Erika Henningsen
Cady Heron

Erika is pumped to be part of this super grool squad. She has previously portrayed Fantine in the recent Broadway revival of Les Miserables; Kim Ravenal in PBS’ Live from Lincoln Center: Show Boat; Beth in Signature Theatre’s world premiere of Kathleen Marshall/Sheryl Crow’ musical, Diner; featured opposite Tyne Daly in York Theatre Company’s staging of Jerry Herman’s Dear World; Nellie Forbush in South Pacific and Sophie in Mamma Mia! at PCLO. Recipient of Alan Eisenberg Actors’ Equity Award and graduate of University of Michigan BFA Musical Theater. Thanks to my team at Stewart, Michelle, Bill, and fam! Twitter @ELHenningsen, Instagram @erikahenningsen.

Taylor Louderman
Regina George

Taylor Louderman is a little bit nicer in real life. Taylor received a Best Leading Actress Tony nomination for this performance, as well as Drama League and OCC nominations and’s Audience Choice Award for Best Diva Performance. Last seen on Broadway in Kinky Boots, following her Broadway debut in Bring It On. TV credits: Nick Jr’s “Sunny Day,” Wendy in NBC’s “Peter Pan Live!”, CBS’s “The Good Fight,” HBO’s “High Maintenance.” Off-Broadway credits include starring roles at the Vineyard, Paper Mill Playhouse and The Muny. Thanks to Luna, Telsey, CGF, ICM, Mom & Dad and four little sisters. @taylizlou

Krystina Alabado
Gretchen Wieners

Broadway: American Psycho (Vanden, OBC), Green Day’s American Idiot. National tours: Evita (Mistress), American Idiot, Spring Awakening. Off-Broadway: This Ain’t No Disco (Meesh, Atlantic), The Mad Ones (Samantha Brown, 59E59), David Bowie’s Lazarus (NYTW), Camp Wanatachi (La MaMa). Regional: Burn All Night (ART), Miss You Like Hell (La Jolla), Pregnancy Pact (Weston Playhouse), Beautiful Room (Long Wharf). TV/Film: Veronica on “Voltron Legendary Defender” (Netflix), “God Friended Me” (CBS), First Reformed, “Tyrant” (FX). Thanks to Terry and David at NSM, Erin and CESD, Beth, my family, and all my love to my husband Bob! @krystinaalabado

Kate Rockwell
Karen Smith

Broadway: Bring It On: The Musical (Skylar, OBC); Rock of Ages (Sherrie); Legally Blonde (Margot); and Hair. Selected theater: Mabel Normand in the world premiere of Hollywood (La Jolla Playhouse), Carrie Pipperidge in Carousel (Arena Stage, Helen Hayes nomination), and Belle in Beauty and the Beast (The Muny). TV/Film: “High Maintenance,” “Deadbeat,” and Sex and the City: The Movie. Kate’s first studio album, Back To My Roots, is being released in 2018 by Broadway Records. She is represented by KMR and Industry Entertainment. Instagram: @KateRockwellNYC

Barrett Wilbert Weed
Janis Sarkisian

Broadway: Lysistrata Jones. Off-Broadway: Heathers The Musical (Drama Desk Award nomination, Lucille Lortel Award nomination), Found, Bare. Regional: Mean Girls, Cabaret (Helen Hayes Award). Education: BFA in Music Theatre from Elon University. Graduate of The Walnut Hill School. Love to Mother Darling. Always for Kathi. Follow Barrett here: @BarrettWeed

Grey Henson
Damian Hubbard

Grey received Tony, Drama Desk, and Helen Hayes Award nominations for this performance. He was fortunate enough to make his Broadway debut playing Elder McKinley in The Book of Mormon, having originated the role on the First National Tour. On television he guest-starred in the comedy series “Suburgatory.” Grey received his BFA in acting and musical theatre from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama. Love to Johnny and Paige. @greyhenson

Jennifer Simard
Mrs. Heron/Ms. Norbury/Mrs. George

Jennifer is a Tony, four-time Drama Desk, two-time Drama League and Lucille Lortel Award nominee. Broadway credits include: Disaster! (Sister Mary Downey, Tony nomination); Hello, Dolly! (Ernestina); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Rona); and the original companies of Sister Act and Shrek the Musical. Film credits include: The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, Wish You Were Dead, and Sisters. Television credits include: “The Good Wife,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order SVU,” “The King of Queens” and “Younger.” Solo show: Stigma. See more at Twitter @simardjennifer, Instagram @thejennifersimard.

Kyle Selig
Aaron Samuels

Broadway: Elder Price in The Book of Mormon. Off-Broadway: Joan of Arc: Into the Fire, written by David Byrne (The Public). National Tour: The Book of Mormon. Regional: Mean Girls (National Theater), October Sky (The Old Globe), West Side Story with the LA Philharmonic Orchestra (The Hollywood Bowl). Winner of the Jimmy Award for High School Musical Theater and LA Music Center Spotlight Award. His original albums are available on iTunes and Spotify. Proud CMU Graduate. Twitter: @KyleASelig; Instagram: @kaselig. Love to Mom and Dad, R, H, friends and family.

Cheech Manohar
Kevin Gnapoor

Broadway debut! Cheech is from Pittsburgh, PA, and a recent Syracuse Drama alum. Regional credits include: Mean Girls (Kevin Gnapoor) at the National Theatre, West Side Story (Chino) at Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, Mary Poppins (Robertson Ay) and New Kid (Nick) at Syracuse Stage. Cheech is also a trained Bollywood dancer, and has taught Bollywood fusion workshops all over. All the love and gratitude for his dopest crew, his family. Holla at cha bois at Henderson Hogan Agency and Telsey + Co. Twitter: macandcheech. Instagram: cheechmanohar.

Rick Younger
Mr. Duvall

Rick Younger is an actor, comedian, and singer originally from Baltimore, MD. Television appearances include “AXS TV’S Gotham Comedy Live” and “It’s Showtime at the Apollo.” Rick also toured nationally with the Broadway musical RENT. You’ve undoubtedly seen him in numerous national television commercials, the Woody Allen Amazon Series, “Crisis in Six Scenes” and guest spots on HBO’s “Girls,” “Blue Bloods” and “Law & Order: SVU.” Film credits include Ordinary World and Morning Glory. Rick’s latest comedy album, “Fried Chicken and White Bread,” is available on iTunes. Instagram/Twitter/Periscope: @RickYounger


Broadway: Anastasia (Marfa, u/s Odette); Hello, Dolly! (u/s Minnie & Ermengarde); Frozen; Cats. Tour: White Christmas. NYC: Radio City Christmas. Regional: Paper Mill (West Side Story – Anybodys), Sacramento (West Side Story – Anybodys), Ordway (A Chorus Line – Val). Huge thank you to my family, Kevin, Bloc, Telsey, and YOU for your support!

Morgan Cane Harrison

MORGAN HARRISON (Ensemble) is over the moon to be making her Broadway debut in this fetch show! National Tour: Flashdance. Favorite regional credits: Newsies, Mamma Mia, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Evita. All the love and thanks to God, Mama, Grammy, LDC Artist Representation, and this incredible company! Hebrews 6:19 @momoinnyc

Collins Conley

Collins Conley is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut! Previous credits: Mean Girls (The National Theatre), The Prom (Ashley; Alliance Theatre), Will Rogers Follies (Maltz Jupiter Theatre), The St. Louis Hoofers Club. Thanks to God and her parents for their unending love and support. @mcconley

Demarius R. Copes

Broadway Debut! Super excited to be a part of this incredible show with this amazing cast. Newsies (First National Tour), The Prom (Alliance Theatre), Stilyagi (PowerHouse Theatre Season), A Chorus Line (Maltz Jupiter Theatre), Les Mis, 42nd Street, Hairspray (Red Mountain Theatre). @DeMariusR_Copes

Kevin Cosculluela

KEVIN COSCULLUELA (Ensemble). Honored to be making his Broadway Debut! An American in Paris First National (U/S Jerry, Ensemble). Thanks firstly to God for the opportunity to do what I love to do every day. So much love to My Family, John, Cookie, James, Alex, DAR, Lakey, Thomas, Bethany, and Dan! Couldn’t do it without you!

Ixchel Cuellar
Vacation Swing

Ixchel Cuellar is so excited to be joining the Mean Girls fam! Finding Neverland (Broadway & National Tour). Regional: Sacramento Music Circus, Fulton Theatre, Pittsburgh CLO. BFA, Penn State University. Special shout out to DGRW, Telsey + Co, my incredible teachers, mentors, the squad, and my parents. Ig: @itsixchel

Ashley De La Rosa
Standby for Regina George, Gretchen Wieners

Ashley De La Rosa is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut! Tours: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (1st National Tour), Rent (20th Anniversary National Tour). Television: NBC’s The Voice” Season 2 (Top 12). Thank you Mom, Dad, Carmen, Thomas, and Casey! Instagram: ashdelarosa. Twitter: @ashleydelarosa

Talya Groves
Vacation Swing

TALYA GROVES (Swing) feels so fetch about being a part of Mean Girls on Broadway! Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Motown the Musical. Off-Broadway: Clueless the Musical. Proud graduate of the musical theater program at Pace University! Thanks to Mama, the whole family, ladies of BWA, Telsey + Company, Casey, John, and WOF fam. Instagram: @missgroves_ifyourenasty

Devon Hadsell

Devon Hadsell  is thrilled to be a part of Mean Girls! CSU Fullerton BFA graduate. Tour: The Little Mermaid (Atina). Regional favs: Lysistrata Jones (Lysistrata), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Florika), West Side Story (Velma). Thanks to the MG creative team, Telsey + Co., teachers, friends, and family!, IG: @devonhadsell

Curtis Holland

Broadway: Shuffle Along. Theatre: Mary Poppins (Paper Mill Playhouse), Newsies (The MUNY), The New Yorkers (Encores! at NY City Center), Guys and Dolls, and Head Over Heels (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Blueprint Specials (Waterwell). Television: “So You Think You Can Dance.

Myles Mchale

Broadway debut! Regional: Goodspeed Opera House, Stages St Louis, Fulton Theatre, Pioneer Theatre, Arrow Rock Lyceum, and others. BFA : NYU Tisch School of the Arts, studying at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Thanks to Casey, Tina, Nell, Jeff, Mom & Dad & Meg – you’re fetch! Instagram: @meelays

Chris Medlin
Swing, Fight Captain

Broadway debut!! Regional: The Prom (Alliance Theatre); Memphis (Engeman, MasonStreet); Joseph…; and The Miracle (Miracle Theatre). TV: “Vampire Diaries,” “Bunheads,” and danced alongside Missy Elliott, Pharrell, and Daft Punk. Chris is ecstatic to be back with this fantastic cast and team! Thanks to TKO and Telsey! Love to his grandmother and family! @MrMedlin

Brittany Nicholas

Brittany Nicholas is thrilled to be part of Mean Girls. Broadway: Billy Elliot (Swing). International: Billy Elliot Toronto (Swing/ Dance Captain). Tours: Billy Elliot First National (Original Cast), Matilda (Swing/Children’s Dance Captain). Favorites: Bye Bye, Birdie (Goodspeed); Mamma Mia! (RCCL); Hairspray (STONC). Glory to God, thanks to family, MSA, and creatives. @brittnich3

Becca Petersen
Ensemble, Assistant Dance Captain

Becca Peterson is thrilled to be back in high school! Broadway: Bandstand (u/s Julia). Tour: Newsies (u/s Katherine, u/s Medda). Regional: Mean Girls (National Theatre), The Prom (Alliance Theatre). BFA, BYU. Endless thanks to Casey and the entire creative team, Telsey + Co., and HCKR. Love to her incredibly supportive family and friends! @bp170

Brendon Stimson
Ensemble, Dance Captain

Brendon Stimson is so thrilled to be a part of this insanely gifted company. Broadway: West Side Story; Newsies (OBC); Honeymoon in Vegas (OBC); Something Rotten!. Incredible love to Casey, Casey, John, Bethany, CGF, and my family. BFA Syracuse University.

Christine Shepard

CHRISTINE SHEPARD (Ensemble). Entering Broadway as a swing for Head Over Heels, this will be Christine’s ensemble debut. This spring she will receive a BFA in Commercial Dance and a Business minor from Pace University. Many thanks go to Clear Talent Group, Pace faculty, and her ever supportive family and friends. @chrisnshep

Jake Swain

JAKE SWAIN (Ensemble). Broadway debut! Regional: Oklahoma! (Will Parker) and Bye Bye Birdie (Harvey Johnson) at Goodspeed. National Tour: Elf the Musical. BFA in Acting, BYU. TV: “Hysterical Women.” Film: Zombied, Now Again. Endless thanks to the entire creative team and Telsey + Co. Love to family and friends! @jacobmonte

Vacation Swing

DANIEL SWITZER (Swing). Broadway debut! Tour: Wicked (u/s Boq), Newsies (Race, u/s Davey), Cats (Mungo). Film: Newsies LIVE! Regional: Musical Theatre West, 3D-T Theatricals, The MUNY. Daniel is originally from St. Louis, MO and attended Rockford University, BFA. Much love to everyone who has supported me on this journey! @DanyoSwitzer

Riza Takahashi

New York: Matthew McConaughey… (NYMF). Regional: Waterfall (The 5th Avenue Theatre/ Pasadena Playhouse); Mamma Mia!; The King and I (MUNY); Spamalot (MTWichita); How to Succeed… (TUTS). Proud Japanese native from Itami, Hyogo. Much love and thanks to my mama, Alex, family, friends, AEA, Telsey, Daniel Hoff Agency, and this amazing company. Cheers Patrick! @rizatakahashi

Daryl Tofa

DARYL TOFA (Ensemble) is excited to be making his Broadway debut. Special thanks and love to Andy, Gordon, the squad, teachers, and new family for their constant love and support. To my new family, this is for us. Proud member of AEA. Training: The University of Oklahoma/Diamond Talent Productions Insta: @daryl_tofa

Danielle Wade

Broadway debut. Proud Canadian. Winner of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Over The Rainbow.” Tour: The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy). Select regional credits: Stratford Festival’s The Music Man (Marian Paroo), Tim Rice’s From Here to Eternity (Lorene). Love to the Mean Girls team, Telsey + Co, Talent House and my friends and family. Instagram: @daniewade

Tovi Wayne
Vacation Swing

Broadway debut!! Honored to be part of this valiant team. Regional: West Side Story (Guthrie Theater), Newsies (Maltz Jupiter Theater), The Little Prince (San Francisco Opera). Awards: Musical Theater West Footlighters Scholarship. Joffrey Ballet School, NYC. Much love to my family, mentors, and CESD. Desire to inspire! @toviwayne

Bria Jené Williams

Broadway debut! Regional: Beauty and the Beast (Babette), Saturday Night Fever (Shirley Charles) (MSMT), The Wiz 40th Celebration (NYC Summerstage Festival), After Midnight (NCL Inaugural Cast). Thanks to my family, mi Gasty and my Jermaine for the never-ending love! Truly humbled and honored for this opportunity! IG: @coralineflower

Gianna Yanelli

Gianna Yanelli is making her Broadway debut! Regional: Saturday Night Fever (Annette), Fiddler on the Roof (Hodel, Barrymore nomination), Junie B. Jones (Junie B.). TV: “Law and Order SVU.” BFA, Texas State University. Thanks to my family, friends, the creatives, Telsey + Co, & my “grool” cast! Instagram: @giannayanelli

Iain Young

Broadway: Newsies (Henry). National Tour: Newsies First National (Finch, u/s Crutchie). Film: Newsies: The Broadway Musical. Television: “Dancing With the Stars”; “GMA.” Other: Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Unending gratitude to The Luedtke Agency, Telsey, Casey, and the entire creative team and of course Mom, Dad, and Andrew. @iainyoung

Tina Fey

Tina Fey is a writer, actor, and producer known for her award-winning series “30 Rock” and for nine seasons on “Saturday Night Live” (Weekend Update, Sarah Palin, Mom Jeans.) Films: Sisters, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, Date Night, Mean Girls (her first screenplay). In 2010 she became the youngest recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Her book Bossypants has sold 2.5 million copies. She co-created “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Netflix) and is an Executive Producer on “Great News” (NBC). She is thrilled to make her Broadway debut as a writer and not as a dancer in Cats as previously stress-dreamt. She lives in NYC with her husband Jeff Richmond and their two fancy daughters. She dedicates her work here to her mom Jeanne, for loving and feeding the many teenage loudmouths that went on to be characters in this show.

Jeff Richmond

Jeff Richmond is an award-winning composer, songwriter and producer for television, theatre and film. He served as composer and an Executive Producer on NBC’s “30 Rock,” winning three Primetime Emmy Awards alongside his wife Tina Fey. He was a musical director at The Second City in Chicago and at “Saturday Night Live,” where he spent five seasons composing original songs for stars like Jack Black, Queen Latifah, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Jeff’s New York theatre credits include his musical Melancholy Baby, the inaugural production of the Ars Nova Theater, and the score for Fully Committed on Broadway starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson. He is currently executive producing, directing and scoring episodes of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” in New York City, where he lives with his wife and their two daughters.

Nell Benjamin

Broadway: Legally Blonde, with Laurence O’Keefe (Olivier Award, Tony nomination). Off-Broadway and Regional: The Explorers Club (Outer Critics Circle, Best Play); Cam Jansen; Sarah, Plain and Tall; Because of Winn Dixie; Halftime; Pirates!; 3hree; New York Philharmonic New Year’s Eve and Young People’s concerts. TV: “Unhappily Ever After;” “Whoa! Sunday with Mo Rocca;” “The Electric Company;” “Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris;” “Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway;” “Julie’s Greenroom.” Upcoming Musicals: Huzzah!; Life of the Party; Dave. Grateful recipient of the Kleban Foundation Award and a Jonathan Larson Grant. Most grateful for Larry and Persephone.

Casey Nicholaw
Director / Choreographer

Currently represented on Broadway as director and choreographer of Disney’s Aladdin (2014 Tony,® Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle Award nominations Best Choreography), as well as co-director and choreographer of The Book of Mormon (2011 Tony®, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle Awards as co-director with Trey Parker receiving the same nominations for choreography as well as an Olivier award). Currently represented on the West End as director and choreographer of Dreamgirls. Other Broadway credits as director/choreographer: Tuck Everlasting, Something Rotten (2015 Tony Nominee nominee Best Director) Elf: The Musical; The Drowsy Chaperone (2006 Tony®, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle nominations); Monty Python’s Spamalot directed by Mike Nichols (2005 Tony®, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle nominations Best Choreography). Additional New York credits: for City Center Encores! – the highly acclaimed productions of Most Happy Fella, Anyone Can Whistle and Follies (direction/choreography).

Scott Pask
Scenic Design

Selected Broadway credits include The Book of Mormon (Tony Award); The Band’s Visit; Something Rotten!; Oh, Hello!; Saint Joan; The Little Foxes;Waitress; Pippin (Tony nomination); An Act of God; Blackbird; The Pillowman (Tony Award); The Visit; It’s Only a Play; Finding Neverland; Casa Valentina; I’ll Eat You Last; The Coast of Utopia (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards); Take Me Out; Hair; Pal Joey (Tony nomination); Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Tony nomination, Drama Desk Award); Nine; and Urinetown. Also Cirque Du Soleil’s Amaluna; Peter Grimes, Met Opera. Insta @scottpaskstudio

Gregg Barnes
Costume Design

Broadway: Tuck Everlasting (Tony nom.); Something Rotten! (Tony nom.); Aladdin; Kinky Boots (Tony nom., Olivier Award); Follies (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award); Elf; Legally Blonde (Tony nom.); The Drowsy Chaperone (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Award, Olivier nom.); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Flower Drum Song (Tony nom.); Side Show. Other: Dreamgirls (Olivier nomination), Sinatra (Radio City), Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Pageant (Olivier Nomination), The Kathy and Mo Show. TDF Young Master Award.

Kenneth Posner
Lighting Design

Kenneth Posner designs extensively off-Broadway, for resident theatres, and touring productions throughout the U.S. as well as internationally. Selected Broadway credits: War Paint; Tuck Everlasting; On Your Feet; If/Then; Kinky Boots; Pippin; Cinderella; Hairspray; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Legally Blonde; The Coast of Utopia – Shipwrecked; Other Desert Cities; The Merchant Of Venice; Side Man; Wicked. Recipient of the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle, Lucille Lortel, and OBIE Awards.

Brian Ronan
Sound Design

Over 35 Broadway designs including Escape to Margaritaville; Springsteen on Broadway; Terms Of My Surrender; War Paint; Tuck Everlasting; The Last Ship; Beautiful; If/Then; The Book of Mormon; Anything Goes; American Idiot; Next to Normal; Spring Awakening; Grey Gardens. Off-Broadway designs include LazarusGiant, Rent, Everyday RaptureSaved, 10 Million Miles, and Bug. He is the recipient of Obie, Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, Olivier, and Tony Awards.

Finn Ross
Video Design

Finn Ross has won two Olivier Awards, a Tony, two Drama Desks & OCC award. Recent work: Frozen (Broadway); Bat out of Hell (West End); Tempest (RSC); Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Broadway/West End); American Psycho (Broadway/Almedia); Betrayal (Broadway); The Rise and Fall of Mahagonny (Royal Opera House); The Crossing (A.R.T. Boston); Chimerica (Almeida/West End); Death of Klinghoffer, Damnation of Faust, Magic Flute (ENO); Master and Margarita (Complicite); A Dog’s Heart (DNO).

Adam Young
Video Design

Associate/Animation: Frozen (Broadway); Bat Out of Hell (West End); The Tempest (RSC); The Rise and Fall of Mahagonny (Royal Opera House); American Psycho (Almedia); Death of Klinghoffer, Damnation of Faust, Magic Flute (ENO); Master & Margarita (Complicite); A Dog’s Heart (DNO). Live music design – Jess Glynne (UK tour), Years & Years (International Tour), Two Door Cinema Club (International tour), Bombay Bicycle Club (International Tour). Exhibition Design: The Rolling Stones – Exhibitionism (International Tour).

Josh Marquette
Hair Design

NY/London: Present Laughter; Dreamgirls; Paramour; Tuck Everlasting; School of Rock; Something Rotten!; Aladdin; Kinky Boots; The Book of Mormon; Trip of Love; First Date; Elf; Dogfight; The Best Man; Look Back in Anger; The Drowsy Chaperone; Pig Farm; The… Trailer Park Musical; Altar Boyz; Show Boat @ Carnegie Hall; Encores! Most Happy Fella & Follies; Mamma Mia!. West Coast: Robin & the 7 Hoods; Peep Show; Minsky’s; Vanities. Television: “The Slap,” “30 Rock,” “SNL.”

Milagros Medina-Cerdeira
Makeup Design

Makeup design for The Rocky Horror Show; Aladdin; Tuck Everlasting; Something Rotten!; and The Rocky Horror Show. Makeup consultant for Present Laughter and Sister Act. Received Designing Women Award 2016 honoring “The Affair”’s Costume, Hair, and Makeup Design Team.

Mary-Mitchell Campbell
Music Director

NYC: Finding Neverland, Big Fish, Company, Sweeney Todd, Tuck Everlasting, Sweet Charity, Next to Normal, The Addams Family. Drama Desk Award: Best Orchestrations for Company. She is the Executive Director of ASTEP – Artists Striving To End Poverty ( which recruits and trains high level artists to work with kids in extreme situations, teaching them health education and life skills through the arts.


John Clancy

Broadway: Fun Home (Tony nom.), Tuck Everlasting, Shrek the Musical (Tony/Drama Desk noms), Cats 2016 (Dance Arr./Orch.). Off Broadway/Regional: Seattle 5th Ave: Jasper in Deadland; Public Theater: Fortress of Solitude, Fun Home (Drama Desk nom.); Secret Life of Bees (Horn arr., in dev.); Rhianna: NBA All-StarGame (String arr.); New Irish Tenors: Full Orchestra Arr.; Goodspeed: Just So. As drummer/or music director: Randy Newman, Corey Glover, Solange Knowles, Blood Orange, Chrissy Amphlett, Kasim Sulton, Alexa Joel, Constantine Maroulis, Bono & Edge, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.

Glen Kelly
Dance / Incidental / Additional Music Arrangements

Glen Kelly was the arranger and music supervisor for The Producers, Young Frankenstein, and Bullets Over Broadway, for which he also wrote lyrics. Additional arranging credits include Beauty And The Beast; Spamalot; The Drowsy Chaperone; The Book Of Mormon; A Christmas Story; The Scottsboro Boys; Aladdin; and Something Rotten!. He won the New York Drama Desk Award for his original score to The Nance.

Telsey + Company, Bethany Knox, CSA

Broadway: My Fair Lady; Carousel; Children of a Lesser God; Lobby Hero; Frozen; Escape to Margaritaville; SpongeBob SquarePants; Once on This Island; Anastasia; Hello, Dolly!; Come from Away; Waitress; Hamilton; Kinky Boots; Wicked. Off-Broadway: Sweeney Todd, Atlantic, Classic Stage, MCC, Second Stage. Film: The Greatest Showman, Miss Sloane, Into the Woods, Margin Call, Rachel Getting Married. TV: “This Is Us,” “House of Cards,” “Divorce,” “NCIS: New Orleans,” “Rise,” “I’m Dying Up Here,” “One Day at a Time,” “Graves,” “Atypical,” commercials.

Holly Coombs
Production Stage Manager

Broadway credits: Tuck Everlasting, Disney’s Aladdin, The Nance, Catch Me If You Can. Other credits include: The Prom, Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson the Immortal World Tour. Regional: Alliance Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, ACT, Seattle Children’s Theatre. Proud University of Puget Sound alum. Thank you Casey for your trust and generosity. Love to Mom, AC, and Gram.

McKenzie Murphy
Stage Manager

Broadway: Sunset Boulevard; The Lion King; Tuck Everlasting; If/Then; Cinderella; Peter and the Starcatcher; Wit; Everyday Rapture; Bye Bye Birdie; 9 to 5 The Musical. Other credits include: NBC’s The Wiz Live!; MTC; Signature Theatre; MCC. Proud Stony Brook University Alum. Thanks to this team and my family!

Lauren Juengel
Assistant Stage Manager

Broadway: Significant Other, Cats, Allegiance. Tour: The Book of Mormon. Regional: La Jolla Playhouse, North Carolina Theatre, Juilliard, Philadelphia Theatre Company. Proud UCSD MFA & Elon Alum. Forever grateful for this team. Love to my family.

Thompson Turner Productions
General Manager

Thompson Turner Productions is a Broadway Management company founded by the late Stuart Thompson and David Turner in 2015. Current shows include worldwide productions of The Book Of Mormon, Mean Girls, and consulting for Bruce Springsteen on BroadwayAdam J. Miller has managed six productions with Stuart and David, beginning with The Seagull in 2008. He has managed Mormon since 2011. Rebecca Habel joined TTP in 2015 to manage King Charles III. She was previously a General Manager at Roundabout Theatre Company and the Vineyard Theatre.


Lorne Michaels

Lorne Michaels is a writer and producer who has worked extensively in TV and film but is best known as the creator and executive producer of the landmark NBC show “Saturday Night Live.” He made his Broadway debut in 1979 directing Gilda Radner – Live from New York, and he is pleased to return to Broadway with Tina Fey, whom he met when she began as a writer for “SNL.” Their subsequent work together includes the critically acclaimed series “30 Rock,” as well as the films Mean Girls, Baby Mama, and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Other notable film credits include Three Amigos, Wayne’s World and Tommy Boy. Honors include 15 Emmy awards, the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, a Personal Peabody Award, the Order of Canada, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Stuart Thompson

Stuart Thompson was a six-time Tony Award-winning producer and general manager. He produced the three longest running plays on Broadway of the past twenty-six years: Proof; The Tale of the Allergists Wife; and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Select Broadway credits include: Sweat; Six Degrees of Separation; The Present; King Charles III; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof  (2013); Death of a Salesman (2012); Jerusalem; The Motherf**ker with the Hat; A View From the Bridge (2010); God of Carnage; Exit the King; Doubt; Caroline, Or Change; Take Me Out; Amy’s View; Closer; The Blue Room; Art; Skylight; Master Class; Blood Brothers; Tru; A Few Good Men. West End credits: No Man’s Land, King Charles III. Additionally he served as Executive Producer for the U.S companies of The Book of Mormon and co-produced the West End and Australian productions.

Sonia Friedman

Sonia Friedman Productions is a West End and Broadway theatre production company responsible for some of theatre’s most successful productions of recent years. Sonia Friedman OBE and her company have initiated and produced more than 160 new productions. The company has won numerous Olivier and Tony Awards including a record-breaking nine Olivier Awards for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Recent SFP productions include The Book of Mormon; Farinelli and the King (Mark Rylance); Dreamgirls; The Ferryman; The Birthday Party; Ink; Hamlet (Andrew Scott); 1984; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; King Charles III; Funny Girl; Hamlet (Benedict Cumberbatch); Sunny Afternoon; The River; Mojo; Twelfth Night/Richard III; La Cage aux Folles; Legally Blonde; Jerusalem; and The Mountaintop. Forthcoming productions include: Travesties (NY).

Paramount Pictures

Paramount Pictures has for over 100 years produced and distributed some of the world’s most iconic films including The Godfather, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Forrest Gump, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Transformers, and Titanic. Paramount is currently represented on Broadway and the West End by School of RockLive stage productions in development include Roman Holiday and Clueless. A division of Viacom, Paramount Pictures Corporation controls a collection of some of the most powerful brands in filmed entertainment, including Paramount Pictures, Paramount Animation, Paramount Television, Paramount Players, MTV Films, and Nickelodeon Movies. Paramount is thrilled to be bringing the beloved movie Mean Girls to the live stage!