MARCIA MILGROM DODGE has been seen throughout the United States, Canada, Great Britain, South Korea, Denmark and the Middle East. Broadway: Ragtime(2010 TonyAward nomination for Best Director of a Musical.) New York: Venus Flytrap(Active Theater), Cookin’ (Minetta Lane), Radio Gals (Houseman), Maltby & Shire’s Closer Than Ever (original production) and William Finn’s Romance In Hard Times(The Public). National Tours: Ragtime(Phoenix Entertainment), Seussicaland Curious George(Theatreworks USA.) Regional: Pioneer Theatre, The Muny, Ford’s Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Center Stage, Denver Center, Pittsburgh Public, St. Louis Rep, Bay Street Theatre, Music Circus, Goodman Theatre, Lyric Stage, Goodspeed, Huntington Theatre, Flat Rock Playhouse, Arena Stage. Opera: Glimmerglass Festival, 92ndStreet Y. Abroad: The Nanta Theatre (Seoul, S. Korea); Fredericia Theater (Denmark); Royal Opera House (Muskat, Oman) and the Wintergardens Theatre (Blackpool, England).
MICHAEL BAXTER Recently, Michael finished his fifth season as the Resident Choreographer of The MUNY in St. Louis. Along with his choreographic responsibilities, Michael performed in the 2016 season’s production of The Wizard of Oz. Other recent choreographic credits include – Empire The Musical(Associate Choreographer/Dance Captain), The Count of Monte Cristo (Associate Choreographer), The Kennedy Center’s Theatre for Young Audiences production of Elephant and Piggie’s We Are in A Play(Assistant Choreographer), and Off-Broadway’s Clinton The Musical(Assistant Choreographer). Some performance credits include: Tour –Hello, Dolly!; Off-Off Broadway The Cradle Will Rock; Regional –La Mirada Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Riverside Theatre, North Carolina Theatre, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and The MUNY. Michael is a graduate of The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University. Love and gratitude to MMD.
returns to the Drury Lane where he has designed over fifteen shows. He has designed for the Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Paramount Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Court Theatre, Writers Theatre, Drury Lane Theatre, Chicago Children’s Theatre, Denver Center Theatre Company, Arden Theatre Company, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Glimmerglass Opera, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, American Players Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre and The Mark Taper Forum. Broadway credits include associate designer for August: Osage County, The Motherf**ker with the Hat and Of Mice and Men. National tours credits include Camelotand Ragtime. Mr. Depinet has also designed for the National Theatre of Great Britain in London, the Discovery Channel, Netflix, 21st Century Fox and Disney.
Sully Ratke (Costume Designer) viously designed Hazel. She is a recent graduate from the stage design MFA program at Northwestern University, with a fascination for all peoples and an intuition for connecting them - particularly through their common use of symbols, rituals, and spiritual ideas. Fresh credits include Project Compass (Steppenwolf Theatre), Richard III(The Gift Theatre), Moby Dick (Lookingglass Theatre), Pocatello (The Griffin Theatre Company), Big Love(Northwestern University), and The Turn of the Screw (Chicago Fringe Opera). Thanks to the costume shop and to Jimmy for making it possible for her do what she loves.
Paul Miller (Lighting Designer) lly Blonde, Freshly Squeezed, Laughing Room Only.OffBroadway: Out Of The Mouth Of Babes, Clinton – The Musical, Pageant, Vanities - the Musical, Waiting for Godot, Addicted, Nunsense, Balancing Act as well as 6 productions for New York City Center Encores and Avery Fisher Hall. Regional: Stratford Shakespeare Festival, D.C. Shakespeare, Chicago Shakespeare, Idaho Shakespeare, Great Lakes Theatre Co., Asolo Repertory, American Conservatory Theatre, Cleveland Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, The Goodspeed Opera House, Westport Playhouse, Pittsburgh CLO. U.S. Tours: The Illusionists, Elf, Shrek, Story Time Live, Wizard of Oz, Legally Blonde, Sweeney Todd, Hairspray, The Producers, The Sound of Music. Television: Camelot(Live from Lincoln Center), numerous specials for Netflix, Showtime and Comedy Central. Lighting director for the internationally televised New Year’s Eve Celebration from New York’s Time’s Square for the last 16 years. Internationally: Canada, London’s West End, Vienna, Milan (Teatro alla Scala), Brazil, The Phillippines, South Africa, and China.
RYAN HICKEY (Sound Designer) ter graduating with his Bachelors of Science degree in Audio and Media Technology in 2011 Ryan relocated from Boston to Norfolk, VA and began running the sound department at Virginia Stage Company and served as sound designer for a few productions while there (The Odd Couple, The Woman in Black, Frankie and Johnny in the Clare de Lune). Ryan’s previous designs at Drury Lane include Deathtrapand served as assistant sound designer on numerous musicals over the past couple years
ROBERTA DUCHAK (Music Director) ach for Russell Crowe and Hugh Jackman for the film Les Misérables.Drury Lane MD credits: Hazel, Billy Elliot, Les Misérables (Jeff Nomination), West Side Story, White Christmas, Young Frankenstein, Hello, Dolly!, Oliver, The Sound of Music (Jeff Nomination), Sweeney Todd (Jeff Nomination), Ragtime (Jeff Award),Spamalot(Jeff nomination), Gypsy, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Miss Saigon (Jeff nomination). Chicago MD credits: Brigadoon (Goodman), The Story of My Life directed by Richard Maltby Jr. (Biograph); The Original Grease (ATC), The Little Mermaid (Chicago Shakespeare), and Rocky Horror (Mercury) and musical supervisor for A Little Night Music at Writers’. Acting credits: Broadway: Ragtime(Mother); National Tours: Ghost of Christmas Past in Scrooge, Magnolia and Ellie in Showboatand Rona Lisa Peretti in Spelling Bee (Chicago and national tour companies).