Jersey Boys Cast

Featuring

Will Dusek

WILL DUSEK (he/him) (Frankie Valli – Tues thru Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun eves) is beyond excited and grateful to be making his Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ debut in Jersey Boys! He is a recent graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University with a BFA in Music Theatre. When not on stage he can be found frolicking in nature, at the gym, or hiding in a thrift store. He also finds a lot of joy in theatre through the stage combat and choreography world. He would like to thank all of his teachers, his friends, his colleagues, and his family for their ongoing support and love. Will hopes that you enjoy Jersey Boys.

Andrew Hey

ANDREW HEY* (he/him) (Frankie Valli – Thursday Evenings & Saturday Matinees, Ensemble) is thrilled to return for his 10th CDT production. Andrew has also performed at Ordway Center, Theater Latte Da, and others. Theatre: Grease (Doody), Joseph (Joseph), Fiddler on the Roof (Fyedka), Little Women (Laurie), Disney’s Newsies (Finch, U/S Jack), The World Over (Adam), Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Ensemble, U/S Prince Eric), Pirates of Penzance (Ensemble, U/S Frederic) among others. TV: BroadwayHD/PBS recording of All Is Calm (Littlefair). IG:@heyandrewhey “Love to Shinah & Janie.”

Dylan Rugh

DYLAN RUGH*  he/him) (Tommy DeVito) is excited to return to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres in Jersey Boys! Other credits include Chicago at Theater Latté Da (Fred Casely), Guys and Dolls at Old Log Theatre (Ensemble), Disney’s Newsies (Jack Kelly) and Pippin (Leading Player) at Ashland Productions and The Prom (Nick), Footloose (Lyle/Ren), The Music Man and Mamma Mia! here at CDT. “Thanks to Michael, Tam and Andy. Thanks to my family. All of my love to Emily and Penny.”

Sam Stoll

SAM STOLL* (he/him) (Bob Gaudio) is thrilled to be back at CDT! Past shows include The Prom at CDT (ensemble), Beauty and the Beast at The Ordway (Chorus, u/s Lumiere), Escape to Margaritaville at The Old Log (Brick), Little Women at Artistry (Swing), Grand Hotel (Erik) and Mamma Mia! (Ensemble) at The Rev Theatre, Jekyll & Hyde National Tour (Poole), Grease at Alhambra Dinner Theatre (Danny), Vegas the Show! on Norwegian Cruise Line (Elvis/Sinatra). MSU Mankato alum. “Much love to Brad! Music out now!” Instagram: @bradleyandsam & @samastoll

Shad Olsen

SHAD HANLEY* (he/him) (Nick Massi) CDT: The Prom (Trent), Footloose (Coach), The Music Man (Oliver Hix). History Theater: Beyond the Rainbow (Vincente Minnelli). Artistry: Victor/Victoria (King Marchan). Duluth Playhouse: Beauty and the Beast (Beast), The Full Monty (Jerry), White Christmas (Bob), Mary Poppins (Bert), Mamma Mia! (Sam), Joseph (Joseph), Rock of Ages (Dennis). Off-Broadway: A Stoop on Orchard Street (Simon), The Magdalene (Yeshua). Nat’l Tours: The Three Musketeers (Louis XIII), The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere (Thomas).

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TONY VIERLING* (Joey) has appeared in over 45 productions at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres, as well as 20 productions at the Guthrie and Ordway theaters. Regional credits include Papermill Playhouse in New Jersey, TUTS in Houston, Minnesota Opera, Kentucky Opera, Louisiana Opera, as well as dancing at Disneyland, Holland America Cruise Line and National Tours of A Chorus Line and Little House on the Prairie. Proud member of Actors’ Equity Association for 37 years.

Michael Gruber

MICHAEL GRUBER* (Gyp DeCarlo) is delighted to be back performing at CDT. He has also worked at the Guthrie Theater, History Theater, Theater Latté Da, Ordway and Artistry. Before moving to Minneapolis, Michael lived in New York City, appearing in nine Broadway shows over a 23-year period. He also works as a choreographer, director, musical director, composer and vocal coach. He is grateful for all the diverse opportunities that the Twin Cities’ theater community provides to local artists.

Laura Rudolph

LAURA RUDOLPH* (she/her) (Lorraine) is thrilled to be on the CDT stage! Favorite CDT credits Grease (Sandy), Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Ariel), Hello, Dolly! (Irene), All Shook Up (Natalie), The Prom (Kaylee), Mamma Mia!, Footloose, Holiday Inn, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, Disney’s Newsies, Sister Act and Joseph…Dreamcoat. National Tour: Nunset Boulevard; Guthrie: South Pacific, Roman Holiday, H.M.S. Pinafore; Old Log: Million Dollar Quartet (Dyanne). “Love to Eric and Sally!” Proud AEA member.

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RYAN LONDON LEVIN** (he/him) (Ensemble) is thrilled to be making his Chanhassen Dinner Theatres debut! He has worked at many of the local stages including Children’s Theatre Company, Theater Latté Da, Jungle Theater, History Theatre, Yellow Tree, Park Square, MN Jewish Theater, Artistry, Trademark, SideKick Theater, Illusion and many others. FILM/TV work: I Was There (History Channel). He would like to dedicate this show to his three favorite kitty cats, Olive, Fern and Angela Steele.

Alan Bach

ALAN BACH* (he/him) (Ensemble) is happy to be back at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres in Jersey Boys! Other CDT shows include Footloose, The Music Man, Mamma Mia!, Disney’s Newsies and Grease. Alan has a degree in vocal performance from North Central University. He has performed with Theater Latté Da, the Guthrie, and was featured as a singer/dancer aboard Holland America Line cruise ships. “Huge thanks to CDT for the opportunity and to my supportive family and wife Janette.”

Rush Benson

RUSH BENSON*  (he/him) (French Rap Star) CDT: Footloose, Disney’s Newsies, Mamma Mia!, Holiday Inn. Ordway: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, 42nd St., In the Heights, Jesus Christ Superstar, West Side Story, A Chorus Line. Latte Da: The Ghostlight Series. Guthrie: A Christmas Carol, The Music Man. Collide Theatrical: Skol, Wonderland, Dracula, Romeo & Juliet. Park Square: The Rocky Horror Show. Other highlights: Cabarave, Artistry, and Flying Foot Forum. Choreography: Guthrie, CDT, Ordway, SteppingStone, Park Square. IG/Twitter: @shutuprush TT: @rushandfriends

Andrea Mislan

ANDREA MISLAN*  (Mary Delgado) CDT: The Prom, Footloose, The Music Man. Ordway: Beauty and the Beast, Smokey Joe’s Cafe. Guthrie: Guys and Dolls, Cyrano de Bergerac, West Side Story. Int’l Tour Chicago. Cirque du Soleil: Viva Elvis. Celine Dion’s A New Day – Las Vegas. Collide Theatrical: Dracula, Dance ’Til You Drop. Regional Theater: White Christmas (Pioneer Theater/CFRT); Peter Pan (CFRT). Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Corps de ballet). TV: “The Tonight Show” “Oprah,” “Ellen.” Training: Royal Winnipeg Ballet Professional Division.

Mark King

MARK KING* (Crewe) was last seen on the CDT Main Stage in The Prom. His Main Stage roles have included: Lumiére in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Bert in Disney’s Mary Poppins, Chef Louis in Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Cosmo in Singin’ in the Rain, and Carmen Ghia in The Producers. Other favorites are Nachum in Fiddler on the Roof, Andy Lee in 42nd Street, My Fair Lady and Xanadu. Proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

John-Michael Zuerlein

JOHN-MICHAEL ZUERLEIN* (Judge/Al Finney) is happy to be returning to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres after recently completing a year-long run of Footloose. Chan credits include The Music Man, Mamma Mia!, Forbidden Broadway, and Forever Plaid. Other credits include Sweeney Todd, Sunday in the Park with George, and the National Tour of Mamma Mia! JMZ lives a few blocks away in Chanhassen with his fiancé Jeff and their little monster, Pop-Pop. Proud AEA Member.

Maureen Sherman-Mendez

MAUREEN SHERMAN-MENDEZ* (she/they) (Francine) is delighted to be back at CDT where credits include Footloose, 42nd Street, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Producers, All Shook Up, Hairspray, Bye Bye Birdie, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Joseph, Grease and Holiday Inn. Ordway: Mamma Mia!, In The Heights. Guthrie: West Side Story. Children’s Theatre Company: Spamtown, USA. Theater Latté Da: Chicago. Artistry: West Side Story, The Pajama Game. In addition to performing, Maureen is a director, choreographer, and arts educator.

Lisa Vogel

LISA VOGEL (she/her) (Ensemble) is excited to be back at CDT having last played Eleanor Dunbar in Footloose. Other credits include Yellow Tree Theatre: Another Miracle on Christmas Lake (Martha); Lyric Arts Main Street Stage: Steel Magnolias (Truvy), Sense and Sensibility (Mrs. Dashwood); G & S VLOC: H.M.S Pinafore (Josephine U/S); New London Barn Playhouse: The Fantasticks (Luisa); and Lakeshore Players Theatre: Beehive (Pattie). “Thanks to God, my family, and friends, for helping me live my theater dreams.”

Daysha Ramsey

DAYSHA RAMSEY* (she/her) (Ensemble) is ecstatic to be back after appearing in The Prom, Footloose, and The Music Man. She graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre at the Univ. of Minnesota Duluth. Other credits include Duluth Playhouse: Smokey Joe’s Cafe (BJ/Ensemble) The Mountaintop (Camae), Grease (Cha-Cha DiGregorio). Univ. of MN Duluth: BARE The Musical (Kyra), The Little Prince (Rose/Snake), Sister Act (Tina). Empire Theatre Company: Heathers (MTV Girl/ Ensemble), Hairspray (Lorraine, Dynamite Girl).

Ann Michels

ANN MICHELS* (she/her) (Ensemble) is a Faribault native who makes her home in Minneapolis. She’s been honored to work with many fantastic Twin Cities’ theater companies including CDT, The Ordway, Theater Latte Da, Guthrie, History Theatre, Children’s Theatre Company, Jungle Theater, to name a few. When not on theatrical stages you can find her singing jazz with the George Maurer Group, or roaming the woods with her camera, photographing and documenting area wildlife, or enjoying outdoor sports and activities of all kinds.

Jon Andrew Hegge

JON ANDREW HEGGE* (Norm Waxman) has appeared in a dozen shows at CDT over the last 30 years, most recently in All Shook Up. Rep credits: (Ordway) Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. (Guthrie) Guys and Dolls, A Christmas Carol, 1776. (History Theatre), Dirty Business, Sweet Land, Working Boys Band. (Mixed Blood) An Octoroon. (Park Square) Ragtime, Democracy, The Diary of Anne Frank. (Artistry) Awake and Sing. Director and Choreographer: Victory Farm, Boxcar (Northern Sky Theater).

Matthew Hall

MATTHEW HALL* (he/him) (Hal Miller) is thrilled to be returning to CDT after being seen in The Prom and Footloose. Other credits include Little Women (John Brooke) at Artistry Theater, Playlist Singer/Dancer at Carnival Cruise Lines, Be More Chill (Jake D.) at Minneapolis Musical Theatre, Spring Awakening (Georg) at Shoot the Glass Theater, Shrek the Musical (Donkey) and Disney’s Newsies (Davey) at Ashland Productions. “I thank my family for their unconditional love and support!” Instagram: @matthewzacharyhall

Tommy Benson

TOMMY BENSON* (he/him) (Ensemble) is ecstatic to be in Jersey Boys! He holds a BFA in Musical Theater and a BA in Music from the University of Minnesota Duluth. He has performed in Turkey, China and across the Twin Cities, most recently in The Prom here at CDT. Favorite roles include David DiNotello in Spandex the Musical, Oscar D’Armano in The Wild Party, Cowboy Bob in Footloose, Neville Landless in The Mystery of Edwin Drood and Frog in A Year with Frog & Toad. Proud member AEA.

Adam Moen

ADAM MOEN* (Hank Majewski) Adam is thrilled to be back onstage at Chanhassen! Past CDT productions include Mamma Mia, Holiday Inn, Grease, Hello, Dolly!, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Fiddler on the Roof, Annie, Joseph…Dreamcoat, Bye Bye Birdie; Ordway: Jesus Christ Superstar, Mamma Mia; Guthrie Theater: The Music Man, Roman Holiday. “This one is for Mike and Julie!”

TYSON INSIXIENGMAI

TYSON INSIXIENGMAI* (He/They) (Ensemble) is thrilled to continue his Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ career from The Prom to Jersey Boys. He is so excited to share the stage again with an such an amazing cast and crew. He is a performer, creator, and artist in the Twin Cities, who is incredibly grateful to continue to showcase their artistry on stage. “Thank you to friends and family for your endless love and support, love lots!”

Emily Scinto

EMILY SCINTO* (she/her) (Ensemble) is so excited to be back at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres after appearing in Footloose! Select Regional Credits include: Grease (Drury Lane Theatre); Beauty and the Beast, Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Ordway Center for the Performing Arts); A Christmas Carol(Guthrie Theater); The Play That Goes Wrong, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder (Old Log Theatre); Victor/Victoria, Footloose (Artistry Theater); The Wizard of Oz, Buccaneers (Children’s Theatre Company). A huge thank you to her family, friends and her incredible agents at DDO Artists Agency. Instagram: @emilyscinto TikTok: @theemilyscinto

JoeNathan Thomas

JOENATHAN THOMAS* (Ensemble) is joyously back at Chanhassen, having performed previously in The Prom, 42nd Street and Phantom. Locally Thomas has worked The Ordway, Guthrie, Artistry, Mixed Blood, Illusion, and History theaters, to name a few, as well as Regional Theater and Film, the latest being Disney’s “Everyday St Nick.”  Most recently seen locally in Iphigenia at Aulis (Ten Thousand Things); and Annie (Children’s Theatre Company). Thomas has come full circle, considering his first acting job in the Twin Cities was right here at Chanhassen some 20 years ago!

Cody Carlson

CODY CARLSON (he/him) (Ensemble) is thrilled and incredibly grateful to be making his Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ debut in Jersey Boys! He participated in the summer theatre camps at CDT and has been assisting with them since graduating high school. He graduated from the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program. Previous credits include A Christmas Carol at the Guthrie Theater and Singing in the Rain at Lakeshore Players. “Huge thanks to my family and friends for their support!”

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MICHAEL BRINDISI (Artistic Director) happily celebrates his 35th year as Resident Artistic Director for Chanhassen Dinner Theatres. He has been affiliated with CDT since 1971 when he first appeared on stage here in The Matchmaker. In addition, Mr. Brindisi is proud to serve on the CDT ownership team (established in 2010). While he continues at the artistic helm, he adds the title of president to his “credits,” seeing and responding to daily operations. He directed his first CDT production, Private Lives, in 1988. Since then, Mr. Brindisi has over 100 Chanhassen productions to his credit. He previously spent several years in freelance directing, overseeing 40 productions in seven consecutive seasons of summer stock; three as Artistic Director of Bemidji’s Paul Bunyan Playhouse and four with Minnesota Festival Theatre. He directed The Two-Character Play and Translations for Actors Theatre of St. Paul and Once in a Lifetime for Theatre in the Round. Other directing credits include The Beauty PartThe Robber Bridegroom, and Twigs for Chimera Theatre and a Minnesota Music Theatre summer stock series with Winona St. Mary’s. Prior to directing, Mr. Brindisi enjoyed a successful acting career. CDT productions include: Annie Get Your GunWhat the Butler SawLootThe Robber BridegroomMy Fair Lady and his favorite production, Fiddler on the Roof (appearing in 1978, 1987 and 2013 productions). He performed the role of Kenickie in the national tour of Grease and appeared in the Broadway revival of Once in a Lifetime with John Lithgow and Treat Williams. In 2002, he was a guest artist in Ordway’s production of Anything Goes with Sandy Duncan and in Singin’ in the Rain. He was honored by the Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization to co-develop and direct the World Premiere of Irving Berlin’s Easter Parade, which debuted on CDT’s Main Stage in 2007. When able, he takes time to guest direct locally and around the country. Credits include: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown and A Grand Night for Singing at the Ordway; and Grease and Hair at the Historic Pantages Theatre. He had the unique pleasure of directing Elmo, Big Bird and friends in the Sesame Street Live national tour of “Can’t Stop Singing.” On a personal note, life in the theatre is a family affair. Michael is married to actor Michelle Barber, seen on stage here and across the Twin Cities. Their daughter Cat, also a professional actor, is married to actor and director David Darrow. Recently, Michael became a proud first-time grandfather to Henry Brindisi Darrow.

Tamara Kangas Erickson

TAMARA KANGAS ERICKSON* (Choreographer) is Vice President and Resident Choreographer at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres where she has proudly choreographed over 30 Main Stage productions. Tamara became part of the CDT family in 1981 when she appeared as Marta Von Trapp in The Sound of Music. Also at CDT – Fireside: Respect (director/choreographer), Altar Boyz (choreographer); Playhouse: The Musical of Musicals: The Musical (director/choreographer). Off-Broadway: This One’s for the Girls (director/choreographer); Artistry: Little Women, The Broadway Musical (director/choreographer); National Tour: Sesame Street Live Can’t Stop Singing (choreographer). Tamara was named “Outstanding Choreographer” (2005, 2006 and 2008) by the Star Tribune for Singin’ in the Rain, West Side Story and 42nd Street and received an Ivey Award in 2008 for her choreography in 42nd Street.

Andy Kust

ANDY KUST (Music Director) CDT: Footloose, The Music Man, Mamma Mia!, Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, Grease. Regional Theatre: 12 Angry Men, Next to Normal, Spring Awakening, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Rent, CabaretJesus Christ Superstar, Billy Elliot, Disney’s Mary Poppins, Bare, among others. Andy is an award-winning music director, vocal coach and pianist, currently serving as the Resident Music Director at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres. Andy is the co-owner of Twin Cities Musical Theater Training, with studio clients having appeared in the Broadway and national touring companies of Wicked, Dear Evan Hansen, Disney’s Frozen, Mean Girls, Hamilton, Kinky Boots and Spring Awakening. Andy collaborates regularly with other theaters in the Twin Cities and around the country including Guthrie Theater, Theatre Latté Da, The Hennepin Theatre Trust, The Ordway, The Kennedy Center, Phoenix Theatre, The Duluth Playhouse, and as a national tour keyboard substitute. Training: B.A. from Luther College and M.M. from Arizona State University.  andykustmusic.com

NAYNA RAMEY** (Resident Scenic Designer) has been the resident designer at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres since 1988. Her work most recently was seen in Footloose, The Music Man, Mamma Mia!, Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Sister Act, Disney’s Mary Poppins, Grease and Disney’s Newsies. She is also recognized for her regional work, including 21 seasons at American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisconsin, with recent productions including Measure for Measure, Pride and Prejudice, Comedy of Errors and The Seagull. Regional credits also include Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Kansas City Repertory, Intiman Theatre in Seattle, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis, History Theatre in St. Paul, the Ordway’s McKnight Theatre in St. Paul and the Historic Pantages Theatre in Minneapolis.

RICH HAMSON (Costume Designer) has designed 65 CDT productions including The Music Man, Mamma Mia!, Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, Disney’s Newsies, Sister Act, Grease, Disney’s The Little Mermaid and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Camelot, Fiddler on the Roof, Oklahoma!, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, The Producers, Swing!, 42nd Street, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Les Misérables and world premieres of the last five shows in Danny Goggin’s Nunsense series. His work has been seen at Park Square Theatre, Minnesota Opera, Guthrie Theater, Jungle Theater, Theater Latté Da, Illusion Theater, Cricket Theatre, Historic Pantages Theatre, Children’s Theatre Company, The Ordway, Hey City Theater, Troupe America, Plymouth Playhouse and at high schools and colleges across the state. Rich designed the national tours of The Sunshine Boys starring Frank Gorshen and Dick Van Patten and The Odd Couple with “MASH” alumni Jamie Farr and William Christopher. Rich’s design work has been acknowledged with three Ivey Awards and numerous other recognitions throughout the Twin Cities.

SUE ELLEN BERGER (Lighting Designer) has designed on all four Chanhassen stages with over 200 shows to her credit. Sue is also Lighting Designer/Stage Manager for our acclaimed Concert Series in the Fireside Theatre. Away from Chanhassen, her work has been seen with The Finnish National Opera, Arizona Broadway Theatre, The Palace Theatre – Wisconsin Dells, Yellow Tree Theatre, Historic Pantages Theatre, Ordway Center, North Star Opera, Music Box Theatre, Carousel Dinner Theatre, Circa 21 and Park Square Theatre, among others. Sue enjoys spending her summers designing for Iowa’s Cedar Summerstock, while also teaching at ChanDT’s Musical Theatre Camp. She has been a guest artist with several universities and high schools, has taught theatre on the primary, secondary and college levels and is currently teaching Lighting Design at Concordia University in St. Paul. Sue is privileged to be a part of CDT’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council. In her spare time, she designs for several schools and mentors students interested in tech theatre.

RUSS HAYNES (Sound Designer) is happy to have designed many productions at Chanhassen, including eight world premieres. He has worked on several nationally broadcast television series, award-winning documentaries, and at various theaters, schools, and churches throughout the region. He continues to produce various projects from his recording studio Rx Audio, based in Saint Michael. His favorite productions are his sons, Wesley and Brian.

AMANDA LEVENS (she/her) (Hair/Makeup Designer) is thrilled to be designing for The Prom! Previous tech work at CDT includes The Music Man, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and Mary Poppins, Hello Dolly!, Fiddler on the Roof, Joseph…Dreamcoat, Bye Bye Birdie, and Hairspray. Her work has also been seen locally at the Guthrie Theatre, History Theatre, Concordia University, Artistry, University of Minnesota, Theatre Latte Da, Minnetonka Theatre, and others. Touring credits include Phantom of the Opera, The Band’s Visit, How The Grinch Stole Christmas The Musical, Jekyll & Hyde, and Flashdance. Training: B.A Theatre, University of Minnesota; MN Cosmetology License, Atelier Academy. Proud IATSE member.

THOMAS SCHUMACHER* (Production Stage Manager) is excited to continue his association with CDT in this new position “behind the scenes.” He came to work here in 1986, and since then he has performed on all four stages, has directed and choreographed several productions, and has worked in the front office for the Guest Relations Department. He is so grateful to the artistic and ownership teams for this opportunity and to have been a part of the CDT family for so many years.

JOHN TROW* (he/him) (Assistant Stage Manager/Clerk) has spent the last 14 years as ASM here at CDT. He’s played numerous character roles during those years as well as serving as an understudy. John has acted/directed/choreographed shows in Minneapolis, Colorado and Florida. He is very grateful for the work provided by Michael and Tamara. “Love to grandkids, Danny, Peter and Millie.”

Z MAKILA (he/they) (Production Stage Manager Nov. 21 through Dec. 31) is thrilled to make his CDT debut on Jersey Boys! Other credits include Children’s Theatre Company: An American Tail, Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress; Ordway Center: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast; Theater Latté Da: Twelve Angry Men: A New Musical, La Bohème, Merrily We Roll Along; Minnesota Orchestra: Joyful Echoes; Ten Thousand Things Theater: Thunder Knocking on the Door, Comedy of Errors. Thanks to my partner Joey for all the support! zmakila.com

CHLOE VOLNA-RICH (she/her) (Production Stage Manager now through Nov. 19 and returning Jan. 2 – Feb. 24) is over the moon that Jersey Boys is her CDT debut! As a stage manager and theatre educator, she has worked with theater companies across the Twin Cities including Theatre Latte Da, Ten Thousand Things, The 24-Hour Plays, Lakeshore Players Theatre, Hennepin Theatre Trust’s Spotlight Program, Children’s Theatre Company TAT Program, and more. She was honored as the Guthrie Theater’s Production Fellow 2018. Special love to her family and fur babies. She will be back as Production Stage Manager for Beautiful (opens March 1).

*Denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association.
**Denotes member of the United Scenic Artists Union.

JERSEY BOYS ORCHESTRA

CONDUCTOR/KEYBOARD: ANDY KUST
WOODWINDS: Stan Scott
WOODWINDS: Zelda Younger
GUITAR: Kristian Anderson
GUITAR: Christian Wheeler
TRUMPET: Bob Hallgrimson
BASS: David Berg
DRUMS: Matt Barber
KEYBOARD: Richard Long
KEYBOARD: Elise Santa
MUSIC ASSOCIATE: Kate Brown

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