Fred is currently playing Moonface Martin, Public Enemy No. 13, in the First National Tour of the Roundabout Theater's Tony Award winning production of Anything Goes. He has starred in London and on Broadway as Max Bialystock in The Producers. Other Broadway: Monsignor O'Hara in Sister Act, M. Dindon in La Cage aux Folles, Inspector Kemp/the Blind Hermit in Young Frankenstein, and Max Detweiller in The Sound of Music. Other NY: Kevin in Happiness at Lincoln Center,and Panisse in Fanny for Encores! Regional: Guthrie Theater (resident company, 11 productions), Old Globe, Geffen Playhouse, Mark Taper Forum (4 productions), others. Over 150 television episodes, and narrations for many documentaries.
Broadway: Is He Dead?, Into the Woods and Inherit the Wind. National Tour: Lettice and Lovage, directed by Michael Blakemore. Off-Broadway includes Rx; Love, Loss and What I Wore; The Savannah Disputation; Fuddy Meers (Drama Desk Award); Kimberly Akimbo (Drama Desk nomination); Wintertime; The Oldest Profession; American Sligo. Films include Sideways, Series 7: The Contenders, Must Love Dogs, A Prairie Home Companion.
Carolee has played leading roles in 12 Broadway musicals, including her recent critically-acclaimed performance in Scandalous, where she portrayed the infamous evangelist, Aimee Semple McPherson. Broadway audiences also saw Carolee as Mother Superior in Sister Act, as Mrs. Beineke in The Addams Family (for which she received a Drama Desk nomination and an Outer Critics Circle nomination), as Donna in Mamma Mia!, as Gabrielle in Lestat (Tony® nomination, Drama Desk nomination), as Ms. Pennywise in Urinetown, as Kate in Kiss Me Kate, as Marguerite in The Scarlet Pimpernel, as Lucille Frank in Parade (Tony® nomination and Drama Desk Award), as Abigail Adams in 1776, as Cordelia in Falsettos and as Oolie in City of Angels. Her Off-Broadway shows include: john and jen, Das Barbecü, I Can Get It For You Wholesale, Hello Again (Obie Award), A Class Act, The Vagina Monologues, and Elegies. Ms. Carmello’s television credits include Law and Order, Frasier, Ed, and Remember W.E.N.N. (SAG Award nomination), as well as an upcoming episode of Smash. She has toured the U.S. with productions of Chess, Big River, Falsettos and Les Misérables. Her concert appearances have taken her across America and Europe, including several engagements at Carnegie Hall.
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Broadway: A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine (Tony® nomination), Wicked (Carbonell Award), Titanic, Torch Song Trilogy, The Pirates of Penzance, Bells Are Ringing. Off-Broadway: I Do! I Do! (Drama Desk nomination), Middletown, New Jerusalem, Geniuses, The Torch Bearers, It’s Only a Play, By the Way Meet Very Stark. Regional: Randy Newman’s Faust (La Jolla/Goodman), Travesties (Williamstown), Die Fledermaus (Santa Fe Opera), Merrily We Roll Along (Arena Stage/Helen Hayes Award). Television: 30 Rock, The Good Wife, The West Wing, Law and Order, The Practice, Without a Trace, Everybody Loves Raymond, NYPD Blue, Judging Amy, Murphy Brown, Murder She Wrote, LA Law, Steve Rhoades on Married With Children and, for PBS Great Performances, On the Town with the London Symphony and “Ira Gershwin at 100: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall.”
Broadway: OCC nomination for Newsies (Supporting Actor in a Musical); Mary Poppins, Seussical, Beauty and the Beast, A Christmas Carol. 1st Nat'l Tours: Leaf Coneybear Spelling Bee, Max The Grinch, Mary Poppins, Ragtime. Theatre: Aladdin (5th Avenue), Newsies (Papermill). TV/Film: Christophe Naked Brothers Band (Nickelodeon), Marci X (Paramount Pictures), One Life to Live. Co-creator of the Broadway themed web series, “Submissions Only”.
Michael is currently on Broadway in Tennessee Williams’ Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. He was recently in the 2011 revival of How to Succeed as Mr. Bratt. Other Broadway credits: Carousel (Billy), Smokey Joe’s Café (original cast), Little Me (Lucky). His Off-Broadway work includes Hello Again (Lincoln Center); Violet, The Burnt Part Boys (Playwrights Horizons); Bloomer Girl, Applause (City Center’s Encores!); Middletown (Vineyard Theatre). Michael is best known for his work as Jack Snyder on As the World Turns, for which he received two Emmy Awards®.
Michael is currently playing Boq in the national tour of Wicked. Off-Broadway: RENT (Dir. Michael Grief), The Kid (The New Group), Seussical (Theatreworks/USA), Oliver Twist (Theatre for a New Audience). Regional: A Midsummer’s Night Dream, A Christmas Carol and A Prayer for Owen Meany (Ovation nomination), all with the Denver Center Theatre Company, Oliver Twist (co-production with A.R.T and Berkeley Rep). Film: Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet, and Hallmark original movie Loving Leah.
Broadway: Elf, Annie Get Your Gun, Damn Yankees, Steel Pier, Sally Marr and Her Escorts, Song And Dance, Cats. Off-Broadway: Showing Off, The World Goes ‘Round, Wanda's World. National Tours: Hello Dolly, Song And Dance, The World Goes 'Round (Jefferson award, Helen Hayes nomination), Damn Yankees (Helen Hayes nomination). Regional Theater: Over 20 roles. Film/TV: Sleepless In Seattle, Ordinary Heroes, You Look Just Like Him, All My Children.
Sadie is currently making her Broadway debut in the revival of Annie. Regionally, she has been seen as Annie in Annie as well as Susan Waverly in White Christmas, both at Houston’s famed Theatre Under The Stars. Other favorite credits include The Miracle Worker (Helen Keller), Parenthesis (Casey) and The Secret Garden (Mary Lennox). Sadie hails from Brenham, Texas, where she studied at the Humphreys School of Musical Theatre in Houston.