Nick Adams

Nick most notably originated and starred as Adam/Felicia in the Tony winning Broadway musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Winner of two Broadway Audience Choice Awards, American Theater Hall of Fame Honoree, Astaire Award nominee)

Was the final actor to star as Fiyero in the First National Touring production of the Broadway hit Wicked. This past fall, Nick originated the role of Damian in the world premiere of the musical Mary and Max at Theatre Calgary. Also on Broadway: A Chorus Line (Larry), Guys and Dolls (Liver Lips Louis, ORC), Chicago (Mary Sunshine standby), La Cage Aux Folles (2010 Tony Winning Revival, ORC), and The Pirate Queen (OBC). TV and Film credits include: The Other Two (Comedy Central) Sex and the City 2, An Englishman in New York, Smash, As the World Turns, Guiding Light, Dancing with the Stars, Rosie Live, It Could Be Worse, The Kennedy Center Honors, Regis and Kelly, Good Morning America, The View, The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, multiple telecasts of The Tony Awards, and Keith on season two of Go-Go Boy Interrupted. Concerts: New York Pops 30th Anniversary (Carnegie Hall), Songs For A New World (NYC, Director Jeff Calhoun), Naples Philharmonic, Indianapolis Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Erie Philharmonic, Boston Pops, Cincinnati Pops, Birdland, NYC Gay Men's Chorus, Boston Gay Men's Chorus, Feinstein's at The Niko San Francisco, Feinstein's 54 Below, Highline Ballroom.  Regionally he's been seen as Gabey in On The Town (Gateway Playhouse), Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid (Papermill, PCLO, Kansas City Starlight), and Magaldi in Evita (North Shore Music Theatre). Mr. Adams has instructed several master classes nationwide & internationally, has served on the guest faculty of The Boston Conservatory Musical Theatre Dance Intensive as well as The Broadway Dreams Foundation, and is regarded as a Capezio Dance Athlete.  Nick has been featured in several national media outlets including Vanity Fair, DNA Magazine, OUT, Paper Magazines' Beautiful People issue and the covers of Dance Spirit and Instinct Magazine. Recordings: Priscilla Queen of the Desert, La Cage Aux Folles, The Pirate Queen, Sex And The City 2, Dee Does Broadway, Crossroads Broadway Compilation album. BFA Boston Conservatory. @thenickadams
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Nick Blaemire

Nick was born in Washington, DC. He grew up in Bethesda, MD, where he began doing theater at a young age, and continued until he was accepted to the University of Michigan's music program, where he graduated in 2006. 

He subsequently moved to New York City until he got his first Equity job touring the country in Altar Boyz, an Off-Broadway musical spoof of boy bands. He returned to New York after being cast in the Original Broadway Cast of Cry-Baby, based on the John Waters film. Simultaneously, Nick wrote the music and lyrics for the original musical Glory Days, which played on Broadway at the same time as Cry-Baby. His career has continued to blossom with film and television roles, and the opportunity to work with actors such as Lois Smith, Oliver Platt, Bruce Willis, Debra Monk, Larry Bryggman and other stage and screen legends. Nick is the youngest person ever to have written a Broadway musical (Glory Days) while also performing in another Broadway musical (Cry-Baby) at the same time.
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Audrey Cardwell

Audrey most recently starred as Alice Murphy in the First National Tour of Bright Star

Other national tours: Cinderella (Ella), Anything Goes and Elf. Regional credits include: The Old Globe (Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls), Asolo Repertory Theatre (Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls), Houston TUTS, The MUNY, North Shore Music Theatre, Dallas Summer Musicals. Graduate of Penn State University. @akatcard
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Eden Espinosa

Eden is most recognized for her critically acclaimed portrayal of Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway and in Los Angeles and San Francisco. 

Other credits include originating the title character in Brooklyn the Musical, Flora in Flora the Red Menace, and Maureen in the closing company of Rent on Broadway. Eden also originated the role of Sadie Thompson in the world premiere of Rain, at the Old Globe Theater. She portrayed Eva Peron in TPAC and Studio Tenn’s production of Evita. In 2017 she toured Denmark and London playing Emma Borden in the rock musical Lizzie. She played Mary Flynn to rave reviews in Maria Freidman’s productions of Merrily We Roll Along at the Huntington Theatre in Boston. She was Daniela in Kennedy Center’s In The Heights. Most recently she originated the role of Tamara De Lempicka in the world premiere of Lempicka at Williamstown Theatre Festival, directed by Rachel Chavkin. Her television appearances include shows such as Law and Order, Ugly Betty, and Elementary. Voiceover credits include Cassandra in the Disney show Tangled the Series, Robot Chicken, MAD TV, Elena of Avalor, and Titan Maximum. Eden’s debut album, Look Around, charted in the Pop iTunes top 50 between Adele and Katy Perry. Her second album will be released early 2019.
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Bryonha Marie Parham
Dr. Charlotte

Bryonha was last seen this season in Prince of Broadway, where she portrayed numerous characters from the cannon of beloved musical theatre icon, Harold Prince. 

Other Broadway credits include Book of Mormon; After Midnight; The Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess (Serena); Ragtime (Sarah’s Friend). Off Broadway/NY: Candide (Carnegie Hall); NY Philharmonic’s Showboat and Sweeney Todd (Beggar Woman); Ragtime @ Lincoln Center. World Premier: DAVE (Arena Stage); Prince of Broadway (Tokyo Orb). Favorite regional credits include the rarely performed Bernstein’s MASS with The Philadelphia Orchestra; The Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess; Extraordinary (American Repertory Theatre); Ragtime (Kennedy Center); Civil War (NETworks); HAIR (Sacramento Music Circus); Dreamgirls (Effie White at North Shore Music Theatre, Fulton Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre); Little Shop of Horrors (Berkshire Theatre Festival); Once On This Island (Coterie Theatre), and a many more! Television: Madame Secretary; Showboat and Sweeney Todd LIVE @ Lincoln Center for PBS (Emmy Nominated); 66th/68th Annual Tony Awards; The Today Show. Bryonha is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and the Screen Actors Guild. She received her training at Illinois Wesleyan University and holds a BFA in Music Theatre. Twitter/Instagram: @BryonhaMarie
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Max von Essen

Max is currently starring in the Broadway production of Anastasia as Gleb Vaganov. He is perhaps best known to audiences as Henri Baurel in the Award-winning production of An American in Paris, a role which earned him nominations for the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Grammy Awards.

Other Broadway credits include the revivals of Evita, Les Misérables and Jesus Christ Superstar as well as Dance of the Vampires and the closing company of the original Les Misérables. Additional New York credits include Yours Unfaithfully for the Mint Theater, Death Takes a Holiday for the Roundabout Theater Company, The Jerry Springer Opera at Carnegie Hall, Hello Again (Drama League nomination) for The Transport Group, Finian's Rainbow for the Irish Repertory Theater and many others. Tours include Xanadu, Chicago and West Side Story. Television and film credits include Law & Order: SVU, Elementary, Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, Royal Pains, Gossip Girl, The Beautiful Life, The Intern, Seven Lovers, Sex and the City 2, and the hit web series, Submissions Only. Max's concert work has brought him across the country and Canada, including The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and a recent sold-out solo run at the famed Birdland Jazz Club in New York City. Recordings include An American in Paris, Evita, Death Takes a Holiday, Finian's Rainbow, Love Songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Broadway by the Year: 1928. @maxizpad.
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Josh Canfield

Broadway: Natasha, Pierre  &  the Great Comet of 1812Doctor Zhivago (Liberius).

Off-Broadway: Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 (Anatole). Film/TV: Survivor: San Juan Del Sur (CBS), Any Dream Will Do (BBC). Regional:Anything Goes (Billy, Ogunquit) Hair (Claude, English Theatre, Germany), Godspell (Jesus, Actors Playhouse, Miami) Natasha...Great Comet of 1812 (A.R.T., Cambridge). Training: The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Writer of the new show ALIVE! The Zombie Musical. @itsjoshcanfield
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Melanie Evans
Megan Loughran
Darick Pead