Kathryn Allison is a Broadway performer, content creator and recording artist. Her long-awaited debut solo album “Something Real” releases in February 2019. Her debut single “Real Love” by Mary J Blige is now available on all platforms. You can catch Ms. Allison nightly at Aladdin on Broadway as well as various concert venues around the city and the US. Other credits include: TV/Film: “Our Cartoon President,” “Elementary,” “Bachelorette.” Regional: Seussical (The MUNY), Rocky Horror(Bucks County Playhouse). BFA from Ithaca College @kathryndallison www.Kathryn-Allison.com
Harrison Chad (NOAH) has been performing professionally since he was six years old. Broadway: Caroline, or Change (OBC), Les Miserables, Beauty and the Beast, Peter Pan. Regional: The Black Suits (Barrington Stage Company and Center Theater Group), Mame (The Kennedy Center). Television: Divorce, Blue Bloods, Smash, Dora the Explorer (Boots the Monkey), Go, Diego, Go, Little Einsteins Film: Hearts Beat Loud, Jack, Jules, Ester, & Me, Tarzan 2, Charlotte’s Web 2, Carry Me Home, The Hebrew Hammer. Proud member of AEA and SAG/AFTRA. Brown University alum. Follow him on IG: @harrisonchad7
Troy Iwata (KYLE) Off-Broadway: Be More Chill (The Signature), The Boy Who Danced On Air (Abingdon Theatre Company). National tour: The Lightning Thief. TV: “Tell Me A Story” (CBS), “New Amsterdam” (NBC), “Quantico” & “Time After Time” (ABC), “Orange Is The New Black” (Netflix), “Truth Slash Fiction” pilot. Cast recordings: The Boy Who Danced On Air (Rosser & Sohne), Island Song (Carner & Gregor). www.troyiwata.com @mrtroyiwata
Gizel Jiménez (WANDA) recently completed an acclaimed run at The Public in Miss You Like Hell (Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Musical). The NY Times hailed her as “eye opening” with “youthful loveliness and a blue-sky voice.” Starred this summer at NY Stage & Film in Duncan Sheik’s new musical, Alice By Heart, written by Steven Sater; in Jonathan Larson’s Tick Tick Boom movie workshop directed by Lin Manuel Miranda; and at Williamstown in Zoe Sarnak’s new musical, Secret Soldiers, written by Marsha Norman. TV: Divorced, Law & Order SVU. Off-Broadway: Big River (Encores!), Party People (The Public), West Side Story national tour. www.gizeljimenez.com
Jay Armstrong Johnson
Jay Armstrong Johnson (ZEKE) Broadway: Phantom of the Opera, On The Town,Hands On A Hardbody, Catch Me If You Can, Hair. Off-B'way/New York Credits: Candide (NYCO), Sweeney Todd (New York Philharmonic), The Most Happy Fella (Encores!), Wild Animals You Should Know (MCC), Working (Drama Desk Award; Prospect Theater Co.). Regional: The Last Goodbye (The Old Globe); On The Town (Barrington Stage Co.); 42nd Street (MUNY); Hands On A Hardbody (La Jolla Playhouse); Pool Boy(Barrington Stage Co); Hairspray (Weston Playhouse). Concert: 35mm: A Musical Exhibition (on iTunes). TV/Film: Quantico, Sex & the City 2, Law & Order: SVU. Jay made his solo cabaret debut at 54 Below last April; the live album is currently available on CD and iTunes. jayarmstrongjohnson.org
Hailey Kilgore (JANE)Humbled, honored, grateful. Tony Award, Drama League and Outer Critics Nominee for her portrayal of Ti Moune in the Broadway revival of ONCE ON THIS ISLAND. Theatre World Award Winner for Broadway Debut! Other credits include NC-17 (Donald), Ain’t Misbehavin (Woman), Our Town (Rebecca Gibbs, Woman), Crumbs From the Table of Joy (Ermina), Romeo and Juliet (Prince, Friar) National August Wilson Monologue Competition (Rose). Instagram: @haileyfkilgore
Conor Ryan (JOHNNY) can currently be seen in Desperate Measures at New World Stages (Outer Critics Circle Nomination for Best Lead Actor in a Musical). TV: NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert.Broadway: Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. Other off-Broadway: Desperate Measures at the York Theatre, Keen Company's revival of John and Jen (opposite Kate Baldwin), 2nd Stage's Invisible Thread, and the Public Theatre's The Fortress Of Solitude. Developmental: Charles Bingley in Austen’s Pride (5th Avenue Theatre), Chris McCandless in Into The Wild (Encore Musical Theatre). Training: BFA University of Michigan, Walnut Hill School for the Arts. Represented by The Talent House.
Mason Alexander Park
Mason Alexander Park (JENDRIX) just got off the first Broadway national tour of Hedwig and the Angry Inch as the first and only Hedwig standby for the Broadway production. Other favorite credits include Man in Chair (Drowsy Chaperone) Mark (Pittsburgh CLO's Altar Boyz), Dr. Frank-N-Furter (The Rocky Horror Show), and the first male countertenor to play Miss Andrew in Disney's Mary Poppins (Pittsburgh CLO). He was featured on the PBS reality series Broadway or Bust, and also been honored at the Kennedy Center in D.C. as the 2013 Presidential Scholar in the Arts for Musical Theatre, featuring him in yet another PBS documentary, Becoming and Artist. He can also be seen on other shows such as Nickelodeon's iCarly and Bucket and Skinner's Epic Adventures and the upcoming film Stupid Happy.
Isaac Cole Powell
Isaac Powell (CORY) is a 2017 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. And currently stars in Once on This Island on Broadway. Regional: PCLO and Adirondack Theater Festival.
Ryann Redmond (CHASS) Broadway: Escape to Margaritaville, If/Then, Bring It On. TV: “Younger.” Film: “Double Exposure.” Off Broadway Usual Girls (Roundabout), Gigantic (Vineyard), Marvelous Wonderettes. National Tour: Escape to Margaritaville, Bring It On. Regional: How to Succeed (TUTS), Hairspray (MUNY), Kiss Me Kate (Bay Street Theatre). Proud faculty member of the Broadway Dreams Foundation. NYU (CAP21). Twitter/Instagram: @ryannreds www.ryannredmond.com
Ali Stroker (AMANDA) made her Broadway debut in Deaf West Theatre’s revival of Spring Awakening, making history as the first actor in a wheelchair to appear on the Broadway stage. Ali was a finalist on season two of The Glee Project, and then played Artie’s love interest on Glee. Ali guest starred on television’s Ten Day’s in the Valley (ABC), Lethal Weapon (FX), Drunk History (Comedy Central), and Instinct (CBS). In 2005, Ali became the first student in a wheelchair admitted to NYU’s Tisch Drama, earning her degree in 2009. Love to the home team + David! Follow @alistroker