Rozi made her Broadway debut in “Shrek: The Musical” as Young Fiona. She has since been seen in “Mary Poppins” (Broadway), “Bonnie and Clyde” (Broadway), and other exciting new works. She has helped develop the roles of Opal in “Because of Winn Dixie,” Winnie in “Tuck Everlasting,” and Dani in Kooman and Dimond’s “Dani Girl” at the Cherry Lane Theatre and NAMT.
Izzy is known for her work in the original Broadway cast of “Billy Elliot,” and has since performed in works at Signature Theatre, Carnegie Hall, The Met Opera, The New York Theatre Ballet, and Second Stage, New Dramatists, and more venues in and beyond New York City. She’s been seen on Law and Order, Netflix’s “The Get Down,” and most recently, Mythic Bridge’s “Change The Script” PSA. She is currently pursuing a B.F.A in Theatre at The New School for Drama and Performing Arts.
Sean has performed around the world and back, from Broadway (“Promises Promises,” “Crazy For You,” “Curtains,” and more) to Sydney, Australia (“Cats”, “42nd Street,” and more), to Carnegie Hall (“Bernadette Peters at Carnegie Hall”) and Radio City (“The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber at Radio City”). He has done extensive regional work and has developed roles in new works such as “Contact” (dir. Susan Stroman), “Ever After” (Goldrich and Heisler, dir. Kathleen Marshall), “Little Dancer” at the Kennedy Center, and more. He was nominated for a Grammy Award for his work on the “Promises, Promises” cast album, and an Ovation Award for his work in “Kiss Me Kate.” You can also catch him on “Law and Order,” “Sex and the City,” and in Julie Taymor’s “Across The Universe” as well as Susan Stroman’s “The Producers.”
Morgan is a freshman at Northwestern University, currently pursuing a degree in Voice Performance from the Bienen School of Music and a certificate inMusical Theatre from the School of Communication. Morgan’s most recent credits were as JD in Arts Alliance Theatre’s production of “Heathers: The Musical,” and as Jon in the Struble Project Series’ production of “Tick, Tick… BOOM!”
Kyle was the associate director of “Eclipsed” on Broadway, “Privacy” at the Public Theatre, “Kid Victory” at the Vineyard Theatre, and the V-Day Prison Tour of “The Vagina Monologues,” which featured formerly incarcerated women alongside professional actors. She is currently the dramaturge for the Public Theater’s production of “Julius Caesar” at Shakespeare in the park. We’re thrilled to have Kyle on our team, and can’t wait to see what she does with the piece at The New York Musical Festival this July!
Fernanda has music directed productions at the New York International Fringe Festival, the Midtown International Theatre Festival, the Marymount School of NY and Columbia University. She is also the composer of several new works, including “PLATH” and “From Russia, With Love,” both of which have received productions in the past two years. Most recently, she has assisted Broadway music director Carmel Dean on a series of readings, and has become the associate vocal coach at Liz Caplan Vocal Studios.