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Show Description

THE LITTLE MERMAID is presented by Dallas Summer Musicals February 18 – March 2 at Music Hall at Fair Park.
Content Warning: recommended for ages 6 and up
Run Time: TBD
In a magical kingdom fathoms below, we meet Ariel, the little mermaid who is tired of flipping her fins and longs to be part of the fascinating world on dry land. Joining her are Sebastian, Ariel’s crabby sidekick; Ursula, the evil sea witch; Triton, King of the Sea and the handsome and human Prince Eric. Based on the Disney animated film and hit Broadway musical, The Little Mermaid is making its Dallas debut at the Music Hall at Fair Park. So dive on in! Life is the bubbles, under the sea!

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Fun facts about the show

The original film THE LITTLE MERMIAD won two Oscars For 'Best Song' ('Under The Sea') and 'Best Original Soundtrack.'

Originally, Sebastian was to have an English accent.

The Little Mermaid was the last Disney film to be entirely colored by hand.

In Greek mythology, the God of the Sea is Poseidon. Triton (the name given to the Sea King), however, is one of his sons.

Cast and Creative Biographies

The Company
(in alphabetical order)

Matt Allen (Scuttle) Broadway: The
Wedding Singer (u/s Sammy), Oklahoma!
(u/s Will Parker), Annie Get Your Gun (u/s
Charlie Davenport). National Tours: Billy
Elliot, Spamalot (u/s Patsy, Sir Robin, Prince
Herbert), The Producers, Annie Get Your Gun,
Jolson. Regional: North Shore: A Christmas
Carol (Jacob Marley, IRNE nomination); Ogunquit
Playhouse: Buddy Holly (Hipockets/MC);
Paper Mill Playhouse: Little Mermaid (Scuttle),
Honeymoon in Vegas (Stan, Flyin’ Elvis).
Thanks to Glenn, John, and Craig for bringing
me back aboard. And thanks to my wife Paula.

Kristine Bennett (Mersisters, Ensemble)
is very excited to be back under the sea!
Favorite Credits: Little Mermaid (Paper Mill,
PCLO, Starlight); Hello, Dolly! (NSMT); The
Fantasticks (Fireside); The Music Man (Windwood);
Oklahoma! (Ocean City Theatre); three
seasons at The Gateway. Zeph. 3:17

Ward Billeisen (Ensemble) was most
recently seen on NBC’s “Sound of Music”
staring Carrie Underwood and earlier last year
was in the “Live at Lincoln Center’s” production
of Carousel on PBS. TV: “One Life to Live.”
Broadway: Anything Goes, Curtains, and Fiddler
on the Roof, City Center Encores! It’s a Bird...
It’s Superman, Girl Crazy, and Broadway Bash.
He will be performing in the up coming Encores
production of Most Happy Fella in April. He is
pleased to be a part of this production and would
like to thank the creative team for the opportunity.

Steve Blanchard (King Triton)
Broadway: Beauty & The Beast, Camelot,
The Three Musketeers, A Christmas Carol.
National Tours: Little House on the Prairie,
Camelot, Phantom of the Opera, A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to The Forum, Hans
Christian Andersen. Off–B’way: Orphan Train,
Johnny Guitar, Frankenstein, Treasure Island,
Moby Dick, An Oak Tree. Television: “Law &
Order,” “Third Watch,” “Cupid,” “Ed,” “Sunset
Beat,” “Police Story.” Film: Those Who Wander,
The Catalyst, When The Moon Was Twice As Big,
Dark Vengeance, Savva, and Rap Master Ronnie
for HBO. Original Recordings: Johnny Guitar,
Sundown, Frankenstein, Northbound Train.

Giovanni Bona ventura (Gulls,
Ensemble) is thrilled to be a part of The Little
Mermaid! Recently seen in the national tour of
Elf: The Musical. Other: Pippin (Workshop,
A.R.T.), Somewhere In Time (Portland Center
Stage), La Cage Aux Folles (Chantal, NSMT),
Damn Yankees (Paper Mill Playhouse). Thank
you to DGRW, Binder Casting, and the Creative
Team. For mom and dad.

Audrey Cardwell (Mersisters, Ensemble)
is originally from Birmingham, Alabama, and
is a proud graduate of Penn State University.
National tours: Anything Goes and Elf. Regional:
North Shore Music Theatre, Pennsylvania Centre
Stage, The MUNY. Many thanks to my family,
DGRW, and the Mermaid team. Love to Andy!

Sean Patri ck Doyle (Jetsam) last
appeared at the Music Hall in the national touring
company of Fiddler on the Roof, breaking tradition
as the first countertenor to play Fruma-
Sarah. He reprises his role as Jetsam, after runs
at Paper Mill Playhouse, PCLO, and KCS.
Broadway: La Cage Aux Folles (2010 Revival,
OCR). Off-Broadway: Anna Nicole: the Opera,
Volpone, Wig Out! Tours: Mary Poppins, West
Side Story, Fame. Film/Television: 20th Century
Fox’s The Sitter, “Orange Is the New Black,”
“Law & Order.” Thanks to Glenn, John, Craig,
Michael, and The Mine. seanpatrickdoyle.com.

Marjorie Failoni (Mersisters, Ensemble)
is thrilled to perform with this wonderful
company of The Little Mermaid! National Tours:
9 to 5 (associate choreographer/dance capt.),
High School Musical (dance capt.), Disney’s
High School Musical 2 (U.S. and U.K.). She has
also performed at the Kennedy Center, Radio
City Music Hall, the MUNY, PCLO, TOTS,
Maine State Music Theatre, the Cape Playhouse,
and Casa Manana. B.F.A University of Michigan.
Thanks to this incredible creative team,
family, and friends! marjoriefailoni@gmail.com

Thay Floyd (Ensemble) is filled with
effervesce to journey under the sea yet once
again. DSM Debut! Broadway: A Christmas
Story (Lunt- Fontanne, Madison Sq. Garden)
Regional favorites include: Cats (Tugger), Kiss
Me Kate (Paul), Xanadu (Melpomene), multiple
A Chorus Lines (Richie), Tommy (Acid Queen),
Ain’t Misbehavin’ (André), and The Producers
national tour. B.F.A.: NYU–Tisch, CAP 21.
Thay thanks the Lord above, his family for
their undying support, Vincent at MTM, and
the entire team here at DSM.

Julie Kavanagh (Mersisters, Ensemble) is
thrilled to go under the sea with this amazing cast!
Favorite Credits: La Cage Aux Folles (first national
tour); 42nd Street (Peggy Sawyer, Weston/Merry
Go Round Playhouse); Thoroughly Modern Millie
(Miss Dorothy, Ogunquit Playhouse); Avenue Q
(Kate Monster/Lucy, Theatre Aspen); Annie,
Joseph..Dreamcoat (Maltz Jupiter Theatre);
and Hairspray in Concert! (Penny Pingleton –
Indianapolis and Baltimore Symphony Orchestras).
Proud CCM Grad! Special thanks to The
Little Mermaid team for this wonderful opportunity.
Love to DGRW, Mom, Dad, and Honey!

Eric Kunze (Prince Eric) Broadway: Marius
in Les Misérables, Chris in Miss Saigon, Joe
Hardy in Damn Yankees. National Tours: The
Man in Whistle Down the Wind (IRNE award);
Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar. Regional: Joseph
in Joseph… Dreamcoat (Muny, KC Starlight,
Sacramento Music Circus, and Boston-IRNE
Award); Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid (West
Coast premiere); Che in Evita (L.A. Ovation
nomination). Concert tour: Do You Hear the
People Sing. Mr. Kunze recently released a solo
album. Please visit: erickunze.com

Scott Leiendecker (Flotsam), a St. Louis
native, is thrilled to return to Dallas. Dallas audiences
may remember him from a few years back
when he appeared with nine-time Tony Award
winner Tommy Tune, and the Manhattan Rhythm
Kings in Mr. Tune’s autobiographical Steps in
Time. He is thrilled to return under the sea with
Disney’s The Little Mermaid having performed
the show at both Sacramento Music Circus and
Paper Mill Playhouse. His touring and regional
credits include: Fiddler on the Roof (Frumah
Sarah) w/Topol, Harvey Fierstein; Camelot; Dr.
Dolittle w/ Tommy Tune; Jesus Christ Superstar;
42nd Street; and White Christmas (Phil Davis).
Thanks to Glenn for this one!

Liz McCartne y (Ursula) came directly
from Broadway’s Annie. She toured in Wicked
as Madame Morrible and played Mrs. Lovett
in Sweeney Todd at Chicago’s Drury Lane.
Broadway: South Pacific (PBS), Phantom of
the Opera, Mamma Mia! (commercial), Thoroughly
Modern Millie, Taboo, Dance of the
Bampires, Les Misérables. Liz appeared at
Paper Mill in Pirates! as Ruth; she is also a
writer and working on two musicals.

Michael McGurk (Gulls, Ensemble)
Broadway: TheWedding Singer (original cast), The
Music Man (original revival cast); Off-Broadway:
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Willie); National
Tour: Dr. Dolittle (Jip); Regional: Pittsburgh
CLO (Gene Kelly Distinguished Alumni Award),
Sacramento Music Circus, Goodspeed Opera
House, Denver Center, Barrington Stage, Houston
TUTS, Walnut St. Theatre, Music Theatre of
CT., Tuacahn Center For The Arts, Stages St.
Louis, North Shore Music Theatre. Michael has
performed on the Tony Awards twice. He holds a
B.F.A. from The Boston Conservatory.

Sarah Meahl (Ensemble) New York: One
For My Baby workshop, 2013 Astaire Awards.
Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, Shakespeare
Theatre Company (D.C.), Walnut Street Theatre,
The MUNY, Kansas City Starlight Theatre, Pittsburgh
Musical Theatre. Television: Haunting
Evidence: The Natalee Holloway Story (Natalee),
Commercials for Disney’s Hollywood Studios,
Cruise Line, Blizzard Beach, The Making of
Expedition Everest. Sarah is also a sculpture
model and dance competition judge out of NYC.
Training: musical theatre/dance grad from Point
Park University, 2012. sarahmeahl.com

Alan Mingo, Jr. (Sebastian) Original
Broadway cast member of Disney’s The Little
Mermaid. Alan is excited to be back in Dallas for
his sixth production. DSM audiences will recently
remember Mr. Mingo as Donkey in Shrek the
Musical. Other Broadway: Tom Collins (Rent).
Other National Tours: Donkey in Shrek, Seaweed
in Hairspray, Simba in The Lion King, Collins in
Rent. Regional: Sergeant in Pirates! (The Muny),
Once On This Island, (Paper Mill Playhouse), The
Wiz (La Jolla Playhouse). TV: “Frasier,” “Law &
Order.” M.F.A.: UC–Irvine. alanmingo.com

Dennis O’Bannion (Gulls, Ensemble) is
thrilled to be back with The Little Mermaid
where he was part of the Paper Mill, PCLO,
and KC Starlight co-production last summer.
Broadway: White Christmas. Last year he
was nominated for a Carbonnell Award (Best
Supporting Actor, Marcellus) for the Maltz
Jupiter Theatre’s The Music Man. Favorite
credits include Crazy For You, Meet Me in St.
Louis, and Paper Mill’s production of Hello,
Dolly! choreographed by Mia Michaels. Thanks
to Glenn, John, and Craig for this opportunity!

Shawn Plat zker (Flounder) is delighted
to be joining the company for this production,
Flounder was always his favorite animated fish.
Shawn has been performing since the ripe age
of seven and has had the pleasure of doing it
ever since. Credits include—National Tour: The
Buddy Holly Story. Regional: Grease, Drowsy
Chaperone, Over the Tavern.
UG! Shawn is a
recent graduate of The Boston Conservatory
with a B.F.A. in musical theater. Enjoy the show!

Timothy Shew (Pilot, Chef Louis) Ten
Broadway shows: 1,700+ JeanValjean’s in Les
Misérables. Recent: Bway’s Evita w/Ricky
Martin. Seven years as Santa at Radio City
Music Hall. Chicago/Shaggy Dog/Tangled movie
soundtracks. Bernstien’s Mass at Kennedy Center,
Carnegie Hall, and 35th anniversary celebration
of Kennedy Center with Marvin Hamlisch. A
nationally sought after clinician and educator, Tim
is Thrilled to be a part of this special Mermaid.
Love to wife Jane and son Jonathan, both starring
in national tour of Wicked! timothyshew.com.
Proud AEA member for 33 years.

Chelsea Morgan Sto ck (Ariel) is
thrilled to portray Ariel again. Broadway: The
Little Mermaid (Andrina original cast/cast
recording; Ariel first replacement.), Baby It’s
You (MaryJane standby), Sister Act (Sister Mary
Robert u/s). Regional: Goodspeed—Annie
Get Your Gun (Winnie Tate) and Good News
(Connie Lane), NSMT/Cape Playhouse—Footloose
(Ariel), Paper Mill Playhouse—Sound Of
Music (Liesl). Other NYC credits: BOMB in
concert (Amanda), Tour De Fierce! (Broadway
Doll). B.F.A.: Boston Conservatory. Chelsea
thanks DGRW, Chris, Glenn, and always Mom
and Dad! Love You!

Katie Ulrich (Mersisters, Ensemble) is
thrilled to be making her Dallas Summer Musicals
debut! She recently was the swing for Paper
Mill Playhouse, Kansas City Starlight, and
Pittsburgh Civic Light Operas co-production of
Disney’s The Little Mermaid. She has her bachelor
of music theatre degree from CU–Boulder
and currently resides in NYC. Other recent
credits: 42nd St. (Peggy Sawyer), Drowsy
Chaperone (Janet Van de Graaf), Legally
Blonde (Courtney, Chutney, u/s Margo).

Victor J. Wisehart (Ensemble). An
accomplished dancer and choreographer, he made
his New York stage debut in Pipe Dream in last
season’s City Center Encores! production (now
on CD) and his London West End debut as Diesel
in West Side Story at Sadler’s Wells Theatre (for
which he received an Olivier Award nomination).
He appeared in Lincoln Center Theater’s production
of South Pacific at The Kennedy Center, as
well as for its first national tour. Mr. Wisehart was
recently seen in My Fair Lady at Arena Stage in
Washington, D.C. Additional performing credits
include My One and Only at Connecticut’s Goodspeed
Opera House and both Dreamgirls and
Oklahoma! at The Muny in St. Louis. Mr. Wisehart
reproduced Christopher Gattelli’s choreography
for Ogunquit Playhouse’s South Pacific
(nominations for IRNE and Broadwayworld.
com Boston Award for Best Choreography),
collaborated as associate choreographer with
Gemze de Lappe at The Muny (Oklahoma!) and
Boston’s Reagle Music Theatre (both Oklahoma!
and Carousel). He served as associate choreographer
for the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s recent
production of Oklahoma! He is a graduate of The
Boston Conservatory.

Ron Wisniski (Grimsby) National Tours:
Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere), two tours of
Annie (FDR), Tintypes (Teddy Roosevelt). His
many Off-Broadway credits include George
Abbott’s Frankie, A Most Secret War, Pillars
of Society, and Tom Jones. His other credits
number more than 150 plays and musicals
at theatres nationwide including Paper Mill
Playhouse, Sacramento Music Circus, Pittsburgh
Public, North Shore, Riverside Theatre,
Syracuse Stage, Pittsburgh CLO, Kansas City
Starlight, Arkansas Rep, and Goodspeed Opera
House. For more, visit RonWisniski.com.

Jessica Wockenfuss (Mersisters,
Ensemble) is so happy to be under the sea
again! Last seen in The Little Mermaid at Paper
Mill Playhouse, PCLO, and KC Starlight. Other
credits include: Spamalot (national tour), Backwards
In High Heels (Ginger Rogers), Holland
America Cruise Line, and The Producers, A
Chorus Line, George M!, Evita, Hello, Dolly!
(Theatre By The Sea). Love and thanks to the
Wockenfi, Todd, Cheech, Bug, and NP.


GLENN CASALE (Director) Broadway:
Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby (Tony Award
nomination, Best Revival), filmed by A&E (two
Emmy Awards). Off-Broadway: The Property
Known as Garland, Dragapella at Studio
54 (Lortel Award nomination, Outstanding
Musical). International: Disney’s The Little
Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast (Netherlands,
Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, and
Russia). Tours/regional: Doctor Dolittle; Ballroom
starring Tyne Daly and Charles Durning;
Wrestlers starring Mark Harmon and George
Clooney; From the Top starring Carol Burnett;
Camelot starring Michael York; The Prisoner of
Second Avenue with Jason Alexander. TV: The
starring Meredith Baxter, The Wayans
Bros. Glenn is artistic director for the California
Musical Theater in Sacramento.

JOHN MacINNIS (Choreographer) is thrilled
to be working on this production of The Little
Mermaid. He recently choreographed the European
productions currently running in Holland,
Russia, and Japan. He also choreographed
Beauty and the Beast in more than five European
countries, including a touring production
currently running in Spain. In 2011 he served
as associate choreographer of the Tony Award–
winning musical The Book of Mormon. Other
credits include directing and choreographing
the Olympic Medals Ceremonies at the 2010
and 2002 Winter Olympic Games. From 1999 to
2001, he directed and choreographed the Radio
City Christmas Spectacular, including the first
international production in Mexico City.

CRAIG BARNA (Music Director) Broadway/
New York: Peter and the Wolf (Brian Blessed),
Peter Pan (Cathy Rigby), Jesus Christ Superstar
(Ted Neeley/Carl Anderson). National
Tours: Camelot (Michael York/Lou Diamond
Phillips), Cats, Singin’ in the Rain, Grease
(Jack Wagner). Regional: SMC, NSMT, PCLO,
AMTS J, TUTS, Muny. TV: A&E’s Peter Pan,
1999 Tony Awards, The Rosie O’Donnell Show,
The Today Show, CBS This Morning. Concerts:
John Raitt, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Susan
Powell, Carol Channing, Jo Anne Worley, Carol
Cook. Recordings: Good News; Peter Pan; 42nd
Street; Susan Egan: So Far; Debbie Gravitte:
Defying Gravity; and the Musicality Series for
TER Records at Abbey Road studios in the U.K.

ALAN MENKEN (Music) Theater: Newsies
(2012 Tony Award, Best Score), Aladdin,
Leap of Faith, Sister Act, The Little Mermaid,
Beauty and the Beast, A Christmas Carol,
Little Shop of Horrors, Der Glöckner von Notre
Dame, and more. Film scores include Little
Shop of Horrors, The Little Mermaid, Beauty
and the Beast, Newsies, Aladdin, Pocahontas,
The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Enchanted,
Tangled. Awards include eight Oscars (19
nominations), 11 Grammys (including Song of
the Year), seven Golden Globes, Tony (plus four
nominations), Drama Desk, Olivier, and the
2012 Drama League Distinguished Achievement
in Musical Theatre Award, among others.

HOWARD ASHMAN (Lyrics) wrote the
lyrics for the Disney animated films The Little
Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin
(three songs). With composer Alan Menken, he
received two Academy Awards and two Golden
Globes for Best Song (“Beauty and the Beast”
and “Under the Sea”) and four Grammy Awards.
He was author, lyricist, and director of the stage
musical Little Shop of Horrors as well as the
screenwriter for the film adaptation, which
earned an Oscar nomination for Best Song.

GLENN SLATER (Lyrics) Broadway: Leap of
Faith (Tony nomination, Best Musical), Sister
Act (Tony nomination, Best Score), The Little
Mermaid (Tony nomination, Best Score; Grammy
nomination, Best Musical Show Album). West
End: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never
Dies (Olivier nomination, Best Musical). Off
Broadway: Newyorkers. Film: Disney’s Tangled
(Grammy Award, Best Song Written for Visual
Media; Oscar and Golden Globe nominations,
Best Song), Disney’s Home on the Range.

DOUG WRIGHT (Book) Broadway: Hands on
a Hardbody, I Am My Own Wife (Pulitzer Prize,
Tony Award), Grey Gardens (Tony nomination),
The Little Mermaid. Film: Quills, based on his
Obie Award–winning play, nominated for three
Academy Awards. Television: Tony Bennett: An
American Classic. Honors: Benjamin H. Danks
Prize, American Academy of Arts and Letters;
Tolerance Prize, KulturForum Europa; Paul
Selvin Award, Writers Guild of America.

ROBERT V. THURBER (Production Stage
Manager) is happy to be back in Dallas in such
esteemed company. Credits include in NYC: Billy
Crystal’s 700 Sundays (ASM); Children, A Night
at the Alhambra Café, Dinah Was, Now Hear
This!, Avow, Goodwill, and A Good Swift Kick
(all as PSM). Tours: Miss Saigon (PSM), Cabaret
and Les Misérables (both as 1st ASM). Regional
(all PSM): Carry It On with Maureen McGovern
(Two River Theater Company, Red Bank NJ; and
Geva Theatre, Rochester NY); Miss Saigon and
Meet Me In St. Louis (TUTS, Houston); I Love
You You’re Perfect Now Change, The Sunshine
Boys, and Cabaret (John W. Engeman Theatre,
Northport NY); Spoleto Festival USA’s Faustus,
The Last Night; Goodspeed Opera Company
premieres of Actor, Lawyer, Indian Chief and
Silver Dollar; Dennis DeYoung’s The Hunchback
of Notre Dame (Tennessee Repertory Theatre);
and many others from Maine to Arizona. Proud
member of AEA since 1989.

KENNETH FOY (Scenic Design) Broadway:
Candida starring Joanne Woodward, Macbeth
with Nicol Williamson, Annie, An Evening with
Jerry Herman, Gypsy (dir. Arthur Laurents),
and more. National/international: My Fair
Lady, Bombay Dreams, Doctor Dolittle, White
Christmas, The Sound of Music, The King
and I, Disney’s High School Musical and
High School Musical 2. Metropolitan Opera,
Houston Grand Opera, La Scala, Radio City,
Six Flags, Busch Gardens, Ringling Bros. and
Barnum & Bailey Circus.

AMY CLARK (Costume Design) Chaplin
(Broadway, Barrymore); On Your Toes (City
Center Encores!); Other Desert Cities (Pittsburgh
Public Theater); Lord of the Flies and The North
Pool (Barrington Stage); Show Boat (Goodspeed);
Monster at the Door (Alley Theatre). Awarded
the 2012 Theater Hall of Fame Emerging Artists
Fellowship. Currently designing Ringling Bros.
and Barnum & Bailey Circus.

MARK KOSS (Costume Design) California
Musical Theater: Disney’s The Little Mermaid,
Fiddler on the Roof, The Producers, directed by
Glenn Casale. Other credits include San Francisco
Playhouse’s Animals Out of Paper and
Dead Man’s Cell Phone; Shotgun Players’ The
Threepenny Opera; SF Shakespeare Festival’s
Pericles; and Ray of Light Theatre’s The Who’s
Tommy (BAT CC Award). M.F.A., NYU Tisch.

CHARLIE MORRISON (Lighting Design)
NYC: Groovaloo, Grinch (MSG). National/
international: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Miss
Saigon, Aida, Guys and Dolls, My Fair Lady,
The King and I, Gypsy, 42nd Street, Smokey Joe’s
Cafe, The Who’s Tommy, Titanic, The Music
Man, many others. Regional: Goodspeed, Shakespeare
Theatre (DC), Seattle Rep, Paper Mill,
George Street, TUTS, KC Starlight, many others.
Two Helen Hayes Awards. cmlighting.com.

RANDY HANSEN (Soundscape Adaptation) is
Paper Mill Playhouse’s resident sound designer.
Over the past 25 years, he has designed hundreds
of musicals, plays and live events all over the
country. He is the president of Audible Difference,
Inc., and is married to actress Alix Korey.

LEAH J. LOUKAS (Hair & Wig Design)
Broadway: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and
Spike, American Idiot, Irena’s Vow. Shakespeare
in the Park: Into the Woods. Off-Broadway: Bare,
Checkers, Murder in the First, Carrie, Tribes,
The Dance and the Railroad. Paper Mill Play
House: The Sound of Music. Associate Designer:
Motown. Thanks and love to her Family!

Design) Makeup design/consulting/artist for
various New York and regional productions
in theater, film, and print. Recent makeup
design/ consultations: On Your Toes (NY City
Center Encores!), Bride (Lone Wolf Tribe), Les
Misérables (Signature Theatre, Arlington, VA).
M.F.A./costume design, University of Maryland,
College Park. anamariesalamat.com

PAUL RUBIN (Flying Sequence Choreographer)
Broadway: Wicked, Peter Pan with Cathy
Rigby, Curtains with David Hyde Pierce, The
Pirate Queen, Frozen, The Green Bird, Kiss
Me Kate, Dance of the Vampires, Fiddler on the
Roof, and Saturday Night Fever. Off-Broadway:
Angels in America, Edward the Second, and Prisoner
of the Crown. International: Disney’s The
Little Mermaid (Holland, Moscow, Tokyo) and
Spamolot. TheFlyGuy.com Twitter: @theflyguy

Manager) Broadway: Spider-Man: Turn Off
the Dark, Anything Goes, Bye Bye Birdie, The
Drowsy Chaperone, 25th Annual…Spelling Bee.
NY Philharmonic/Live from Lincoln Center
(PBS): Carousel, Camelot, My Fair Lady. Graduate
of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Andrea Cibelli (Assistant Stage
Manager). Tours: West Side Story, Spring
Awakening, White Christmas. Paper Mill
Playhouse: world premiere of Honeymoon in
Vegas, The Sound of Music, Thoroughly Modern
Millie, Hairspray, Smokey Joe’s Café, The Full
Monty, Steel Magnolias, Seven Brides for Seven
Brothers, Nutcracker. International: West Side
Story in Japan, Race for Love in China. Regional:
Dreamgirls, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.
Other credits include Monkey: Journey to the
West, Lincoln Center Festival, Jazz at Lincoln
Center. Graduate of Drew University.

Michael A. Jenkins (Producer) serves
as president and managing director of the
Dallas Summer Musicals, Inc., which produces
and presents more than 20 productions annually.
Jenkins has produced national tours of
Annie Get Your Gun, Flower Drum Song, The
Music Man, South Pacific, My Fair Lady, and
Brooklyn and—for Broadway—Boeing Boeing
(Tony), Jay Johnson: The Two and Only (Tony),
Memphis (Tony), Priscilla Queen of the Desert,
Legally Blonde, among others. Bonnie and
Clyde was his 124th production and his current
productions in New York are Matilda, Kinky
Boots (Tony), Cinderella, and The Christmas
Story. Jenkins is developing the one-woman play
All About Bette for the 2014 season. Jenkins
currently serves on the NAMT Board and is an
active member of The Broadway League and the
Independent Producers Network. In addition,
Jenkins is president of LARC, Inc., a design/
consulting firm for the entertainment industry.

Dallas Summer Musicals (Producer)
is the largest producer of live theatrical entertainment
in the Southwest, the second oldest summer
theatre organization in the United States, and the
sixth largest nonprofit theatre company in the
nation. DSM has been entertaining North Texas
audiences with the finest in live musical theatre
entertainment since 1941. This year DSM is
celebrating its 74th season. DSM has a 147
million dollar economic impact for the City of
Dallas annually and has presented 505 National
Tours with 651 productions in 74 years. DSM
has presented more than 11,000 performances in
74 seasons, entertaining more than 23,000,000
people. Dallas Summer Musicals is the winner of
four Tony Awards and two Drama Desk Awards.

David Hamlin is currently the director
of production for Dallas Summer Musicals.
He studied music at the Interlochen School
in Michigan, and continued his education at
Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
In the early 1980s, Hamlin was a part of the
prestigious Solid Gold Dancers. David has also
worked as a production and marketing manager
for MCA/Universal Studios, ABC Television,
and as director for Tremaine Conventions. Prior
to moving to Dallas he spent 10 years as head of
business affairs for East of Doheny producing
film and Broadway projects. Broadway credits
include Grey Gardens, Chitty Chitty Bang
Bang, The Good Body, ‘night Mother, Match,
Look of Love, and Sweet Smell of Success.


Plan Your Trip

The first step in planning your trip to the Music Hall is to buy your tickets. Next you will need directions to the Music Hall and parking information. You could also skip both of those and take the DART green line to the Fair Park station close to the Music Hall.

For a nice meal before your performance we recommend M Dining at the Music Hall or perhaps a nearby restaurant. Dining at the Music Hall serves a sumptuous buffet before each performance. Reservations are recommended, but not required; call 214-413-3940.

If you are coming from out of town, you might also want to choose from a nearby hotel.

We hope you enjoy your trip to the Music Hall at Fair Park! Enjoy the show!