"'BROOKLYNITE' IS A GOOFILY ENDEARING, SLYLY FUNNY NEW MUSICAL!"
- The New York Times

Past Productions

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WITH ANDREW CALL, GERARD CANONICO, MAX CHERNIN, NICK CHOKSI, NICK CORDERO, MATT DOYLE, CARLA DUREN, ANN HARADA, JOHN-MICHAEL LYLES, GRACE MCLEAN, TOM ALAN ROBBINS, NICOLETTE ROBINSON, REMY ZAKEN

This electrifying world-premiere musical helmed by director Michael Mayer (HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, SPRING AWAKENING), with music and lyrics by Peter Lerman (winner of the Jonathan Larson Award), book by Peter Lerman and Michael Mayer, and choreography by Steven Hoggett (ONCE, AMERICAN IDIOT) will be a must-see theatrical event. In BROOKLYNITE, Trey Swieskowski is an idealistic hardware store clerk who dreams of becoming a superhero. Astrolass, Brooklyn’s most celebrated superhero, is determined to throw in the cape and live like a normal Brooklynite. When they meet they hatch a plan that will change their lives forever.  But can they save Brooklyn when it suddenly teeters on the brink of disaster? BROOKLYNITE is inspired by the real Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company located in Park Slope, with characters created by Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman.



“‘BROOKLYNITE’ IS A GOOFILY ENDEARING, SLYLY FUNNY NEW MUSICAL!

Peter Lerman’s songs are infectious. The performers embrace their characters with gusto. Nicolette Robinson sparkles! Matt Doyle acts with winning conviction.”
- Charles Isherwood, The New York Times


“BROOKLYNITE’ IS AN IRRESISTIBLE NEW MUSICAL! IT HAS GIDDINESS, CLEVERNESS, HEART AND SLY HUMOR.

It’s hard not to cheer the debut of Robinson, who has enough vocal skill, crime-kicking beauty and acting grace to make your knees weak.”
- Mark Kennedy, Associated Press


“‘BROOKLYNITE’ FLEXES A STRONG COMIC MUSCLE! GIDDY, WITH A RAMBUCTIOUS, PUPPYLIKE ENERGY!”

- Elisabeth Vicentelli, New York Post


“DELIGHTFUL!

The excellent ensemble makes this fantasy Brooklyn an enjoyable escape on a wintry Manhattan day.”
- Miriam Felton-Dansky, The Village Voice


“HIGHLY AMUSING!

The writing is comedically sure. Lerman’s score sounds wholly original and at times majestic.”
- Matthew Murray, Talkin’ Broadway


“Cordero is delightful, as is the veteran Ann Harada. Doyle is sweet and disarming, and Robinson is fantastic.”

- Alexis Soloski, The Guardian


“The score by Peter Lerman is bright and bouncy.”

- Joe Dziemianowicz, New York Daily News

Brooklynite

January 30 - March 29, 2015

Book by Michael Mayer and Peter Lerman
Music and Lyrics by Peter Lerman
Based on characters created by Michael Chabon & Ayelet Waldman
Choreography by Steven Hoggett
Directed by Michael Mayer
WITH ANDREW CALL, GERARD CANONICO, MAX CHERNIN, NICK CHOKSI, NICK CORDERO, MATT DOYLE, CARLA DUREN, ANN HARADA, JOHN-MICHAEL LYLES, GRACE MCLEAN, TOM ALAN ROBBINS, NICOLETTE ROBINSON, REMY ZAKEN
This electrifying world-premiere musical helmed by director Michael Mayer (HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, SPRING AWAKENING), with music and lyrics by Peter Lerman (winner of the Jonathan Larson Award), book by Peter Lerman and Michael Mayer, and choreography by Steven Hoggett (ONCE, AMERICAN IDIOT) will be a must-see theatrical event. In BROOKLYNITE, Trey Swieskowski is an idealistic hardware store clerk who dreams of becoming a superhero. Astrolass, Brooklyn’s most celebrated superhero, is determined to throw in the cape and live like a normal Brooklynite. When they meet they hatch a plan that will change their lives forever.  But can they save Brooklyn when it suddenly teeters on the brink of disaster? BROOKLYNITE is inspired by the real Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company located in Park Slope, with characters created by Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman.

"'BROOKLYNITE' IS A GOOFILY ENDEARING, SLYLY FUNNY NEW MUSICAL!

Peter Lerman’s songs are infectious. The performers embrace their characters with gusto. Nicolette Robinson sparkles! Matt Doyle acts with winning conviction." - Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

"BROOKLYNITE' IS AN IRRESISTIBLE NEW MUSICAL! IT HAS GIDDINESS, CLEVERNESS, HEART AND SLY HUMOR.

It's hard not to cheer the debut of Robinson, who has enough vocal skill, crime-kicking beauty and acting grace to make your knees weak.” - Mark Kennedy, Associated Press

"'BROOKLYNITE' FLEXES A STRONG COMIC MUSCLE! GIDDY, WITH A RAMBUCTIOUS, PUPPYLIKE ENERGY!"

- Elisabeth Vicentelli, New York Post

"DELIGHTFUL!

The excellent ensemble makes this fantasy Brooklyn an enjoyable escape on a wintry Manhattan day." - Miriam Felton-Dansky, The Village Voice

"HIGHLY AMUSING!

The writing is comedically sure. Lerman’s score sounds wholly original and at times majestic." - Matthew Murray, Talkin’ Broadway

"Cordero is delightful, as is the veteran Ann Harada. Doyle is sweet and disarming, and Robinson is fantastic."

- Alexis Soloski, The Guardian

"The score by Peter Lerman is bright and bouncy."

- Joe Dziemianowicz, New York Daily News

Andrew Call

Broadway: ROCK OF AGES, AMERICAN IDIOT, GLORY DAYS, CRY-BABY, HIGH FIDELITY. Off-Broadway: FOUND THE MUSICAL, ALTAR BOYZ.

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Gerard Canonico

Broadway: SPRING AWAKENING (OBC), AMERICAN IDIOT (OBC), LES MISÉRABLES (’99). Off-Broadway: BARE THE MUSICAL, THE TALLS. Film: Stuck (2015), Not Fade Away (2012), Boy Wonder (2010). Regional: A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Madison Square Garden 2000, 2001), THE KING AND I (Papermill Playhouse). Gerard also works as a freelance musician (Drums/Guitar) in New York City.

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Max Chernin

Off-Broadway debut. Credits include: BRIGHT STAR (Old Globe), WORLD FAMOUS (TNC). Readings: BROOKLYNITE (NYSAF), SHEILA LEVINE... (Vineyard), DARLING (Weston Playhouse), THE UNDERCLASSMAN (Prospect Theatre Co.), PIED! and FALL SPRINGS (Ars Nova). Various concerts at Town Hall, Joe’s Pub & 54 Below. CCM Alum.

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Nick Choksi

New York: NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 (Ars Nova/Kazino), BUNTY BERMAN PRESENTS (New Group), INVASION! (The Flea/PlayCo), Annie Baker’s PRACTICE (Atlantic Theater Company), Rajiv Joseph’s HUCK AND HOLDEN (Cherry Lane Theatre), Christopher Durang’s TRIPLE TROUBLE WITH LOVE (59E59 Theaters), A FOOD ODYSSEY (Invisible Dog, also composed). Regional: Royal Shakespeare Company’s LOVE'S LABOR'S LOST (Shakespeare Theater D.C.). Film/TV: Home, Violet & Daisy, “Happyish,” “Royal Pains,” “L&O:CI,” “The Sopranos,” “The Electric Company,” “One Life To Life” (recurring). Training: Juilliard. Band: Those Lost Boys.

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Nick Cordero

Broadway: BULLETS OVER BROADWAY (Tony, Drama Desk nominations, Outer Critics Circle, Theater World awards), ROCK OF AGES. Off-Broadway: THE TOXIC AVENGER. Film/TV: Killer Set (2B Films), “Lilyhammer” (Netflix), “Queer As Folk” (Showtime).

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Matt Doyle

Broadway: THE BOOK OF MORMON (Elder Price), WAR HORSE (Billy Narracott), SPRING AWAKENING (Hanschen), BYE BYE BIRDIE (Hugo Peabody). National Tour: SPRING AWAKENING (Melchior). Off-Broadway: JASPER IN DEADLAND (Jasper). Regional: GIANT at Dallas Theater Center (Jordy Jr). Film/TV: “Gossip Girl” (Jonathan), Private Romeo (Glenn). Recordings: Bare (Peter). Matt’s solo EPs, Daylight and Constant (co-written by Will Van Dyke), are available on iTunes. Attended The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

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Carla Duren

Broadway: HAIRSPRAY, 110 IN THE SHADE. Off-Broadway: THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE. Regional: Robert Wilson’s ZINNIAS: THE LIFE OF CLEMENTINE HUNTER, RUINED (LaJolla Playhouse, Huntington Theatre, Berkeley Rep, SFBATCC award), IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU (George Street Playhouse). Film: Maid in Manhattan, Dave Chappelle’s Block Party. Her album, BlackFolkRockStar is on iTunes and carladuren.com.

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Ann Harada

Ann Harada originated the role of Christmas Eve and appeared in The Vineyard, Broadway and London productions of AVENUE Q and spent two years as stepsister Charlotte in RODGERS + HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA. Other Broadway: 9 TO 5, LES MISÉRABLES (revival), SEUSSICAL, M. BUTTERFLY. Her solo concert was featured in Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series in 2014. Film: The Nest (alt. title: Sisters), Admission, Hope Springs, The Art of Getting By, Feel, Happiness. TV includes: “Smash” (recurring as Linda, the Stage Manager), “The Big C,” “Lipstick Jungle,” “30 Rock.”

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John-Michael Lyles

Off-Broadway: JASPER IN DEADLAND (Prospect), ANGELINA BALLERINA: HOLIDAY (Vital), REMARKABLE ROOMING HOUSE OF MADAME LEMONDE (La MaMa). Workshops: A BRONX TALE, GLORYANA, WE FOXES, FALL SPRINGS. Concerts: On The Rocks Music of Gomez & Lyles (Don’t Tell Mama), Rated RSO: College Edition (Joe’s Pub).

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Grace McLean

BEDBUGS!!! (Carly), THE WORLD IS ROUND (BAM), NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812, SLEEP NO MORE, LA MAMA CANTATA (La MaMa New York and Spoleto, Italy; Zagreb, Croatia; Belgrade, Serbia), FROM THE FIRE (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011, MTM Best New Musical), THE LAST GOODBYE (WTF 2010), TWELVE OPHELIAS (Woodshed Collective), Grace McLean Lives in Concert (Flea Theater, Ars Nova, Joe’s Pub). Grace McLean & Them Apples’ original music available on iTunes.

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Tom Alan Robbins

Broadway: original casts of: THE LION KING (Pumbaa), IS HE DEAD? (Dutchy), SUNSET BOULEVARD, JEROME ROBBINS BROADWAY, THREEPENNY OPERA, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS. Other Broadway: NEWSIES. Denver Center: THE WHALE (Charlie, World Premiere). Off-Broadway: ON THE VERGE (New York Premiere), ISN'T IT ROMANTIC, THE CRADLE WILL ROCK, THE RISE AND RISE OF DANIEL ROCKET, HENRY V (Public Theatre), KING LEAR (Cornwall). Tours: LES MISÉRABLES (Thenardier), FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (Tevye), THE PRODUCERS (Franz). Other Theatres: MUSIC IN THE AIR, PARDONG MY ENGLISH, TENDERLOIN (Encores), MY NAME IS ASHER LEV (Cleveland Playhouse). Training: The Juilliard School, The Acting Company.

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Nicolette Robinson

Off-Broadway debut! Regional: WITNESS UGANDA (The American Repertory Theater). TV: Recurring on Showtime’s Golden Globe Award-winning series “The Affair,” “Hart of Dixie,” “Unforgettable,” “Perfect Couples,” “Cold Case.” Princess Grace Award Winner for Theater and a graduate of UCLA’s School of Theater, Film, & Television.

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Remy Zaken

Favorite credits: Broadway: SPRING AWAKENING (OBC, Thea). Off-Broadway: THE ANTHEM (Hera), FRECKLEFACE STRAWBERRY (title role), SPRING AWAKENING, CAPTAIN LOUIE, RADIANT BABY. Regional: A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN (Goodspeed, Connecticut Critics Circle Award), A LITTLE PRINCESS. Workshops: HOME STREET HOME (NOFX musical), BRIGHT STAR (Steve Martin musical), SOME LOVERS (Burt Bacharach musical), FIRST LOVE (with Eve Plumb), MY MOTHER, MY SISTER, & ME (with Valerie Harper). Film/TV: Sing Along (short), “Gossip Girl,” “Law and Order,” “It Could Be Worse.” Columbia University (BA in psychology).

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Peter Lerman

Peter Lerman (Book, Music & Lyrics) is making his Off-Broadway debut with BROOKLYNITE. He has written THE SACRED HARP, a musical which was presented at the Disney/ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop and the Musical Theatre Factory. For his work in theater, Peter has won the Stephen Sondheim Young Artist Citation Award, a Dramatists Guild Fellowship, the Jonathan Larson Award from the American Theatre Wing, and the Kennedy Center-ACTF Musical Theater Award. Peter has written music for television including the Emmy Award-winning comedy “Modern Family” on ABC. He is a graduate of Columbia University where he wrote music and lyrics for the Columbia Varsity Show.

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Michael Mayer

Michael Mayer (Book, Director) is very happy to be back at The Vineyard where he started working 20 years ago as the first recipient of the Daryl Roth Creative Spirit Award. He is currently represented on Broadway with the Tony Award-winning Best Revival, HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH. He received the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards for his production of SPRING AWAKENING, which also played in London, Vienna, Tokyo, and Seoul. His other Broadway credits include: AMERICAN IDIOT (Drama Desk Award for Direction); EVERYDAY RAPTURE; SIDE MAN (Tony Award/Best Play); THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE (Tony Award/Best Musical); A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE (Tony Award/Best Revival); YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN; and TRIUMPH OF LOVE. National Tours: ANGELS IN AMERICA; THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE; SPRING AWAKENING; CHARLIE BROWN; and AMERICAN IDIOT. Feature films: A HOME AT THE END OF THE WORLD and FLICKA. Television credits include: “Smash” (Pilot) and “Alpha House” for Amazon Prime. He made his Metropolitan Opera debut with a celebrated new production of RIGOLETTO. He serves on the Board of New York Stage and Film.

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Steven Hoggett

Steven Hoggett (Choreography) Recent choreography/movement direction credits include THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT TIME (Broadway/West End/National Theatre); THE LAST SHIP (Broadway); LET THE RIGHT ONE IN (National Theatre of Scotland/Royal Court/West End/St. Ann’s Warehouse); ROCKY THE MUSICAL (Broadway); THE GLASS MENAGERIE (American Repertory Theatre/Broadway); Green Day’s AMERICAN IDIOT (Broadway); PETER & THE STARCATCHER (Broadway, Lucille Lortel Award – Outstanding Choreography) and ONCE (Broadway, Lucille Lortel Award – Outstanding Choreography); RIGOLETTO (Metropolitan Opera); THE FULL MONTY (Sheffield Lyceum/ West End); DR DEE (Manchester International Festival/ENO). He was Associate Director/Choreographer on BLACK WATCH for National Theatre Scotland (Olivier Award – Best Choreographer); THE LIGHT PRINCESS, DIDO QUEEN OF CARTHAGE, THE HOTHOUSE AND MARKET BOY (National Theatre); HUNTER, 365, THE BACCHAE and THE WOLVES IN THE WALLS (with Improbable at National Theatre of Scotland). He was founding artistic director of Frantic Assembly Theatre Company, where his credits included LITTLE DOGS (with National Theatre Wales), LOVESONG, BEAUTIFUL BURNOUT, OTHELLO (TMA Award – Best Director), STOCKHOLM, POOL (NO WATER) and DIRTY WONDERLAND. As a director, his work includes WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT for NYTW. His film work includes How To Train Your Dragon 2 (Dreamworks). With Scott Graham, he co-wrote The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre (Routledge).

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Kimberly Grigsby

Kimberly Grigsby (Music Director) Broadway: SPIDERMAN: TURN OFF THE DARK; SPRING AWAKENING; LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA; CAROLINE, OR CHANGE; THE FULL MONTY; YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN; TWELFTH NIGHT (music by Jeanine Tesori). Off-Broadway: THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE; HERE LIES LOVE; CORALINE; MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN; SONGS FROM AN UNMADE BED; TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA; THE IMMIGRANT; RADIANT BABY. Other collaborations include ORPHAN OF ZHAO; MY LIFE IS A FAIRY TALE at Lincoln Center Festival (both with lyrics and music by Stephin Merritt); and the premiere of Tesori’s THE LION, THE UNICORN AND ME for Washington National Opera.

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Donyale Werle

Donyale Werle (Scenic Design) Broadway: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER (2012 Tony Award), BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON (2011 Tony nom), ALLEGIANCE (upcoming). Off-Broadway: Encores Off-Center: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, THE NEW BRAIN, THE WILD PARTY, TICK, TICK, BOOM!, FAUST, PUMP BOYS AND DINETTES (City Center), THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA McBRIDE (upcoming-MCC), TOO MUCH SUN (Vineyard), THE EXPLORER'S CLUB (MTC), BROKE-OLGY (Lincoln Center), THE NORTH POOL (Vineyard), BARE (New World Stages), TAMING OF THE SHREW (Theater for a New Audience), JOLLYSHIP THE WHIZBANG (Ars Nova). Regional: SOMEHWERE (Hartford Stage), ONCE ON THIS ISLAND (Papermill Playhouse), THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA McBRIDE (Denver Center), ALLEGIANCE, THE MUSICAL, ROCKY HORROR (The Old Globe). Awards: Tony, Obie, Lucille Lortel, Hewes Design Awards and Outer Critic’s Circle and Drama Desk nominations. Affiliations: Co-chair of the Pre/Post Production Committee for the Broadway Green Alliance. Wingspace Theatrical Design Collective. Donyale speaks nationally and internationally on sustainable design practices for theater.

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Andrea Lauer

Andrea Lauer (Costume Design) is a costume/set designer and stylist, as well as a multimedia artist working with clothing and interactive, responsive technologies. Her recent design credits include Broadway’s BRING IT ON, AMERICAN IDIOT (Broadway and touring productions), STREB’s: Forces and the 2012 London Cultural Olympiad, in addition to theatrical, dance, and opera productions in New York and around the country. Lauer is also a stylist for various artists, musicians and publications. Her work can be seen in Rolling Stone, Vogue, Interview, OUT Magazine, the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, the Tony Awards, red carpet events, music videos, and promo shoots.

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Kevin Adams

Kevin Adams (Lighting Design) Vineyard: THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS, others. Broadway: HEDWIG (Tony Award), AMERICAN IDIOT (Tony Award), SPRING AWAKENING (Tony Award), THE 39 STEPS (Tony Award), EVERYDAY RAPTURE, HANDS ON A HARDBODY, NEXT TO NORMAL (Tony nom), HAIR (Tony nom), PASSING STRANGE, A CLASS ACT, TAKE ME OUT, MAN AND BOY, HEDDA GABLER. Solo shows for John Leguizamo, Eve Ensler, Eric Bogosian, Anna Deveare Smith, Sandra Bernhard. Off-Broadway includes: SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF, HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, CARRIE, RENT, PETER AND JERRY, THE INTELLIGENT HOMOSEXUAL'S GUIDE..., THE ILLUSION, SOME MEN, BETTY'S SUMMER VACATION, THE DONKEY SHOW. Also: RIGOLETTO (Metropolitan Opera), CANDIDE (Lincoln Center), Donmar Warehouse, Steppenwolf Theatre, Yale Rep, NY City Opera, Blue Man Group (Las Vegas, Hollywood Bowl, North American tour, Berlin), Audra McDonald at Joe’s Pub, Town Hall and Lincoln Center. For his work Off-Broadway he has received two Lucille Lortel Awards and an Obie for Sustained Excellence.

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Kai Harada

Kai Harada (Sound Design) Designs include LITTLE DANCER (Kennedy Center); ON THE TOWN (Broadway); FOLLIES (Drama Desk and Tony Award nominations); FUN HOME (Drama Desk nomination); FIRST DATE (Broadway); MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET; ZORRO (Moscow, Atlanta); HINTERM HORIZONT (Berlin); PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Portland Opera); SHE LOVES ME (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); FIRST YOU DREAM (Kennedy Center); RENT (5th Avenue Theatre); and BARBIE LIVE!. Associate design credits to Tony Meola include A CHRISTMAS CAROL; Disney’s DER GLOCKNER VON NOTRE DAME; KISS ME, KATE; and WICKED. Audio Consultant for HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH on Broadway. Education: Yale University.

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Andrew Lazarow

Andrew Lazarow (Video and Projection Design) Most recently designed Andrew Lippa’s I AM HARVEY MILK at Lincoln Center, and workshopped a new project with Caryl Churchill and Mark-Wing Davey. Other projects include Daniel Fish’s installation ETERNAL, Fish’s HOUSE FOR SALE, and arena events for His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Andrew has been recognized by Apple for “Outstanding Achievement in Film” and recently received a grant from Google to develop new approaches to interactive video at NYU’s Tisch, where he also teaches.

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Johanna McKeon

Johanna McKeon (Associate Director) Broadway: HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, AMERICAN IDIOT, GREY GARDENS. Broadway Tours: AMERICAN IDIOT, RENT. Directing credits include TOKIO CONFIDENTIAL (Atlantic Stage 2), I HAVE LOVED STRANGERS (Clubbed Thumb), COMEDY OF ERRORS, SCHMOOZY TOGETHERNESS (Williamstown Theatre Festival), THE RISE AND FALL OF ANNIE HALL, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, CYMBELINE (Vineyard Playhouse), THE MOSCOWS OF NANTUCKET (Nantucket Theater Workshop), SEMI-PERMANENT (NY Fringe Festival Award, Outstanding Solo Show), FUNCTIONAL DRUNK (Ontological-Hysteric Theater), HATFUL OF RAIN (ITS Festival, Warsaw). Recent Musical Development Workshops: GOLDEN MOTORS (Derek Bermel and Wendy Walters), ROSIE! (Music by Larry Gatlin), BIEDERMAN’S MATCH (Book by Beau Willimon). Guest Faculty: Bard College, Strasberg Institute. Fellowships: Drama League, Boris Sagal and Fulbright. MFA, UT Austin.

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Jim Carnahan, C.S.A.

Jim Carnahan, C.S.A. (Casting) Roundabout’s Director of Artistic Development. Roundabout: ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE REAL THING, CABARET, VIOLET, MACHINAL, WINSLOW BOY, BIG KNIFE, DRROD, CYRANO, HARVEY, ANYTHING GOES, IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, SUNDAY IN THE PARK…, PAJAMA GAME, 12 ANGRY MEN, ASSASSINS, NINE, BIG RIVER. Other Broadway: CONSTELLATIONS, THE RIVER, YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, ROCKY, GLASS MENAGERIE, ONCE, MATILDA, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, MOUNTAINTOP, CLEAR DAY…, JERUSALEM, ARCADIA, SCOTTSBORO BOYS, AMERICAN IDIOT, A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE, THE SEAGULL, BOEING-BOEING, SPRING AWAKENING, PILLOWMAN, TRUE WEST. Film: Home at the End of the World, Flicka. TV: “Glee” (Emmy nom.)

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Lisa Iacucci

Lisa Iacucci (Production Stage Manager) Broadway: HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER, WAR HORSE, CONTACT, NOT ABOUT NIGHTINGALES, EPIC PROPORTIONS. SF/Boston Tour: THE 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE. Not Broadway: Shows at Lincoln Center Theater, The Public, Vineyard Theatre, NYTW, NYSAF, Second Stage, MTC, ART, REDCAT, The Kennedy Center, Spoleto Festival USA, Manchester International Festival, Théâtre du Châtelet, Royal Opera House.

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Howard Tilkin

Howard Tilkin (Assistant Stage Manager): Vineyard Theatre: NOW. HERE. THIS.; CHECKERS. Broadway: OF MICE AND MEN, HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, LUCKY GUY. Off-Broadway: PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE (Public: Mobile Shakespeare Unit), SWEENEY TODD (New York Philharmonic), 3 KINDS OF EXILE AND DREAMS OF FALLING (Atlantic Theater Company), DOMESTICATED (Lincoln Center Theater), Lincoln Center Director’s Lab, CLOSE UP SPACE (Manhattan Theatre Club), Bridge Project: AS YOU LIKE IT/THE TEMPEST (Brooklyn Academy of Music). National Tour: FLASHDANCE, THE MUSICAL. Education: NYU Tisch—Production and Design Studio.

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Brooklynite Production Calendar

JANUARY 30 - MARCH 22, 2015

Tuesday - Wednesday at 7pm | Thursday - Saturday at 8pm | Saturday - Sunday at 3pm CLICK HERE for complete calendar.

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Nicolette Robinson Photo by Carol Rosegg
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From left to right: Nick Cordero, Grace McLean, Nicolette Robinson, Andrew Call, Gerard Canonico Photo by Carol Rosegg
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Matt Doyle Photo by Carol Rosegg
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Nick Cordero (foreground), Gerard Canonico, Grace McLean Photo by Carol Rosegg
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Nicolette Robinson and Matt Doyle Photo by Carol Rosegg
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From left to right: Remy Zaken, Nick Cordero, Nick Choksi, Max Chernin Photo by Carol Rosegg
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From left to right: Gerard Canonico, Andrew Call, Grace McLean Photo by Carol Rosegg
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The cast of BROOKLYNITE Photo by Carol Rosegg
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Nick Cordero and Nicolette Robinson Photo by Carol Rosegg
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Matt Doyle Photo by Carol Rosegg
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Andrew Call and Grace McLean Photo by Carol Rosegg
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The cast of BROOKLYNITE Photo by Carol Rosegg
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From left to right: Matt Doyle, Ann Harada, Tom Alan Robbins, Grace McLean, and Andrew Call. Photo by Carol Rosegg
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Matt Doyle and Nicolette Robinson Photo by Carol Rosegg
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BROOKLYNITE Review Quotes

"'BROOKLYNITE' IS A GOOFILY ENDEARING, SLYLY FUNNY NEW MUSICAL!

Peter Lerman’s songs are infectious. The performers embrace their characters with gusto. Nicolette Robinson sparkles! Matt Doyle acts with winning conviction." - Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

"BROOKLYNITE' IS AN IRRESISTIBLE NEW MUSICAL! IT HAS GIDDINESS, CLEVERNESS, HEART AND SLY HUMOR.

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