Conservatory alum Christopher Gurr portrays Senator Strom Thurman in Robert Schenkkan's play All The Way. The production portrays the ambitious and exciting life of President Lyndon Baines Johnson. The play is centered around the year 1964: "A pivotal year in American history—a landmark civil rights bill was passed, America began its involvement in Vietnam...and one man sat at the center of it all, determined to lift the country out of the ashes and rebuild it into The Great Society—by any means necessary."
Alum Kevin Worley is a part of the company for Bullets Over Broadway: The Musical. Adapted from Woody Allen's film, and directed by Susan Stroman, the production stars Zach Braff.
Alum Michael James Scott returns to Broadway in the new musical Aladdin. Michael had a long run as the "maggots guy" in The Book of Mormon. Before that he was in the acclaimed production of Hair.
Alum Johnny Kinnaird appears as Johnny Cash at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York City. Johnny played Cash on Broadway in Million Dollar Quartet.
Alum Matt Huffman is the Producer of the documentary When My Sorrow Died: The Legend of Armen Ra & The Theremin. "Theremin master Armen Ra recounts his dynamic journey in this life-spanning documentary that mixes rare concert performances, candid interviews, and archive material with the magical power of music."
Alum Cody Renard Richard serves as the Assistant Stage Manager for the new Broadway musical After Midnight. After Midnight celebrates the glamour and exuberance of Harlem's Golden Age, staring Grammy Award Winner Fantasia.
Leonard Directs Edges
Directing alum Daren Leonard helmed Chicago's Circle Theatre of Edges. Edges is a musical revue written by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.