ALAN SOUZA (Director) is happy to be back at Drury Lane, having led the 2014 production of Camelot. He has also directed both plays and musicals in NYC and, regionally, at Drury Lane/Chicago, Laguna Playhouse, New Jersey Repertory, Arkansas Repertory, Walnut Street Theatre, Olney Theatre, The New Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Syracuse Stage, 3-D Theatricals, Human Race Theatre Company, Texas Shakespeare Festival, and the John W. Engeman Theater at Northport, among others. He has been nominated for the Carbonell Award and has received multiple Edgerton Foundation Grants for new works. Alan has directed original benefit performances on Broadway for the Actors Fund of America and the Christopher Reeve Foundation. He is also a frequent Guest Artist in University Drama Programs throughout the Country and a faculty member for the Broadway Dreams Foundation.
GRADY M. BOWMAN (Choreographer)Credits include The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show (Off-Broadway), My Fair Lady (Olney Theatre), A Night With Janis Joplin (Capital Rep/Barter Theatre/ Laguna Playhouse), Grease (Gateway Playhouse), Beauty and the Beast (Northern Stage), Godspell (Pace University), and Jesus Christ Superstar (Cape Fear Regional Theatre). He has also choreographed two original contemporary works on students at NC School of the Arts. Associate Director/Choreographer credits include Dogfight (Second Stage Theatre), In Your Arms (The Old Globe), A Night With Janis Joplin (Capital Rep/Barter Theatre/Laguna Playhouse), The Great American Mousical (Goodspeed Opera House), and Top Hat (NY Developmental Lab). www.gradymcleodbowman.com
ALAN BUKOWIECKI (Music Director/Co-Music Arranger/Conductor) National Tours: The Book of Mormon (Music Director), Hair (Associate Conductor); Off-Broadway: Dr. Sex; Chicago: Music Director of Dee Snider’s Rock and Roll Christmas Tale, Altar Boyz, and I Love Lucy Live on Stage (Broadway Playhouse). At Drury Lane: Music Director of Bye Bye Birdie, The Little Mermaid and Sleeping Beauty, Conductor of Hazel and Beaches, and a memorable summer ON stage playing the role of L.M. in Pump Boys and Dinettes. Alan is a two-time Jeff Citation recipient with an M.A. from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
KEVIN DEPINET (Scenic Designer) Kevin Depinet returns to the Drury Lane where he has designed over fifteen shows. He has designed for the Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Paramount Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Court Theatre, Writers Theatre, Drury Lane Theatre, Chicago Children’s Theatre, Denver Center Theatre Company, Arden Theatre Company, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Glimmerglass Opera, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, American Players Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre and The Mark Taper Forum. Broadway credits include associate designer for August: Osage County, The Motherf**ker with the Hat and Of Mice and Men. National tours credits include Camelot and Ragtime. Mr. Depinet has also designed for the National Theatre of Great Britain in London, the Discovery Channel, Netflix, 21st Century Fox and Disney.
RYAN PARK (Costume Designer) Select NYC Productions: Simon Dawes Becomes a Planet (Time Shared Productions) Twelfth Night, The Picture of Dorian Gray (Sonnet Rep) Night Time Traffic, Fingers and Toe (NYMF) Associate Design: Warpaint, The King and I (LCT) Film: Are You Joking? (The Battery Co.) Sign (Iris Prize) 2016 NBC Upfronts, 2017 Robin Hood Foundation Gala Touring: A Charlie Brown Christmas Live! (Gershwin Entertainment)
LEE FISKNESS (Lighting Designer) Credits include: Chicago (Jeff Nominated), Hazel, White Christmas, Billy Elliot, Camelot (Jeff Nominated), Young Frankenstein (Drury Lane); Crucible, The Fundamentals (Steppenwolf), Spring Awakening (The Marriott Theatre), Yellow Moon (Writers Theatre); Wonder in my Soul, Sucker Punch (Jeff Nominated), Gospel of Loving Kindness, L-Vis (Victory Gardens); In To America, Balm of Gidlead, Burnt Part Boys, Port (Griffin Theatre); BootyCandy, Explorer’s Club (Windy City Playhouse); End Days (Jeff Nominated - Next Theatre; Souvenirs (Northlight Theatre); Peter Pan (Lookinglass Theatre). Regional credits; Ghost Of Versailles (Manhattan School of Music); Murder for Two, Forever Plaid, Ring of Fire, Song Man Dance Man, Liberace, Soultime… (Milwaukee Rep); Jacques Brel… (Two River Theatre). Lee is the Lighting Director at The Santa Fe Opera and worked there for 16 seasons.
RAY NARDELLI (Sound Designer) Previous Drury Lane credits include: Rock of Ages, The Gin Game, Chicago, Saturday Night Fever, Crazy for You, Hazel, Bye Bye Birdie, White Christmas, Peter and the Starcatcher, West Side Story, Camelot, The Game’s Afoot, Spelling Bee, Les Misérables, Young Frankenstein, Hello, Dolly!, Next to Normal, Sunset Boulevard, Singin’ in the Rain, Xanadu, Hairspray, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Funny Girl, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Miss Saigon (Jeff Award), Meet Me in St. Louis, Buddy Holly, The Full Monty (Sound Designer) and Oliver, Xanadu, Sweeny Todd, and Ragtime (Associate Sound Design). Mr. Nardelli is co-owner of Aria Music Designs, LLC which provides music and sound for theatre, film, and other media ventures. Off-Broadway credits include: Lookingglass Alice at The New Victory Theatre. Regional theatres include The Goodman Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Milwaukee Rep Theatre, The Court Theatre, Hartford Stage, Congo, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre, and American Girl Theatre. Memberships include USA #829, ASCAP and IATSE #2..
CLAIRE MOORES (Wig and Hair Designer) is pleased to join Drury Lane for this production of Chicago. Ms. Moores is a wigmaker and make up artist with over 35 years experience at Lyric Opera of Chicago. She has worked on touring shows including Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Titanic, Phantom of the Opera, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat and Showboat. Her film experience includes Public Enemies, Road to Perdition, High Fidelity and Amityville Horror. She has designed wigs for Pine Mountain Music Festival and Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire and has served as wig master for American Players Theatre.
KEVAN LONEY (Projection Design) Recent designs include: Tosca, HOLIDAY POPS! (Fort Wayne Philharmonic), Solstice Party! (A.R.T./New York Theatres) Generation Me, Numbers Nerds, Ben Virginia and Me: The Liberace Musical (NYMF), Phases: A Lunar Fantasy (Peabody Essex Museum), The Trial of an American President (The Lion), Show Boat (CITI Shubert Theatre), Mack and Mabel (Stages Repertory Theatre), Chang(e) (HERE Arts Center). Associate Video Designer: Rock and Roll Man (Bucks County Playhouse). Video Content Creation: The 71st Annual Tony Awards (CBS) with The 13th Studios. Graduate of Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama - M.F.A. Video and Media Design. www.KevanLoney.com