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made his Broadway debut as The Music Man in 2001, then co-starred in the Tony-nominated Gore Vidal’s The Best Man in 2012. So it’s time for his every-eleven-years return with The Cottage! Other stage includes the Off-Broadway premiere of Neil LaBute’s Some Girls, Glengarry Glen Ross (Arts Club, Vancouver), Follies, and the upcoming A Little Night Music (Royal Conservatory, Toronto), The Fantasticks (Reprise, LA, also directed by his friend Jason Alexander), and five seasons with Canada’s Stratford Festival. On television, Eric was a producer, director, and star on three seasons of “Perception” (TNT) and three more of the Netflix sleeper hit, “Travelers.” He is best known for his Emmy®-winning performance as Will Truman on eleven seasons of NBC’s “Will & Grace,” for which he was nominated for six Golden Globes®. Upcoming series include “Departure,” season five of “Slasher,” and Hulu’s much-anticipated “The Other Black Girl.” Films include Free Enterprise, Holy Man, The Sisters, and the Canadian comedy Drinkwater (on Amazon this month), for which he received Canada’s Leo Award and the ACTRA/UBCP Award.
made her stage debut at age nine in the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall. Since then, she has originated the roles of Tina in Ruthless (Outer Critics/Drama Desk Nominations), Amber in Broadway’s Hairspray, most notably Elle Woods in Legally Blonde The Musical (Tony nomination), and played Glinda in Broadway’s Wicked. Bundy is a Billboard top 5 recording artist with multiple albums — “Achin & Shakin” (Universal Music) and “Another Piece Of Me” (Big Machine). A Sony Publishing songwriter from 2008-2013, she toured with her music all over the world. Her most recent critically acclaimed album “Women Of Tomorrow” (and companion podcast on Broadway Podcast Network) delves into the issues women are facing today and has millions of streams on Spotify. Bundy has been in dozens of films and over 100 episodes of television including roles on “Call Me Kat,” “Fairly OddParents,” “Perfect Harmony,” “How I Met Your Mother/Father,” “Hart of Dixie,” “Anger Management,” and “Jumanji,” among others. As a writer/composer she developed series “Mashville” (Netflix) and “Girltime” (Freeform). Bundy recently launched the Womxn of Tomorrow community and app to help women activate their activism. All socials: @laurabellbundy
is a Tony-nominated actress who is currently starring as Doc in Apple TV’s “Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock.” Broadway: Chris in POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive, Julie in Tootsie (Tony nomination), Sandy Cheeks in Spongebob Squarepants (original Broadway cast), Elphaba in Wicked, and Martha in Spring Awakening (original Broadway cast). Theater favorites include Mack & Mabel (Encores), Tick, Tick...Boom! (Keen Company), Sundown, Yellow Moon (WP Theater), The Wildness (Ars Nova), Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 (American Repertory Theater), The Threepenny Opera (Atlantic Theater). On screen: “Dynasty,” “The Good Fight,” “NCIS: New Orleans,” “Bull,” "Instinct,” “The Code,” “Elementary,” and on HBOmax: “Spring Awakening: Those You’ve Known.” Proud LaGuardia Arts High School and Vassar alumnae. And most gratefully, Bodie's Mom. @lilcoopz
Broadway: All My Sons, Phantom of the Opera (closing cast), Flying Over Sunset, School of Rock, Gettin’ The Band Back Together, Les Misérables (Original Revival Cast), Threepenny Opera. Off-Broadway includes: Cyrano, Working (2008 revision), Grand Hotel (Encores!), Three Sisters. Regional credits includes: Arena Stage, Dallas Theatre Center, Goodman Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, The Shakespeare Theatre Company, The Kennedy Center. Video Game: World of Warcraft: Cataclysm. Film/TV: "Law & Order SVU" (NBC), "The Wire" (HBO), "Search Party" (HBO), "Blackout" (BBC One). Ig: @nehaljoshi
A breakout performer on SNL, Alex succeeded Jim Carrey as Joe Biden on the show. He is best known for his impersonations of Eric Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Anderson Cooper, and Joe Scarborough amongst others, as well as his original recurring Weekend Update character Guy Who Just Bought A Boat. His most current films include Susie Searches, which premiered at the 2022 TIFF on September 9th, and the holiday comedy, Christmas with the Campbells, opposite of Brittany Snow and Justin Long, that just released in Canada on October 1st. He can next be seen on Apple’s “Bad Monkey” series, an adaptation of Carl Hiaasen’s novel where he’ll star with Vince Vaughn. Over the 2020 holiday season, Alex appeared in the Netflix feature, Holidate, directed by John Whitesell and starring Emma Roberts. He also worked on the Paramount feature Clifford, the live‑action hybrid based on the best-selling book series and directed by Walt Becker. Alex can be seen playing opposite Brittany Snow in the breakout romantic comedy Someone Great. He has also been receiving great praise for his performance in The Opening Act, produced by Peter Billingsley. Aside from SNL, he can be seen on TV in Showtime's series “Billions” and is the voice behind Jimmy in Disney's sequel Wreck-It Ralph 2. Spending the earlier years of his career in Chicago, he was a regular performer at iO and The Annoyance Theatre as well as an official acro-dunker for the renowned Chicago Bulls. He played in the Celebrity All-Star game in February 2020.
originated the role of Girl Scout in Beetlejuice on Broadway where she also covered the role of Lydia Deetz. Broadway/National Tours: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Off Broadway/New York: Avenue Q (Kate/Lucy), The Visit (Otillie opposite Chita Rivera), Saturday Night (Mildred), Anyone Can Whistle (City Center Encores!). Regional Included: Papermill Playhouse, North Shore Music Theatre, George Street, Westport Country Playhouse, Barrington Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, KC Rep, North Carolina Theatre, Two River, Weston Playhouse. TV: “Inventing Anna” (Netflix), Saraline Timbers on Nickelodeon's “Welcome to the Wayne.”
Broadway credits include Nessarose in Wicked (original cast) and Three Days of Rain. She was in the original cast of A Man Of No Importance at Lincoln Center and has worked at The Atlantic and 2nd Stage as well as many regional theatres. Michelle played Millie on 3 seasons of “New Amsterdam” and was Nate's mom Sherrie, in Disney Plus' movie Better Nate Than Ever.
Broadway: Not About Nightingales (Circle in the Square, director - Trevor Nunn); The Invention of Love (Lincoln Center). Regional credits include: Stupid Fucking Bird (Boston Court, Pasadena - L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award); Designing Women, the play (Theatre Squared); Private Lives (Pennsylvania Shakespeare); Macbeth (Chicago Shakespeare, director - Aaron Posner / Teller, of Penn & Teller); The Pillowman (ACT Seattle); Desire Under The Elms (San Jose Rep. - Dean Goodman Choice Award). T.V. credits include: Vince Foster in Ryan Murphy's "American Crime Story: Impeachment" opposite Sarah Paulson (FX / Hulu); "Welcome to Chippendales" (Hulu); "Barry" (HBO); "Law & Order" (NBC). NYU Grad Acting.
Broadway: Flying Over Sunset, My Fair Lady, Bright Star. Off-Broadway: The Liar (Classic Stage), Arden of Faversham (Red Bull), She Stoops to Conquer, Salute to the Brave (TACT), The Men (Primary Stages). Selected Regional: Shakespeare Theatre of DC: Affiliated Artist, The Importance of Being Earnest, All’s Well That Ends Well, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, The Imaginary Invalid, and three world premiere plays by David Ives; Hamlet (Hartford Stage), Barefoot in the Park (Dorset), Guys & Dolls (Goodspeed), Rich Girl (World Premiere, George St./Cleveland), The Mystery of Irma Vep (Kitchen Theatre). Film/Television: Walk the Line, "Succession," "The Affair," "The Blacklist," "Law & Order," "Elementary." Education: ART/MXAT, Columbia University. Awards: None.
Broadway First National Tour: The Play That Goes Wrong; Off Broadway: Dracula (Classic Stage Company); Mary Page Marlowe (Second Stage Theater); Select Regional: The Winter’s Tale (Hartford Stage); A Midsummer Night's Dream (The Old Globe); Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Paper Mill Playhouse); Emma (Playmakers Rep); World Premiere of The Legend of Georgia McBride and others (Denver Center Theatre Company); International: Noises Off (Maxim Gorky Theatre Vladivostok, Russia.) Television: "The Punisher," "New Amsterdam," "House of Cards." Film: Viper Club, Sunday 1287. IG: @annjamie
is an actress and award-winning playwright recently named by American Theatre magazine as one of the “Most-Produced Playwrights of the ’22-’23 season.” Her stage adaptation of the film Clue is one of the most produced plays in the U.S., with 3,000+ productions worldwide. Other works include: the musical stage adaptation of MGM’s Mystic Pizza, the concert adaptations of Dear World and I Married an Angel for New York City Center Encores!, Jolly Holiday; A Celebration of Disney on Broadway, Mattel’s American Girl Live!, The Suffragette’s Murder (2023 Denver Center New Plays Summit/Florida Studio Theatre commission), Rated P for Parenthood (Off Broadway/ABC-TV), Houston (New American Musical Award), Elijah (Jewish Plays Project Selection), and many more. For television, Sandy is developing a live action/digital puppet series with The Jim Henson Company. Sandy serves on the Advisory Board of Camp Kesem, dedicated to helping children through their parent’s cancer diagnosis. www.sandyrustin.com INSTA @sandyrustin_
makes his Broadway directorial debut with The Cottage. Best known as George Costanza in “Seinfeld,” he has worked as a writer; composer; TV, stage, video, and film director; producer; and acting teacher. For his work on “Seinfeld,” he received six Emmy® nominations, and several other awards and nominations. He is the recipient of the Actors’ Fund Julie Harris Award for Lifetime Achievement and a Tony Award® for Best Actor in a Musical for Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, for which he also wrote the libretto. In L.A., he served as the artistic director for the Reprise Theatre Company and has helmed innovative stage productions including The God of Hell (Geffen); Broadway Bound (Odyssey); Native Garden (Pasadena Playhouse); Reprise’s The Fantasticks; Sunday in the Park with George; and a revamped production of Damn Yankees for which he authored a revised libretto featuring predominantly Latino and African American actors set in the 1980s. He also directed the world premiere of The Joy Wheel (Ruskin Theatre), the acclaimed production of Steven Levenson’s If I Forget (Fountain Theatre), the world premiere of Windfall by Scooter Pietsch (Arkansas Rep) and again at The Bay Street Theatre, and a lauded new production of Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years at Syracuse Stage.
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