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Barry & Fran Weissler

present

CHICAGO

Fred Ebb & Bob Fosse

Book by

John Kander
Starring

Music by

Fred Ebb

Lyrics by

Based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins Original Production Directed and Choreographed by Bob Fosse

Tracy Shayne Terra C. MacLeod Tony Yazbeck Ron Orbach


Shamicka Benn Rachel Bickerton Lenny Daniel Philip Groft Daniel Gutierrez Brent Heuser Marla McReynolds Celia Merendi Jill Nicklaus Nina Ordman Adam Pellegrine Steven Sofia Jasond Thomas Melanie Waldron Colt Adam Weiss Corey Wright

Kecia Lewis-Evans D. Micciche


Supervising Music Director Music Director

Also Starring

Rob Fisher

Eric Barnes
Ken Billington Peter Howard
Lighting Design

John Lee Beatty


Scenic Design

William Ivey Long Ralph Burns


Casting

Costume Design

Scott Lehrer

Sound Design

Orchestrations Dance Music Arrangements Musical Coordinator

David Thompson

Script Adaptation

Duncan Stewart & Company

John Monaco

Executive Producer

Alecia Parker B.J. Holt

Broadway Across America Anita Dloniak & Associates, Inc.


Production Stage Manager Tour Marketing & Press

Presented in Association with

General Management Technical Supervisor

Arthur Siccardi

Tom Bartlett

Based on the presentation by City Centers Encores!


Choreographer Original New York Production Ann Reinking In the style of Bob Fosse Director Original New York Production Re-creation of Original Production Choreography by

Gary Chryst Scott Faris

Walter Bobbie

Re-creation of Original Production Direction by

Broadway Cast Recording on RCA Victor

(in order of appearance) Velma Kelly..............................................................................................TERRAC. MacLEOD Roxie Hart...................................................................................................... TRACYSHAYNE Fred Casely......................................................................................................BRENT HEUSER Sergeant Fogarty ............................................................................................COREY WRIGHT Amos Hart........................................................................................................... RON ORBACH Liz.................................................................................................................... Jill Nicklaus Annie......................................................................................................MELANIE WALDRON June ...................................................................................................... RACHEL BICKERTON Hunyak............................................................................................................. NINA ORDMAN Mona.............................................................................................................. CELIA MERENDI Matron Mama Morton....................................................................... KECIA LEWIS-EVANS Billy Flynn..................................................................................................... TONY YAZBECK Mary Sunshine......................................................................................................D. MICCICHE Go-to-Hell-Kitty.......................................................................................... SHAMICKA BENN Harry........................................................................................................ADAM PELLEGRINE The Doctor............................................................................................................. PHIL GROFT Aaron. ........................................................................................................... JASOND THOMAS The Judge........................................................................................................COREY WRIGHT The Bailiff . ............................................................................................ DANIEL GUTIERREZ Martin Harrison. .......................................................................................ADAM PELLEGRINE Court Clerk. ............................................................................................................ PHIL GROFT The Jury ..........................................................................................................LENNY DANIEL THE SCENE: Chicago, Illinois. The late 1920s. UNDERSTUDIES Understudies never substitute a listed player unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance. For Roxie HartJill Nicklaus For Velma KellyMelanie Waldron For Billy FlynnBrent Heuser For Amos HartLenny Daniel For Matron Mama MortonRachel Bickerton For Mary SunshineP. Groft Dance CaptainSteven Sofia

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ACT I All That Jazz. ........................................................................................... Velma and Company Funny Honey....................................................................................................................Roxie Cell Block Tango. ............................................................................................Velma and Girls When Youre Good to Mama.............................................................Matron Mama Morton Tap Dance.. ........................................................................................... Roxie, Amos and Boys All I Care About................................................................................................ Billy and Girls A Little Bit of Good..........................................................................................Mary Sunshine We Both Reached for the Gun............................. Billy, Roxie, Mary Sunshine and Company Roxie................................................................................................................Roxie and Boys I Cant Do It Alone. .........................................................................................................Velma My Own Best Friend..................................................................................... Roxie and Velma INTERMISSION ACT II Entracte.........................................................................................................................The Band I Know a Girl. ..................................................................................................................Velma Me and My Baby..............................................................................................Roxie and Boys Mister Cellophane ...........................................................................................................Amos When Velma Takes the Stand.........................................................................Velma and Boys Razzle Dazzle.............................................................................................Billy and Company Class ............................................................................... Velma and Matron Mama Morton Nowadays...................................................................................................... Roxie and Velma Hot Honey Rag.............................................................................................. Roxie and Velma Finale. .............................................................................................................................Company Original choreography for Hot Honey Rag by Bob Fosse ORCHESTRA Musical DirectorEric Barnes Associate Conductor/Piano/AccordionEthyl Will PianistJeff Harris; Drums/PercussionRuss Nyberg The musicians employed in this production are members of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada.

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TRACYSHAYNE ( Roxie Hart ) joins the tour direct from playing Roxie Hart in the current Broadway production. Other Broadway:Christine in Phantom: There is no better Christine anywhere on this earth! Hal Prince; Roxie in Chicago; Fosse (coached by Gwen Verdon); Cosette in Les Misrables; Bebe in A Chorus Line. Off Broadway:Marion Froude in Biography:one of the most memorable individual performances in 2009The Wall Street Journal; Martha in Missing Footage; Sunny Jacobs in The Exonerated . TV:L&O, L&O: C.I., Kennedy Center Honors, Tribute to Hal Prince, Baryshnikov on Broadway. Recordings: Grammy award Symphonic recording: Les Misrables (Cosette.). TERRA C. MacLEOD (Velma Kelly) is thrilled to return to her Chicago family. She has played the role around the world from Broadway to the West End (Cambridge theatre), French Premiere (Montreal and Paris Casino de Paris), the international and national tour and the 10 year anniversary Gala. Other credits include: Blood Brothers (Mrs J), Vancouver Arts Club (Jessie Nomination for Best Actress); Kiss of the Spider Woman (Spider Woman), LA Havok theatre; The Producers (Ulla), Vancouver Arts Club; Cats (Bombalurina), MTW LA; West Side Story (Anita), New Orleans Opera & Vancouver Arts Club (Jessie award for best supporting actress); The Pajama Game (Gladys), MTW LA; Guys and Dolls (Adelaide), San Diego MT; Damn Yankees (Lola); A Chorus Line (Cassie). Film and TV: The Lizzie Maguire Movie, The Reagans, The Dead Zone, Jeremiah, Cold Squad, Life Or Something Like It. This is for Chiara, Calli and Chance. www.terracmacleod.com. TONY YAZBECK (Billy Flynn). Broadway: White Christmas (Phil Davis), Gypsy w/ Patti LuPone (Tulsa, Outer Critics Circle nom.), A Chorus Line (Al), Never Gonna Dance, Oklahoma!, Gypsy w/Tyne Daly. OffBroadway: the Encores! productions of On the Town (Gabey), Gypsy (Tulsa), The Apple Tree, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Pardon My English; Fanny Hill (the York). National tours: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Annie Get Your Gun, Doctor Dolittle. Regional: Singin in the
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Rain (MUNY), My One and Only (Goodspeed, Connecticut Critics Circle Award), Antony and Cleopatra (Hartford Stage), Sycamore Trees (Signature, Helen Hayes Award), Animal Crackers (Goodman). Film/TV: Every Little Step (feature documentary), All My Children, As the World Turns. www.tonyyazbeck.net. RON ORBACH (Amos Hart). The first Amos on the first national tour (1997 Jeff Award). Broadway: Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Chicago, etc. OffBroadway: The God Commitee, etc. Regional: Bottom in A Midsummer Nights Dream at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; Tevye at Sacramento Music Circus; Pseudolus at Denver Center; also Roundabout, The Alley, Berkshire Theatre Festival, La Jolla Playhouse, The Goodman. TV:Medium, Numb3rs, Without a Trace,Law & Order, Platypus Man, etc. Film: Clueless. Married for ten blissful years to Kathleen Eads. KECIA LEWIS-EVANS (Matron Mama Morton) has crafted her career playing powerful women. Broadway: Leap of Faith, Chicago, Shrek, The Drowsy Chaperone, Dreamgirls, Once on This Island, Aint Misbehavin, Big River, The Gospel at Colonus. Off-Broadway: Dessa Rose (Drama Desk nomination). Regional: Dreamgirls (Ovation Award), Polk County (Bay Area Outer Critics Circle Award), Raisin (L.A. Drama Critics Circle nomination), Sleeping Beauty Wakes, Hairspray, Smokey Joes Caf, The King and I, South Pacific. Film/ TV: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Law & Order, Crossing Jordan, The Hughleys. Favorite role: Simons mommy. D. MICCICHE (Mary Sunshine). Credits include: Chicago (Broadway/National Tour/ Japan/Thailand), Gemini The Musical (NYMF), Freedom Train (TWUSA), Bernstiens Mass (Carnegie Hall/Kennedy Center). Recordings: Bernsteins Mass 2009 (Grammy Nom). As a musical director/ conductor, D. most recently did 9 to 5 at TBTS. Thanks to friends, family, NAMCO, Leslie, Duncan, teachers and Mom and Dad for everything. College: Boston Conservatory. SHAMICKA BENN (Go-to-Hell-Kitty) is grateful for this and suddenly return to

Whos Who in the Cast Chicago. Recently seen: having moments with Jesus, American Music Awards/P!NK, MTV/ Awards commercial, Mobbed/NappyTabs, staff at Beach Cities Dance/Manhattan Beach, enjoying being a Mrs., blessed by family! RACHEL BICKERTON (June, Matron Mama Morton u/s). Mamma Mia!, Leader of the Pack, DustyThe Original Pop Diva, We Will Rock You, 42nd Street, Chicago, The Rocky Horror Show (Columbia), Rock of Ages... Rachel is thrilled to be making her U.S. debut. LENNY DANIEL (The Jury, Amos Hart u/s). Broadway: Cats, The Wizard of Oz. NY: Here Lies Jenny (with Bebe Neuwirth), Sinatra (Radio City), Wonderful Town (NYC Opera). National tours: Monty Pythons Spamalot, Chicago, South Pacific, Camelot, The Wizard of Oz, Jekyll & Hyde. Regional: Peter Pan, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Gigi and Evita. P. GROFT (The Doctor, Court Clerk, Mary Sunshine u/s). Im thrilled to be back on the road with Chicago. Hope you enjoy the show. Ill be the one in the background, doing the Fosse Neck! Love and thanks to my friends and family. DANIEL GUTIERREZ (The Bailiff) has toured with Chicago since 2007. He just cant get enough Fosse! Coming from Milwaukee and taking a chance on New York, he is blessed to be living his dream and sharing it with you on tour! God Bless. BRENT HEUSER (Fred Casely, Billy Flynn u/s). AEA. National Tours: Chicago (Billy Flynn). Off Broadway: My Big Gay Italian Wedding (Andrew), Theodore & CO, Naughty Marietta (Musicals Tonight!). Regional: Hairspray (Corny Collins). AMDA Graduate. Love to family and friends who elevate me to reach my dreams! MARLA McREYNOLDS ( Ensemble ). Broadway: Chicago (Mona) and The Color Purple (Older Olivia). Cirque du Soleils Viva Elvis. Tours: Chicago, West Side Story (Euro/Asia Tour). Regional: Forum (D/C), JosephDreamcoat (Apache Dancer). Thanks Duncan and Lucille! CELIA MERENDI (Mona) is honored to be on a new adventure with Chicago after touring in 2011 (Mona) and 2008 (Liz). Regional favorites: Hairspray (Amber Von Tussle), Joseph (Apache Dancer) and Oliver (Bet). TV: Your Mama Dont Dance. B.A. in Theatre (Rollins College). Love to my Daddy, Nick and Mami. Jill Nicklaus (Liz,Roxie Hart u/s). Broadway: Chicago, Movin Out, Sweet Smell of Success, Fosse, Fascinating Rhythm and Cats. Most recently appeared in Rock of Ages the movie. Madonnas The Girlie Show, Jacksonville Symphonys West Side Story (Anita), Jason Howlands A Movie Musical, Julie Taymors Across the Universe, Woody Allens Everyone Says I Love You, Brian de Palmas Carlitos Way, Michael Bregmans Table One and Comedy Centrals Viva Variety. Commercials: The Gap, eBay, Miller Lite, Budweiser, Prodigy, Anne Klein and Nick-at-Nite. Jill is also a graduate of NYU and a Presidential Scholar. NINA ORDMAN (Hunyak) is thrilled to be back on tour with Chicago. B.F.A. in Dance: University of Oklahoma. Much love to family and friends, especially Mom and Dad for their unwavering support. In loving memory of Dorie. ADAM PELLEGRINE (Harry, Harrison) is thrilled to be apart of this amazing cast! Favorite credits: Chess, Urban Cowboy, West Side and, of course, Chicago. Thanks to Avalon Artists, Duncan Stewart and his amazing family. ROLL TIDE! STEVEN SOFIA (Dance Captain, Ensemble). Broadway: Chita Riveras A Dancers Life; Chicago; Kiss Me, Kate; Beauty and the Beast; Guys and Dolls. Tours: West Side Story. Steven teaches at NYU and Cap21; he is also a certified Pilates instructor. JASOND THOMAS (Aaron) would like to thank all of family, friends and Chicago team for their love and support! His credits include The Lion King, Footloose, Chicago, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, etc. He is currently writing and producing his own music. Follow him at www. Facebook.com/jasondthomasmusic.
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Whos Who in the Cast MELANIE WALDRON (Annie, Velma Kelly u/s). National tours: Chicago (Velma), Man of La Mancha (Maria, Aldonza u/s), In the Mood. NY: Untitled Masterpiece (Fringe 2008), Radio Broadway (Town Hall). Regional: Cats (Grizabella), Oliver! (Nancy), A Chorus Line (Judy). Training: NY, D.C. and London. COLT ADAM WEISS (Swing) is excited to be making his national Broadway tour debut! Colt is a 2008 graduate of The University of the Arts. He would like to thank his ever proud and supportive friends and family. COREY WRIGHT ( Sergeant Fogarty, Judge). Favorite Credits: TheatreHairspray, South Street. TVConan (Choreographer/ Dancer), The Daily Show, Law & Order. FilmIn the Night, Anomaly of the Theory, Where Do We Go. He is my source. Love the journeyand priddy. 3x. www.corey-wright. net. JOHN KANDER & FRED EBB (Music; Book/Lyrics). The John Kander and Fred Ebb collaboration of four decades created what many would consider Broadway standards and contemporary classics: Flora, the Red Menace; Cabaret (Tony Award); The Happy Time; Zorba; 70, Girls, 70; Chicago; The Act; Woman of the Year (Tony Award, Best Score); The Rink; Kiss of the Spider Woman (Tony Award, Best Score); and Steel Pier. Their collaboration also transferred itself to movies and television as they wrote original material for the Academy Awards; Liza With a Z (Emmy Award); HBOs Liza Minnellis Stepping Out (Emmy Award); Funny Lady (Oscar nominated for How Lucky Can You Get); Lucky Lady; New York, New York; Stepping Out; and Chicago (Oscar nominated for Best Song). In the mid 80s the song New York, New York becoming the official anthem of New York City. At the time of the unfortunate death of Mr. Ebb, Kander and Ebb had several projects in different stages of completion waiting in the wings: The Visit, All About Us, Curtains (currently on Broadway) and Minstrel Show. Life goes on. BOB FOSSE (Book). First director in history to win Oscar, Tony and Emmy awards in one
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year (1973) for the film Cabaret, the musical Pippin and the TV special Liza With a Z. He won the first of eight Tonys as choreographer for The Pajama Game followed by directing and choreographing Redhead, Little Me, Sweet Charity (stage and film), Chicago, Dancin. Other choreography: Damn Yankees, New Girl in Town, How to Succeed, Big Deal. Film: My Sister Eileen, The Pajama Game, Damn Yankees. Director: Lenny (Oscar nom.), All That Jazz (Oscar nom.), Star 80. WALTER BOBBIE ( Director ) recently directed David Ives New Jerusalem at Classic Stage; No, No, Nanette at Encores!; and Christopher Durangs The Marriage of Bette & Boo at the Roundabout. His international hit Chicago won him a Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards and has become the longest-running revival in Broadway history. Other Broadway credits include High Fidelity, Sweet Charity, Twentieth Century and Footloose. Mr. Bobbie directs regularly for New Yorks most prestigious theatre companies, served as artistic director of City Centers Encores! and is on the Executive Board of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. ANN REINKING (Choreographer) was the director/co-conceiver/co-choreographer of Fosse, which won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 1999. She won the Tony Award for her choreography of Chicago, as well as a Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Astaire Award and a NY Drama Critics Award. She received a Tony nomination for her leading performance in Dancin and as best actress in Goodtime Charley; TheatreWorld, Clarence Derwent and Outer Critics Circle awards for her work as Maggie in Over Here. Film credits: Movie, Movie; All That Jazz; Annie; Micki and Maude. Recent credits include: Choreography: The Harrison Tribute/American Ballet Theatre; The Visit/Goodman Theatre; Suite Kander/ Missouri State Ballet; Ritmo Y Ruido and Slices /Ballet Hispanico; Songs without Words /Jean Ruddy Company; Legends / Joffrey Ballet of Chicago; Threepenny Opera for Williamstown Theatre Festival; Nilsson/Schmillson for Seattles Spectrum Dance Theatre; Bye Bye Birdie for ABC-TV;

Whos Who in the Cast national tour of revival of Applause. Cochoreographed Caution: Side Effects/Melissa Thodos Dancers. Directed, choreographed Tonight at 8:30 /Williamstown Theatre Festival, No Strings/Encores City Center. She is the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate for Contribution to the Arts; Rolex Award For Outstanding Contributions to Dance; Elan Award For Outstanding Choreographer; Distinguished Artist Award Los Angeles Music Center; National Broadway Theatre Award for Best Choreography of Fosse; Olivier Award, Best Theatre Choreography, Fosse; Helpmann Award, Best Choreography, Chicago, Australia; Dance Magazine Award for Choreography; Drama League Award for Distinguished Achievement in Musical Theatre; Musical Hall of Fame Award; Dance Library of Israel Award; Distinguished Artist Award; School of American Ballet Artistic Achievement Award; National Artists Club Award for Service to the Arts; Governors Award-Ambassador of the Arts for the State of Florida. She is associated with the National Broadway Dance Theatre, a musical theatre project in Santa Fe, New Mexico. JOHN LEE BEATTY ( Set Design ). Broadway: A Delicate Balance, The Heiress, The Sisters Rosensweig, The Most Happy Fella, Burn This, Penn & Teller, Aint Misbehavin, Tallys Folly, Fifth of July, Crimes of the Heart, Baby and Anna Christie, among many others. Off-Broadway: Sylvia; The Cryptogram; The Destiny of Me; The Substance of Fire; The Road to Mecca; Song of Singapore; Lips Together, Teeth Apart; A Life in the Theatre; 20 seasons at MTC and Circle Rep. Major regional theatres, film, opera and TV. Recipient of Tony, Obie, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards. Graduate: Brown and Yale. WILLIAM IVEY LONG ( Costume Designer). Credits include 9 to 5, Pal Joey, Young Frankenstein, Curtains, Hairspray (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle awards), Grey Gardens (Tony Award), The Producers (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC Awards), The Ritz, Sweet Charity, A Streetcar Named Desire, La Cage aux Folles, The Frogs, Little Shop of Horrors, The Boy From Oz, Susan Stromans Double Feature at NYC Ballet, Twentieth Century, Cabaret, Never Gonna Dance, Contact (Hewes Award), Thou Shalt Not, Big, The Music Man, Annie Get Your Gun, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Swing, Steel Pier, 1776, Smokey Joes Cafe, Crazy for You (Tony, OCC awards), Guys and Dolls (Drama Desk Award), Assassins (Obie Award), Lend Me a Tenor (Drama Desk, OCC awards), Nine (Tony, Drama Desk, Maharam awards). In January 2006, Mr. Long was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame. KEN BILLINGTON (Lighting Designer). Ninety-three Broadway shows, including Chicago; The Scottsboro Boys; Sondheim on Sondheim; White Christmas; [title of show]; The Drowsy Chaperone; Footloose; Sweeney Todd; and revivals of Bye Bye Birdie; Finians Rainbow; Dreamgirls; Sunday in the Park With George; Annie; Hello, Dolly!; Fiddler on the Roof; My Fair Lady. Touring productions of High School Musical, 9 to 5, Riverdance. Other: SeaWorld Parks Shamu: One Ocean and Shamu Rocks!; Disneylands Fantasmic!; Ballys Las Vegas Jubilee!; Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular (27 years). Awards: Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Lumen (architecture), Ace (television). SCOTT LEHRER (Sound Design). More than 25 years of sound design includes Broadway: Chita Rivera: The Dancers Life, The Caretaker, Frankie and Johnny, The Dead, Angels in America, Once on This Island, The Heidi Chronicles. Lincoln Center Theater: Dessa Rose, The Frogs, A Man of No Importance, Invention of Love, Hapgood, Most Happy Fella. Also, 25 Encores! Playwrights Horizons: Life With Albertine, Frannys Way (Lortel Award), Assassins, Isnt It Romantic, Geniuses. MTC: A Perfect Ganesh, Putting It Together. Second Stage: Little Fish, Saturday Night. He also creates sound for museums, corporate, film/TV. Music recording: Last Forever (Nonesuch), Geoff Muldaurs Private Astronomy (DG), Meredith Monks mercy (ECM), Hazmat Modine. SCOTT FARIS (Director Recreation) started his career as an actor and learned most of his directing skills working as a production stage manager for some of the best directors on Broadway. He has directed Chicago in 16
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Whos Who in the Cast countries in over a dozen languages. His latest productions include Walking with Dinosaurs, the Arena Spectacular; and Bette Midlers The Showgirl Must Go On. Scott lives in NewYork with his daughter, Emily. He dedicates his work to his late wife, Anna, who lost her long struggle with breast cancer. GARY CHRYST (Choreography Recreation) staged Chicago choreography throughout the world and Petrouchka for ABT; danced on Broadway in Guys and Dolls, Dancin, A Chorus Line; notable career as classical dancer with Joffrey Ballet and Nederlands Dans Theatre 3. ERICBARNES (Music Director). Grammynominated published poet also conducted the New York premiere of FAME On 42nd St. Off-Broadway as well as the national tours of Some Like It Hot with Tony Curtis and Guys & Dolls with Maurice Hines. Other credits include Man of La Mancha with Audra McDonald, Fiddler on the Roof with Theodore Bikel and Aint Misbehavin with Melba Moore. He received Carbonell Awards for Forty-Second Street with Rita Gardner and The Pirates of Penzance with Avery Schreiber. DAVID THOMPSON (Script Adaptation). Projects include the libretto for Steel Pier (1997 Tony Award nom.); co-conceiving And the World Goes Round (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle awards); new librettos for the Off-Broadway and London revivals of Flora, the Red Menace; and 70, Girls, 70. Cocreated PBS Great Performances Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall and wrote the documentary Razzle Dazzle. ROB FISHER (Supervising Music Director). Original conductor and music director for Chicago and its Grammy Award-winning cast album and supervisor of Chicago companies worldwide. Music director and conductor of City Centers Tony Award-winning Encores! series since its inception in 1994. Other credits: Garrison Keillors radio broadcasts, concerts at Carnegie Hall, New York City Opera, PBS, the White House, guest symphony conductor and more than 20 recordings. Broadway tour: 3 Penny Opera starring Sting, Me and My Girl, A History of the American Film, A Day
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in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, Little Johnny Jones, Big River. JOHN MONACO (Music Coordinator) is a veteran of the musical theatre. He has been music coordinator for over 100 Broadway musicals and has performed in more than 40 Broadway shows. Mr. Monaco has had the privilege of working with Richard Rodgers, John Kander, Jule Styne, Elmer Bernstein, Harvey Schmidt, Philip Springer, George Forrest, Robert Wright, Janusz Stoklos, Steve Margoshes and many others. DAVID BRIAN BROWN ( Wig/Hair Design ). Broadway: Legally Blonde, Spamalot, Butley, Tarzan, The Wedding Singer, Chita Rivera: The Dancers Life, The Odd Couple, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Fiddler on the Roof, Nine, Gypsy, Flower Drum Song, Sweet Smell of Success, The Invention Of Love, Elton John and Tim Rices Aida, The Rainmaker, The Iceman Cometh, Annie Get Your Gun, Little Me, Chicago, Sideshow, 1776, Steel Pier, Big, Sunset Boulevard, the world premiere of Whistle Down the Wind. TV/Film credits include Angels in America (Emmy nominated), To Wong Foo. DUNCAN STEWART AND COMPANY ( Casting ). Duncan Stewart and Benton Whitley are responsible for casting the current Broadway, London and international touring companies of Chicago; the national tour of La Cage aux Folles; U.S. casting of Thriller Live (West End); Radio City Christmas Spectacular; and U.S. casting for Londons Menier Chocolate Factory. Other Bway and West End credits include 2010 Tony-winning revival of La Cage aux Folles (Harvey Fierstein, Kelsey Grammer), Neil LaButes Fat Pig (ATG co-production) and upcoming U.S. casting for UKs Stanhope Productions (Jacques Brel, Hedda Gabler). In 2011, DStewartCo partnered with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines as their Broadway casting consultants for Hairspray, Chicago and Saturday Night Fever. Member CSA. DStewartCo.com. ARTHUR SICCARDI, THEATRICAL SERVICES INC. (Technical Supervisor) has been involved in more than 200 Broadway

Whos Who in the Cast shows: Hello, Dolly!; A Chorus Line; Cats; The Real Thing; Ballroom; Dreamgirls; Chess; Broadway Bound; Jerome Robbins Broadway; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Gypsy; Lost in Yonkers; Fiddler on the Roof; Falsettos; The Goodbye Girl; My Fair Lady; Sunset Boulevard; Laughter on the 23rd Floor; Whistle Down the Wind; The Tony Awards and Night of a Thousand Stars. TOM BARTLETT ( Production Stage Manager). Production Supervisor credits: Rent, Chicago, Dreamgirls. Broadway: The Goodbye Girl, Chicago, Grease, Cabaret, Guys And Dolls, Movin Out, Phantom Of The Opera, Dreamgirls. Tours include Legally Blonde, Dreamgirls, Swing, Lost In Yonkers, South Pacific, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Song And Dance, Rumors. Las Vegas credits: We Will Rock You, Hairspray and Spamalot. GAY MERWIN (Stage Manager). Broadway: Rent, The Dinner Party, Miss Saigon, Cabaret, Chicago, Cats, TopDog/UnderDog. OffBroadway: Steve Martins The Underpants, Bat Boy, Falsettoland. Tours: Mamma Mia! Tour 1; An Inspector Calls; Promises, Promises. BRIAN WESTMORELAND ( Assistant Stage Manager). Broadway: Phantom of the Opera, A Dolls House, Juan Darien. Tours: The King and I, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat , Fiddler (30th Anniversary), Annie Warbucks. Six years with Dance Theatre of Harlem. UCLA graduate. BARRY and FRAN WEISSLER (Producers) have had a producing career that spans 40 years. They are the recipients of six Tony Awards. Othello starring James Earl Jones and Christopher Plummer, Fiddler on the Roof with Topol, Gypsy with Tyne Daly, Annie Get Your Gun with Bernadette Peters and Reba McEntire, the 2010 revival of La Cage aux Folles with Kelsey Grammer and Chicago, the longest-running American musical on both Broadway and the West End. Other Broadway credits include Zorba, My One & Only, Falsettos, Grease, Seussical, Wonderful Town, Sweet Charity, The Scottsboro Boys. Current projects include a musical adaptation of the independent film Waitress. BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA (Producer) is owned and operated by John Gore (CEO) and Thomas B. McGrath (Chairman). In addition to presenting in 40 North American cities, Broadway Across Americas current productions include Promises, Promises; Million Dollar Quartet; La Cage aux Folles; West Side Story; Memphis; Hair; and Nickelodeons Storytime Live. ALECIA PARKER (Executive Producer) serves as executive producer of all worldwide productions of Chicago, Priscilla Queen of the Desert on Broadway and the current touring production of La Cage aux Folles starring George Hamilton. Other credits, spanning more than 30 years, include executive producer of The Scottsboro Boys, Sweet Charity, Wonderful Town, Seussical; associate producer of Annie Get Your Gun, My Thing of Love, Grease!, My Fair Lady, Falsettos, Fiddler on the Roof, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Cabaret, Zorba starring Anthony Quinn. She is the proud mother of Michael, a sophomore at Washington University. B.J. HOLT (General Manager) has been in a variety of management and consulting positions for Broadway, West End, U.S. and international touring theatrical productions including Chicago, Fosse, La Cage aux Folles, Les Misrables, Miss Saigon, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Seussical and Sweet Charity. His favorite role, however, is to be father to Christina and Payson, who make everything worthwhile! CITY CENTERS ENCORES! GREAT AMERICAN MUSICALS IN CONCERT. City Center, a not-for-profit theater founded in 1943 as Manhattans first performing arts center, is home to many of Americas leading dance companies, education programs and popular engagements. The awardwinning series Encores! was created in 1994 to revisit rarely heard scores, of which Chicago is one.

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Staff for CHICAGO GENERAL MANAGEMENT B. J. Holt, General Manager Nina Skriloff, International Manager Matthew Rimmer, Associate General Manager TOUR MARKETING/PRESS Anita Dloniak & Associates. Inc. Anita Dloniak Diane Rodes Melissa A. Hazek COMPANY MANAGER.....Richard Biederman PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER. ...TOMBARTLETT Stage Manager.................................... Gay Merwin Assistant Stage Manager ......... Brian Westmoreland General Management Consultant...... Hilary Hamilton General Management Associate.... Stephen Spadaro Associate Lighting Designer................John Demous Associate Sound Designer...................... Drew Levy Wardrobe Supervisor. ............................ Alice Testa Assistant to William Ivey Long.. ........ Donald Sanders Production Carpenter...................... Kurt Crittenden Flyman............................................ Michael Moore Production Electrician...................... James Fedigan Master Electrician............................. Alan Schuster Assistant Electrician ........................ Sean Hamilton Production Sound Engineer.................... Anne Davis Assistant Sound .................................Ryan Gravett Master of Properties .... .................. Steven Callahan Hair Supervisor............................... Scott Mortimer Banking.............City National Bank/Michele Gibbons Music Preparation......... Donald Oliver, Evan Morris/ Chelsea Music Service, Inc. Payroll. ..............................Castellana Services, Inc. Accountants. ..........Rosenberg, Neuwirth & Kuchner, Mark DAmbrosi, Marina Flom Financial Analyst. ................................Marion Taylor Counsel........................Seth Gelblum/ Loeb & Loeb Insurance. .................Stockbridge Risk Management Art Design.......................................... Spot Design Advertising......................... SPOTCo, Drew Hodges Aaliytha Davis, Tim Falotico, Travis Moser Web Design..................................... Tarantula.com Production Photography.........................Paul Kolnik Souvenir Merchandise. ............................ Dewynters STAFF FOR NATIONAL ARTISTS Head of Marketing Strategy................Clint Bond Jr. Director of Marketing. ..............................Ken Sperr Marketing Intern................................David Gamber Director of Business Affairs.. ........ Daniel M. Posener Dramaturg/Creative Consultant..... .Samantha Barrie Chief Financial Officer..........................Bob Williams Accounting.................................. Marian Albarracin Associate to Barry Weissler................Brett England Assistant to Barry & Fran Weissler....... Nikki Pelazza

Assistant to Alecia Parker....................... Laura Sisk Receptionist. ................................Michelle Coleman Messenger............................................Victor Ruiz Tour Direction Columbia Artists Theatricals 1841 Broadway, Ste. 914, New York, NY 10023 212.841.9640 tel/212.841.9542 fax www.columbiaartiststheatricals.com CREDITS Scenery built and painted by Hudson Scenic Studios, Lighting equipment from PRG Lighting. Sound Equipment by PRG Audio. Makeup Provided by M-A-C.
The actors and stage managers employed in this production are members of Actors Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States. The musicians employed in this production are members of the American Federation of Musicians. The Director and Choreographer are members of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, Inc., an independent national labor union. United Scenic Artists represents the designers and scenic painters for the American Theatre. Backstage and Front of the House Employees are represented by the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (or I.A.T.S.E.). The Press Agents and Company Managers employed in this production are represented by the Association of Theatrical Press Agents & Managers. This production is produced by a member of The Broadway League in collaboration with our professional union-represented employees.

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