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JIM SCHUBIN

The Boy (Matt)

Is excited to be making his Off-Broadway debut. Previous regional credits include: See How They Run (The Intruder), The Mudge Boy (Scotty), Beauty and the Beast (Beast), Chess (Freddie), Godspell (Jesus), Titanic (Barrett), Guys and Dolls (Rusty Charlie), and Almost Heaven (Featured Soloist). Recent TV: Boardwalk Empire (Recurring). He holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Emerson College.
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JEREMIAH JAMES

The Narrarator (El Gallo)

is a West End star and international recording artist and is thrilled to be returning to The Fantasticks as "El Gallo”. With over 70 professional theater credits some highlights include: Billy Bigelow, West End revival of Carousel, Scud the Rat “The Great American Mousical” Directed by Dame Julie Andrews, Bobby Child, Crazy for You (L. A. Ovation, Best Actor nominee), John Willoughby, World Premiere of Sense and Sensibility the Musical, Doctor Shocker, The Gay Bride of Frankenstein The REP (Spotlight Best Actor Nominee), Tours: Curly, Trevor Nunn revival of Oklahoma! 1st National tour. Radio: “Elaine Paige Sunday” (BBC Radio), The Alan Carr Show (BBC Radio) and “Friday Night is Music Night” (BBC Radio). TV: “The Alan Titchmarsh Show,” “This Morning” on ITV, The BBC New Year’s Eve countdown, “GMTV,” Port Charles (ABC) and “General Hospital” (ABC). Concerts: “The Royal Variety Performance,” For HRH Queen Elizabeth the 2nd, "Music on Fire", "Proms in Hyde Park”, as well as many symphonies across the USA .Film: Agent X in "Mayday" (starring Geoffery Lewis).

Recordings: Teatro (Sony/BMG) 1 million records sold world wide. 2 #1 albums, and a Gold Record, Solo Album Jeremiah James “Tupelo" (Yellow Sound Label). Proud member of Actors Equity USA & UK.

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SAMANTHA BRUCE

The Girl (Luisa)

Samantha Bruce is happy to be making her Off-Broadway debut in such a tremendous show. Some favorite regional credits include: Carousel (Julie Jordan), Gypsy (Louise), Cinderella (Cinderella), Oklahoma! (Laurey), Strike Up the Band (Joan), Into the Woods (Cinderella), Boeing-Boeing (Gretchen), Hairspray (Amber) and The Drowsy Chaperone (Kitty). Grateful to the cast/creative team, Mom, Dad, Norman, the Saiers, the Strawns, and my whole SRT family.

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GEORGE LEE ANDREWS

The Boy's Father (Hucklebee)

Broadway: Evita (2012 revival). Monsieur Andre in The Phantom of the Opera (original cast member - Guinness World Record: longest running actor in one show in Broadway history). A Little Night Music, On The Twentieth Century, Merlin and Sondheim, A Musical Tribute. Fredrik in A Little Night Music (1st Nat’l Tour and NYCO - PBS' "Live from Lincoln Center") . PBS Great Performances' "Sondheim Gala-A Celebration of Carnegie Hall's 200th Year". Starting Here, Starting Now (orig. cast).
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DONALD CORREN

The Girl's Father (Bellomy)

Donald Corren co-starred opposite Judy Kaye in the original Broadway production of SOUVENIR. Off-Broadway appearances include Old Jews Telling Jokes, The Soap Myth, Dietrich & Chevalier, The Last Sunday in June, Stephen Sondheim’s Saturday Night, and the original NY production of Tomfoolery. He has appeared in regional theatres across the country, and from 1991-99 appeared as Forensic Technician Medill on NBC’s “Law & Order”, where he had the privilege and pleasure of working with Jerry Orbach.
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INTYRE DIXON

The Old Actor (Henry)

Broadway: Cyrano de Bergerac, Sly Fox, Gypsy, The Crucible, Prelude To A Kiss, 1776, A Funny Thing Forum, The Tempest, Beauty and The Beast, 3 Penny Opera. Off-Broadway: Comic Potential, Arms and the Man, Room Service, Hamlet, Little Murders, The Tempest, Tom Foolery, Second City. Films include: School of Rock, In And Out, A River Runs Through It, The Dream Team, Funny Farm, Batteries Not Included, The Secret Of My Success, Popeye, Reds.
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MICHAEL NOSTRAND

The Man Who Dies (Mortimer)

Nostrand is happy to revisit The Fantasticks having played Mortimer at the Sullivan St. Playhouse for over a 1,000 performances. Broadway: Peter Pan (Smee), The Corn Is Green. National tours: Peter Pan (Smee) Jelly's Last Jam (Melrose Brother), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Deputy), and Dracula (Renfield). Film and tv credits: Phoebe In Wonderland, Stephanie Daley, The Good Wife, 10-8, Family Affair, For The People, The Beast, Coach, Profiler, Legacy, Soldier of Fortune, and Mr. Smee in A&E's Emmy Award winning Peter Pan. Michael directed the behind the scene segments for the feature films Half Nelson and Stephanie Daley (Silverwood Films), and is currently co-directing Playing For Keeps, a feature length documentary.
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PIERCE CRAVENS

The Mute

Broadway: RAGTIME, TOM SAWYER, TITANIC, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Off-Broadway/Regional: The Public/NYSF, MTC, NY Stage and Film, NYMF, InterAct Theatre, Walnut Street Theatre, Theatre 80. Film/TV selections: Season 2 Premiere of VEEP, Cal Widdecomb in BOARDWALK EMPIRE, RONAL THE BARBARIAN (Einstein Films), RISING STARS (Screen Media Films), FILMORE! (Disney), voice of Michelangelo in the new TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLE video game. AudioFile Earphones Award. Four albums. Grammy voting member of The Recording Academy. Represented by Evolution Entertainment and Professional Artists. Pierce is also a producer with Metropolitan Entertainment. www.metropolitanentertainment.com
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SCOTT WILLIS

Standby El Gallo, Bellomy, Hucklebee

Most recently, Scott was named the 2013 BroadwayWorld.com Best Leading Actor in both Los Angeles and San Francisco for his portrayal of “Bernadette” in Priscilla: Queen of the Desert. He is now happy to return to The Fantasticks having played “El Gallo” at the Sullivan Street Playhouse and performed with its 50th Anniversary Company here at The Snapple Theatre. Broadway and national touring credits include “Rooster Hannigan” in Annie, Rogers & Hammerstein's State Fair, the Tony Award-winning Crazy for You, David Merrick’s 42nd Street and “Santa Claus” with The Radio City Christmas Spectacular across America.

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RITA MARKOVA

Standby Luisa, The Mute

Off-Broadway: Homer's Odyssey (Bleecker Street). Other NYC: Something for the Boys (Theatre Row); Hidden Sky (Prospect Theater); Casanova (Amas Musical Theatre). Regional: Sweeney Todd (Johanna) Portland Center Stage; Fiddler on the Roof (Tzeitel) Walnut Street (Barrymore Award nomination); Cats (Jellylorum) Northern Stage; West Side Story (Maria); Into the Woods (Cinderella); The Immigrant (Leah); Guys and Dolls (Sarah); Beauty and the Beast (Belle). Special thanks to Paul and the rest of the Fantasticks team, teachers, friends, and fantastically supportive family.
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TOM FLAGG

Standby Henry, Mortimer, Hucklebee, Bellomy

Flagg was in the original Fantasticks, leaving it three times for Broadway shows. Ended the 20th Century on Broadway in Will Rogers Follies, How to Succeed... opened the new century in Oklahoma and Schmidt & Jones' Roadside. A Karate Master, Tom trains U.S. Marines and Navy Personnel in Martial Arts.
MUSICIANS
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ROBERT FELSTEIN

(At the Piano, Musical Director)

Robert has directed music for over 50 Equity productions around the country and has appeared in concert with many of musical theatre's best-known singers. Show Music Magazine, reviewing the first recording of the classic Johnny Mercer musical Foxy said, "Robert Felstein's piano playing makes the listener forget there is no orchestra". Original compositions include a musical, Orpheus in America in collaboration with playwright Robert Patrick, The Ghosts of Rowan Oak produced at the NJ Institute of Technology in 2006, and incidental music for several plays. He is on the faculty of the Hartt School of the University of Hartford.
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JACQUELINE KERROD

(At the Harp)

Jacqueline hails from Johannesburg, South Africa. She appears with the New York Philharmonic, New York City Opera and Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center with whom she made her debut in their 2006/07 season. She is a member of Perspectives Ensemble and American Modern Ensemble in New York.

Jacqueline is a founding member of the ground- breaking MAYA, a trio comprising flute, harp and percussion, and Clockwise, which specializes in South African repertoire.

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