Jeremy Jordan will soon join the cast of the acclaimed Off Broadway revival of Little Shop of Horrors in the lead role of Seymour. He most recently starred on Broadway opposite Kerry Washington in the provocative new play, American Son, reprising his role in the recent Netflix film adaptation. He'll star as Casablanca Records founder Neil Bogart in the upcoming feature, Spinning Gold. Other Broadway: Newsies (Tony, Grammy, Drama Desk nominations), Waitress, Bonnie & Clyde (Theatre World Award), West Side Story, Rock of Ages. TV: Series regular on CW’s "Supergirl”, NBC’s “Smash”, Disney Channel’s “Tangled”. Films: The Last 5 Years opposite Anna Kendrick, Joyful Noise with Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, Newsies. Follow @JeremyMJordan for concert and music updates.
Kara Lindsay is currently playing Glinda in Wicked in Los Angeles after performing the role on Broadway and the 2nd National Tour. Kara recently starred in Beautiful and made her Broadway debut as journalist Katharine Plumber, the love interest of Jeremy Jordan’s Jack Kelly, in the 2012 Disney musical Newsies, a role she created at Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey. She also originated the role of Laura in the musical adaptation of Little House on the Prairie at Paper Mill. Other regional credits include Cabaret, Lone Star Love, A Christmas Carol and Cats.
As a graduate of Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, Corey has spent the last few years since graduation establishing himself on both stage and screen. He received critical acclaim for his performance in the Tony Award winning musical Bandstand. Previous roles include two years as Jack Kelly in Disney’s Newsies, his Broadway debut, which was immediately followed by the Broadway revival of Gigi starring opposite Vanessa Hudgens.
On television, he portrayed writer Townsend Martin opposite Christina Ricci in the Amazon series Z: The Beginning of Everything, about the life of Zelda Fitzgerald and can be seen in a recurring role on The Good Fight (CBS All Access). Across the Atlantic, Mr. Cott co- starred alongside Hattie Morahan in the BBC miniseries, My Mother and Other Strangers, which also aired on PBS. He was a series regular in the Amazon pilot, The Interestings, and has guest starred on Madam Secretary, Public Morals, and Law and Order: SVU. He will star opposite Kim Cattrall in the new Fox drama Filthy Rich premiering in fall of 2020.
Christy is originating the role of Anya in the Broadway production of Anastasia to open at the Broadhurst Theater on April 24, 2017. Christy opened in her Broadway debut as Sophie Sheridan in Mamma Mia at the Winter Garden Theater - NYC. Christy portrayed the role of Sue Snell in the reimagined MCC Theater off-Broadway production of Carrie for it's 2011/12 season.
In the fall of 2011 Christy brought to life Jerusha Abbott in the Detroit run of John Caird and Paul Gordon's new musical, Daddy Long Legs.
Christy joined the 1st national touring cast of Spring Awakening as Wendla Bergmann in the summer of 2008. She took the stage for over 600 performances through 44 cities across the US and Canada.
Christy is a 2008 graduate of Cincinnati University’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) with a BFA in Musical Theater. While
at the university, she played several roles in CCM and regional productions.
Rusty was Jerry Mitchell’s Original Associate Choreographer for the Tony Award winning Kinky Boots on Broadway. He was the Associate Choreographer of both US Tours, London, Sydney/Melbourne, Toronto, Seoul, Tokyo and Hamburg.
Dusty is currently the Associate Choreographer of Pretty Woman on Broadway, London, Hamburg and the upcoming US National Tour.
Rusty was the Legally Blonde production dance supervisor for London and UK Tour. He was also the Production Dance Supervisor for Hairspray on Broadway and US Tour.
As a performer he has danced on Broadway Cats, Ragtime, Seussical, Hairspray and Legally Blonde.
Brian Michael Hoffman
A graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts and Syracuse University, Brian’s performed at theatres across the country including Madison Square Garden, 54 Below, Sacramento Music Circus, the MUNY, Maine State, Syracuse Stage, Ogunquit Playhouse and starred as Horton in the Off-Broadway revival of Seussical.
Kelley Hinman (SAG-AFTRA, AEA) is a 1982 graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse where he studied with Sanford Meisner.
Kelley’s professional stage work includes: Off-Broadway (Pan-Asian Repertory Theater, The Actors Studio), and numerous productions in Los Angeles where he received a Dramalogue Award for his performance as Dr. Wilson in TERRA NOVA.
His film work includes roles in WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU’RE EXPECTING with Dennis Quaid and THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD with Kevin Kline. Principal television roles include DROP DEAD DIVA as Dr.Liddell, HORNET’S NEST as Blair Mauney III, and THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS as Bob Porter.
Kelley has been teaching a Meisner intensive to international students at the YWAM School of Acting for the Screen (SAS) since 2009 (Kona, Hawaii; Brisbane, Australia; and Dunham, Quebec) and four levels of Meisner acting technique at his studio in Charlotte since 2015.