National Tour Debut! Previous credits – Broadway: Waitress (Francine & Jenna u/s). Regionally, she has appeared in Murder Ballad (Sara), Les Misérables (Eponine), Lizzie Borden (Lizzie), Hunchback of Notre Dame(Esmeralda), Dogfight (Rose), A Chorus Line (Maggie), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Rachel), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena), Titus Andronicus (Lavinia). Proud BM Baldwin Wallace University Alumna and member of the Actor’s Equity Association. Endless gratitude to CGF, Lindsay from Tara Rubin, Trevor, Andy, Brian and Kristen, and the magic that is this Creative Team for this life altering experience. Love to BWMT’15, Mom, Dad, and Michael. For KJB and Tiff.
New York City based artist, Brandon Michael Nase, is a versatile performer of repertoire ranging from Musical Theatre to Pop, R&B, Jazz and Opera. He has recently been seen in ExtraOrdinary! (American Repertory Theater; dir. Diane Paulus), The Black Clown (American Repertory Theatre), Show Boat (Bucks County Playhouse; dir. Josh Rhodes), Ragtime (Tulane Summer Lyric; Coalhouse), Evita (Asolo Repertory Theatre; dir. Josh Rhodes), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (3D Theatricals; dir. Mark Kudisch; Judah), Frozen Live at the Hyperion (dir. Liesl Tommy; Olaf), Little Shop of Horrors (Sharon Playhouse; dir. Jennifer Werner; Audrey II), and Les Miserables (Dallas Theatre Center; dir. Liesl Tommy; Feuilly). Brandon received his Master of Music degree in vocal performance/musical theatre from NYU. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in choral music education from the renowned University of North Texas College of Music. Brandon has studied voice with Michael Ricciardone, Dr. Jeffrey Snider, and Dr. Linda DiFiore. In the fall of 2017 Brandon created and produced the Gospel according to Broadway, a musical web-series giving visibility to people of color by arranging musical theatre songs in gospel, R&B, and jazz styles. You can currently find all episodes from season one on YouTube! Of all his roles, Brandon’s favorites are performed offstage—husband to his caring wife, Lauren, and father to his beautiful daughter, Anaya and son, Ellis.
Timothy Gulan is thrilled to be in this amazing production of CATS. Most recently on Broadway, he performed in Sting’s The Last Ship. Other Broadway & Tours include Les Misérables 25th Anniversary (Thenardier), South Pacific (Billis), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Freddy), Some Like It Hot(Jerry/Daphne, opposite Tony Curtis), Picasso at the Lapine Agile (Picasso), Carousel, Falsettos, The Lion King, Blood Brothers, Passion, and The Frogs. World Premieres: Mr. Knightley in Paul Gordon’s Emma (New movie released at streamingmusicals.com), For the Boys, Houdini (Houdini), Eliot Ness in Cleveland, King Stag, Just So, Get In the Car. Movies/TV: South Pacific at Carnegie Hall, LCT’s Passion, “The Knick,” Salt, MacGruber, Ice Age, “Boardwalk Empire,” EL&IC, The Producers. Regionally, Tim has been fortunate enough to perform in The Glass Menagerie (Tom), Arsenic and Old Lace (Teddy), Amadeus (Mozart), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Gooper), Billy Elliot (Jackie), Bridges of Madison County (Bud), and Big Fish (Edward Bloom). Tim has also taught and guest lectured at colleges and theatres around the country. Gratitude to my family at Professional Artists and the whole team at Tara Rubin Casting. Love to my wife Kat. In memory of Lynn; we miss you every day.
Dan Hoy is thrilled to be a part of the CATS family. This show has a special place in Dan’s heart as he spent much of his childhood in Northeast Ohio watching the 1998 recording of the West End production. Touring Debut. Recent Regional: Jehan/Aphrodisius (Quasimodo U/S) in the Hunchback of Notre Dame (Great Lakes/Idaho Shakes), Gabe in Next to Normal (BTOTS), Jamie in Last Five Years (Revolution Theatrics), Pippin in Pippin (Thin Air Theater Co.), Jim in The Glass Menagerie (Big Dog Theatrics). Other credits include: Trigorin in The Seagull, Riff in West Side Story, Chad in All Shook Up, Mike in A Chorus Line, Jason in Bare. Graduate of Baldwin Wallace Music Theatre (Class of 2018) and the Chagrin Falls Performing Arts Academy (Class of 2014). Special thanks to Erin, Mallory and Melissa at CESD, as well as Lindsay and the team at Tara Rubin. He is grateful to his friends and family (Mom, Dad, Lizzie, Rachel, Grace and Zane) for all of their love and support.
Tion Gaston is a native of Charlotte, North Carolina. Tion is an undergraduate student at Point Park University majoring in dance. Regional credits include: Brigadoon, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Tion is ecstatic to be embarking on this new journey with CATS. Tion wants to give a huge thanks to God, his family, and all his teachers!
Born in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Began studying ballet with Carlos Agudelo and Lona Gomez. Danced with the National Ballet of Canada ‘09-‘17. Principal Dancer. Performed principal roles in Swan Lake, Onegin, Giselle, Cinderella, Romeo and Juliet. Performed lead roles in works by James Kudelka, Christopher Wheeldon, Jorma Elo, Alexei Ratmansky, Jerome Robbins, George Balanchine, Wayne McGregor, Crystal Pite. Musical theatre debut in the first national tour of An American in Parisplaying Jerry Mulligan.
Zachary S. Berger hails from Niskayuna, NY and couldn’t be more excited to be back into the junkyard. Credits include: CATS (International Tour); Jekyll and Hyde(World Tour); Hello, Dolly! National tour starring Sally Struthers (Cornelius u/s). Off-Broadway: The Kid, All That Glitters (Liberace). 42nd Street (Billy Lawlor) at Sacramento Music Circus, My Fair Lady (Freddy) at Theater by the Sea, The Little Mermaid (Scuttle) at Theater by the Sea. Holiday Inn (Ted Hanover) at Drayton Theater Festival. Chasing Rainbows at Flat Rock Playhouse (Clark Gable), Sting’s The Last Ship at Pioneer Theater Company (Arthur/Gideon u/s). Graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, BFA Musical Theater/Drama. So much love for my teachers, friends, and family who have challenged me and supported me along the way. Member of AEA. “Spread love.”
Caitlin Bond is thrilled to be making her Broadway national touring debut with CATS! Caitlin began her dance training at age 5 at the Atlantic Contemporary Ballet Theatre, under the tutelage of Phyllis Papa. More recently, Caitlin spent two years as a trainee with Atlantic City Ballet, one year in the Professional Training Division at Ballet West Academy, and one year in the Graduate Program at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. She has performed in professional productions with Atlantic City Ballet, Ballet West Academy, and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. Some of her favorite performances to date include The Nutcracker, and George Balanchine’s Western Symphony and Concerto Barocco. Caitlin has also attended multiple summer intensive programs including Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Houston Ballet, and Kirov Academy of Ballet. Caitlin appeared on Season 14 of “So You Think You Can Dance” and performed in the Emmy-winning dance “Brand New,” choreographed by Mandy Moore. Thanks to Mom, Dad and family for their endless love and support.
A native of Westfield, Massachusetts, Nick trained at New England Dance Center, under the direction of Loree Cloud. Nick attended Marymount Manhattan College where he attained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. While at MMC, he performed works by Paul Taylor, Bill T. Jones, and Aszure Barton. He has also trained with the Martha Graham School, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, and Springboard Danse Montreal. Post-college, Nick danced for the New York City based contemporary ballet company, Emery Lecrone Dance, where he performed at Jacob’s Pillow, as well as the Joyce Theater’s Ballet Festival (2015, 2017). He danced in the Kenzo by H&M Fashion show (directed by Jean-Paul Goude, choreographed by Ryan Heffington), and has performed in workshops/music videos by Jeffrey Denman, Chip Abbott, Josh Prince, and Lorna Ventura. Nick was most recently seen touring the US with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Raccoon/Ens). He would like to thank his family and friends for all of the love, support, and inspiration. Proudly repped by CESD.
Erin Chupinsky met her husband touring with CATS ten years ago, and it is a beautiful full-circle moment to be back with the show again! She grew up in Novi, Michigan, started dancing at age 3, performed in her first musical (Wizard of Oz) at age 7 and began voice lessons at age 9. Her career has brought her to 5 continents, more than 35 countries and 48 states. Off-Broadway: A Tree Grows In Brooklyn. Tours: US Premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies, Hello, Dolly! (starring Sally Struthers), CATS, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Wonderful Town (1st National). Regional Favorites: The Tempest (Ariel), Beauty and the Beast(Babette), Chicago, Victor Victoria. Training: BFA Musical Theatre Performance and Presidential Honors Scholar, Western Michigan University. LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts). Erin is a yogi, an ironman triathlete and has run 27 marathons in 22 different states! Love and gratitude to Kristen, Andy, Karen and the entire CATS team.
Tony d’Alelio is elated to be back on the road dancing a role he has dreamed of since kindergarten. Other National Tours include: Matilda the Musical (Michael Wormwood), Kinky Boots (Angel), Beauty and the Beast(LeFou). Creator of upcoming Web Series: “Daydream”. Thank you Gillian, Trevor, & Andy for this opportunity
Kaitlyn Davidson has been seen on Broadway in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella and Nice Work If You Can Get It. She went on to play the title role in R&H’s Cinderella on the first national tour after playing Judy Haynes in Irving Berlin’s White Christmas on the road, as well. Most recently, she launched the tour of Bright Star as Lucy Grant. New York favorites include developing Austen’s Pride as Caroline Bingley and Mrs. Gardiner, and The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin at New York City Center Encores! Select regional credits include the Signature Theatre’s production of James Lapine’s Mrs. Miller Does Her Thingas Carol Sue; Roxie in Chicago at The Riverside Theatre, and Marian Paroo in The Music Man at The Cape Playhouse. She has performed across the country at the American Repertory Theater, Pioneer Theater Company, Maltz Jupiter, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Music Theatre of Wichita, The MUNY, The 5th Avenue Theatre, and The Ordway. She is a graduate of The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Kaitlyn is forever grateful to the artists and theaters in Kansas City that gave her a wonderful start, including MTKC, KC Starlight, and Miller Marley; but especially to Mom and Dad.
Phillip Deceus is a New Jersey native and grew up attending Newark School of the Arts for music and dance. Deceus also trained at Alvin Ailey, New Jersey Ballet, and Joffrey Ballet. Regional Credits: My One and Only, On Kentucky Avenue; International: Tokyo Disney Sea Resort and Vegas The Show. Shoutout to MPSD and GNDT and thanks to all my Family, friends for your love and support.
PJ DiGaetano is thrilled to be making his national tour debut in CATS. Credits: CATS (Mr. Mistoffelees) Royal Caribbean, Iceploration (Austin) Busch Gardens, Singer/Dancer on Regent Cruise’s Navigator (traveled around the world to 55 countries and 6 continents). PJ has competed nationwide and has received titles including International Dance Idol, WCDE Male Elite Dancer, and has been a Pro-Revel assistant at Revel Dance Convention. PJ is a proud teacher and choreographer at Serena’s Dance Palace in Florida. Thank you to all of the teachers who have believed in me and supported me in my performance journey. Many thanks to casting and the whole creative team for this opportunity. Love to my family, friends, and incredible mom. Dreams do come true!
A native of New York, Maria was most recently singing in CATS on Broadway. Other credits include: National Tours of The Sound of Music and the Broadway revival of Evita, International Tour of West Side Story. Regional: Antonia in Man of La Mancha at (STCDC) and Mabel in Pirates of Penzance (BRT). Maria has also performed in concerts with the Norwalk Symphony, NJ Festival Orchestra, the Kurt Weill Fest (Dessau), and various cabaret theaters in NYC. She is a Kurt Weill Foundation Lotte Lenya and ATC Finalist. She is also the founder and host of the Bloom and Grow Radio Podcast, a show about houseplant care that inspires and empowers people to bring more green into their lives.
Justin W. Geiss is so pumped to be joining CATS! He started his dance training at Metropolitan Ballet Academy in Jenkintown Pennsylvania, where he would find his love for performing. He joined the Houston Ballet Academy when he was 14, and started dancing 9-6 Monday through Saturday and doing his High School online when he got home at night. Here, he performed in John Neumeiers Yondering as Molly Boy, and in Stanton Welch’s Tales of Texas as Pecos Bill, Amoeba, and Tarantella Soloist. After 3 years of hard training, he joined the Nancy Einhorn Milwaukee Ballet 2 Program where he would perform roles such as Alcindoro in Michael Pink’s La Boheme, Chinese Man and Jacks in Michael Pink’s The Nutcracker, Waiter in Thom Dancy’s My Dearest Horace Vandergelder, and Soloist in Timothy O’Donnell’s The Sunscreen Song. A year and a half into this program he left to do Compass Rose Theater’s production of A Chorus Line as Bobby. He recently performed in the John W Engeman Theater’s production of Newsies as Henry and U/S Crutchie. He has now made the full switch from strict ballet to musical theater, and he could not be happier about it.
Rose Iannaccone is ecstatic to take on her first national tour with CATS! Regional Theater: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Newsies, Gypsy, Singin’ in the Rain (Broadway at Music Circus), Mamma Mia! (Ogunquit Playhouse, Gateway Playhouse), Chicago (Wilton Playshop). Live Performance: Youtube Brandcast with Silento (O’othan), My Plate! The New Food Guide Pyramid Musical (Helen Buttleroff). Dance Company: XY Dance Project (Nijawwon Matthews), AbstraKT BEINGS (Theresa Stone). TV: “Law and Order SVU,” “Bull.” Attended the Institute for American Musical Theater ‘18. Rose would like to give special thanks to all her family, friends, and teachers who helped her achieve her goals, especially her mom. Meow!
Laura is thrilled to be joining the 1st National Tour of CATS. She grew up in Kansas City and received a BFA in Dance from the University of Arizona. She recently returned to the city after a year on the road with the 1st National Tour of An American in Paris. Prior to her time on tour, Laura danced with City Ballet of San Diego followed by Odyssey Dance Theatre in SLC where she performed many principal roles and did two international tours. She has danced works by Christopher Wheeldon, George Balanchine, Martha Graham, Bonnie Story, Derryl Yeager, Betsey Wistrich, Michael Tevlin, Gary Christ, Ann Reinking, and many others. While in Salt Lake City, Laura taught for the Ballet West Academy as well as company class for Odyssey and has recently been teaching at BDC. She is excited for this new journey and wants to thank Andy, Lindsay Levine and the CATSteam, her teachers at Miller Marley and U of A, Lisa Harvie for the endless inspiration, Lakey Wolff & Co., and mostly her incredible parents who have supported her every step of the way. This is for you!
Excited to be joining the Cats family. Broadway: An American In Paris, West Side Story. Off Broadway: Trip of Love, Doctor Faustus. First National Tours: An American In Paris, Wicked, Come Fly Away. Regional: Jerome Robbins Broadway (Muny) Television: “Fosse/Verdon,” “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “The Tonight Show,” “SNL” and others. Thanks to Mum for all her support.
A California native and New York City transplant, Tyler can’t believe he gets to tour the country with Cats. He spent the last year playing Riff in West Side Story (Ordway Performing Arts Center; North Shore Music Theatre; Theatre By The Sea) and intermittently traveled to Beijing, China to perform iconic choreography of theatre’s yesteryear with the American Musical Theatre Dance Company. Favorite Credits include: Annie (Hollywood Bowl); ELF National Tour (2014 and 2015); Honeymoon in Vegas (Marriott Theatre); Memphis (Engeman Theatre); 7 Brides for 7 Brothers (Candlelight Pavilion); Music Man (Musical Theatre West). Forever grateful to his phenomenal family and support system, he wouldn’t be anywhere if it weren’t for them.
Devin Neilson is thrilled to be joining the North American Tour of CATS. Theatre credits include Sacramento Music Circus (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers); John W. Engeman Theatre (Disney’s Newsies); Tuacahn Center for the Arts (Mamma Mia, Shrek, Peter Pan, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Tarzan); Carriage House Theatre (All Shook Up); Brigham Young University (Beauty and the Beast); Dixie State College (Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella). Devin received his Associates of Science degree from Dixie State College and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Brigham Young University in Music Dance Theatre. Devin grew up singing in church and community events and here is where he learned he possessed a passion for performing. When Devin is not on stage he enjoys coaching gymnastics, playing piano, writing, hiking, cooking and working out. Devin believes that hard work is the key to success and one of his favorite quotes is, “It’s not about the size of the dog in the fight, it’s about the size of the fight in the dog” (Mark Twain). Devin wants to thank his amazing family for their love and support and for helping him achieve his dreams. He knows he would not be where he is without them.
Born and raised in Edmonton, Canada, Charlotte is a graduate of the National Ballet School in Toronto, and also attended CODARTS in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. She has performed with Toronto Dance Theater and spent nearly a decade in Las Vegas, dancing and flying with Cirque Du Soleil in The Beatles Love show at The Mirage, as well as Steve Wynn’s ShowStoppers. From performing in Chicago on the world’s largest cruise ship, to playing in Disney’s The Little Mermaid, The Wizard of Oz, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat amongst the beautiful Red Rocks in St. George, Utah at Tuacahn, her pursuit of musical theater has been a wonderful adventure, eventually leading her to NYC to make her Broadway and first national tour debut with Christopher Wheeldon’s An American In Paris. Other credits and highlights include a guest appearance on “America’s Got Talent,” “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Amazon), and feature film, Cirque du Soleil World’s Away. Charlotte is thrilled to be joining the first national tour of the legacy that is CATS!
Emily Jeanne Phillips is thrilled to join the first national tour of CATS. Last winter Emily toured the country in Elf, the Musical which also played at Madison Square Garden. She had her Off-Broadway debut in Attack of the Elvis Impersonators at Theatre Row. She has performed in various Regional productions such as The Will Rogers Follies (Goodspeed Opera House), The Producers (Paper Mill Playhouse), Crazy For You (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse), Rent (Mimi Marquez), Funny Girl (North Shore Music Theatre), Beauty and the Beast (Ogunquit Playhouse), West Side Story (Conseulo), A Chorus Line (Cassie), Gypsy (Harbor Lights Theatre Co), Hairspray (Penny Pingleton) and more! Special thanks to Andy and the creatives, Lindsey Levine, and Gregg Baker. Love to Dad and Becca!
Raised in her grandmother’s dance studio, Accent On Dance, in Waukesha, WI, Lexie’s love of the performing arts began at a very early age. As a baby, whenever she would cry, her mom would bring her into tap class and she would immediately calm down. She began her own dance training at the age of two, and has been addicted to performing ever since. She went on to pursue her passion professionally, and received her BFA in Music Theatre Performance from Western Michigan University. While in school, Lexie also performed regionally at Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts in Warsaw, IN, and Timberlake Playhouse in Mt. Carroll, IL. Post-graduation, Lexie traveled the country with the national tour of Anything Goes with choreography by Kathleen Marshall, and the first national tour of Susan Stroman’s Bullets Over Broadway. She has also performed regionally at the Ogunquit Playhouse (Bullets Over Broadway), The Arvada Center (A Chorus Line, Val) and The Fulton Theatre (Guys & Dolls). When not performing, Lexie’s other passion lies in devouring as many books as she can.
Mariah Reives began dancing at a small studio in Sanford, North Carolina. She then went on to train at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and graduated from Marymount Manhattan College with a B.A. in Teaching. She has been seen on television for “The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon,” “So You Think You Can Dance” and Robin Roberts’ body double for their Oscars recap 2017 episode. Reives’ regional theatre credits include New York City Center, The Muny, and Theatre Under The Stars in shows such as The New Yorker, Me and My Girl, Jerome Robbins Broadway and The Wiz. Reives loves teaching and choreographing for studios in her spare time and loves sharing the fun and love of dance to everyone she encounters. She would love to thank her family and friends for the support and her amazing agents at Bloc NYC.
Adam Richardson is a native of Smithfield, Virginia. Adam holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master’s degree from The Juilliard School. In 2017, Mr. Richardson made his debut with Opera Philadelphia in Daniel Bernard Roumain’s world premiere opera We Shall Not Be Moved directed by Tony Award winner Bill T. Jones. This opera was reprised at The Apollo in New York and the Dutch National Opera in Amsterdam. Other credits include Jake in Porgy & Bess (Alte Oper Frankfurt and Hamburgische Staatsoper), The Ballad of Baby Doe (Central City Opera), Tosca (Central City Opera), and a host of other opera performances. Highlights from his musical theatre performances include Old Deuteronomy in CATS, Charlie/Ensemble in Showboat, Sir Lionel in Camelot and Candide. Adam is so happy to be joining his first National Tour in this production of CATS!
Ethan Saviet is thrilled to be joining the tour of CATS. Past regional credits include Pittsburgh CLO, Syracuse Stage, and MGR Playhouse. BFA, Syracuse University. Thanks to my friends and family for the love and support.
Originally from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Liz graduated with a BFA in musical theatre from Penn State University. College credits include: Sweeney Todd, Guys and Dolls, Spring Awakening. She joined Actors Equity Association after working for Pittsburgh CLO. Other regional credits include: Maine State Music Theatre (Zaneeta in The Music Man, Young Frankenstein) and The Fulton Theatre (Joseph…Dreamcoat, Elf, Sister Actand Ariel in Footloose). 1st National Tour credits include: Matilda (Swing, u/s Miss Honey) and An American in Paris (Ensemble, u/s Milo).
National Tour Debut.
Regional: Austen’s Pride (Mr. Collins/FLMTF), Sweeney Todd (Tobias/Stillpointe Theatre).
Regional Tour: A Christmas Carol (Jacob Marley).
BM: Peabody Institute, MM: NYU.
Tricia Tanguy is thrilled to be back on the road with CATS, exactly 10 years later! Tricia was the Understudy for all 4 women in The Marvelous Wonderettes (original Off-Broadway company and the Revival). Tours include the First National Tour of Sister Act (Ensemble; Mary Robert, Mary Patrick, Martin of Tours, Mary Theresa U/S), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (U/S to Diana Degarmo), CATS (Grizabella), and The Producers (Hold Me Touch Me.) As a soloist/vocalist, she has toured Japan and Taiwan with the Orchestra Japan for “Disney on Classic”, has sung the National Anthem for the Cleveland Indians, and was the MainStage female vocalist for Holland America Line’s Zuiderdam. Regional: Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, Theatre Aspen. Ithaca College grad (BFA Musical Theater) and Cleveland, Ohio native. Endless love to her parents, family, and friends and many thanks to Andy, Kristen, and Brian for this opportunity! For you Mom: Let the Memory live again.
Ahren Victory is THRILLED to be making her National Broadway Tour debut under the Jellicle Moon with her fellow CATS and Kittens! Ahren is a New York based performer who hails from Colorado. As a performer she began her training in the Classical Vocal Arts which quickly opened doors and paved the way for her love of Musical Theatre. Her Colorado Regional Theatre Credits include: Hairspray, Joseph Technicolor Dreamcoat, and The Women. Having been trained in various styles of Dance, she is privileged to work closely with several choreographers in New York including; Breton Tyner-Bryan, Jon Rua, Michael Fielder, and Carlos Neto. Ahren most recently performed at BC Beat and Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival with the Breton Follies, as well as the 29th Annual BCEFA’s Gypsy of the Year. Love & Gratitude to my Family, Friends, Lucille DiCampli Artist Representation, CATS Team, and Mentors for their endless guidance and support. DZLAM! “She was on a journey that required her to be Fierce. She was up for the task.”
Anthony Michael Zas is thrilled to be a part of this legendary production! Anthony’s most notable credits include the 1st National Tour of Newsieswhere he played the roles of Elmer and Spot Conlon. Anthony was then asked to reprise his role of Elmer in the filming of Newsies Live! Anthony recently made his television debut dancing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live’s Back to Brooklyn special”! Anthony wants to thank all his friends and family for their endless support!