42nd Street

42nd Street is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Tams-Witmark LLC. www.concordtheatricals.com

Original Direction and Dances by GOWER CHAMPION

Originally Produced on Broadway by DAVID MERRICK

In compliance with the Healthy Elon protocols, all audience members – regardless of vaccination status – must wear masks in indoor campus spaces.

Special Thanks

Dr. Connie Book, Dr. Aswani Volety, Dr. Gabie Smith, Chair Lauren Kearns, NCCU Theater, Whitney Goodman

Cast

Abner Dillion/Ensemble, Julian Marsh U/SAndy Edelman
Andy Lee/EnsembleRenell Taylor
Ann Reilly (Anytime Annie), Peggy Sawyer U/SAlex Pouloutides
Bert BarryZion Middleton
Bert U/S, Pat Denning U/S, Abner Dillion/Ensemble U/SAidan Levinson
Billy LawlorSayo Oni
Dorothy BrockAudrey Trullinger
Dorothy Brock U/S, Maggie U/SAbby Harnum
Ensemble #1 F., Phyllis Dale U/S, Lorraine Flemming U/SCaroline Borio
Ensemble #2 F./EthelShannon O’Shaughnessy
Ensemble #3 F./Diane LorimerKatie Jo Fulks
Ensemble #4 M.Bryant Howard
Ensemble #5 M., Billy U/SDaniel Brackett
Ensemble #6 M., Mac U/S, Oscar U/STimothy Brausch
SwingKimmy Sessions
Julian MarshWeston LeCrone
Lorraine FlemmingCamille Fundingsland
Mac, EnsembleAlex Segarra
Maggie JonesElsa Oates Keefe
Oscar, Ensemble, Andy Lee U/SJaron Cole
Pat DenningZeth Dixon
Peggy SawyerMary Kate McDonald
Phyllis Dale, Ann Reilly (Anytime Annie) U/SHannah Hubbard

Creative Team

Co-DirectorsAlexandra Joye Warren
Chari Arespacochaga
ChoreographerDeborah Leamy
Assistant ChoreographersHannah Hubbard
Renell Taylor
Music Director/ConductorChris Rayis
Asst. Student Music DirectorAbby Harnum
PianoTyson Hankins
Artistic DirectorJulio Matos
Assistant Scenic DesignerJessica Valente
Scenic ArtistJonathan Jensen
Elizabeth Brady
Costume CoordinatorJack Smith
Assistant Costume DesignerRiley Gibson
Sound DesignerMike Smith
Lighting DesignerArthur Reese
Assistant Lighting DesignersAlex Nemfakos
Hannah Brown
Stage ManagerAllyson Vogel
Assistant Stage ManagerHaley Robles

Production Team

Production ManagerBill Webb
Technical DirectorJP Mullican
Asst. Technical DirectorEric Kanzinger
Costume Shop ManagerHeidi Jo Scheimer
Props SupervisorNatalie Taylor Hart
Props CoordinatorHaley Richey
Props ArtisanBecca Wycoff
Audio EngineerSydney Bell
Audio 2Sarah Adams
Sound CrewSarah Fetherston
Light Board OperatorSophia Walper
Followspot OperatorsCollin Flanagan
Derick Donato
Light CrewMari Davis
Maretha Rawls
Erik Dilauro
Deck ChiefEric Kanzinger
Deck CrewErik Houck
Kameron Askew
Keri Anderson
Mia McManamy
Fly OperatorsCharles Pelletier
Ella Huestis
Kayla Jordan
Wardrobe CrewCharlee Rubino
Ellie Schwartz
Katie Kapp
Summer Severin
Front-of-House SupervisorDavid McGraw
Poster DesignSydney Dye
House ManagerLaura McGuire

Musical Numbers

Overture & Opening Act One ……….Dancers

Young and Healthy ……….Peggy, Billy

In Four: Shadow Waltz ……….Maggie

In Three: Shadow Waltz ……….Dorothy

Production: Shadow Waltz ……….Dorothy, Ensemble

Reprise: Shadow Waltz ……….Dorothy

Go Into Your Dance ……….Maggie, Peggy, Annie, Phyllis, Lorraine, Andy

You’re Getting to be a Habit with Me ……….Dorothy

Getting Out of Town ……….Maggie, Bert, Pat, Full Ensemble

Dames ……….Billy, Full Ensemble

I Know Now ……….Dorothy, Billy, Full Ensemble

We’re in the Money ……….Annie, Phyllis, Lorraine, Peggy, Full Ensemble

There’s a Sunny Side to Ev’ry Situation ……….Annie & Full Ensemble

Lullaby of Broadway ……….Julian, Billy, Andy, Bert, Annie, Phyllis, Lorraine, Maggie, Abner, & Full Ensemble

About a Quarter to Nine ……….Dorothy, Peggy

Shuffle Off to Buffalo ……….Bert, Maggie, Annie, & Full Ensemble

Forty-Second Street ……….Peggy & Full Ensemble

Finale Act Two ……….Julian & Full Ensemble

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Bios

Alexandra Joye Warren

Alexandra Joye Warren

Sayo Oni

Sayo Oni

Natalie Taylor Hart

Natalie Taylor Hart

Sydney Bell

Sydney Bell

Renell Taylor

Renell Taylor

JP Mullican

JP Mullican

Alex Pouloutides

Alex Pouloutides

Katie Fulks

Katie Fulks

Zeth Dixon

Zeth Dixon

Elsa Oates Keefe

Elsa Oates Keefe

Weston LeCrone

Weston LeCrone

Hannah Hubbard

Hannah Hubbard

Zion Middleton

Zion Middleton

Jaron Cole

Jaron Cole

Hannah Elise Brown

Hannah Elise Brown

Alex Nemfakos

Alex Nemfakos

Camille Fundingsland

Camille Fundingsland

Mary Kate McDonald

Mary Kate McDonald

Andy Edelman

Andy Edelman

Daniel Brackett

Daniel Brackett

Eric Kanzinger

Eric Kanzinger

Erik Houck

Erik Houck

Kameron Askew

Kameron Askew

Bryant Howard

Bryant Howard

Abby Harnum

Abby Harnum

Ella Huestis

Ella Huestis

Summer Severin

Summer Severin

Mia McManamy

Mia McManamy

Timothy Scoot Brausch

Timothy Scoot Brausch

Alex Segarra

Alex Segarra

Shannon O’Shaughnessy

Shannon O’Shaughnessy

Sarah Kay Adams

Sarah Kay Adams

Audrey Trullinger

Audrey Trullinger

Tyson Hankins

Tyson Hankins

Deborah Leamy

Deborah Leamy

Arthur Reese

Arthur Reese

Kimmy Sessions

Kimmy Sessions

Haley Robels

Haley Robels

Chris Rayis

Chris Rayis

Allyson Vogel

Allyson Vogel

Elizabeth Brady

Elizabeth Brady

Alexandra Joye Warren

Alexandra Joye Warren is an Assistant Professor of Performing Arts at Elon University. Alexandra received her BA from Spelman College and MFA from UNC Greensboro. She performed, choreographed, and taught in New York with Christal Brown's INSPIRIT dance company, Paloma and Patricia McGregor's Angela's Pulse, Sydnie L. Mosley Dances and others. Alexandra has been fortunate to study with Germaine Acogny’s Jant-Bi at L'Ecole Des Sables in Senegal and worked with Bill T. Jones as a performer in development of Fela! the Musical. Alexandra is the 2021 Inaugural Artist-In-Residence for the Greensboro Downtown Parks. Alexandra is the Founding Artistic Director of JOYEMOVEMENT dance company which has toured nationally since 2014.

Sayo Oni

Sayo Oni is a Junior at Elon University in the Musical Theatre BFA program. Some of his most recent credits are The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin, Beast Mode Champion, and Songs for a New World. Sayo would like to thank his mom, dad, sisters, niece, and extended family and friends for their unlimited support. Sayo would also like to thank the creative team and cast for all of their hard work on this production. He's incredibly grateful for the opportunity to perform and be surrounded by this talented ensemble.

Natalie Taylor Hart

Natalie Taylor Hart is a Scenic Designer and the Associate Chair of Performing Arts at Elon University. Selected Scenic Designs: New York: Tech Support (59E59TH, Off-Broadway); Tartuffe (Queens Theatre, Off-Off-Broadway); Slave Shack (Algonquin Theatre); Associate Designer for The Wiz (The Netherlands). Regional: Life in the Fat Lane (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); Having Our Say, Our Town {Scenic Consultant}, Fences {Finalist in World Stage Design 2017 Taipei}, White Lightning (Triad Stage). Exhibitions: USITT Design Expo, Prague Quadrennial, World Stage Design Finalist 2017, Lincoln Center Portfolio Review. MFA, Ohio University. Proud member of IATSE USA Local 829. natalietaylorhart.com

Sydney Bell

Sydney Bell is a senior Theatrical Design and Technology and Arts Administration major from Atlanta, Georgia. Sydney is honored to work on this amazing show with so many talented artists and individuals. Sydney’s notable Elon credits include Beast Mode Champion (Stage Manager), We Will Rock You (Asst. Stage Manager), Clown Bar (Asst. Stage Manager), and 1940's Radio Hour (Asst. Stage Manager). Sydney has enjoyed working with this wonderful team, and she is excited to share this production with everyone! Sydney would like to thank her parents and friends for their love and support.

Renell Taylor

Renell Taylor (Performer) is delighted to be making an appearance in The Moment. Recent/Favorite credits include Lucky in Dames at Sea at the National WWII Museum, Specs in Newsies with Tulane Summer Lyric Theatre, and Ensemble in Catch Me if You Can at Tent Theatre. He is a sophomore at Elon University where he is double majoring with a minor to receive a BFA in Musical Theatre, a BA in Arts Administration, as well as a minor in business administration. Renell would like to give special thanks to his family and friends as well as all of the amazing educators he has had the pleasure to learn from.

JP Mullican

JP has served as the Performing Arts Technical Director since Fall 2017. Prior to Elon, he worked as a technical designer, lead craftsperson, and project manager. Outside of Elon, he continues work as a freelance technical designer on productions such as the Frozen Australian Tour, The Beauty and the Beast in Shanghai, and The Phantom of the Opera World Tour. In his free time, JP builds custom furniture and runs an ever-increasing number of virtual Dungeons & Dragons campaigns. He couldn’t do any of this without the constant support of his amazing partner, Amanda.

Alex Pouloutides

Alex is a senior BFA music theatre major and is thrilled to be making her Elon MT debut in 42nd Street. She has previously appeared on the McCrary Stage in the 2020 spring dance concert Rite Of Seasons. She would like to thank Professor Matos, Ken, Sara, Nina, Gene, and Deb for their support, as well as LK and the dance department. She is so grateful to her mom, dad, and sister for their love and encouragement throughout this process. When in doubt, tap it out.

Katie Fulks

Katie is a proud native of Huntington, West Virginia and senior at Elon University pursuing a B.F.A in Dance Performance & Choreography and a B.A. in Arts Administration. At Elon, she has performed choreography by Christal Brown, Casey Avaunt, Jen Guy Metcalf, and Amy Beasley. This summer, Katie performed in Tarzan the musical, Honey in the Rock, and Romeo and Juliet with Theatre West Virginia. Some of her other performance credits include Jovie in Elf the Musical, Sharpay in High School Musical, and Juliet in the Romeo and Juliet ballet. Katie is also a researcher studying the propaganda potential of ballet choreography with a focus on Soviet Union ballets.

Zeth Dixon

Zeth Dixon is very excited to perform live at Elon University for the first time. He would like to thank his family, friends, and teachers for their constant support.

Elsa Oates Keefe

Elsa Oates Keefe is a sophomore Musical Theatre major and is thrilled to be back on the Elon University stage! She recently appeared as Chitty Chatty Pal in The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin on Elon’s Mainstage. Credits include Jo March (Little Women), Penny Pingleton (Hairspray), and Katherine (Newsies) for which she received two New Hampshire Theatre Awards. She is a proud YoungArts alumni. She’d like to thank her family for being a fierce supporter of her life in the arts and beyond, as well as Kenneth Lee and her friends at Elon for all of their support.

Weston LeCrone

Weston is thrilled to be returning to the stage in the fall of his senior year. Previous Elon credits include: Fugitive Songs, Damn Yankees, Bent, and #silenced (Co-Director). Regional/professional credits include: Sound of Music (Beef & Boards), Mamma Mia, Mary Poppins (The Prizery), And Then They Came For Me (Indiana Rep). Special thanks to the cast, crew, and creative team for all their dedication to this project. Much love to Mom and Dad.

Hannah Hubbard

Hannah is a current senior in the Music Theatre and Arts Administration program here at Elon and she cannot wait to get back on stage, especially in a tap dance show. Hannah's been tapping since she was four years old and has been in various tap shows like Anything Goes and Crazy For You. When not tapping on stage you can find her tapping in the garage with her dad or trying to convince her mom to join in. I hope you enjoy the show!

Zion Middleton

Zion Middleton is a junior BFA Music Theatre major from McDonough, Ga. His passion for social justice and change in today’s society is what drives his need to perform. Outside of performing he enjoys directing, playing soccer, and working at the Boys and Girl’s Club of Alamance County. Other theatre credits include: Aldolpho in The Drowsy Chaperone, Judas in Godspell. Lucas in Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin, and Fortinbras in Hamlet. Special thanks to his mother, grandmother and brother!

Jaron Cole

Jaron is a Junior BFA Music Theatre and BA Arts Administration major with a minor in Business Administration from Madison, New Jersey. 42nd Street marks Jaron's official Elon Mainstage Debut! At Elon, Jaron has served as the Asst. Director/Choreographer for Fugitive Songs and as a Swing in Beast Mode Champion. This fall, Jaron is the President of Renegade Productions, Elon's Student-Run Theatre Organization. Jaron would like to thank his friends, family, MT23, and the entire Elon MT family!

Hannah Elise Brown

Hannah Elise Brown is a sophomore Theatrical Design and Technology major from Raleigh, North Carolina. Hannah Elise is beyond excited to be working with all of the talented individuals of this program! Hannah Elise’s notable Elon credits include Beast Mode Champion (Asst. Stage Manager), Dog Sees God (Asst. Lighting Designer), and Elephant Man (Stage Manager). Hannah is thankful for the opportunity to work with this wonderful team and hopes everyone enjoys this production! Hannah would like to thank her family and friends for their love and support.

Alex Nemfakos

Alex is a Senior TDT major with a concentration in lighting and stage management. This year she is the lighting designer on Heart of Shrapnel, Sense and Sensibilities, and Cherry Orchard. Additionally, she is one of several lighting designers on the Fall Dance Concert and an assistant lighting designer on 42nd Street.

Camille Fundingsland

Camille Fundingsland is a second year BFA Musical Theatre Major all the way from San Diego, California. She is incredibly excited to take part in her first Elon production as Lorraine in 42nd Street. Recent credits include Little Women (Beth), Xanadu (Kira), and Newsies (Katherine). Special thanks to her voice professor Dr. Polly, Mom, Dad, and her little sis Audrey for all the support! Instagram: @camille_nf

Mary Kate McDonald

Mary Kate is a sophomore BFA Music Theatre major ecstatic to be making her mainstage debut in 42nd Street! Past favorite credits include The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy Gale), Peter Pan (Wendy Darling), and Yeston’s Phantom (Christine Daae). Mary Kate is thrilled for live theatre’s return and cannot wait to share this piece with you. Special thanks to the cast, creative team, Dr. Polly Cornelius, and her Mom, Dad, and brother Patrick for their wisdom, empathy, and support.

Andy Edelman

Andy is thrilled to kick off senior year at Elon in 42nd Street as Abner Dillon, Dance Ensemble & Julian Marsh u/s. Upcoming: Footloose (Ensemble/Assistant Dance Captain); Opera House Theatre Company. Previous: La Cage Aux Folles, The Music Man, Chicago, West Side Story.

Daniel Brackett

Daniel Brackett is senior in the music theatre program. At Elon, he has appeared in Fugitive Songs, Damn Yankees, and Once On This Island. Born and raised in Southern California, Daniel has worked with several companies in the area including Ensemble Theatre Company, 5 Star Theatricals, Rubicon Theatre Company, and Ventura Ballet Company. Upon graduation, Daniel plans to move to New York to pursue a Broadway career, and eventually land back in sunny SoCal.

Eric Kanzinger

Eric is currently a senior at Elon studying Theatrical Design and Technology with a focus in technical direction and scenic construction with a minor in communications. He has been a part of the theatre world since sixth grade, both acting and working backstage, but fell in love with the technical world at the end of his high school career. Eric would like to thank the wonderful design team, directing team, actors, professors, and his family for helping him get to where he is today and for creating such a wonderful show.

Erik Houck

Erik Houck is a first year at Elon University and is super excited to be a part of this production. He would to thank his parents and friends for giving him enough support to get him to this amazing school as well as the Governors School for the Arts for giving him the training to get into this program.

Kameron Askew

Kameron Askew is a first year Musical Theatre Major from Dallas, Texas. He is so thrilled and grateful to be creating art again with so many amazing artist on stage as we return to normalcy. He would love to thank his family for their constant support, and cannot wait to experience his years to come at Elon!

Bryant Howard

Bryant is a junior Music Theatre transfer from California and he could not be more excited to be performing in his first show at Elon! Bryant spent the past summer performing in a variety show at Boyne Highlands Resort in Michigan. Some of his other favorite credits include Tony (West Side Story), Bobby (A Chorus Line), The Baker (Into the Woods), Link Larkin (Hairspray), and Danny Zuko (Grease). Bryant thanks you for coming and hopes you enjoy the show!

Abby Harnum

Abby Harnum is a current proud member of the Music Theatre BFA class of 2023 here at Elon University. Most recently, Abby traveled to Florence, Italy this past summer and performed in the Ensemble of La Bohéme and La Traviata. She has also been seen as Gertrude McFuzz in the Bucks County Playhouse Youth Company’s production of Seussical and as Sister Sophia in their production of The Sound of Music. Abby is very grateful to be a part of this production and she’d like to thank her friends, family and the Elon faculty for their support.

Ella Huestis

Ella is a first-year Music Theatre student from Dallas, TX, and is thrilled to be performing on the Elon stage! She is extremely thankful for the opportunity to perform in person with her lovely classmates and is excited to grow as an artist over the next four years. Favorite credits include Bonnie (Bonnie & Clyde), Roxie (Chicago), Little Sally (Urinetown), Katherine/Dance Corps (Newsies). She would like to show her appreciation for the entire production team for making this magical production possible and for her family for their endless love and support. Enjoy the show!

Summer Severin

Summer Severin is a freshman Music Theatre major and is so grateful for every day here at Elon! She is so excited to be performing in person again alongside her beloved classmates. She would like to thank her mom, brother, and best friend, Karina, for supporting her throughout her journey to performing on this stage today.

Mia McManamy

Mia is so grateful to be a First Year BFA Music Theatre Major as well as a College of Arts and Sciences College Fellow. She grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and has worked at KC Rep, Starlight Theater, The Coterie, and New Theater Restaurant. She recently graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan where she spent her Senior Year of High School. She would not be here without her incredible family, teachers, and support system. Go Phoenix!

Timothy Scoot Brausch

Thanks to my friends and family!

Alex Segarra

Alex Segarra, born in Chicago and raised in Miami, is now a senior Music Theater major with 42nd Street being his second main-stage production, previously performing in the McCrary theater in Once On This Island his freshman year. Being a strong dancer along with having a natural stage presence, he has been in various other performances throughout his collegiate career through student-produced showcases such as Grand Night and Elon Cares. Saying goodbye is never easy, but he is excited to perform in a show one more time before he graduates. Special thanks to his family and friends, enjoy the show!

Shannon O’Shaughnessy

Shannon is a Senior Drama and Theatre Studies Major here at Elon, with minors in Music and Dance. Previously at Elon, she was a student dramaturg for The Wolves. This past Spring she spent the semester studying Classical Acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Shannon is thrilled to be a part of this show and wants to thank her family and friends for their constant love and support.

Sarah Kay Adams

Sarah is a sophomore double major in theatre design and technology with a focus in lighting and sound as well as arts administration. She is so happy to be one of the lighting designers and a designer for the first time here at Elon! In her most recent shows, she was assistant stage manager for Heart of Shrapnel and Audio Technician 2 for 42nd Street. She hopes you enjoy watching these amazing dancers!

Audrey Trullinger

Audrey is a Senior Music Theatre Major here at Elon. This is her FIRST time in an Elon Mainstage Musical and to say she is excited would be an understatement. She would like to thank her friends and family for being there for her through everything! Love you all!

Tyson Hankins

Tyson Hankins is one of the full-time staff accompanists for the musical theatre program at Elon University. A classically trained pianist, Tyson is able to play a multitude of genres ranging from classical to pop and everything in between. Since beginning work here in 2006, he has accompanied many musical productions at Elon University, as well as numerous musical productions for community theatre and professional organizations in the area.

Deborah Leamy

Deb has performed on Broadway in Never Gonna Dance, Sweet Sell of Success, and was an original cast member of the Tony winning Broadway musical Fosse. Regional/National tours include: Chicago, Phantom of the Opera, Joseph...Dreamcoat, Bye, Bye Birdie, Kiss Me Kate, and A Chorus Line. Choreographer/Director for productions of Legally Blonde, Fugitive Songs, Damn Yankees, Pippin, My Way, Shrek, Roar of the Greasepaint..., and Grease as well as various cabarets, benefits/revues. In 2016 she created the west coast version of the NYC AIDS benefit BROADWAY BARES, in San Francisco, in conjunction with BC/EFA.

Arthur Reese

Arthur M. Reese received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Virginia. Reese was the first and to our knowledge, is still the only African American to earn this degree from UVA. Professor Reese is known throughout the United States and abroad for his technical prowess in the theater realm. He has set the mood for the past 32 years as Technical Director for the National Black Theater Festival in Winston-Salem, NC. He has designed sets and lighting for Maya Angelou, John Amos, Samuel L. Jackson, the Negro Ensemble Co. and over a thousand other productions.

Kimmy Sessions

Kimmy Sessions (Swing) is so excited to be working on her first Elon Mainstage. She is a junior from South Florida majoring in Arts Administration with a triple minor in Dance, Theatre Arts, and Business Administration. This past year she studied dance and Italian in Florence, interned and trained in NYC, and will continue her studies in Ghana this January. Favorite roles include Charity (Sweet Charity), Polly (Crazy For You), and Annie (42nd Street) you can also see her in the Fall Dance Concert this month. Thank you to the creative team for this opportunity. Enjoy the show!

Haley Robels

Haley is a sophomore double major in Theatrical Design & Technology and Psychology from Lakeland, Florida! She is thrilled for you all to see this amazing show filled with so much talent and hard work. Her previous credits include Assistant Stage Manager for The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin. She hopes that you all enjoy the show and would like to thank her family, friends, and the wonderful company of 42nd Street!

Chris Rayis

CHRIS RAYIS (Music Director) Broadway: Frozen. National Tour: Hamilton; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Elf; Man of La Mancha. Film: The Last Five Years. Off-Broadway: Far From Heaven; Cruel Intentions. As composer-lyricist: Just South of Gihon (Belmont University); Deep Water Ballad (Penn State); The Music of Chris Rayis (54 Below); Miss Helvetica (The American School in Switzerland); Jenny and the Paper Pirates (The American School in Switzerland). CHRIS RAYIS || TRANSCRIBER OF DREAMS out now on Spotify and Apple Music. Proud part-owner of Manchester United, the world's greatest football club.

Allyson Vogel

Allyson Vogel is a junior majoring in Biology and Theatrical Design and Technology with a focus in stage management. She is overjoyed to stage-manage 42nd Street, and this is her first show to have a live audience! Her recent shows include The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (stage manager) and Pheromone (stage manager). She is so proud of all the hard work put into this show, and she looks forward to be studying abroad in the spring.

Elizabeth Brady

Elizabeth is a senior graduating with a degree in Theatrical Design and Technology Major as well as Arts Administration. She is thrilled to design her first Elon show and cannot wait for audiences to see this story come to life. She would like to thank the cast, crew, and production team for making this first show experience so influential. She is extremely grateful to be a part of this show and finally enjoy live theatre again.