Remy Zaken (Windywoo) Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen (Virtual Community Voice), Spring Awakening (OBC Thea). Off-Broadway: Collective Noun, One Flea Spare, Dear Evan Hansen, Brooklynite, The Anthem, Freckleface Strawberry (title role), Spring Awakening, Radiant Baby. Regional: The Diary of Anne Frank (title role), Spelling Bee, How I Learned To Drive, A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Best Debut). TV: "Bull," “Gossip Girl,” “Law and Order,” “It Could Be Worse." Columbia University: BA in psychology. In honor of this role, Remy has made a donation to ASPCA.
Frank Vlastnik (Jeff Hudson) Broadway: The “Snail with the Mail” in A Year with Frog and Toad, Sweet Smell of Success, Big. Off-Broadway: Sondheim's Saturday Night, I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change. Regional: A Wonderful Life (Goodspeed), Room Service (Westport Country Playhouse, 2014 CT Critics Circle Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play), Delaware Theatre Co., La Jolla Playhouse, Kander & Ebb's All About Us (WCP), McCarter Theatre, Yale Repertory, St. Louis Muny. TV: “Elementary,” "Boardwalk Empire," "Good Wife," "Person of Interest," "Law & Order." Co-Author of Broadway Musicals and Sitcoms, both published by Hachette. Graduate Illinois Wesleyan University. Thank you, JSC!
Daniel Everidge (Kiefer) Broadway: Grease (OBRC). Off-Broadway: Nominated for Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel awards for Lead Actor in Falling (Minetta Lane), Promenade (Encores! Off-Center), Found (Atlantic Theatre Company), Fat Camp (dir. Casey Hushion). The Metropolitan Opera’s Die Fledermaus (Ivan u/s). Film/TV: Portrayed the oddity the Lord of Leeds in the film The Greatest Showman, Inside Llewyn Davis, “Jessica Jones”, “The Knick”. Daniel is a featured soloist on the Grammy and Golden Globe Award-winning soundtrack for The Greatest Showman. @daneveridge.
Ryan Duncan (Hector Toro) Ryan has been seen on Broadway in Gettin’ the Band Back Together and Shrek. National Tour: Man of La Mancha. Off-Broadway; Nassim, Liberty, Altar Boyz (Drama League nom.), Soul Doctor, The Yellow Brick Road, The Fifth Column, it must be him, and My First Time. Regionally, he’s appeared in Passing Through, Goodspeed (CT), Most Beautiful Room/NY, Long Wharf (CT), Gettin’ the Band Back Together, George Street (NJ), tick, tick…BOOM!, ATF (NY), Shrek, 5th Avenue (WA), Striking 12, Good Theatre (ME), Side Show, Signature Theatre (VA), Hair, Studio Theatre (D.C.), and 1776 and A Christmas Carol, Ford’s Theatre (D.C.) TV/Film: “Blue Bloods”, “He’s With Me”, “FreakMe”, “The Bunny Hole”, In Stereo, Obits, Shrek the Musical, I Don’t Believe in That, and Stand By.
Kathy Searle (Princess Vicki) TV: “Red Oaks”, “Empire”, “The Good Fight”, “Bluebloods”, PBS pilots “Amanda’s Alligator” and “The Odd Squad”, “Body Of Proof”, “Law & Order”, “Gossip Girl”, “Lipstick Jungle”, “Law & Order Criminal Intent”, “Hope and Faith”, MTV’s “Hey Girl” and “Damage Control, Etc.” Film: recently released the black and white thriller “Empathy, Inc.”, ”My Man Is A Loser”, “Pitching Tents”, “Crazy Famous”, “Love In Kilnerry”, “ 8 Slices”, “Bill Tilghman and the Outlaws”,Fool’s Day, Petunia, Meskada, The Good Guy, Three Backyards, Confessions Of A Shopaholic, Baby Mama, being Michael Madsen Kathy’s theater credits include the off-Broadway shows “I Want To Destroy You“ “Apple Cove“ Perfect Harmony“ “My First Time“ star and co-creator of “The Awesome 80s Prom” and “Carrie” Williamstown: Whaddabloodclot Kathy can be seen and heard numerous commercials and voiceovers! Or on Instagram @kathysearle Currently has won three awards for best actress in the feature film “Love In Kilnerry,” and nominated for best actress in the western “Bill Tilghman And The Outlaws” Check her out www.kathysearle.com
Brian Losoya (Ivan) is excited to be back with the Windywoo team! An alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin, Brian is best known for his role as Leonard in the hit indie film Zero Charisma. He also is the creator and writer of the web series 'Public Access', available on YouTube and airing monthly on Manhattan Neighborhood Network, and has been called an 'up and coming' comedian in the NYC stand-up world. Thanks to Jonathan and Wendy, and to my family for letting me be the little weirdo I always was! Follow me on Instagram - @brianlosoya // 1 John 4:7-8
Lulu Picart (FurEver Home Volunteers / Attorney) Tours: R & H Cinderella (First National), Listen to My Heart (with David Friedman), Madagascar Live! (China). Off-Broadway: Disenchanted! (Nominated, Lortel Award). Selected regional: South Pacific, Man of La Mancha (Aldonza), 1776 (Rutledge), Edges, The Rocky Horror Show, Rent, Hair, Wit, Mame, A Christmas Carol. Co-host of the comedy podcast and YouTube channel 10k Dollar Day. Creator of a motivational speaking series using the tenets of improvisational comedy. Faculty, Pace University Performing Arts. www.findyourlightcoaching.com @lulupicart
Viet Vo (FurEver Home Volunteers / Secretary) is grateful to be back working with Jonathan and Amas Musical Theatre. Theatre: Vietgone, Carousel (NAAP), Fishing for Sives, Mikado, Evita, Songs for a New World. TV/FILM: The Blacklist, A Crime to Remember, Manifest, “Tales of the City”, “Lost”. Thank you to the cast and crew. Mahalo Nui Loa to Jonathan and Wendy. Lina, Hope you're watching.
Soara-Joye Ross (Ella) After closing New York City Center’s, Promenade and working on a new Adam Gwon musical, Lucille Lortel winner & Drama Desk nominee, Soara-Joye Ross, can now be heard on the Disenchanted: A New Musical Comedy 10th Anniversary cast album that was just released on itunes! Named, "A True Musical Theatre Diva!", by BroadwayBox.com, for her role of 'The Princess who Kissed the Frog' in Off-Broadway’s, “Disenchanted”, this Frog Princess’s favorite credits include: Les Misérables & Dance of the Vampires on Broadway. John Doyle’s reimagined Carmen Jones as ‘Frankie’, Dessa Rose (Lincoln Center), Jerry Springer the Opera (Carnegie Hall), The Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess (National Tour), ‘Sephronia’ in Nina Simone: Four Women(Alabama Shakespeare) & Anything Goes as ‘Reno Sweeney’ (Arena Stage). Film: Garden State. TV: “Crashing” (HBO). Much love to Beanie from Pumpkin Face. @lyricalsouljo