Book by Jacey Powers, Music by Adam Spiegel, Lyrics by Dan Wolpow


at The Studio at Theatre Row

  • Thursday, July 11, 2013 at 3:00 pm
  • Thursday, July 11, 2013 at 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 3:00 pm

Wally Waterman, a brilliant but arrogant young physicist, is hard at work creating a human teleporter when he accidentally clones himself. What happens when two giant, identical egos collide? Havoc and hilarity, naturally, in this musical farce.

Running Time: 2 hours 45 minutes with intermission.

Please Note: Platinum or Diamond Members and Patrons may book tickets online. Tickets will be released to the General Public 48 hours prior to curtain on an as available basis.

Jacey Powers

Jacey Powers (Book)

Jacey Powers is the daughter of the late playwright John R. Powers, and writes with the aim of living up to her father’s incredible legacy. Her full-length play, Picking Up was produced Off-Broadway at the DR2 Theater. A one-act play she authored: Metacarpal Magnetism was presented as part of Sight Unseen Seven in downtown Manhattan.  Other writing credits include six adaptations of various children’s stories and an original children’s theater piece: Happily Ever After and All That Jazz, presented throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Jacey’s passion for original new works can be seen in her extensive credits an actor; among them, the world premiere of Band Geeks! at Goodspeed Opera Company; and the original Off-Broadway cast of Falling at the Minetta Lane Theater.  She can also be seen at the end of July in NYMF’s The Hills Are Alive, as “Gerdy.”

Adam Spiegel

Adam Spiegel (Music)

Adam Spiegel is a New York-based composer, singer, songwriter, actor, pianist, arranger, and music director, among other things. His other original musical, Camp Rolling Hills (Music and Lyrics by Adam Spiegel, Book and Lyrics by David Spiegel and Stacy Davidowitz), was a 2013 NYMF Next Link Project Finalist. It is currently in publication through YouthPlays, and available at Adam completed two years as a composer in the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, where he worked on a musical adaption of Back to the Future with lyricist Dan Wolpow. As an actor, Adam has been seen as Peter in Vital Theatre Company's Pinkalicious, The Musical! He has also written and arranged many songs for several rock/pop bands and a cappella groups, and can sometimes be seen singing at Bar Mitzvahs. Adam is a graduate of NYU Steinhardt's program in Music Business.

Dan Wolpow

Dan Wolpow (Lyrics)

Dan Wolpow is a graduate of Cornell University and past participant in the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop. He contributed several songs to Keepers: A Broadway Benefit which was performed in November 2010 at Studio 54 and also appeared in the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival. Dan's music has also been heard in association with the Public Theater's Emerging Writers' Group, and his short musical; A Lunchtime Story has been performed at Wayne State University. With composer Adam Spiegel, he wrote music and lyrics for (The Spiegel & Wolpow Musical Comedy Hour (& A Half)! at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, and this show, which was previously read at the York Theatre in February. He is a foodie, film enthusiast and avid video gamer. He currently resides in Brooklyn Heights.

David Andino

David Andino (Tramell/ Male Ensemble)

David Andino is stoked to make his NYMF debut with the CLONED! cast. He was most recently a part of SHOW WAY at Vital Theatre (2013 Broadway Alliance Nomination for Best Family Show)! Before that he was boppin' as The Big Bopper in THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY at LTOTS in Sullivan, IL. Love, hugs and snugs to K, Lou, and Coalhouse!

Melanie Beck

Melanie Beck (Izzy)

Melanie Beck is so grateful to be part of Cloned! again, having been part of the show's previous reading at The York Theatre this past winter! Recently, she spent the fall touring as Poquito Tito in TheatreworksUSA's Skippyjon Jones after understudying the show during its NYC debut at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. Favorite regional credits include: Sylvia in Sylvia (Lake Dillon Theatre), Thea in Spring Awakening (Roxy Regional Theatre), Corie Bratter in Barefoot in the Park (Skyline Theatre Co.), and Olive Ostrovsky in ...Spelling Bee (Hangar Theatre). She also toured the northeast as Jill in Babes in Toyland with American Family Theatre. She is a proud graduate of Ithaca College. She infinitely thanks her incredible parents, family, friends, Dan, Adam, Tom, and the wonderful creative team and cast.

Stacie Bono

Stacie Bono (Sharon Stone)

Stacie Bono is thrilled to return to the New York theater scene after spending the past 16 months getting her Masters in London. London theatre: The Dreamer Examines His Pillow (Donna)U.S. Regional Theatre: Sense and Sensibility (Lucy Steele), Les Miserables (Fantine), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Oliver! (Nancy), Last Five Years (Cathy), Promises, Promises (Fran), Children of Eden (Yonah), Sound of Music (Maria), The Apple Tree (Eve)(NHTA Awards Best Actress 2008), Ragtime (Evelyn). U.S. National Tour: Barbie Live! In Fairytopia (Laverna).Film: When A Man Falls (Insight Films)Training/Awards: Masters in Acting (Central School of Speech and Drama), BFA Musical Theater (NYU). Love and thanks to Tom, for having Sharon Stone and myself in the same thought.

John Alban Coughlan

John Alban Coughlan (Dr. Marshall)

Beauty And The Beast (Cogsworth; National Tour), Palm Beach (Bixby; La Jolla Playhouse), Cabaret (Herr Shultz; Arkansas Rep/Stages St. Louis; K. Kline Nomination.), The Drowsy Chaperone (Underling; Stages St. Louis/Kevin Kline Award Winner), Bosoms and Neglect (Scooper) and Marie and Bruce (Bruce) among others. Lots of featured in TV including Non Stop to be released in October. John won the Edward Albee's Last Frontier Playwrights Panel Choice Award for his play, SIDE SHOW SOUL. Plays produced in NYC; TIMBERLAKE: AMERICAN PULP and OF LIVES AND LEAVES.

Carly Frankel

Carly Frankel (Female Ensemble)

Carly Frankel is thrilled to be continuing this Cloned! journey, especially here in her NYMF debut! She previously took part in the very first reading of the show at the York Theatre Company. Other theater credits include: That's Just Super (West Village Musical Theatre Festival), Camp Rolling Hills, All Shook Up (Mount Carmel Theatre Company), Hood (Red Door Theatre Company), Forbidden Office (Turnstyle Theatre Company), and Joshua. Clips from these shows, as well as numerous short films, can be found on Thanks so much to Adam, Dan & the entire Cloned! team for the opportunity and to my friends & family for everything else.

Matthew Knowland

Matthew Knowland (Fizz)

Matthew Knowland is thrilled to be stepping back into Fizz after having had the pleasure of working on Cloned! at the York. A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts his previous credits include: Off Broadway- Bumbug The Musical (Chris); Tony n' Tina's Wedding (Michael Just/Donny Dolce); and Cafe A Go-Go (Chazz). Television- Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. A special thank you Berry and Crosby.

Eric Mann

Eric Mann (Clone Wally)

Eric Mann is thrilled to be cloning it up again after previewing Cloned! at the York Theatre! National Tour: A Chorus Line (Mike Costa). Regional: The Drowsy Chaperone (Gangster #2), Annie, West Side Story (A-Rab) at North Carolina Theatre; Hello Dolly! (Barnaby) at North Shore Music Theatre; Enter Laughing(Marvin) at Bay Street Theatre, Big River (Huck Finn) at Galveston Island Musicals, and The Who's Tommy and Gypsy at Arkansas Repertory Theatre. BFA: Elon University. Eric is the co-founder of the production company UnReel Films. Up next, Hello Dolly! at Cape Playhouse.

Kane Prestenback

Kane Prestenback (Wally)

Kane Prestenback has worked at Gallery Players, Circle in the Square (w/ Theodore Mann), The Public Theater, Westside Theatre, Symphony Space, and with Gorilla Rep, Old Vic New Voices & John Gould Rubin. Regional credits include the post-Broadway premiere of A Year with Frog and Toad at Orlando Repertory Theatre, Luna Stage, Swine Palace Productions, Shakespeare & Co, Mad Cow Theatre, and Nathan Leopold in the Southeastern regional premiere of Thrill Me. Other notable roles include The Tallest Building in the World World-Premiere, Urinetown: The Musical (Bobby Strong), What the Butler Saw (Nicholas Beckett), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour), Sweeney Todd (Tobias), Arthur Miller's The American Clock (Arthur A. Robertson), and Kid-Simple (Oliver). Kane made his London Theatrical debut at The Old Vic with the TS Eliot US/UK Exchange, hosted by Kevin Spacey, in Anna Moench's Halo/Titanic Training: Circle in the Square Theatre School.

Tony Romero

Tony Romero (Mr. Choi)

Tony Romero Off-Broadway: Tokyo Can Can, Triplets starring Ruth Brown and Babes in Toyland at Lincoln Center. Regional credits: Mame starring Christine Ebersole, Paper Mill Playhouse; Anything Goes, St. Louis Rep; My Fair Lady, Cleveland Playhouse; The Wizard of Oz, Actors Theatre of Louisville; Scrooge starring Gary Beach, Theatre Under the Stars; The King & I, Kansas City Starlight Theatre and The Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes. Proud AEA member.

Babs Winn

Babs Winn (Evelyn)

Currently running in Cougar The Musical as the hilarious Mary-Marie (@ St Luke's Theater MISS BABS & the Kickin' Boogie Band, (Lincoln Center's Midsummer Night Swing, etc). Hoot'n'holler with'em @RodeoBar NYC. "GOOD HOME COOKIN" CD; "Jon Stewart's The Daily Show"(2x's); "Onion News, Country Stars Challenge Al-Qaeda"; "College Humor"(17x's); Long list of film, musical/dramatic theater, commercials. Babs is also THE SPACE TAMER, a gifted professional organizer. Thank you, Rodney, for your concessions to support my obsessions!,

Tom Wojtunik

Tom Wojtunik (Director)

NYMF: The Groove Factory. Tom is the Artistic Director of the Astoria Performing Arts Center (APAC), where he directed Blood Brothers, The Secret Garden, Love Trapezoid (workshop), The Human Comedy, Children of Eden (NY IT Award, Outstanding Musical), The Pillowman, Ragtime and Proof. Other NY credits: The Secret Catcher (Ensemble Studio Theatre); It Is Done (22Q Entertainment/Mean Fiddler); The Play About the Naked Guy, Edenville (NY IT Award Nomination for Best Director, Emerging Artists Theatre); Grease 3: Threase (UCB/The Pit); The Miss Education of Jenna Bush (FringeNYC, Best Solo Show & Audience Favorite); Bright Lights, Big City (Marymount Manhattan College); The Who's Tommy, Man of La Mancha, Urinetown (NY IT Award, Outstanding Musical), Take Me Out (Gallery Players); I'm In Love With Your Wife (Midtown International Theatre Festival). Tom is a member of the LCT Directors' Lab, the Ensemble Studio Theatre and Emerging Artists Theatre. BFA: Marymount Manhattan College. SDC Member.

Samuel Shull

Samuel Shull (Musical Director)

Active music director, arranger, vocal coach. Recent work includes Spring Awakening (NYU), The Weaver of Raveloe (NYMF 2012), and Ryan Scott Oliver and Brett Ryback's Darling (Emerson College). Proud graduate of Carleton College and Berklee College of Music.

Luci Samp

Luci Samp (Producer)

Luci Samp is thrilled to be a part of Cloned!, a musical about combining two of her favorite subjects: scientific experiments gone wrong and songs about them.  Luci received her BA in Theatre from the College of William and Mary.  Most recently, she has been seen at Roundabout Theatre’s production of The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin at the Laura Pels Theatre, taking your coat and selling delicious refreshments. A native of Arlington, VA, Luci now resides in SpaHa.