ZAPATA! The Musical (2012)
An Occupy Wall Streeter learns how to fight for the 99%.
Directed by Elizabeth Lucas
ZAPATA! THE MUSICAL tells the story of Emiliano Zapata, hero of the Mexican revolution, who appears in the 21st century to show a idealistic but confused member of "Occupy Wall Street" the proper way to fight for a better world. A magnificent love story set against the cinematic backdrop of revolution. Not since Steinbeck's VIVA ZAPATA! has there been a story so moving, so appropriate for all times. Rock meets mariachi, a musical combination never seen before on the Great White Way. - The most timely event of the year. . . Could be the next LES MIZ. . .Sarah Vorhees, NBC TV -
Approximate Running Time: 2h:00mm; with intermission
Broadway: Madame DeFarge in A TALE OF TWO CITIES (Sarasota Magazine Best Supporting Actress Award), Eponine in LES MISERABLES, Sally in A CHRISTMAS CAROL, La Bruja in THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD, Ginger in ZOMBIE PROM, Maria in THE AUDIENCE, Flora in MAGPIE. National Tours: Camila in IN THE HEIGHTS, Mary Magdalene in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, Eva Peron in the 20th Anniversary Tour of EVITA (Jeff Award nomination) Grizabella in CATS, and Rosalia in WEST SIDE STORY(Japan). Regional: Tasha in MOTHERHOOD, THE MUSICAL, Serena in EVERYTHING’S DUCKY , Tina McCoy in THE FIX produced by Cameron Macintosh, Renee in FRANCES OF GUERNICA written by Gammy award winner Marcus Hummon. Other credits: Mrs. Johnstone in BLOOD BROTHERS and The Narrator in ZORBA. Television/Film: LAW AND ORDER, LAW AND ORDER SVU. She lent her speaking voice for two supporting characters on the animated feature SANTA BABY for FOX Television and played Linda in ELEVEN for RIPEST movie musicals, 2006. Ms. Toro has performed as a solo artist at Carnegie Hall, and at the National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland. She has also performed with the Kentucky and BuffaloSymphony Orchestras. Her Solo Show was premiered in February 2009 at The Metropolitan Room to critical acclaim. Her One Woman Extravaganza called, TheBroken Road (Baggage Limit 50 Pounds) was premiered in Hollywood, CA in 2010. Natalie’s new CD, entitled Natalie Toro, was released to critical acclaim nationally on November 24th 2008, the same week she was honored by the Bronx Borough President, Adolfo Carrion, Jr. as part of Puerto Rican heritage month. Natalietoro.com
Enrique was recently seen in Michael John LaChiusa’s new musical, GIANT (Dallas Theater Center). Enrique toured China, Korea, Malaysia and Singapore in Broadway Asia’s production of The King and I (Lun Tha). In European tours, he was seen as Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar and as Danny in Grease. He also toured the US in West Side Story (Bernardo) and in Bombay Dreams (Vikram u/s). Other credits include: Paint Your Wagon (Julio), Man of La Mancha (Pedro), The King and I (The King), Miss Saigon (John), Camelot (Papermill Playhouse), Latin Heat (AMAS). He recently sang the National Anthem for the New York Mets and the New York Knicks.
Andrew Call: Is so proud to be making his NYMF Debut! (B'way) American Idiot, Glory Days, Cry-Baby, HIgh Fidelity (Off-B'way) Altar Boyz. I would love to thank Stevie, Edie and Jen. BRS and AEA. Last but not least Jillian who didn't believe me when I said I was playing an Ethnic role. Love to ALL.
ELISEO ROMAN Broadway: Leap of Faith (Angel); In the Heights (Piragua Guy) Off-Broadway:In the Heights (Drama Desk Winner); Godspell (2000 - Cast Recording Available), Latin Heat; Hair(Actors Fund - Cast Recording Available); A New Brain (Lincoln Center); Sinatra: His Voice, His World, His Way (Dir. Des McAnuff/Radio City); Three Mo' Tenors. Several workshops and readings including Nightingale (Duncan Sheik/Steven Sater) and the upcoming Little Miss Sunshine (James Lapine/WilliamFinn) headed to Broadway. Film: Preaching to the Choir and Across the Universe. Also has sung backupvocals for Vanessa Williams, Jason Mraz, Barbara Cook, Heather Headley, Clay Aiken and in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center and Feinstein’s. Proud member of the Broadway Inspirational Voices. Thanks to Chris, my loving family and friends, Core Four plus 1 and my agents at The Mine. All things are possible through Faith and Perseverance.
Maria Eberline is thrilled to be making her NYMF debut! Broawday: Wicked (ensemble, Elphaba cover). Tours: Wicked First National Tour (original company Elphaba/Nessarose, both performed), Fame National Tour (Serena Katz), Evita European Tour/recording (Mistress), Grease European Tour (Sandy). Regional: Evita (Eva), Man of La Mancha (Aldonza), Jekyll and Hyde (Lucy), West Side Story (Anita) and Once Upon a Mattress (Winnifred), directed by Carol Burnett. Film/TV: Falling (dir. Richard Dutcher), Endgame (dir. John Ruby), and the acclaimed new web-series, 12 Steps to Recovery (dir. Tony Clomax). Thank you to David and Dustin at the Mine. Love and gratitude to Mom, Dad, Rick and my Nate. www.mariaeberline.com
BLANCA CAMACHO is a native New Yorker and NYU graduate. She was an original Broadway cast member of "In the Heights." During its three year run she had the good fortune to play Daniela, Camila and Abuela Claudia. She has performed at the Public, the O'Neill, and the Lamb's, among others. She has appeared on film and TV (Law & Order SVU, Unforgettable, Sesame Street, L&O ...) and has hundreds of radio ads to her credit. She is an announcer for HBO and her voice can be heard in dozens of films, TV series, and animation.
Tony Castellanos a native of Phoenix, AZ now lives in New York. BFA Musical Theatre U of A, Tucson, AZ. Theatre Credits: National Tour: Jesus Christ Superstar. Regional: Drowsy Chaperone, Man of La Mancha, Children of Ednen Tony is excited to be doing this show and grateful to finally be a part of NYMF! Thanks to mami for teaching me how to make Salsa! Viva Mexico!!
Victor Hernandez; Broadway: Originated the role of Henry Barrow in Bonnie & Clyde. Selected regional credits include: Henry Barrow in Bonnie & Clyde (La Jolla Playhouse & Asolo Repertory Theatre, dir. Jeff Calhoun), Corny Collins in Hairspray (San Diego Repertory, west coast regional premiere), Uncle Ernie in The Who’s Tommy, Sweeney Todd, SUDS (with creators Melinda Gilb & Steve Gunderson), I Love You-You’re Perfect..., Forum, The Scarlet Pimpernel. TV: “Brimstone”, “The Unit”. Studied Improv/Sketch Comedy Writing with the Groundlings in Los Angeles.
Jen Anaya is incredibly excited and blessed to be part of such an amazing team! She was last seen starring as Amada in MultiStages' premiere of Temple of the Souls. Jen had the immense pleasure of premiering fantastic works in New York such as Naked in Encino (dir. Jamibeth Margolis), No Volvere (dir. Richard Stafford), and Gray Matters (Emerson Theatre Collaborative). She recently shot the upcoming controversial film, Martin Bowsfield, with 25/8 Productions. Favorite roles have been Maria in West Side Story (Cape Fear Regional Theatre), Frida Kahlo in Casa Blue: The Last Moments in The Life of Frida Kahlo (American Stage Theatre) and Naomi Delgatto in the web series, How To Make It To 30 (BRUTH Media Productions). Amor y gratitud como siempre a mis viejitos, Schluta y Shermanaya. Viva La Revolucion!
Erin Maya is so happy to be a part of this incredible show and get to work with such wonderful people. Regional: Helen/Vinnie in The Donkey Show (A.R.T. Boston original cast), Gloria in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Surflight Theatre), RENT (Maureen). NY Workshops: The Ballad of Rom & Julz (Julz). BFA Boston Conservatory. Thank you for everything Mom, ILYMTLI. Love to Pat, Uncle Mark, & Gavin.
Was born in Cancun, Mexico where she began her dance training at "La Casa de la Cultura Mexico" and "Plaza Arte School". She worked as a professional dancer and entertainer in many Resorts in the Riviera Maya Mexico and Cancun Hotel Strip. She moved to New York City in 2007 to further her training and follow her dreams. She attended Broadway Dance Center and Steps on Broadway under International student visa programs. She has since then performed with Arthur Aviles Typical Theater Company, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, Legros Cultural Arts and has appeared as a backup dancer in Music Video "Yo valgo mas” from Los Hijos de Mama Latin group. Grisel joined Calpulli Mexican Dance Co. in 2008 and has performed in the New York Encounter Festival, The World from the Streets of New York, Harlem Meer Performance Festival, Queens theatre in the Park, Battery Park EsplanadePlaza, Carnegie Hall, St George Theater, Queens College, just to mention a few. She has taughtmany after school Dance workshops and has leaded Mexican Dance residencies in various Public Schools, Libraries and Arts organizations throughout the New York Tristate area. She is currently the Staten Island Calpulli Youth Dance Teaching Artist and Dunamis Creative Arts School Mexican Dance teacher.
Marco, a graduate of UCF, has been blessed to perform with some amazing casts from West Side Story( London) to The Wedding Singer(1st National). He would like to thank Elizabeth, Luis, Bloc and the entire creative team/cast for this wonderful experience. And special thanks to God for blessing him with this opportunity to let you watch a great show. Enjoy.
Off-Broadway/ New York: Jose Mexicano in 4 Guys Named Jose…(Original Cast/ Cast Album/ HOLA Award - Produced by Enrique Iglesias and Dasha Epstein), Broadway Idol (NYMF), Don Florencio in Jose Limon (Symphony Space), Nick in Angel On my Shoulder (The York Theater Company), Señor Discretion Himself (MTC). International: Roger in Grease (Capitol Theatre), Isachar/Baker in Joseph and the Amazing... (Colosseum Theatre) Regional: Goodspeed Opera House, Actor's Playhouse, Arena Stage, Parker Playhouse, James L. Knight Center. TV/Film: "Saturday Night Live", "Throwdown with Bobby Flay", and the award-winning Isabella Rico directed by Zapata's own Elizabeth Lucas. Henry can be heard on Frank Wildhorn's concept albums of Tears of Heaven and Wonderland. He is also an award-winning songwriter having been honored by the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, The International Songwriting Contest, and The USA Songwriting Contest. Henry has headlined as a songwriter and vocalist at the "Broadway at Birdland" Concert Series to a sold-out audience. For the past two years, Henry has served as the Director of Entertainment for New York City's HOLA Awards!
Nick Duckart is thrilled to be making his NYMF debut with ZAPATA!. Past regional credits include: LaJolla Playhouse, NCT, Actors Playhouse, Florida Stage, GableStage, Gulfshore Playhouse, Caldwell Theatre, among others. Nick is a recipient of the Carbonell Award, Silver Palm Award, and Silver Knight Award in Drama. Proud AEA member. Many thanks to his loving family for their unwavering support, and to mi amor...my Celia. I love you.
Carlos Gonzalez: Carlos Gonzalez is thrilled to be making his NYMF debut with ZAPATA!. Thank you to the entire cast/creators for an amazing experience. Carlos recently returned from the 2011-2012 National Tour of the Broadway Musical "In The Heights" and is very excited to see what comes next. To check out more about Carlos visit www.carlosegonzalez.com
Sasha Hollinger is originally from Woodbridge, VA but now resides in New York. Beginning her technical training in ballet at the age of three, she has trained in several styles of dance but most extensively ballet, modern, and hip hop. A graduate of GeorgeMason University, magna cum laude, she received her BFA in Dance in 2009. During her studies there she performed the works of such choreographers as Laura Dean, Susan Marshall, Daniel Ezralow, Kate Skarpetowska, Larry Keigwin, Paul Taylor, TwylaTharp, Patrick Corbin, Elisa Monte, and David Parsons. Sasha was a company member of Culture Shock DC for the 2008 and 2009 seasons and was a dancer on the “Man in the Mirror” International Tour; a Michael Jackson Musical tribute show. Most recently, she played Yolanda/the red dress girl in the 2011-2012 National Tour of the Broadway musical “In the Heights”.
Santiago has recently appeared as Kurt in The Sound of Music, Billy in Big The Musical, Andy Lee in 42nd Street, Prince/Dancer in The Nutcracker, Danny in Grease, and JoJo in Seussical. He is delighted to be part of the Zapata! cast.
Elizabeth Lucas made her feature directing debut with three genre movies about New York City past, present and future: her rock musical movie, CLEAR BLUE TUESDAY, her slasher flick, RED HOOK (produced by Red Sand Media, distributed by Phase Four Entertainment ), and her Sci-fi FADE TO WHITE. She's also made several shorts, including the multi-award-winning ISABELLA RICO, which appeared in 33 festivals worldwide and won Best Director and Special Achievement awards. Elizabeth is currently directing her own new narrative for Adam Guettel’s MYTHS AND HYMNS for Prospect Theater in New York. Her next new musical will be BIGFOOT AND OTHER LOST SOULS, by Mark Hollman and Adrien Royce, for Perseverance Theater in Juneau, Alaska. Elizabeth has developed new musicals for the theatre at every stage, including several New York Musical Theatre Festival premieres: THE CURE (a rock & roll vampire fable), WILD ABOUT HARRY (a dance piece about Leona Helmsley), THE LAST STARFIGHTER (based on the film), THE VIEW FROM HERE, CAPTAIN GRAVY'S WAVY NAVY (developing for television), and MOST LIKELY TO DIE (reading). Her Midwest premiere of HELLO AGAIN won two After Dark Awards and was recommended for a Jefferson Award. Her productions of FOOTLOOSE and JEKYLL & HYDE garnered rave reviews at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. She directs regionally and has directed countless readings and workshops. Favorite stage directing credits include NINE, KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN and the Marta Kauffman/David Crane/Michael Skloff-written RAPUNZEL. Elizabeth is one of the founders of the New York Music Theatre Festival, for which she spearheaded the Movie Musical Screening Series. She also founded the Door County Opera and the Chicago Directors’ Forum and assistant produced the concert musical Galas for two seasons of the Chicago Humanities Festival. She has been a featured writer for SPUNK Magazine, GREAT LAKES STAGES and STAGE DIRECTIONS magazines. Visit www.elizabethlucas.com for more information and to see trailers and excerpts of her work.
Julie Miller is delighted to be back at NYMF this year as part of the Zapata! team. Julie previously produced the new musical SHOW CHOIR at The American Theater of Actors as part of NYMF 2010, and the musical THE LAST STARFIGHTER at St. Clements Theatre as part of NYMF 2007. Julie was manager of the show The Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival, which played at the Soho Playhouse as part of FringeNYC, and then had an extended run at the Lucille Lortel Theater. Julie also recently produced the concert event FOOLS FOR LOVE, celebrating April Fools Day, was event producer of a concert of Peter Mills’ musical “Lonely Rhymes” at the Laurie Beechman Theater, and a concert of John Gregor’s musical “With Glee” at the Lucille Lortel Theater. In addition, Julie is associate producer of the original rock musical feature film CLEAR BLUE TUESDAY, which ran at the Quad Cinema in 2010 and which had a world premiere screening that was the main festival kickoff event that year for NYMF. She is also a producer of the sci-fi feature film FADE TO WHITE, which will premiere later this year. Julie has worked on a wide variety of productions including the 51st and 52nd Annual Drama Desk Awards, Broadway Unplugged, The Nightlife Awards, and various series at The Town Hall, including “Broadway By The Year,” The Broadway Cabaret Festival,” and The Summer Broadway Festival.” Julie is a member of the Board of Directors of the acclaimed Prospect Theater Companyin New York. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Haym Salomon Division Of The Arts, anorganization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the elderly and persons with disabilitiesthrough the development of innovative arts initiatives and theatrical productions. Julie is the Vice President of the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs, and was the Producer of the 24th, 25th and 26th annual MAC Awards Show for the last three years.
Jesse Vargas (Arrangements & Orchestrations) Broadway-Glory Days (Music SPVR, Arrangements & Orchestrations); The Ritz (Orchestrations); Off-Broadway-Rooms (Music SPVR, Arrangements & Orchestrations); Saved; bare-A Pop Opera; Other- White Noise (Chicago); After Robert Hutchens (Williamstown); Dreamgirls; Bright Lights, Big City (both Prince Music Thtr); Rooms (Metro Stage/Geva Theatre); Hurricane; Radio City Christmas; Sunfish (NAMT); Orchestrations-Peep Show (Las Vegas); Asphalt Beach (Andrew Lippa); Bright Lights, Big City; Seth Rudetsky’s Broadway 101; Hair 2004; Junie B. Jones; Chess; BC/EFA Easter Bonnet (4 years); Pippin (Dance Arr.-2006 Tour). Music Director/Arranger for Clay Aiken 2004-2008. Music producer/arranger/keyboardist for Nick Blaemire & The Hustle. Recordings-Nick Blaemire and The Hustle (EP); Clay Aiken-Tried and True (Decca); Hair 2004 (Grammy nominated, Ghostlight Records); Rooms-A Rock Romance (Timelife Records); What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up; Dreaming Wide Awake; Keys; bare-A Pop Opera. www.shouthollermusic.com
After many years toiling in the LA and Nashville music business, Peter Edwards reclaimed his soul and moved to a Buddhist monastery outside Santa Fe where he spent eight hours a day contemplating his navel and meditating on the meaning of Leonard Cohen's A THOUSAND KISSES DEEP. In the early hours of a cold winter's morning, a voice in Peter's head told him, "Trade Apple stock options, pendejo, and fight for what you love." Since that day, Peter has dedicated himself to writing and promoting a musical about his favorite human who ever walked the planet (after Jesus and Buddha), Emiliano Zapata, and trading hedge fund selloffs of Apple's highly manipulated stock. This production is dedicated to and financed by the memory of Steve Jobs. Om Mani Padme Hum.
Ana Edwards has worked as an actor, author, and art director on stage productions in New York, California and the wilds of the Southwest. For the past three years she has been developing foto- and telenovelas for underserved Latinos and Native Americans at risk for diseases such as diabetes and hypertension through funding from the National Institutes of Health. Her greatest wish is to use artistic media to raise awareness and end world hunger and political oppression.
Broadway Credits includes Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Malik), 4 time Tony Award winning show In The Heights (Jose) and Latin Assistant Choreographer. He has also performed in shows such as The Mambo Kings (Frankie Suarez), Fame on 42nd Street (Joe Vegas u/s), and Aida, among others. Film Credits include: "Step Up 2 The Streets" (Alejandro & Latin Choreography), "Enchanted" (Assistant to Assoc. Choreographer", "Across the Universe", "The Great Observer," and "Dirty Dancing 2: Havanna Nights." wherehe performed as Diego Luna's dance double. Luis choreographed the musicals "DC-7 The Roberto Clemente Story", "Serenade" (Hola award for choreography), "I'll be damned" (nominated to a TINA AWARD for best choreography) "Salsa Gorda", "Shafrika The White Girl" and recently assisted choreography for Don Omar in the 2012 Latin Billboards. Luis just returned from Peru where he directed the musical event "Candela Fuerza y Pasión" and is the director/choreographer of the new children musical AMIGO DUENDE, opening in October at Museo Del Barrio. Luis is the founder/director of the non-profit organization R.Evolución Latina, an organization that utilizes the arts through educational and collaborative programming to empower the Latino community to discover their full potential. We are committed to making a difference through the arts. For more information on Luis visit www.luissalgado.com
Kenneth is excited to be working on the development of new musicals. In addition to Zapata! he is music directing The ToyMaker at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Conference this summer. Other credits include: Once Removed, a new musical with music by Graham Russell of Air Supply; Show Choir! the Musical (NYMF2010); The ToyMaker (NYMF2009) and subsequent cast recording recording, featuring Christiane Noll (Ragtime) and Zachary James (The Addams Family); Trouble in Shameland (FringeNYC) starring Evita's Florence Lacey and subsequent cast recording; and Demo for the new musical Welcome to Shoofly. Kenneth recently made his solo cabaret debut at Don’t Tell Mama with “Kenneth Gartman…Not Like the Other Cavemen”. Other Performer Credits: National Tour of The Music Man; Side by Side by Sondheim; Simply Sondheim LIVE! (BBC Broadcast); and A New York Songbook: Way Off Broadway. For more information, visit www.KennethGartman.com
Annelise Castleberry is excited to be working on her first NYMF show! Regional companies include: North Carolina Shakespeare Company, Festival Stage of Winston-Salem, The Goodman, The Minneapolis Children's Theatre Company, St. Louis Repertory Theatre, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, St. Louis Shakespeare Company, and Hope Summer Repertory Theatre. Annelise is grateful to be working amongst such a talented group of people and hopes you enjoy the show!
Katie Kavett is thrilled to return to NYMF after previously working as a PA for Date of a Lifetime ('11) and an ASM for Show Choir! ('10). Other stage management credits include the West Village Musical Theatre Festival, Lonely, I'm Not (Second Stage), The Time of Your Life (Attic Theater), Seasons (TSITF), Madame Bovary (The Other Mirror), and Odyssey the Epic Musical (Araca Project). She has also worked for the Frigid Festival, Drama Desk Awards, and Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. www.katiekavett.com
Charles Santoro is thrilled to be making his NYMF debut with ZAPATA! Professional Theatre Experiences as Musical Director/Conductor include: Broadway Rocks! starring Broadway’s Andrea Rivette and Erick Buckley, Next to Normal, Spring Awakening, Bobby Cronin’s Daybreak stage reading and full production, My Son Pinocchio, Footloose, Bill and Ted Save Broadway (MD/orchestrator), Jesus Christ Superstar, Pageant the Musical, Seussical the Musical, RENT, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Smokey Joe’s Café, Fiddler on the Roof, Broadway on Broadway Review, St. Anne Stages Musical Theatre Summer Workshops – just to name a few. Currently, Mr. Santoro teaches, composes, arranges, and orchestrates various songs for an assortment of shows and events in the NJ and NYC area. Charles loves his professional work in the theatre and soon again on Broadway.
Aaron is a free-lance scenic designer and scenic artist. He recently finished working as assistant scenic designer on The Tempest and King Lear (Shakespeare & Co.), The Rake’s Progress (West Coast Music Academy), and Die Fledermaus (Salzburger Landestheater). Past credits in design, assistant design and scenic art include Hairspray (Salzburger Landestheatre), Queen of the Mist (Gym at Judson), The Rap Guide to Evolution (Soho Rep), The Scottsboro Boys (Guthrie Theatre), The Beauty Queen of Leenane (UNCO Theatre), The Big Apple Circus and We Live Here (Manhattan Theatre Club). He earned his BFA from the University of Northern Colorado.
Herrick designs lighting for theater, dance, and other live events. His work has been seen in New York, Shanghai, Manila, Frankfurt, Australia, Brazil, London, Peru, and Canada. Off-Broadway: Myths & Hymns, Falling for Eve, Rooms, Godspell, Latin Heat, Flamingo Court, All is Love, Fearless, & Streakin'. Other NYC productions include Crash Test Dummies, Serenade, Last Starfighter, & Antigravity. Favorite designs: Chorus Line (tour), Batboy (Yale), Side Show (Cape Rep), & Rooms (Geva) Broadway benefits: Best Little Whorehouse & The Who’s TOMMY 15th anniversary. Both at Broadway’s August Wilson. Herrick has been honored with the 1st Redden Award For Excellence in Theatrical Design, & Nominated for a 2009 Hewes award, He is a recipient of Live Design’s Excellence award for Theatrical Lighting. HGLD is the design team of record for Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, and Times Sq. Herrick’s Corporate designs have been seen all over the world for clients like Rolex and Emirates Air in venues such as Lincoln Center, Minute Maid Ballpark, and Cowboy Stadium. Herrick is excited to be working witH Julie, Elizabeth, & Luis again. This is at least his 16th NYMF production, he has lost track.. He is a member of USA/IATSE 829, www.HGLightingDesign.com
Design Credits include Off-Broadway's Tricks the Devil Taught Me. Off-Off Broadway: A Midsummers Night Dream at the West End Theater. Regional credits include Chicago;Beauty and the Beast; Anything Goes and Cinderella (Ector Theater), Crazy for You; Guys and Dolls ( Seagle Music Colony) . Opera credits include The Marriage of Figaro and La Boheme. Asa is a graduate from the fashion design program at the Parsons School of design. Asa lives and works in New York City as a Costume and Fashion Designer, He is origianly from Big Mt. Arizona on the Navajo Reservation.
Design credits include: “The Wiz,” starring Gwen Stuart (RENT original Broadway cast) and Gayle Turner (The Wiz original Broadway cast-Dorothy), “Xanadu (“Kudos to Sound Designer”-Review),“ “Annie,” (“Full Thick Sound”-Review), “The Wonderettes,” “Ring of Fire,” starring David Ludkin and Eric Anthony (Ring of Fire original Broadway cast, ”Solid Sound Design”-Review), “The Glass Menagerie,” starring Sandy Duncan (Peter Pan original Broadway cast - Peter Pan), “Carmina Burana,” "A Chorus Line," and many more. Other Credits: Rockstar Games, BB King, Chris Botti, The Jonas Brothers, Cherry Holmes, PBS, and more.
John Nehlich (Assistant Stage Manager) NYC/NJ [as stage manager]: In The Next Room (Atlantic Acting Company); NY One Minute Play Festival (Primary Stages-ESPA); 2011-2012 season, Production Manager (Lustig Dance Theatre); Dumbo Dance Festival 2011 (White Wave); Barriers (Desipina & Co.); My Heart In A Suitcase (ArtsPower National Touring Theatre); Holiday Jubilee (Crossroads Theatre Company); Home Sweet Home (SATC). MFA, Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts.
After finishing her artistic studies in Rome, Madrid and New York, Valeria has been working as an actress and a dancer in different international dance and theatre companies (most important: Mayumana, Yllana, Kaleido), and Directors as José Carlos Plaza,John Rando (as Assistant Director in The Wedding Singer), Luis Salgado in NYC (as Choreographer in Ser o no Cer…vantes; RL Choreographers Festival 2011; OFF-Broadway Assistant Choreographer in DC-7 The Roberto Clemente Story) and with Salgado Produccion (as Assistant Director in CANDELA Fuerza y Pasión in Perú). She is currently dedicated to the creation and direction of shows and events, and the teaching of body percussion.
ANNE DAVISON Dramaturgy: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Public LAB and Public Theater), Hoover Comes Alive!, Heddatron, Boozy… (all with Alex Timbers/Les Freres Corbusier); Fräulein Maria (conceived and choreographed by Doug Elkins, co-directed by Barbara Karger and Michael Preston). Casting: Casting associate for HBO series “Bored to Death” (season 2); “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” (seasons 5-8); several film and television projects with Kathleen Chopin Casting including Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Artistic associate of Les Freres Corbusier. MFA, dramaturgy and dramatic criticism, Yale School of Drama.
Will Edwards is a successful young entrepreneur with business interests in music, theater and haute cuisine. He traveled widely and sampled the culture, music, and foods of Mexico, Guatemala, the French West Indies, France, and Italy. Will currently lives and works in Manhattan.
Track 01 - Emiliano
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Track 02 - We've Done Enough Talking
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Track 03 - Unleash the Dogs of War
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Track 04 - I Can't Marry You
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Track 05 - War Montage / We're Winning This Fight for Our Land
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Track 06 - The Endless Night
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Track 07 - I Will Live All My Life With Your Love
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Track 08 - Peace Has Returned To Morelos
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Track 09 - I Fight For Land Not Power
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Track 10 - Emiliano's Horse
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Track 11 - I'll Keep You Satisfied
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Track 12 - I've Lived All My Life For My People
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