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The Marc Kudisch Website

Tony nominee Marc Kudisch has been seen on Broadway in Assassins, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Bells Are Ringing, The Wild Party, The Scarlet Pimpernel, High Society, Beauty and the Beast, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, as well as the 1995 ABC movie remake of Bye Bye Birdie, and Toyota's "TV Guy" ad campaign.

This website, by far the most comprehensive of any website to date created by FMwd, contains an extensive careerography dating back to 1988; well over 200 pages of content including a huge archives of articles, interviews, and reviews; a photo gallery containing several hundred images; over 100 multimedia files and many other special features.

Brian d'Arcy James: the official website

Brian d'Arcy James was nominated for the triple crown of the Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle awards for his work in Sweet Smell of Success, starring in the role of the power-hungry press agent Sydney Falco opposite John Lithgow. He has also been seen in the Tony-winning production of Titanic (Barrett) on Broadway, in addition to many shows off-Broadway including City Center Encores' Pardon My English, the one-man play The Good Thief (for which he won an Obie Award and was nominated for a Drama Desk) and Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party, which also earned him a Drama Desk nomination.

Brian is planning to release his debut solo album, a Christmas CD tentatively titled From Christmas Eve to Christmas Morn this holiday season (2004) and will be coordinating a major promotional effort through the official website, in addition to offering the album for sale online.

The Official Cheyenne Jackson Website

Cheyenne Jackson is an award winning stage and film actor currently starring as Sonny Malone in the critical smash hit XANADU on Broadway. In 2006, Cheyenne portrayed Mark Bingham in the Oscar-nominated film United 93. Additional film credits include; Curiosity and the upcoming 2007 psychological thriller Hysteria. Cheyenne has appeared in numerous Broadway musicals including All Shook Up, for which he received the Theater World Award as well as nominations as outstanding lead actor from the Drama League and Outer Critics Circle. On Broadway and off, he has starred in XANADU, The Agony & the Agony, All Shook Up, Altar Boyz, Aida, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Cartells, On the 20th Century, and The 24 Hour Plays.

The Official Jose Llana Website

Jose Llana has starred on Broadway in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Flower Drum Song, Rent and The King and I, as well as the U.S. premiere of Martin Guerre. He also appears in the Andy Tenant film Hitch.

The Official Danny Gurwin Website

Danny Gurwin recently starred as Laurie in the original Broadway production of Jason Howland's Little Women starring Sutton Foster and Maureen McGovern. He has also appeared as Henrik in major productions of A Little Night Music at the Kennedy Center Sondheim Festival, the New York City Opera and the Los Angeles Opera, in addition to performing in Urinetown, The Full Monty and The Scarlet Pimpernel on Broadway and Forbidden Broadway off-Broadway.

The Official Anthony Holds Website

Anthony made his Broadway debut in 2004 in Dracula, The Musical, at the Belasco Theatre, covering the principal roles of Jonathan Harker, Jack Seward, Arthur Holmwood, and Quincey Morris. Other major recent credits include Steve Jobs in NERDS at the New York Musical Theatre Festival and The Great American Trailer Park Musical at Dodger Stages, where he is standing by for Shuler Hensley and Wayne Wilcox.

Darren Ritchie

Darren, who is set to star in the original Broadway production of Frank Wildhorn's Dracula, made his Broadway debut in the 2001 revival of Bells Are Ringing alongside fellow FMwd client Marc Kudisch as the Marlon Brando wannabe struggling actor Blake Barton. He has also performed starring roles in Fame: The Musical (Nick Piazza), Les Misérables (Enjolras) and Thoroughly Modern Millie (Jimmy Smith and Trevor Graydon).

The Official Justin Patterson Website

Justin Patterson will soon make his Broadway debut in the Broadway production of All Shook Up, understudying the role of Chad. He has previously been seen in the national tour of Fiddler on the Roof as Fyedka, and in several productions at the Flat Rock Playhouse in North Carolina, including Beauty and the Beast, Singin' in the Rain, 1940's Radio Hour, Spider's Web, and South Pacific.

The Official Lisa Datz Website

Lisa Datz recently starred off-Broadway in In The Wings, and has also been seen on Broadway in The Full Monty and Titanic.

The Official Becca Ayers Website

An up-and-coming talent, Becca Ayers is most well-known for creating the role of Sarah in Laurence O'Keefe's (Bat Boy) musical adaptation of Sarah, Plain and Tall. She was also seen on the national tour of Jekyll and Hyde, performing the role of Lucy.

Erin Leigh Peck - The Official Website

Erin Leigh Peck has been seen on Broadway in Dance of the Vampires and Grease, off-Broadway in I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, and has been involved in the development of several new musicals, including Dirty Dancing, Go Go Beach, and Normal.

The Official William Ryall Website

William Ryall is a seasoned veteran of countless Broadway shows, including Seussical, Amadeus, High Society, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Grand Hotel. He is also a director and choreographer who has won numerous accolades for his one man show, 47 Minutes of 47 Years. In addition, Mr. Ryall has contributed significantly for a number of years to the annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefits Gypsy of the Year and the Easter Bonnet competition, not only performing but often directing, staging and choreographing numbers for these shows.

The Official Steven Silverstein Website

Steven Silverstein is a multi-talented composer, arranger, vocal coach, pianist and musical director who has worked with the likes of the cast of Will & Grace, John Stamos, Betty Buckley, Alison Fraser, and composers Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman and Charles Strouse. His own works include Mamas, The Human Heart and Dear Oscar.

The Official Heather Ayers Website

Heather Ayers is best known for her work in off-Broadway's Forbidden Broadway Cleans Up Its Act. She has also starred in Cabaret, Grease, I Love You, You're Perfect Now Change and Man of La Mancha.

The Official Shane Kirkpatrick Website

Shane Kirkpatrick made his Broadway debut in the Broadway revival of Bells Are Ringing, and has been seen nationally in Victor/Victoria, as well as regionally and internationally in Grease and West Side Story.

Hugh Panaro Online - The Unofficial Fan Website

Hugh Panaro starred on Broadway in Side Show, The Phantom of the Opera, Show Boat, Les Miserables and The Red Shoes. He also created the title role in Schonberg-Boublil's Martin Guerre for the USA premiere national tour co-starring Stephen Buntrock and Erin Dilly. The website is strictly a fan tribute and is not endorsed or funded by its subject.


MATCH-TIX Group Sales

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Match-Tix Group Sales is New York's most innovative Broadway and Off-Broadway theatrical marketing and sales force, offering personal shopping for its clients. We do everything from start to finish and pride ourselves in going the distance for EVERY customer. In this day and age of theatre ticket prices soaring through the roof, we believe every client should be guided through each transaction with ease, patience, expertise and fun too!

Our relationships with our clients have been successful for many years because we are not assembly-line order takers. Attention to every little detail and concern for our client's needs have only made our relationships stronger year after year.

Match-Tix is part of a ticketing network of associates who enable us to facilitate your special requests and orders for your group sale or theatre party with more thorough results.


COMPACT BROADWAY is an exciting new weekend-style radio series being developed for public radio by the entertainment production company CYA Creations. COMPACT BROADWAY recently produced an hour-long demo spotlighting the Tony-winning musical Thoroughly Modern Millie.

The Official Scarlet Pimpernel Website

The Scarlet Pimpernel, the Tony-nominated swashbuckling romantic musical comedy by Frank Wildhorn and Nan Knighton, is currently making the regional theatre circuit after a successful Broadway run. Originally funded by MSG, the website was designed and created by Peter Williams, who currently utilizes the help of Nancy Rosati and FMwd to maintain the website's alumni updates and production listings sections, respectively.

in a rumble seat the world is so cozy...: The Unofficial Thoroughly Modern Millie Fan Website

Winner of six 2002 Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Actress (Sutton Foster), Thoroughly Modern Millie on Broadway is a fabulous, timeless new musical comedy by Jeanine Tesori and Dick Scanlan about a small-town girl who moves to New York City to start a new, modern life in the early 1920's. The website features a cast list, an extensive archive of past news articles, reviews and interviews, large photo and media galleries, a synopsis, many interactive features and a very comprehensive history of the show, as well as a list of changes made to the show from its 1999 workshop to its opening on Broadway in April 2002. It is strictly a fan tribute and is not endorsed or funded by its subject.


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Background image (L to R): Marc Kudisch (Bells Are Ringing), Heather Ayers (Anything Goes), Cheyenne Jackson (The Most Happy Fella), Erin Leigh Peck (Dance of the Vampires), Darren Ritchie (Bells Are Ringing), Becca Ayers (Cabaret)


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