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for Tommy as well as the Drama Desk Award and the Fred Astaire Award, and was nominated for the 1997 Laurence Olivier Award for the west End production of Tommyd]]. Wayne is the director and choreographer of the current national tour of Spirit. He was honored with a Tony Award nomination for the hit revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying starring Matthew Broderick, and a Tony nomination for Dream: The Johnny Mercer Musical, which he also directed. The 1990 La Jolla Playhouse production of  A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum garnered him the San Diego Drama Critics Award and the Drama-Logue Award. An original cast member of A Chorus Line (in which he played Mike and introduced "I Can Do That"), Mr. Cilento's long list of credits as a performer on Broadway include The Act, Seasaw, Perfectly Frank, Irene, Big Deal, Rachel Lily Rosenblum, and his Tony-nomiinated performance in Bob Fosse's  Dancin'. He created the choreography for Jerry's Girls, received a Tony nomination for Baby, and Off-Broadway he has choreographed the shows A Hot Minute and Angry Housewives. His career as a choreographer was launched by his featured work in over 100 national commercials including high profile spots for Dr. Pepper, Burger King, McDonald's, and Dairy Queen. On the international concert stage, in music videos, and for TV appearances, Mr. Cilento has staged such diverse artists as Liza Minnelli, Barry Manilow, Chita Rivera, Billy Joel, Donna Summer, and Pete Townshend. Wayne resides in Mamaroneck, New York with his wife Cathy and their sons Brian, Keith, and Doug.

BOB CROWLEY Scenic&Costume Design. Born in Cork, Ireland. Recipient of 2000 Tony Award for Scenic Design for Aida. Associate: Royal National Theatre. Designed over 50 productions including Racing Demon  (London/NY); Carousel (London/NY, Tony Award); Hapgood (Drama Desk nomination); Les Liaisons Dangereuses  (London/NY/Tokyo, Tony nomination); Hamlet, Henry V (both starring Kenneth Branagh, London);  Richard III  (London/NY); The Capeman (NY, Tony nomination); The Judas Kiss (London/NY); The Importance of Being Earnest (starring Maggie Smith, London): The Iceman Cometh (starring Kevin Spacey, London/NY, Tony nomination); Amy's View (starring Judi Dench, London/NY); Twelfth Night (Lincoln Center Theater, Tony nomination and Drama [[/column 1]] Desk [[column 2]] nomination); Putting It Together (Broadway); The Cure at Troy  (co-directed with Stephen Rea; Field Day Company/Ireland). Films include The Crucible (starring Daniel-Day Lewis and Winona Ryder, Suddenly Last Summer (starring Maggie Smith and Natasha Richardson), Tales from Hollywood  (starring Jeremy Irons, BBC). Opera: La Traviata (Covent Garden). Ballet: Anastasia (Royal Ballet). Olivier Award Winner: Royal Designer to Industry Award. Current work includes a new musical of  The Witches of Eastwick for Cameron Mackinstosh.

NATASHA KATZ (Lighting Design)
received a 2000 Tony(r) Award for her work on
Aida and is currently represented on Broadway
by Beauty and the Beast (Tony(r) nomination),
along with worldwide productions of the show.
Other Broadway credits include Twelfth Night
(Tony’” nomination), The Scarlet Pimpernel.
Barrymore. Grpsv, Smneane Who’ll Watch
Over Me, Aren't We All I’, Shogun, Breaking
the Code, and Pack of Lies. She designed Die
Soldatan at New York City Opera. Don
Quixote for American Ballet Theatre, along
with concert acts for Shirley MacLaine, Ann-
Margaret and Tommy Tune, the HBO
Television specials “Mambo Mouth" and
”Spic-O-Rama" as well as extensive produc-
tions Off-Broadway and for American regional
theatres. Current projects include EFX." at the
MGM Grand Hotel and lighting installations at
Niketown New York and London.

STEVE C. KENNEDY (Sound Design) has
been the Production Engineer on such
Broadway shows as Cats, Starlight Express,
Song and Dance, The Phantom of the Opera.
Carrie and Aspects of Love. His Broadway
design credits are The Who's Tonnnv (Drama
Desk Award and a Canadian Dora Mayor
Moore Award). Carousel (Los Angeles Theater
Ovation Award). How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trving, Big, and Titanic.

DAVID BRIAN BROWN (Hair Design).
Broadway: The Rainmaker, The Iceman
Cometh, Annie Get Your Gun, Little Me,
Chicago, Sideshow, 1776. The Herbal Bed.
Steel Pier, King David. Glenn Close in Sunset
Bozderard, Artist Descending a Staircase.
World premiere of Whistle Down the Wind.
National tours: Chicago (first national), Sunset
Boulevard, Miss Saigon (Toronto & U.S.),
Chita and All That Jazz. Film: To Wong Foo.
Thanks for Everything. Julie Newmar; The
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Paper; A Time to Live: Lisa in Concert; The
Invisible Thread.

NAOMI DONNE (Makeup Designer). Film
credits include The Russia House, Six Degrees
of Separation, Frankie and Johnny, An
Englishman Abroad, the James Bond films
License to Kill and The Living Daylights, Love
Field, Nobody’s Fool, I’m Not Rappaport,
Little Women, Crime of the Century, The
Crucible, Object ofMy Affection, Center Stage,
A Perfect Murder, Random Hearts, Practical
Magic, Chocolat (Bafta nomination),
Zoolander, The Royal Tenenbaums. Broadway:
Electra, Twelfth Night, Betrayal. London: On
Your Toes, Starlight Express, Song and Dance,
Follies, Children ofa Lesser God.

PAUL BOGAEV (Music Producer/Musical
Direction/Conductor/Music Arrangements/
Orchestrations). Broadway: Sunset Boulevard
with Glenn Close, Les Miserables, Chess,
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat, Aspects of Love, Starlight
Express, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber
with Michael Crawford, musical director.
International theatre: Canadian and Australian
productions of Sunset Boulevard, Canadian
and German productions of Cats, the German
and US national companies of Starlight
Express, supervisor. TV/Film: supervised and
conducted the score for Disney and ABC-TV’s
remake of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s
Cinderella and the recent version of Annie, for
which he won a 2000 Primetime Emmy
Award for Best Music Direction. Other cred-
its: conducted for Barbra Streisand on her
album Higher Ground. Conductor for world
tour of the silent film epic Napoleon, produced
by Francis Ford Coppola. For Walt Disney
Feature Animation. Mr. Bogaev contributed
arrangements for The Lion King and Tarzan,
and conducted the songs for Mulan. He is cur-
rently working on a new ABC Television ver-
sion of South Pacific with Glenn Close.

GUY BABYLON (Music Arrangements/
Orchestrations). Education/training:
University of South Florida, Music
Composition. A native of New Windsor,
Maryland, Guy was asked to join the Elton
John band as a multi-keyboardist in 1988. He
has been working with Elton ever since, both
on stage and in the studio, providing keyboard
playing, arrangements, and orchestrations.

STEVE MARGOSHES (Orchestrations).
Steve is the composer of the international hit
musical Fame. The inspirational musical about
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New York City’s High School of Performing
Arts is being performed on every continent in
the world in English, Swedish, Spanish,
Hungarian, Dutch, Polish, Korean, and
Japanese. A new CD, Symphonic Fame - The
Orchestral Music of Steve Margoshes, has
been released by Hungaroton Classic. It
includes new pop—classical pieCes performed
by the Budapest Symphony Orchestra. Steve’s
work as orchestrator in the theater includes
The Who’s Tommy, Smokey Joe’s Cafe and
Jim Steinman and Roman Polanski’s Dance of
the Vampire.

BOB GUSTAFSON (Dance Arrange—
ments/Associate Conductor). Bob is a Chicago
native and Indiana University graduate. Bob’s
performing/conducting credits include,
Broadway: Cats, Chess, King David, Les
Miserables, The Scarlet Pimpernel, and Sunset
Boulevard. Off-Broadway/Regional: Captains,
Courageous, Elaborate Lives, Fame, The Fine
Line, and Violet. National tours: Candide,
Cats, 42nd Street, and Les Miserables. Other
credits: In addition to composing Joe ’s Ballet,
Bob has arranged/transcribed music for
Christy Baron, The Mercer Ellington
Orchestra, The Civil War, Elaborate Lives,
Fame, The Fine Line, Hot and Sweet, Juliette,
Rosemary Loar, Alice Ripley, Barbara
Schottenfeld, The Smithsonian Institution, and
various short films, videos and public service
announcements. Bob dedicates his work on
this production to the memory of Blackie,
Mark, and Eva.

JIM ABBOTT (Dance Arrangements).
Broadway: Rent, Footloose, Joseph..., Cats,
Sunset Boulevard, and Miss Saigon. National
tours include Starlight Express, Kiss of the
Spiderwoman, The Who’s Tommy and Jesus
Christ Superstar, among others. He has per—
formed with Aretha Franklin, Dennis
DeYoung of Styx, Shirley Bassey, Bob Hope,
Vanessa Williams and withjElton John on
“Greatest Hits Live” at Madison Square
Garden. Clients include Dr. Pepper, Frito Lay,
American Airlines and General Electric.

GARY SELIGSON (Dance Arrangements).
As a drummer/percussionist, National tour cred-
its include On Your Toes, Dreamgirls, Cats, Les
Miserables, and Miss Saigon. On Broadway, he
has played The Gershwins’ Fascinating
Rhythm, Chicago, The Lion King, Rent and oth—
ers. He has worked on Aida since 1998. Gary is
a graduate of the Hard School of Music.

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