A Guide to Broadway Guest Stars on BLUE BLOODS

Before the series returns with new episodes on March 3, check out Broadway stars who have appeared on Blue Bloods.

By: Feb. 20, 2023
A Guide to Broadway Guest Stars on BLUE BLOODS
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Since its premiere in 2010, Blue Bloods has had an extensive lineup of Broadway talent guest starring in various roles.

Blue Bloods is a drama about a multi-generational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement.

While the series' recurring cast includes Tom Selleck, Bridget Moynahan, Donnie Wahlberg, and more, guest stars have included Audra McDonald, Kelli O'Hara, Joanna Gleason, Jessie Mueller, Adrienne Warren, Jinkx Monsoon, Norm Lewis, Norbert Leo Butz, and more.

Before the series returns with new episodes on March 3, check out Broadway stars who have appeared on Blue Bloods and what you know them from below!

Len Cariou (Henry Reagan)

Len Cariou made his Broadway debut in the 1969 production of King Henry V. He has also been seen in Applause, Night Watch, A Little Night Music, Sondheim: A Musical Tribute, Sweeney Todd, The Dinner Party, The Speed of Darkness, Proof, and more.

Lauren Patten (Officer Witten)

Lauren Patten won a Tony Award for playing Jo in Jagged Little Pill. Other theatre credits include: the Broadway production of Fun Home, The Wolves (Obie and Drama Desk winner), and Steven Levenson's Days of Rage.

Mark Linn-Baker (Carlton Miller)

Mark Linn-Baker has been seen on Broadway in The Music Man (Mayor Shinn), On the Twentieth Century, You Can't Take it With You, Relatively Speaking, Losing Louie, "Toad" in A Year With Frog and Toad, "Hysterium" in Forum (Drama League Honor, FANY Award), Neil Simon's Laughter On The 23rd Floor, David Henry Hwang's Face Value, Gary Trudeau's Doonesbury.

Bebe Neuwirth (Kelly Peterson)

Neuwirth made her Broadway debut in the role of Sheila in A Chorus Line in 1980. She has been featured in revivals of Little Me (1982) Sweet Charity (1986), for which she received a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, and Damn Yankees (1994). It was with the 1996 revival of Chicago, in which she starred as showgirl and killer Velma Kelly, that she gained her greatest stage recognition. She has returned to Chicago as Roxie and as Matron Mama Morton and was seen in The Addams Family.

Leigh Ann Larkin (Megan Carson)

Leigh Ann Larkin has been seen on Broadway as Dainty June in the 2008 revival of Gypsy and as Petra in the 2009 production of A Little Night Music.

LaTanya Richardson Jackson (Lt. Dee Ann Carver)

LaTanya Richardson Jackson recently directed the Broadway revival of August Wilson's The Piano Lesson. Jackson's extensive theatre credits include To Kill A Mockingbird (Calpurnia), A Raisin in the Sun (Tony Award nomination, Drama League Award nomination); Joe Turner's Come and Gone; The Taming of the Shrew, for colored girls..., Spell #7, Casanova, and Unfinished Women (Public Theater); Stop Reset (Signature Theatre); and more.

Quentin Earl Darrington (Pastor Isaiah Clay)

Currently seen as Joseph Jackson/Rob in MJ the Musical, Quentin Earl has also been on Broadway as Agwe in the Tony Award-winning revival of Once On This Island for which he earned a Grammy Award nomination. He made his Broadway debut in the Tony nominated revival of Ragtime, starring as Coalhouse Walker Jr. and was also seen as Old Deuteronomy in the Broadway revival of CATS. National Tours: Memphis, The Color Purple, The Lion King, Ragtime.

Ann Harada (IAB Lieutenant Sloan)

Ann Harada is best known for Avenue Q (Christmas Eve) on Broadway and in London's West End. Other Bway: Cinderella (Charlotte), Les Misérables (Madame Thénardier), 9 to 5, Seussical, and M. Butterfly. She was recently seen on stage as Jack's Mother in Into the Woods and on screen in Schmigadoon!

Bobby Cannavale (Charles Rosselini)

Bobby Cannavale was seen on Broadway in The Lifespan of a Fact. Other theater includes The Hairy Ape ( Drama Desk nomination),The Big Knife, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Motherf-er With The Hat (Tony nomination, Drama Desk Award), Mauritius (Tony nomination), HurlyBurly, F-ing A, and The Gingerbread House. He is a member of the Labyrinth Theater Company.

Whoopi Goldberg (NYC councilwoman Regina Thomas)

Whoopi has produced theatrical productions on Broadway and around the world, including the Tony Award-winning "Thoroughly Modern Millie" and the Tony-nominated "Sister Act: The Musical." Whoopi's Broadway credits include "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" and "Xanadu" and she made her West End stage debut in a special limited run as Mother Superior in "Sister Act: The Musical" in 2011.

Nick Cordero (Victor Lugo)

Nick Cordero was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in the Broadway production of Bullets over Broadway. He also originated roles on Broadway in Waitress as well as A Bronx Tale. He made his Broadway debut in Rock of Ages. Nick's off-Broadway credits include the original productions of Nice Girl, Brooklynite, and The Toxic Avenger Musical. He tragically passed away in 2020 due to COVID-19.

Sami Gayle (Nicky Reagan-Boyle)

Sami Gayle can currently be seen as Adele in Bad Cinderella on Broadway. She began her acting career as Baby June in the most recent Broadway revival of Gypsy. She also played Annie Who in Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

Mara Davi (Bianca Sanfino)

Mara Davi has appeared on Broadway in The Play That Goes Wrong, Dames at Sea (Astaire Nomination), Irving Berlin's White Christmas, The Drowsy Chaperone, and the Original Revival Cast of A Chorus Line. Other New York credits include Death Takes A Holiday with the Roundabout Theatre Company, No, No, Nanette and Of Thee I Sing with City Center Encores!

Ashlie Atkinson (Sandra Colby)

Ashlie Atkinson made her Broadway debut in the 2005 benefit production of the 24 Hour Plays. She was later seen as Vivian Proclo in Roundabout's revival of The Ritz.

Christine Ebersole (Lena Janko)

Christine Ebersole received virtually every Off-Broadway award and her second Tony for her dual 'role of a lifetime' in Grey Gardens. Other Broadway credits include Warpaint (Tony nomination) 42nd Street (Tony Award), Steel Magnolias, On the Twentieth Century, Camelot, Oklahoma!, Dinner at Eight (Tony nomination), The Best Man, and Blithe Spirit.

Jennifer Bowles (Alice Dornan)

Jennifer Bowles has been seen on Broadway in Matilda (The Acrobat), American Idiot; NATIONAL TOURS: Matilda (Miss Honey), American Idiot (ensemble), The Drowsy Chaperone (1st National), and Wonderful Town.

Kelli O'Hara (Lisa Farragaut)

Most recently seen on Broadway in Kiss Me, Kate!, O'Hara won a Tony award for her performance in the King and I. O'Hara was also seen on Broadway in Follies, The Pajama Game, The Bridges of Madison County, Nice Work if You Can Get It, South Pacific, and The Light in the Piazza.

Cady Huffman (Sheila Gormley)

Huffman first came to Broadway as a replacement cast member in the hit musical La Cage aux Folles (1985), and was quickly cast in Bob Fosse's Big Deal, to be followed by a Tony-Award nomination for her performance in The Will Rogers Follies (1991). In 2001, she played the role of Ulla in the original cast of the Broadway musical The Producers, by Mel Brooks. Huffman received the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical for the role.

Joanna Gleason (Grace Newhouse)

In 1988 Joanna won the Tony as Best Actress for her role as the Baker's Wife in Sondheim's "Into the Woods." She also won a Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award for the same performance. She received another Tony nomination and a Drama Desk nomination for her work in "Joe Egg." Joanna won a Theater World Award for "The Real Thing," and another Drama Desk award for "Social Security."

Andrea Burns (Deborah Moss/Mitchell's Lawyer)

Burns is familiar to Broadway audiences for her numerous stage credits, including "In the Heights", "On Your Feet!", "The Nance" and "Songs for a New World." She has also been seen in "The Ritz," "Beauty & the Beast," and more.

Bill Irwin (Cardinal Brennan)

Bill Irwin is an actor, director, writer, and clown. His original works include The Regard of Flight, Largely New York, Fool Moon, Old Hats, and others. His theatre credits include Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?; Waiting for Godot; Endgame; and On Beckett.

Ali Stroker (Detective Allison Mulaney)

Groundbreaking performer Ali Stroker made history as the first actress in a wheelchair to appear on Broadway when she originated the role of 'Anna' in Deaf West's acclaimed 2015 revival of Spring Awakening. She continues her extraordinary career starring as 'Ado Annie' in this fall's production of Oklahoma at St. Ann's Warehouse under the direction of Daniel Fish.

Ramin Karimloo (Barry Hamidi)

Karimloo can currently be seen as Nick Arnstein in Funny Girl on Broadway. He is also known to American audiences in his critically acclaimed portrayal of 'Jean Valjean' in the Broadway revival of Les Misérables for which he was nominated for the 2014 Tony Award for Leading Actor in a Musical. Karimloo originated the role of Gleb in Anastasia.

Adrienne Warren (Rachel Manning)

Adrienne Warren made her West End debut in the World Premiere of Tina - The Tina Turner Musical in the title role of Tina Turner (Evening Standard & WhatsOnStage Award Nominations). She was last seen on Broadway in Shuffle Along as Gertrude Saunders / Florence Mills, for which she received a Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical. She originated the role of Danielle in the Tony-nominated Bring It On: The Musical on Broadway. She was also seen at the Apollo Theater as Lorrell in Dreamgirls, followed by the national tour. She will be seen starring in the upcoming Broadway production of Room this Spring.

Josh Segarra (Mike Rose)

Josh Segarra originated the role of Emilio Estefan in the musical On Your Feet! and as Mick in Lysistrata Jones.

Craig Bierko (Ray Cross)

For his role in The Music Man (dir. Susan Stroman), Bierko was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical and won the 2000 Theatre World Award. He was also seen as Miss Trunchbull in Matilda the Musical and as Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls.

Michael O'Keefe (Lt. Tim Harrison)

Michael O'Keefe has been seen on Broadway in Luv, Fifth of July, Mass Appeal, Side Man, and Reckless.

Austin Lysy (Howard Markham)

Austin Lysy was seen on Broadway as Donalbain and Siward in the 2000 production of Macbeth.

Jinkx Monsoon (Dennis/Tallulah)

Jinkx Monsoon can currently be seen on Broadway as the first drag queen to play the role of Matron "Mama" Morton in Chicago.

Will Chase (William Flood)

Chase played Chris in the 2nd National Tour of Miss Saigon. He first performed on Broadway in 1998 as the Squeegee Man and Roger understudy in Rent; he also starred as the last Roger in the final Broadway company of Rent. His additional Broadway credits include Miss Saigon; The Full Monty, as Jerry Lukowski replacement (2001); Lennon (2005); Aida (Radames replacement, 2003-04); and Tony in Billy Elliot the Musical. He was also seen in Something Rotten!, High Fidelity, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Kiss Me Kate.

James Snyder (Billy Coffin)

Snyder's theatre credits include Broadway: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, If/Then, In Transit, Cry-Baby (Drama League nomination); Grand Hotel, Fanny (Encores! NY City Center); Casa Valentina (West Coast premiere); Rock of Ages (World Premiere LA); Star Wars Trilogy in 30 Minutes (Coronet Theater LA, Edinburgh Fringe); Beauty and the Beast, South Pacific, Million Dollar Quartet (Pittsburgh CLO, Sacramento Music Circus).

Roe Hartrampf (Bryan Parker)

Roe Hartrampf made his Broadway debut in Diana, starring as "Prince Charles" under the direction of Tony Award winner Christopher Ashley. He is reprised his role from La Jolla Playhouse's pre-Broadway production. He previously appeared Off-Broadway in Second Stage's production of The Bad Guys and Nobody Loves You opposite Rory O'Malley and Leslie Kritzer.

Olga Merediz (Inez)

Olga Merediz was nominated for a 2008 Tony Award for her work in In the Heights, a part she reprised in the 2020 film version. Other B'way: Mamma Mia! (Rosie), Reckless (Trish), Man of La Mancha, Les Misérables, The Human Comedy.

Billy Magnussen (Rand Hillbert)

Magnussen was seen on Broadway as an understudy in The Ritz and in the Broadway transfer of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.

Corbin Bleu (Officer Blake)

Corbin was most recently seen on Broadway as Lucentio/Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me, Kate and as Ted Hanover in Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn. His performance in Holiday Inn won Bleu the Chita Rivera Award for Outstanding Male Dancer in a Broadway Show. Additional Broadway credits include: Godspell (Jesus) and In the Heights (Usnavi).

Priscilla Lopez (Mrs. Fernandez)

Priscilla Lopez is a Tony, Obie, Drama Desk winner. Broadway: Anna in the Tropics, Sisters Rosensweig, Nine, Hollywood/Ukraine, Lysistrata, A Chorus Line, Pippin, Company, Her First Roman, Henry Sweet Henry, Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Theo Stockman (Timothy Abbey)

Theo Stockman has appeared on Broadway in the original casts of American Psycho, Green Day's American Idiot and The Public's revival of HAIR. Off-Broadway he starred in the world premiere of David Rabe's An Early History of Fire (The New Group).

Jayne Houdyshell (Roseanne Galeki)

Jayne Houdyshell began her acting career performing a wide range of plays in regional theaters across the country. In 2016, she won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her work in The Humans. She has also been seen on Broadway in The Music Man, A Doll's House Part 2, Fish in the Dark, Romeo and Juliet, Dead Accounts, Follies, The Importance of Being Earnest, Bye Bye Birdie, Wicked, and more.

Aaron Lazar (Dr. Levin)

Lazar has been seen on Broadway in The Last Ship, A Little Night Music, Impressionism, A Tale of Two Cities, Les Miserables, The Light in the Piazza, Mamma Mia, Oklahoma, The Phantom of the Opera and more.

Meghann Fahy (Lacey Chambers)

During the summer of 2008, Fahy attended open calls and was cast as the standby for Jennifer Damiano as Natalie Goodman in Arena Stage's production of Next to Normal in late 2008. She remained with the cast during its transfer to the Booth Theatre on Broadway. She eventually took over the role and played until until the show's closing.

Jessie Mueller (Faith Madson)

Jessie Mueller most recently appeared on Broadway and at Steppenwolf in Tracy Lett's new play The Minutes. She received a Tony nomination and Drama Desk Award for her performance as Julie Jordan in the recent revival of Carousel. Prior to that she originated the role of Jenna Hunterson in composer-lyricist Sara Bareilles' hit Broadway musical Waitress. Other major Broadway credits include Nice Work If You Can Get It, The Mystery Of Edwin Drood (Drama Desk nomination), and her Broadway debut as Melinda in On A Clear Day You Can See Forever opposite Harry Connick, Jr. (Tony and Drama Desk nominations).

Alex Brightman (Ralph Lamont)

Alex Brightman is a writer and two-time Tony-nominated actor who has been seen on Broadway in School of Rock, Matilda, Big Fish, Wicked, and Glory Days. He originated the title role in Beetlejuice the Musical.

Kerry Butler (Mary Jo Clarkson)

Most recently seen in Beetlejuice, Kerry Butler has originated roles on Broadway in Mean Girls, Xanadu, Hairspray, Disaster!, and Catch Me If You Can. She has also been seen in Beauty and the Beast, Rock of Ages, Little Shop of Horrors, Les Misérables, Blood Brothers, and The Best Man.

Norbert Leo Butz (Detective Kramer)

Norbert Leo Butz is a two-time Tony Award winner for Best Actor in a Musical and is one of only nine actors ever to have won the award twice as lead actor. He first won for his work in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and won again for his work in Catch Me If You Can. He was additionally nominated for a Tony for his work in Thou Shalt Not and My Fair Lady. He has also been seen in Wicked, Big Fish, Dead Accounts, and Is He Dead.

Norm Lewis (DA James Campbell)

Lewis recently appeared in the Broadway revival of Once on This Island and as Sweeney Todd in the Off-Broadway production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street at the Barrow Street Theatre. He received Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle award nominations for his performance as Porgy in the Broadway production of The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess. Other Broadway credits include The Phantom of the Opera, Chicken and Biscuits, Sondheim on Sondheim, The Little Mermaid, Les Misérables, Chicago, Amour, The Wild Party, Side Show, Miss Saigon, and The Who's Tommy.

Gregory Jbara (Garrett Moore)

Jbara has been seen on Broadway as Dad in Billy Elliot, Andre in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Billy Flynn in Chicago (Broadway and national tour), Squash in Victor/Victoria, Sohovik in Damn Yankees, A Bellhop/A Bootblack in Born Yesterday, and as a LIFFE Member and Trader in Serious Money.

Daniel Stewart Sherman (John Coogan)

Daniel Stewart Sherman has been seen on Broadway in Kinky Boots, Desire Under the Elms, Cyrano De Bergerac, A Touch of the Poet, Henry IV, The Full Monty.

Tam Mutu (Sgt. Ray Langley)

Tam Mutu has been seen on Broadway in Moulin Rouge and Doctor Zhivago. He has also been seen on the West End in Les Miserables and Love Never Dies.

Erin Dilly (Gwen Rice)

Erin Dilly recently was on Broadway in Plaza Suite. She has also been seen in A Christmas Story, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Tony and Outer Critics Nominations), Into The Woods, Boys From Syracuse, Follies, Encores!, and Babes In Arms.

Jill Paice (Bev Gower)

Jill Paice has been seen on Broadway in An American in Paris (Milo), Matilda (Miss Honey), The 39 Steps, Curtains (Niki Harris), and The Woman in White (Laura Fairlie).

Bryan Terrell Clark (Joe Price)

On Broadway, Clark appeared as George Washington in the smash hit Hamilton. He made his Broadway debut playing the iconic role of Marvin Gaye in Motown: The Musical and is featured on the Grammy Award-nominated Original Broadway Cast Album.

Joe Carroll (Kyle Dorsey)

Joe Carroll originated the role of Johnny Simpson in Bandstand at The Paper Mill Playhouse, which he later took to Broadway. Other Broadway credits include Cinderella opposite Carly Rae Jepsen and Keke Palmer (Prince Topher), Romeo and Juliet with Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad (Balthazar, Romeo u/s), Once (Tony Award Best Musical).

Sean Allan Krill (Elon Lubin)

Sean Allan Krill has been seen on Broadway in Jagged Little Pill, Honeymoon in Vegas, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, Mamma Mia!. He will next be seen in the upcoming revival of Parade.

Christiani Pitts (Deanna Parker)

Christiani Pitts hails from the original Broadway company of A Bronx Tale, where she played the lead female role of Jane. She was later seen as Ann Darrow in King Kong.

F. Murray Abraham (Leon Goodwin)

Abraham has been seen on Broadway in The Man in the Glass Booth, 6 Rms Riv Vu, The Ritz, Legend, Teibele and Her Demon, Angels in America, A Month in the Country, Triumph of Love, Mauritius, and It's Only a Play.

Geneva Carr (Sally Burton)

Geneva Carr was seen on Broadway in 2015 as Margery in Hand to God.

Marc Kudisch (Terry Longacre)

Marc Kudisch has been seen on Broadway in Girl From the North Country, The Great Society, Hand to God, 9 to 5 (Tony and Drama Desk nominations), The Pirates of Penzance (NYC Opera), The Apple Tree, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Tony and OCC nominations), Roundabout Assassins (Drama Desk nomination),Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations), A Little Night Music (NYC Opera), Bells Are Ringing, The Wild Party, The Scarlet Pimpernel (3.0), High Society, Beauty and the Beast, Joseph Dreamcoat.

Jasmine Cephas Jones (Shania Costa)

Jasmine Cephas Jones originated the role of Peggy and Maria Reynolds in Hamilton on Broadway and Off-Broadway. She was also seen Off-Broadway in Cyrano and The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (Atlantic Theater).

Melissa Errico (Rivka Morganthal)

Melissa Errico is an American actress, singer, recording artist and writer. She is known for her Broadway musical roles such as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, White Christas, Dracula, Amour, High Society, Kurt Weill's One Touch of Venus, and more.

Lilla Crawford (Lily Coleman)

Lilla Crawford is an American actress best known for portraying the title role in the Broadway revival of Annie. She also played Little Red Riding Hood in the film adaptation of Into the Woods.

Kecia Lewis (Sandi Harper)

On Broadway, Lewis originated the roles of Asaka, Trix, and Ida Mae in Once on this Island, The Drowsy Chaperone, and Leap of Faith, respectively. Additionally, she has graced Broadway in Shrek, Chicago, Big River, Ain't Misbehavin, The Gospel at Colonus and in her debut in Dreamgirls.

Tammy Blanchard (Valerie Madigan)

Tammy Blanchard is best known for her stand-out Emmy Award-winning performance as young Judy Garland in the ABC two-part miniseries, "Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows" opposite Judy Davis. On Broadway she played the title character in Gypsy opposite Bernadette Peters in 2003. Other stage credits include Little Shop of Horrors (Off-Broadway, 2019), The Iceman Cometh (Broadway, 2018), Dada Woof Papa Hot (Off-Broadway, 2015) and How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Broadway, 2011).

Celia Keenan-Bolger (Ellen Turner)

Celia Kennan-Bolger was nominated for a Tony award for her performances in The Glass Menagerie and Peter and the Starcatcher before winning for her performance as Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird. Her other Broadway credits include The Cherry Orchard, Les Miserables, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Burke Moses (Ron Steward)

Burke Moses has been seen on Broadway in The Frogs, Kiss Me Kate, Beauty and the Beast, and Guys & Dolls.

Kristine Nielsen (Ms. Wilson)

Kristine Nielsen has been seen on Broadway in Present Laughter, You Can't Take It With You, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Spring Awakening, The Green Bird, Jackie, and The Iceman Cometh.

Jill Abramovitz (Jeanine Hoffman)

Abramovitz has been seen on Broadway in Beetlejuice, Fiddler on the Roof, Cinderella, and Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me. She also contributed additional lyrics to It Shoulda Been You.

Kerry O'Malley (Lydia Forman)

O'Malley has been seen on Broadway as Betty Haynes (the Rosemary Clooney role) in Irving Berlin's White Christmas, directed by Walter Bobbie; The Baker's Wife in the 2002 revival of Into the Woods, directed by James Lapine, for which she received Outer Critics and Drama Desk nominations; Dr. Sharone Stein in Michael Mayer's revival of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever; Dolly Tate (and understudy to Reba McEntire) in Annie Get Your Gun, directed by Graciela Daniele; Billy's Mum in Billy Elliot, directed by Stephen Daldry.

Drew Gehling (Jason Price)

Drew Gehling created the role of Dr. Pomatter in the A.R.T. production of Waitress, which he later reprised on Broadway. He has also been seen in Almost Famous, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, and Jersey Boys.

André De Sheilds (Mitchell)

In a career spanning 50 years, De Shields has distinguished himself as an unparalleled actor, director, and educator. He has intermittently portrayed Hermes in Hadestown since 2012, including the recent critically acclaimed production at London's National Theatre. A multiple Tony Award nominee, he is best known for his show-stopping performances in four legendary Broadway productions: The Wiz, Ain't Misbehavin' (Emmy Award), Play On!, and The Full Monty. He was most recently seen in Death of a Salesman.

Erika Henningsen (Madeline Gleeson)

Erika is best known for her role as Cady in Mean Girls on Broadway. She also appeared as Fantine in the recent Broadway revival of Les Miserables, Kim Ravenal in PBS' Live from Lincoln Center: Show Boat; Beth in Signature Theatre's world premiere of Kathleen Marshall/Sheryl Crow' musical, Diner; featured opposite Tyne Daly in York Theatre Company's staging of Jerry Herman's Dear World.

Kelli Barrett (Maryann Russell)

Barrett was seen on Broadway in Gettin' The Band Back Together, Doctor Zhivago, Wicked (Nessa), The Royal Family (Gwen), and Baby It's You! (Mary-Jane). She will be seen in the upcoming Broadway revival of Parade.

Derek Klena (Cormac Phillips)

Derek Klena was most recently in Moulin Rouge! and Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill on Broadway. Prior to that, he played the same role in the world premiere production at A.R.T in Cambridge, MA. Previously, he starred as Dmitry in the stage adaptation of the animated movie Anastasia. Derek first broke onto the NYC theatre scene in the 2012 Off-Broadway revival of Carrie, where he was picked by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul to originate the lead role of Eddie Birdlace in Dogfight. He then made his Broadway debut as Fiyero in 10th Anniversary Company of Wicked and followed that up by originating the role of Michael in Jason Robert Brown's The Bridges of Madison County.

Kate Rockwell (Claire Gilmore)

Kate Rockwell played Karen Smith in the 2018 musical, Mean Girls, for the latter of which she received Drama Desk Award and Helen Hayes Award nominations. Other Broadway credits include Bring It On: The Musical (Skylar, OBC); Rock of Ages (Sherrie); Legally Blonde (Margot); and Hair.

Edward Asner (Chuck Kennedy)

Edward Asner has been seen on Broadway in Grace, Born Yesterday, and Face of a Hero.

Anika Larsen (Rosemary Martin)

Recently seen on Broadway in Almost Famous, Anika has performed on Broadway in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Avenue Q; Xanadu; All Shook Up; and Rent.

Jennifer Cody (Amber)

Jennifer Cody has been seen on Broadway in SHREK the Musical, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The Pajama Game, Taboo, Urinetown, Seussical, Grease, Beauty and the Beast, and Cats.

Jenn Gambatese

Jenn Gambatese originated the Broadway roles of Jane in Tarzan and Natalie in All Shook Up (Outer Critics Circle nom), played Glinda in the national tour of Wicked, and was on Broadway in Mrs. Doubtfire, School of Rock, Hairspray, Is He Dead?, A Year with Frog and Toad, and Footloose.

Victor Garber (Donald Stein)

Mr. Garber earned four Tony® nominations for his work in Damn Yankees, Lend Me a Tenor, Deathtrap, and Little Me. He performed in the workshops of Sondheim's Assassins and Wiseguys as well as in the Tony Award®-winning play Art. His stage credits also include the original Broadway productions of Arcadia, The Devil's Disciple, Noises Off, and Sweeney Todd. Additionally, Mr. Garber garnered rave reviews in Sondheim's Follies for City Center Encores! He was most recently seen alongside Bernadette Peters in Hello, Dolly!

Brandon Uranowitz (Michael Goldman)

Recently seen in Leopoldstadt, Brandon Uranowitz is a 2019 Tony and Drama Desk Award nominee for his performance as Larry in the Broadway revival of Lanford Wilson's Burn This. Brandon also recently appeared as Leon Czolgosz in the 2021 off-Broadway revival of Assassins at CSC, directed by John Doyle. He previously received Tony Award nominations for his performances in An American in Paris and Falsettos. Other Broadway credits include The Band's Visit, Prince of Broadway, and Baby, It's You!.

Alice Ripley

Alice Ripley is a consummate Broadway star in addition to a versatile actor in film and television and a distinguished singer-songwriter. Her work as Diana in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Next to Normal garnered her a Tony Award for "Best Actress in a Musical." She was nominated for both a Drama Desk and a Tony for her brilliant work in the short lived but legendary Side Show, and she's created unforgettable original performances in such Broadway hits as The Who's Tommy, Sunset Boulevard, The Rocky Horror Show, and American Psycho.

Tituss Burgess (Priest)

Burgess has been seen on Broadway include Guys and Dolls, The Little Mermaid, Jersey Boys and Good Vibrations. Regionally he was seen in The Wiz and Songs For A New World. In June 2016, Burgess reprised his role of "Sebastian the Crab" during the Hollywood Bowl concert event of The Little Mermaid.

Christopher Sieber (Mike Dougherty)

Most recently seen in Company and The Prom, Sieber has been a Broadway mainstay for more than 15 years; shows include Beauty and the Beast, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Into the Woods, Chicago, Monty Python's Spamalot (Tony nom.), Shrek (Tony nom.), Pippin, Matilda.

Melissa Benoist (Renee)

Benoist, who currently steals the screen in the title role of The CW hit show, made her Broadway debut as Carole King in Broadway's hit, Beautiful-The Carole King Musical in 2018. She was also seen on the hit TV show GLEE.

Tovah Feldshuh (Sylvia Hayden)

Tovah Feldshuh is currently working with Lea Michele and the company of Funny Girl as Mrs. Brice on Broadway. She has also been seen on Broadway in Cyrano, Rodgers & Hart, Dreyfus in Rehearsal, Yentl, Saravá!, Lend Me a Tenor, Golda's Balcony, Irena's Vow, and the show-stopping, trapeze-swinging Berthe in Pippin.

Michael McCormick (Alex Papadopoulos)

Currently seen in A Beautiful Noise, McCormick's Broadway credits include Wicked, Hello, Dolly!; Chaplin; Elf; Curtains; The Grinch...; The Pajama Game; Kiss Me, Kate; 1776; Gypsy; Marie Christine; Kiss of the Spider Woman; La Bête.

Sadie Sink (Daisy Carpenter)

Sadie Sink is an American actress and model. She portrayed Max Mayfield in the Netflix television series Stranger Things and Ziggy Berman in the Netflix horror film trilogy Fear Street. Sink has also worked on Broadway, with credits including Annie and The Audience. She also starred in Taylor Swift's All Too Well: The Short Film and The Whale.

Elizabeth Stanley (Karen)

Prior to originating the role of Mary Jane Healy in Jagged Little Pill, Elizabeth Stanley starred in the world premiere at A.R.T. She previously appeared on Broadway in the revival of On the Town (Drama Desk Nomination), Million Dollar Quartet, Cry-Baby, and the Tony Award-Winning revival of Company as well as the First National Tours of The Bridges of Madison County and Xanadu.

Rob McClure (Teddy Marks)

Rob McClure received Tony, Drama League, Astaire, and Outer Critics Circle nominations and won Theatre World and Clive Barnes awards for his performance in Chaplin: The Musical. Other Broadway: Mrs. Doubtfire, Beetlejuice; Something Rotten!; Noises Off; Honeymoon In Vegas; I'm Not Rappaport; and Avenue Q; as well as Where's Charley? and Irma La Douce at Encores!.

Sasha Hutchings (Ariel Rice)

Currently on the national tour of Oklahoma!, Hutchings has been on Broadway in My Fair Lady, Oklahoma, Hamilton (also The Public), Rocky, Motown (original Broadway casts); Memphis.

Ta-Rea Campbell (Miranda Gibbs)

Campbell has been seen on Broadway in The Book of Mormon, The Lion King (Nala), Aida (Aida standby), Little Shop... (Urchins). Tours: Sister Act (Deloris Van Cartier), The Lion King (Nala), Aida (Nehebkah). Recently, she was seen on the national tour of Hamilton as Angelica Schuyler.

Tom Wopat (Craig Iverson)

Tom Wopat has appeared on Broadway in I Love My Wife, City of Angels, Guys and Dolls, A Catered Affair, Catch Me If You Can, and Annie Get Your Gun (Tony nomination).

Michael Park (Inspector Keith Sullivan)

Park has been seen on Broadway in Dear Evan Hansen (Larry Murphy), Tuck Everlasting (Angus Tuck), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Gooper), How to Succeed (Bratt), Carousel (Billy), Smokey Joe's Café (OC), Little Me (Lucky).

Erin Mackey (Rachel)

From 2006 until 2010, Mackey played the role of Glinda in various productions of the musical Wicked. After Wicked, she starred in the new Broadway musical Sondheim on Sondheim. Mackey played Hope Harcourt in the Broadway revival of Anything Goes. She starred as Mary Catlett in the world premiere of the musical, Amazing Grace from October to November 2014 playing a role she would later reprise on Broadway. From November 2016 through April 2017, Mackey starred on Broadway in the a cappella musical In Transit.

Uzo Aduba (Nurse)

On stage, Aduba made her Broadway debut in Coram Boy in 2007, followed by the hit musical revival of Godspell in 2011. A graduate of Boston University School of Fine Arts, Aduba appeared at Boston's Huntington Theatre and A.R.T. where she received the Elliot Norton Award for Best Actress in a Play. She made her West End Theatre debut in Jean Genet's The Maids, directed by Jamie Lloyd and co-starring Laura Carmichael and Zawe Ashton. Aduba was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Play for her work in the Kennedy Center/Olney Theater production of Translations of Xhosa. Other theater credits include Dessa Rose at the New Repertory Theatre, Turnado: Rumble for the Ring at the Bay Street Theater, and Abyssinia at the Goodspeed Theatre. Aduba also appeared in the NBC Live production of The Wiz, which also featured Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, Ne-Yo, Amber Riley, and David Alan Grier. She was most recently seen on Broadway in Clyde's.

Kirsten Wyatt (Nurse)

Kirsten Wyatt has been seen on Broadway in Annie (Lily St. Regis), A Christmas Story, Elf (Santa's Elf), Shrek (Shoemaker's Elf),Grease (Frenchy, 2007 revival), High Fidelity (Anna), The Pajama Game (Poopsie), Urinetown (Little Becky Two Shoes), and You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Lucy/Sally standby).

Ariana DeBose (Sophia Ortiz)

Ariana DeBose won the 2022 Academy Award, British Academy Film Award, Screen Actors Guild and Critics' Choice Awards for her performance as Anita in Steven Spielberg's WEST SIDE STORY. She also recently hosted the 2022 Tony Awards to critical acclaim and has starred in the hit television series Schmigadoon! for Apple TV+, Ryan Murphy's film adaptation of THE PROM for Netflix. Her Broadway credits include Hamilton, Bring It On, Company, Pippin and her Tony Award nominated performance in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.

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