Liana Hunt, Jelani Remy, Nathaniel Hackmann & More Complete the Cast of BACK TO THE FUTURE: THE MUSICAL

BACK TO THE FUTURE: The Musical begins Broadway performances Friday, June 30, 2023, and officially opens Thursday, August 3, 2023 at Broadway’s Winter Garden Theatre.

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The full Broadway cast of Back to the Future: The Musical has been revealed! Previously announced Tony Award winner Roger Bart (Doc Brown), Casey Likes (Marty McFly), and Olivier Award nominee Hugh Coles (George McFly) will be joined by Liana Hunt as Lorraine Baines, Jelani Remy as Goldie Wilson/Marvin Berry, and Nathaniel Hackmann as Biff Tannen. The ensemble includes Merritt David Janes (Strickland), Mikaela Secada (Jennifer Parker), Amber Ardolino, Will Branner, Victoria Byrd, Brendon Chan, Kevin Curtis, Nick Drake, Samuel Gerber, Marc Heitzman, Kimberly Immanuel, Joshua Kenneth Allen Johnson, Hannah Kevitt, JJ Niemann, Becca Petersen, Emma Pittman, Jonalyn Saxer, Blakely Slaybaugh, Gabi Stapula, and Daryl Tofa. Back to the Future: The Musical begins Broadway performances Friday, June 30, 2023, and officially opens Thursday, August 3, 2023 at Broadway's Winter Garden Theatre (1634 Broadway).

Based on the Universal Pictures/Amblin Entertainment film, the 2022 Olivier Award-winning Best New Musical, BACK TO THE FUTURE: The Musical has a book by Bob Gale, new music and lyrics by Emmy and Grammy Award-winning Alan Silvestri and six-time Grammy Award-winning Glen Ballard, with additional songs from the film including "The Power of Love" and "Johnny B. Goode." Bob Gale is the co-creator and co-writer of the Back to the Future film trilogy and Alan Silvestri composed the iconic film score for the series.

BACK TO THE FUTURE: The Musical is directed by Tony Award winner John Rando and features a multi-Tony and Olivier Award-winning design team that includes Tim Hatley (set and costume design), Tim Lutkin and Hugh Vanstone (lighting), Gareth Owen (sound) and Finn Ross (video), with choreography by Chris Bailey, musical supervision and arrangements by Nick Finlow, illusions by Chris Fisher, orchestrations by Ethan Popp and Bryan Crook, dance arrangements by David Chase, music direction by Ted Arthur and casting by Tara Rubin

Marty McFly is a rock 'n' roll teenager who is accidentally transported back to 1955 in a time-travelling DeLorean invented by his friend, Dr. Emmett Brown. But before he can return to 1985, Marty must make sure his high school-aged parents fall in love in order to save his own existence.

The critically acclaimed West End production of Back to the Future: The Musical has been seen by over 800,000 people to date, broken Adelphi Theatre box office records and recently extended to July 23, 2023. The production won the Best New Musical Olivier Award as well as multiple WhatsOnStage Awards and a Broadway World Award for Best New Musical. Back to the Future: The Musical had its world premiere at the Manchester Opera House on March 11, 2020 and officially opened in London on September 13, 2021.

The Original Cast Recording of Back to the Future: The Musical is available now from Sony Masterworks Broadway in all formats, including vinyl. (

Back to the Future the film was released in 1985, starring Michael J. Fox as "Marty McFly" and Christopher Lloyd as "Dr Emmett Brown." The film grossed $360.6 million at the box office worldwide and the total box office for all three films in the Back to the Future franchise was $936.6 million (over $1.8 billion in today's money).

BACK TO THE FUTURE: The Musical is produced by Colin Ingram, Donovan Mannato, Tom Viertel/ Steven Baruch/ Marc Routh/ Richard Frankel, Hunter Arnold, Playing Field, Robert L. Hutt, Ivy Herman/Hallee Adelman, Teresa Tsai, Bob McLynn, Gavin Kalin, Kimberly Magarro, Crush Music, Universal Theatrical Group, Sony Masterworks, Augury, Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, in association with Neil Gooding Productions, Ricardo Marques, James L. Nederlander. Bespoke Theatricals serves as General Manager.

Hugh Coles is appearing with the support of Actors' Equity Association. The Producers gratefully acknowledge Actors' Equity Association for its assistance with this production.

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Roger Bart

(Doc Brown) is best known for originating the role of 'Carmen Ghia' in Mel Brooks' Broadway musical, The Producers, for which he received Tony and Drama Desk nominations. He revised the character for Universal's theatrical adaptation of The Producers as well. Roger won the Tony and Drama Desk Awards for playing Snoopy in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Other Broadway credits include: Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein in which he originated the title role of Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, Disaster, Triumph Of Love, The Frogs and Big River. Roger also had the unique privilege of playing Hades in The Public Theatre/Disney Theatricals production of Hercules at the Delacorte Theatre. An adaptation of the Disney animated feature Hercules, Roger sang the title character's song "Go The Distance" and was nominated for an Academy Award for best original song. On television, Bart can currently be seen on the Freeform series, "Good Trouble," which is the spin-off to their popular series, "The Fosters." He previously recurred on the Epix series, "Graves," starring opposite Nick Nolte and Sela Ward and also in "A Series Of Unfortunate Events," opposite Neil Patrick Harris on Netflix. Some of his film credits include Trumbo, Last Vegas, Law Abiding Citizen, American Gangster, The Stepford Wives, The Insider, Harold And Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay, Hostel Part II, Midnight Meat Train, Speech And Debate, and Ghost Light. Bart has also had recurring characters in a number of other television series: "Desperate Housewives" (playing George, the pharmacist), "Episodes" (SHOWTIME), "No Tomorrow," "Grace And Frankie," "Revenge," "There's...Johnny" and "The Lost Room."

Casey Likes

(Marty McFly) just made his Broadway debut in Almost Famous The Musical as 'William Miller' starring alongside Solea Pfeiffer and Chris Wood. Created and written by Cameron Crowe and directed by Jeremy Herrin, this adaptation of the 2000 film chronicles an adolescent's experience touring with an up-and-coming band when given a chance to write a story for Rolling Stone. He will next be seen as 'Gene Simmons' in the Neil Bogart biopic Spinning Gold that will be released on March 31, 2023 and as 'Richie Shepard,' the leading role in MGM's feature Dark Harvest. Previous film credits include Everything Must Go, where he portrayed a young Will Ferrell. TV credits include the recent Crypt TV and Facebook Watch series The Birch, as well as National Geographic's American Blackout. As a filmmaker, he has won awards for the direction of his films Seriously and How to Romance, including the top prize in the Arizona Student Film Festival. His latest two self-produced films Thespians and I Got You can be seen on YouTube now. At the age of 17, Likes won the ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Award for "Best Lead Male" and was a finalist in the 2019 High School Musical Theatre Awards, AKA The Jimmy Awards.

Hugh Coles

(George McFly). Rising star Hugh Coles has most recently appeared opposite Donald Glover in series 3 of "Atlanta" (FX) and just wrapped on the Roughcut / Channel 4 comedy "The Odds," as well as the Merman / Sky comedy series "Dreamland" taking one of the lead roles alongside Lily Allen, Freema Agyemann and Aimiee Ffion Edwards. He will soon be filming the BBC / HBO series "Juice." For originating the role of George McFly in Universal's musical adaptation of Back to the Future in 2022, Hugh was Olivier and Stage Debut-nominated as well as winning the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical. A graduate of the prestigious LAMDA school in London, he is also known as series reg Liam in BBC's "Defending The Guilty" with Will Sharpe and Katherine Parkinson, with screen credits including the recent series of "Death In Paradise" (BBC), "Doc Martin" (ITV), and "The Mysterious Disappearance Of Agatha Christie" (Sky) with Anna Maxwell Martin. In film Hugh plays the support lead of Rex in The Festival (Fudge Park).

Liana Hunt

(Lorraine Baines) is originally from Vermont and has performed on stages all across North America - from Walt Disney World to the St. Louis MUNY to Broadway. She made her Broadway debut starring as Sophie in Mamma Mia! after playing the role on the National Tour and starred as Katherine in Disney's Newsies on Broadway. Most recently she was a part of the world premiere of The Devil Wears Prada the musical at the Nederlander Theatre in Chicago. She has toured the country with various National Tours including Wicked (Nessarose) and Steve Martin and Edie Brickell's Bright Star (Margo). Some of her favorite regional credits include Rose in Meet Me in St. Louis (The Muny), originating the role of Jessie Randolf in Clint Black's Looking for Christmas (The Old Globe), Sybil in Noel Coward's Private Lives (Riverside Theatre), and Eponine in Les Miserables (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse). TV/Film: HBO's The Undoing, Ghosts of Christmas Always (Hallmark), STAG (independent feature film). BFA: NYU. @lianamariehunt

Jelani Remy

(Goldie Wilson/Marvin Berry) A Montclair State Alumni and New Jersey Native. Broadway: Ain't Too Proud The Life and Times of The Temptations (Eddie Kendricks), Disney's The Lion King (Simba). Past shows include High School Musical and High School Musical 2!, Smokey Joes Cafe The Apple Boys, Anjou: The Musical Horror Tale, The Oscar Michaeux Suite, Love Around The Block at Hermes, Cabaret (Goodspeed Opera House), Mozart: Her Story (Carnegie Hall). Jelani is a Papermill Playhouse Rising Star and Chita Rivera award recipient. NextGen Advocate. Thanks to the cast and crew, The Remys, CG, DannyLou, BCEFA, Tara Rubin, DGRW this beautiful theater community and God. IG @itsjelaniremy.

Nathaniel Hackmann

(Biff Tannen) (he/him) has emerged as an actor/singer of international renown. He has been seen on stage in some of the most demanding roles and alongside many of the world's greatest orchestras. He has portrayed Jean Valjean and Javert on Broadway in Les Misérables, as well as the titular roles in Jekyll and Hyde and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. For the internationally televised BBC Proms at London's Royal Albert Hall, he appeared as Curly with the John Wilson Orchestra in the acclaimed production of Oklahoma and portrayed Gaby in On The Town for Leonard Bernstein's 100th Birthday Celebration. It is impossible to overstate the influence of Back to the Future in Hackmann's formative years. Having memorized the films, line by line and shot by shot by wearing out the used VHS tapes he bought with his childhood lunch money at Blockbuster, it is an incredible honor to step into this iconic role and help tell this story for new generations! Following his recording as Steve in Paint Your Wagon, his Curly in Oklahoma will be available soon on all music streaming platforms, followed next year by his Billy Bigelow. Hackmann's past favorite roles include both Gaston and the Beast in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, and Quasimodo in Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame, and many of Frank Wildhorn's and Stephen Sondheim's antagonists. In the operatic repertoire, Hackmann is an alumnus of the prestigious Merola Opera Program at the San Francisco Opera. He has also appeared with Virginia Opera, Michigan Opera Theater, Opera Theater Saint Louis, San Francisco Lyric Opera, and others. On the concert stage, he has appeared with the John Wilson Orchestra, Sinfonia of London, Hong Kong Symphony, San Francisco Opera Orchestra, Springfield Symphony, Midland Symphony Orchestra, Sun Valley Opera, Central Michigan Orchestra, Northern Arizona Symphony, and Northwest Indiana Symphony. Nathaniel Hackmann holds a Bachelor and Master of Music in vocal performance from Central Michigan University. Humble thanks to the creatives, God, A & PP, and Thomas F. Wilson. Twitter: @n8hackmann. Instagram: n8hackmann

Merritt David Janes

(Strickland, Ensemble) Graduate of U. of Maine and Circle In The Square; from Colchester, VT. Broadway: School Of Rock (Original Broadway Cast). New Album: "Waiting in the Wings." National Tours: School Of Rock (Dewey), Sweeney Todd (Sweeney), Beauty And The Beast (Lumiere), The Wedding Singer (Robbie Hart), Phantom Of The Opera 25th Anniversary Tour (Original Cast), Shrek (Farquaad), Catch Me If You Can (Hanratty). Regional: Griswold's Broadway Vacation (World Premiere), Little Shop of Horrors (Dentist), Two Gentleman Of Verona (The Duke), The Complete Works Of Shakespeare Abridged (Adam), A Song for John and Yoko (Director/Creator). Founder/Creative Director of Broadway Rocks. Instagram: @mdjtanner. Twitter: @MDavidJanes.

Mikaela Secada

(Jennifer Parker, Ensemble) Mikaela is a singer, dancer, and actor from Miami, FL. She is overjoyed to be making her Broadway Debut in Back to the Future: The Musical! Mika is a proud alum of the Musical Theatre program at University of Michigan. Go Blue! Previous theatre credits include: Nicola in Kinky Boots (Bucks County Playhouse), Beastgirl (The Kennedy Center), A Crossing (Barrington Stage Co.), Carla in In The Heights (MTWichita), Consuelo West Side Story (Lexington Theatre Co.), Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, Helene in Sweet Charity (UofM). Television: The Endgame (NBCUniversal), Lioness (Paramount+). She sends all her love to her family and friends who never fail to support her! Xoxo! Instagram: @mikasecada

Amber Ardolino

(Ensemble) just wants a date. She likes Thai food, warm weather and traveling back in time. You may have seen her on Tik Tok or for 5 seconds on "Law & Order: SVU"! Amber has been in the Original Broadway Casts of: Funny Girl, Moulin Rouge, and Head Over Heels! She was in the Original Chicago company of Hamilton and shortly made her way over to the Broadway company! Film/TV credits include: In The Heights, "Fosse/Verdon," "The Glee Project." You can follow Amber on Tiktok or Instagram at @ambernicoleardolino.

Will Branner

(Ensemble) Past, Present & Future Will is thrilled to be making his Broadway Debut! Theatre: Bat Out Of Hell (New York City Center, Original North American Company), Mean Girls (1st National Tour), October Sky (The Old Globe), West Side Story (The 5th Avenue Theatre - BTCA nomination, Barrington Stage), PCLO, Music Theatre Wichita, Adirondack Theatre Festival, Triad Stage. Film/TV: "Dave" (FX/Hulu), Nerdy Prudes Must Die (Starkid), "The Today Show" (NBC), No Way To Spin It (Amazon). Will is also an award-winning theatre and film director (@dawgpawproductions). B.F.A University Of Michigan. IG: @lordbranner

Victoria Byrd

(Ensemble) Broadway debut! Off-Broadway: Cheek to Cheek (York Theater Company). National tour: Aladdin. Select Regional: Chicago (MUNY), An American in Paris (Cape Playhouse), West Side Story (Asolo Rep), Peter Pan, Mamma Mia (NSMT), A Chorus Line (Reagle). BFA Boston Conservatory. All the gratitude to my agents at DGRW and love to my parents for everything!

Brendon Chan

(Ensemble) started dancing at the age of 10 in his hometown of San Francisco. In high school he joined the breakdancing club and competed around the Bay Area with his studio's hip hop team. After graduating from UC Santa Barbara, he started his career traveling the world performing on cruise ships until moving to New York City to pursue musical theater. His first show out of the city was The Bodyguard national tour, followed by West Side Story at the Guthrie Theater and the SF cast of Hamilton at the Orpheum theater, performing in his hometown for the first time. Having finished the tour, Brendon returned to NYC with the hopes of fulfilling his dream of performing on Broadway. And this is that dream coming true.

Kevin Curtis

(Ensemble) was most recently seen as Pierre in the Broadway company of Moulin Rouge! at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Kevin has toured the US in the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line, as well as performed with countless regional companies like: The Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, The MUNY in St Louis and the Denver Center for Performing Arts. You can catch Kevin on TV in "FBI" on CBS, "The Amber Ruffin Show" on Peacock, "Pose" on FX, "Side Hustle" on Nickelodeon, "Younger" on TV LAND and "The Other Two" on HBO MAX. Look out for Kevin in the upcoming feature film where he stars as the title role in Loulou. Other film credits include Take Care and Shaka King's Newlyweeds. Kevin is originally from Baltimore City, MD where his training began early at the Baltimore School for the Arts. His love of acting would eventually take him to New York City to study at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Keep up with Kevin on insta @kevintcurtis


(Ensemble) (They/them). Broadway Debut!! From St. Louis, Missouri, they grew up performing at The Muny as a child and decided to extend their education in Music theatre at Baldwin Wallace University. Nick's other theatre credits include Kinky Boots (Angel/Lola Cover), Ain't Too Proud (Swing/Dance Captain) Hadestown (Assistant Choreographer). TV and film credits include Fire Island (Hulu), "Saturday Night Live" (NBC), and "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" (NBC). Thank you to everyone who helped me get here. It truly does takes a village :) #BLM #YJ4L IG/TikTok: @nickxdrake

Samuel Gerber

(Swing) is ecstatic to be making his Broadway debut in Back to the Future! Samuel is landing in Hill Valley after touring North America as an original company member of the Mean Girls tour! Endless thanks to Avalon Artists Group and his family for the never-ending love and support. National Tour: Mean Girls (Swing, U/s Damian). Regional: Newsies and West Side Story (The LEX).

Marc Heitzman

(Ensemble) Broadway: Bandstand (Dance Captain), CATS (Plato/Macavity). Off-Broadway/Regional: Standard Time (The Duke), When Change Comes (MSDT), High Button Shoes (NY City Center), Come Fall In Love (Old Globe), Bandstand (Papermill Playhouse), Carmen (Houston Grand Opera). Tours/International: Eddie in Movin Out (National), Bandstand (Restager/Choreographer), Dance Captain in Man In The Mirror (Int'l), Wexford Opera Festival (Ireland), Broadway Christmas Wonderland (Tokyo), Norwegian Cruise line. Film/Television: Worth, "The TONY Awards," "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "The Kelly Clarkson Show," "Good Morning America," "Hello Tomorrow!" (Assistant Choreographer), Can You Keep A Secret (Associate Choreographer). Other: The MET Gala, NY Fashion Week, Fashionphile, Robinhood Foundation Gala. Instagram: @cramheitzman

Kimberly Immanuel

(Swing) is overjoyed to be making her Broadway debut in this incredible show! She was most recently seen as Nessarose on the National Tour of Wicked. Other National Tours: Hadestown (Dance Captain, Swing, u/s Eurydice, Fates), White Christmas (Ensemble). Off-Broadway: Pacific Overtures, The Fantasticks, Heartbreak House. Select Regional: Godspell (Berkshire Theatre Group), 42nd Street (Drury Lane Theatre, The Ordway, BWW Dancer of the Decade Award), Singin' in the Rain (La Mirada Theatre, Ovation Award Nomination), Chasing Rainbows (Paper Mill Playhouse), Waterfall (Pasadena Playhouse, The 5th Avenue Theatre). Proud NYU alum. Endless love and gratitude to her family, friends, the brilliant BTTF team, Tara Rubin Casting, and DGRW! For Mom and Dad. @kimmyimmanuel

Joshua Kenneth Allen Johnson

(Swing). Great Scott! It's his Broadway debut! Joshua was previously traveling the country with the national tours of Disney's Aladdin, and Pretty Woman: The Musical. On his theatrical journey, Joshua's been blessed to perform at The Muny, Capital City Theatre, appearances at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and at Disney as a dancer with Mariah Carey. He extends his eternal gratitude to his village, Avalon Artist Group, CCM, Mom, Dad, Joi, and David! Follow @Joshua.ka.johnson

Hannah Kevitt

(Ensemble) (she/her) is so excited to be making her Broadway debut in Back to the Future! Credits include: Miss Saigon (Serenbe Playhouse), A Chorus Line (Heritage Theatre Festival), The King and I (Interlakes Theatre), and The Wolves (Actor's Theatre of Charlotte). Endless gratitude and love for Mom, Dad, Rebekah, and Jakov. Special thanks to HCKR. Elon MT '23. @hannah.kevitt

JJ Niemann

(Ensemble) is thrilled to be going *back in time* with this incredible dream team! Originally hailing from Wilmington, North Carolina, JJ is a NYC-based Broadway actor and content creator. Previous credits include The Book of Mormon on Broadway; the world premieres of Disney's Hercules at Paper Mill Playhouse and BLISS at The 5th Avenue Theatre; Sky in Mamma Mia! at Flat Rock Playhouse; Cape Playhouse; The Rev Theatre Co; The Muny; Pittsburgh CLO; and the TikTok musicals for you, Paige and Ratatouille. In the digital world, JJ has accrued over 1 million followers and 400 million video views across platforms thanks to his chaotic energy and theatre comedy videos. Proud BFA graduate of Elon University. Connect with JJ on Instagram/TikTok @jjniemann!

Becca Petersen

(Ensemble) is pumped to go back in time at the iconic Winter Garden Theatre! Broadway: Mean Girls (Ensemble, u/s Cady, Regina, Karen, Dance Captain), Bandstand (u/s Julia). Tours: Mean Girls (u/s Cady, Regina, Karen), Newsies (u/s Katherine, Medda). Regional: Come Fall in Love (The Old Globe), Mystic Pizza (Ogunquit Playhouse), Mean Girls (National Theatre), and The Prom (Alliance Theatre). Special shout out to my amazing team at DGRW. Thank you to my family and friends who have been my cheerleaders from day one. This one's for you! @bp170

Emma Pittman

(Ensemble) is the winner of #TheSearchForRoxie on Emma is a Mississippi native, and a proud graduate of Wagner College. Her theatre Credits include: Roxie & Annie (Chicago on Broadway), Janet Van De Graff (Drowsy Chaperone), Lola (Damn Yankees), Harriet Quimby (NYC Reading). Emma also enjoys teaching dance to people of all ages, directing, and choreographing. She owe's her career to the support she's gotten along the way. Thank you to Michele Pawk, Ann Reinking, John Davenport, my family, and close friends. @Emmapittmanofficial

Jonalyn Saxer

(Ensemble) was most recently seen as Karen Smith in the National Tour of Mean Girls, after having appeared in the Broadway company as part of the original cast. Other Broadway credits include Cats, Holiday Inn, Honeymoon In Vegas, and Bullets Over Broadway. She can also be seen as a Jet girl in Steven Spielberg's West Side Story remake, choreographed by Justin Peck. She has appeared in regional theaters across the country, including The Muny, 5 Star Theatrical, and The Rev. Jonalyn is a proud graduate of Syracuse University. @jksaxer

Blakely Slaybaugh

(Swing) (he/him) is elated to be back on Broadway! He is a NYC-based performing artist whose work has been seen globally with NBC, Target, luxury fashion brand Hermès, Cirque du Soleil, on Broadway and on Broadway Tours. Most recently he made his Tribeca Film Festival debut portraying Rudy Giuliani in Rudy! A Documusical directed by Oscar nominee Jed Rothstein. Blakely won the prestigious Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Lead Actor for his portrayal of Prez in The Pajama Game at the Tony Award winning Arena Stage in Washington DC. His Broadway and tour credits include: Paramour (OBC), Pinocchio in SHREK: The Musical, and Rogers & Hammerstein's Cinderella. He performed in High Button Shoes with Michael Urie for New York City Center's Encores! series, with Norm Lewis, Jessie Mueller and Rosie O'Donnell in The Music Man at The Kennedy Center, as Robertson Aye in Mary Poppins at Paper Mill Playhouse, plus featured performances at Shakespeare Theatre Company, Goodspeed Opera House, The Muny, among many others. Blakely holds a BFA from CCM. He also enjoys sharing the arts with younger generations by teaching masterclasses around the country. He's held the position of Associate Faculty for Northwestern University's CHERUBS Intensive and taught acting at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City. In his free time, he loves to hike, rock climb, and travel with his wife Beth. You can keep up with Blakely's antics here at Hill Valley and elsewhere on all social platforms: @BSlaybs

Gabi Stapula

(Swing) (she/her). Woah this is heavy, Broadway Debut! Associate Choreographer: Hairspray National Tour. Resident Choreographer: The Muny. Choreographer/Performer at "The View," "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," and "Saturday Night Live." Regional credits: Papermill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, TUTS, The REV Theatre Company, The Muny and Arena Stage. Co-founder of event and design firm, Glos Haus. Pace University Alum. Endless gratitude to Chris, Beth, Darren and the entire BTTF Family! Gracias a mi familia, Sean, MSA, and YOU for supporting time travel and theatre. @astoldbygabi

Daryl Tofa

(Ensemble) is excited to be back on Broadway with Back to the Future. Broadway/Nat. Tour: Mean Girls. Regional: The Outsiders (La Jolla Playhouse) The Music Man (Kennedy Center), Newsies (The Muny) TV/Film: "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "Saturday Night Live," "Blue Light," Better Nate Than Ever. Special thanks to Chris Bailey, Beth Crandall and all my family and friends for their constant love and support. Grandma and Leo, this is for you.

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