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Greg MacKellan

 

Stage Credits

  [Regional (US)]
West Coast Revival, 1986
Performer

Writing

Conceiver






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BWW Interview: Emily Skinner of COME TO THE MOON at 42nd Street Moon Tells Tales of W Photo BWW Interview: Emily Skinner of COME TO THE MOON at 42nd Street Moon Tells Tales of Working with Hal Prince, Cher and More
by Jim Munson - Jan 30, 2020

The inimitable Emily Skinner will be headlining 42nd Street Moon's gala fundraiser a?oeCome to the Moona?? on Tuesday, February 4th at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. After bursting onto the scene with her Tony-nominated performance in a?oeSide Show,a?? Ms. Skinner has gone on to star in several more Broadway shows, most recently a?oeThe Cher Showa?? in 2018-19, and performed at top regional theater companies and done innumerable concerts throughout the country. Ms. Skinner's trademarks are a spectacular voice that can move seamlessly from a luscious lower register to a thrilling high belt, an irreverent sense of humor and a deep passion for the classic American musical. She is the type of performer who can dazzle you with her vocal prowess one moment, then make you laugh out loud with a perfectly-timed bon mot, then break your heart with a tender ballad. BroadwayWorld spoke recently by phone with Ms. Skinner from her home base in Manhattan. In conversation, Ms. Skinner is delightfully chatty, smart and warm, sort of a mashup of a gimlet-eyed leading lady from a bygone era, a brainiac specializing in Broadway arcania, and your best friend from high school.

BWW Interview: Jason Graae of SCROOGE IN LOVE! at 42nd Street Moon Delivers the Dish  Photo BWW Interview: Jason Graae of SCROOGE IN LOVE! at 42nd Street Moon Delivers the Dish on His Thriving Career
by Jim Munson - Nov 22, 2019

Jason Graae is soon to star once again as the title character in a?oeScrooge in Love!a?? at 42nd Street Moon, where has found a sort of Bay Area artistic home in recent years. This eternally youthful performer is now a veritable showbiz veteran, having starred on Broadway several times, toured the country with legendary composer Jerry Herman, recorded almost 50 CD's and most recently played The Wizard of Oz in the national tour of a?oeWicked.a?? Known for his spirited comic performances and sterling vocals, you might expect Mr. Graae to be a lot of fun to talk to, and you would be right about that. While quick to express heartfelt gratitude to colleagues, he is also the irrepressible imp who can't resist entertaining you with his mischievous sense of humor.

Performance Added For Michael Patrick Gaffney's THE OLDEST LIVING CATER WAITER Photo Performance Added For Michael Patrick Gaffney's THE OLDEST LIVING CATER WAITER
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 1, 2019

San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon (Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas, Co-Executive Directors) is pleased to announce that the final production of the 2018-2019 season, Michael Patrick Gaffney's original one-man show THE OLDEST LIVING CATER WAITER, will be adding a special performance on Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. Written and Performed by Gaffney and directed by Ken Sonkin, 

42nd Street Moon Presents THE OLDEST LIVING CATER WAITER Photo 42nd Street Moon Presents THE OLDEST LIVING CATER WAITER
by Julie Musbach - May 31, 2019

San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon (Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas, Co-Executive Directors) is pleased to announce the final production of the 2018-2019 season, Michael Patrick Gaffney's original one-man show THE OLDEST LIVING CATER WAITER. 

BWW Review: E Spot Lounge Welcomes MICHAEL LAVINE & FRIENDS
by Don Grigware - Apr 20, 2017

At the E Spot Lounge, upstairs at Vitello's, Studio City on Tuesday April 18, Amy Brothman and Dianne Fraser produced a delightfully eclectic evening of song and storytelling under the supervision of musical director Michael Lavine, titled simply Michael Lavine & Friends. What a treat! Lavine, who lives most of the year in New York, is a director, performer, coach and musical genius par excellence. He has produced a CD also entitled Michale Lavine & Friends, which, like the show, offers rarely heard songs from less familiar Broadway shows. Some of these are musical gems, and for one reason or another, never hit the charts.

42nd Street Moon Announces Their NEW MOON
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 13, 2016

San Francisco's leading musical theatre company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas as the 42nd Street Moon's new Executive Directors. Daren and Daniel will assume the leadership of all artistic and administrative operations of 42nd Street Moon as the company continues to enrich and embolden its mission as it continues to strengthen its position as a leader in the Bay Area performing arts community.

Photo Flash: Meet the Stars of THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE at 42nd Street Moon
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2016

42nd Street Moon continues its 23rd season with a company favorite, THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE, a musical adaptation of Shakespeare's THE COMEDY OF ERRORS with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, and book by George Abbott. Scroll down for a sneak peek at the cast in costume!

Photo Flash: Meet the Stars of THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE at 42nd Street Moon
by BWW News Desk - Feb 19, 2016

42nd Street Moon continues its 23rd season with a company favorite, THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE, a musical adaptation of Shakespeare's THE COMEDY OF ERRORS with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, and book by George Abbott. Scroll down for a sneak peek at the cast in costume!

Klea Blackhurst to Headline 42nd Street Moon Fundraising Gala in February
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 23, 2015

42nd Street Moon announces FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE, a fundraising gala that will honor Co-Founder and Artistic Director Greg MacKellan, who will complete his 23rd and final season with the company this June. Singer, actress, and veteran Moon performer Klea Blackhurst will serenade patrons in an exclusive concert during the evening. The event also includes cocktails, a live auction, dinner, and a "MoonLight Lounge" with Musical Director Dave Dobrusky and other 42nd Street Moon performers.  Cocktail attire is encouraged. For tickets ($375 - $7500) and more information, the public may call (415) 255-8207 or visit 42ndstmoon.org.

BWW Review: Audiences SAIL AWAY with a Fabulous Cast at 42nd Street Moon
by Harmony Wheeler - Nov 3, 2015

Noel Coward's musical "Sail Away" has plenty of charm, but little substance. Its song and dance enchant, but in the end depend on a strong cast to sell a frail plot. 1962 London had Elaine Stitch. 2015 San Francisco has Allison F. Rich. Lively, sharp and ready with a sarcastic whip for any occasion, Rich commands the stage as cruise director Mimi Paragon in the 42nd Street Moon production.


Greg MacKellan Frequently Asked Questions

How many shows has Greg MacKellan written?
Greg MacKellan has written 1 shows including Once in a Blue Moon (Conceiver).