Something Rotten! - Broadway Creative Team


Something Rotten! Broadway

Production Staff

Karey Kirkpatrick Music and Lyrics
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Wayne Kirkpatrick Music and Lyrics
Winkler/DeSimone Producer
Karey Kirkpatrick Book, Music, and Lyrics
Harris/Karmazin Producer
Mastro/Goodman Producer
The 5th Avenue Theatre Producer
(Developed in association with)
David Armstrong Producer
(Executive Producer and Artistic Director, The 5th Avenue Theatre)
Gregg Barnes Costume Designer
Broadway: Tuck Everlasting (Tony nom.); Something Rotten! (Tony nom.); Aladdin; Kinky Boots (Tony nom., Olivier Award); Follies (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award); Elf; Legally Blonde (Tony nom.); The Drowsy Chaperone (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Award, Olivier nom.); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Flower Drum Song (Tony nom.); Side Show. Other: Dreamgirls (Olivier nomination), Sinatra (Radio City), Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Pageant (Olivier Nomination), The Kathy and Mo Show. TDF Young Master Award. ... read more
Morris Berchard Producer
Bill Berry Producer
(Producing Director, The 5th Avenue Theatre)
Jeff Croiter Lighting Design
Broadway: Peter and The Starcatcher; Newsies; The Pee-wee Herman Show; Next Fall; Kiki and Herb Alive on Broadway. Other NYC credits include: Silence The Musical; Love, Loss, and What I Wore; Meet Vera Stark; Side Effects; A Lie of the Mind; Ordinary Days; Knickerbocker; Family Guys Sings; Jerry Springer The Opera; The Voysey Inheritance; The Internationalist; Almost, Maine; Streamers; Rufus Wainwright's Judy Concert at Carnegie Hall; and Jennifer Muller The Works. Jeff is a producer of Submissions Only. ... read more
Wendy Federman Producer
Ronald Frankel Producer
Received Tony Awards for August: Osage County and Glengarry Glen Ross. Other Broadway shows include: Blithe Spirit, Race, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, China Doll, The Last Ship, Matilda and Something Rotten. Upcoming production: Come From Away. ... read more
Jerry Frankel Producer
Barbara Freitag Producer
Robert Greenblatt is currently President of Entertainment for Showtime Networks Inc. where he is responsible for programming development, acquisitions, and scheduling of all Showtime channels. Current original series hits include "Weeds," "Dexter," "The Tudors," "Californication," "The L Word," "Brotherhood," "Secret Diary of a Call Girl," "This American Life," "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" and Tracey Ullman's "State of the Union." New series for the coming season include Diablo Cody's "United States of Tara," starring Toni Collette and produced by Steven Spielberg. A project starring Edie Falco has just completed production, and a pilot created by Tim Robbins goes ... read more
Bernadine Griffin Producer
(Managing Director, The 5th Avenue Theatre)
Larry Hochman Orchestrations
Hochman has worked on 18 Broadway shows including The Prom, Hello, Dolly! (Outer Critics Circle), Book of Mormon (Tony Award, Drama Desk), She Loves Me (Drama Desk), Something Rotten!, Addams Family, Pippin, Scottsboro Boys, Spamalot. 7 Tony nominations, 7 Drama Desk nominations, MSM Distinguished Alumni. Hochman's television work includes Nickelodeon's Wonder Pets! (Five Emmys as composer), 18 Films including Marvin Hamlisch's The Informant! Recordings, as well as concerts for Paul McCartney, Eric Idle, Audra McDonald, Barry Manilow, Boston Pops, and NY Philharmonic. ... read more
Peter Hylenski Sound Designer
Peter Hylenski received a Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critics Circle Award Honour for his work on Moulin Rouge! The Musical. A Grammy, Olivier, and seven-time Tony nominee, his selected design credits include Frozen, Anastasia, Beetlejuice, Once on This Island, Something Rotten, King Kong, Rock of Ages, After Midnight, Motown, The Scottsboro Boys, Side Show, Rocky, Bullets Over Broadway, Shrek the Musical, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Lend Me a Tenor, Elf, Wonderland, Cry-Baby, The Times They Are a-Changin’, The Wedding Singer, Sweet Charity, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me. ... read more
Glen Kelly Music Arranger
Music supervisor and arranger for Broadway's The Producers. Other Broadway credits include The Book of Mormon, Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone, Beauty and the Beast, The Frogs, High Society, Steel Pier, Dance a Little Closer and A Christmas Carol. For New York City Ballet, he arranged the music and co-wrote the libretto (with Susan Stroman) for Double Feature. Other ballet credits include Thou Swell (for NYCB) and But Not for Me for the Martha Graham Company. ... read more
Wayne Kirkpatrick Music and Lyrics
Bethany Knox Casting
Rocco Landesman Producer
(President Emeritus, Jujamcyn Theaters)
Paul Libin Producer
(Executive Vice President, Jujamcyn Theaters)
Dan Markley Producer
Josh Marquette Wig and Hair Design
Broadway/Off-Broadway: The Book of Mormon, Elf, The Drowsy Chaperone, To Be Or Not To Be, Pig Farm, The Trailer Park Musical, Altar Boyz. West Coast: Robin & the 7 Hoods, Peep Show, Minsky's, Vanities. National Tours: Drowsy, Barbie Live!, Trip of Love. Associate Hair Designer: Mamma Mia! (North America), The Wedding Singer (Broadway), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Tour). Other NY: Show Boat @ Carnegie Hall, Encores! No, No, Nanette & Follies, numerous productions at Juilliard. ... read more
Kevin McCollum Producer
Kevin McCollum has received the Tony Award for Best Musical for "In the Heights" (2008), "Avenue Q" (2004), and "Rent" (1996), which also won the Pulitzer Prize. He is currently represented on Broadway with the Olivier Award-winning "The Play That Goes Wrong." He produced "Something Rotten!" (Broadway, National Tour), "Hand to God" ( Broadway, West End), "Motown: The Musical" (Broadway, West End, and National Tour), "The Drowsy Chaperone" in 2006, which won five Tony Awards, Baz Luhrmann's production of "Puccini's La Boheme" in 2002, [title of show] in 2008, the touring and Broadway productions of Irving Berlin's "White Christmas," the ... read more
Lucas McMahon Associate Producer
Casey Nicholaw Director and Choreographer
Casey Nicholaw is currently represented on Broadway as director/choreographer of Mean Girls (Tony nominations for Best Direction & Choreography), Disney’s Aladdin (Tony, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle nominations for Best Choreography) and co-director/choreographer of The Book of Mormon (Tony, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle awards for co-director and nominations in the same categories for Choreography; Olivier winner for Best Choreography). Represented on the West End as director/choreographer of Dreamgirls, The Book of Mormon and Aladdin. His other Broadway credits as director/choreographer: Tuck Everlasting, Something Rotten! (Tony nominee, Best Director), Elf, The Drowsy Chaperone (Tony, Drama Desk & Outer Critics ... read more
Scott Pask Scenic Designer
Selected Broadway credits include The Book of Mormon (Tony Award); The Band's Visit; Something Rotten!; Oh, Hello!; Saint Joan; The Little Foxes; Waitress; Pippin (Tony nomination); An Act of God; Blackbird; The Pillowman (Tony Award); The Visit; It's Only a Play; Finding Neverland; Casa Valentina; I'll Eat You Last; The Coast of Utopia (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards); Take Me Out; Hair; Pal Joey (Tony nomination); Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Tony nomination, Drama Desk Award); Nine; and Urinetown. Also Cirque Du Soleil's Amaluna; Peter Grimes, Met Opera. Insta @scottpaskstudio ... read more
Phil Reno Music Director and Vocal Arranger
Jordan Roth Producer
(President, Jujamcyn Theaters)
As President of Jujamcyn Theaters, Jordan oversees five Broadway theatres, whose productions include the Tony Award-winning Best Musicals The Book of Mormon and Kinky Boots, Springsteen on Broadway, Mean Girls, Frozen and most recently, Hadestown. Jordan produced, Angels in America with the National Theatre starring Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane and Present Laughter starring Kevin Kline and the Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning Best Play, Clybourne Park. Jordan founded Givenik.com where theatergoers can buy tickets and 5% goes to the charity of their choice, and he recently founded his own online magazine, Warmly Jordan. ... read more
JAM Theatricals Producer
Bespoke Theatricals General Manager
Maggie Brohn, Amy Jacobs, Devin Keudell, and Nina Lannan are partners and manage Broadway musicals and plays, tours, and concerts. This season on Broadway: Mamma Mia!, Billy Elliot, Bonnie and Clyde, Ghost, EVITA, Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, Shatner's World: We Just Live In It and the plays Magic/Bird, and Venus In Fur. On tour: Mamma Mia!. Past productions include CATS, Annie Get Your Gun, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Color Purple, Legally Blonde and The Pillowman. ... read more
Jack Viertel Producer
(Senior Vice President, Jujamcyn Theaters)

Awards and Nominations

2015 Drama Desk Awards
Outstanding Book of a Musical: John O'Farrell was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Book of a Musical: Karey Kirkpatrick was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Choreography: Casey Nicholaw was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Director of a Musical: Casey Nicholaw was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Lyrics: Wayne Kirkpatrick was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Lyrics: Karey Kirkpatrick was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Musical: Something Rotten! was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Orchestrations: Larry Hochman was nominated but did not win.

2015 Drama League Awards
Distinguished Performance Award: Christian Borle was nominated but did not win.
Distinguished Performance Award: Brian d'Arcy James was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Musical: Something Rotten! was nominated but did not win.

2015 Outer Critics Circle Awards
Outstanding Book of a Musical: Something Rotten! was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Choreography: Casey Nicholaw was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Costume Design: Gregg Barnes was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Director of a Musical: Casey Nicholaw was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Lighting Design: Jeff Croiter was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding New Broadway Musical: Something Rotten! was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Set Design: Scott Pask was nominated but did not win.

2015 Tony Awards
Best Book of a Musical: John O'Farrell was nominated but did not win.
Best Book of a Musical: Karey Kirkpatrick was nominated but did not win.
Best Choreography: Casey Nicholaw was nominated but did not win.
Best Costume Design of a Musical: Gregg Barnes was nominated but did not win.
Best Direction of a Musical: Casey Nicholaw was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: JAM Theatricals was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Harris/Karmazin was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Robert Greenblatt was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Jujamcyn Theaters was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Dan Markley was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Timothy Laczynski was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Winkler/DeSimone was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: LAMS Productions was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Barbara Freitag was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Wendy Federman was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Kyodo Tokyo Inc. was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Morris Berchard was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Ronald Frankel was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Jerry Frankel was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Mastro/Goodman was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: CMC was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Broadway Global Ventures was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Kevin McCollum was nominated but did not win.
Best Musical: Something Rotten! was nominated but did not win.
Best Orchestrations: Larry Hochman was nominated but did not win.
Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre: Karey Kirkpatrick was nominated but did not win.
Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre: Wayne Kirkpatrick was nominated but did not win.

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