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Prometheus Bound

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  • FEB 25 - APR 2, 2011

  • OBERON

  • Run Time: 80 minutes with no intermission

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An outcry against tyranny, Prometheus Bound illustrates the struggle against the brute force of a ruthless dictator. Written by Tony and Grammy Award-winning playwright and lyricist Steven Sater (Spring Awakening) with music composed by Grammy Award-winning System of a Down lead singer Serj Tankian, this new musical is inspired by Aeschylus’s Ancient Greek tragedy about the heroic struggle of Western civilization’s first prisoner of conscience. A.R.T. Artistic Director Diane Paulus stages this world premiere production in OBERON, immersing the audience in an environment that has the Dionysian energy and rebelliousness of a rock concert.

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In partnership with Amnesty International, the A.R.T. is dedicating Prometheus Bound to eight Amnesty actions to free prisoners of conscience. Learn more>>

Discussions

A discussion was held on March 2, co-presented with the Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard. Watch the video here >>

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Credits

Staff

Set Design

Riccardo Hernandez

Set Design

Riccardo Hernandez

A.R.T.: Over twenty productions, including most recently, Jagged Little PillThe White Card, Arrabal, Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Prometheus Bound, Best of Both Worlds, The Seagull, Julius Caesar, Britannicus, and Marat/Sade. Broadway: Indecent, The Gin Game; The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess; The People in the Picture; Caroline, or Change, National Theatre London; Elaine Stritch: At Liberty, Old Vic; Topdog/Underdog, Royal Court; Bells Are Ringing; Parade (directed by Hal Prince, Tony, Drama Desk nominations); Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk, The Tempest. Recent productions include: The Skin of Our Teeth, TFANA; The Invisible Hand (Henry Hewes Design Award); Red Speedo (Drama Desk Nomination); Grounded (directed by Julie Taymor). International: Théâtre du Châtelet, Avignon (Cour d’honneur Palais des Papes); Oslo, National Theatre; Abbey Theatre. Recipient, Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Design. Hernandez is on the faculty at Yale School of Drama.

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Costume Design

Emily Rebholz

Costume Design

Emily Rebholz

A.R.T.: Jagged Little PillPrometheus Bound. Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen, Indecent, If/Then, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Lucille Lortel, Henry Hewes Design Award nominations), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Off-Broadway: Freaky Friday, Signature; All the Ways to Say I Love You, MCC; The Robber Bridegroom, Roundabout Theater; Pretty Filthy, The Civilians; The Tempest, Delacorte Theater; The Way We Get By, 2econd Stage; Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play (Henry Hewes Design Award nomination). Regional: Yale Rep, Williamstown Theatre Festival; Goodman Theatre; Shakespeare Theatre Company; Wilma Theater; Old Globe. Opera: Santa Fe Opera; Opera St. Louis; Opera Philadelphia. Education/Training: MFA, Yale School of Drama. 

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Lighting Design

Kevin Adams

Lighting Design

Kevin Adams

A.R.T.: WARHOLCAPOTEPrometheus Bound. Broadway: The Terms of My Surrender, Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Tony Award), American Idiot (Tony Award), Next To Normal (Tony Award nomination), Hair (Tony Award nomination), Spring Awakening (Tony Award), The 39 Steps (Tony Award), Hands on a Hardbody, Everyday Rapture, Passing Strange, A Class Act, Take Me Out.  Off-Broadway: Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Carrie, The Scottsboro Boys, new works by Edward Albee, Tony Kushner, Eric Bogosian, Anna Deavere Smith, Neil Simon, Richard Greenberg, Christopher Durang, Terrence McNally, Paula Vogel. Awards: Obie Award for Sustained Excellence.

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Sound Design

Clive Goodwin

Sound Design

Clive Goodwin

A.R.T.: Pippin, The Lily’s RevengeAs You Like It, Once, Prometheus Bound, The Blue Flower (IRNE and Elliot Norton Award), Cabaret, Alice vs. Wonderland, Paradise Lost. Sound Design credits: Broadway: Once (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award nomination). New York: Soul Doctor, Once (Lucille Lortel Award nomination), New York Theatre Workshop. London: BBC: “Dancing With The Stars,” “Later with Jools Holland,” “The Sound of Musicals,” “Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.” ITV: “Parkinson.” Music: Radiohead, Jamiroquai, Paolo Nutini, Orbital, Sparks, The Waterboys, Glastonbury Festival, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Royal College of Music. Woodhouse Players: The Dresser, Wyrd Sisters, Dracula—The Vampire Strikes Back. He has worked on numerous shows including work at: Brooklyn Academy of Music, Hollywood Bowl, Madison Square Garden, Royal Festival Hall, Avignon Festival.

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Orchestrations

Serj Tankian

Orchestrations

Serj Tankian

A singer, poet, songwriter, activist, and composer, Serj Tankian is an Armenian immigrant born in Lebanon and re-rooted in Los Angeles. He is the lead singer and songwriter of the Grammy Award winning rock band System of a Down.  Tankian has released two critically acclaimed solo albums Imperfect Harmonies and Elect the Dead, both produced by Tankian himself at his home studio in Los Angeles. He also formed a record label, Serjical Strike Records (established in 2001) that has released albums by eight artists, including Fair To Midland, Buckethead and Death By Stereo. With a mission of spreading diversity and understanding through music, poetry and activism, Tankian, together with fellow musician Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave), co-founded the non-profit organization Axis Of Justice in 2002.  Axis strives to bring together musicians, fans of music and grassroots political organizations to fight for social justice. He has also acted as co-host of the Axis Of Justice Radio Network, which can be heard via Sirius Satellite Radio and KPFK in Los Angeles.

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Vocal Design

AnnMarie Milazzo

Vocal Design

AnnMarie Milazzo

A.R.T.: Prometheus Bound. Vocal Designer: If/Then, Spring Awakening, Next To Normal, Bright Lights Big City, Dangerous Beauty, Some Lovers, The Marc Pease Experience, Carrie, A Little More Alive. Lyricist: Le Reve, Cirque du Soleil; Carmen, The La Jolla Playhouse. Current Project: Writing music and lyrics for Dedication the musical produced by the ARACA group. Grammy nominated AnnMarie is the female vocalist for Aria Electronica and The East Village Opera Company on Decca/Universal Records.

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Music Supervisor

Debra Barsha

Lance Horne

Music Supervisor

Debra Barsha

A.R.T.: Cabaret, Prometheus Bound (dir. Diane Paulus). Currently: Associate Conductor of Jersey Boys on Broadway. Composer Credits: Radiant Baby (dir. George C. Wolfe), Public Theater; Sophie, JRT; A Womb With a View (one-woman show, dir. Frank Ventura), CAP21. Musical Director/Supervisor credits: Sam Bendrix at the Bon Soir (dir. Mark Rucker), US (Peter Gabriel musical), Swingtime Canteen (dir. Ken Elliott), Tony ’N’ Tina’s Wedding (original cast), One Man Band (dir. Jack Hoffsiss). Keyboards/vocals for: Thomas Dolby, Bootsy Collins, Bernie Worrell. Awards: Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation, ASCAP. Songs recorded by: George Clinton, Jackie Mason, Michael Winther, Rebecca Luker, Marty Balin, Patti Austin.

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Music Supervisor

Lance Horne

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Cabaret, Prometheus Bound. Emmy Award-winning music director, composer, singer-songwriter, pianist, orchestrator, and producer. Creates and collaborates with: Alan Cumming, Margaret Cho, the von Trapps, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer/The Dresden Dolls, Meow Meow, Justin Vivian Bond, Rufus Wainwright, Pink Martini, Kylie Minogue, Liza Minnelli, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Peaches, Ricki Lake, the Gatlin Brothers, Michael Feinstein, Carol Channing, Ben Folds, System of a Down, Pina Bausch Tanzfestival, Boston Pops, Atlanta Symphony, London/SF/LA/NY Gay Men’s Choruses, Sydney Dance Company, Sesame Street. Original music: Moisés Kaufmann’s Bent, Mark Taper Forum; Jake Shears, debut solo album ft. Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Vegas! The Show, Planet Hollywood. Performance with Kristin Chenoweth at London US Embassy for President Obama, the First Lady, and Queen Elizabeth. World Tour and PBS Special: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs. Broadway: Little Women (vocal arrangements). Multiple West End appearances. Lincoln Center Songbook Series. TV: “Ricki Lake Show,” FOX; Macy’s Parades, NBC; “One Life to Live,” ABC. Upcoming: Johnny Mercer Residence for “Revelations,” based on Anne Rice, Goodspeed; Reefer Madness revival. Ongoing: Mondays in the Club with Lance, Club Cumming. Steinway Artist, Jonathan Larson Award recipient. Education/Training: BFA, MFA, Music Composition, The Juilliard School; Interlochen graduate.

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Band Leader

Vincent Pedulla

Band Leader

Vincent Pedulla

A graduate of Berklee College of Music’s Film Scoring program, Vincent Pedulla is a musician, composer and orchestrator whose recent credits include music for clients: Syfy, Bravo, Lion’s Gate, Samsung, Absolut, U.S. Cellular and Mass Mutual. Pedulla provided additional orchestrations for Serj Tankian’s Imperfect Harmonies album, and was assistant mix engineer for Tankian’s Elect The Dead Symphony. As studio manager at Junkie XL’s Computer Hell, he worked on countless high level remix, film and video game composition projects for Electronic Arts, Summit Entertainment and others. He has also composed and coordinated original music for over 40 DVD releases, including series starring Bob Harper, Billy Blanks, Jane Fonda, George St. Pierre and Brooklyn Decker.

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Casting

Melcap Casting

Stage Manager

Katherine Shea

Stage Manager

Katherine Shea

A.R.T.: Stage Manager: Prometheus Bound; The Blue Flower; Cabaret; Johnny Baseball; Paradise Lost; Best of Both Worlds; Romance; Endgame; The Communist Dracula Pageant; When It’s Hot, It’s Cole; Donnie Darko. Assistant Stage Manager: The Seagull; Oliver Twist; The Onion Cellar. Production Associate: Island of Slaves; Desire Under the Elms. A.R.T. Institute: Stage Manager: The Front Page; Arabian Night; Zoya; Mayhem; A Bright Room Called Day; The Island of Anyplace; The Bacchae; Spring Awakening; Donnie Darko. Gloucester Stage Company: Production Stage Manager: The Woman in Black. Lyric Stage Company: Production Stage Manager: Kiss Me, Kate; Three Tall Women; Adrift in Macao. Actors’ Shakespeare Project: Stage Manager: King John.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Associate Director

Allegra Libonati

Associate Director

Allegra Libonati

A.R.T.: The Pirate Princess, The Light Princess, Hansel and Gretel (Director); The Snow Queen (Director/Adapter); The Donkey Show (Resident Director); The Tempest, Prometheus Bound (Associate Director), Death and the Powers: The Robots’ Opera, Best of Both Worlds (Assistant Director). OBERON: Once In Hell: Dante’s Inferno in 10 Dinner Courses; Matchmaker, Matchmaker, I’m Willing to Settle: A Musical Guide to Internet Dating. Broadway: HAIR (Assistant Director, Tony Award-winning Revival). Summer Theater of New Canaan: South Pacific, My Fair Lady, Carousel, Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, H4 (an original adaptation of Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2).

 

 

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Dramaturgy

Ryan McKittrick

Received his M.F.A. in Dramaturgy from the A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theater Training and his B.A. in History and Literature from Harvard. His articles on theater have appeared in The Boston Globe, Correspondence, A.R.T. News, ARTicles, Theatre, and The Boston Phoenix. Mr. McKittrick is a recipient of the TCG New Generations Award and the NTC Scholarship Award. He is also a Lecturer in Theater Arts at Brandeis University. His co-translations with Julia Smeliansky include Anton Chekhov’s Lady with a Lapdog, Rezo Gabriadze’s Forbidden Christmas, and The Selected Letters of Olga Bokshanskaya.

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Dramaturgy

Sara Bookin-Weiner

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Dramaturgy

Tyler Monroe

Adapter

A.R.T.: Prometheus Bound (assistant-dramaturg). A.R.T. Institute: Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (dramaturg). In Chicago: dramaturg on Curse of the Starving Class, Polaroid Stories, Heloise and Abelard, The Helpless Doorknob. Adaptor on The New Tenant and Gone Flyin’ (performed at City Lit Theatre’s Art of Adaptation Festival). Upcoming: adapter of Tales of Poe at New Rep Theatre.

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Cast

Prometheus

Gavin Creel

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Prometheus

Gavin Creel

Broadway: Hair (Tony nomination); La Cage Aux Folles; Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony nomination). London: Hair, Mary Poppins. Regional: Bounce, The Goodman Theatre/Kennedy Center. Television: "Eloise at the Plaza," "Eloise at Christmastime." Original recordings: Goodtimenation, Quiet (both on iTunes). Passion: Marriage Equality.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Force

Lea DeLaria

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Force

Lea DeLaria

Broadway: On the Town (Obie, Theatre World and Drama Desk nominee), The Rocky Horror Show. Off-Broadway/Regional: On the Town, Midsummer Nights Dream, McCarter Theater; As You Like It, Williamstown Theater Festival; Happy Days (Drama League Honoree), Little Fish, Cinderella, NY City Opera; The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Encores! and Reprise!, Li’l Abner, Boys from Syracuse (Ovation nominee). National tour: Chicago. Film: Edge of Seventeen, The First Wives Club, Sgt. Bilko, Rescuing Desire, Mercury in Retrograde, Fat Rose & Squeaky, Ass Backwards. Television: "One Life To Live," "The Oblongs," "Law & Order: SVU," "Friends," "Further Tales of the City," "Matlock," "Saved By The Bell: The New Class." Featured Vocalist for the 50th anniversary of the Newport Jazz Festival; four CDs on the Warner Jazz label; Lea’s Book of Rules is in its third printing with Dell Publishing.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Oceanos

Michael Cunio

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Oceanos

Michael Cunio

New York: Hairspray (Corny Collins), The Rockae (Dionysus). Chicago: Jersey Boys (Tommy DeVito). Film: The Fluffer, Cradle 2 the Grave, Motocrossed. Television: "The West Wing," "The Oprah Winfrey Show." Cunio is the co-founder and lead singer of the alternative rock band Reckless Place. Their debut album innocence is no excuse... is currently available on iTunes and their sophomore effort Six Shooter will be available this spring.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Hephaistos/Hermes

Gabriel Ebert

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Hephaistos/Hermes

Gabriel Ebert

Broadway: Noel Coward’s Brief Encounter (Stanley); John Logan’s Red (Ken understudy). Off-Broadway: Alena Smith’s The Sacrifices (Justin). Training: The Juilliard School (Group 38.)

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Daughter of Aether

Jo Lampert

A.R.T.: Prometheus Bound. New York: Murder Ballad (workshop), Manhattan Theatre Club; Fun Home (workshop), The Public Theater, The Last Goodbye (Mercutio), Joe’s Pub, The Wild Project; Dance, Dance Revolution (dir. Alex Timbers), Ohio Theatre; The Daughters (Aphrodite), Joe’s Pub; Hamlet (Composer, Player), Galapagos Art Space. Regional: The Last Goodbye, Williamstown Theater Festival; Raindogs (dir. Andrew MacBean), Bay Street Theater; The Daughters (dir. Mark Brokaw), Yale Institute for Music Theatre. TV/ Film: Terry Richardson’s Last Hours (dir. Charlotte Robert); Declare Independence (Bjork music video /dir. Michel Gondry). BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts (Playwrights Horizons Theater School/ Experimental Theater Workshop).

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Daughter of Aether

Celina Carvajal

Broadway: Tarzan, Dracula, 42nd Street, Cats. Off-Broadway: Starring roles in The Toxic Avenger, Radiant Baby, Bedbugs!!!, NYMF. Film: Sex And The City, The Big Gay Musical, The Graduates. Television: "All My Children," "Legally Blonde, The Search for Elle Woods" (MTV). Carvajal started her career singing for Pope John Paul II at Candlestick Stadium for more than 50,000 people at the tender age of 7. Check out her rock band TheDeafening.com, her website CelinaCarvajal.com and her podcast on iTunes called The Broken Leg.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Ashley Flanagan

Daughter of Aether

Ashley Flanagan

A.R.T.: Moby-Dick; Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812; Prometheus Bound. Broadway: Freestyle Love Supreme; Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (u/s Sonya, Princess Mary). Off-Broadway: Freestyle Love Supreme, Ars Nova; In The Green, LCT3; The Lucky Ones, Ars Nova; Hadestown, NYTW; Orpheus and Eurydice Are…In Love, Ars Nova; In Love With Jobim, York Theatre. Regional: Evita, West Side Story, The Sound of Music. Select workshops: The Connector, Cowboy Bob, NYSF; The Seeker, Public Theater; No Good Things Dwell In The Flesh, WP Theater. Concerts: Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Joe’s Pub, 54 Below. Film: The Kitchen. Ashley is a member of the indie folk hop trio @moondrunkband.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Io

Uzo Aduba

Broadway: Coram Boy. New York: The Seven, New York Theater Workshop; Love According to Luc, Greenwich St. Theatre; Romeo & Juliet,
Pulse Ensemble; Passin’, Afrikan Women’s Rep. Regional theater: Venice, Center Theater Group, Kansas City Rep; Dessa Rose, New Repertory Theatre; Eclipsed, Woolly Mammoth Theatre; A Civil War Christmas, The Huntington Theatre; Godspell, Paper Mill Playhouse and MUNY; The Spirit in Translations of Xhosa, Olney Theatre; Sheila’s Day, Crossroads Theatre Company; The Seven, La Jolla Playhouse; Crowns, Denver Center; Abyssinia, Goodspeed. Film: Notes, Over There, WWJD. She has been a featured vocalist at The White House and at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Groupies

Emmanuel Avellanet, Kevin Lin, Bart Mather

Band

Conductor

Debra Barsha

Conductor

Debra Barsha

A.R.T.: Cabaret, Prometheus Bound (dir. Diane Paulus). Currently: Associate Conductor of Jersey Boys on Broadway. Composer Credits: Radiant Baby (dir. George C. Wolfe), Public Theater; Sophie, JRT; A Womb With a View (one-woman show, dir. Frank Ventura), CAP21. Musical Director/Supervisor credits: Sam Bendrix at the Bon Soir (dir. Mark Rucker), US (Peter Gabriel musical), Swingtime Canteen (dir. Ken Elliott), Tony ’N’ Tina’s Wedding (original cast), One Man Band (dir. Jack Hoffsiss). Keyboards/vocals for: Thomas Dolby, Bootsy Collins, Bernie Worrell. Awards: Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation, ASCAP. Songs recorded by: George Clinton, Jackie Mason, Michael Winther, Rebecca Luker, Marty Balin, Patti Austin.

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Associate Conductor

Lance Horne

Associate Conductor

Lance Horne

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Cabaret, Prometheus Bound. Emmy Award-winning music director, composer, singer-songwriter, pianist, orchestrator, and producer. Creates and collaborates with: Alan Cumming, Margaret Cho, the von Trapps, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer/The Dresden Dolls, Meow Meow, Justin Vivian Bond, Rufus Wainwright, Pink Martini, Kylie Minogue, Liza Minnelli, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Peaches, Ricki Lake, the Gatlin Brothers, Michael Feinstein, Carol Channing, Ben Folds, System of a Down, Pina Bausch Tanzfestival, Boston Pops, Atlanta Symphony, London/SF/LA/NY Gay Men’s Choruses, Sydney Dance Company, Sesame Street. Original music: Moisés Kaufmann’s Bent, Mark Taper Forum; Jake Shears, debut solo album ft. Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Vegas! The Show, Planet Hollywood. Performance with Kristin Chenoweth at London US Embassy for President Obama, the First Lady, and Queen Elizabeth. World Tour and PBS Special: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs. Broadway: Little Women (vocal arrangements). Multiple West End appearances. Lincoln Center Songbook Series. TV: “Ricki Lake Show,” FOX; Macy’s Parades, NBC; “One Life to Live,” ABC. Upcoming: Johnny Mercer Residence for “Revelations,” based on Anne Rice, Goodspeed; Reefer Madness revival. Ongoing: Mondays in the Club with Lance, Club Cumming. Steinway Artist, Jonathan Larson Award recipient. Education/Training: BFA, MFA, Music Composition, The Juilliard School; Interlochen graduate.

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Guitars/Sitar

Charlie Christos

Trumpet/Flugelhorn/Piccolo Trumpet/ Clarinet/Bass Clarinet/Melodica

Tom Duprey

Trumpet/Flugelhorn/Piccolo Trumpet/ Clarinet/Bass Clarinet/Melodica

Tom Duprey

Tom Duprey has been actively playing trumpet in the Boston area since 1986 when he moved here to receive his Master’s degree in Jazz Studies/Composition at the New England Conservatory of Music. Since then he has performed in many regional, college and downtown musical theater productions. He has also performed for many star acts such as Dionne Warwick, Johnny Mathis, Robert Goulet, Tommy Tune and various other artists. He has played trumpet for the past eight years with the Boston Gay Man’s Chorus. These performances include world premieres at Symphony Hall and the Cutler Majestic Theatre, as well as performances at Jordan Hall and the Boston Pavillion. He can also be heard on two of the group’s CDs. Duprey’s latest musical project is playing cornet with TickleJuice, featuring the music of James Merenda. The group is an exploration of improvisation utilizing Merenda’s compositions as the material of inspiration. This is Duprey’s second A.R.T./OBERON production, having just finished playing trumpet and accordion for Cabaret this past fall. He’s totally pumped to play Prometheus Bound with its excitement, strong and timeless message and the challenge of playing no less than six instruments! It has been an absolute pleasure to work with such wonderfully talented individuals to put this show together from the ground up.

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Violin/Trombone/Viper/Mandolin

David Finch

Violin/Trombone/Viper/Mandolin

David Finch

A.R.T.: Prometheus BoundCabaret. An actor/musician specializing on strings and horns, Finch has played beside artists as diverse as Alan Cumming, Amanda Palmer, Tony Bennett, Justin Bond, and Dee Snider. He was a cast member of the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of Cabaret at the infamous Studio 54 (directed by Sam Mendes) and toured with the show in the United States, Canada, and Japan. In 2011 he made his West End debut with Woody Sez. Other productions of Woody include the Edinburgh Fringe, Glasgow Celtic Connection Festival and the U.S. premiere at the Lyric Theatre in Oklahoma City. Off-Broadway credits include Fame on 42nd Street and the New York premiere of Tennessee Williams’ 60-year-old play, Spring Storm. He also spent several years touring Europe, the US and Canada with Fame the Musicaland regionally has performed in Hank Williams’ Lost HighwayGrapes of Wrath,1940s Radio HourFiddler on the RoofBuddy: The Buddy Holly Story andCotton Patch Gospel. Finch is proud to have been an Associate Producer at Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS in NYC from 2004–2006. Check out his newly released CD — the fiddle made me do it. He makes his home in Brooklyn, NY.

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Drums/​Percussion/​Synth

Jeff Muzerolle

Drums/​Percussion/​Synth

Jeff Muzerolle

Jeff Muzerolle began his journey behind the drums at the tender age of 5 years old and played his first professional gig at the age of 10. After spending his teens gigging around the Northeast he won a scholarship to Berklee College of Music. Muzerolle studied there under the tutelage of drummers such as Kenwood Dennard, Jon Hazilla, Jon Ramsey, Skip Hadden and Larry Finn. Since graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1999 with a major in performance, he has been a very active musician in the Boston scene as well as performing for national and international tours. His performances span multiple genres with many artists including Eddie Kirkland, David Minehan, Anthony Vitti, Makoto Takenaka, Tomo Fujita, Rick Berlin, Tom Appleman, Joe Musella, James Merenda, Dennis Brennan and many others. In May of 2009, he wrote and published an internet course entitled The Gigging Drummer that helps drummers world-wide learn how to establish and maintain their careers in the music industry. In addition to his performance career, Muzerolle gives private and group instruction at his studio in Winchester, Mass. He also runs his own publishing company Grooving Media and works as an engineer/producer in several recording studios throughout the greater Boston area.

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Bass Guitars

Robb Simring

Bass Guitars

Robb Simring

Born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., Robb Simring began his musical studies at age 5 on piano. Fifteen years later, he picked up a bass, and hasn’t looked back since. His diverse experience includes original bands (including Atlantic Records recording artists Angry Salad), session work for jingles/soundtracks/original artist releases, local and regional musical theater pit orchestras and national/international tours. He has performed at Symphony Hall, the Boston Garden and Fenway Park, on national TV with the Boston Pops and on international TV (Univision’s "Don Francisco Presenta"). He has also performed off-Broadway with Blue Man Group, and is currently the full-time bassist in their Boston production.

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Additional Credits

Assistant Director

Mia Walker

Assistant Director

Mia Walker

A.R.T.: Finding NeverlandWitness Uganda, Pippin, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Prometheus Bound, Johnny Baseball. Broadway: Finding NeverlandPippin, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. National Tour: PippinThe Gershwins' Porgy and Bess. Graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University, B.A. in Visual and Environmental Studies (Film Production). Mia has been assisting for Diane Paulus since graduating in 2010. Mia was also a Resident Director at The Flea Theater in NYC, where she directed new works by Trista Baldwin and Israel Horovitz. Other credits include: Ensemble Studio Theater, The Berkshire Theatre Festival, American Conservatory Theater, NYU Tisch, and Vassar Powerhouse.

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Assistant Casting

Lauren Port

Assistant Choreographer

Gino Grenek

Assistant to Steven Sater

Whitney Mosery

Sound Consultant

Will Reid

Production Associate

Taylor Adamik

Stage Management Interns

Sarah Gasser, Kevin Schlagle

Understudies

Prometheus

Michael Cunio

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Prometheus

Michael Cunio

New York: Hairspray (Corny Collins), The Rockae (Dionysus). Chicago: Jersey Boys (Tommy DeVito). Film: The Fluffer, Cradle 2 the Grave, Motocrossed. Television: "The West Wing," "The Oprah Winfrey Show." Cunio is the co-founder and lead singer of the alternative rock band Reckless Place. Their debut album innocence is no excuse... is currently available on iTunes and their sophomore effort Six Shooter will be available this spring.

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Celina Carvajal

Broadway: Tarzan, Dracula, 42nd Street, Cats. Off-Broadway: Starring roles in The Toxic Avenger, Radiant Baby, Bedbugs!!!, NYMF. Film: Sex And The City, The Big Gay Musical, The Graduates. Television: "All My Children," "Legally Blonde, The Search for Elle Woods" (MTV). Carvajal started her career singing for Pope John Paul II at Candlestick Stadium for more than 50,000 people at the tender age of 7. Check out her rock band TheDeafening.com, her website CelinaCarvajal.com and her podcast on iTunes called The Broken Leg.

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Daughters of Aether/Force

Jordy Lievers

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Daughters of Aether/Force

Jordy Lievers

A.R.T.: Alice vs. Wonderland (Queen of Hearts), Cabaret (Helga). Credits: The Days of ’98 Show (Belle), Skagway, Alaska; You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Lucy); Urinetown (Hope); The Rocky Horror Show (Janet); and The 113th Annual Varsity Show. Art History and English Literature B.A.s, Columbia University. Currently a second year student at the A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.

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Oceanos/Hephaistos/Hermes

Steven Good

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Oceanos/Hephaistos/Hermes

Steven Good

Regional theater: Mozart’s Le Nozze Di Figaro (Il Conte), Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Consul (The Secret Police Agent), UCSC Opera; Sleeping Beauty (Prince Charming), Shakespeare Santa Cruz. B.A. in Music Composition and Operatic Voice from UC Santa Cruz. Graduate of the A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theater Training.

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