JENNIFER CODY (Maria) is excited to be making her PTC debut. She has been on Broadway and off in the original companies of Shrek, Pajama Game, Taboo, Urinetown, Seussical, The Wild Party, Cleopatra, Judith of Bethulia, Henry and Mudge as well as the companies of Cats, Beauty and the Beast, A Christmas Story: The Musical and Grease. She has voiced many cartoons such as “Winx Club,” “Robot and Monster,” “American Dad,” “Phineas and Pherb,” “P.King Duckling” and “Mickey’s Roadster Racers.” She is most known for voicing Charlotte LaBouff in Disney’s The Princess and the Frog, for which she won the Annie Award (Voice Over Oscar). TV/Film credits: “Blue Bloods,” “Law and Order,” “Bull,” “Unforgettable,” “Instinct,” “Lucky Stiff,” “Khumba” and “Rosie Live.” Follow @Jen__cody
JESSICA FONTANA (Mimi) Broadway: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella as Cinderella alternate, Baby It’s You. Off-Broadway/Tour: Once Upon A Mattress (Transport Group), Pipe Dream (Encores!), Little House on the Prairie (National Tour). Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, Signature Theatre, The Smith Center, Denver Theatre and Goodspeed Opera House, as well as revivals of The Most Happy Fella and 110 in the Shade at Palm Beach Dramaworks. Concerts: Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Birdland, Caramoor, 54 Below and Jones Hall with the Houston Symphony Orchestra. Fontana is the host/writer/co-creator/co-executive producer of “Support For This Podcast,” recently featured in NY Magazine and listed on iTunes as a “new and noteworthy” podcast. As a lyricist, she penned and performed the opening song for the feature film Off the Menu, coming to theaters in 2018. Instagram: @iamjessfontana Web: www.supportforthispodcast.com
STORM LINEBERGER (Carlo) is honored to be making his Pioneer Theatre Company debut! His credits include the National Tour of the “spectacular new” production of The Phantom of the Opera (Raoul) and regional productions of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Les Misérables, Singin’ in the Rain, The Music Man and The Student Prince. BFA at University of Oklahoma. Thanks to the Pioneer Theatre Company, Judy Boals Inc., Bob Cline, Michael, and of course, Mom, Dad, Fallon and Bryce. Instagram/Twitter: @stormlineberger Web: www.stormlineberger.com
GREGORY NORTH (Tito/Beppo) BROADWAY: Into the Woods, The Secret Garden, A Christmas Carol with Tony Randall, Grand Hotel opposite Cyd Charisse. PREMIERES: Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Last Ship. TOUR: Phantom of the Opera, Show Boat, Les Misérables. REGIONAL: Kennedy Center, Actors Theatre Louisville (Capt. Hook), Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Rep. (Fantasticks), Pasadena Playhouse (12 Angry Men), La Mirada Theatre (Pride & Prejudice), Sacramento Music Circus (Capt. Von Trapp), Ensemble Theatre Company, Laguna Playhouse, Musical Theatre West, Reprise Theatre Company, Sacramento Theatre Company (Barrymore), Arizona Theatre Company (King Charles III), Hollywood Bowl (Amadeus with Neil Patrick Harris). FILM/TV: In Good Company, Elizabethtown, “Law & Order,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” Beyond Borders, Astroboy, Stephen King’s “11.22.63.” MFA: University of Washington. Proud member of Actors Equity since 1985. North married his favorite leading lady, Cynthia Marty. gregorynorthactor.com
ANDY PROSKY (Saunders) is happy to return to Pioneer Theatre Company after appearing as Charlie the Duck in the hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors in 2014. Some of his favorite credits include King Lear starring Christopher Plummer at Lincoln Center, The Price at the historic Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia and Inherit The Wind at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. In both The Price and Inherit The Wind, he shared the stage with his twice Tony-nominated father Robert Prosky. Film and television audiences have seen Mr. Prosky in Men In Black, Mrs. Doubtfire, The Great Outdoors, Taking Woodstock, Up Close & Personal, HBO’s “John Adams,” Hulu’s “The Path” and “Law and Order.” He will appear in Netflix’s soon-to-be released feature film The Land Of Steady Habits starring Edie Falco. He wishes to thank the entire staff of PTC for welcoming him to beautiful Salt Lake City.
HANSEL TAN (Max) was born and raised on the sunny isle of Singapore and is honored to be making his PTC debut! NYC: Ping Pong (Public Theatre), I Am Harvey Milk (Avery Fisher Hall), Unlock’d (Prospect Theatre), NO-NO Boy (Pan-Asian Rep.), The Ohmies (Daryl Roth Theatre), Future Anxiety (The Flea Theater), Easter Mysteries (Theatre at St. Clements), The Great Wall (NAMT), To Hell and Back (NYMF). Regional: The Four Immigrants (TheatreWorks Silicon Valley), Made In China (Eugene O’Neill Theater Center), The King and I (Harbor Lights), Miss Saigon (North Shore Music Theatre & Flat Rock Playhouse), Call It Courage (Bingham Camp), Romeo & Juliet (Wild Rice). Film/TV/Web: “The Blacklist: Redemption” (NBC), “Madam Secretary” (CBS), “Complete Unknown” (Amazon), “In Game: The Webseries” (Man Powered Films). For Jedediah: the Henry to my Max.
KIRSTEN WYATT (Racon) is happy to be back at PTC, where she was previously seen as Peter in Peter Pan and Eponine in Les Misérables. Broadway: Annie (Lily St. Regis), A Christmas Story: The Musical (Crusty Elf/Mrs. Schwartz), Elf (Santa’s Elf), Shrek (Shoemaker’s Elf), Grease (Frenchy, 2007 revival), High Fidelity (Anna), The Pajama Game (Poopsie/Virginia/Swing), Urinetown (Little Becky Two Shoes) and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Lucy/Sally standby). Favorite regional: Born for This (Tammy Faye Bakker), Cabaret (Sally Bowles), Mame (Agnes Gooch) Sweet Charity (Charity) Guys and Dolls (Miss Adelaide) and Show Boat (Ellie Mae) with the San Francisco Opera. TV: “Blue Bloods,” “Naked Brothers Band,” “As the World Turns” and “All My Children.” Proud member of Actors Equity Association. @KirstenWyatt
BEN BRINTON (u/s Tito/Beppo) is a songwriter from South Jordan, Utah, and a graduate from the ATP at the University of Utah. He has toured nationally with Shakespeare & Company (Mass.), as well as Utah Shakespearean Festival. Other credits include Assassins, Rock of Ages, Romeo and Juliet and Julius Caesar. He thanks his family and friends for their continued support, and also PTC for their interest in supporting local theatre.