Cheers Live on Stage
CHEERS LIVE ON STAGE is a rousing new theater comedy set in Boston’s iconic basement bar where WE know everybody’s name: Diane and Sam. Carla, Coach, Cliff… Norm!
Utilizing the original award winning television scripts skillfully adapted from the first season of NBC’s long-running sitcom, the stage production gives modern audiences the chance to experience live for the first time since its original taping, that rare sophisticated TV comedy that seamlessly combines slapstick comedy, romance and drama.
Based on the first season of Cheers, this production finds baseball player-turned-bar owner Sam “Mayday” Malone hiring newly jilted aspiring poet Diane Chambers to work in his pub, alongside perpetually confused old bartender Coach and tough-talking waitress Carla, who cracks wise with know-it-all mail carrier Cliff and perennial barstool-warmer Norm.
Cheers was the last, and perhaps greatest, of the pre-ironic golden age of sitcoms, “appointment television” with bona fide jokes and punch lines, pre-dating Seinfeld, Friends, andThe Office. At the time it concluded in 1993, the series held a record 117 Emmy nominations and 28 wins, earning nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series for each of its 11 seasons. Theater, television and film veteran Erik Forrest Jackson – acclaimed for his Off-Broadway comic adaptation of Stephen King’s Carrie as well as Doll, a twisted take on Ibsen’s A Doll’s House – has expertly adapted the series’ original 1982 scripts for the stage. Award-winning director Matt Lenz (Pageant: The Musical; First National Tour of A Christmas Story: The Musical) fine-tunes CHEERS LIVE ON STAGE for today’s TV audiences accustomed to niche programming and binge-watching.
Jillian is thrilled to join the cast of Cheers! Broadway: It Shoulda Been You. Off-Broadway: Soul Doctor. NYC: NYMF, Symphony Space, City Center/NYGASP, 54 Below, The York, Ars Nova, etc. Regional: Lots! TV/Film: Show Me A Hero, Mount Joy, Louie. Family: Polish, wonderful. Love: Keith Varney. Drink Order: IPA. Thanks: Joy Dewing Casting, DSM & the team! Tw: @JillianLouis. FB: @JillianLouisArtist. www.jillianlouis.com Go Bruins!
Barry is honored to be a part of this iconic project. Some highlights from his 55+ year career highlights include: Broadway: Bye Bye Birdie, Oliver!, The Producers, Baby It’s You! Tour & Regional: Happy Days: A New Musical (National, “Arnold”),Grease (1st National, “Sonny”),Twelve Angry Men (Pasadena, Juror #7), Hairspray (3D, “Wilbur Turnblad”) TV: “Stan Weaver” in FOX’ s Grease: Live, Criminal Minds, General Hospital, House, ER; Film: Best known for playing “Doody”in Paramount’ s Grease, The Newest Pledge, My favorite Martian, Avenging Angel. Cindy and Gracie, ILY! www.barrypearl.com
Grayson hails from South Carolina and lives in NYC. Regional: Othello (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company); The Glass Menagerie, Bus Stop, The Foreigner (Barnstormers Theatre); The Affections of May, Crimes of the Heart (Flat Rock Playhouse); TV: Made In Jersey; Film: Hedgehog (2016), Sundown (2017); Stand Up: Gotham, Eastville, Comix. Fun fact: Grayson once worked at Cheers in Boston. M.F.A Acting, Columbia University. www.graysonpowellactor.com
Some NYC shows: Cymbeline; Perfect Crime. Outside NYC: A Christmas Carol (Hartford Stage); Oxford Roof Climber’s Rebellion (Capital Rep); Red (New Century); 33 Variations (Majestic); Midlife: The Crisis Musical (Seven Angels). TV/ Film: “The Music Never Stopped;”“8:46;”“Quick Change;”all the “Law and Order’ s;”“Younger;”“Flight of the Conchords;”“30 Rock;”“Gotham;”“Red Oaks;”“The Deuce.” www.buzzroddy.com
NY/Regional Theatre: Abingdon, Theater Row, the Flea, Cherry Lane, O’ Neill Theatre Center, among others. Film/ TV: A Scientist’s Guide...(with Jay O. Sanders), Small Miracles (with Judd Hirsch), several awardwinning comedy shorts. Sarah earned her BA at Dartmouth and MFA at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, where she now teaches. Thanks to Joy Dewing, Lexie Pregosin, the entire Cheers team, her family and James (quack!). www.sarahsirota.com
Broadway: Hairspray, Chicago. Regional: Chicago. Nat.Tour 2016, Hairspray replaced Harvey Fierstein/ Vegas, (NSMT, Sacramento, MUNY,PCLO, TUTS). Little Mermaid, Ursula (MUNY), Laurel and Hardy (Falcon Theater) Oliver! (Arena Stage), Idaho! (Smith Center Vegas, Forestburgh, WP), Forum (Paper Mill), Minsky’s (Ahmanson, WP). LA Opera: The Grand Duchess Of Gerolstein. Film: Mother’s Day, Valentines Day, Princess Diaries 2, Good Boy, Secrets of the Masters. TV: MADtv, ReRUN Show, Raising Hope, Glee, Grey’s Anatomy, Hannah Montana, Arrested Development, Reno 911, Maximum Bob. For Garry. Twitter: @Therealpaulvogt / Web: www.paulcvogt.com / Instagram: @PaulVogt
Tours: Mamma Mia! (All Three ‘ Dads’ );Regional: Lend Me a Tenor (Max), West Side Story (Tony), Rocky Horror Show (Rocky), Knight Life (Sir Hansom), Threepenny Opera (Crookfingered Jake), Evita (Magaldi); Film: The Good Shepherd (Michael Johnson), An Englishman in New York, Veronika Decides to Die. www.jeffapplegate.com
Grew up in a small town in WI where everybody knew her name...Broadway: Tanya, Mamma Mia. National tours: Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story. Regional: Music Man, Winter’s Tale, Guthrie Theatre; Bingo! the Musical, Into the Woods (Ordway Theater). Favorite roles include: Snow - Disenchanted, Queenie - Wild Party, Garland - Beyond the Rainbow, Annie - Annie Get Your Gun. Love to Mom and Dad, BW90’ s & Tom. www.jenburleigh-bentz.com
Off-Broadway: Channeling Kevin Spacey; Monster; Sayonara; Honor Bound. Regional: Actors Theatre of Louisville, PICT Classic Theatre, Gulfshore Playhouse, Westchester Broadway, Mill Mountain. TV: Unforgettable. Col. Holcomb is an alumnus of the University of Oklahoma, and a Kentucky Colonel. Much appreciation to Ann & Gene. www.justinrgholcomb
Erin is thrilled to be joining the Cheers company!! New York: SoulDoctor, 101 Dalmatians directed by Jerry Zaks. Tours/Vegas: 101 Dalmatians, Jekyll and Hyde, Mamma Mia! Regional: Miss Saigon, A Grand Night for Singing, A Christmas Story, the Musical, Les Miserables, AIDA, The 39 Steps. Film/TV: “Outsiders,”“The Mighty Macs,”“Mr. ID.” Love to my family.
Rudolf Nureyev in Nureyev’s Eyes (World
Premier); Stephen Foster in Hard Times: An American Musical (World Premier); The 39 Steps (American Stage); Zorro (East Lynne); 3 Seasons with Utah Shakespeare Festival. International: HeWho Gets Slapped (Moscow Art Theatre). Film/ TV: Madam Secretary; Futurestates; Training: Moscow Art Theatre; Princeton University
NY/Regional credits include: Charlie in The Foreigner (Matt Lenz, director; Carbonell Nomination), Vanya in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Jim Casy in The Grapes of Wrath, Fool in King Lear, Vladimir in Waiting for Godot, Clown in The 39 Steps, I Am My Own Wife. Film/TV: Begin Again, The Smurfs, Mamarosh, “The Blacklist,”“The Mysteries of Laura,”“Divorce,”“Emily2410,”MFA (Acting): UNC-Chapel Hill; BA cum laude (English): Harvard. For my husband Tim and our family. www.andrewsellon
NYC: Irish Rep, Ensemble Studio Theater, Flux, Active. Regional: Orlando Shakespeare, Sacramento Music Circus, Asolo, Pioneer, Arkansas Rep. Film/TV: PS, I Love You; Law & Order CI; Delocated; Onion Sports Network; Art=(Love)²; and a pilot, Powerless. He was born and raised in Wilmington, NC. He was awarded his MFA from the Academy for Classical Acting at the George Washington University / Shakespeare Theatre Company. Proud union member of Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA.
Broadway: Wicked (Glinda Standby) Off Broadway: The Marvelous Wonderettes, MyLife with Albertine at Playwrights Horizons, and Come Blow Your Horn at TACT. Some favorites: Venus In Fur, Little Shop of Horrors, Noises Off, James Joyce’s The Dead, Sex With Strangers, The Odd Couple, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Boeing Boeing, Anything Goes, The Who’s Tommy. Tours: Wicked, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Hello Dolly! Go Sox!! Love to my family. Visit www.laura-woyasz.com
His most recent play, the darkly comic drama Like a Billion Likes, won the Chesley/Bumbalo Foundation Playwriting Award and was a finalist for the Eugene O’Neill Center’s Playwrights Conference and the Woodward/Newman Drama Award, among other honors. He’s authored four Off Broadway plays (including Tell-Tale, Doll, Charlie!, and Carrie, a black-comedy spin on Stephen King’s classic novel) and the musical Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, which showcases the songs of Neil Sedaka. Erik’s original poems were featured in the Showtime film The Escape, starring Patrick Dempsey. He is a proud member of the American Theatre Wing’s Advisory Board. After seven years as the Executive Editor of InStyle magazine, he’s now the Executive Projects Director for Entertainment Weekly. erikforrestjackson.com. Twitter: @MrErikJackson .
Matt is an award-winning New York based director who has worked on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and in theatres all over the world. Most recently, Matt directed Pageant: The Musical (2014 Drama Desk nomination for Best Revival of a Musical) and the hit comedy The Irish Curse. Other New York credits include: Idaho! for New York Musical Theatre Festival (2008 Fest Awards winner for Best Director and Best Show, upcoming production at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts), Susie Mosher’s The Great Daisy Theory, Fingers And Toes at NYMF, the Off-Broadway premiere of Alan Ball's The Amazing Adventures Of Tense Guy, and Wicked's 5th Anniversary Celebration: The Yellow Brick Road Not Taken at the Gershwin Theatre on Broadway.
Matt directed the first national tours of A Christmas Story: The Musical and Catch Me If You Can, and he has worked at many of the country's finest regional theaters including Papermill Playhouse, George Street Playhouse, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, and The MUNY, among many others. Matt served as the Associate Director on original Broadway productions of Hairspray (and subsequent tours and multiple sit-down productions), Catch Me If You Can, The Velocity of Autumn, and Disney's Beauty and the Beast. He regularly teaches master classes and workshops in NYC and around the country, at universities, and for performing arts organizations. He received the 2010 Kevin Kline Award for Best Director, is a teaching artist for the Broadway Dreams Foundation, and a Member of SDC. www.mattlenzdirector.com
Off-Broadway: Skeleton Crew (Atlantic Theater Company); I and You (59E59); The Happiest Song Plays Last (Second Stage); The Piano Lesson, The First Breeze of Summer; Life Could Be A Dream, The Marvelous Wonderettes, Three Mo' Tenors, Pygmalion, Howie the Rookie, Brando (Signature Theatre). Tours: A Christmas Story The Musical. Regional: Center Stage, Arena Stage, American Conservatory Theater, McCarter Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Pasadena Playhouse, Two River Theater, Cleveland Play House, Laguna Playhouse, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Northlight Theatre, Signature Theatre, Bucks County Playhouse, Ogunquit Playhouse, Arsht Center, Musical Theatre West, San Jose Repertory, Center Rep. Broadway (Associate Scenic Designer): Allegiance, The River, Peter and The Starcatcher, ANN: The Ann Richards Play, Cyrano de Bergerac, The Importance of Being Earnest, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, All About Me, White Christmas, Curtains. michaelcarnahandesign.com, Instagram:@Carnypics, Twitter: @mike_carnahan
Broadway credits include The Elephant Man, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder and It’s Only a Play. Off Broadway credits include The Ruins of Civilization, The Explorer’s Club and Cactus Flower. Regional credits include productions with: Kennedy Center, La Jolla Playhouse, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Ford's Theatre, Guthrie Theater, The Old Globe, TheatreWorks, Huntington Theatre, Portland Stage Company, TACT, Barrington Stage Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival, McCarter Theatre, Bay Street Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Dallas Theater Company, Hartford Stage, George Street Playhouse and Westport Country Playhouse.
Broadway and West End: Hair (Tony Award, Drama Desk and Hewes Award nominations). Off-Broadway: Hair (The Public, Delacorte Theater), Jericho (59E59), The Irish Curse (Soho Rep), Almost Home (The Directors Company), Craving for Travel (Peter Jay Sharp Theater), Application Pending (West Side Theater), Tartuffe (Tribeca Playhouse), STRAIGHT (Theater Row), Amahl and the Night Visitors (Lincoln Center). REGIONAL: La Cage Aux Folles (Goodspeed Musicals); God of Carnage, [Title of Show], Sex With Strangers (George Street Playhouse); Take Me Out(Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Kevin Kline nomination); The Foreigner (Maltz Jupiter Theater); Oklahoma! , West Side Story (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival); Johnny Baseball (American Repertory Theater, IRNE nomination); Dirty Blond, Omnium Gatherum, Crowns, Spring Awakening, Next to Normal, Peter and the Statcatcher, Mothers and Sons, All The Way (Zach Scott Theatre).
Credits Include: The Spongebob Musical, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Doctor Zhivago, The Farnsworth Invention, Queen of the Mist, Becky Shaw, Measure for Pleasure, and Love, Loss, and What I Wore Associate Sound Designs Include: Catch Me If You Can, Billy Crystal's 700 Sundays, Lady Day Sings the Blues (Tony Award), Jesus Christ Superstar, Hands on a Hardbody (Drama Desk Award), and Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Regional: La Jolla Playhouse, Huntington Theater Company, The Fifth Avenue, Williamstown Theater Festival, DC's Shakespeare Theatre Company, George Street Playhouse, Bay Street Theater. He is married to photographer Kimberly Witham.
Recent Broadway: Fiddler on the Roof, China Doll, On Your Feet, The King and I, An American In Paris, The Real Thing, The Realistic Joneses, If/Then, Rocky, The Bridges of Madison County, I’ll Eat You Last, Kinky Boots, Lucky Guy, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Chaplin, Nice Work If You Can Get It, A Streetcar Named Desire, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Stick Fly, Relatively Speaking, The Normal Heart, House of Blue Leaves, Anything Goes, A Life in the Theatre, Fences, A Behanding in Spokane, Race, Fela! Off Broadway: Tamburlaine, (TFANA); Piece of My Heart and Appropriate, (Signature Theatre)
For TROIKA, 42nd Street and Joseph… Broadway designs include The Visit, The Real Thing, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, Motown, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Peter and the Starcatcher, All About Me, and Next to Normal. Recent off-Broadway designs include Himself & Nora, Invisible Thread, Perfect Arrangement, The Tempest, Pretty Filthy, and Father Comes Home from the Wars. Recent Regional productions include Dreamgirls, Marley and Waterfall). TV/ Films include Mozart in the Jungle, Gotham, Inside Amy Schumer, God’s Pocket, Six by Sondheim, 30 Rock, Lola Versus, and Angelica.
Violet, The Real Thing (Broadway). Little Miss Sunshine, Here Lies Love, Buried Child, Pericles, Booty Candy, The Killer, My Name is Asher Lev, Goo Person of Szechwan, The Ohmies, Romeo and Juliet, (Off-Broadway). Marie Antoinette, Last of the Boys, Lady Madeline (Steppenwolf Theatre) An Octoroon, Hamlet, (The Wilma) Les Mis, Light in the Piazza (Weston Playhouse). Central City Opera Company 2012-15, Bard Summerscape 2014, Sarasota Opera Fall 2014. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1st national Tour) Joseph, 42nd street (equity tour) Ragtime, Adam’s Family, Camelot, Rock of Ages, & Spamalot (Non-equity Tours) Wicked, Memphis, Motown, Color Purple, Adams Family, Jersey Boys (wig construction bdway) thank you to Zevie for the love and support.
Andrew is currently in his fifth season with TROIKA Entertainment, having previously worked on the national tours of The Wizard of Oz, Sister Act the Musical, Ghost: the Musical and Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Prior to joining TROIKA, he was Assistant Company Manager for the first National Tour of West Side Story. He has also company managed for Williamstown Theatre Festival and The Studio Theatre in Washington, D.C. He holds a BFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Ryan is a New York based theatrical producer who recently joined Stageworks Media as Vice President of Business and Creative Development. In partnerships with major Hollywood studios, music publishers and other content owners he develops and produces memorable live experiences based on their intellectual property. Notable past productions include: The Woodsman, Here Lies Love, The Orion Experience, Top Hat, Big Fish, Doctor Zhivago and Kotis and Hollmann’s Yeast Nation. In addition to producing theater, Bogner has worked in various roles in operations and creative producing with companies such as RKO Stage Productions, Williamstown Theater Festival, Jujamcyn Theaters, and Theatrical Rights Worldwide. BFA, Boston Conservatory. MFA, Columbia University.
Anthony is thrilled to join the CHEERS team. As an Associate Director he has worked on productions of Victor / Victoria, Mary Poppins, and the new American Premiere of Cameron Mackintosh's The Witches of Eastwick all at the Ogunquit Playhouse. His directorial credits include Sister Act, The Little Mermaid, and Mary Poppins (starring Tony Nominee Christianne Noll). As a performer, Anthony has toured the globe in productions of Disney's Mary Poppins, Fiddler on the Roof, Grease, and was an original cast member of the World Premiere production of Disney's High School Musical. Currently, Anthony serves as the resident Casting Director for Ogunquit Playhouse, serves on the Faculty at The Growing Studio in NYC, and is the Founder and Director of the In The Spotlight Audition Workshops. Endless thanks to Matt. www.anthonycdaniel.com
Most Recent: Dirty Dancing, The Classic Story Onstage (National Tour); Tours: Avenue Q, Billy Elliot, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, In The Heights, Shrek, Flashdance The Musical. Broadway: How The Grinch Stole Christmas!, The Musical; Imaginary Friends, Avenue Q. Off Broadway: Reasons to be Happy, Fat Pig, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well, The Thing About Men, The Exonerated; Regional: Avenue Q, Las Vegas; The Color Purple (Alliance Theatre, World Premiere); Over 30 shows Old Globe Theatre, San Diego. Proud Member of Actors Equity Association.
Annelise is excited to be back on the road with the world premiere production of Cheers, Live Onstage. Tours: Pippin (first national), Flashdance (first national), Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Off-Broadway: Sleep No More; Silence the Musical; Rapture, Blister, Burn. Thanks to her family and friends for always being so encouraging and supportive.
Joy has never laughed so hard during auditions as she did working on this show! Casting Credits include Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theatre, dance companies, and tours. Current tours: 42nd Street, Annie, Mamma Mia!, Rent, The Wizard of Oz. Past tours: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (starring Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young), In the Heights, Cats, Legally Blonde, Jesus Christ Superstar (starring Ted Neeley), Movin’ Out, West Side Story, Catch Me If You Can, Bring It On.
Randall has produced over 50 productions across the globe for TROIKA Entertainment. Before joining TROIKA in 1999, Mr. Buck was vice president and general manager for Livent in Toronto. While working for Livent, he managed productions such as Fosse, Ragtime, Show Boat, Music of the Night, and Kiss of the Spider Woman. Mr. Buck was a stage manager for more than 20 years, surviving a year with Mary Martin & Carol Channing in Jimmy Kirkwood's Legends!, a year in Japan with Siegfried & Roy, opening The Phantom of the Opera Music Box Company and opening Show Boat! on Broadway. Since beginning as an apprentice with The Kenley Players in the late 60s, he has had the privilege of working closely with visionaries such as Twyla Tharp, Susan Stroman, Hal Prince, Joe Layton & Josh Logan, plus hundreds of stars. Mr. Buck had the privilege of recently serving on the board for the National Alliance of Music Theater. Randy is currently living happily-ever-after in the Washington, DC area with his wife, Angela, and their daughter Sierra Ashley Buck.
Donald joined TROIKA in 1992 as the company's comptroller and assumed his current role in 2000. In this role, he is responsible for the financial, administrative, and human resources aspects of the company. He holds both a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Connecticut. He has been involved in the production of such great TROIKA shows as Cats, Starlight Express, Evita, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Sound of Music, Smokey Joe’s Café, Swing, Come Fly Away and as well as many others. Mr. Kindl would like to thank his lovely wife Cindy and three wonderful children for their love and support over the years.
Michael has enjoyed over a decade working around the world with TROIKA Entertainment, touring several years as a stage manager and company manager before landing in the office. A Philadelphia native and a graduate of DeSales University, Mr. Orsino is pleased to have settled down in Maryland with his wife Anissa, a fellow tour veteran and their sons Cameron and Carson.
Jim has spent 20+ years managing and marketing Broadway tours. First national tours: Footloose, Titanic, Elton John & Tim Rice’s AIDA, The Lion King, War Horse and Jersey Boys. Additional selected projects: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (3rd national), Les Miserables (25th Anniversary), Billy Elliot (2nd national) and the spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera. Most recently Jim served as marketing director for all domestic and international tours of Blue Man Group. Jim is from Round Lake, NY and currently lives in Washington, DC. #TLJL
Sean has been involved in theater all of his life. Performing in plays and musicals as a child, then aquatic and live action stunt shows as an adult. Finally settling into the technical aspect, his national touring credits include Godspell, A Chorus Line and Oklahoma!. More recently he joined the Troika team and helmed Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Annie, and The Wizard of Oz. He'd like to thank his family, especially his two beautiful daughters, Casey and Heather.
Prior to joining TROIKA, Anna served as production manager at GALA Hispanic Theatre, and has worked at regional theaters such as Utah Shakespeare Festival and Milwaukee Repertory Theatre. Anna holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Marquette University. Though missing the great state of Wisconsin and the mountains of Utah, Anna is loving her time on the East Coast with TROIKA.
Stageworks Media is a New York-based theatrical production company specializing in bringing iconic characters, stories and music from across pop culture to the stage. Partners include major Hollywood studios, music publishers, and other content owning companies. The company also develops original plays and musicals for distributors, customized for their audience ranging from youth to the traditional theater-goer. Past projects include: Emma! a Pop Musical (featuring the music of Cyndi Lauper, Sara Bareilles, Salt-n-Pepa and others) and Cyrano De BurgerShack (featuring the music of Katy Perry, P!nk, John Mayer and others). For more information visit www.stageworksmedia.com
Troika Entertainment has been the innovator in touring musical theater productions for over three decades, producing and managing shows throughout North, Central, and South America, Europe and Asia. Additionally, the company is experienced in casino and leisure markets having produced for the Wynn, Caesars, Grand Casino, Hilton, Eldorado and Harrah's. Current and upcoming productions include An American in Paris, The Bodyguard, Love Never Dies, 42nd Street, Annie, Cheers, Wine Lovers, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Wizard of Oz. With strong ties to the Broadway community, TROIKA prides itself on delivering top quality productions to audiences worldwide. Please visit us at www.troika.com
Allied Live is a full-service marketing/advertising agency representing national tours, performing arts institutions and experiential entertainment entities throughout North America. Current touring clients: Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, An American in Paris, Something Rotten, RENT 20th Anniversary Tour, Kinky Boots, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, Mamma Mia!, Motown The Musical, Second City & Slate’s Unelectable You; Once, ELF and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas.
The Road Company is an independent theatrical booking agency, distributing musicals, plays and attractions internationally. Founded by Stephen Lindsay and Brett Sirota in 1997, current representation in addition to Cheers Live On Stage includes Wicked, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Amelie, The SpongeBob Musical, The Bandstand, The Sound of Music, Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage, Annie, Once, The Illusionists and more.