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Rick Segall (Rich Hughes) was being described as “the boy Shirley Temple” when he made his national television debut at the age of four as a regular cast member on “The Partridge Family.” By five, he’d recorded his own album. By 13, he’d already been performing for a decade, been a series regular twice, done three films, and worked with the likes of Michael Jackson, Tony Bennett, Bob Hope, Johnny Carson, Jerry Lewis, Shirley Jones, Michael Landon, Donny Osmond, George Segal, Natalie Wood, George Burns, Tim Conway, Harvey Korman, Bernadette Peters, Gilbert Cates, Dick Clark, Merv Griffin, and Mike Douglas, to name a few. Some of Mr. Segall’s credits include originating the role of Sidney Chaplin in the world premiere production of Anthony Newley’s Chaplin at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. He’d also played Eugene in all three installments of Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs trilogy, Fagin in Oliver, Tevye in Fiddler on The Roof, Claudius in Hamlet, Buddy in Come Blow Your Horn, Danny in Danny and The Deep Blue Sea and Tommy in The Music Man. After a self-imposed hiatus for several years, Mr. Segall returns to the Los Angeles stage with great anticipation and excitement for this next phase of his career.

Lowe Taylor (Penny Bailey-Hughes) Lowe recently completed a run of The Marvelous Wonderettes at The Laguna Playhouse playing the gum chewing Suzy Simpson. For the previous two years, Lowe had been the standby for all 4 roles in The Marvelous Wonderettes in LA and she is the first actress ever to perform ALL 4 ROLES! She was also the standby for all 4 roles in The Winter Wonderettes (Ovation Award Nominee, Best Ensemble). Regional: Sunday In The Park With George (Dot/Marie, Chancie Award Best Actress, Best Ensemble), Into The Woods (Baker’s Wife, Backstage West Critics Pick, Chancie Award Best Ensemble), Grease (Marty, Backstage West Critics Pick), PILGRIM (Ester the Ale Girl) and The Pajama Game (Babe Williams), Once Upon A Mattress (Princess Winnifred), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), and major roles in many staged readings including Musical Theatre Guilds See Saw, The Man Who Would Be King at the Rubicon, Anne of Green Gables and more. Film/TV: “Flirting With Anthony” with Mink Stole and Judy Tenuta, “Maro,” “Hotties,” “The Art of Revenge,” “On Q Live!,” “Wanted,” “Hoop Guys” and “Seeing Stars.” Lowe currently studies at Steppenwolf and The Groundlings in Los Angeles. She is a proud member of SAG, AEA and The Chance Theater. www.lowetaylor.com. Love to Mom for all your support! Thank you for supporting live theater!

Gabrielle Wagner (Laureen Grub, Therapist, Minister) is thrilled to be a part of this production and supremely talented group of artists.   Playing Polly Peachum, she received a Garland Award Citation for Best Lead in a Musical in The Threepenny Opera at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble.  Favorite roles include: Sooze in Alex Mann’s Suburbia at the Skylight Theatre, Judy in David Galligan’sThe Last of the Honky Tonk Angels with Leslie Jordan, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, and Hair at the Coast Playhouse.  Film/TV: Joss Whedon’s Firefly; George Clooney’s Unscripted, the VH1 series, In Search of the Partridge Family as a Shirley “finalist”, and many award winning festival films including A Wondrous Fate, White Rice and Since My Last Dance.  She also sings with jazz group Crescendo and can be heard singing with the Doors (with a Morrison, sound-alike) on the concept album for Celebration of the Lizard.  You can also see her in Schoolhouse Rock Live Too! opening this summer. A proud member of AEA & SAG and student of the late Milton Katselas, she currently studies at the BHP and ANMT.  But most importantly, she is the proud mother of her beautiful boy, Parker.  Love and thanks to Alex, her wonderful and supportive husband gabriellewagner.com

Leslie Stevens (Lisa Groper, Annie Hughes) Leslie Stevens originated the role of Anne in La Cage Aux Folles, and appeared in Victor/Victoria with Julie Andrews on Broadway. Off-Broadway credits include James Lapine’s Twelve Dreams at Lincoln Center, Most Happy Fella with NewYork City Opera, My Fair Lady w/ Kelsey Grammar at the NY Philharmonic and Macbeth with The Shakespeare Project as Lady MacDuff. Regionally, she has appeared in Comedy of Errors at Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, as Miranda in The Tempest at North Shore, as Hippolyta in Tis Pity She’s A Whore at L.A.’s Odyssey Theatre. Last season, Leslie was featured in award-winning productions of Can Can and Ray Charles LIVE at the Pasadena Playhouse and On Your Toes with Reprise. This season she played Moonbeam McSwine in Li’l Abner also with Reprise. Ms. Stevens has played Charity in Sweet Charity for Austin Musical Theatre and Downtown Cabaret Theatre in CT., both under the direction of Scott Thompson. She was acknowledged with two regional Best Actress Awards for that role, as well as a Connecticut Critic’s Circle nomination. She is a proud alumna of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, the Shakespeare LAB at New York’s Public Theatre and a longtime member of Actor’s Equity. She’s danced frequently with LA Opera and began a new chapter as a librettist for LA Opera’s excellent Education and Community Programs Dept. TV and film work are online at www.nowcasting.com/lesliestevens.

Gregory Franklin (Mediator, Don Hughes) Chicago; 2008 Chicago Joseph Jefferson Award for The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Styx rock legend Dennis DeYoung, Galileo @ Goodman, Kabuki Medea @ Wisdom Bridge, Chicago & Grant Park Symphonies, Ensemble Espanol Dance Theatre. LA 2007-8; Glengarry Glen Ross @ Egyptian, Twentieth Century @ Lillian, Wild About Harry with Crown City, Man of La Mancha & The Winter’s Tale @ A Noise Within. Best Supporting Actor Robbie Nomination for Joan of Arc @ Lobero in Santa Barbara, Best Musical Comedy Actor Garland Citation for Boys From Syracuse with Crown City, Best Supporting Actor Ticket Holder Nomination for Man of La Mancha @ A Noise Within, Best Cabaret Ensemble Ticket Holder Award for Peter Mellencamp’s, Jacques Brel: A Life In Song. Edinburgh 2005 Fringe Festival under producer Jon Lawrence Rivera. 2005 & 2008 Japan tour with the Roger Wagner. Recurring sketch player for Talk Show With Spike Feresten. Recent screen credits; “Mad Men,” “Samantha Who?,” “Close To Home,” “Elementary,” “First Date,” “Lords of the Mafia,” “Secret KGB Files,” “Inn Outside The World,” “Us vs. Them,” “5ive,” “Cyberdorm,” “Little Heroes III,” “Abe & Bruno,” “Point of Contact,” “Friendly Fire,” “Pure Love,” “Gun Head And A Choice,” “Precious Joy” for Raw Impressions Movie Musical Festival. www.gregoryfranklin.net

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