Krystina Alabado


Krystina most recently starred opposite Daphne Rubin-Vega in the world premiere musical Miss You Like Hell at La Jolla Playhouse. Broadway: American Psycho (OBC, Vanden), Green Day’s American Idiot. 1st National Tours: Evita (Mistress), American Idiot and Spring Awakening (dir. Michael Mayer). Off-Broadway/Regional: David Bowie's Lazarus (NYTW), Camp Wanatachi (La MaMa), Pregnancy Pact (Weston Playhouse). TV/Film: "First Reformed," “Tyrant” (FX). Special thanks to Gordon, Adam, and David for the support all these years and love to Terry and David, Erin and everyone at CESD, my family, and my fiancé! @krystinaalabado More at


Anastasia Barzee









Anastasia Barzee has starred on Broadway in Jekyll&Hyde, Miss Saigon, Urinetown, Henry IV parts one and two and Golden Boy (for Encores). She originated the role of Betty Haynes in the stage musical White Christmas and can be heard on the best-selling cast album. On the West End, she created the role of Josephine in the musical Napoleon at the Shaftsbury Theatre. Favorite regional work includes Darko Tresnjak directed Kiss Me Kate at Hartford Stage, Des McAnuff directed Palm Beach at La Jolla, and The Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration's Merrily We Roll Along directed by Christopher Ashley. Audiences may also know Anastasia from her extensive work in television and film including her role as Agent Olivia Dylan on the Sci-fi fan favorite “Beauty&The Beast,” as well as recurring and guest starring roles on “The Affair,” “Madam Secretary,” “Blue Bloods,” “Elementary,” “Younger,” “The Blacklist,” “White Collar,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” “Made In Jersey,” “666 Park,” “Golden Boy,” “Law&Order: SVU” and others. Barzee is currently shooting a recurring role on the Netflix series “Seven Seconds.” Films include Doug Liman's Fair Game opposite Sean Penn and the upcoming Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk directed by Eric Stoltz and Those Who Wander. She recorded a critically acclaimed solo album, The Dimming of The Day, of eclectic contemporary standards on Ghostlight Records. @AnastasiaBarzee






Broadway: Nick Massi in Jersey Boys, Radames in Aida, Chris in Miss Saigon, The Civil War, Smokey Joe’s Café (also filmed for television and DVD), and Lancelot in Camelot (National Tour). Off-Broadway: James Joyce in Himself and Nora (Outer Critics Nom.) and in Dublin, Ireland.  Mr. Bogart has premiered leading roles at La Jolla Playhouse (Craig Noel Award for Zhivago), Old Globe, The Kennedy Center, Goodspeed, and Cincinatti Playhouse. He is an Affiliated Artist of Arena Stage, anticipating a new upcoming Georgia Stitt musical, Snow Child, opposite Kate Baldwin, and Val in Orpheus Descending, Lancelot in Camelot (Helen Hayes Award Nom.) and Joe in Damn Yankees. TV: HBO’s “Vinyl” as Robert Goulet, “Smash” as JFK, “Law & Order,” and “Law & Order: SVU.” Also, Mr. Bogart is a Cincinnati-Conservatory of Music graduate, theatre producer, Jay Records Label Co-Producer and solo artist with symphonic recordings including, Matt Bogart Simple Song. Love to his wife Jessica and two boys, Easton and Trulane.

 Darlesia Cearcy



Broadway: Nettie in The Color Purple, Sarah in Ragtime (Helen Hayes Nomination), and The Goodbye Girl. She appeared as an original cast member and U/S to Audra Mc Donald and performed as Lottie Gee in the amazing Broadway musical Shuffle Along. Darlesia was recently seen in “Elementary” on CBS, other television credits include “Law and Order: SVU,” Ms. Berg in “Rescue me,” “Nurse Jackie,” NBC’s “Mercy” as Adrienne Mercer and she will guest star as Congresswoman Simone Murphy on season five of “House of Cards.” Film: Sharla in The Challenger and Rush. She was recognized for her performance in The Book of Mormon by the Grammy Foundation. She sang on MTV’s “Most Wanted,” VH1, “Top of the Pops” in London, and was nominated for a Viva Award for her single release Everlasting.
 Ryan Duncan RYAN DUNCAN

Broadway: Shrek. Off-Broadway: Liberty, Altar Boyz (Drama League nom.), Soul Doctor, The Yellow Brick Road, It Must Be Him, The Fifth Column, theAtrainplays. Tour: Man of La Mancha. Regional: Gettin' the Band Back Together (George Street, NJ), Shrek (5th Avenue, WA), Side Show (Signature, VA), A Christmas Carol and 1776 (Ford's, D.C.), Hair (Studio, D.C.), tick...tick, BOOM! (ATF, NY), Striking 12 (Good Theater, ME). Film/TV: "He's With Me," "Blue Bloods," "FreakMe," In Stereo, I Don't Believe in That, Shrek the Musical, January, Standby. Thank you GJ!

 Danielle Ferland




Broadway: All My Sons, A Year with Frog and Toad, The Crucible and A Little Hotel on the Side (National Actors Theatre), A Little Night Music (City Opera), Into the Woods (original cast, Theatre World Award and Drama Desk nomination), Sunday in the Park with George. Off-Broadway: includes New Girl in Town (Irish Rep), She Stoops to Conquer (Irish Rep), Engaged (Theatre for a New Audience), Tartuffe (New York Shakespeare Festival), How I Learned to Drive. Regional includes Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods (Baltimore Center Stage and Westport Country Playhouse), The School for Husbands (Westport), McCarter Theater, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville and the Huntington. Film: Diane (2018 release), Sam the Man (Gary Winick, dir.), Mighty Aphrodite (Woody Allen, dir.) and Radio Days (Woody Allen, dir.) Television: “The OA” (Netflix), “Jessica Jones” (Netflix, recurring), Estelle in HBO’s “The Normal Heart,” “The Good Wife,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “Rescue Me.”

 Anne Horak



Anne is thrilled to be back at Long Wharf Theatre where she performed in My Paris last season as May Milton.  Broadway: Chicago (Roxie), White Christmas. National tour: Young Frankenstein (Inga). NY: Patsy in Crazy for You (Manhattan Concert Productions at Lincoln Center), Music in the Air (City Center Encores!).  Regional: Gretchen in Boeing-Boeing, Bambi Bernét in Curtains (both at Paper Mill Playhouse), Carol Heathrow in Diner (Delaware Theatre Company), April in COMPANY (Bucks County Playhouse), Shelby in Steel Magnolias (North Carolina Theatre), Polly Baker in Crazy for You (Sacramento Music Circus), Hope in Anything Goes (Taipei National Theatre), Billie Bendix in Nice Work if You Can Get It (Music Theatre of Wichita).  Television: “Forever,” “Royal Pains,” “A Gifted Man,” “Eye Candy,” and “Law & Order: SVU.” BFA, University of Michigan.
 Tyler Jones TYLER JONES

Most Recent: Jack in Into The Woods (w/ Emily Skinner at TUTS). Theatre: The Book of Mormon (First National Tour), The Last Smoker In America (Off-Broadway), Big River (Huck Finn), Parade (Frankie Epps), 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Leaf Coneybear), All’s Well That Ends Well (Bertram). Upcoming: Crutchie in Newsies (Connecticut Repertory Theatre). Film/TV: “Boardwalk Empire” (HBO). Graduate of the University of Michigan. Big thank you to the team, Calleri Casting, TKO, Mom, Dad & Jordan.

 Constantine Maroulis








Long Wharf Theatre debut.  Broadway: Rock of Ages (Best Actor Tony Nominee, Drama League Nominee, Star of the year), Jekyll & Hyde (Drama League Nominee), The Wedding Singer, (Best Musical Tony Nominee), Spring Awakening (Producer, Best Revival Tony Nominee, Drama Desk, Drama League, OCC Nominee), RENT (Roger in tour cast dir. Michael Grief). Off Broadway/Regional: Friend Art (Second Stage, NYT Critic's pick ), Rock of Ages, Jaques Brel, Jesus Christ Superstar (upcoming as Judas, The Muny), The Toxic Avenger (The Alley, dir. John Rando), God of Vengeance (Williamstown, dir. Gordon Edelstein). TV: “Mozart in the Jungle,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Law & Order,” “Unforgettable,” “American Idol,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “America' Got Talent,” “The Tonight Show,” “Conan,” “The Today Show,” “Band of Merry Makers,” “Psychosis” (upcoming series as Executive Producer/Actor). Recordings: Constantine, Killer Queen, American Idol Showstoppers (RIAA certified Gold) Songwriter, NEW Singles on Spotify & iTunes; All About You, Here I Come, She's Just Rock N' Roll.  Training: The Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music, Williamstown Theatre Festival.  For tour info and social media kindly visit 

 Mark Nelson



Long Wharf Theater: My Name Is Asher Lev (directed by Gordon Edelstein), Underneath the Lintel (Connecticut Critics’ Circle Award), A Doll’s House, Arms and the Man, Abstract Expression. New York: My Name is Asher Lev (Lortel Award nomination); Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Obie Award); The Invention of Love (Lincoln Center); The Winter’s Tale directed by Sam Mendes (BAM and world tour); Timon of Athens (The Public Theater). National Tour: Herr Schultz in Cabaret (Roundabout Theater Company, 2016). Regional: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Hartford Stage); Tartuffe (Westport Country Playhouse); Shylock in The Merchant of Venice (The Shakespeare Theater). Television: “The Good Wife,” “Unforgettable,” “Spin City,” “Law & Order.” Mark teaches theater at Princeton University.
 Sawyer Niehaus SAWYER NIEHAUS

Long Wharf Theatre debut.  Off-Broadway: Fun Home (The Public Theater). Upcoming film and TV: Wonderstruck, The Greatest Showman, “Seven Seconds.” On television, Sawyer is the voice of Mittens and Mopsy on Nick Jr.’s “Peter Rabbit.” Workshops and readings: The Greatest Showman, Iowa, Table. Sawyer is a student at the Spence School in NYC. 
 Allan Washington ALLAN WASHINGTON

Off-Broadway: A Man’s A Man (Classic Stage Company). Regional: The SpongeBob Musical (Oriental Theatre). Training: University of North Carolina School of the Arts.