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MATTHEW BRODERICK MATTHEW BRODERICK

MATTHEW BRODERICK

SAM NASH / JESSE KIPLINGER / ROY HUBLEY

MATTHEW BRODERICK MATTHEW BRODERICK

MATTHEW BRODERICK

SAM NASH / JESSE KIPLINGER / ROY HUBLEY
BROADWAY CREDITS: Brighton Beach Memoirs (Alvin; Tony Award for Best Featured Actor; Theatre World Award for Best Actor; Drama Desk Award Nominee for Outstanding Actor); Biloxi Blues (Neil Simon); How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Richard Rogers; Tony Award for Best Actor; Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor; and Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor); Night Must Fall (Lyceum); Taller Than a Dwarf (Longacre); The Producers (St. James; Tony Award Nomination for Best Actor; Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations for Outstanding Actor); The Philanthropist (American Airlines); The Odd Couple (Brooks Atkinson); Nice Work If You Can Get It (Imperial); Sylvia (Cort); It’s Only a Play (Schoenfeld). OFF-BROADWAY CREDITS: Babbitt (La Jolla Playhouse); The Seafarer (Irish Repertory); The Closet (Williamstown); Evening at the Talk House (Romulus Linney Courtyard); Shining City (Irish Repertory; Obie Award for Performance); The Foreigner (Laura Pels); Torch Song Trilogy (Actor’s Playhouse; Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor; Villager Award); The Widow Claire (Circle in the Square); On Valentine’s Day (HB Studio). FILM CREDITS: No Hard Feelings; Max Dugan Returns; WarGames; Ladyhawke; On Valentine’s Day; Ferris Bueller’s Day Off; Biloxi Blues; Glory; The Freshman; The Lion King; The Cable Guy; Infinity; Election; You Can Count on Me; Wonderful World; Margaret; Tower Heist; Rules Don’t Apply; Manchester by the Sea; To Dust. TELEVISION CREDITS: Painkiller; The Music Man; “Master Harold”… and the Boys. Mr. Broderick recently starred in The Starry Messenger in London.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER SARAH JESSICA PARKER

SARAH JESSICA PARKER

KAREN NASH / MURIEL TATE / NORMA HUBLEY

SARAH JESSICA PARKER SARAH JESSICA PARKER

SARAH JESSICA PARKER

KAREN NASH / MURIEL TATE / NORMA HUBLEY
BROADWAY CREDITS: The Innocents (Morosco); Annie (Alvin); How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Richard Rogers); Once Upon a Mattress (Broadhurst). OFF-BROADWAY: Sylvia (Manhattan Theatre Club; Drama Desk Nomination); The Substance of Fire, The Heidi Chronicles (Playwrights Horizons); To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday (Circle in the Square); April Snow, The Commons of Pensacola (Manhattan Theatre Club). She starred in HBO’s “Sex and the City” (Two Primetime Emmy Awards; Four Golden Globe Awards). FILM CREDITS: Sex and the City; Sex and the City 2; Here and Now; I Don’t Know How She Does It; Smart People; Failure to Launch; The Family Stone; State and Main; ’Til There Was You, Mars Attacks!; Extreme Measures; The First Wives Club; Miami Rhapsody; Ed Wood; Honeymoon in Vegas; L.A. Story; Footloose; Hocus Pocus; Hocus Pocus 2. TELEVISION CREDITS: And Just Like That; Divorce (Golden Globe Award Nomination); Equal Justice; Square Pegs. Parker currently serves on the board of directors for the New York City Ballet.​
ROHIT GOKANI ROHIT GOKANI

ROHIT GOKANI

THE WAITER

ROHIT GOKANI ROHIT GOKANI

ROHIT GOKANI

THE WAITER
THEATRE CREDITS: The Who and The What (English Theatre Hamburg); Midsummer Night’s Dream (English National Opera); ROAD (Northern Stage); The Chef Show (Ragged Edge Productions). FILM CREDITS: Y Swn; IC9. TELEVISION CREDITS: Killing Sherlock: Lucy Worsley on the case of Conan Doyle. RADIO CREDITS: Silver Street; Father Gilbert Mysteries. TRAINING: The Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
ERIC SIRAKIAN ERIC SIRAKIAN

ERIC SIRAKIAN

BELLHOP / BORDEN EISLER

ERIC SIRAKIAN ERIC SIRAKIAN

ERIC SIRAKIAN

BELLHOP / BORDEN EISLER
THEATRE CREDITS: The Score (Bath Theatre Royal); Sons of the Prophet (Hampstead); The Kite Runner (Helen Hayes, Broadway); Twelfth Night, Pericles, The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Jungle (Playhouse, West End). FILM CREDITS: Havoc. TELEVISION CREDITS: Masters of the Air. TRAINING: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
CHARLIE OSCAR CHARLIE OSCAR

CHARLIE OSCAR

JEAN MCCORMACK / MIMSEY HUBLEY

CHARLIE OSCAR CHARLIE OSCAR

CHARLIE OSCAR

JEAN MCCORMACK / MIMSEY HUBLEY
THEATRE CREDITS: Mad House (Ambassadors). FILM CREDITS: This Time Next Year; Mothering Sunday. TELEVISION CREDITS: Playdate; Doctor Who. TRAINING: The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (Lionel Bart Foundation Scholar); National Youth Theatre.
NICK BARCLAY NICK BARCLAY

NICK BARCLAY

STANDBY SAM NASH / JESSE KIPLINGER / ROY HUBLEY

NICK BARCLAY NICK BARCLAY

NICK BARCLAY

STANDBY SAM NASH / JESSE KIPLINGER / ROY HUBLEY
THEATRE CREDITS: Dear England (National/Prince Edward); Charlotte and Theodore (Bath Theatre Royal); John Gabriel Borkman, Bach and Sons (Bridge); The Southbury Child (Bridge/Chichester); Private Lives, Murder with Love, Stone Cold Murder, Dial M for Murder, Murder Mistaken, The Titfield Thunderbolt, Strictly Murder, Strangers on a Train, The Fantastic Mr Fox, Dead Funny, Fly Me to the Moon and The Boundary (UK Tour); Going Ape (Dance Attic); Spider’s Web (Mill at Sonning); Twelfth Night, Engagement with Murder, The Odd Couple, The Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Queen Elizabeth Acting Company); Five Finger Exercise (Sidmouth Manor Pavilion); The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) (Popular Productions); Newsrevue (Canal Café); Romantic Comedy (Panache and Brio); The Gareth Jones Memorial Theatre, Dangerous Corner, One Man Protest, House Guest, Treasure Island, Run for Your Wife, Spider’s Web, Communicating Doors, Dancing at Lughnasa, Look Back in Anger (Bruce James); Round and Round the Garden, Boeing Boeing, Kind Hearts and Coronets, Private Lives, Wait Until Dark, The Long Mirror, Abigail’s Party, Educating Rita, Sleuth and Wait Until Dark (Charles Vance); Art and Stones in His Pockets (SH!); The Mousetrap, The 39 Steps (UK Tour). FILM CREDITS: City of Stories; Weekender; Red Mercury. SHORT FILM CREDITS: A Very British Cult. TELEVISION CREDITS: Jumbo: The Plane that Changed the World. TRAINING: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
CAROLINE SHEEN CAROLINE SHEEN

CAROLINE SHEEN

STANDBY KAREN NASH / MURIEL TATE / NORMA HUBLEY

CAROLINE SHEEN CAROLINE SHEEN

CAROLINE SHEEN

STANDBY KAREN NASH / MURIEL TATE / NORMA HUBLEY
THEATRE CREDITS: 9 To 5 The Musical (Savoy); City of Angels, Into the Woods (Donmar Warehouse); Putting it Together (St James); Rags (Lyric); Les Misérables (Palace/Queen’s), Mary Poppins (UK/US Tour; Helen Hayes Award); The Light in the Piazza (Leicester Curve); Dick Whittington (Barbican); Once in a Lifetime, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (National); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium); The Witches of Eastwick (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Mamma Mia! (Prince Edward); Grease (Cambridge/Victoria Palace); Camelot, Under Milk Wood, Crazy for You (Watermill); Kiss Me Kate (Kilworth); Only the Brave (Wales Millennium Centre). FILM CREDITS: Four Kids and It, Nativity Rocks, Les Misérables TELEVISION CREDITS: The Way; The Mallorca Files; The Sister Boniface Mysteries: The Book of Shadows; Ghosts; Silent Witness; Pitching In; The Rook; Press; Henry VIII Mind of a Tyrant; Doctors; Torchwood; Hotel Babylon.
JAMIE COYNE JAMIE COYNE

JAMIE COYNE

UNDERSTUDY BELLHOP / THE WAITER / BORDEN EISLER

JAMIE COYNE JAMIE COYNE

JAMIE COYNE

UNDERSTUDY BELLHOP / THE WAITER / BORDEN EISLER
THEATRE CREDITS INCLUDE: Glory Ride (Charing Cross); Wind in the Willows, Bells Are Ringing, Curtains, Burnt Part Boys (GSA); West Side Story (Royal Northern College of Music). COMMERCIAL CREDITS: Quality Street. WORKSHOP CREDITS: Rent; Parade; Guys and Dolls; The Glass Menagerie. TRAINING: Guildford School of Acting (Ambassador Theatre Group Scholarship Winner). Jamie is thrilled to be making his West End debut in Plaza Suite. He would like to thank his agent, Russell Smith Associates Ltd, for their constant support and also his family and friends for all of their love and encouragement. @jamiecoyne
HANNAH MORRISON HANNAH MORRISON

HANNAH MORRISON

UNDERSTUDY JEAN MCCORMACK / MIMSEY HUBLEY

HANNAH MORRISON HANNAH MORRISON

HANNAH MORRISON

UNDERSTUDY JEAN MCCORMACK / MIMSEY HUBLEY
THEATRE CREDITS: Truth/Reconciliation (Old Red Lion/Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Holy Land (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); The Railway Children, The Wizard of Oz (The Brewhouse/Arts Centre). TELEVISION CREDITS: Doctors (BBC); Lore (Amazon Studios); Industry (HBO/Bad Wolf). SHORT FILM CREDITS: Such A Lovely Day (BBC/Element Pictures). TRAINING: Italia Conti.

Neil Simon

Playwright

Neil Simon

Playwright
Neil Simon has been represented on Broadway by Come Blow Your Horn; Little Me; Barefoot in the Park; The Odd Couple (1965 Tony Award); Sweet Charity; The Star-Spangled Girl; Plaza Suite; Promises, Promises; Last of the Red Hot Lovers; The Gingerbread Lady; The Prisoner of Second Avenue; The Sunshine Boys; The Good Doctor; God’s Favorite; California Suite; Chapter Two; They’re Playing Our Song; I Ought to Be in Pictures; Fools; Brighton Beach Memoirs; Biloxi Blues (1985 Tony Award); the female version of The Odd Couple; Broadway Bound; Rumors; Lost in Yonkers (1991 Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award); Jake’s Women; The Goodbye Girl; Laughter on the 23rd Floor; Proposals; The Dinner Party; and 45 Seconds From Broadway. His Off-Broadway credits include London Suite. His films include Barefoot in the Park, The Odd Couple, The Out-of-Towners, Plaza Suite, The Heartbreak Kid, The Prisoner of Second Avenue, Murder by Death, The Sunshine Boys, The Goodbye Girl, The Cheap Detective, California Suite, Chapter Two, Seems Like Old Times, Only When I Laugh, I Ought to Be In Pictures, Max Dugan Returns, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Biloxi Blues, and Lost in Yonkers. Simon passed away in August 2018 at the age of 91.

John Benjamin Hickey

Director

John Benjamin Hickey

Director

John Benjamin Hickey most recently starred in the independent feature Lilly alongside Patricia Clarkson and will soon be seen in Salem’s Lot, based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King.  John Hickey’s film, Sublet, premiered at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival. Hickey has also appeared alongside Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford in Truth. Additionally, John can be seen in Get On Up, Pitch Perfect, Flags of Our Fathers, Talullah, Hostiles, The Anniversary Party, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Barry, Taking of the Pelham 123, and Mapplethorpe.

In television, John Hickey will next be seen in Marvel’s Daredevil: Born Again and recently starred across Uzo Aduba in the fourth season of the critically acclaimed series In Treatment. He has additionally received an Emmy Award nomination for his work on the Showtime series The Big C. John later went on to star in the critically acclaimed WGN America series Manhattan.  Other television credits include Gossip Girl, Jessica Jones, Modern Family, Hannibal, The New Normal, Sex and the City, Law & Order, and Mom.  He also had a recurring role as “Neil Gross” in The Good Wife and The Good Fight.

Hickey recently closed his Broadway directorial debut at the Hudson Theatre with the revival of Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. John also previously played Henry Wilcox in the acclaimed play, The Inheritance on Broadway and the West End London, for which he won a 2020 Outer Critics Circle award and was nominated for a 2020 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play. John additionally won the 2011 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play and a Drama Desk Award for his performance in The Normal Heart.

Brian MacDevitt

Lighting Design

Brian MacDevitt

Lighting Design
  

Jane Greenwood

Costume Design

Jane Greenwood

Costume Design
  

Jim Carnahan

Casting Director

Jim Carnahan

Casting Director
   

John Lee Beatty

Set Design

John Lee Beatty

Set Design
  

Marc Shaiman

Original Music

Scott Lehrer

Sound Design

Scott Lehrer

Sound Design