ANDREW CHAPPELLE – (Male Ensemble)
Broadway: Eddie in Mamma Mia! First National Tour: Priscilla Queen of the Desert Regional: North Carolina Theatre, McCarter Theatre, West Virginia Public Theatre. Film: Peter in Romeo and Juliet in Harlem and Hero (short.) CCM Alum and proud Equity member. Winner of Mr. Broadway 2012. Follow: @Achapphawk
JENNA DALLACCO – (Female Ensemble #1)
Jenna is delighted to be reprising her role as Tanya from Marry Harry's NYMF premiere this past summer. Select NYC credits: AMERICA'S SWEETHEART (Musicals Tonight), CRUEL SHOES (NYMF '12), and industry readings of WHISKEYLAND! and SINGLE GIRL SITCOM. Regional: OLIVER! (Westchester Broadway Theatre), and Heidi in [title of show] (Sandbox Theatre).Cabaret: Broadway Ballyhoo (Feinstein's at the Regency), Too Legit to Quit (Laurie Beechman Theatre), and Broadway By the Year (Town Hall). Upcoming: Anastasia Steele in 50 SHADES OF F***** UP (Brouk Moves/Sotomayor Productions). Jenna holds a BM from NYU Steinhardt and is a proud member of Actor's Equity. Love to all.
JILLIAN LOUIS – (Sherri)
Jillian is thrilled to Marry Harry again, having performed Sherri at NYSF, Amas and NYMF! TV/Film: Louie, Mount Joy, Wallflowers. NY: Off-Broadway: Soul Doctor. Regional: Walnut Street, Denver Center, St. Louis Rep, etc. Jillian is co-writing lyrics for new musical The Other Sex, and a novel. Next up: Marry Keith!! Please visit JillianLouis.com!
SUE-YENN NG – (Female Ensemble #2)
Sue-Yenn hails from a city halfway across the world in Malaysia. Even as a child, Sue-Yenn was passionate about the performing arts and brought home countless awards in singing and dancing competitions, including the champion title of Seventeen Magazine’s Star Search Competition. She is now living her dream in New York City. She enjoys baking and yoga during her free time. Sue-Yenn graduated with Magna Cum Laude from Western Michigan University with a BFA in Music Theatre Performance. Favorite credits include, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Miss Saigon, Chicago, Our Lady of 121st Street. I am grateful for my family and friends for the inspiration to keep going!
MICHELE RAGUSA – (Debby)
BROADWAY: “Young Frankenstein”; “Urinetown”; “Ragtime”; “A Class Act”; “Titanic” and “Cyrano”. Other NYC: “Adrift In Macao”– Primary Stages- Lortel/Drama League noms; Barrymore Award; “Disaster” – St. Lukes’s; “Craving For Travel” Playwrights Horizons. Regional : “Spamalot”; “Gypsy”; “Into The Woods”; “Kiss Me Kate”; “King and I”; “Singing In The Rain”; “Guys and Dolls”; “Annie”; “Drowsy Chaperone”; “Sweeney Todd”; “Lend Me A Tenor”.
DANNY RUTIGLIANO – (Big Harry)
Danny is a New Jersey native and happy to be performing with American Theatre Group. His Broadway and National Tour credits include BORN YESTERDAY, BILLY ELLIOT, THE LION KING (original Broadway and Los Angeles casts), HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE GOES PUBLIC. He played the title role in FIORELLO! for City Centre’s Encores! Other shows at Encores! include BELLS ARE RINGING, KISMET, THE NEW MOON and ONE TOUCH OF VENUS. Off-Broadway appearances include SILK STOCKINGS, HOLLYWOOD PINAFORE, GODSPELL, YIDDLE WITH A FIDDLE, DAYDREAMS-THE MUSIC AND MAGIC OF DORIS DAY, TOPPER, LADY LIBERTY, RAPUNZEL and SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON. He starred in the New York and International tour of Cirque du Soleil’s BANANA SHPEEL. Among his awards are the L.A. Ovation award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his performance as Timon in THE LION KING and most recently a Helen Hayes nomination for Outstanding Ensemble for his performance of Marcus Lycus in Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM. Television credits include “Blue Bloods”, “Elementary”, “Bored to Death”, “Without a Trace”, “Law & Order”, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, “Law & Order: SVU”, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” (original pilot), “Three Sisters”, “Brothers Garcia”, “Naked Brothers Band”and “The Equalizer”. Film credits include “13”, “The Producers”, “Goodfellas”, and the voice of Timothy Mouse in Disney’s “Dumbo II”. He has appeared extensively in regional theatre and has done countless commercials and voiceovers. He recently completed the workshop of the Broadway bound DINER by Barry Levinson with a score by Sheryl Crow and direction and choreography by Kathleen Marshall. His favorite role is husband to Jacqueline Monroe. They currently live in the Hudson Valley. dannyrutigliano.com
HOWIE MICHAEL SMITH – (Little Harry)
Howie played the dual roles of Princeton/Rod over 1000 times in the Broadway production of Avenue Q. Regional: Avenue Q (Ogunquit), I Love You, You’re Perfect… (Engeman), A Christmas Carol (Ford’s Theatre), 1776, Carousel (Marriott Theatre), As You Like It (Chicago Shakespeare), The Tempest (Dallas Shakespeare), Tribute to Sondheim (Pittsburgh Pops), Bill Nelson‘s All Male Revue (Barrington), Singin’ in the Rain, Brigadoon, Oliver, Joseph and the Amazing…. BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. Howie is the creator of the sketch comedy channel Sillyocity ILYJSR
APRIL WOODALL – (Francine)
April is excited to be working with the wonderfully talented creators and cast of Marry Harry. Other recent performances include the title role in Souvenir - a fantasia on the life of Florence Foster Jenkins at the Cortland Repertory Theatre in Cortland, NY (SALT nomination for Best Actress Award); The Sound of Music at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Florida (Carbonell Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical;) Gray Matters (Outstanding Lead Actress, Midtown International Theatre Festival;) as well as Ruth in The Pirates of Penzance at the Bristol Riverside Theatre; Nunsense at The Devon; La Cage aux folles at Gateway Playhouse; Little Women, Arsenic and Old Lace, Damn Yankees at Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre, MO; Smoke on the Mountain at the Hedgerow Theatre; and Thoroughly Modern Millie at Media Theatre. Proud member of Actors’ Equity. Love always to E & C.
TAMARA YOUNG – (Ping)
Tamara Young (Ping) is elated to being doing her first production at the Hamilton Stage! BFA in Music Theatre at Shenandoah University. Regional: Miss Saigon, Dreamgirls, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The Wiz, Aida, Hairspray, Seussical The Musical, Show Boat, West Side Story. Thanks TKO, My supportive and loving family and above all God! Romans 8:28