Shrek the Musical

directed by: michael john warren

Jenine Tesori (music director)

She has won an Obie award, the new York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, and the Lucille Lotrel Award for an outstanding Musical. When she joined the musical Shrek, she earned both a Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations for her music. She has also made music for Films Nights in Rodanthe, The Loss of a Teardrop diamond, The Little mermaid; Ariel's beginning, Shrek the Third, Mulan 2,and the emperors new groove, Kronk's New Groove.

David Lindsay-Abaire

He was born in Boston, Massachusetts .Besides Shrek the Musical he is also known for writing four screenplays like, ),[18] Inkheart (2008),[19] Poltergeist (2015)[20] and the film adaptation of Rabbit Hole.

Brian d'Arcy James = Shrek

Brian d’Arcy James is an award-winning theater, film, and television actor as well as a recording artist. He is known for Game Change (2012), Shrek the Musical (2013) and Ghost Town (2008). He is a three-time Tony nominee, and an Obie and Drama Desk Award winner for his work in the theater on Broadway and off-Broadway. His portrayal of the green ogre ‘Shrek’ in Shrek the Musical earned him one of his Tony nominations. James is now starring in the new Broadway musical Something Rotten at the St. James Theater. His lead performance as ‘Nick Bottom’ has been nominated for a 2015 Tony Award. His numerous recordings include his 2004 debut solo album From Christmas Eve to Christmas Morn, Shrek the Musical, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Carousel, Floyd Collins, The Wild Party, and Sweet Smell of Success.

Princess Fiona = Sutton Foster

Sutton Foster is an award winning actor, singer and dancer who has performed in 11 Broadway shows – most recently the revival of Violet – and originated roles in the Broadway productions of The Drowsy Chaperone, Little Women, Young Frankenstein, Shrek the Musical. She has been nominated for eight Tony Awards and has won two for her performances in Anything Goes and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Outside of Broadway she played the lead role in the short ABC Family comedy-drama, Bunheads from 2012 to 2013. She is currently starring in the TV Land comedy-drama, Younger as Liza Miller.