ALEX BOWEN (Children's
Broadway credits include: "Sound of Music" (Kurt),
"King and I" (Louis), "Cabaret" (voice of
Boy Soprano) National Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Whistle Down
The Wind" directed by Hal Prince, and "Beauty and the
Beast" (created the role of 'Chip'). Staged readings include:
Stephen Schwartz's "Children of Eden". TV credits include:
"Another World" (Greg Hudson), "Law & Order",
"Dana Carvey Show", and "Late Night with David
Letterman". Recordings include: "Cabaret" (The
New Broadway Cast Recordings), and "Broadway Kids Sing Broadway".
(Children's Ensemble) Broadway credits include: "The Sound of Music"
(created the role of Marta), and "Les Miserables" (young
Cosette). Staged readings include: Stephen Schwartz's "Children
of Eden". Feature films include: "Highball", and
"New York Crossing". TV credits include: "Law
and Order", "All My Children", "David Letterman",
and "Late Night with Conan O'Brien". Recordings include:
"The Sound of Music" - '98 Revival Original Cast Recording,
"Night of the Hunter", as Pearl Concept CD/Varese Sarabande.
Kaye's career includes burlesque, vaudeville, Broadway, nightclubs,
movies, records, radio, and television. Broadway's "The
Golden Apple" landed her on the cover of Life magazine,
and gave her the hit recording "Lazy Afternoon." Stage
credits include: "Carnival", "Cole Porter Revisited",
"Pirates of Penzance", "Nunsense" (1987 Carbonnell
Best Actress in a Musical
(Children's Ensemble) Broadway credits include: "Les Miserables"
(Igavroche), "Beauty and the Beast" (Chip), Nat'l "Whistle
Down The Wind" (created the role of Poor Baby), Lincoln
Center "Annie Get Your Gun" with Patti Lupone, Peter
Gallagher, and Eli Wallach. Staged readings include: Stephen
Schwartz's "Children OF Eden". TV credits include:
HBO animated series "A Little Curious" (voice of Bob
the Ball), "Law and Order", and "All My Children".
(Children's Ensemble) Jullian has appeared on Broadway in Alan Mencken's
"A Christmas Carol" at Madison Square Garden. Regional
credits include: "Annie", "Wait Until Dark"
(Gloria), "Street Scene" (Mary Hildebrand), and "Oliver!"
(orphan). TV credits include: "Law and Order", and
"Another World". Recordings include: "Broadway
Kids Sing Broadway".
Jeff is thrilled to be part of a project which calls for his
particular combination of talents in "Z". As a musical
theatre performer he has done such roles as Fagin in "Oliver",
Nicely Nicely in "Guys And Dolls" and El Gallo in "The
Fantasticks". His numerous TV and film credits include appearances
on "New York Undercover", "Late Night with Conan
Obrien", and as a regular inmate in the critically acclaimed
HBO series "OZ". He was featured as a singing homeless
man in the Woody Allen film "Everyone Says I Love You"'
and recently landed a day player role in the upcoming Spike Lee
film "Summer of Sam". As a fighter and stunt player
he has been a sword for hire for ten years, and currently works
as a jouster for the Hanlon Lees Action Theater.
Born in New Jersey, Isabel began her dance training as a child
at the Joffrey Ballet and Washington Ballet Schools. She performed
with the Alborada Spanish Dance Theater and at various tableaus
in NYC, Long Island, and NJ, including, most recently, with Reynaldo
Rincon. She studied jazz with Miguel Godreau (of the Alvin Ailey
Co.), and modern dance with Sabatino Verlezza (of the May O'Donnell
Co.) with whom she has performed. Isabel studied flamenco, Escuela
Bolera, and neo classical Spanish dance in NYC and Madrid, with
Antonio del Castillo, Jose Molina, Carmela Greco, Mariano Parra,
and Jerane Michele. She also formed Danzas Espandolas with Barbara
Romero in 1998 (Co-director).
Trish has performed in various theatre, film and television shows.
New York State credits include performances at SoHo Rep, Sullivan
Street Playhouse, The Lambs Theater, Samuel Beckett Theater and
Caroline's Comedy Club. Her training includes studies at the
American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, and a Masters
of Fine Arts in acting from Brooklyn College where she studied
with Academy Award winner F. Murray Abraham.
David has been singing the music of "Z" for almost
two years now---and let there be no end in sight! He has appeared
in such national tours as "Oliver", "City of Angels"
and "Grand Hotel". Having started performing at the
age of thirteen, and singing even earlier, David left the cushy
9 to 5 life of civil service to pursue performing full-time.
He studied music and voice at the University of Maryland near
his hometown of Columbia, Maryland. After college he continued
to perform in the D.C. area while working in computer support
for the Department of Defense. Now concentrating on his stage
career, David's regional credits include Archibald Craven in
"The Secret Garden", the Phantom in Maury Yeston's
"Phantom", the Dentist in "Little Shop of Horrors",
Louis in "Lost in Yonkers", El Gallo in "The Fantasticks",
and Che in "Evita".
Barbarah played Anita in the Concert Presentations of "Z"
at the Lambs Theatre. In addition she has numerous Off-Broadway
and Regional Theatre credits, playing such roles as Eva in "Evita",
and the Beggar Woman in "Jerry Herman's Broadway" starring
George Hearn, Lee Roy Reams and Jerry Herman at South Coast Repertory
Theatre in California. She is currently represented by the Gilchrist
Barbara has studied and performed a variety of Spanish dance
forms such as flamenco, escuela bolera, neo-classical, and jota.
She has studied both in the U.S. and Spain and has recently added
the study of flamenco singing. Ms. Romero has toured the U.S.
five times as a soloist with the Boston Flamenco Ballet, has
performed with the Carlota Santana Spanish Dance Arts Company,
and was featured for three years at Meson Asturias in Paco Montes'
Flamenco Show, in addition to appearing with Romeria Flamenca.
She is currently artistic director of Danzas Espanolas. Her other
training includes ballet, modern, and Middle-Eastern dance. Ms.
Romero teaches Spanish dance, and maintains a Zen Shiatsu practice.
Parker is proud to be involved with the CD recording of "Z
The Masked Musical" and was a member of the ensemble for
the original concert presentations at the Lambs Theatre in 1997.
His favorite roles include Archie in "The Secret Garden",
Lancelot in "Camelot" and Wolf/Prince in "Into
This is Randy's second collaboration with Robert Cabell. He originated
the role of Rusty in Robert's "Two Hearts Over Easy"
appearing Off-Broadway at the Actors Playhouse. Randy has a recurring
role on ABC's "All my Children" and has appeared on
"The Guiding Light" and "Another World".
Randy is most proud of his joint collaboration with his wife
Amy in producing Zachary Michael Weiss.
(Ensemble/Asst.to Mr. Cabell) Joanie has had extensive musical theatre
experience from star stock, to national tours, to regional and
diner theaters throughout the country. Most recently she played
the role of Melissa in "State Fair" at the Carousel
Dinner Theater in Akron, Ohio where she had previously played
Meg in "Damn Yankees". A select few favorite past roles
are Agnes in "I D! I Do!", Domina in "Forum",
Sarah in "Guys and Dolls" and understudying the title
role in the Hal Prince national tour of "Evita". Joanie's
versatility also includes feature roles in several small independent
films, as well as commercials, industrials, trade shows, voice
overs and jingles. She played Mickey Mouse and Pinocchio in a
production of "Disney On Parade" with a special appearance
at the White House. Bob Cabell's musical "Z" holds
a special place in her heart having participated in the last
several workshop productions. She is thrilled to be a part of
this exceptional CD.
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