Douglas Sills


Douglas Sills can currently be seen in the HBO original series “The Gilded Age.” He received Tony & Drama Desk Award nominations for his performance in The Scarlet Pimpernel on Broadway. Other Broadway/New York: War Paint; Living on Love; Little Shop of Horrors (Drama League Award); Nantucket Sleighride; Mack & Mabel, Hey Look Me Over, Lady Be Good, Music in the Air, Carnival (Encores). National Tour: The Addams Family; The Secret Garden; Into the Woods. Regional: starring roles at La Jolla, Long Wharf, Westport, Kennedy Center, South Coast Rep, Reprise, California Shakespeare Festival. Other TV/Film: “Christmas on the Square” for Netflix, “Katy Keene”, “Chicago Justice,” “CSI,” “The Closer,” “Numb3rs,” “Will & Grace,” “Erotic Fire of the Unattainable,” “Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo.”

Previous MV Performance: Anyone Can Whistle (2022)

Kevin Chamberlin


A three-time Tony nominated actor for Dirty Blonde, Seussical, and the Addams Family. Additional Broadway credits include The Ritz, Chicago, Triumph of Love, My Favorite Year, Abe Lincoln in Illinois and most recently The Wizard in Wicked. Kevin is a recent Helen Hayes Award winner for his performance as Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys & Dolls at The Kennedy Center. In Los Angeles, Kevin has starred in Hair, Spamalot and West Side Story at the Hollywood Bowl, and Little Shop of Horrors at Pasadena Playhouse. During the pandemic, Kevin wrote a song and performed in Ratatouille: The TikToK musical. It was the first crowd-sourced musical ever written, and raised over 2 million dollars for the Entertainment Community. His film credits include Charlie in Die Hard With A Vengeance, In and Out, Suspect Zero, Taking Woodstock directed by Ang Lee, Lucky Number Slevin, The Road to Perdition directed by Sam Mendes, Christmas with the Kranks, Trick, and most recently The Prom costarring with Meryl Streep, and Nicole Kidman. Kevin’s numerous TV credits include Outer Range, Grace and Frankie, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Modern Family, Younger, Heroes, CSI:NY, Frasier, nip/tuck, Ed, Without A Trace, Kingpin, According to Jim, Law and Order SVU and the upcoming Duster (HBO) and The Really Loud House (Nickelodeon). Family audiences will recognize him as the lovable butler, Bertram on Disney Channel’s long running hit sitcom, Jessie. Tiktok: @Chamberlin_Kevin

Previous MV Performance: Of Thee I Sing (2017), Let 'Em Eat Cake (2019)

Marc Kudisch


Marc Kudisch has been seen on and off Broadway, Modern Opera, Television and Film for the past 30 years, recently completing a costarring turn in GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY at The Belasco Theatre, his 15th Broadway show. He has been nominated for the Tony Award three times, as Trevor Graydon in THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, Baron Bomburst in CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG and Franklin Hart in 9 TO 5, and is a Drama Desk Award winner for his work Off Broadway in THE WAYSIDE MOTOR INN at The Signature Theatre.

Opera credits include Carl Magnus in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC for NYCOpera/LA Opera, The Pirate King in PIRATES OF PENZANCE for NYCOpera, Henry Kissinger in A NEW PRINCE for Dutch National Opera, Joshua Crouch in ANATOMY THEATER for Prototype Festival/ LA Opera and The Older Man in TRADE for Prototype Festival/LA Opera.

TV/Film credits include Dr Gus on BILLIONS (Showtime), Ty Rathbone on THE TICK (Amazon), Billy Kastner on LATE NIGHT (Amazon), Roger Wade on MINDHUNTER (Netflix)

Currently, Marc is in development with the new opera ADORATION for the Prototype Festival this January in NYC and LA Opera this spring.

Previous MV Performance: Not the Messiah (2014

Chuck Cooper


Proud union actor for over 45 years, 17 Broadway plays and musicals from Shakespeare to Sondhiem, 2 Tony nominations, 1 win, a Lucille Lortel Award, 2 Drama Desk Nominations, numerous film and TV guest starring appearances. Favorite role is Eddie, Alex and Lilli’s father. Gratefully married to playwright Deborah Brevoort.

Previous MV Performance: The Mikado (2012), Of Thee I Sing (2017), and Let 'Em Eat Cake (2019)

Peter Bartlett


Broadway: Mrs Doubtfire, She Loves Me, Something Rotten, Cinderella, The Drowsy Chaperone, A Free Man of Color, Beauty and the Beast, The Frogs.
Off-Broadway: Mr. Charles, Currently of Palm Beach; The Music of Jacob Sterling; The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told(Drama Desk nomination). Film: Disney’s the Princess and the Frog, The Producers, Meet the Parents, Jeffrey.
TV: “Only Murders in the Building”, “Law and Order”, “One Life to Live”(
20 years as Nigel).

Dylan Baker


DYLAN BAKER Theatre: Bernhardt/Hamlet, The Front Page, The Audience, God of Carnage, November, Mauritius, La Bête (Tony & Drama Desk nominations), Not About Heroes(Obie Award), Homebody/Kabul. Film: Miss Sloane; Selma; Happiness (IFP Gotham Award & Independent Spirit Award nomination); Anchorman 2Spiderman 2 and 3; Secretariat; Revolutionary Road; Head of State; Road to Perdition; Trick ‘r Treat; Disclosure; Planes Trains & Automobiles; The Long Walk Home; Fido; Thirteen Days. Television: “Hunters” “Little Women,” “Homeland,” “The Americans,” “I’m Dying Up Here,” “The Good Wife” (Three Emmy Award Nominations).  Feature Film Directorial Debut: 23 Blast available on Netflix.

Jordan Donica


Jordan Donica most recently starred as Sir Lancelot in the Lincoln Center Theater production of Camelot, for which he received a Tony nomination. He previously starred as Jordan Chase in the CW’s Charmed. He originated the role of Freddy Eynsford-Hill in the Tony-nominated Lincoln Center Theater production of My Fair Lady, and previously starred as Raoul in the historic Broadway production of The Phantom of the Opera. New York: Into the Woods (Rapunzel’s Prince). Tour: 1st National (SF/LA) Hamilton (Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson). Concerts:  Washington National Opera, Pasadena Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony and Lincoln Center Theater’s Camelot. Featured performer at the American Songbook Hall of Fame. Directing: The Exonerated, in conjunction with the Center on Wrongful Convictions, Little Prints by Anna Mulhall. “Every day is a gift”.

Candice Corbin


Vocalist Candice Corbin, is originally from Stuart, FL.  Following her collegiate career at Stetson University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in music and digital arts, she relocated to New York City.  Candice’s musical versatility has provided her the opportunity to perform in various projects, in venues throughout the city, including Rockwood Music Hall, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New Amsterdam Theatre, 54 Below and Joe’s Pub.

Nathan Lane


His most recent production, Pictures From Home, marked Mr. Lane’s 25th Broadway play. He made his debut in the 1982 revival of Noel Coward’s Present Laughter, followed by Merlin, The Wind in the Willows, Some Americans Abroad, On Borrowed Time, Guys and Dolls (Tony nomination, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Love! Valour! Compassion!, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Producers, The Play What I Wrote, The Frogs, The Odd Couple, Butley, November, Waiting For Godot, The Addams Family, The Nance, It’s Only A Play, The Front Page, Angels in America, Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus, and the Goodman Theater production at BAM of The Iceman Cometh. He has been seen Off-Broadway in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Common Pursuit, The Lisbon Traviata, Lips Together, Teeth Apart, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Measure for Measure directed by Joe Papp, The Film Society, Mizlansky/Zilinsky or Schmucks, She Stoops to Conquer, Trumbo, and Do Re Mi at Encores.
On television he has been seen in numerous guest roles including Frasier, Mad About You, Sex and the City, 30 Rock, Absolutely Fabulous, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Difficult People, and The Blacklist as well as recurring roles on The
Good Wife and Modern Family, The People vs. OJ and Penny Dreadful: City of Angels. He can currently be seen as Ward McAllister in The Gilded Age and as Teddy Dimas in Only Murders in the Building.
His 35+ films include Ironweed, Frankie and Johnny, Life With Mikey, The Lion King, Jeffrey, The Birdcage, Mouse Hunt, Stuart Little, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Nicholas Nickleby, Teacher’s Pet, The Producers, Swing Vote, Mirror, Mirror, and No Pay Nudity. He was recently seen in the new A24 film, Ari Aster’s Beau Is Afraid and Dicks: The Musical, and will be heard in the new Skydance/
Apple animated film, Spellbound. Lane has won multiple Tony and Drama Desk Awards, as well as three Emmys and a SAG award. In 2006 he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and in 2008 he was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame.