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Based on the Disney film written by BOB TZUDIKER and NONI WHITE
Originally produced on Broadway by Disney Theatrical Productions

May 2nd - 12th, 2019 | Byham Theater

Orchestrations by Danny Troob
Incidental Music and Vocal Arrangements by Michael Kosarin
Dance Arrangements by Mark Hummel

is presented through special arrangement with
Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

The Newsboys Strike of 1899


Not a typical "fairy tale" Disney story.

The 1899 strike depicted in Newsies is based on a real life historical event: the longest and most significant of ten newsies’ strikes that took place in New York City between 1886 and 1948. The beginning of the Spanish-American War in 1898 had sparked a boom in the newspaper business, and circulations exploded as customers snatched up papers as fast as they could, eager for the news from the front.

Newspapers did everything they could to outdo one another and spent exorbitant amounts of money on eye-catching front pages and eyewitness accounts. To make up some of the money, they raised the wholesale price for the newsies from 50 to 60 cents per hundred. The newsies didn’t feel the pinch as much because they were enjoying a rise in their profits from the additional demand. But by the summer of 1899, the war had long ended and circulation declined.

Almost all of the papers rolled their wholesale price back to 50 cents, except Joseph Pulitzer’s World and William Randolph Hearst’s Journal as the two largest publishers, Hearst and Pulitzer figured that they would be able to maintain their prices and that the newsies would continue to buy from them. As the newsies sold fewer papers each week, the cost difference became harder to manage, and a strike commenced against these two papers beginning on July 20, 1899 and ending on August 2, 1899.

During that time, the kids drew support from newsies all over the Northeast, as well as other young workers. Though the kids banded together, at times things became violent – scabs were attacked on the streets, their papers ripped from their hands and destroyed to prevent their sale.

The publishers did not take the strike seriously until advertisers started making requests to get their bills adjusted. The newsies eventually came to a compromise with the publishers: They would purchase their papers at the higher price, but the publishers would buy back any papers that the newsies couldn’t sell. This was more valuable to the newsies than a lower price would have been, as it allowed them to buy papers without the risk of losing money for any that went unsold.

After the successful resolution of the newsies’ strike nearly two weeks after it began, two other children’s strikes quickly followed in New York City: The shoe-shine boys wanted a wage increase, and messengers were opposed to the 50-cent “tax” they were being charged every week for their uniforms. An irreversible revolution of child laborers had begun.

Timeline of the Strike

Director & Fight Choreographer Trey Compton
Choreographer Natalie Malotke
Music Director Dr. Francesca Tortorello
Sound Designer Greg Brooks
Costume Designer Tony Sirk
Lighting Designer Todd Nonn
Scenic Designer Kevin Kocher
Scenic Charge Leah Blackwood
Technical Director Jonathan T. Sage
Production Stage Manager Gemma Leigh Williamson
Props Master Amber Kocher
Executive Artistic Director Colleen Doyno
Founding Director Dr. Ken Gargaro


Jack Kelly * David Toole
Katherine Plumber Whitney Noelle
Davey Jacobs Patrick J. Clarke
Les Jacobs † Luca Boudreau
Joseph Pulitzer * Allan Snyder
Crutchie Niko Touros
Medda Larkin Myah Davis
Spot Conlon Jordan Schreiber
Wiesel * Michael Misko
Oscar Delancey Lawrence Karl
Morris Delancey Zander Lyons
Snyder Hank Fodor
Mr. Jacobi * Michael Misko
Governor Theodore Roosevelt Joe York
Albert Zakk Mannella
Buttons Victor M. Aponte
Elmer Ryan Corridoni
Finch * Brad Trump
Henry * Larry A. Lozier Jr.
Mush Gabriel Florentino
Race † Benjamin Godley-Fisher
Specs Darrin Mosley
Romeo / Bill Ryan P. Cyr
Tommy Boy Derrek Etter
Jo Jo * Taylor Hilt Mitchell
Darcy Ryan Corridoni
Seitz Connor Bahr
Bunsen Joe York
Hannah Emmi Bills
Nunzio / Guard Hank Fodor
Bowery Beauties Meredith Doyle, Marin Rose
Nuns Myah Davis, Meredith Doyle, Marin Rose
Katherine’s Escort † Brecken Farrell
Policemen Connor Bahr, Joe York
Mayor * Michael Misko
Scabs † Brecken Farrell, † Joshua Page, † Nick Staso
Goon † Peter Stamerra
Brooklyn Newsies † Brecken Farrell, † Jo† Hank Temple
Bronx Newsies Lawrence Karl, Zander Lyons
Swing Gabe DeRose


Jack Kelly Zander Lyons
Katherine Plumber Meredith Doyle
Davey Jacobs † Peter Stamerra
Crutchie † Brecken Farrell
Finch, Jo Jo † Joshua Page
Henry, Elmer † Nick Staso

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association - the union of professional actors & stage managers in the United States of America

† Student of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory at Pittsburgh Musical Theater

Musical Synopsis

Act I
“Overture” Orchestra
“Santa Fe (Prologue)” Jack, Crutchie
“Carrying the Banner” Jack & Newsies
“The Bottom Line” Pulitzer, Seitz, Bunsen, Hannah
“Carrying the Banner (Reprise)” Newsies
“That’s Rich” Medda
“I Never Planned on You/Don’t Come a-Knocking” Jack, Bowery Beauties
“The World Will Know” Jack, Davey, & Newsies
“The World Will Know (Reprise)” Newsies
“Watch What Happens” Katherine
“Seize the Day” Davey, Jack, & Newsies
“Santa Fe” Jack
Act II
Entr’acte Orchestra
“King of New York” Davey, Katherine, Les, & Newsies
“Letter from the Refuge” Crutchie
“Watch What Happens (Reprise)” Race, Davey, Katherine, & Les, Jack
“The Bottom Line (Reprise)” Pulitzer, Seitz, & Bunsen
“Brooklyn’s Here” Spot Conlon & Newsies
“Something to Believe In” Katherine & Jack
“Seize the Day (Reprise)” Newsies
“Once and for All” Jack, Davey, Katherine, & Newsies
“The World Will Know (Reprise)” Newsies
“Finale” Company

Newsboys selling papers (1910)

Headline from July 24th, 1899 - Evening edition of the Pawtucket Times

Who's Who

Cast of Newsies

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association - the union of professional actors & stage managers in the United States of America

† Student of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory at Pittsburgh Musical Theater

VICTOR M. APONTE (Buttons) is overwhelmed with joy to be returning to the Byham Theater alongside such a powerhouse cast. Since receiving a BFA in Theatre from Clarion University, he’s worked locally with Pittsburgh CLO, Prime Stage Theatre, Asylum Entertainment, Mariposa Theatre for Young Audiences, and Throughline Theatre Company. Víctor would like to thank Trey, Natalie, and all of his forever friends at PMT for this wonderful opportunity. It’s truly a privilege to get to tell this exhilarating story. So much gratitude is owed to his family, friends, and mentors for their endless support. After this, Víctor will be making his 12 Peers Theater debut in Everybody.

CONNOR BAHR (Seitz, Policeman) is very thankful to Trey for the opportunity to work with this fine group of professionals and his first appearance on the Byham. Thank you to the entire cast and crew, including his good friends Alan, Dave, and Joe. Recent appearances include Singin’ In The Rain(Roscoe Dexter), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Signor Pirelli), and Ragtime (Willie Conklin) at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center. He also recently directed and produced the Pittsburgh Premiere of The Bridges of Madison County with Carnivale Theatrics. As always, thank you to Justin and Bobby.

EMMI BILLS (Hannah) is delighted to be back at PMT, after having just spent some time with the Little Sisters of Hoboken in Nunsense: The Mega Musical (Sister Mary Brendan). Other recent credits include Gypsy (Electra), Big Fish (Sandra Bloom), My Fair Lady (Mrs. Pearce), and Always… Patsy Cline (Patsy Cline). She also recently spent a year with Madcap Puppets as a touring actor and puppeteer, performing muppet-style puppet shows for kids and families across the Midwest! She is a graduate of the Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University, with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Thanks always to her family, Sam, and Travis for continuing to tell her to go play. []

LUCA BOUDREAU † (Les Jacobs) is currently a student at the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory. He spends all day Saturday soaking up all the wonderful elements of the world of theater. He is constantly listening to and learning the lyrics and dialogue to every Broadway show he can get his hands on. Luca is a voracious reader and loves quizzing anyone around him on historical, geographical and scientific oddities. He has participated in many PMT productions to date. Recently he was “Perchik” in Fiddler on the Roof. He’s also played “Young Bob” in a Lyrical Christmas Carol, “Wacky” in Annie, and “Ryan” in High School Musical. He would like to thank his voice teacher, Anna Singer, as well as the amazing PMT instructors for sharing their wealth of knowledge and experience. Finally, thanks to the cast of Newsies for their incredible kindness and patience with a young aspiring actor!

PATRICK J. CLARKE (Davey Jacobs) is so excited to be back at Pittsburgh Musical Theater after growing up a PMT Kid. Currently based in New York City, Patrick is a Pittsburgh native and received his BFA from West Virginia University’s School of Theatre & Dance. Recent credits include two productions of A Chorus Line (Don Kerr and Al Deluca), Newsies (Race), As You Like It (Orlando), Assassins (Charles J. Guiteau), and Noises Off (Frederick). Many thanks to family and friends for the constant support! | @PatrickJClarke

RYAN CORRIDONI (Elmer, Darcy) is so excited to be selling papers once again, reviving the same role he did in the regional premiere of Disney’s Newsies in Orlando, FL! A steel city native, making his Pittsburgh debut! Other credits: Barfee in …Putnam County Spelling Bee (McCarter Theatre), Eubie in The Happy Elf, Disney’s Newsies, (Orlando Repertory Theatre), Spamalot (Kravis Center), Bobby in A Chorus Line, 42nd Street (Weathervane Playhouse), RWS Entertainment Group. Graduate of Marymount Manhattan College. Special thanks to family and friends for endless support and unconditional love. []

RYAN P. CYR (Romeo, Bill) a Connecticut native, trained at Broadway Method Academy and the Performing Arts Center of Connecticut before pursuing a degree in jazz dance from Point Park University. Recent credits include: West Side Story (2016-2018 International Tour), Evita (Westport Country Playhouse), Kiss Me, Kate (Virginia Musical Theater), and Damn, Yankees/Chicago (Park Playhouse) where he served as associate choreographer. @ryanpcyr / []

MYAH DAVIS (Medda Larkin, Ensemble) is thrilled to be back on stage with her PMT family. She has her BA in Communication/Theatre from Robert Morris University and has been working professionally in the musical theater industry as both an actor and a stage manager since 2012 with companies like Pittsburgh CLO, Robert Morris Colonial Theater and many more. As always she thanks her Mommy and Grammy for their continued love and support in every endeavor she pursues!

GABE DEROSE (Swing) is a graduate of Point Park University with a BA in musical theatre. Favorite credits include Bye Bye Birdie (Conrad Birdie), Footloose (Chuck Cranston), Hunchback of Notre Dame (Congregation/Phoebus U/S), Hairspray (Link Larkin), and The Drowsy Chaperone (Feldzig). He would like to thank his family and friends for their constant love and support.

MEREDITH DOYLE (Bowery Beauty, Ensemble, U/S: Katherine) is thrilled to be making her PMT debut in Newsies! She was last seen in Pittsburgh as Rhoda in Front Porch Theatrical’s A New Brain, and some of her other recent credits include My Fair Lady (Eliza Doolittle), How to Succeed in Business (Rosemary), Gypsy (Ms. Crachitt, Rose u/s), and Avenue Q (Bad Idea Bear.) Thanks always to Mom and Dad for helping her pursue her dreams and Alex for believing in her!

DEREK ETTER (Tommy Boy) is elated to be making his professional debut with Pittsburgh Musical Theater. He feels like a steel city star performing in Newsies at the Byham Theater! His past theatre credits include Race in Newsies, Georg in Spring Awakening, and Dog Boy in Sideshow. He would like to thank his huge theatre family for their continued support and most importantly his sister Ethan for letting him steal his role. Que le spectacle commence!

BRECKEN FARRELL † (Scab, Katherine’s Escort, Brooklyn Newsie, U/S: Crutchie) is grateful to be cast in one of his favorite musicals alongside this incredible cast. He is a Pre-College Student at The Richard E. Rauh Conservatory and a Junior at Knoch High School. He was most recently seen as Brother Timothy in Nunsense. Some of his favorite credits include Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde (Jekyll and Hyde), Curly McClain (Oklahoma!), The Leading Player (Pippin), Freddy Benson (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), Gaston (Beauty and The Beast), Mark Cohen (RENT), George Berger (HAIR), Frederick Barrett (Titanic), Bobby Strong (Urinetown), Tobias Ragg (Sweeney Todd), Tin Man (The Wizard of Oz), Billy Lawlor (42nd Street), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Gargoyle) and many others. Sincere thanks to Trey, Colleen, Brady, Gemma, every instructor at PMT and the entire production staff of Newsies for believing in him and pushing him to be his very best. Thank you for singing along, David Toole. All the love in the world to his family. 1 Corinthians 10:31.

GABRIEL FLORENTINO (Mush) is a recent Point Park University BFA Musical Theatre Graduate (Minor In Dance). He is incredibly honored and elated to be back in Pittsburgh working on one of Disney’s best shows with PMT. Past credits include - New London Barn Playhouse: Modred (Camelot), Rodrigo (Little Women), Ensemble (42nd street), Finch (Newsies), as well as Thad in North Shore Music Theatre’s Hairspray. Most recently you might of seen him in the world premiere of Old Man and The Sea (Manolin) with THE REP at the new Pittsburgh playhouse. Endless thanks to his Mother, family, and friends for the endless support! To the cast and crew: Newsies Forever!

HANK FODOR (Snyder, Nunzio, Guard) is delighted to make his Pittsburgh Musical Theater debut portraying Snyder/Nunzio/Guard. He has performed in The Secret Garden, Children of Eden, and Jesus Christ Superstar with Stage Right Greensburg as well as Little Shop of Horrors and The Birds at The Huron Playhouse in Huron, OH. An Indiana University of Pennsylvania Theatre graduate, Hank also works with Ramming Speed Productions, a film company in Pittsburgh, and has most recently played Adolpho Pirelli in Split Stage Productions, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. He would like to thank his family, friends and of course, the cast and crew of Newsies for a wonderful experience!

BENJAMIN GODLEY-FISHER † (Race) is thrilled to be back on the Byham stage and in his second run of Newsies! He is a student of PMT’s Richard E. Rauh Conservatory, Pittsburgh CLO Academy, and Pittsburgh CAPA. Previous Credits: Newsies (Newsboy), The Little Mermaid (Flounder), Beauty and the Beast (Cogsworth), Sister Act (Pablo), Tarzan (Young Terk), Oliver! (Oliver), and Annie (Bert Healy). Thank you to Colleen and all my teachers who have supported me through ten years at PMT, and the entire cast, crew, and production team!

TAYLOR HILT MITCHELL * (Jo Jo) feels like he is the “King of New York” because he’s making his PMT debut with this incredible cast and creative team! National Tour: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Tumbling Carpet), The Wizard of Oz (Mayor of Munchkin City), Suessical: The Musical (Wickersham Brother/Vocal Captain). Regional: Capital Rep: MAMMA MIA! (Eddie, Dance Captain), A Christmas Story (Chief Male Elf). Actor’s Playhouse: It Shoulda Been You (Brian), Carousel (Enoch Snow, Jr.), Evita (Dance Captain), Memphis (Perry Como, Dance Captain, Associate Choreographer). Special thanks to Brian, Jennifer, Shannon, Nic, Omar, Mason, Morgan, Kyra and Kaiden for their love and support. Proud graduate of Catholic University and proud AEA member. @taylorHmitchell Thankful. “Now is the time to Seize the Day!”

LAWRENCE KARL (Oscar Delancey, Bronx Newsie) is overjoyed to be returning to The Byham stage for PMT’s production of Newsies! Some of his credits include: Of Mice And Men (Whit) and When Rom Coms Go Bad (Cary) with Primestage Theatre, Ubu Roi (Paladin Lap) with Throughline Theatre, Heathers the Musical (Ram Sweeney) with Duquesne Red Masquers, The Little Mermaid (Ensemble) with PMT, Arriba! Arriba! The Roberto Clemente Story (Swing) with The Pittsburgh CLO, Equus (Horse/Alan Strang u/s) with The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Pippin (Lewis) with Princeton Summer Theatre, and A Pirates Tale (Robert) with Shadows and Flames Productions. He has also performed in the Edinburg Festival Fringe in a production of Dark North (Daniel DarkNorth) and an adaption of Electra: An American Gothic (Orestes). He received his B.A. in Theatre and his B.A. in Dance from Slippery Rock University. Always believe that love, loyalty, and friendship will guide you through life.

LARRY A. LOZIER JR. * (Henry, Dance Captain) is ecstatic to join the Pittsburgh Musical Theater family! Recent credits: CATS National Tour (final two years), Evita (Casa Manana), Music Man (John W. Engeman), CATS (Casa Manana) Hello Dolly (TBTS), A Chorus Line (TBTS), Urban Cowboy (TUTS), Joseph...Dreamcoat (Casa Manana) Disney Cruise Line and Celebrity Cruise Line. Larry is blessed to say he has performed all over the country and world. He gives all glory to God. Thanks and love to his parents, Zack Woods, Trey, Natalie and the entire creative team at PMT!

ZANDER LYONS (Morris Delancey, Bronx Newsie, U/S: Jack Kelly) is a Pittsburgh native and graduate of NYU Tisch Department of Drama’s New Studio on Broadway. He has appeared in regional theater as Muleteer in Man of La Mancha at Weston Playhouse. Previous NYU credits include Drew in All the Kids Are Doing It; Stephen Hopkins in 1776; and Cowboy in Crazy for You. He is excited for the show and thanks all of his friends & family for supporting him. []

ZAKK MANNELLA (Albert) is beyond excited to be joining Pittsburgh Musical Theater for the first time! He is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College (2015) and holds a degree in Theatre Arts and Musical Theatre. He recently choreographed both The Wedding Singer and American Idiot, and has also performed with multiple companies in the Pittsburgh area. NYC/Ohio/PA Credits include: Legally Blonde (Emmett Forrest), Peter and the Starcatcher (Ted), The Bridges of Madison County (Ensemble), Side Show (Buddy), West Side Story (Riff), and Children of Eden (Shem/Dance Captain). Very special thanks to his family and friends for their continuing love and support.

MICHAEL MISKO * (Wiesel, Mr. Jacobi, Mayor) Michael is ebullient to be returning to the Pittsburgh stage and to be making his debut with PMT! Pittsburgh Credits: CLO: Man of La Mancha (Barber), Footloose (Cop), and most recently, These Girls Have Demons (The Horned Man); Strand Theater: Oliver! (Mr. Bumble). Regional Credits: Shrek (Shrek), White Christmas (Bob Wallace), The Odd Couple (Felix), Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (The Big Bopper), The Pillowman (Katurian), Romeo & Juliet (Mercutio). Aside from theatre, Michael enjoys a career as a full-time magician, specializing in stand-up comedy magic. In 2015, he was asked to combine his two loves and was selected to create the role of the Magic Maker in the World Premiere of Stephen Schwartz’s Magic To Do on board Princess Cruises; Michael can be heard on the original cast recording available on iTunes – a first in the cruise line industry. To date however, Michael’s favorite role is that of “Daddy,” since he and his lovely wife, Sarah, welcomed their first child, Rosalind Rachel, in January.

DARRIN MOSLEY (Specs) is a Bachelors of Arts Dance Major, Theater Minor graduate from Slippery Rock University from York, PA. This is Darrin’s first production with Pittsburgh Musical Theater. Darrin has been in such productions as Front Porch Society (Terrance) with New Horizon Theater, Hamlet (Claudius, Ghost of Hamlet, and Gravedigger) with Steel City Shakespeare, The Survivor (James) with McKeesport Little Theater, Romeo and Juliet (Prince Escalus) with Poor Yorick’s Theater, Sassy Mamas (Colby) with New Horizon Theater, Moby Dick The Opera (Dancer), Gemini Theater’s Production of The Wizard of Oz (The Scarecrow), Shakespeare on the Rocks (Polonius) with Weary Arts Group, Julius Caesar (Brutus), and Christmas Carol (Marley) with Slippery Rock Theater. Darrin would like to thank his mother, Althea, and brother, Cole Vecchio, for continuing to support his artistic endeavors.

WHITNEY NOELLE (Katherine Plumber)is thrilled to return to PMT with such an incredible cast and crew in one of her dream roles! Last year she had a bloody blast playing Annie Knowby in PMT’s Evil Dead the Musical. Originally from Colorado, she received her BFA in Acting and Minor in Musical Theatre from Marymount Manhattan College and now calls New York City home. Other favorite credits include South Pacific (Nellie Forbush), Children of Eden (Yonah), Fantasticks (Luisa), Cinderella (Cinderella), and Spelling Bee (Logainne). Endless gratitude to her friends and fam - especially Mama and Pad, and Abba. - Psalm 57:7. []

JOSHUA PAGE † (Scab, Brooklyn Newsie, U/S: Finch, Jo Jo) currently a student of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory, is a 16-year-old sophomore at Morgantown High School in Morgantown, West Virginia. Joshua started his musical theatre career in 2016 making his first ever musical debut in HONK! The Musical. Theatre credits: HONK!, Spamalot, Beauty and the Beast, Shrek, and The Wizard of Oz (Morgantown Theatre Company). Joshua would like to thank his family, friends, and PMT instructors for getting him where he is today!

JORDAN SCHREIBER (Spot Conlon) is thrilled to be making his PMT debut in Newsies as Spot Conlon! He graduated from Point Park university with a degree in Musical Theater in April and was previously seen in Silent Sky as Peter with Pinnacle Production and in Heathers as Kurt Kelly with the Summer Company. Other favorite roles include Claudio in Much Ado and Tarzan in Tarzan. He’d like to thank his family, friends, Reggiefilm, all his teachers at PPU for their wisdom, and all the folks here at PMT for such an irreplaceable opportunity. Let’s Seize the Day!

MARIN ROSE (Bowery Beauty, Ensemble) is thrilled to be back on stage with Pittsburgh Musical Theater this season in Disney’s Newsies! Marin is a native of Dallas, and graduated Cum Laude in 3 years with a BFA in Dance from Point Park University. Performance credits include: Touring Nationally and Internationally for three seasons with Lightwire Theater, Busch Gardens Tampa, Ronald K. Brown’s Pittsburgh Performance, and selected works by Martha Graham, Helen Pickett, Kim Neal Nofsinger and Michelle Gibson among others. Marin also enjoys Choreographing for stage, screen, and print. Credits include Stagedoor Manor, the Distinguished Young Women programs, the film “The Beacon,” and behind the scenes with Suffolk Dance. When Marin isn’t performing, you can find her in a studio teaching and sharing her passion for dance with students. Marin would like to thank her Dancing Grandma, family and friends for their endless love and support, and her forever dance partner in life, G.!

ALLAN SNYDER * (Joseph Pulitzer) is happy to return to the PMT stage after appearing in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Frollo) and Tarzan (Porter) in the 2017 season. Before relocating to Pittsburgh from New York, Allan appeared on Broadway in Les Miserables, off-Broadway in The Fantasticks, and toured the country with The Phantom of the Opera, often appearing in the title role. Pittsburgh credits include Pittsburgh CLO (The 39 Steps, Titanic), Pittsburgh Public Theater (Daddy Long Legs, Hamlet), and productions for Lincoln Park PAC, St. Vincent Summer Theatre and Stage Right, among others. An in-demand concert artist, Allan recently appeared as Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls in concert with the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra and presents his cabaret Broadway + Beyond to audiences all over the Pittsburgh area. For more info visit []

PETER STAMERRA † (Goon, Brooklyn Newsie, U/S: Davey Jacobs) a Pre-College student at the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory, is thrilled to be back at PMT in Newsies! He has previously worked with PMT in Chicago (Billy Flynn) and Pippin (Lewis, Pippin u/s). Peter is a senior at Westinghouse Arts Academy where appeared in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lysander) and Crazy for You (Zangler), for which he received a Gene Kelly nomination. He would like to wish the cast and crew all the best and a special thanks to his mother for being his constant chauffeur and ardent fan.

NICK STASO † (Scab, Brooklyn Newsie, U/S: Henry, Elmer) a student of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory, is thrilled to once again be performing on the Byham stage, he was last seen here as Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast. Nick is a Senior Musical Theatre major at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School and plans to minor in Theatre when he attends college in the fall. Some of his most recent roles have been Aramis in The Three Musketeers (LPPACS), Leaf Coneybear in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (WCT), Link Larkin in Hairspray (WCT), Prince Herbert in Spamalot (GPAC) and Grantaire in Les Miserables (LPPACS). He would like to thank all of his teachers for their incredible training and his parents for their continued support, for without them none of this would be possible. Remember, “The things we do today will be tomorrow’s news”. Enjoy the show!

GIDEON TEMPLE † (Brooklyn Newsie) a student of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory, is thrilled to be making his PMT debut! Gideon composes, produces, and performs original musical theatre and pop songs with his brother, Hank. He recently performed an original song as a finalist in West Virginia University’s statewide Talent WV competition. He also performs with the Morgantown Vocables a cappella group, and arranges original songs and covers for them. Thanks to his PMT teachers as well as Jackie Bayne, Jason Gillman, Scott Simons, Matthew Smedal, and Lauren Tosh. He also wants to thank his parents for their overwhelming support! @templebrothersmusic @gideon.temple

HANK TEMPLE † (Brooklyn Newsie) a student of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory, is elated to make his PMT debut! Favorite past roles include Jem in To Kill a Mockingbird and Young Abel in Children of Eden, both at Fairmont State University. He is an improv fanatic who trains with Liz Rossi and Craig Snider of the WV Fearless Fools. Thanks to his PMT teachers as well as Jackie Bayne, Jason Gillman, Scott Simons and Matthew Smedal. @templebrothersmusic | @itsgettinghankinhere

DAVID TOOLE * (Jack Kelly) is incredibly excited to rejoin his PMT family for their production of Newsies! Recent musical performances include: with Theatre Raleigh Once (Guy), Rock of Ages (Drew Boley); w/Front Porch Theatricals The Last 5 Years (Jamie Wellerstein); w/Carnivale Theatrics The Bridges of Madison County (Robert Kincaid), w/Temple Theater Ghost the Musical (Sam Wheat), w/Pittsburgh Musical Theater; Tarzan (Tarzan), We Will Rock You (Galileo Figaro), Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas), RENT (Roger), West Side Story (Tony), Les Miserables (Marius); and Little Mermaid (Prince Eric), w/ Pittsburgh CLO; Pump Boys and Dinettes (Jim), First Date (Reggie & Gabe.), Toxic Avenger, Xanadu; w/LPPAC Hunchback of Notre Dame (Pheobus). Notable film work includes roles on ABC’s Downard Dog and upcoming network series Intrusion. Outside of theater and film work he is a private voice instructor, one of 5 rotating National Anthem singers for the Pittsburgh Penguins professional hockey team, and is the frontman and co-songwriter for the band Identity X who will be releasing their 2nd full length album on June 16th []. All my love to Mom, Dad, Bri, Ben, and my ever supportive, loving, encouraging, wife Katie!

NIKO TOUROS (Crutchie) is thrilled to be back in the vibrant Pittsburgh theatre scene with such a talented team of artists in this amazing show! Pittsburgh theatergoers might recognize Niko from the ensemble of In the Heights at PMT this past winter. Other favorite credits include First Date (Reggie, et. al), In the Heights (Usnavi), HAIR (Woof), Mamma Mia! (Sky), Sister Act (Pablo), & Side Show (Buddy Foster). Huge thank you to Trey, Natalie, Francesca & the rest of the team at PMT for this amazing opportunity to perform one of his dream shows & another huge thanks to his family for their constant love and support. As always, this one is for his grandparents watching him do what he loves most from their orchestra seats in the sky. ig: @nt0uros

BRAD TRUMP * (Finch) is thrilled to be returning to the Pittsburgh area to be a part of Newsies at PMT where he performed in his first musical ever: Titanic: A New Musical. Brad received his dance training from the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School, Point Park University and the Joffrey Ballet School. Tour: CATS 30th Anniversary National Tour (Tumblebrutus). Regional: Mary Poppins (Neleus), Spamalot (Nun/Mime/US Patsy), CATS, A Christmas Carol (Pearlie), Oklahoma!, Joseph…Dreamcoat (Benjamin). Film: Lovestruck! The Musical on ABC Family. Love and light to those who have been a part of it all!

JOE YORK (Bunsen, Policeman, Governor Theodore Roosevelt) graduated from New York University with an MFA in Musical Theatre Playwriting and Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a BFA in Musical Theatre Performance. He has been seen onstage at various professional theaters across the country having performed in Les Miserables at White Plains Performing Arts Center, 1776 at Cortland Repertory Theater, Bat Boy and Jesus Christ Superstar at Keystone Repertory Theater, Little Shop of Horrors at The Huron Playhouse, and Sweeney Todd: Heavy Metal version at Landless Theatre Company. As a musical writer, he has created works performed in New York and Pennsylvania at various theatrical companies, including two New York Equity staged readings. Some of his original musicals include The Trees, Light up!, and Discovering Eden. Keep theater alive and rock the arts! \../(-_-)\../

TREY COMPTON (Director & Fight Choreographer) Previously for PMT, Trey directed Grease in 2016. Directing credits include the New York premiere of Christopher Durang’s Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge; A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder; Once; Fun Home; Sister Act; Annie; City of Angels; The Exonerated; Speed-The-Plow; Parade; Drood; Forever Plaid; One Man, Two Guvnors; A Funny Thing…Forum; I Love a Piano; tick, tick…BOOM!; West Side Story; john & jen; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; I Love You…Change; Romance/Romance; Legally Blonde; The…Trailer Park Musical; The Drowsy Chaperone; Company; Carousel; Godspell (Berkshire Theatre Award Nomination for Best Director;) Rough Crossing (SALT Award Nomination for Best Director;) And most recently, I Am My Own Wife at The Fulton Theatre. As an associate or assistant, Off-Broadway credits include Yank! (The York) and White’s Lies (New World Stages.) Also, as an associate, multiple credits regionally at The Ogunquit Playhouse, La Mirada Theatre, FLMTF, American Theater Group, and this summer at Goodspeed. Upcoming, Trey will be directing Legally Blonde and Sleuth at Cortland Repertory Theatre. Many thanks to the incredible collaborators here at PMT. Love to Lara.

NATALIE MALOTKE (Choreographer) Natalie Malotke is a director, choreographer, creative event producer and teaching artist living in New York City. NYC Associate and Assistant credits: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Original Broadway Company), Candide at Carnegie Hall, I Married an Angel at City Center Encores! all alongside Joshua Bergasse, Marie: Dancing Still at Lincoln Center Theatre Workshop with Susan Stroman; and Really Rosie at City Center with Leigh Silverman. Regional directing and choreography projects at The Engeman, Northern Stage, Jenny Wiley Theatre, Wagon Wheel Theatre, NYMF and associate work at Music Theatre of Wichita, Paper Mill Playhouse, and Pioneer Theatre Company. Industrial events: Target, Hermes and the Robin Hood Foundation. TV: PBS “A Capitol Fourth”. Other credits include Resident Director/Choreographer for Nickelodeon on board Norwegian Cruise Line and Director/Choreographer of the recent national tour of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live!. As a teaching artist, Natalie is on faculty at Broadway Dance Center. Proud graduate of the University of Michigan. Thank you to Trey, Ben, and the PMT family! @nataliemalotke

FRANCESCA TORTORELLO (DMA) (Music Director) regularly works as music director for Pittsburgh Musical Theater, where she is a resident artist. Recent productions include Chicago, Annie, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, A Lyrical Christmas Carol, and Pippin. She also teaches multiple classes for the pre-college program at the Richard E. Rauh conservatory. Dr. Tortorello is also an accomplished classical musician and performs with a variety of instrumentalists and singers. She frequently collaborates with members of the Pittsburgh Symphony, and has also worked with members of Cleveland Orchestra and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. A dedicated teacher and coach, she has maintained an active piano teaching studio for the past fifteen years. Dr. Tortorello began piano lessons at the age of four in her hometown of Mount Kisco, NY. She holds a Bachelors degree in Piano Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music where she studied with Antonio Pompa-Baldi. Her true passion, however, has always been chamber music and she received a Masters degree and Professional Studies certificate in Collaborative Piano from CIM, studying with Virginia Weckstrom. She also holds a Doctorate in Collaborative Piano and Coaching at the University of Minnesota and studied with Timothy Lovelace. Francesca and her husband, Pittsburgh Symphony cellist Michael DeBruyn, have been performing as a professional duo since 2004.

KEVIN KOCHER (Set Designer) grew up in Central PA, attended Clarion University, and received a BS in Education and Minor in Technical Theater. Kevin has served as Technical Director for several years at South Park Theatre as well as for High School productions around Pittsburgh. He started working with PMT thanks to his wife Amber, building props and sets for several productions, and grew into a Set Designer. Some of Kevin’s favorite designs include Sister Act (2016) and Jekyll and Hyde (2017). Kevin is also the Technical Director of the Tales & Treats Program, a student-run company through the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory. Kevin is often seen at PMT lifting and transporting heavy things in his very cool and useful pick-up truck.

TODD NONN (Lighting Designer) is the Resident Lighting Designer for PMT. His 9th season working on productions with the company, Todd will occasionally design a set for one of the shows. He is the Technical Director for all of Squonk Opera’s shows touring around the world, the Assistant Lighting Designer for all of Pittsburgh Opera’s performances at the Benedum, a stagehand with IATSE Local#3, and a Lighting Designer at RMU.

TONY SIRK (Costume Designer) is pleased to be returning to PMT after previously designing Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Rent, Sweeney Todd, Hunchback, Hair and Dreamgirls. Locally Anthony has designed for Pittsburgh Playwrights, CLO Cabaret, Pittsburgh Opera Festival, Carnegie Mellon University and The Rep at the Point Park Playhouse. Select design credits include: Madagascar (Theater Aspen, Aspen Colorado) Annie Get Your Gun, Our Town, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Shakespeare’s Land of the Dead, The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence, Guys and Dolls (Creede Repertory Theatre, Creede Colorado) The Last Romance (The Arvada Center, Denver Colorado) 42nd Street, Pop (Who Shot Andy Warhol), Rocky Horror Show, Les Miserables, Rashomon, A Dolls House (Western Carolina University, Sylva, North Carolina).

LEAH BLACKWOOD (Scenic Charge) has been painting scenery in Pittsburgh for just less than 30 years. You may have seen her work in theater over the years at such places as Pittsburgh Public Theater, PICT, Quantum or The Jewish Theater of Pittsburgh. Leah worked on the production crew for Mister Rogers Neighborhood for many years. Her work can also be seen in over 25 films including “Silence of the Lambs”,” Lorenzo’s Oil”, “ Striking Distance”, “Sudden Death”, and “Hoffa”.

CHRISTOPHER PATRICK (Special FX / Wigs) is a Journeyman Makeup Artist of I.A.T.S.E. Local 798 and has worked in theater, film and commercials in the Pittsburgh region for the past 11 years. He is thrilled to be in his 11th season with Pittsburgh Musical Theater. His film work includes makeup on The Avengers, Perks of Being a Wallflower, Super 8, Out of the Furnace, Foxcatcher, Last Witch Hunter, Concussion, and WGN’s Outsiders. Mr. Patrick grateful to fulfill yet another dream show with Newsies

EMMA LUSK † (Student Assistant Stage Manager) is honored to work on Newsies with Pittsburgh Musical Theater! She has been a student of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory for three years, and is currently a junior at Fox Chapel Area High School. Her assistant stage manager credits include Annie and Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Emma has performed in Pippin, Beauty and the Beast, Urinetown, and more at PMT. She also assistant directed The Great Gatsby and Pride & Prejudice at Fox Chapel Area High School. Emma would like to thank the cast and creative team of Newsies for this opportunity with a special thanks to Miss Gemma.

BENJAMIN ROWAN (Associate Choreographer) is thrilled to be back in Pittsburgh and working with the PMT family again! This time, on the other side of the table! PMT credits on stage include CATS (Mungojerrie) and Suessical the Musical. Recently, Benjamin was seen as the Music Director and Assistant Director/Choreographer for the PJ Masks Live! Save the Day! National Tour and the Associate Director/Choreographer for the Daniel Tiger Live! King for a Day! National Tour (both still currently touring the country). Prior to that, Benjamin had been working for the Emmy winning RWS Entertainment Group out of NYC. There, he wore many hats from Entertainment Manager, Creative Producer, Music Director, Director/Choreographer and Collaborator/Creator (2018 IAAPA Brass Ring Award Finalist – Best Theatrical Production Worldwide for “Mysterio: Magic Rocks the Night”). Benjamin has traveled the world Directing/Choreographing for the Nickelodeon program on board Norwegian Cruise Line and their Punta Cana resort in the Dominican Republic. Many thanks to Natalie, Trey, Colleen, Gemma and the rest of the PMT family!

Administrative Team

BRIANNA BOOHER (Graphic Designer) Growing up just north of Pittsburgh, Brianna played her way through school in jazz, symphonic, marching, and steel drum performing bands. She was also seen in the orchestra pit with her alto saxophone for productions of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Seussical, Starmites, and Grease. She is an avid coffee drinker who values happiness above all else. Brianna is a graduate of Robert Morris University with a B.A. in Media Arts - Graphic Design and a minor in photography. She has taken photos around the world in Ireland, Florida, California, and east-coast beaches. She has expanded her photography to shoot engagement sessions, and is excited to shoot her first wedding later this year! Bri is proud to be a part of Pittsburgh Musical Theater, which gives her the chance to express her passion for both music and art combined.

COLLEEN DOYNO (Executive Artistic Director) proudly serves as the Executive Artistic Director for Pittsburgh Musical Theater. She came to PMT in 1997 as a performer and faculty member. She then was named Conservatory Director in 2001 and added the additional title General Manager in 2003. During her tenure as Conservatory Director and General Manager, Ms. Doyno directed and choreographed countless shows for both the Professional and Conservatory theater companies. Several of these shows have been counted as the “Best of Pittsburgh” in the annual Pittsburgh Post Gazette year in review-including the Conservatory Theater Company’s 2013 production of Miss Saigon, the first student show to be so honored. In 2013 Colleen’s achievements were recognized with the prestigious “Woman of Integrity” award and her commitment to mentoring young women into future leaders was honored as a finalist for the 2013 “Athena” award. Ms. Doyno is a strong advocate for the development of the West End Community, which serves as PMT’s forever home. She has worked with Pittsburgh City Council, PA State and Allegheny County officials and the Mayor’s office to advance growth in the area. She also organized the West End’s efforts for the Pittsburgh Marathon that led it to be named “best in neighborhood entertainment” along the route. Ms. Doyno is proud to produce affordable high quality Broadway style shows through PMT’s Byham and PMT’s new Rockin West End Series. She has a deeply held belief in developing our children into healthy, self-assured, well-rounded individuals through the arts. This belief is at the heart of her educational philosophy and has guided the success of the conservatory under her direction. Colleen considers herself fiercely local and is dedicated to concentrating on the positive found in each individual and each day that she faces.

MARIAN EMANUELSON (Development Associate) is currently a Master of Arts Management student at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College and previously graduated in May of 2018 with a B.S. in Arts Management from Indiana University Bloomington. She was a student at PMT for 6 years and is so excited to be back working with the people who have helped her become who she is today!

BETH GEATCHES (Development Manager) is delighted to work with Pittsburgh Musical Theater as the Development Manager and proud to support this production. She received her Master of Arts Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University, and has previously worked for City Theatre and Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Beth performs regularly at Arcade Comedy Theater in downtown Pittsburgh as a cast member of the family-friendly improv team Penny Arcade and the musical improv show Your Life: The Musical. Thank you all for supporting Pittsburgh Musical Theater!

LINDSAY KALBFLEISCH (Marketing & Media Manager) is proud to be a part of the PMT team! She is also a resident artist at the Rauh Conservatory and a PMT kid herself having been a student here for many years! She has been seen in many PMT shows including last season’s The Little Mermaid (Alanna) and Evil Dead the Musical (Female Swing). Lindsay holds a BA in Journalism and Media Communications from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU. She thanks you for attending this performance and can’t wait to see you back again. Be sure to follow us on social media and watch what happens!

AMBER KOCHER (Props Master / Box Office & Audience Services Manager / Accessibility Coordinator) hails from Pittsburgh, with her husband, Kevin and son, Brody. She is a graduate of Clarion University and is the Props Master, Set Dresser, Jack-of-all-Trades Resident Artist at PMT. Her most recent credits with PMT include Evil Dead The Musical, Avenue Q, The Little Mermaid, Young Frankenstein, Shrek, and many more. Amber has been with the company since 2012, and is looking forward to many more rockin’ seasons with Pittsburgh Musical Theater.

BRADY DAVID PATSY (Conservatory Director, Assistant Director Newsies) is currently the Conservatory Director for The Richard E. Rauh Conservatory and is a professional performer from the greater Pittsburgh area. He has performed with companies such as Pittsburgh Musical Theater, West Virginia Public Theater, Boston’s North Shore Music Theater Company, and many others. In 2008, Brady spent a year working for the Walt Disney World Company. There, he had the opportunity to work with Regis and Kelly, Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus, Fantasia Burrino, David Cook, Jon and Kate Gosselin, and many others! During 2010-12 he served as Production Administrator for Grayfin Arts Entertainment Events. Upon returning to PA, he jumped right back on the stage and has been performing non-stop. He also served as an theater instructor for The Butler Center for the Performing Arts! Throughout his eleven years on the professional stage he has had the opportunity to play extraordinary roles in shows. Brady is passionate about the students of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory and is excited to be a part of their experience with Pittsburgh Musical Theater!

KATE QUEEN-TOOLE (Controller) has a B.A. in Communication/Theater, a B.S.B.A in Accounting, and an M.S. in Instructional Leadership from Robert Morris University. She has had the distinct pleasure of appearing in so many wonderful PMT productions since moving to Pittsburgh in 2007. Some of her favorite moments onstage with PMT include Maria in West Side Story, Wendla in Spring Awakening, and Jane in Tarzan. She is thrilled to be working with the students of PMT as an educator and resident artist. Kate values the mentorship and education she received from the many brilliant teachers and performers she’s had the opportunity to study under throughout her life; she is thrilled to join the ranks of PMT’s staff and become an active part of the development of many more brilliantly talented performers!

JONATHAN SAGE (Technical Director) has been with Pittsburgh Musical Theater for more than ten years and is excited to be part of another fabulous production. A Michigan State University alumnus, additional professional credits include The Boarshead Professional Theater in Lansing, Michigan and The Ohio Light Opera in Wooster, Ohio. Jonathan would like to thank his family for all of their love and support.

GEMMA LEIGH WILLIAMSON * (Production & Logistics Manager) Gemma is excited to be finishing out PMT’s 2018-2019 Seize the Stage Season at the Byham! Since 2007, Gemma has been a part of PMT’s family, serving as Production & Logistics Manager, and proud Actors Equity Member! Favorite Managing Credits include: Avenue Q,Grease, Sister Act, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Shrek, Legally Blonde, Disney’s Tarzan, Les Miserables, Beauty and the Beast, and the GROOVY Evil Dead! Choreography credits include (PMT): Nunsense the Mega Musical (2019), (Freedom High School): The Addams Family, Beauty and the Beast, The King and I, and West Side Story. Gemma mentors at the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory and is happy to begin the journey of musical theater with the youth in Pittsburgh’s community. She is also a part of PMT’s College Mentoring Program as a mentor to high school seniors who are interested in technical theater, education, theater management, journalism, and the like. You can catch Gemma wearing many different hats around her local community including the Freedom Cares Foundation Vice President and Choreographer for Freedom Area High School. She looks forward to all that 2019 has in store including amazing projects at Pittsburgh Musical Theater, South Park Theatre, and embarking on the collaboration of a LIFEtime! She endlessly thanks Colleen, Amber, Jon, and Kevin, the Creative Team, the Production & Design Team, the entire PMT Family, the members of IATSE Local 3, Nick and her Momma! A heartfelt thanks to this incredible cast, Trey, Natalie, Francesca, and Brady. Stand By. Keep Calm. Go. @gemmaleighw []

Pittsburgh Musical Theater is a non-profit professional company committed to providing quality musical theater at affordable prices, the education of youth, and the support of local talent.
PMT Board Officers:
President Cheryl Begandy
Vice President Michael Klein
Treasurer Joseph F. Mendel
Secretary Ross W. Swanson
PMT Board of Directors:
Patricia Bauccio, Larry Berger, Amie Downs, Carmen Ellington, Ken Gargaro, Nicholas J. Gigante, Malinda Hallett, Tim Hartman, Rochelle Lilien, Charles McLaughlin, Melissa Wade, Steve Yoset
PMT Advisory Board:
Mary Gail Biebel, Stephen Black, Sandra M. Blaser, R. Yvonne Campos, Rich Cefalo, Bonita A. Cersosimo, Bruce I. Crocker, Evan Frazier, Hilda Pang Fu, David B. Gookin, Noah Himberger, Robert Kaiser, David J. Martin, Paul E. McGill, Ronald Ortiz, Gregg Perelman, Richard E. Rauh, Dorothy H. Rescher, Connie Schwartz, Ron Skalski, Bruce Smith, Fred Sukitsch, Sherri Uram, Laura Zajdel
Ex Officio: State Representative Dan Deasy, Senator Wayne Fontana
Executive Artistic Director Colleen Doyno
Production and Logistics Manager Gemma Leigh Williamson
Technical Director Jonathan T. Sage
Development Manager Beth Geatches
Controller Kate Toole
Conservatory Director Brady David Patsy
Box Office and Audience Services Manager / Accessibility Coordinator Amber Kocher
Marketing and Media Manager Lindsay Kalbfleisch
Graphic Designer Brianna Booher
Development Associate Marian Emanuelson
Director & Fight Choreographer Trey Compton
Choreographer Natalie Malotke
Music Director Francesca Tortorello
Production Stage Manager Gemma Leigh Williamson
Set Designer Kevin Kocher
Technical Director Jonathan T. Sage
Lighting Designer Todd Nonn
Costume Designer Tony Sirk
Props Master Amber Kocher
Sound Designer Greg Brooks
Dance Captain Larry A. Lozier Jr.
Scenic Charge Leah Blackwood
Assistant Director Brady David Patsy
Associate Choreographer Benjamin Rowan
Special FX / Wigs Christopher Patrick
Student Assistant Stage Manager Emma Lusk
Production Photographer Melissa Wallace
Students of the Tom Savini Special Makeup FX Program: Caity Byers, Kenzie Difranco, Vermilion Novak, Xavier Sasparilla, Kassy Sealy
Keys 1/Conductor Dr. Francesca Tortorello
Keys 2 Catie Brown
Reed Dan Heasley
Trumpet Joe Herndon
Trombone Bob Matchett
Cello Freya Samuels
Bass Pierce Cook
Drums RJ Heid
Percussion PJ Gatch

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