NICK ADAMS* (JEFF) has been seen on Broadway in CHICAGO (Mary Sunshine standby), THE PIRATE QUEEN(original cast), A CHORUS LINE (Larry opposite co-star Mario Lopez), and most recently as Liver Lips Louie in the revival of GUYS AND DOLLS with Oliver Platt and Lauren Graham. Nick has also toured nationally and internationally with CHICAGO (the Cell Block Company). He is currently on the
  cover of Dance Spirit Magazine and has graced numerous other covers and features including Out, Genre, Woman's Wear Daily, Page Six Magazine, Instinct, and the "beautiful people" issue of Paper Magazine. Earlier this year he made his screen debut in An Englishman In New York starring John Hurt and Cynthia Nixon which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Television appearances include: Guiding Light, Dancing with the Stars, The Tony Awards, The View, The Today Show, The Early Show, Rosie LIVE, and The Kennedy Center Honors. Adams' physique has been recognized modeling for 2xist underwear, Playboy, as well as a national campaign for The Tudors on Showtime. He received his training from The Boston Conservatory of Music where he earned a BFA in Musical Theatre. Live performances with recording artists Ne-Yo and Jennifer Hudson. Nick devotes a great deal of his time to such charitable organizations as Live Out Loud and Broadway Cares. DGRW, AEA. Please visit
TIFFAN BORELLI* (SONDRA) had a blast playing Sondra Lee in the reading of FAR OUT at The York last year, and is excited to be back with this unreal cast and creative team. Credits include: THE SOUND OF MUSIC (Asia Tour), EMMA: THE MUSICAL (NYMF Festival), THE FULL MONTY (Maine State Music Theatre), GREASE! (Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma). New York Concerts: The Staten Island Philharmonic (KISS ME KATE), Lincoln Center (JOEL B. NEW SONGBOOK), and most recently The Bright Lights Concert Series (THE NEW KIDS) @ The Triad. She is an Oklahoma native and holds a BM and MM from Oklahoma City University. Much love and thanks to Craig, Greg, Kim, Tim and him. You guys are the most.
MICHAEL BREEN (PAULIE) is a graduate of the Performing Arts Department in a NJ Vocational school in 2002, Michael has been performing professionally ever since. He has appeared in such venues as the Allenberry Playhouse, New Bedford Festival Theater, and Hershey Park and has the honor to work and train under Jose de la Cuesta, Lori Leshner, and Jean-Paul Richard. He'd like to thank the production staff for the wonderful opportunity to perform in a show he's grown up with.
ASHLEIGH DAVIDSON* (LUCILLE / DREAM GIRL) is very excited to be a part of FAR OUT! Previous credits include A FUNNY THING...FORUM (Philia) at Sacramento Music Circus, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE (Miss Dorothy) at West Virginia Public Theater, and POMPEII (Olivia) at Thalian Hall. New York credits include concerts at the Makor Theater, Ars Nova, and PARADISE LOST at the Producer's Club. Ashleigh holds a degree from LAMDA in classical acting, as well as a B.F.A in Musical Theater from the Boston Conservatory. Thanks to DGRW and most of all her parents, without whom nothing has ever been or ever will be possible.
MARY KATHERINE DeCHIARA (FEMALE SWING / ENSEMBLE) is a native of the Bronx has performed in regional and entertainment theatre. Credits include CAMELOT at the Arts Center Coastal Carolina in Hilton Head, SC, featuring Bill Bateman, directed by Casey Colgan; featured as Lisa in DIRTY DANCING, A BROADWAY REVUE; Connie Wong in A Chorus Line, original staging & choreography by Billy Johnstone. Other credits include Adelaide in GUYS AND DOLLS, Little Red in INTO THE WOODS, Ursula in BYE BYE BIRDIE. Was asked to perform for Mayor Michael Bloomberg; featured in an instructional dance-along video and has trained under DJ Salisbury, Philip George, Dan Daily, Ray Virta, Mary Giattino and Anne & John Myers
JAN DiPIETRO (GABE) A native Australian, Jan came to NYC to study acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Since graduating, Jan has performed in regional productions of THE PRODUCERS and SWEET CHARITY and most recently has performed roles in DEATH IN MOZAMBIQUE and THE BROWNING VERSION, both here in NYC. Jan is so thrilled to be a part of the New York launch of FAR OUT and would like to thank his family for huge support from back home!!!
ALDEN FULCOMER* (MR. FENTON / COLONEL DRAKE) is excited to be FAR OUT with such an amazing group of artists. He appeared Off-Broadway in the THREEPENNY OPERA Benefit (Matt) starring Bea Arthur, Charlotte Rae and Bob Cuccioli; COME A LITTLE CLOSER (Alex) with Leslie Easterbrook, Steve Elmore, Diane Findlay and Kristy Cates; SHEBA (Ed Anderson) with Donna McKechnie; SADIE THOMPSON (Bailey) with June Havok; and the world premiere of Tennessee Williams' THE DAY ON WHICH A MAN DIES (KouKen). Some of his favorite roles include Sky in GUYS AND DOLLS, Kodaly in SHE LOVES ME, Stephen in GODSPELL, Joe in LEVITATION, Greg in THE SUM OF US and the title role in TARTUFFE. On screen, he can be seen in I.Q., IN AND OUT, ANIMAL ROOM (with Matt Lillard, Neil Patrick Harris and Catherine Hicks) and Howard Libov's award-winning short LITTLE MAN (with Robert Hogan and Frankie Muniz)… For more information, log onto
MARCIE HENDERSON* (THE SUPREME LEADER) New York credits: THE WHO'S TOMMY "Acid Queen" (Gallery Players), RAGTIME "Sarah's Friend" (Astoria Performing Arts Center), THE PEOPLE VS MONA "Blind Willy Carter" (York Theatre Company / Ground UP Productions) also recorded on Jay Records with all-star cast including Christiane Noll, Marc Kudish and Lillias White. La Chiusa's THE WILD PARTY "Kate" (Columbia Stages), PINOCCHIO OF CHELSEA "The Blues Fairy" (Snapple Theatre Musical Monday's). Select regional credits: Disney's WHEN YOU WISH and HAIR (Theatre Under The Stars-Houston), AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' (Center Rep), BEEHIVE (Ogunquit Playhouse), NUNSENSE, (Totem Pole Playhouse), VIOLET (TheatreWorks Palo Alto- Dean Goodman Recipient).
HOLLY HOLCOMB* (STELLA/MARGARITA) is thrilled to be a part of FAR OUT again! She just finished playing Reno in ANYTHING GOES at the Monomoy Theatre in Cape Cod. Some favorite credits include OF THEE I SING - Encores! at the New York City Center; Crazy Betty in IDAHO! - NYMF ' 08; A MAN WITH A LOAD OF MISCHIEF - The York Theatre Co.; GREASE - National Tour and Lucy in JEKYLL AND HYDE - The Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from The Hartt School and is a proud member of AEA.
LORINNE LAMPERT* (LYDIA / DREAM GIRL) is thrilled to be a part of FAR OUT! Selected NY credits: THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE and VICTOR/VICTORIA (Gallery Players), A FLANDERS AND SWANN HOUSE PARTY (York Theatre), THE AMERICAN GIRLS REVUE and BITTY BEAR'S MATINEE (American Girl Place), WE ARE BURNING (NY International Fringe Festival), and PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Brooklyn Family Theater). With Tuckaberry Productions, she appeared in and choreographed numerous productions, including POLLY PRINCESS AND THE PENNILESS FRY COOK (Gabby), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Quince/Peaseblossom), and KIP, THE ENCHANTED CAT (Princess Ingrid). Graduate of Emerson College, BFA in Musical Theatre. Lorinne also juggles.
SPENCER LIFF* (MILTON) Broadway: 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL, EQUUS (Horse, Nugget u/s, Dance Captain), CRY-BABY (recipient 2008 Astaire Award - Best Male Dancer), THE WEDDING SINGER (Groom), BIG. Film: ACROSS THE UNIVERSE (Daniel), HAIRSPRAY (Mikey). Tours: THE WILL ROGERS FOLLIES (Freddy, 1st national), OLIVER!. TV: "Haute and Bothered" (, "Gypsy" (CBS). Thank you to my amazing friends and family, and the best agents, KSR!
ANDREA MCCULLOUGH* (Miss Lederhosen / Mrs. Dweedleheimer) NYC/Nat'l.Tour: THAT OTHER WOMAN'S CHILD-NYMF'08, GREASE! (Patricia Birch), URINETOWN, BLACK & BLUE, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN, GEORGE M! (Mercedes Ellington), NUNSENSE!, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, BABES IN TOYLAND (Phil McKinley), SINGIN' IN THE RAIN, FAR OUT!-THE SCI-FI MUSICAL COMEDY. Regional: NO, NO, NANETTE, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE (Sheldon Harnick), MUCH ADO, MR. SKEFFINGTON (Susan Stroman), WHITE CHRISTMAS, FIDDLER, FOOTLOOSE, MAME, ANYTHING GOES, OKLAHOMA!. Film/TV: LAW & ORDER, A MIGHTY WIND, TAP!, PBS AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE, GREAT PERFORMANCES, SESAME STREET. Awards: Mass. Drama Guild, Guest Artist/NE Service, American Dance Machine Scholar. BFA-Boston University, Masters-Actors Studio/NYU. AEA, SAG, AFTRA. Andrea thanks Michael, Brian, and Kimothy for their extraordinary musical knowledge, theater history-and belief in miracles!
HOLLIS SCARBOROUGH* (ANDREA / DREAM GIRL) is delighted to be joining the FAR OUT gang! NYC: LIKE YOU LIKE IT (Celia Duke), LOVE INCORPORATED (Aura Devins) PURE COUNTRY (1st reading), LUNCH (Kelly), THE GIRLFRIEND (Ellen). Regional: I LOVE YOU BECAUSE (Marcy), HAIRSPRAY -Las Vegas (Brenda/Penny cover), GODSPELL (Robin), SUMMER OF '42 (Miriam), FOOTLOOSE (Ariel). Film/TV: REDHOOK, CLEAR BLUE TUESDAY, ACROSS THE UNIVERSE, CROWNED: THE MOTHER OF ALL PAGEANTS. Proud AEA member and University of Oklahoma Musical Theatre grad. Thanks Kimothy, Avalon Artists, and my two favorite boys.
MYKEL VAUGHN (JOEY) is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and is very excited to be a part of this project, and the fringe. UNCSA productions include IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, KID CHAMPION, COMEDY OF ERRORS, KING HENRY I & II, and BALM IN GILEAD. Much thanks to God, Family, and Friends.
TIMOTHY WARMEN* (DR. AXELROD / SHERIFF GILROY) just finished BURNT PART BOYS at NY Stage and Film and the Vineyard Theatre. It is on Playwrights Horizon 2010 schedule. He spent a large portion of last year in Utah playing Jean Valjean in LES MISERABLES. Broadway: THE WHO'S TOMMY (original cast & Grammy Award cast recording), Kander and Ebb's STEEL PIER, Henry Krieger's SIDESHOW, Frank Wildhorn's JEKYLL & HYDE, Leonard Bernstein's WONDERFUL TOWN (Lincoln Center), Andrew Lloyd Webber's JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, and Jim Steinman's DANCE OF THE VAMPIRES. Film/TV: REVOLUTIONARY ROAD-April's father (Kate Winslet), HIT IT OFF, THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERNIGGER, THE AMAZING JOURNEY, LAW AND ORDER-CRIMINAL INTENT, ONE LIFE TO LIVE, FILM SCHOOL (IFC series), AS THE WORLD TURNS, ALL MY CHILDREN. Regional: Kennedy Center, Papermill, Goodspeed, St.Louis Muny, Houston TUTS, Dallas Summer Musicals, Lajolla Playhouse, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Tuacahn Center for the Arts and so many more great regional theatres.
KIMOTHY CRUSE (DIRECTOR) has been a professional actor, director, producer, production stage manager and writer on Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theater, and in film and television. His credits include: Broadway: THE LITTLE FOXES with Elizabeth Taylor & Maureen Stapleton. ALL OVER TOWN directed by Dustin Hoffman. Off-Broadway: THE THREEPENNY OPERA with Bea Arthur, Charlotte Rae, George S. Irving, Bob Cuccioli & Donna McKechnie, WEIRD ROMANCE, PORTRAITS, FANNY, BEST FOOT FORWARD, PERFECT CRIME, MARY TODD…A WOMAN APART, A SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS, THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL, I KNOCK AT THE DOOR, PICTURES IN THE HALLWAY, ROMEO & JULIET, THE COCKTAIL HOUR, THE MIDDLE AGES, A NERVOUS SMILE and SEX, DRUGS, CLINTON AND ME. Regional: ON A CLEAR DAY…with Robert Goulet, PAL JOEY with Dixie Carter and Elaine Stritch, SADIE THOMPSON with June Havoc , COLETTE with Leslie Caron, COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA with Donna McKechnie, PARK YOUR CAR IN HARVARD YARD, THE POETRY OF PIZZA, JEKYLL & HYDE, 42ND. STREET, CABARET, SOUTH PACIFIC, AIDA, THE FULL MONTY, HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES, HOLIDAY, BELL, BOOK & CANDLE, ANGEL STREET, LEVITATION, THE COCKTAIL HOUR, LATER LIFE, ACCOMPLICE, TARTUFFE, LAST LICKS, JEFFREY, LEND ME A TENOR, 110 IN THE SHADE and LOVE! VALOUR! COMPASSION! Mr. Cruse has directed over 60 productions in his career, and is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.
JUSTIN BOCCITTO (CHOREOGRAPHER) currently directs and choreographs for Circle in the Square Theatre School with credits including URINETOWN, THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS and TENDERLOIN, hailed by theatre critic Peter Filichia as "stylish and confident." Other credits include: SIDE SHOW (Westchester Broadway Theatre), THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS (New York Fringe Festival), SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (MacHaydn Theatre), SWEENEY TODD (White Plains Performing Arts Center) and the New York premiere of GEORGE M. COHAN: IN HIS OWN WORDS, now published through Samuel French. He also serves on the guest faculty at The Juilliard School and Broadway Dance Center. Justin is the Executive Producer of The Group Theatre Too, currently producing COUNT TO TEN at the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Visit
BRIAN TAYLOR (MUSICAL DIRECTOR) has conducted and played piano for MARY POPPINS on Broadway. He also served as Music Fellow for Manhattan Theatre Club's LOVEMUSIK (directed by Hal Prince), and played pit keyboards and rehearsal piano for THE DROWSY CHAPERONE and CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. On tour: Associate Conductor for LES MISERABLES (Marius Company), and Music Director of Cats on tour throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, as well as conducting the premiere Danish-language production in Copenhagen, Denmark. Regional: Assistant Music Director for THE THREE MUSKETEERS at North Shore Music Theatre, Music Director for VIOLET at Cain Park, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at Florida State Opera, and the role of "Manny the Accompanist" in MASTER CLASS at St. Louis Rep.
MICKEY LEE NELSON (ASSISTANT DIRECTOR / STAGE MANAGER) is a third year Directing and Art History double major at Pace University. Past credits in New York City: I KNOCK AT THE DOOR (ASM, The Mint), PICTURES IN THE HALLWAY (ASM, The Mint), FAR OUT! THE NEW SCI-FI MUSICAL COMEDY (AD, The York Theatre), NATURAL CAUSES (AD, Orange Hanky), SEX, DRUGS, CLINTON AND ME (SM, Kraine Theatre). Pace: CIRCLES (Director), TRIBUTE: PEACE, LOVE & EQUALITY (Director), SUMMER AND SMOKE (AD), TRIBUTE: A BLACK HISTORY MONTH CABARET (Director). Regional: SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (SM Intern), SMOKEY JOE'S CAFÉ (SM Intern). Commercial: Microsoft Ad Campaign (Bill Gates' body double).
CHASITY NEUTZE (COSTUME DESIGNER) is very excited to be working with this production and company. BROADWAY: MAMMA MIA!, BEAUTY & THE BEAST, THE WEDDING SINGER, and LEGALLY BLONDE. Off Broadway/ Regional: I LOVE YOU BECAUSE (NYC), TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL (NYC), LES MISERABLES (MSMT), ALL SHOOK UP (MSMT), THE PRODUCERS (MSMT), THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE (MSMT), and HAIRSPRAY (MSMT). This Texas girl would like to thank her family, Kimothy, and Trevor. Peace y'all!!

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R: Michael Chartier
BRIAN BREEN (COMPOSER / CO-BOOK-WRITER / PRODUCER) is a musician, teacher, arranger, and an award-winning composer. In addition to FAR OUT he has composed music for an adaptation of Poe's THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER, which received a reading at the York Theatre in 2003, and the children's musical THE KING WHO STOLE SPRING, a winner in the 1997 Jackie White Memorial Children's Playwriting Contest. He has composed music/sound designs for productions of Euripides' THE TROJAN WOMEN, THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE MOON MARIGOLDS, THE UNINVITED and others. Brian has produced several cast recordings of musicals including A LITTLE PRINCESS by Mel Atkey and Bob Sickinger, TOPSY TURVY LOVES, featuring the music of Gilbert and Sullivan, and his own FAR OUT, all of which are available on He composed the score for PRAY, an independent short film, and currently is working on the score for HAUNTED SLEIGHRIDE, a horror movie. Brian received his education at The Catholic University of America. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America and the American Federation of Musicians.
  MICHAEL CHARTIER (LYRICIST / CO-BOOK WRITER / PRODUCER) FAR OUT is one of two full-length mainstream collaborations Michael has written with Brian Breen. The other is, "THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER," a rock musical drama that received critical acclaim at a concert performance at the York Theater's Developmental Reading Series. Michael & Brian have also worked together on a number of children's musicals that include the award winning, THE KING WHO STOLE SPRING, and THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF SANTA CLAUS. Aside from being a lyricist and librettist, Michael is also an accomplished actor and director. He recently was seen in the World premiere of a new show written by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore, HIGH SCHOOL REUNION, THE MUSICAL. Michael would like to thank EVERYONE - including family and friends - and the wonderful cast and staff involved in FAR OUT for their creative talents and energy. Their contributions and faith in this project have helped to make this dream a reality.
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