Nick is a Northern California native who has spent a lot of time between NYC and LA. After a few cruise contracts he is thrilled to be back in LA to join the Rock Family!

Favorite credits include "Tony Manero" Saturday Night Fever, "Kenickie" Grease, "Luke" Altar Boys, and Moritz "Spring Awakening.

Forever love to my Agent Todd, My Parents, and Friends! Special shout out to my Uncel Sean Bernardi, who showed me how to follow my dreams and in turn let me follow him around theatres when I was just a little guy! Wouldn't be here without any of you.




Nick Cordero was nominated for a Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for his performance in the Broadway production of Bullets over Broadway, for which he also received the Theatre World Award and Outer Critics Circle Award.

He also originated roles on Broadway in the hit musical Waitress as well as the musical adaptation of A Bronx Tale for which he received Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations.

He made his Broadway debut in Rock of Ages. Nick's off-Broadway credits include the original productions of Nice Girl, Brooklynite, and The Toxic Avenger Musical. His most recent appearance on stage was in the Kennedy Center concert presentation of Little Shop of Horrors.

Nick's television appearances include his work on Queer as Folk, Lilyhammer; Law and Order: SVU and his recurring role on Blue Bloods. He will next be seen in the feature film Inside Game.




Frankie J. Grande is a host, performer, producer, reality TV personality and social media mogul. He became known to the world when he launched his successful YouTube channel in 2012 and more recently, as a stand-out finalist on the hit CBS series, “Big Brother 16.” Frankie followed that as a judge on the 2015 season of MTV's “America's Best Dance Crew” and as a houseguest on “Celebrity Big Brother” in the U.K.

From 2016-2017, he co-hosted “Style Code Live,” an interactive fashion and shopping show that streamed live on His guest starring roles on Nickelodeon's “Henry Danger” and Netflix's “Haters Back Off” have shown that he continues to be a fan favorite. Frankie has also starred on Broadway as Franz in the closing cast of Rock of Ages and made his debut with the mega-hit, Mamma Mia!.

As a producer, he has worked with shows on Broadway including Hamlet, La Bete and Born Yesterday, as well as Brooke Shields at Feinstein's, and his own one-man show, Livin' La Vida Grande. His philanthropic work includes co-founding the non-profit arts organization "Broadway in South Africa" and working with buildOn, for which he was awarded their Global Impact Award. He's currently devoting much of his time and energy to supporting the Los Angeles LGBT Center.




Sean is ready to rock out with this incredible Hollywood cast. After receiving his MFA in Acting from the A.R.T. Institute at Harvard University Sean booked it to NYC. Most recently Sean was seen on stage in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Love Actually Live and Baz: Star Crossed Love. You can check him out in films such as Misfits and Abraham’s Desert and the award winning 116, both available on Amazon Prime.

He would like to thank his incredible family and friends for their unwavering support on this crazy ride that is show business. 




Regina LeVert has performed all over the world and is happy to be back home and spending some quality time with you in the Bourbon Room! Regina’s love of singing is in her blood...she is proud to count the late Gerald LeVert and his father Eddie LeVert of the Grammy winning R&B group, LeVert, and the O’Jays, as family who have inspired her.

Select credits include: Hairspray (Motormouth) at Kansas City Starlight, Chicago (Mama Morton) at The Moonlight Amphitheatre, The Bikinis (Goodspeed Opera House, Long Wharf Theatre) Blues for an Alabama Sky (Angel) at LATC, Once On This Island (Asaka), Little Shop of Horrors (Ronnette) and Jelly’s Last Jam (Hunnie) at the Mark Taper Forum. When Regina’s away from The Venus Gentlemen’s Club, she can be seen in Arendelle as the Queen/Bulda in Frozen: Live at the Hyperion at Disney’s California Adventure. For Rachael. “Nothing ever happens if you don’t show up!”




Tiffany Rae Mallari is a first generation Filipino-American born and raised in the Bay Area. She grew up training under Lisa Clark Schmeling of Dance Direction and moved to LA 12 years ago to pursue her dance career. She's been fortunate enough to continuously work as an artist.

Some of her accolades include High School Musical 3, Cirque Du Soleil's Viva Elvis, and most recently The National Tour of Wicked the Musical. She'd like to thank her parents and sister for their continued support and to God for whom nothing is impossible.




Marisa's been preparing for this show ever since she sang in seedy, dark-lit bars in a rock n' roll band in New York City. Credits include: Eva Peron (Evita, San Diego Rep), Daisy cover/Swing (BAZ: Star Crossed Love, The Palazzo Theatre in Vegas), Polly Peachum (ThreePenny Opera, A Noise Within), Maddie Hopkins (Viral the Musical, Assistance League Theatre LA), Lois Franklin (Life Could Be a Dream, ICT), Cecily Cardew (The Importance of Being Earnest, A Noise Within), Bed of Rindr at The Wallis Annenberg, Super Humans at The Kirk Douglas, Striking 12 at Laguna Playhouse, A Christmas Carol at A.C.T, and Chicago at Prima Del Teatro in Italy, among others.

She can also be seen opening love's door as Princess Anna in Frozen: Live at the Hyperion at Disney's California Adventure. Marisa is a graduate from The American Conservatory Theatre. All my love to my family, Michael Donovan/ Richie Ferris, the entire creative team, my main-squeeze, Michael, and our fur-baby, Lanie. Rock n' roll baby!  /




Callandra Olivia (Sherrie) is thrilled beyond belief to join the the Rock of Ages family! Regional: Bonnie & Clyde (Bonnie), Legally Blonde the musical (Elle Woods), Million Dollar Quartet (Dyanne), Oklahoma! (Laurey), Frozen: LIVE at the Hyperion (opening cast), and originated the role of Riley in World Premiere We Are The Tigers. TV: Netflix “Girlboss”, “Unusual Suspects”, “Blood Relatives”.

Callandra is a midwest girl at heart. She is a proud BFA Musical Theatre graduate from Minnesota State University Mankato and performed at the Kennedy Center in D.C. as a KCACTF finalist. Endless love & gratitude to my family & Stefan, Anthony, DDO agency, this amazing creative team & cast, and to YOU for rocking it out with us! For you, Mom & Dad. -Isaiah 26:4-




Stefan has been a professional dancer and actor on the stage and screen for twenty plus years. With an early love for the stage Stefan moved out to Las Vegas as soon as he could to start his career. That passion for the stage continued to grown which lead to New York and roles in Broadway shows such as Aida, Tarzan and Wonderland to name a few.

For the last ten years Stefan has been based in Los Angeles but still works on both coasts. In Los Angeles Stefan has worked on multiple awards shows, industrials, television shows and films as not only a dancer but also as an actor, singer, stuntman and acrobat.




Most recently seen in the west coast premier of The Three Musketeers (Aramis) at The Norris Theatre. Favorite theater credits: Wicked (ensemble), Cats (Rum Tum Tugger), West Side Story (Riff), Gypsy (Tulsa), Music Man (Tommy).

Justin has starred in the following independent films: False Hopes (releases soon), Fortune Defies Death (NFI Distribution), Disaster LA (Warner Bros Home Video), Attack Of The Killer Donuts (SYFY), 1 Chance 2 Dance (Netflix).




Chuck is from Northwest Indiana now residing in Los Angeles, via New York City. He is ”stoked” to be a part of this “awesome” new journey of Rock of Ages.

Broadway/National Tour credits: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (livent), Aida, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. You’ve seen in in every soap opera since 1997 in various roles. Other TV/web series credits include the EMMY nominated, The New 30, Child of the 70s, How to Get Away With Murder and I’ll Be Watching.

Most recently, he proudly wrote, executive produced and starred in his own short film, STILL HERE about to launch out into the film festival circuit. Please follow @stillhereashortfilm for updates on showtimes. Enjoy the show!




Carlye Tamaren is an actor, dancer, singer, director, writer and producer. She graduated with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!!).

Credits include the upcoming movie musical Drama Drama for Amazon Prime, How To Get Away With Murder, Criminal Minds, and Maize and Blue on Broadway to name a few. She has written, directed and produced multiple award winning web series, with dozens of other projects in development. Carlye is a also a trained acrobat and martial artists in Krav Maga and Capoeira and performed the motion capture for all of the female characters in CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS IV.

Much love to her family and friends, Dan, Michael Donovan & Richie Ferris, and the entire cast and crew for holding her hand and making this dream show possible.




PAT TOWNE is an award-winning actor/director/producer, who most recently appeared as Sinclair Saint Claire in the world premiere musical Bronco Billy at Skylight Theatre.

Theatre credits include: Neil Simon’s Laughter on the 23rd Floor, The Garry Marshall; Charles Busch’s Die, Mommie, Die!, Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre, Celebration Theatre; Skullduggery -The Musical Prequel to Hamlet, Sacred Fools; Hoboken to Hollywood — LAWeekly Award, Best Musical; Stoneface and Kiss
Me Kate, Pasadena Playhouse; Bob's Office Party.

Directing: Frank Zappa's Joe's Garage — World Premiere; Exorcistic - A Rock Musical Parody Experiment — Best Musical, Hollywood Fringe; SKETCHES from The National Lampoon; Ionesco's Exit the King; Gorey Stories — Ovation Award, Best Musical, Sacred Fools; Ray Bradbury's Kaleidoscope, SciFest LA.

TV: Transparent, I Love Dick, Mad Men, Boston Legal, American Woman, Desperate Housewives, Las Vegas, Gilmore Girls, Eagleheart.




Zoe Unkovich is thrilled to be making her LA debut in Rock of Ages Hollywood as the vivacious Waitress #1. Born in Australia, Zoe trained and competed both nationally and internationally as a Professional Latin and Ballroom dancer, placing 26th in the world, and within the top three in Australia from 2004 – 2012 consecutively.

Zoe toured for five years with world-renowned Ballroom dance company, Burn the Floor, before pursuing a career in musical theater. Zoe has performed in Matalor (Rosalie – Australia,) Rock of Ages (Dance Captain/Swing - 10 Year Anniversary Tour) as well as Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Ensemble/Marion Cover – Norwegian Cruise Lines.)




Currently: “Michele" in the pre-Broadway workshops/production of Romy and Michele's High School Reunion: The Musical (5th Ave Theatre, Seattle); also “Elsa" in Frozen: Live at The Hyperion (Disney California Adventure). 

Recently: “Kat” in UMPO: 10 Things I Hate About You at Rockwell Table and Stage.

Broadway: “Marilyn” in Beautiful: the Carole King Musical.

Regional: “Nellie Forbush” in South Pacific (McCoy Rigby Entertainment); “Elle Woods” in Legally Blonde (3D Theatricals); “Mary Poppins" in Mary Poppins (Performance Riverside); “Fiona" in Shrek (Performance Riverside); “Louise" in Gypsy (West Coast Ensemble); “Cindy Lou” in The Marvelous
Wonderettes (original LA company); “Clara" in The Light In The Piazza (West Coast Regional Premiere).

SAG/AFTRA, AEA, AGVA. BA in Theatre from Cal State Fullerton.




Ian is honored to be a part of this cast, and so grateful to be doing this kickass show again in its hometown of Hollywood! His credits include Broadway: “Gettin’ the Band Back Together”, “Radio City Christmas Spectacular”. Off-Broadway: “Leaving Eden”. Regional: “American Idiot”, “Footloose”, “BAZ: A Musical Mash-Up”, “Spring
Awakening”, and many more.

TV/Film: Lifetime Channel’s “Bad Tutor”, “Veronica Mars”, and others. Ward is also a songwriter, guitarist and producer at Outward Original. Join him on his socials & website!




Matt Wolpe is a Los Angeles native who has been seen on Broadway in Finding Neverland and the First National Tours’ of Finding Neverland and Once.

Off Bway: Hells Belles. Regional: Cape Playhouse, Weston Playhouse, Boston Theatre Works, Ensemble Theatre Co. Santa Barbara, Laguna Playhouse, The Engeman, The Blank, NoHo Arts Center, Pasadena Playhouse, Kirk Douglas, La Mirada, and Sacramento
Music Circus.

You may recognize him as the former Bumble Bee Tuna singing spokesman. Wolpe is also an award winning songwriter and multi instrumentalist with 4 records out. His band Matt Wolpe and the Bedside Romeos will drop their
second album this fall. He graduated from Hamilton High in West LA and attended The Boston Conservatory and Berklee College of music where he did NOT meet John Mayer. He is a dog lover and Dodger fan, also a big fan of Dodger Dogs and dogs in Dodger hats. He wouldn’t be here today without the undying support of his parents Lenny and Susie, his Agents BRS/GAGE, Kristin Hanggi and this wonderful creative team and of course the rest of his wonderful friends and family. More info and music can be found at








Kevin Kapler is an American drummer based in Los Angeles. Born and raised in New York City, Kevin comes from a distinguished musical pedigree. His father, Bruce Kapler, spent 20yrs as the saxophonist/vocalist on David Letterman's ‘The Late Show’. As such, Kevin’s upbringing around the industry well informed him in his inevitable career path.









Wrote Rock of Ages. Additionally, he wrote and directed the feature film Barry Munday, (Spotlight Film, 2010 South By Southwest; Selection, 2010 Edinburgh Film Festival; Winner, Newport Film Festival “Outstanding Filmmaking Award”).

Currently, he’s prepping the film Always On My Mind with original music by Elton John and Bernie Taupin and a musical adaptation of Martin Scorsese’s “The King Of Comedy” with composer/lyricist Stephen Trask. Thanks to Becca and Stevie for literally everything.



Best Direction Tony nominee Rock of Ages 2009. Kristin helmed the West End, Off-Bway, Nat’l tour, Toronto, and Australia productions.

Film: Naomi & Ely’s No Kiss List, Dear Dumb Diary, Grantham & Rose. NYC: Accidentally Brave (Alliance Award), Clueless (New Group), bare: a pop opera, Pirate LaDeeDa (Alliance Award). Regional: Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion (5th Avenue), bare: a pop opera (Ovation, L.A. Weekly Award); Pussycat Dolls Live at the Roxy.



Broadway: Come From Away (2019 Olivier Award Winner, 2017 Tony & Drama Desk Award nominations), Rocky (Germany), Rock of Ages (Off-Broadway, West End, UK Tour, Toronto, Australia), Dr. Zhivago (Australia, Korea), Escape To Margaritaville. International: Cabaret, Romeo and Juliet (Stratford). Off-Broadway: Fat Camp, Toxic Avenger, Frankenstein, Anne Wrecksick. Opera: Faust (NY & London), Wozzeck. Film: “Detroit,” “The Upside,” “Happy Texas.” TV: “Mozart in the Jungle,” “Modern Love,” “Katy Keene.”

Beowulf Boritt: Scenic Designer


Designed the original Rock of Ages on Broadway and around the world. Broadway: 21 shows including Act One (Tony Award), The Scottsboro Boys (Tony nom.), Therese Raquin (Tony nom.), Come From Away, Be More Chill, The New One, Meteor Shower, A Bronx Tale, Hand To God. Off-Broadway: 100 shows.



Jo is a set designer and art director. Her New York off-Broadway credits include Accidentally Brave; L.O.V.E.R; The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey; Love, Loss, and What I Wore; and multiple shows with the Pearl Theatre Company. Jo’s regional design credits include the Guthrie Theater, Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Old Globe, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Dallas Theater Center and Geva Theatre. She designed Wishes for Disney Cruise Line. Jo was the art director on Late Night with Seth Meyers for the show’s first five seasons.

She received an Emmy nomination for A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All for art direction.



Broadway: Hand to God, On the Town, Bronx Bombers, Let It Be, Bring It On, Rock of Ages, The Threepenny Opera, Barefoot in the Park, and Good Vibrations. Recent: Clueless (The New Group), Junk, Born For This (Arena Stage). Awards: Jeff, Helen Hayes, and Obie for Sustained Excellence in Lighting Design.

Zachary Borovay: Projection Designer


Zachary G. Borovay (Projection Design) is thrilled to be bringing Rock of Ages back to where it started on the Sunset Strip. In addition to designing Rock on Broadway and all over the world, he also designed the Broadway productions Holler if Ya Here Me, Waiting for Godot and No Man’s Land with Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen, Elf, Lombardi, A Catered Affair, Evita, and Xanadu.

Selected Off Broadway and regional credits include Jesus Christ Superstar (Helen Hayes Award; Signature Theatre, Virginia), In the Heights (The Kennedy Center), Smart People (Hewes Design Award Nom, Second Stage Theatre), and The Colored Museum (IRNE Award, Huntington Theatre). He has also designed extensively for live concerts and theme parks.

Ben Soldate: Sound Designer

Eva Maciek: Costume Design Coordinator


Film: Double Exposure (Costume Designer) Theatrical: The Jungle US (Asst. Designer), Dee Snider’s Rock n Roll Christmas Tale (Asst. Designer) Wardrobe Supervisor: Hamilton, Book of Mormon, Green Day’s American Idiot, Spring Awakening, The Color Purple, Wicked, Mamma Mia, Fosse, Lennon, Ragtime, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Tommy Kurtzman: Hair & Wig Design Coordinator


Most recently designed Wigs and Makeup for the NYC revival of Little Shop of Horrors and The Wrong Man at MCC. Broadway (Makeup): All My Sons, True West, St. Joan, My Fair Lady, Little Foxes, Long Day’s Journey, Bright Star, Fiddler on the Roof, Thérèse Raquin. Off-Broadway: The Public, MTC, NWS. Regional: Resident Ensemble Players, Cape Playhouse, Sig. VA, MSM, D.C., BCS.

Associate Hair Designer on over 15 Broadway productions. @TommyKurzmanWigs

Klint Flowers: Make-up Creation

Ethan Popp: Orchestrations


Grammy Award (Best Musical Theatre Album) and Tony Award (Best Orchestrations) nominated for his work on Motown the Musical (Music Supervisor, Arranger, Orchestrator).

Theatre: Tina The Tina Turner MusicalSchool of RockHedwig and the Angry InchRock of AgesTarzanWe Will Rock YouDisney’s AidaMamma Mia! and more.  Film: “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “The Greatest Showman.”  TV: “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” “Smash,” among others.  Love to Vanessa and Aldrin!

David Gibbs: Music Supervisor


Musician Dave Gibbs has shared the stage with everyone from Tom Morello & Slash, to Jackson Browne & Bruce Springsteen, and has been involved with Rock Of Ages  since the very beginning.

As well playing in the original LA, Broadway and First National Touring companies, he was music supervisor for the Los Angeles, Australian, London, Las Vegas, Toronto and NCL  productions.

Aside from music, Gibbs is a restaurateur in Los Angeles, opening Augustine Wine Bar, Mirabelle, and Sushi Note. Along with partner Andy Paxson, he will also oversee the Food & Beverage program at the Bourbon Room.

Jon Quesenberry: Music Director

TINC Productions: Production Management

Duncan R. Northern: Prod Supervisor, TINC Productions

Gage Steenhagen: Production Manager, TINC Productions

Josh Scherr: Production Manager, TINC Productions

Becca Scherr: Assoc Prod Mgr, TINC Productions

Derek Johnson: Tech Director, TINC Productions

After Hours Theatre Company: Immersive Design


After Hours Theatre Company is an Ovation-winning LA-based production company specializing in narrative-driven immersive and interactive entertainment.  We create fully realized worlds with memorable character interactions.

Previous theater credits include: “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest: The Immersive Experience”, and “The Last Five Years: A Multi-Sensory Experience.” Previous corporate clients include: HBO/Cinemax, Amazon Prime Video Experience, and Southwest Airlines.

Hope Villanueva: Stage Manager


Hope is honored to be back at the helm of Rock of Ages Hollywood. Based in Washington, DC. her credits include PSM on BLKS, directed by Nataki Garrett and the workshop of Lights Rise on Grace (Woolly Mammoth Theatre), Hand to God, Choir Boy, and The Big Meal (Studio Theatre), Marie and Rosetta, The Vagrant Trilogy, Paper Dolls, Queens Girl in Africa, Milk Like Sugar, and The Gospel of Lovingkindness (Mosaic), A House of Glass (Arena Stage), Awake and Sing and Our Town (Olney Theatre Center), Escape from Peligro Island (Imagination Stage), Endgame (Baltimore CenterStage), as well as PSM on the National Tours of Rock of Ages (National and International), My Fair Lady and Young Frankenstein.

NYC credits include Who’s Your Baghdaddy (Off-Broadway) and Once Upon a Pastime (WPPAC). She was previously Resident and Touring Stage Manager for Honolulu Theatre for Youth and Associate Production Manager on Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey’s Bellobration.

She is also a playwright whose work has been seen at the Women’s Voices Festival, Kitchen Dog Theatre, Nu Sass Productions, Ally Theatre Company, The Black and Latino Playwrights’ Conference, and at NextStop Theatre Company, among others. Nathan, my steady North star, I love you lots and lots.

Sharon Sperber: Head of Marketing


For over 25 years, Sharon has been orchestrating marketing initiatives for brands including Eaze, Hilton Hotels, Showtime, American Express, Bud Light, Loews Cineplex Entertainment, Panasonic and G-Shock. Clients that she has worked with include The Santa Monica Pier, The Autry Museum, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hurley, AMC, NBC, Kickstarter and Air New Zealand, among others.

Together with her husband Jeff, they co-founded Eat|See|Hear, a quintessential LA event featuring outdoor movies, food trucks and live music, which they sold to the Los Angeles Times in 2018. A veteran of the music industry, Sharon played an integral role in launching the careers of Sarah McLachlan and TLC, while at Arista Records and was a fixture of the NY alternative music scene at WDRE, Long Island.

Dog and a Duck: Press Representatives


DOG AND A DUCK is proud to serve as the press representatives for Rock of Ages Hollywood. The team is a passionate group of publicists that enjoys telling stories for their clients. DOG AND A DUCK works with a diverse mix of companies including, iconic nightlife and entertainment venues, rapidly growing restaurant groups, cutting edge cannabis brands, global fitness brands, the nation’s first craft brewery, the world’s first champagne house and much more. Most importantly, they’re nice people who like to rock out.

Darcie Crager: Company Manager

Kimberly Helms: General Manager


Kimberly Helms (General Manager) began her career over 20 years ago as house manager at the Paramount & Moore Theatres in Seattle, WA and has since managed dozens of productions world-wide.

Broadway: American Idiot; Chicago national tour: American Idiot; Spring Awakening, Avenue Q; Chicago; Movin Out; Thoroughly Modern Millie; Mamma Mia; Come From Away; Harmony; The Sunshine Boys; The Scottsboro Boys; End of the Rainbow; Seminar. She is acting Manager of Operations & Communications at the Music Center Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization providing endowment support to the Resident Companies at the Music Center in downtown Los Angeles.

Her most rewarding production to date has been running for 10+ years: life partner Jared Stein & daughter Pax Elliotte.

Eric Jordan Young: Associate Director


Eric Jordan Young is the Creative Director and Founder of EnJoY! Productions Group and is an accomplished Producer, Director, Choreographer, Playwright, Songwriter and Entertainer who has credits ranging from Broadway to Symphonic concerts.

Creative credits include: RAGTIME (Dir./Assoc. Choreo), Norwegian Cruise Line: FOOTLOOSE (Assoc. Dir.), ROCK OF AGES (Assoc. Dir.), WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW (Dir./Choreo) and THE BRILL FACTOR (Dir./Choreo). Las Vegas: For the Records’ BAZ (Resident Dir.), RENEGADES (Creative Dir.), Drag Supper Club (Creative Dir.) and many more. Other credits include SAMMY & ME, SHAKIN’, ONCE IN A LIFETIME, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE (skate consultant), THE COLORED MUSEUM, and THE GOOD TIMES ARE KILLING ME.

Eric is very happy to be working with this team and looks forward to presenting new projects in the works.

Holly De Wet: Asst Choreographer


Credits include: National tours of Rock of Ages, Flashdance, Hairspray, and The Wedding Singer. As well as the Vegas company of Rock of Ages.

New England girl at heart but currently living in Las Vegas! Rock of Ages has brought so much joy personally and is excited for everyone to see this incredible show! Love to my husband, family, this amazing cast, creative team, and crew!

Driscoll Otto: Associate Lighting Designer

Pablo Molina: Asst Projection Design

Anne M. Jude: Asst Stage Manager


Anne is so excited to rock out with Rock of Ages 6 times a week! National Tours: Elf, Mary Poppins.  Anne recently relocated to SoCal from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Regional credits include: A Noise Within, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, First Stage Children's Theater, Fulton Theater, Maine State Music Theater, Goodspeed Musicals.

Education: BFA, Arts Administration - Viterbo University, La Crosse, Wisconsin.  Proud member of AEA. Favorite role - Mom to James, Jude and Margaret.  Thanks to my wonderful husband Joe, and family for all the support! For Mom, always.

Matthew Weaver: Producer


Matthew Weaver, a veteran producer of television, film and theatre has served as the head of MediaWeaver Entertainment since its founding in 2012. A Tony, Emmy, and Grammy Nominee, Weaver has produced over 25 feature films and TV shows for every major studio. MediaWeaver has developed and produced not only scripted projects for film and television, but also full-length documentaries, digital series, sports programming, and theatrical productions.

Weaver’s films include ROCK OF AGES, based on his Tony-nominated musical,
and starring Tom Cruise; WE’RE THE MILLERS, starring Jennifer Aniston; THE HEARTBREAK KID, starring Ben Stiller; HESHER, starring Natalie Portman; Mark Ruffalo’s directorial debut, SYMPATHY FOR DELICIOUS; and the first starring role for Westworld’s Evan Rachel Wood in PRETTY PERSUASION.

Matthew Weaver is a prolific documentary producer, having produced several critically/ commercially successful feature-length docs, including the critically acclaimed JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI, THE FIRST MONDAY IN MAY (with Anna Wintour), and SURFWISE, all released by Marc Cuban and Todd Wagner’s Magnolia Pictures.

In 2016, Weaver produced the Grammy-Nominated, Netflix Original Doc I’LL SLEEP WHEN I’M DEAD about ubiquitous DJ Steve Aoki, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Since 2015, Matthew Weaver has executive produced the Emmy-Nominated doc series Chef’s Table, which became Netflix’s first original non-scripted series and is currently in its fourth season. He is currently executive producing Apple’s first doc series due to be
released in 2019.

Matthew Weaver began his foray into theatre after conceiving the stage musical Rock of Ages. As lead producer, he ushered the concept from a small showcase in an LA bar, to a full-fledged smash-hit that ran close to 6 straight years on Broadway, and grossed $140 million. The show was nominated for 5 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and is one of the longest running Broadway shows of all time. The musical went on to play around the world including 2 National Tours, London, Toronto, Vegas, Japan, Korea, Australia, Scandinavia, Mexico, Philippines, and currently is on the Norwegian Cruise Line ship, Breakaway. He is currently developing his next musical, which will be based on the iconic American TV/Music franchise Soul Train.

Hillary Weaver: Producer


Hillary Weaver is a Tony-nominated producer of the musical Rock Of Ages, which received 5 Tony Nominations including Best Musical, became the 29th longest running show in Broadway history and spawned productions all over the world. Involvement included all aspects of producing from casting to production to marketing, advertising and merchandise.

She promoted several of the ROA productions as well as the 1st National tour by participating in local marketing and advertising meetings, giving tv/radio/internet interviews and making other public appearances as well as managed all social media. She Executive Produced the Original Broadway Cast Recording for New Line Records and the Warner Bros. film starring Tom Cruise.

Her first foray into the theater world was creating the Page 93 theatre company with Mark Ruffalo. She produced over 20 play productions which included world premieres and highly acclaimed revivals which resulted in several LA theatre awards.

Janet Billig Rich: Producer


Janet Billig Rich is an artist manager, music supervisor and Tony-Award nominated theater producer.

Among Janet Billig Rich’s most recent projects include, THE CHER SHOW, MOULIN ROUGE – THE MUSICAL, the five-time Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical ROCK OF AGES, the kids-themed musical CAMP KAPPAWANNA, and the musical theater/ cabaret hybrid show FOR THE RECORD: THE SERIES. She is also the music supervisor for the Steve Aoki documentary, I’LL SLEEP WHEN I’M DEAD, Sundance winner, STEP and the widely anticipated musical, SOUL TRAIN.

After starting her professional journey in the rock clubs of New York City, Billig Rich partnered with Gold Mountain Entertainment as an artist manager before landing at Atlantic Records, where she established herself as one of the youngest senior executives and department heads ever appointed at the company.

Kimberly Helms: Producer


Kimberly Helms (General Manager) began her career over 20 years ago as house manager at the Paramount & Moore Theatres in Seattle, WA and has since managed dozens of productions world-wide.

Broadway: American Idiot; Chicago national tour: American Idiot; Spring Awakening, Avenue Q; Chicago; Movin Out; Thoroughly Modern Millie; Mamma Mia; Come From Away; Harmony; The Sunshine Boys; The Scottsboro Boys; End of the Rainbow; Seminar. She is acting Manager of Operations & Communications at the Music Center Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization providing endowment support to the Resident Companies at the Music Center in downtown Los Angeles.

Her most rewarding production to date has been running for 10+ years: life partner Jared Stein & daughter Pax Elliotte.

Scott Prisand: Exec Producer


Scott Prisand is a Broadway and Feature Film producer. Scott’s Broadway credits
include “Rock of Ages”, “Legally Blonde”, “Bombay Dreams”, “BKLYN The Musical”, “Inappropriate” and “Heathers: The Musical.”

Mr. Prisand has also produced several
feature films including “Rock of Ages”, “Jiro Dreams of Sushi”, “Hesher”, “Sympathy for Delicious”, and “Barry Munday.”

Born and raised on Long Island, Scott previously cut his teeth on Wall Street as an advisor to high-net-worth individuals and institutional trading accounts - he specialized in managing money for professional athletes.

Kerry Brown: Exec Producer


Co-Founder of WE ARE HEAR, artist manager, multi-platinum producer, and Film/TV/Event producer. Kerry Brown is known for his recording credits for The Smashing Pumpkins, Miley Cyrus, Ziggy Marley, and many others, as well as his film and TV credits for Blow, P.S. I Love You, Scream, and more.

Involved in the marketing/production of over 50 million records sold, Kerry has produced/exec produced and consulted on numerous high level entertainment properties, from music recording to motion picture production,
film and TV soundtracks.

His knowledge of emerging digital trends is extensive, used in his production of the live multimedia show BLACKOUT, a collaboration between PepsiCo and the NFL to celebrate the Super Bowl, and #808 and #909 day for the Roland Music Corp. Kerry also produced His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday party, Santa Barbara’s Inaugural Starry Nites Festival, and most recently with his partner Linda Perry, the ONE LOVE MALIBU benefit with Katy Perry, Gwen Stefani, Rita Ora, Joe Walsh, Robin Thicke, Rick Springfield, Alanis Morissette, Macy Gray, and more, raising 1mm+ for Malibu fire areas, and Sean Penn’s CORE Gala for Haiti with Cat Stevens and Billie Eilish.

Stacy Sher: Exec Producer


Stacey Sher is a two-time Academy Award nominee, receiving nomination honors for Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, starring Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington, and Steven Soderbergh’s Erin Brockovich, with Julia Roberts and Albert Finney.

Sher served as an executive producer on the Academy Award winning documentary
short, Period, End of Sentence, which was co-produced by her daughter Maggie Brown. Sher has produced more than two dozen major motion pictures amassing nearly $2.2 billion at the global box office.

Her many critically acclaimed and commercially successful production credits include such notable titles as Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight; Steven Soderbergh’s Erin Brockovich, Out of Sight and Contagion; Garden State; Reality Bites; and Get Shorty. Sher has also produced nearly a dozen TV series and TV movies which in addition to AMC’s
hit series Into the Badlands; include the critically acclaimed TV series Sweet/Vicious and Reno 911, on which she served as an executive producer for all six seasons.

Sher is executive producing Mrs. America, a limited television series that goes into production this June for FX, starring Cate Blanchett, who is also exec-producing. Mrs. America is based on an idea that Sher brought directly to John Landgraf at FX, with Emmy-winning writer Dahvi Waller (Mad Men) writing the series and also serving as showrunner.

In addition, Sher is an executive producer for the television series The Devil in the White City – with Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio, Rick Yorn, Emma Koskoff, and Jennifer Davisson also exec-producing. The series is in development for Paramount Television and Hulu. Sher is additionally producing the final season of AMC’s Into the Badlands.

Sher recently served as Co-President of Activision Blizzard Studios launching the film and television division for the prolific game company. While at AB Studios, Sher served as a producer on all three seasons of the Emmy Award nominated Netflix animated television series Skylanders Academy, based on the Skylanders game series. Stacey also oversaw active development for the live action feature film Call of Duty, based on the globally renowned game franchise.

Sher has been the recipient of many honors, including by the ACLU for her commitment to film and television projects that are empowering, inspirational and thought-provoking, dealing with issues from public safety to education, social justice to censorship. In 2007, Freedom Writers, which was produced by Sher and written and directed by Richard LaGravenese, was chosen as the recipient of the Humanitas Prize. World Trade Center, directed by Oliver Stone and produced by Sher, was chosen for the 2006 Christopher Award, which is presented to those who create films that affirm the highest values of the human spirit. Sher was also the recipient of the 2002 Mary Pickford Award from the USC School of Cinematic Arts and the Women in Film Independent Vision Award in the year 2000.

In 2018 Sher was honored by Chrysalis at their annual Butterfly Ball for her contributions to the Los Angeles community. In 2013, Sher returned to her USC alma mater and delivered the commencement address at the USC School of Cinematic Arts (SCA) graduation ceremony.

Sher is a member of the Producers Guild of America, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, BAFTA, and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Bill Bodnar: Exec Producer


Bill Bodnar Bill serves as Chief Revenue Officer for Tabrasa, LLC - a Saas provider of financial technology. He was an early investor in Rock of Ages Broadway, LLC and Rock of Ages Tour.



Robert J. Leary (Bob) is Founder and Managing Director of Vineyard Point Productions (VPP) an entertainment production company focusing on movies and live entertainment. VPA/Leary has financed many movies and several live entertainment productions. VPP is a 2-time Tony award nominee and 1-time Tony Award winner for the Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. Movie credits include Super Troopers 2, The Stanford Prison Experiment, Food Chains and All These Small Moments. Bob is also a producer of Rock of Ages at the Bourbon Room – Hollywood.

Bob retired from United Healthcare in 2007 and turned his efforts towards: coaching High School and youth lacrosse; investing in small to mid-sized growth companies; and, chasing his four kids around their various college campuses. While his daughter played ballet and studied at NYU and is now a movie producer, his three sons were recruited to play Division I Lacrosse at West Point and Hofstra. He has invested approximately 30 seasons coaching and administering youth sports including lacrosse, football and basketball.

Michael Donovan: Casting Director