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ALAN PALMER is most known to TV audiences as Corcus on The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.Other film and television credits include Bravo’s The People’s Couch, Jon Benjamin Has A Van for Comedy CentralHot Springs Hotel and Compromising Situations(both for Showtime), Heaven’s Idiots,Accidentally In Love, Mind Your Manners, Brother Red, The Club and a series regular on the sketch comedy show Skin Deep Detergent. New York Credits includeThe Music of Andrew Lloyd Webberwith Michael Crawford at Radio City Music Hall, the off-Broadway shows Bernie’s Bar Mitzvah, Making Waves, Songs the Girls Sang, and his one-man show Fabulous Divas of Broadway in which he portrayed 32 women of the Broadway stage and Fabulous Divas of Hollywood, where he pays tribute to 22. Most recently he played Albin in La Cage Aux Folles at San Jose Playhouse and has been honored to be able to return to The Barn Theatre reviving the role of Doctor Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show and is excited to join his fellow castmate in recreating his role of Delores DelRubio in The Final, Final Farewell Tour of Dick and Delor es Del Rubio this august at the Buena Park Theatre Under the Stars. He originated the role of Gerard Damiano in the world premiere of Lovelace, a Rock Operaat the Hayworth Theatre written by Charlotte Caffey(the GoGo’s), Anna Waronker and Jeffery Bowman, garnering him an L.A.Weekly Award. Alan played Albert Peterson in Bye, Bye Birdie with Copperstar Reparatory receiving a (Zoni Award nomination for Best Guest Artist). Alan is also an award winning director/choreographer, whose credits include the 50th Anniversary production of Oklahoma! for Broadway-Grand Opera, the West Coast premiere of the musical It’s a Wonderful Life, the original production of Inaccurate Informationwritten by Jeffery Bowman at Hudson Theatre (L.A. Garland nominee/ Best Director), the new version of Nunsense A-Menat Open Stage West and tours of Forever Plaid, An Evening of Andrew Lloyd Webberand Godspell(Applause Award, Best Director). He has written several revues, including the musical “rockumentary” Rock on Broadway, his award winning adaptation of Songs the Girls Sang(ADA Award, Best Choreographer) and most recently the off-Broadway hit Fabulous Divas of Broadway. He wrote the film Journey of a Jacketseen at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006 and the television series The Club, NOW CASTINGand CRAIGSLIST COUNCELORS.CD recordings include Songs for Soulsfor The Homeless Children’s Charity Project (in which he cast homeless and street musicians to play on the Country recording), Boy Next Door(a dance CD, 100,000 copies sold world wide, Just One Person(Broadway/Jazz), Alan Palmer LIVE at the Cinegrill (Jazz) Fabulous Divas of Broadway(Original Cast) and Dick and Delores(Original Cast). Alan’s Production company produced the film Stage Door Divas that made its film festival premiere at the Cinema Diverse film festival September 2014. 
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David Legg holds a Masters of Arts in Musical Theatre Performance from New York
University. He currently lives in San Diego where he works as a music director,
composer, arranger, choreographer, and show consultant.
While at New York University David worked with a variety of professionals from the
Broadway community and had the unique opportunity to perform in events at Carnegie
Hall and in a ceremony honoring Steven Spielberg and Robert DiNero. Some other
performing credits include: My Fair Lady; Mame; Fiddler on the Roof; Starting Here,
Starting Now; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying; The Civil War; and a
concert version of South Pacific with Brian Stokes Mitchell.
Mr. Legg has worked on productions presented by the Charleston Light Opera Guild,
Liberty University, Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment, Alluvion Stage Company and
Norwegian Cruise Lines, as well as, composing the music for three original musicals
performed in university and professional theaters.

Dorothy Danner, noted for her inventive staging, has directed over 200 productions of operas, operettas, musicals and plays throughout the United States, Canada and Belgium; including operas for the companies of Glimmerglass, Houston, Philadelphia, Miami, Cleveland, Minnesota, Cincinnati, Portland, Kansas City, Virginia and for San Francisco Merola. Her production of A Midsummer Night's Dream in New York for Juilliard garnered wide critical acclaim, as did her PBS-TV Tribute to Gilbert & Sullivan for the Boston Pops, and her television staging of Richard Wargo's opera, Ballymore, the first and only musical setting of a Brian Friel play. Ms. Danner has had the honor of staging the premieres of contemporary composers Barab, Botti, Garwood. Hamlisch, Harnick, Lloyd, Mechem. Musgrave, Sirotta and Wargo. And she has served on the awards panel for the National Institute of Music Theatre and on Opera America's Panel for New Works.
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