Corey Brunish

Terrence Cranert

Corey Brunish - Director/Producer

Nine time Tony nominee and three time Tony Award winner. As a Producer, Corey’s Broadway productions have garnered 56 total Tony awards, including Tonys for Best Musical Revival in 2012 for "Porgy and Bess" and Best Musical Revival in 2013 for “Pippin,”  for which he also received the 2013 Drama Desk Award, Drama League Award and the Outer Critic's Circle Award. Clearly, Corey Brunish has a talent for recognizing and aligning himself with Broadway hits.


Most notably, Corey produced the original Broadway musical “Beautiful The Carole King Musical,” which has now become one of the longest running shows on Broadway and for which the Cast CD won a Grammy Award. Most recently Corey received his ninth Tony Nomination  and third Tony for “Come From Away” for Best Musical Revival of 2017, which also won the Outer Critics' Circle and Drama Desk Awards.


Corey Brunish is a member of the Society of Directors and Choreographers (SDC). He made his directorial debut at the helm of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."  He directed Stephen Sondheim's "Company" in 2009 and was the assistant director of the Broadway original musical "Bonnie and Clyde.”

Terrence Cranert Book, Music, Lyrics

Terrence was an associate producer of the Broadway productions of “A Night With Janis Joplin,” “On The Town” and “The 39 Steps”. He also continues to perfect his craft as a member of the ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop at Dreamworks under the direction of Stephen Schwartz.


Originally from Cincinnati, Terrence Cranert worked as an Equity actor in New York and Los Angeles after receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Theatre and Music from Indiana University. After leaving Indiana, Terrence and fellow classmate Howard Ashman attended the BMI Musical Theatre workshop under the tutelage of the Dean of the Broadway Musical, the late Lehman Engel.

Douglas  Denoff

Douglas Denoff is a four-time Tony Nominated Broadway producer.  He has won the Drama Desk Award as a producer and television's Emmy Award, and in 2012 received his first Grammy nomination.  Through his company Sutton Square Entertainment, his passion is to develop and produce original new musicals and plays that can be successful on Broadway, and in regional theaters and touring companies for decades; shows that can become new classics in the world of theater. Doug is currently represented on Broadway as a co-producer of the new hit musical, Pretty Woman, the revival of Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song, and American Son starring Kerry Washington. He has co-produced the revival of Fiddler On The Roof, David Mamet's China Doll starring Al Pacino, Nice Work If You Can Get It and the original production of The 39 Steps, which he revived as lead producer in 2015-2016. He is lead producer for the upcoming musical Peggy Sue Got Married with score by Bob Gaudio (Jersey Boys), the upcoming revival of The Pirates of Penzance, and the critically-acclaimed Dance! Broadway Showstoppers, an anthology of iconic Broadway choreography.  

Michal Connor

Mr. Connor’s Broadway credits include featured performances in the Tony-Award winning productions of “RAGTIME” and “SHOWBOAT”, as well as starring roles in productions of “THE MOST HAPPY FELLA”, “BIG RIVER”, and “PORGY AND BESS”. In addition to soloing on multiple occasions for President Ronald Reagan, he’s immensely proud of performing for Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Reverend Billy Graham, and Elizabeth Dole.

From Left to Right

Broadway Producer: Van Dean, 

Writer/Composer: Terrence L. Cranert

Actress/Singer, Production Development  Officer: Rebecca Powers

Broadway Legend: Ken Lundie