Eric Kunze

Eric has had the pleasure of starring on Broadway in leading roles for the better part of his professional career. Mr. Kunze recently starred as "The Man" in the national touring company of "Whistle Down the Wind" and starred as the title character in the national tour of Jesus Christ Superstar (with Carl Anderson). He made his Broadway debut as Marius in Les Miserables (opposite Lea Salonga) and went on to star as Chris in Miss Saigon and then as Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees (with Jerry Lewis). Off-Broadway: Leopard's Leap, directed by Michael Rupert. International Tours: The Fantasticks, Pirates of Penzance, and the Mikado. He received rave reviews for the title role in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Muny, KC Starlight, Sacramento Music Circus and San Diego CLO earning a San Diego Critics Circle Nomination) Other Regional (selected): Evita (LA Ovation Nomination), West Side Story, Into the Woods, the title role in Pippin (LA Robbie Award), South Pacific and the title role in the Who's Tommy in Los Angeles.



Gina Feliccia

began her theatre experience through out San Diego County, before moving to New York at the early age of 18. She continued to follow her dream while studying at the American Academy for the Performing Arts, and privately with some of New York’s finest vocal coaches. Gina walked the yellow brick road to stardom on Broadway after starring as Dorothy in the National Tour of the Wizard of Oz. She was the first female to be contracted for both starring roles Cosette and Eponine in the Broadway Cast as well as the National Touring Company of Les Miserables. Gina toured and performed in professional productions such as Camelot, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha, Ava in Evita and Marian in Music Man. She has performed in numerous industrial’s and concerts both in the USA and out of the country, from Montreal to Mexico. Gina has performed in more than 50 musical’s and concerts since the age of 12.  Highlights from her youth include Maria in West Side Story, Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof and Mona Kent in Dames At Sea.

Among Gina’s own performance experience she proudly is creative producer for Big City Broadway for the last 15 years.  It is a collaboration with childhood friend  and fellow Broadway performer, Eric Kunze. Big City Broadway or BCB as it sometimes is referred to as, was designed “to give students opportunity’s Eric and I never had”. To work along side working professionals, build real industry relationships, and prepare for college and career. Gina’s passions are musical theatre producing and directing, her children, Sofia and Giuliana and her hunky husband Zach!


Davis Gains

Davis Gaines performed the title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera more than 2,000 times, during his run on Broadway, in Los Angeles, (where he remains LA’s longest-running Phantom), and in San Francisco, (where he received the Bay Area Critics’ Award for Best Actor). Subsequently, he was chosen by Hal Prince and Lloyd Webber to play the leading role in the world premiere of Whistle Down the Wind. Other Broadway and National Tour credits include Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera, Cornelius Hackl in Hello, Dolly!with Carol Channing, Camelot with Richard Burton andThe Best Little Whorehouse in Texas with Alexis Smith. Gaines’ Off-Broadway appearances include Des McAnuff’s The Death of Von Richthofen as Witnessed from Earth, the Maury Yeston/Larry Gelbart musical One Two Three Four Five, Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins, She Loves Me and Forbidden Broadway. He made his New York City Opera debut in The New Moon and appeared in New York in concert versions of Sitting Pretty, The Cat and the Fiddle, Pippin and the Encores production of The Boys from Syracuse. He appeared in Los Angeles in 1776(Musical Theatre West) and Parade with T.R. Knight (Mark Taper Forum), in addition to Camelot (Sacramento Music Circus), Side by Side by Sondheim (Rubicon Theatre/Pasadena Playhouse), Damn Yankees as Joe Hardy (directed by the legendary George Abbott), inArsenic and Old Lace as Mortimer Brewster opposite Kate Reid, in The Rink with Lainie Kazan and in Two Into One with Tony Randall. Gaines played the sailor, Anthony Hope, in the 20th anniversary concert productions of Sondheim's Sweeney Todd in Los Angeles, London, New York, San Francisco and Ravinia Festival, and more recently, played Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd opposite Faith Prince, and Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, both with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra. He also toured the country with Olympic Champion Dorothy Hamill in Broadway on Ice. Film work includes a featured role in Warlock: The Armageddon with Julian Sands and television credits include Desperate Housewives, Charmed, Chicago Hope, Veronica’s Closet,Bodies of Evidence and Murder, She Wrote. He appeared in three PBS Great Performances broadcasts (the Emmy Award-winning Sweeney Todd with the San Francisco Symphony, Broadway Originals with the Boston Pops and Jerry Herman’s Broadway at the Bowl), as well as the televised specials of the 1994 Kennedy Center Honorsand the opening ceremony of the 1998 Goodwill Games. Additionally, Gaines has sung for five U.S. Presidents and with every major symphony orchestra in North America, including the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl. He has also performed in cabaret in New York at ‘Feinstein’s at Loews Regency’ and ‘Rainbow and Stars’, Hollywood’s ‘Cinegrill’ and San Francisco’s ‘Plush Room’. His voice can be heard over 30 cast recordings and compilation albums, as well as two solo CDs, Against the Tide and All My Tomorrows: Songs of Sammy Cahn. Gaines currently resides in Los Angeles and is a frequent singer of our National Anthem for the Los Angeles Lakers, Clippers, Kings and Dodgers.



Sarah Berry


Sarah Uriarte Berry was most recently seen on Broadway as Diana in Next to Normal. She created the role of Franca in The Light in the Piazza, for which she received Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations. Her other Broadway credits include Nicola in Taboo, Belle in Beauty and the Beast and Eponine in Les Misérables. Beyond Broadway, she played the title role in New York City Opera’s production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella and performed in the New York City Center Encores! productions of The Boys from Syracuse and Tenderloin.


Berry has toured nationally with productions of Carousel as Julie (earning her Dramalogue and Ovation awards nominations), Sunset Boulevard as Betty and Les Misérables.  Regionally, she has held leading roles in such productions as Master Class at Papermill Playhouse, A Little Night Music at both Baltimore’s CenterStage and the Kennedy Center, Guys and Dolls and the Sound of Music at AMT San Jose, West Side Story and White Christmas at MUNY St. Louis, Violet at the Laguna Playhouse and Thoroughly Modern Millie at the La Jolla Playhouse. She has been soloist with numerous orchestras, including the Colorado, New Haven, and Oregon symphonies and the Florida Orchestra.


Berry can be heard on the cast recordings of The Light in the Piazza, Taboo, The Boys from Syracuse and Tenderloin, and Bernstein’s Mass with the Baltimore Symphony. Her TV appearances include “Law and Order CI,” “Six Degrees,” ”The Dave Letterman Show” and the PBS presentation of The Light in the Piazza. Berry is a graduate of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.



Michael Berry


Michael was last seen on Broadway as an original cast member of the Tony Award , Pulitzer Prize winning Next To Normal.  Other Broadway and national tour credits include: Broadway company of Les Miserables.  
National Tour of Sunset Boulevard  with Petula Clark,  The Who's, Tommy,  Mamma Mia. Off Broadway Mr. Berry appeared as Starbuck in Moby Dick, and was honored with a Drama Desk Nomination for Best featured actor in a Play. See What I Wanna See at the Public Theater. Have A Nice Life NYMF, Best ensemble cast Award. The American Clock, Directed by Austin Pendleton.

Michael has appeared in regional theaters across the country. Some favorite productions include: A Streetcar Named Desire, (Stanley) Carousel, (Billy) Macbeth, (Ross) Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Pharoh) Fool For Love, (Eddie) Grease (Danny Zuko) and countless others.

Feature film: Beyond The Law, Limbo. TV: Six Degrees, Renegade, Young Riders.  

Directed and co-produced the short film The Day Of The Grackle, which won the Audience Favorite Award, at Dances With Films Festival in LA, Best Narrative at The Digit Exposition in NY. Best Comedy, Beverly Hills Short Fest, Best in Fest, Route 66, in Chicago, Best Short, Coney Island Film Fest. Official Selection: San Diego Film Festival & Atlanta Underground.

Grateful recipient of a scholarship to the United States International University, School Of Performing And Visual Arts, and In New York was fortunate to study acting with the brilliant Austin Pendleton and the legendary Uta Hagen.



Jennifer Paz

Favorite roles: Cinderella (5th Avenue) Joseph… (Narrator, Broadway Asia Tokyo), Buddy (Maria Elena Holly), Les Misérables (Broadway Company), Miss Saigon (Kim, original first national Broadway tour, Carbonnell Award winner, Helen Hayes Award nomination), Flower Drum Song (Mark Taper Forum), The Last 5 Years (2009 LA Ovation Award nomination), Jesus Christ Superstar directed by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Brian Yorkey (Mary Magdalene, Village Theatre), readings for The Film School, Seattle. Recent concerts: soloist for Suites by Sondheim (Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center), Original Cast 2 (Luckman Fine Arts Complex, LA). TV/Film/Voiceover: Can’t Hardly Wait, Touched by An Angel, Nickelodeon. Love and gratitude to her family and friends.


Norm Lewis


Growing up in the oldest Black chartered Municipality in the US, Eatonville, Florida, Norm always dreamed BIG. Known as a very versatile performer, Norm has been seen in Films, on Television, Broadway, Opera and Concert Halls around the country and the world. He Started off by singing in the Church Choir, High School, and College Choirs along with honing his talents as an actor in the professional theaters around his hometown. He was spotted by a producer while singing at a bar in Orlando, Fla., and was asked to perform in a show with Premier Cruise Lines which eventually lead him to New York.

Norm  returned from London's West End having played the role of Javert in LES MISERABLES. He was also honored to play Javert in the 25th Anniversary Concert  at The O2, broadcast by PBS.  He recently recieved a Tony Nomination for the title role of Porgy in the Broadway Production of The Gershwin's  PORGY & BESS.

Other Broadway Credits include:  SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM (Soloist), Disney's THE LITTLE MERMAID (King Triton); LES MISERABLES (Javert) Drama League Nomination, CHICAGO (Billy Flynn), AMOUR (Painter), Michael John LaChuisa's THE WILD PARTY (Eddie), SIDE SHOW (Jake), MISS SAIGON (John), The Who's TOMMY (The Specialist).

Other New York Stage Credits include, Shakespeare in the Park's TWO GENTELMEN OF VERONA (Valentine) Drama League Nomination, Lincoln Center's DESSA ROSE (Nathan) AUDELCO Award for Lead actor in a Musical, Drama Desk and Drama League Nominations, Manhattan Theater Club's CAPTAIN'S COURAGEOUS (Doc), Lincoln Center's A NEW BRAIN (Roger). The Actors Fund concerts of DREAMGIRLS (Curtis), CHESS (Molokov) and HAIR (The Flesh Failures). Concerts of CHILDREN OF EDEN (Father), BRIGHT LIGHTS BIG CITY (Tad), City Center Encores! GOLDEN BOY (Eddie Satin).

Regionally Norm has been seen in DREAMGIRLS w/Jennifer Holliday, RAGTIME, THE FANTASTICS, BABY, COMPANY, and SWEENEY TODD Helen Hayes Award Nomination.

His Film and Television credits include: SEX AND THE CITY 2, CONFIDENCES, PREACHING TO THE CHOIR,  MYSTERY WOMAN Guest Star, All My Children (Asst DA Keith McClean), Detective Hale on As the World Turns, and Guest Starring roles on Cosby and Strong Medicine,  along with numerous commercials.  You may of watched him as Senator Davis this season in ABC's SCANDAL.


He is very proud to announce the release of His debut solo CD NORM LEWIS, THIS IS THE LIFE!



Michael Guarnera


Michael originally from Boston, started out as a classical actor with extensive training in Boston, San Diego, and Los Angeles. With over 50 musicals and plays under his belt, he has appeared in numerous theatrical productions, from Broadway to Los Angeles, and Europe as well.  Michael wowed LA audiences as Don Lockwood (the Gene Kelly role) in the critically acclaimed stage production of Singin’ In The Rain.  Broadway/National Tour credits include Jesus Christ Superstar starring Ted Neeley & Carl Anderson, Carousel, Evita, Sophisticated Ladies, Pippin, Camelot, & Fiddler On The Roof.  Regional credits include West Side Story, Brigadoon, A Chorus Line, Kiss Me Kate, Grease, & A Midsummer Night’s Dream, to name but a few.  As a director/choreographer, Michael has staged numerous musical productions, such as Evita, West Side Story, 42nd Street, Man of La Mancha, Singin’ In The Rain, and many others.  He also had the privilege of staging two tribute shows – one for the beautiful Deana Martin, for her tribute show to her dad, Dean Martin, and Songs My Mother Taught Me, for the wonderful Lorna Luft, a one woman show honoring her mother, Judy Garland.  Michael’s talents are not just limited to the stage.  He has appeared on numerous television shows, such as Desperate Housewives, The District, Alias, NCIS, and more.  His film appearances include roles in Charlie’s Angels II: Full Throttle, S.W.A.T., Bruce Almighty, and several independent films.  Recently, he co-starred in the musical comedy, How Sweet It Is, with Paul Sorvino, Joe Piscopo, and Erika Christensen.  Most recently he produced and acted in the action thriller The Bus Driver, as well as acting in the emotion drama Imperfect Sky.





Robert Meffe

Music Director


Broadway credits include: Associate Conductor of Little Women and the last six years of Les Miserables, keyboards for Evita (2012 revival), Newsies, The Phantom of the Opera, Avenue Q, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Grey Gardens and Bombay Dreams.  National Tours: Music Director of The Phantom of the Opera, Associate Conductor of Sunday in the Park with George. Off-Broadway: Myths & Hymns, Violet, The Prince and the Pauper, Gutenberg! The Musical! and Lightin’ Out.  TV: Earth To America (TBS), Renee Fleming-Live at Lincoln Center (PBS). Mr. Meffe is currently the Director of Music for the MFA Musical Theater Program at San Diego State University.




Andy Redeker



Andy is the proud holder of a Bachelor of Music degree from Indiana University School of Music.  He has been a studio singer for The Disney Company, Warner Music Publishing and has been a host/emcee for countless live events including The Tribeca Film Festival in New York and Doha, Qatar.  As an Actor/Singer, he has been in: Les Miserable (Marius, Nat’l Tour); Big! (Josh u/s, Nat’l Tour); Titanic (Swing, Nat’l Tour); The Music Man (Olin Britt, Ogunquit Playhouse) Beauty & The Beast (Lumiere, Gateway Playhouse).  Thanks to Family & Friends for continued love and support.  This (and every) show is dedicated to Mom & Dad!