Adam has starred in Aladdin, The Lion King and Les Miserables on Broadway. His regional theater credits include Zorro, Hot Mikado, Once On This Island, and the opera Harvey Milk. National tours include Aladdin, The Lion King, Mamma Mia and Les Miserables.
Andrew is currently wowing audiences as King George III in Hamilton/Chicago. He brought down the house as the onstage standby for Andy Karl in Groundhog Day. Andrew starred in Found at PTC. Starred as Sonny in FOX’s Emmy winning “Grease Live!”. Broadway: Rock of Ages, American Idiot, Cry-Baby, Glory Days, and High Fidelity. Off-Broadway: Brooklynite, Found, and Altar Boyz. He will also be appearing as Reed in the new Amazon series “Z: The Beginning of Everything.”
Mandy is currently appearing as Angelica Schuyler in Hamilton on Broadway. She is a Drama Desk and OBIE Award-winning actress. Mandy is best known for her emotional portrayal of Nina Rosario in the original cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award-winning hit musical In the Heights; she also starred as Elphaba in Wicked (Broadway). TV/Film: “Madam Secretary,” “Quantico,” “Doubt,” “The Good Wife,” “White Collar,” Viral, After, Man on a Ledge, and Across the Universe. Broadway: AIDA, Lennon, Dance of the Vampires. Mandy has performed with prestigious symphonies across the country and around the world.
Natalie recently appeared in Benny and Joon at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego. Broadway: Madame Defarge in A Tale Of Two Cities , Eponine in Les Miserables, Sally in A Christmas Carol, La Bruja in The Yellow Brick Road, Ginger in Zombie Prom, Maria in The Audience, Flora in Magpie.
National Tours: Camila in In The Heights, Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar, Eva Peron in the 20th Anniversary Tour of Evita (Jeff Award Nomination) Grizabella in CATS, and Rosalia in West Side Story (Japan).
Eliseo has just finished two years starring as Fajardo, Gloria Estefan's father in Broadway's On Your Feet. Other Broadway credits include Leap of Faith, In The Heights, Linda Eder On Broadway and Hair. Off-Broadway: IN THE HEIGHTS, GODSPELL and A NEW BRAIN. Regional: Zorro (Alliance) and Little Miss Sunshine (La Jolla).
Andrea is starring as Jane Eyre at the Cleveland Musical Theater this summer. She recently thrilled audiences around the country as Sally Bowles in the Cabaret National Tour.
Broadway: Indecent; performer, Cabaret ( Frenchie, Gorilla, u/s Sally Bowles), Once, Rent. Regional: Zorro (Alliance Theatre), A Civil War Christmas (Baltimore Center Stage), A Christmas Carol (McCarter Theatre), Tarzan (North Shore Theatre), Venice (Center Theatre Group/Kansas City Rep), High School Musical (St. Louis MUNY), Sound of Music and Big River (Syracuse Stage), Thoroughly Modern Millie, Peter Pan, and Miss Saigon (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse). Readings: Casanova Returns, Freckle-Face Strawberry.
is a Peruvian film, television and stage actor, singer-songwriter and dancer. In his country has starred in the musicals Jesucristo Superstar, Cabaret, Rent and Amor Sin Barreras (West Side Story). Zunino debuted on Broadway, starring as Billy Flynn in Chicago, in the Ambassador Theatre (New York).
Broadway: Pretty Woman, On Your Feet, Sunday in the Park with George, West Side Story (Rosalia), Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Cristina), Ghost (Mrs. Santiago), Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark. Off-Broadway: Getting My Act Together (Cheryl), Little Miss Sunshine (Miss California).
A powerful and important story that needs to be told.
Finally, a musical about something. Something important!
The score to ZAPATA rocks! An EVITA for the 21st century.
A brilliant new musical with huge international potential!
A welcome unity of purpose and approach rarely seen in a production so young.
The show aspires to be a “spectacle,” and succeeds, with its stylized battle scenes, romantic pop/mariachi music, power ballads, elaborate traditional dances, wedding celebrations, and a very moving procession of the dead. A contemporary framing works at the conclusion of ZAPATA!, driving home the connection between Zapata’s fight for his land then and people’s fight for the causes that matter to them today.
Revolution continues to ferment in musical theatre, at least as engaging subject matter. First came Les Miz, then A Tale of Two Cities, and now ZAPATA!. The show needs a Broadway theatre and I hope it gets one.
Ana and Peter Edwards’ book is highly original... Unlike a dry history ZAPATA is the first musical ever to combine “the poetic lyricism of Mexican Mariachi with the edgy social consciousness of Rage Against the Machine.
Excellent, excellent job! I just wish I could buy the soundtrack!