100 Voices
The Creative Team
ja Jason Alexander (Director)
JASON ALEXANDER is probably best known for his nine year, award–winning stint as George Costanza on the hit TV series, Seinfeld. The Seinfeld show was recently voted the number one show in television series history, including Jason as one half of television’s most beloved duo of George Costanza and Jerry Seinfeld. However, those who know him only as George will be surprised to learn of his extensive background as an actor, director, producer, and writer. Besides Seinfeld, his television credits include: Bob Patterson (prod./co-creator); Listen Up (prod.); the TV films of Bye Bye Birdie, The Man Who Saved Christmas, Cinderella, and A Christmas Carol; guest appearances on Community, Harry’s Law, Criminal Minds, Friends, Monk, Star Trek-Voyager, Malcolm in the Middle, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Two and a Half Men and multiple episodes of the animated series Duckman, Aladdin, Dilbert, American Dad and Dinosaurs. His film credits include: Pretty Woman; White Palace; North; Dunston Checks In; Love, Valor, Compassion; Rocky and Bullwinkle, Ira and Abby and Hachiko and the upcoming Lucky Stiff. Jason has starred on Broadway in the original companies of Merrily We Roll Along; The Rink; Broadway Bound; Accomplice; and Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, for which he won the Tony, Outer Critics, and Drama Desk Awards as Best Actor in a Musical. He also authored the libretto of the show which received the Tony Award for Best Musical. On the L.A. stage, Jason most recently starred in the Reprise production of They’re Playing Our Song as well as productions of - I Love My Wife, Give ‘Em Hell, Harry; Defiled; the Los Angeles production of The Producers with Martin Short and the very first Reprise production, Promises, Promises.

Jason has directed in every medium: Television (Franklin and Bash, Seinfeld, Everybody Hates Chris, Criminal Minds, Mike and Molly); Film (For Better or Worse and Just Looking) and Stage (The God of Hell at the Geffen; Sunday In The Park With George, Damn Yankees and The Fantasticks at Reprise and countless benefits). Jason produced the films Agent Cody Banks and its sequels as well as the TV special Ultimate Trek. Jason currently performs around the country in his several one man shows, including: The Donny Clay Experience which has played two successful run in Las Vegas to unanimous critical success and his own Evening with Jason Alexander and His Hair.

As an author, he penned the children’s book, Dad, Are You the Tooth Fairy? He has won the title of Parlour Magician of the Year at the prestigious Magic Castle and he is a noted player in the celebrity poker circuit. He is also a respected teacher of acting and has taught at major universities around the country and the globe. Jason is proud to serve as the Artistic Director of the Reprise Theatre Company, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and re-vitalization of musical theater in Southern California. The company was recently nominated for 17 Ovation Awards, more than any other theater company in Southern California. Jason resides in L.A. with his wife Daena and their children, Gabriel and Noah.
booker Bob Booker (Writer)
BOB BOOKER (Writer) divided his time between television, comedy albums, film, books and theater. In TV he produced, wrote and directed Comedy, Variety, Music, Sit-Com and Reality programming for the four networks and the major studios for worldwide distribution. BOOKER’s career in New York began with his first blockbuster comedy hit, “THE FIRST FAMILY” album, a spoof of Pres. Kennedy’s Family that propelled Vaughn Meader to stardom and won the honor of the “fastest & largest selling album in the history of the record industry,” selling in excess of 7-and-a-half million albums in less than 8 weeks. “The First Family” won every award imaginable as well as the Grammy for “Album of the Year” in 1962. Booker has written and produced (and performed in) more than two dozen comedy albums, among them “You Don’t Have To Be Jewish” (Gold, Grammy Nominee), “When You’re In Love The Whole World is Jewish,” “The Jewish American Princess,” (starring Beatrice Arthur) plus more than twenty others for major labels, which have sold in the multimillions. In Television, BOOKER has produced and written over 500 hours of network prime-time programming for the likes of Lili Tomlin, Ray Charles, Burt Reynolds, Ed Sullivan, Redd Foxx, John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Don Rickles, Gene Kelly, Sammy Davis, Jr., Jerry Lewis, the Smothers Brothers, Johnny Cash, Garry Moore, Natalie Cole, Mickey Rooney, John Ritter, Don Adams, Dolly Parton, Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Henny Youngman, Alan King, Dennis Weaver, Paul Lynde, and, literally, hundreds of other major stars.
dg Danny Gold (Producer) 
Danny Gold began his career producing an array of films working with Danny Aiello , Courtney B. Vance, Jason Alexander, Kathleen Turner, Regina King, Edward Asner, Cary Elwes, Elaine Hendrix, Christopher Lloyd, Mary Steenburgen, Gene Simmons and many other stars.  Danny along with Jason Alexander were directly responsible for discovering, developing and setting up MGM’s AGENT CODY BANKS franchise and served as Executive Producer on  “Agent Cody Banks,” starring Frankie Muniz and Hillary Duff (MGM), as well as the sequel “Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London,” starring Muniz and Anthony Anderson.

Danny’s desire to expand creatively as a writer, director and producer led to his formation of Mod Three Productions (M3P). With Mod 3 Productions, Danny has created, written and/or produced television shows with major networks including: The History Channel, MTV and ABC Family. Danny has also produced projects with Warner Bros., Twentieth Century Fox, Disney, Dreamworks and The Weinstein Company. In 2010, Danny co-directed, co-wrote and produced the Award winning documentary, “100 Voices: A Journey Home.” The film enjoyed a successful theatrical run, was an official selection to numerous International Film Festivals and is now beginning its television run with its premiere on KCET.

Most recently, Danny has brought together all his expertise in production, distribution, marketing and branding in the founding of Cinecast Live, a leader in the burgeoning field of Cinecasting. Cinecast Live most recently produced, marketed and distributed a live concert from Jerusalem, which featured superstar soprano Renée Fleming and tenor Joseph Calleja performing with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Zubin Mehta. Cinecast Live is currently preparing its 2013 slate of live events that will feature major musical acts.
br Billy Riback, (Producer)
Billy Riback has been making people laugh with his mouth and his pen for almost thirty-five years.  Born and raised in Montreal, Riback moved to New York in the late 70’s, and a couple of years later made the long trek to Los Angeles.  To supplement his burgeoning stand-up career, Riback began penning material for such comedy luminaries as Bob Newhart, Rodney Dangerfield, Gabe Kaplan and Howard Riback, for whom he wrote his very amusing Bar Mitzvah speech.  This helped Billy learn early on that he had the ability to write for other comic voices as well as his own. He soon began working in clubs all over the country, such as “The Improv” and “Catch a Rising Star,” and within several years made over forty television appearances on Showtime, HBO, “Evening at the Improv,” as well as on venerable institutions such as “The Merv Griffin Show.”  As well, he opened for such musical giants as Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry.

Soon Riback turned to television writing, beginning with an acclaimed episode of “Murphy Brown,” starring Candice Bergen. He then wrote on the comedy anthology series “Carol and Company,” starring Carol Burnett, and followed that up with the smash hit, “Home Improvement.” Writing on the show for its first five seasons, helping it garner all kinds of acclaim and many People’s Choice awards. While still working on “Home Improvement,” Riback simultaneously wrote and consulted on Wind Dancer’s other two projects, “Buddies,” starring Dave Chappelle, and “Thunder Alley,” starring the Emmy winning Edward Asner. Soon thereafter, he sold a show called “Ask Harriet,” to Fox, which ran for one season.

In the last several years, he has written for and consulted on such series as UPN’s “Grown Ups,” starring Jaleel White, and ABC’s “Madigan Men,” featuring Gabriel Byrne, and most recently, the Disney Channel show, “The Suite Life of Zach & Cody,” as well as the spin-off “The Suite Life: On Deck.” His other Disney duties included the role of consulting producer on two other major hits, “Wizards of Waverly Place,” and “Hannah Montana”. He also speaks at many comedy seminars, as well as guest-teaches various acting classes around Los Angeles, and for the last few years has been teaching standup comedy to kids of all ages, hoping to inspire the next Jackie Mason, or at the very least, a really funny Walmart employee.
  Jeff Abraham (Press Representative)
Jeff Abraham has been with Jonas Public Relations for nearly 20 years as head of the company's comedy department.  During this time, he has represented some of the biggest and most important names in comedy including: George Carlin, Jeff Foxworthy, George Lopez, Bill Maher, Dennis Miller, Carl Reiner, Rita Rudner, The Smothers Brothers, Spinal Tap and Lily Tomlin.  Because of his vast knowledge comedy and entertainment history, Jeff has also been the "go-to guy" for representing books, DVDs and CDs by the likes of Lenny Bruce, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, Bill Hicks, Spike Jones, Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra. In his spare time, Jeff consults and works with the TV Academy's Archive of American Television, Paley Center For Media and Writers Bloc. Most recently, he has served as the research consultant for the acclaimed PBS series “Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America” and the Starz Channel documentary on Jerry Lewis.
  Kate Bergh (Costume Design)
Kate Bergh is so happy to be working with Jason Alexander again after doing costumes for several shows at Reprise Theater including: “I Love My Wife,” “They’re Playing My Song,” and “The Fantasticks.” She also designed “Prisoner of Second Avenue,” in which Jason starred at the El Portal Theater. At the Pasadena Playhouse, she designed costumes for “Art,” “South Street,” “Under My Skin,” and “Amahl and the Night Visitors.” Other productions include “Cabaret,” for which she received the Backstage Garland Award for Best Costume Design, “Gigi,” “How to Succeed in Business…,” and “A Funny Thing Happened…” She also did costumes for “Blame It on Beckett,” “The Savannah Disputations,” “The Morini Strad” and “Old Wicked Songs,” for The Colony Theatre. Designing for the theater is Kate’s first love and she is delighted to be a part of this production of “When You’re in Love…” here at the Greenway Court Theater.
warr Warren Patrick Casey (Prop Master)
Warren Patrick Casey is a graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. He has worked over 30 years in almost every aspect of design, from interiors, graphics, and fine art to set design. Not strictly a designer, in his shop he builds everything he conceives. He has worked in many aspects of film, theme park/museum design and theater, but really enjoys designing and building specialty props for film and theater. For the last 15 years he has also been a full time professional musician in the national performing act “Wicked Tinkers”. www.warrencasey.com
  Michael Gunderson (Sound Design)
MICHAEL GUNDERSON has been an accomplished sound designer/sound engineer for the past 23 years. He has worked on many Albums/CDs, TV shows, as well as radio and theatre productions. Happy to be working with Jason Alexander again, (“The Odd Couple”, “I Love My Wife”), he is currently the head of sound for the Wadsworth and Brentwood theatres and has been a part of those venues for the past 11 years. Additionally, he continues to work at The Geffen Playhouse in the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater (shows have included Louis and Keely “Live at the Sahara” and “The Pianist of Willesden Lane” to name a few), and has been the sound designer and production manager for the past 6 years with The Fulfillment Fund, with Producer/Songwriter Charles Fox on “The Songs of Our Lives” concerts. He also worked with Robby Krieger of The Doors recording “Singularity,” which was nominated for a Grammy in 2010. His sound designs have included the West Coast performances of “Golda’s Balcony,” with Tova Feldshuh, which took place in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Irving Berlin’s “I Love A Piano” Tour 2007-2008, as well as the Malibu Stage Theatre 2008 season.
hur Deborah N. Hurwitz (Co-Composer/Music Director)
Deborah is a composer, music director, producer and performer who divides her time between New York and Los Angeles. She conducted Grammy and Tony winner “Jersey Boys” on Broadway and serves as the Music Technical Designer for all twelve “Jersey Boys” companies worldwide. Other Broadway shows include: “Miss Saigon,” “Jekyll and Hyde,” and “The Who's Tommy.” First National Tours include: “Mamma Mia!,” “Miss Saigon,” and “Aspects of Love.” Most recently, Deborah joined Cirque du Soleil as the Music Director of its first resident production in Los Angeles, IRIS: Journey Through the World of Cinema, featuring a full orchestral score by Danny Elfman. Deborah has also composed and arranged extensively for film and television, including feature films “The Crossing Guard” (Miramax/Jack Nicholson), and “City of Industry,” (MGM/Harvey Keitel), and TV shows “Highlander: The Raven,” “Guiding Light,” and “Sesame Street.”  She arranged and conducted for Sinead O'Connor, Gloria Estefan and Sarah Brightman, and she was the Vocal Director of the ABC Television Muppet Special “Elmopalooza,” and its Grammy-winning soundtrack. Deborah has toured with Cyndi Lauper and Cher as a keyboardist and vocalist, and released two independent CD’s as solo artist Deborah Marlowe. Her single “Mirror,” reached No. 25 on the Billboard Hot Singles Sales charts and she was featured on “Voice of America,” as an emerging voice in contemporary music. In arts education, she served as Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music for six years, and recently conducted master classes for USC’s Thornton School of Music and Lincoln Center’s Meet the Artist series, among many others. For more information, please visit www.hurwitzmusic.com .
amy Amy Lieberman, C.S.A. (Casting Director)
Current: Ensemble Theatre Company, S.B.since 2006. The recipient of six CSA Artios Awards, with a total of twelve nominations. Broadway credits include: “The Dinner Party,” “Flower Drum Song,” and “Big River.” Recent Past: Reprise Theatre Company for three seasons. Center Theatre Group (Mark Taper Forum/Ahmanson/Kirk Douglas) 1999–2006, 1983-1989. Many regional theatres throughout the states. Local: L.A. TheatreWorks, Pasadena Playhouse (two seasons), Ojai Playwrights Conference, The Granada, KCRW, Sundance Theatre Lab, Deaf West, Theatre@Boston Court, Falcon Theatre and Hollywood Theatre of the Ear. Film and television (1/2 hr., hour, MOW’s) throughout the 90’s. Continuing: Visiting Assoc. Prof. UCLA- MFA 3rd yr. graduate program beginning in 2007.
Pas David Pascal (Scenic/Media Design)
Born in Far Rockaway NY, raised in Sherman Oaks, CA and Bar Mitzva'd at Temple Beth Meir, David's passion to create has led him on a journey through all facets of the entertainment industry. From the marketing of feature films (The Big Chill, Sophie's Choice, Schindler's List, The Big Lebowski, Men In Black) to television (Seinfeld, Breaking Bad, Rescue Me, The Shield, The Doctor Oz Show, Rules of Engagement, 'Til Death, Just Shoot Me!), music (Bon Jovi All Access, Pascal Records), video games (Monty Python's The Meaning of Life), as well as design work for The David Lynch Foundation and The GLAAD Awards.

Formally trained as a graphic designer before the advent of the PC, David embraced the digital revolution with an analogue aesthetic and continues to look for new ways to push the creative envelope from concept to execution. David lives in Los Angeles with his wife Susan and children Jacob and Mia Rose.
  Dan Weingarten (Lighting Designer)
Credits include: East West Player’s “A Little Night Music,” “Krunk Fu Battle Battle,” “Pippin,” and “Wrinkles,” “Rock of Ages” (LA and Las Vegas Productions.), Long Beach Opera’s “The Difficulty of Crossing a Field,” “Akhnaten,” and “Orpheus and Euridice,” Bootleg's “Stranger” (LA Drama Critics Circle Nominee), The Santa Barbara Theater’s “Doubt,” The Ebony Repertory Companies' “Two Trains Running” (Ovation Nominee), Rogue Machine's “I Wish I Had a Sylvia Plath” and The Sunset Limited and the Echo Theater Companies’ “Wirehead.” He is the recipient of the LA Drama Critic’s Circle Angstrom Award, the LA Weekly Award, the Garland Award and the Dramalogue Award. He is also the Lighting Designer for Universal Studio Hollywood's Theatrical Operations unit, is on faculty at California State University Northridge (CSUN) and received his MFA in Design and Production from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts).
Terry Wollman

Terry Wollman (Guitarist/Associate Music Director)
Originally from Miami, Terry Wollman moved to Los Angeles after graduating from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. As an in-demand musician for films, sessions, and tours, he has performed with an array of artists including Billy Preston, Little Richard, Joan Baez, Joe Walsh, Keb’ Mo’, and Eartha Kitt. TV credits include stints on The Tonight Show, The Byron Allen Show, Scrubs, Married With Children, and Desperate Housewives. 
As an acclaimed recording artist, his album “Buddha’s Ear” went to #4 on the Billboard charts.

Read Terry's full bio at www.terrywollman.com