Gabriel Barre is an internationally acclaimed director whose work includes the current, Broadway bound musical, Amazing Grace and the off-Broadway production of The Wild Party by Andrew Lippa which was nominated for five Outer Critics Circle Awards and thirteen Drama Desk Awards; US national tour of Rodger's and Hammerstein's, Cinderella, starring Eartha Kitt; and the national tour of Pippin.
Jeremy Railton's extensive background in theatre, film, television and multi media design, has contributed to his recognition as one of Hollywood's most innovative and prolific designers of themed entertainment. He has worked on projects in Italy, Monaco, Israel, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Korea, India, Japan, China and Singapore.
Dominique Lemieux is a costume designer to Cirque du Soleil including Mystère, Alegría and A New Day with Celine Dion, she also created the designs for Pippin on Broadway.
Ken Billington (Lighting Designer) has almost 100 Broadway shows to his credit including such theatre milestones as Sweeney Todd and the current Chicago. Many touring productions have included Chicago (worldwide), Riverdance (lighting supervisor), White Christmas, High School Musical, and Annie to name a few.
According to The New York Times, Jim Steinmeyer is the "celebrated invisible man, designer and creative brain behind many of the great stage magicians of the last quarter century." His illusions have been featured by magicians Doug Henning, Siegfried and Roy, David Copperfield, Ricky Jay and many others; they've been featured in the 139th edition of Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, and for Broadway, Off-Broadway, West End, and Las Vegas shows, including Beauty and the Beast, Into the Woods, The Phantom of the Opera, Mary Poppins and the current Broadway hit, Aladdin.
George Johnsen is a Grammy® and Emmy® Award winning developer of technologies for entertainment industry giants like Song and IBM, he also co-produced the hit sci-fi television series Babylon 5.
Alex has designed for numerous film and television productions, including the MTV Movie Awards, Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean II and III, and Starz's Magic City. He has also served as Co-Production Designer and Art Director on EDC’s last seven designs for Princess Cruises.
Danny Fiandaca worked on various tours and productions including Come Fly Away (Broadway), Catch Me if You Can (First National Tour) & Lonesome Traveler (Los Angeles Premiere). He has been associated with Princess Cruises for over 10 years.
David Siegel's Broadway credits of How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and providing additional orchestrations for Aladdin and Newsies.
Steve Skorij oversees music production for live entertainment and special events, including Euro Disneyland and Spectro Magic Medley.
Dan Rudin is a four-time Grammy® award winner for mixing and a two-time Academy® Award winner for The Birds (original score/mixing) and The Horse Whisperer (engineer).
Mark Hartman (Music Director) Broadway: Sondheim On Sondheim, Avenue Q, Miss Saigon, 1776 (Roundabout).
Nathalie Gagné is a twice nominated for Best Makeup by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television. She created more than a thousand makeup designs for Cirque du Soleil including KÀ, LOVE and ONE.
Broadway's Associate Producer of The Lion King & Beauty and the Beast, as well as General Manager of Broadway's A Tale of Two Cities, Soul of Shaolin, and A Class Act.
Daniel Wurtzel is a sculptor of unique materials and created experiences for Broadway’s Finding Neverland, closing Winter Olympic games at Sochi and many Cirque du Soleil shows.
Jennifer Paulson-Lee credits include Enter Laughing: the musical, A Rockin’ Midsummer Night’s Dream, 101 Dalmatians and Seussical.
Dennis Lee Bush
Original concept from the show, Magic in the Music.