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photo Doug Katsaros (Plays himself, composer/lyricist) wrote the opening theme and special material for the 2001 & 2002 Tony Awards, conducted Broadway's "Footloose," Vocal and Dance arranged Broadway's "The Life," orchestrated Broadway's "The Rocky Horror Show," co-starred in and music directed Cy Coleman's "Exactly Like You," starred as Berger on Broadway in "Hair!," Composed and directed off-Broadway's "Abie's Island Rose," composed off Broadway's "Just So," co-composed "My Name Is Alice" and Hal Prince's "Diamonds," and is composing Jackie Mason's 2003 Broadway show. He is composing the first original 18 minute symphonic piece for the 2003 Macy's fireworks extravaganza, and has written music for the Ringling Brothers Circus. He has played keyboards, sung and orchestrated on CD's for Rod Stewart, Donny Osmond, Cher, Judy Collins, Kiss, Live, Peter Frampton, Bon Jovi, Gloria Estefan, Sinead O'Connor, Richie Havens, Peter, Paul & Mary, Frank Sinatra, B. B. King and Todd Rundgren among others.

Wayne Cilento (Wayne Farella, choreographer) won the 1993 Tony Award for Best Choreography for "Tommy" as well as the Drama Desk Award and Fred Astaire Award, and was nominated for the 1997 Laurence Olivier Award for the West End production of "Tommy." He was honored with his fourth Tony Award nomination for the hit revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" starring Matthew Broderick, and his fifth for "Dream: The Johnny Mercer Musical," which he also directed. He is the choreographer of the new Elton John/ Tim Rice musical "Aida." He is also the director and choreographer for the critically acclaimed Spirit," a contemporary Native American spectacle and an award-winning PBS special.










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