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2019 5000 Broadway Productions




  2 Tony Award Nominations

        Best Musical

        Produced by Universal Stage Productions /               Glenn Ross and Beacon Communications /               Armyan Bernstein & Charlie Lyons

        Executive Producer: Kristin Caskey 

        and Mike Isaacson


        Best Choreography                

        Andy Blankenbeuhler


       5 Drama Desk Award Nominations

         Outstanding Director            

         Andy Blankenbeuhler

         Outstanding Lyrics                

         Lin-Manuel Miranda & Amanda Greene


         Outstanding Sound Design  

         Brian Ronan


         Outstanding Book                    

         Jeff Whitty


         Outstanding Choreography

         Andy Blankenbeuhler

Produced by Universal Stage Productions/Glenn Ross and Beacon Communications/Armyan Bernstein & Charlie Lyons

Associate Producer: Megan Larche 

World premiere produced by Alliance Theatre (Susan V. Booth, Artistic Director)


Libretto by Jeff Whitty

Music by Tom Kitt and Lin-Manuel Miranda

Lyrics by Amanda Green and Lin-Manuel Miranda

Inspired by the Motion Picture "Bring It On" by Jessica Bendinger

Music arranged and orchestrated by Tom Kitt and Alex Lacamoire 

Dance arrangements by Alex Lacamoire

Musical Director: Dave Pepin


Directed and Choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler

Associate Choreographer: Stephanie Klemons


Scenic Design by David Korins

Costume Design by Andrea Lauer

Lighting Design by Jason Lyons

Sound Design by Brian Ronan

Video Design by Jeff Sugg

Hair and Wig Design by Charles G. LaPointe

Associate Scenic Design: Amanda Stephens

Associate Costume Design: Amanda Whidden

Associate Lighting Design: Peter Hoerburger

Associate Sound Design: Keith Caggiano and Cody Spencer

Associate Video Design: Daniel Brodie


Executive Producer: Kristin Caskey and Mike Isaacson

General Manager: 321 Theatrical Management

Company Manager: Michael Bolgar

Technical Supervisor: Jake Bell

Production Supervisor: Lisa Dawn Cave

Production Stage Manager: Bonnie Panson

Stage Manager: Ryan J. Bell


Musical Supervisor: Alex Lacamoire

Musical Coordinator: Michael Keller

Conducted by Dave Pepin

Associate Conductor: Kurt Crowley

Keyboard: Kurt Crowley and Dave Pepin Bass: Carl Carter; Drums: Andrés Forero; Guitar: Ralph Agresta and Josh Weinstein; Percussion: Trey Files

Music Preparation: Emily Grishman Music Preparation


Cheer Consultant: Jessica Colombo 

Dance Captain: Rod Harrelson

Stunt Captain: Rod Harrelson

Marketing Direction: Type A Marketing and Anne Rippey

Advertising: Serino/Coyne

Digital Marketing: Situation Interactive

Press Representative: The Hartman Group

Casting: Telsey + Company and Rachel Hoffman, CSA

Photographer: Paul Aresu, Michael Lamont, Joan Marcus and Craig Schwartz



Taylor Louderman - Campbell

Adrienne Warren - Danielle

Ariana DeBose - Nautica

Jason Gotay - Randall

Gregory Haney - La Cienega

Neil Haskell - Steven

Janet Krupin - Kylar

Elle McLemore - Eva

Nicolas Womak - Twig

Ryann Redmond - Bridget

Kate Rockwell - Skylar



Calli Alden, Antwan Bethea, Dexter Carr, Michael Naone-Carter, Courtney Corbeille, Brooklyn Alexis Freitag, Shonica Gooden, Haley Hannah, Dominique Johnson, Lauren

Melody Mills, Michael Mindlin, Zach Pennix, David Ranck, Bettis Richardson, Sheldon Tucker, Lauren Whitt 


Joshua Henry "Cross the Line" Soloist

Alysha Umphress "Legendary" Soloist


Swings: AJ Blankenship, Danielle Carlacci, Dahslton Delgado, Keith Gross, Rod Harrelson, Casey Jamerson, Adrianna Parson and Billie Sue Roe

Standby: Nikki Bohne (Campbell, Eva)


Understudies: Calli Alden (Bridget, Kylar, Skylar), Dexter Carr (Cameron, Twig), Ariana DeBose (Danielle), Shonica Gooden (Danielle, Nautica), Haley Hannah (Campbell, Eva, Kylar), Rod Harrelson (Cameron), Neil Haskell (Randall), Janet Krupin (Bridget, Nautica),Michael Mindlin (La Cienega, Steven, Twig), Adrianna Parson (Danielle, Nautica) and Bettis Richardson (La Cienega, Randall, Steven)

The First National Tour of Bring It On: The Musical transferred to Broadway at the St. James Theatre for a limited engagement, with previews beginning on July 12, 2012 and an official opening on August 1, 2012. The production extended its Broadway run until December 30, 2012, closing after 21 previews and 173 performances.


Bring it On: The Musical's Original Broadway Cast Album was released by Back Lot Music in 2012. To purchase the CD or for digital download, please visit Amazon or iTunes.