Project Description

Kat and the Kings (Broadway)

Kat and the Kings with a Book and Lyrics by David Kramer and Music by Taliep Petersen played on Broadway at the Cort Theatre (August 19, 1999 until January 02, 2000 for 15 previews and 157 Performances.

Produced by Harriet Newman Leve, Judith Rosenbauer and David Rosenbauer; Produced in association with Richard Frankel, Marc Routh, Willette Klausner, Kardana-Swinsky Productions, David Kramer, Taliep Petersen and Renaye Kramer; Produced by special arrangement with Paul Elliott, Nick Salmon and Lee Menzies; Associate Producer: Patrick Molony

Directed by David Kramer; Musical Staging by David Kramer; Choreographed by Jody J. Abrahams and Loukmaan Adams; Music arranged by Taliep Petersen; Musical Director: Jeff Lams; Scenic Design by Saul Radomsky; Costume Design by Saul Radomsky; Lighting Design by Howard Harrison; Sound Design by Orbital Sound and Sebastian Frost; Associate Lighting Design: Andrew Voeller; Assistant Lighting Design: Jeffrey M. Whitsett

General Manager: Richard Frankel Productions and David W. Caldwell; Company Manager: Steven H. David; Technical Supervisor: Peter Fulbright, Elliot Bertoni, Eric Hansen and Tech Production Services, Inc.; Production Stage Manager: Pat Sosnow; Stage Manager: Paul J. Smith; Assistant Stage Mgr: Laurie Goldfeder; Musical Supervisor: Gary Hind; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Music Copying: Emily Grishman; US Casting: Jay Binder; General Press Representative: Helene Davis Publicity; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Marketing/Promotions: TMG – The Marketing Group; Online Marketing by Toby Simkin; Marketing Consultant: Marcia Pendelton; Promotions: Leanne Schanzer; Photographer: Jill Furman and Johan Wilke.

Conducted by Jeff Lams; Associate Conductor: Francisco Contento; Keyboard: Jeff Lams; Guitar: Jerome Harris; Bass: Francisco Centeno; Drums: Warren Odze; Sax / Flute: Mark Gross; Trumpet: Ravi Best.

Starring Jody J. Abrahams (Young Kat Diamond); Loukmaan Adams (Bingo); Junaid Booysen (Ballie); Terry Hector (Kat Diamond); Alistair Izobell (Magoo) and Kim Louis (Lucy Dixon)