Andrea Martin

Miranda Hoffman

Paul Shaffer

Mary Louise Parker With Mom Of Hunter Parish

Eugene Levy

Victor Garber

Mary Louise Parker

Martin Short

Charlie Mars

Andrew Rannells

Gavin Creel

Frankie Jonas

Andre de Shields

Producer Edgar Lansbury

Morgan James

Ari Graynor

Zach Braff

Judith Light

Daniel Goldstein

Danielle Deleasa With Kevin Jonas

S. Epatha Merkerson

Colleen Zenk

Nick Blaemire

Ken Davenport

Director Daniel Goldstein

Eric Michael Krop

Telly Leung With George Salazar And Nick Blaemire

Morgan James With Corey Mach

Lindsay Mendez

Celisse Henderson

Julia Mattison

Uzo Aduba

Anna Maria Perez De Tagle

Hunter Parrish With Richard Ridge

Wallace Smith

The Cast Of Godspell

The stars were snapped attending the Opening Night Performance and After Party for the Broadway Revival of 'Godspell' at Planet Hollywood in New York City.


Prepare ye for GODSPELL, the beloved classic from Stephen Schwartz, the Grammy® and Academy Award®-winning composer of WICKED and PIPPIN. Enjoy all the good gifts of one of the most enduring shows of all time as it comes to Broadway in a brand new, intimately staged, one-of-a-kind production. Raise your spirit with the Tony®-nominated score filled with the popular hits Day By Day, Learn Your Lessons Well and Turn Back, O Man.

This timeless tale of friendship, loyalty and love has touched the hearts of countless theatergoers all over the world--and now you can join the celebration as a spectacular ensemble of Broadway's best, including Hunter Parrish (Spring Awakening, Showtime's "Weeds"), Telly Leung ("Glee", Wicked), Anna Maria Perez de Tagle ("Hannah Montana", Camp Rock), performs the greatest story ever told. So come sing about love at GODSPELL!


STEPHEN SCHWARTZ (Music and New Lyrics) has contributed music and/or lyrics to Godspell, Pippin, The Magic Show, The Baker's Wife, Working (which he also adapted and directed), Rags, Children of Eden and the current Broadway hit, Wicked. He collaborated with Leonard Bernstein on the English texts for Bernstein's Mass and wrote the title song for the play and movie Butterflies Are Free. For children, he has written songs for two musicals, Captain Louie and My Son Pinocchio. For films, he collaborated with Alan Menken on the songs for Disney's Enchanted as well as the animated features Pocahontas and The Hunchback of Notre Dame and wrote the songs for the DreamWorks animated feature The Prince of Egypt. His first opera, Séance on a Wet Afternoon, premiered with Opera Santa Barbara in the fall of 2009 and was recently presented by New York City Opera. A book about his career, "Defying Gravity," has recently been released by Applause Books. Under the auspices of the ASCAP Foundation, he runs musical theatre workshops in New York and Los Angeles, and is currently the President of the Dramatists' Guild. Mr. Schwartz has recently been given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Other awards include three Academy Awards, four Grammy Awards, four Drama Desk Awards, and a tiny handful of tennis trophies. Those interested can find more information at

JOHN-MICHAEL TEBELAK (Concept and Original Direction) was 22 years old when Godspell hit New York. It was his first brush with the New York theatre, but by no means his first venture into theatrics. His theatrical career started when he "walked into a theatre at the age of nine and stayed there." Mr. Tebelak originally conceived of Godspell as his Master's Thesis project at Carnegie-Mellon University in 1970. All of the original cast members contributed to the playful script that evolved under John-Michael's direction. Subsequently, he directed productions of Godspell at La MaMa Theatre in February of 1971, the Cherry Lane Theatre (opening May 17, 1971), the Promenade Theatre, and on Broadway. Tebelak co-authored the screenplay for Godspell (1973) for Columbia Pictures with David Greene. Mr. Tebelak was dramaturge for the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City, and wrote and staged liturgical drama there. He died of a heart attack at the age of 36 in April 1985.

DANIEL GOLDSTEIN (Director) is the director of The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown (Goodspeed/Broadway Across America) and Artificial Fellow Traveler with Ethan Sandler, as well as an upcoming production of God of Carnage at Huntington Theater Company next year. As a writer, his musical Unknown Soldier (written with Michael Friedman) will be at the O'Neill National Musical Theater Conference, summer 2011. Recent projects include The Ride (NYC commercial), Golden Boy (Juilliard), Annie (St. Louis MUNY), Clear (O'Neill National Musical Theater Conference), True West (Williamstown Theater Festival), Miss Margarida's Way (Bay Street Theater, with Julie Halston), A New Brain at the Toho Theater in Tokyo, Mary's Wedding at the Two Rivers Theater, a highly praised revival of Godspell at the Paper Mill Playhouse, Sinan Unel's The Cry of the Reed at the Huntington Theatre Company, Beau Willimon's Lower Ninth at the Flea and SPF, the Off-Broadway commercial production of the hit Fringe Festival musical Walmartopia, Kenny Finkle's Indoor/Outdoor at the DR2 and SPF, Falsettos and Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Huntington Theatre Company, But I'm a Cheerleader at the New York Musical Theater Festival and Bathsheba Doran's Living Room in Africa at Gloucester Stage. He has served as the Associate Director for All Shook Up! and Fully Committed and the Resident Director for the First National Tour of Mamma Mia!. He is a graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in Performance Studies.

CHRISTOPHER GATTELLI (Choreographer). Broadway: South Pacific (Tony and Outer Critics Circle nominations), Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Sunday in the Park with George, The Ritz, Martin Short – Fame Becomes Me, 13, High Fidelity and the upcoming revival of Funny Girl. Off-Broadway: Altar Boyz (Lucille Lortel Award, Joe Callaway Award, Helen Hayes Award, Drama Desk Nom.); Bat Boy: The Musical (Lucille Lortel Award); 10 Million Miles; Adrift in Macao; tick, tick…BOOM!; I Love You Because; How To Save the World…. West End: South Pacific; Sunday in the Park with George; tick, tick…BOOM! National/International Tours: Altar Boyz, Godspell, Grease, Pooh's Perfect Day (World Premiere) Disney Theatricals. Regional: Little Miss Sunshine (La Jolla Playhouse), Kander and Ebb's All About Us (Westport Playhouse), The Baker's Wife (Paper Mill Playhouse), Me and My Girl (Goodspeed Opera House), Tom Jones - World Premiere (North Shore Music Theater), O. Henry's Lover (Goodspeed-at-Chester). As director: world premiere of Emmet Otter's Jugband Christmas at Goodspeed Opera House; Chance and Chemistry: A Tribute to Frank Loesser at The Minskoff Theater starring Sir Paul McCartney, Jo Sullivan Loesser, Art Garfunkel, Hugh Jackman, Chita Rivera, Audra McDonald, Judy Kuhn, and more, including Elmo from "Sesame Street;" Radio Girl at Goodspeed's Norma Terris Theater; Departure Lounge at The Public for SPF's Summer Series. Other favorites include: Broadway concerts of Hair with Jennifer Hudson, and Chess with Josh Groban, choreographed for "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" for three seasons, and the opening number for the 2000 Tony Awards. Upcoming: Silence! The Musical at Theater 80 on St. Marks, World Premiere of Disney's Newsies at Paper Mill Playhouse and the new revival of Funny Girl.

KEN DAVENPORT (Producer). Broadway productions include Oleanna starring Bill Pullman and Julia Stiles, Speed-the-Plow, Will Ferrell's You're Welcome America, Blithe Spirit starring Angela Lansbury and 13. He also recently released These Magnificent Miles: On the Long Road with Red Wanting Blue, a documentary on one of the top unsigned rock bands in the country. Ken is the only independent producer to have had three shows running simultaneously Off-Broadway— Altar Boyz, The Awesome 80s Prom and My First Time. He was featured on a national commercial for Apple's iPhone, named one of Crain's "Forty Under 40," and was dubbed the "P.T. Barnum of Off-Broadway" by The New York Times. Ken created and developed a smartphone app called AT THE BOOTH™, which gives a listing of available shows at the famed TKTS® booth in Times Square. AT THE BOOTH™ has been featured on Entertainment Weekly's Must List and called "Ingenious! The best thing to happen to New York theater since, well, the introduction of the TKTS® booth!" Combined, Ken's productions have grossed more than $100 million worldwide and are being produced internationally in over 25 countries including Germany, Mexico, France and Korea. Current projects include bringing the first ever revivals of both Godspell and A Few Good Men to Broadway, adapting the novel and film Somewhere in Time into a Broadway musical, and his latest creative collaboration Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage!. He also runs a number of theatrical websites including Broadway's #1 social networking site,, which has just launched the Broadway board game Be A Broadway Star, recently seen on the Today Show. His blog,, has been featured in Vanity Fair, New York Magazine, The Gothamist and more. He has written articles for Forbes, Mashable, Imedia and others. For more information, visit

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