A mother. A daughter. 3 possible dads.
And a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget!

Set on a Greek island paradise where the sun always shines, a tale of love, friendship, and identity is beautifully told through the timeless hits of ABBA. On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the father she’s never known brings three men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited decades ago.

For nearly 25 years, people all around the world have fallen in love with the characters, the story, and the music that make MAMMA MIA! the ultimate feel-good show.

Creative Team


JUDY CRAYMER (Original Producer / Co-Creator) graduated from the Guildhall School of Music in 1977 and has since worked extensively in the theatre, film, television and music industries. Judy originated the idea of MAMMA MIA! and, in 1996, formed Littlestar Services Limited with Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Richard East to produce the stage musical in London. Since then, she has produced 50 productions of MAMMA MIA! in 16 languages around the world. In 2002, Judy was presented with a Woman of the Year Award in recognition of her international success with MAMMA MIA! In the Queen’s birthday honours list of 2007, she was honoured with an MBE for her contribution to the music industry. In 2008, Judy produced “MAMMA MIA! THE MOVIE,” starring Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan. That same year, she was honoured with
the Women in Film ITV Achievement of the Year Award. “MAMMA MIA! THE MOVIE” also garnered Golden Globe and Bafta nominations, and Judy was personally nominated by Bafta for the Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement. In 2010, The Breast Cancer Research Foundation presented Judy with its Humanitarian Award for her commitment to raising breast cancer awareness and research funding around the globe with MAMMA MIA! and through the sale of the specially created Rock Chick Supremo T-shirts. Ten years after “MAMMA MIA! THE MOVIE” grossed more than $600 million around the world, Judy produced an all-new movie musical based on the songs of ABBA for Universal Pictures. “MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN,” written and directed by Ol Parker, and featuring Cher, Andy Garcia and Lily James alongside the returning cast 
of the original movie, was released in July 2018. Judy has a passion for all things equestrian and is an Ambassador to British Showjumping. Judy also produced VIVA FOREVER!, an original musical based on the songs of The Spice Girls. Judy was awarded a CBE on the Queen’s Birthday honours list in 2020 for her services to theatre and charity. From September 2021 to January 2023 Judy served as Chairman of the Board and Independent Non-Executive Director of Universal Music Group. In 2022 she was honoured with the Variety Club Silver Heart Award for Outstanding Global Achievement in Cinema, Theatre and Music. Judy is co-executive producer of the new entertainment show “MAMMA MIA! I HAVE A DREAM” produced by Thames (a Fremantle label) and Littlestar, launching later in 2023 on ITV1 and ITVX.

RICHARD EAST (Producer) is an originating producer of MAMMA MIA!, having been involved since its inception. A Tony nominee, he has worked in the entertainment business for 35 years in Australia, London and the U.S.

BESPOKE THEATRICALS (US Executive Producer) Partners Amy Jacobs & Devin Keudell executive produce and general manage Broadway musicals, plays, and tours and served as the general managers for all US AEA Productions of MAMMA MIA! from 2000-2015. Other current productions include: MJ The Musical, A Beautiful Noise – The Neil Diamond Musical, TINA – The Tina Turner Musical, Back to the Future the Musical and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Bespoke Theatricals has also supplied executive producer and general management consulting services to a variety of international productions including MAMMA MIA! on the Royal Caribbean, in Mexico, Brazil and Argentina and After Midnight on NCL Cruises.  General managers in the firm include David Roth, Danielle Saks, and Kate Egan. 

BJÖRN ULVAEUS (Music & Lyrics) 1945 Björn was born on 25 April in Gothenburg. When he was six years old, the family moved to the small town of Västervik, and this is where Björn grew up. In the mid-Fifties, Björn fell in love with rock’n’roll and skif e. By the early Sixties, he was a member of a folk group called the West Bay Singers. 1963 The group entered a talent contest arranged by Swedish radio. This led to discovery by songwriter and publisher Stig Anderson and his partner, Bengt Bernhag. Stig and Bengt had recently started a record company called Polar Music. The band acquired a new name, the Hootenanny Singers, and quickly became one of Sweden’s most popular groups of the Sixties. 1966 Björn had a chance meeting with Benny Andersson, himself a member of Sweden’s number-one pop group, The Hep Stars. They hit it off and wrote their rst song together, ‘Isn’t It Easy to Say’. Björn recorded a couple of solo singles in the late Sixties, at which point he also started concentrating more on his collaboration with Benny Andersson. 1970 Björn and Benny started releasing records as a duo and also staged a cabaret show together with their fiancées, Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. 1971 Björn and Agnetha married on 6 July. 1972-82 ABBA. 1982 Björn and Benny started writing the musical Chess with lyricist Tim Rice. 1984 A concept album for Chess was released in the autumn. 1986 The musical opened in London’s West End in May. 1988 Chess received its Broadway premiere. A reworked version of the musical opened in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2002. 1990 Björn and Benny decided to write a new musical. This time, they wanted to write exclusively in Swedish, and they chose the Emigrants novel series by author Vilhelm Moberg as the basis for their work. 1995 The resulting musical, Kristina från Duvemåla (Kristina from Duvemåla), opened in October. The show ran for three and a half years at various theatres in the Swedish cities of Malmö, Gothenburg and Stockholm. Björn and Benny’s most recent musical is Hjälp sökes (Help Wanted), a collaboration with playwright Kristina Lugn and Kristina director Lars Rudolfsson. Björn writes many of the lyrics for the Benny Andersson Orchestra, and has involved himself in the stagings of MAMMA MIA!. 2008 MAMMA MIA! THE MOVIE was released. 2016 MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY opened in Stockholm in January, with Björn as one of the producers. 2018 MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN was released.

BENNY ANDERSSON (Composer) 1946 Benny was born on 16 December in Stockholm. 1952 He received accordion lessons from his father and grandfather. 1964-68 Benny was a member of the Hep Stars, Sweden’s most popular rock band in the Sixties. During this time, he began composing music. ‘Sunny Girl’ and ‘Wedding’ were huge hits for the Hep Stars. 1972-82 ABBA. 1982-84 Benny composed the music (together with Björn Ulvaeus and Tim Rice) for the musical Chess. 1987 He began collaborating with Orsa Spelmän and recorded three albums rooted in Swedish folk music: Klinga Mina Klockor, November 1989 and Fiolen Min. 1990-95 Working with Björn, Benny composed the music to Kristina från Duvemåla, which premiered in October 1995. 1995 Benny received the title of professor from the Swedish government. 2001 His collaboration with Orsa Spelmän led to the formation of Benny Andersson’s Orchestra, a 16-man constellation with vocalists Helen Sjöholm and Tommy Körberg. Thus far, this has resulted in seven CD albums and several summer tours. 2007 Benny was inducted in to the Royal Swedish Academy of Music. 2008 He was appointed Honorary Doctor of the College of Humanities at Stockholm University, and at Luleå University of Technology in 2012. Benny Andersson is married to former TV producer Mona Nörklit. They have one child, Ludvig Andersson. Benny also has two children from a previous marriage, Peter Grönvall and Helene Odedal. He has six grandchildren: Charlie, Felix, Fabian, Malin, Viola and Leonard.

CATHERINE JOHNSON (Book) Theatre includes: Rag Doll, Renegades, Suspension (Bristol Old Vic), Too Much Too Young (Bristol Old Vic and London Bubble), Boys Mean Business, Dead Sheep, Little Baby Nothing (Bush Theatre, London), Shang- a-Lang (Bush Theatre and UK tour) and MAMMA MIA! (worldwide). Also Through the Wire and A Letter to Lacey (NT Connections). Film includes: Catherine wrote the screenplay for “MAMMA MIA! THE MOVIE,” released in July 2008. Television includes: “Casualty,” “Byker Grove,” “Love Hurts,” “Gold,” “Linda Green,” original screenplays for “Rag Doll and Where’s Willy?” (HTV) and “Sin Bin” (BBC), the series “Love in the 21st Century” (Channel 4) and “Dappers” (BBC3). Other work includes: Creative Consultant on ABBA the Museum, Stockholm. Awards include: Catherine has won the Bristol Old Vic/HTV Playwriting Award, Thames Television’s Writer-in-Residence Award and Thames Television’s Best Play Award and was nominated in 2002 for a Tony Award for Best Musical Book for MAMMA MIA!.

PHYLLIDA LLOYD (Director). Theatre includes: Her stage productions of MAMMA MIA! and Tina: The Musical have been globally successful, and critically acclaimed – receiving Olivier and Tony nominations. In London’s West End she directed the all-female Shakespeare trilogy: The Tempest, Julius Caesar and Henry IV (The Donmar Warehouse) – all of which were seen in New York, where she has previously directed The Taming of the Shrew (Joe’s Pub at the Public, a transfer from the Bush). Also for the Donmar Warehouse, Phyllida directed Mary Stuart which transferred to the West End and Broadway. She has also worked at the Royal Court Theatre, National Theatre and the RSC. Opera includes: Her work in opera has garnered an International Emmy, a FIPA d’Or and the Royal Philharmonic Society Award. Her productions include works for the Royal Opera House, English National Opera and Opera North. Film includes: The Oscar Award-winning "The Iron Lady", starring Meryl Streep and Jim Broadbent, "Herself" which premiered at Sundance Film Festival, and "Gloriana" for the BBC. After the success of the stage show of MAMMA MIA!, Phyllida went on to direct the film for Universal Pictures. In 2010, Phyllida was awarded a CBE for her services to drama.

ANTHONY VAN LAAST (Choreographer) Theatre credits include: Tina The Musical – worldwide (Tony Nomination and Outer Critics Circle Award); MAMMA MIA! – worldwide (Dora Mavor Moore Award) ; Sister Act – worldwide (Olivier Award nomination); Side Show – Broadway (Hayes Award nomination); Hair – Old Vic (Olivier Award nomination); Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Song and Dance – worldwide (Green Room Award); Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat – worldwide (Olivier Award nomination, Dramalogue Award); Bombay Dreams – London, Broadway (Tony Award nomination); Candide – Old Vic (Olivier Award for best musical). He has made shows for many performances including Cher, Kate Bush, Sarah Brightman, Elaine Paige, Barry Humphries (Dame Edna), Mika, Ant and Dec and in Las Vegas Siegfried and Roy and Michael Crawford. Film includes: "Beauty and the Beast;" "MAMMA MIA! Here We Go Again;" "MAMMA MIA!;" "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1;" "Never Say Never Again;" "Excalibur; Hope and Glory." In 1999 he was awarded the MBE and in 2019 he was awarded the CBE both from HM The Queen and both for services to dance and choreography.

MARK THOMPSON (Production Designer) Prominent set and costume designer. Mark’s work in the theatre has been recognized with two Critics’ Circle, five Olivier awards and nominated for six Tony awards including most recently the Tony for Best Scenic and Costume Design for Tina: The Musical. His work on the stage productions of MAMMA MIA!, Tina: The Musical and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, have garnered international critical acclaim and been global hits. His productions for the London West End and Broadway include God of Carnage (Ralph Fiennes), Bombay Dreams, Art (with Tom Courtney, Albert Finney, Ken Stott), La Bete (with Mark Rylance), One Man, Two Guvnors (with James Corden), The Blue Room (with Nicole Kidman). His iconic production of Alan Bennett’s The Wind in the Willows was a National Theatre favourite that was brought back for several years. His theatrical credits include productions at the Royal Court Theatre, The Bridge, The National Theatre. He has also worked in the most prominent opera houses across the world, including the MET, La Scala, Sidney Opera House and the Royal Opera House. After the success of the stage show of The Madness of George at the National Theatre, Mark went on to design costumes for the film "The Madness of King George III," directed by Nick Hytner.

HOWARD HARRISON (Lighting Designer) For the Donmar: City of Angels (and West End) – Olivier Award for Best Lighting Design, Measure for Measure, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Saint Joan (also broadcast in partnership with NT Live), Anna Christie – Knight of Illumination Award, Tales From Hollywood, To The Green Fields Beyond, The Fix, Guys and Dolls, Privates on Parade, The Vortex. Theatre includes: Ravens: Spassky Vs Fischer (Hampstead Theatre) King Hedley (Stratford East) Blithe Spirit (and West End), Stones in his Pockets, God of Carnage (Theatre Royal Bath) South Pacific, Shadowlands, Mack and Mabel, A Damsel in Distress (Chichester Festival Theatre) An Ideal Husband (Vauderville) The Gronholm Method (Menier) The Lie (Menier) Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Old Vic and NT Live); MAMMA MIA! (Worldwide); The Wind in the Willows (Palladium); The Truth (Menier); Impossible! (Noël Coward); Mary Poppins (Prince Edward/New Amsterdam, NY); Ragtime (Piccadilly); The Witches of Eastwick (Drury Lane); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Lyric); Private Lives (NT); Neville’s Island (Duke of York’s); The Pajama Game (Shaftesbury); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Savoy); The Importance of Being Earnest (Vaudeville); Harvey (Haymarket); Macbeth – Olivier Award for Best Lighting Design, Love Story, Mack and Mabel, A Damsel in Distress, An Ideal Husband, The Music Man, Shadowlands, (Chichester). Dance includes: Nutcracker!, Edward Scissorhands, Swan Lake (Shanghai Ballet )ENB at the Royal Albert Hall); Hamlet (Shanghai Ballet); Strictly Gershwin (Queensland Ballet). Opera includes: The Barber of Seville (Lyric, Chicago); Nabucco (Metropolitan, NY).

ANDREW BRUCE (Sound Designer). began his theatre career at Glyndebourne Festival Opera in 1968 and was appointed Head of Sound at the Royal Opera House in 1971. A year later, he co-founded Autograph Sound Recording, a leading British sound design and equipment rental company, now responsible for numerous productions worldwide. He was Associate Designer on several landmarks of British musical theatre such as Evita, Cats and Starlight Express. Original design credits include: Song & Dance, Abbacadabra, Little Me, Les Misérables, Chess, Follies, Into the Woods, The Card, Miss Saigon, Children of Eden, City of Angels, Martin Guerre, The Fix, The Witches of Eastwick, The Secret Garden, Alice in Wonderland, MAMMA MIA!, Sweeney Todd, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Mary Poppins. His latest work includes Seven Deadly Sins, Isadora and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for the Royal Ballet and Mother Courage and her Children for the NT.

BOBBY AITKEN(Sound Designer) has been involved with Theatre Sound for over 30 years. Theatre includes: Notable/recent work includes: Mackie Messer – Salzburg Festival, VIVA FOREVER! (London), Ghost (London, Broadway and worldwide), Dirty Dancing (London and worldwide), MAMMA MIA! (London, Broadway and worldwide), We Will Rock You (London and worldwide), Grease (London and worldwide), Lennon (Broadway), Return to the Forbidden Planet (London, USA, Japan and Australia) and Five Guys Named Moe (London and tours), Apollo (US tour), The Divide (Old Vic), The Nutcracker (Royal Albert Hall). Regional work in the UK: Includes productions at The Belgrade Theatre Coventry, Derby Playhouse, Sheffield Crucible, Manchester Royal Exchange, Palace Theatre, Watford Leicester Haymarket and The New Wolsey. Olympic Ceremonies: Bobby was the Sound Designer for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. He has also served as a Consultant for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and 2016 Opening Ceremony in Rio. Opera includes: For the past few years, Bobby has been working to create techniques to deliver credible sound reinforcement for large-scale, in-the-round opera production. Credits include: Carmen, Madame Butterfly, Aida, Tosca, La Bohème, Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci.

MARTIN KOCH(Musical Supervisor, Additional Arrangements and Materials) runs a successful music production company and recording studio with colleague Nick Gilpin, which undertakes television, film, CD and DVD projects. Currently working on the film Consider Yourself for Mob Films and PTL, a musical written by Sir Elton John. Training: Royal College of Music (Scholar). Theatre includes: London (Musical Director): Chicago (Cambridge Theatre), Pirates of Penzance (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), The Boy Friend (Albery), Blondel (Aldwych) and Follies (Shaftesbury). International (Musical Supervisor): Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Oliver!, MAMMA MIA! and Billy Elliot the Musical. Orchestrations include: Just So, Moby Dick, Which Witch, Tutankhamen, MAMMA MIA!, Jerry Springer the Opera, Billy Elliot the Musical, Bad Girls, Kombat Opera, Shoes and VIVA FOREVER!. Also for Shirley Bassey, Charles Aznavour, Jennifer Rush, Michael Ball, Sir Elton John, Anastasia, Denise Van Outen, Jamelia, John Barrowman, Emeli Sandé, Lesley Garrett, Vanessa Mae, Will Young, Beverley Knight, Birdy and John Newman. Recordings include: More than 30 albums including: Les Misérables (original cast and symphonic), Miss Saigon, Oliver!, Hey, Mr Producer!, MAMMA MIA!, Jerry Springer the Opera, Billy Elliot the Musical, Bad Girls, John Barrowman – The Album and Shoes. Film includes: “Sam,” written and directed by Nick Brooks. Television includes: “The Olivier Awards” 1993-2001 (Composer, Arranger, Musical Supervisor), “The Royal Variety Performance” 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008 (Composer, Arranger and Musical Supervisor), “Baftas” 1995-2003 (Composer, Arranger and Musical Supervisor), “Sports Personality of the Year” 2006-2014 (Composer, Arranger and Musical Supervisor), “Kombat Opera” (five mini operas for BBC TV – orchestrator) and “Music Live” (Composer, Arranger and Musical Supervisor). Conducting includes: London Philharmonic, Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, Metropole Orchestra, SWF German Radio Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and The London Symphony Orchestra. Other work includes: Music Supervisor for Cameron Mackintosh Ltd 1988-1999, Eurovision Song Contest 1998 (wrote the opening and closing titles, and Music Supervisor), Commonwealth Games Handover in Delhi 2010 (Composer, Orchestrator and Music Supervisor), London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies (Music Supervisor to all four ceremonies and Composer to the Paralympic Opening). Awards and nominations: Grammy and Tony Award nomination 2002 for MAMMA MIA!, Tony and Drama Desk Award winner 2009 for Billy Elliot the Musical.

MARTHA BANTA (Resident Director) Associate Director MAMMA MIA! Broadway, National Tour, Las Vegas. Original Associate Director of RENT Broadway,Tour, London. Director ROCK OF AGES 10th Anniversary Tour. NYC: Public Theater, Rattlestick, New York Theater Workshop, Cherry Lane, Lincoln Center. Regional: Portland Center Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public, PCLO, Ordway, St. Louis Rep, Capital Rep., Berkshire Theater. Adirondack Theatre Festival’s founding Artistic Director of several premieres.

DAVID HOLCENBERG (Associate Music Supervisor) was the original music director of MAMMA MIA!! and is thrilled to be back on the island! Other recent Broadway: MJ (Tony and Grammy nominations, Drama Desk Award), Groundhog Day, Matilda, Rocky and Ghost. Other credits include the world premiere of Newsies, the US premiere of Ragtime, The Radio City Summer Spectacular starring the Rockettes and MAMMA MIA!! at the Hollywood Bowl.

JANET ROTHERMEL (Associate Choreographer). Broadway: MAMMA MIA!, Sister Act, Side Show, Joseph...Dreamcoat. TV: “Dancing With the Stars,” Tony Awards, Miss USA/Universe. Film: “Beauty and the Beast” (2017), “Mamma Mia!” (2008).

MATTHEW CROFT (Music Director/Keys 1) Broadway: The Illusionists: Turn of the Century (MD/Keys 2). Touring: Jesus Christ Superstar (AMD/Keys 2, Assoc. Music Supervisor); Beetlejuice, Something Rotten!, Motown: The Musical, The Producers, Guys & Dolls. Thanks to our amazing cast, creative team, crew, and our incredible orchestra. All my love to my partner, Aubrey - F&A. matthewcroftmusic.com.

DAVID PATRIDGE (Associate Sound Designer) has been involved with MAMMA MIA! since 1999 and has participated in creating 12 different productions of the show. He has worked in theater for 42 years and considers his time working on MAMMA MIA! some of the most memorable! Currently David can be found working at Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway.

ED McCARTHY (Associate Lighting Designer) Over 80 Broadway, Off-Bway and regional shows. Associate Lighting Designer for all companies of MAMMA MIA! in the Western Hemisphere since 2000. Television: 23 Tony Awards (7 Emmy nominations) Live from Lincoln Center, Grammys, Prairie Home Companion, and more. Graduate of, and teacher at, NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

MICHAEL AARONS (Music Contractor) Broadway: Harmony, How To Dance In Ohio, & Juliet, Moulin Rouge, Hamilton, Aladdin, Little Shop of Horrors. Upcoming Broadway: Boop! The Wiz, Heart of Rock & Roll. Current tours: Hamilton, Aladdin, Frozen, Company, MAMMA MIA!, Moulin Rouge!, Jagged Little Pill. Aarons founded M² Music with Michael Keller. www.m2music.nyc

LARRY SMIGLEWSKI (Production Stage Manager) Broadway: Kiss Me, Kate. National Tours: TINA: The Tina Turner Musical, Ain’t Too Proud, School of Rock, White Christmas. Off Broadway: Cagney, Sex Tips…, All Is Calm. Regional: The MUNY, Theatre Under the Stars, Dallas Summer Musicals, Baltimore Center Stage, etc. For Nettie & Smigs. @LarrySmigs.

ALEXANDER PIERCE (Stage Manager) National Tours: TINA the Tina Turner Musical, Ain't Too Proud, Jesus Christ Superstar 50th Anniversary Tour, RENT, MAMMA MIA! (Farewell Tour). Regional: The Kennedy Center (Guys and Dolls), Walnut Street Theatre, Arden Theatre Co., Philadelphia Theatre Co., Delaware Theatre Co,, Huntington Theatre Co., and Ogunquit Playhouse. Graduate of Emerson College.

ANGELA DOGANI (Assistant Stage Manager) is thrilled to be working on Mamma Mia! As a proud graduate of Boston University, she has had the opportunity to work on a host of productions, from shows on Broadway to live podcasting events. She is immensely grateful for all the friends and family who support her.

MICHAEL SANFILIPPO (Company Manager) Broadway and National Tours include Into The Woods, Jagged Little Pill, A Christmas Carol, Ain’t Too Proud (Pre-Bway), Summer, Something Rotten, Motown, Dreamgirls, The Color Purple, The Lion Kin (LA), Aida (Broadway), Beauty and The Beast (LA), The Phantom of The Opera (LA & SF), Five Guys Named Moe (Bway) and Les Misérables (LA & SF).

WORK LIGHT PRODUCTIONS (General Management) Formed in 2005, WLP has since grown into a full service producing, investment, general management, and technical supervision company. Current and past productions: Olivier Award winning production of Jesus Christ Superstar (North America, UK Tour), Ain’t Too Proud (Broadway, North America, West End), Clue (North America), Cluedo (UK), and the North American tours of Mrs. Doubtfire, MAMMA MIA!, Company, RENT, An Officer and a Gentleman, Motown, Something Rotten!, Bandstand, R&H’s Cinderella, White Christmas, American Idiot, In The Heights  and Avenue Q. Produced Julie Andrews, The Gift of Music. WLP is led by founding partners Stephen Gabriel and Nancy Gabriel. worklightproductions.com.

PORT CITY TECHNICAL (Production Management) is based in Charleston, S.C. Also referred to as “Work Light South,” PCT was initially started in 1993 as Technical Theater Solutions by Rhys Williams. TTS worked with WLP on many shows, including American Idiot, In the Heights and Avenue Q. Since the conception of PCT, tours with WLP have included Rent, An Officer And A Gentleman, Motown, R&H’s Cinderella, Something Rotten!, Bandstand, White Christmas and the pre-Broadway Ain’t Too Proud: The Temptations Musical. Current tours include Ain’t Too Proud, Clue, Company, MAMMA MIA!, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Jesus Christ Superstar.

TARA RUBIN CASTING (Casting Director) Selected Broadway and National Tours: The Outsiders, Back To The Future, Here Lies Love, Bad Cinderella, Bob Fosse’s Dancin’, KPOP, Mr. Saturday Night, SIX, Ain’t Too Proud. Selected Off-Broadway: Sing Street, Trevor, Between the Lines, Clueless. Film: "Here Today". Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, Goodspeed.

THE BOOKING GROUP (Tour Booking Agency) Current tours include Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Come From Away, Funny Girl, Hadestown, MAMMA MIA!, Mean Girls, MJ, Six, Tina, To Kill A Mockingbird, The Wiz, Chicago, Hairspray. Future tours: A Wonderful World, Parade, Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Some Like It Hot, and Sweeney Todd.

ALLIED GLOBAL MARKETING (Tour Marketing and Press) Current tours: Ain’t Too Proud; Beetlejuice; The Book of Mormon; Funny Girl; Hadestown; MAMMA MIA!; Mean Girls; Mrs. Doubtfire; Pretty Woman; Wheel of Fortune LIVE!; A Wonderful World. Upcoming tours: Back to the Future; The Hip Hop Nutcracker; The Kite Runner; New York, New York; Some Like It Hot.



The Cast


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CHRISTINE SHERRILL (Donna Sheridan) last enjoyed the role of Donna during her residency with the Las Vegas company of MAMMA MIA! Other national credits include Kiss me Kate (Kate); Next to Normal (Diana); Guys and Dolls (Adelaide); Sunset Boulevard (Norma Desmond) which earned her the Joseph Jefferson award. TV/Film/Video: "FBI most Wanted," "Prophet," "Red Dead Redemption," "Landline."

Alisa Melendez

ALISA MELENDEZ (Sophie Sheridan) is honored and overjoyed to be your mamma mija Sophie! Broadway: Almost Famous (u/s Penny Lane, swing). Regional: Rent (Mimi Marquez, Paper Mill), Almost Famous (Old Globe). Pace MT. Thank you Justin, Ross, CC, and the good Lord above. Mi familia, I LOVE YOU. For the dancing queens! @alisamelendez

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CARLY SAKOLOVE (Rosie) Carly played Rosie in MAMMA MIA’s 2013/14 National Tour and on Royal Caribbean! Off Broadway: The Book of Merman (Ethel), NEWSical the Musical, The Marvelous Wonderettes (Betty Jean). TV: “The Watcher”(Netflix) Film: Joanna Gleason’s “The Grotto.” Singing Impressionist Headliner on Celebrity Cruises. Boston Conservatory graduate. Instagram: @carlysakolove. For my family!

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JALYNN STEELE (Tanya) is thrilled to tour with MAMMA MIA! Broadway: The Lightning Thief (Sally & Others). Off Broadway: Sistas (Dr. Simone). National/International Tours: Fosse (Star). Regional Theater: Rock of Ages (Justice), Joseph (Pharaoh) & Mary Poppins (Mrs. Corry). Television: “Titanique The Musical: Livestream” (Ensemble) & “Sesame Street.” Love to my family & friends. @Jalynn_The_Entertainer

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ROB MARNELL (Harry Bright) Broadway: TINA: The Tina Turner Musical (OBC), Beautiful (Gerry Goffin u/s), Gettin’ the Band Back Together (Joe Perry). Other: Jersey Boys (Bob Gaudio in Las Vegas, Joe Long in Clint Eastwood film), Rock of Ages (Stacee Jaxx). B.F.A. Elon University. Original comedy & music: www.robmarnell.com. Endless love to Laurel & our baby boy. For Elliot. @robmarnell

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JIM NEWMAN (Bill Austin) Broadway: Hands on a Hardbody, Curtains, Minnelli on Minnelli, Steel Pier, Sunset Boulevard, Tommy. 1st National Tours: Kiss Me Kate, Big, Joseph...Dreamcoat. Film/Television: “Succession,” “And Just Like That,” “The Equalizer,” “FBI Most Wanted,” “Daddyhunt,” “After Forever,” “Love is Strange,” “Hiding in Daylight.” The Cowboy in Village People.

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VICTOR WALLACE (Sam Carmichael) B’dway: Sam Carmichael in MAMMA MIA! final cast. Off-B’dway: Far From Heaven at Playwrights Horizons (Cast Recording). Tours: The Phantom of the Opera (Buquet, Phantom u/s), Les Misérables (Enjolras). Las Vegas: MAMMA MIA! (Sky) at Mandalay Bay Casino. Regional: Fun Home (Bruce Bechdel) at Coachella Valley Rep, Dragone’s Carmen (Escamillo) at La Jolla Playhouse.

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GRANT REYNOLDS (Sky) is so excited to be making his Broadway National Tour debut with this beautiful company. Credits: The Muny’s Sweeney Todd, The Color Purple, Billy Porters directorial debut, “Anything’s Possible” on Amazon Prime. He is thankful to God, his fantastic family and his amazing team. For Grandma & Grandpa. @grantreynoldss

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LOUIS GRIFFIN (Eddie, u/s Sky) Off-Broadway: We Are The Tigers. Tour: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Favorites: Miss Saigon, Newsies (Casa Manana), Joseph…Dreamcoat (The New Theatre), How To Succeed…(Maltz Jupiter). TV/Film: “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon”, “The Big Pitch.” Endless love and thanks to Elizabeth, family, friends, and the DGRW team. For Dad. @louisthegriffin

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PATRICK PARK (Pepper, Ensemble) Broadway: KPOP. Regional: Mythic, The Louder We Get (Segal Centre). TV/Film: “Best Sellers,” “Appelles-Moi Si Tu Meurs.” Big gratitude to my family, friends, Tara Rubin Casting and everyone at ART Agency! @patrickpark

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L'ORÉAL ROACHÉ (Lisa, Ensemble) ) is overjoyed to continue this epic ABBA legacy! Recent credits: Jesus Christ Superstar (Soul Singer, u/s Mary), SIX (Anne Boleyn), Aida (Aida). "God has brought me and will continue to bring me!" @loreal_roache

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HALEY WRIGHT (Ali, Ensemble) Prior to this tour, Haley had been to only a handful of US states, so getting to travel AND do what she loves is just an absolute treat. Love and thanks to all her people! @haleyleft

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SARAH AGRUSA (Swing) is thrilled to be making her professional debut in Mamma Mia! She is a proud graduate of CAP 21/Molloy University, and would like to thank her family/friends for their love and support! Instagram: @sarah_agrusa

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GABE AMATO (Ensemble, u/s Pepper, u/s Eddie) Natl Tour: Cinderella (’17-’18) Regional: Gypsy (Goodspeed Opera House), West Side Story (MUNY), Cabaret (Asolo Rep). All the love to my family, friends and Take3Talent @gabe_c_amato

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CARO DAYE ATTAYEK (Ensemble, u/s Lisa). Nat’l tours: Disney’s Aladdin, Hairspray. Select regional: Signature Theatre, The REV, Arts Center, New London Barn. Elon B.F.A. MT ’19. “Love to my parents, grandparents, family, friends, Pete, Tara Rubin Casting and Hybrid!” @caro_daye

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ADIA OLANETHIA BELL (Ensemble u/s Ali, u/s Lisa) National Tour debut! Regional Favs: The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy, Capital Rep), The Comedy of Errors (u/s Luciana, Chicago Shakes). BFA: The University of Arizona. Rep: Gray Talent Group. I LOVE YOU MOM! IG: @adia_bell

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DEAN CESTARI (Swing) is stoked to join the MM! family. Recent: Great Comet (Anatole; Shanghai), Sound of Music (Paper Mill), Kinky Boots (NSMT). TV: AHS. Thanks to the creative team, Tara Rubin Casting, HKA & my family. @deancestari

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XAVI SOTO BURGOS (Ensemble, u/s Sky) National tour debut! Previous credits: Aladdin in Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular (Disney Cruise Line), Christopher in Cinderella: Enchanted Edition (Flat Rock Playhouse). Thanks to the real ones who believed in me. Bronx Proud! @xavi.s

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EMILY CROFT (Ensemble, u/s Donna, u/s Rosie) National tour: Rock of Ages 10th Anniversary. TV/Film: “Law & Order: Organized Crime.” Other: Disney World, Disney Cruise Line. BFA SUNY Buffalo. Thanks to ATB, Martha & Janet. Love to my family & Josh. @emlurrr

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MADISON DEADMAN (Ensemble, u/s Sophie) BFA graduate of CCM, performed in regional productions of Cabaret, Les Misérables, and Rock of Ages, and appears in TV & film. Stay tuned @mjdeadman and https://www.madisondeadman.com. Much love to Connor, her parents, and TTH agents.

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JORDAN DE LEON (Ensemble, u/s Pepper) National Tour: The Prom. Select Regional: The Muny, PCLO, Seattle Rep, Fulton Theatre, DCPA, Pasadena Playhouse, The 5th Avenue Theatre. CCM. Rep: The Price Group. For my family and Blake IG: jordan_deleon_

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NICO DiPRIMIO (Ensemble, u/s Eddie) Tours: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Jimmy Buffet’s Escape to Margaritaville, Elf, Charlie Brown Christmas Live. Regional: MAMMA MIA!, The Little Mermaid, Guys and Dolls. Love to his whole family! Thanks to Tara Rubin Casting, UIA, JHA! @nicoo_d

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PATRICK DUNN (Ensemble, u/s Bill, u/s Harry) Recently seen leading the National Tour of Les Misérables as Valjean. Other credits include Phantom of the Opera (Phantom u/s), Waitress (Pie Eater), Candide (@Lincoln Center), A Christmas Carol (@MSG) - TCB. @ThePattyDwagon www.PatrickHDunn.com 0 Tonys.

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STEPHANIE GENITO (Ensemble, u/s Donna, u/s Tanya) is over the moon to be making her tour debut! Regional: If/Then; Rent; A Chorus Line; American Idiot. Gratitude to the TPG team, my family, the TGIF crew, my bestest Bear. For my Dancing Queen.

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DANNY LOPEZ-ALICEA (Swing/Dance Captain) is thrilled to be back on the road with MAMMA MIA! National Tours: MAMMA MIA!, Something Rotten! Cruises: Kinky Boots (NCL), Priscilla (NCL) Regional: In the Heights (Engeman), The Producers (ACCC), La Cage (ACCC), WSS (Palace Theatre) @d.lopez580

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MAKOA (Swing) is overjoyed to be making his debut with the National Tour of MAMMA MIA! A Native Hawaiian of Hilo, Hawai‘i and a graduate of NYU Tisch (‘22). Mahalo Ke Akua! Kūlia i ka nuʻu! @makoanyc @thekananaka

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FAITH NORTHCUTT (Swing, u/s Ali) she/her. Faith is so pumped to be joining MAMMA MIA! Tours: Hairspray. Sending love and thanks to the whole MAMMA MIA! team and to friends and family. Proud FSU graduate. IG: @faithnorthcutt, faithnorthcutt.com

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JASMINE OVERBAUGH (Ensemble, u/s Tanya, u/s Rosie) is aware of the power of live theatre and grateful to provide such a gift. Point Park '17. Notable credit: RENT 20th Anniversary! Overwhelming gratitude to Don and Eieshia. Support single moms by donating momsformomsnyc.org (@jasminemoverbaugh)

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GRAY PHILLIPS (Swing, Assistant Dance Captain) Touring: Tina, Legally Blonde. Regional: North Shore Music Theatre, Gateway, Engeman, Theatre By The Sea. Pace MT’19. For my family and Jacob. Thank you to Janet, Tara Rubin and the whole island fam! @grelph_

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BLAKE PRICE (Ensemble, u/s Sam, u/s Harry) National Tour: Monty in A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder. TV/Film: “FBI: Most Wanted,” “Awkwafina is Nora From Queens.” Thank you to The Price Group, my family and my future wife, Kat!

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DORIAN QUINN (Ensemble, u/s Bill, u/s Sam) as an Oklahoma native and UCO alumni, Dorian is thrilled to be making his tour debut! Credits: Jersey Boys, Xanadu. Love and thanks to Dorian’s family and friends. Glory to God! @dairyquinn22, @dq_drawingss www.DorianQuinn.org.

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AMY WEAVER (Ensemble, u/s Sophie) Favorite credits: Jersey Boys National Tour (Francine), Hong Kong Disneyland (Merida) WKU alum. Special thanks to Kevin-Metzger Timson and Tara Rubin Casting, Bloc, my incredible family and God! Believes in mermaids and magic! @dreamweaver90210

TOUR DATES

Date City Venue Tickets
Apr 16 - Apr 21, 2024 Baltimore, MD Hippodrome Theatre More Info
Apr 23 - Apr 28, 2024 Detroit, MI Fisher Theatre More Info
Apr 30 - May 19, 2024 Chicago, IL James M. Nederlander Theatre More Info
May 21 - May 26, 2024 Oklahoma City, OK Civic Center Music Hall More Info
May 28 - May 29, 2024 Fort Wayne, IN Embassy Theatre More Info
May 31 - Jun 2, 2024 South Bend, IN Morris Performing Arts Center More Info
Jun 4 - Jun 9, 2024 Greenville, SC Peace Center More Info
Jun 11 - Jun 16, 2024 Dayton, OH Schuster Performing Arts Center More Info
Jun 18 - Jun 23, 2024 Charlotte, NC Belk Theater More Info
Jun 25 - Jun 30, 2024 West Palm Beach, FL Kravis Center More Info
Jul 16 - Jul 21, 2024 Fort Worth, TX Bass Performance Hall More Info
Jul 23 - Jul 28, 2024 Memphis, TN Orpheum Theatre More Info
Jul 30 - Aug 4, 2024 Durham, NC Durham Performing Arts Center More Info
Aug 6 - Aug 11, 2024 Philadelphia, PA Academy Of Music More Info
Aug 13 - Sep 1, 2024 Washington, DC Kennedy Center Opera House More Info
Sep 3 - Sep 15, 2024 Cincinnati, OH Aronoff Center More Info
Sep 17 - Sep 22, 2024 Greensboro, NC Tanger Center More Info
Sep 24 - Oct 6, 2024 Boston, MA Citizen's Opera House More Info
Oct 8 - Nov 10, 2024 Toronto, ON Ed Mirvish Theatre More Info
Nov 12 - Nov 17, 2024 Providence, RI Providence PAC More Info
Nov 19 - Nov 24, 2024 Rochester, NY West Herr Auditorium Theatre More Info
Nov 26 - Dec 1, 2024 Grand Rapids, MI DeVos Hall More Info
Dec 3 - Dec 8, 2024 Louisville, KY The Kentucky Center More Info
Dec 10 - Dec 15, 2024 Richmond, VA Altria Theatre More Info
Dec 17 - Dec 22, 2024 Appleton, WI Fox Cities PAC More Info
Dec 31, 2024 - Jan 5, 2025 North Charleston, SC North Charleston PAC More Info
Jan 14 - Jan 26, 2025 Orlando, FL Dr. Phillips Center More Info
Jan 28 - Feb 2, 2025 Tampa, FL Straz Center More Info
Feb 4 - Feb 9, 2025 Naples, FL Artis-Naples More Info
Feb 11 - Feb 16, 2025 New Orleans, LA Saenger Theatre More Info
Feb 18 - Feb 23, 2025 Miami, FL Arsht Center More Info
Feb 25 - Mar 2, 2025 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre More Info
Mar 4 - Mar 9, 2025 Norfolk, VA Chrysler Hall More Info
Mar 18 - Mar 23, 2025 Nashville, TN TPAC More Info
Mar 28 - Mar 30, 2025 Huntsville, AL Von Braun Center More Info
Apr 1 - Apr 6, 2025 San Antonio, TX Majestic Theatre More Info
Apr 8 - Apr 13, 2025 Houston, TX Hobby Center More Info
Apr 15 - Apr 27, 2025 Dallas, TX Music Hall More Info
May 13 - May 18, 2025 Costa Mesa, CA Segerstrom Center for the Arts More Info
May 20 - May 25, 2025 Tucson, AZ Centennial Hall More Info
May 27 - Jun 1, 2025 Tempe, AZ ASU Gammage More Info
Jun 10 - Jun 15, 2025 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre More Info
Jun 17 - Jun 22, 2025 Spokane, WA First Interstate Center More Info
Jun 24 - Jun 29, 2025 Denver, CO Buell Theatre More Info