Love, Incorporated

2/5/2009 - 2/22/2009


Michael Minarik (Landon Bragg)

Les Miserables (Grantaire - revival). Off Broadway: Glimpses of the Moon (Nick Lansing). 1st National Broadway Tours: Little Women (John Brooke), Urinetown (Bobby Strong s/b). Regional: Phantom (Phantom) N.C. Theater; The Happy Time (Jacques) Signature Theater D.C; Urinetown (Bobby Strong) A.C.T San Francisco; The Rink (Dino) The Cape Playhouse; Beauty and the Beast (Gaston) Marriott Lincolnshire; Jekyll & Hyde (Dr. Jekyll) West Va. Public Theater. Other National Tours: Phantom (Phantom); The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber (Phantom Soloist).

Paolo Montalban (Casey Janacek)

If you were between the age of 4 and 16 in the past ten years and you're a girl or the parent of said child, you might recognize Paolo as the Prince in the ABC/Disney TV movie Cinderella. If you're a guy between the age of 16 and 30, into video games, Paolo is best known as Kung Lao in the syndicated TV series Mortal Kombat: Conquest.  If you attend NY theater, you may remember him in his big break carrying a torch on Broadway in The King and I and understudying Lun Tha. He also co-starred as Manjiro in the revival of Sondheim's Pacific Overtures and Eglamour in Two Gentlemen of Verona at the Delacorte. His work has brought him across the US in Man of La Mancha and Cinderella, to Australia shooting The Great Raid with James Franco, and to Transylvania with The Romance of Magno Rubio. Recent credits include Tigellinus in the concert reading of the new Sater/Sheik musical Nero (New York Stage and Film); and Ta in the 50th year anniversary production of Flower Drum Song (American Musical Theater of San Jose). And for reasons still unbeknownst to him, he was selected as one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People". His friends still tease him about that.

Heather Parcells (Faith Stillman)

is thrilled to be home in VA. She just finished 2 years playing Judy Turner in Broadway's Revival of A Chorus Line (Original Revival Cast). Other Broadway: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. National Tours: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Miss Dorothy/ Miss Flannery u/s's), Some Like it Hot (Sweet Sue u/s), Chicago (Velma). Off-Broadway and Other NYC credits include: Meet Me In St. Louis (Esther) and Mademoiselle Modiste (Fifi) for Musicals Tonight!, Jungle Queen Debutante (The York Theatre & NYMF), and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Television: "Guiding Light" (Missy), ABC Primetime's "The Human Chain", "Good Morning America", "CBS Early Show", "The Today Show", and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Heather also appeared on "Dancing with the Stars" with Mario Lopez and opened the 2007 Tony Awards with A Chorus Line. Look for her this year on the Sportsman Channel as the Co-host for American Airgunner. Heather received her BFA from FSU. Love Incorporates husband Paul, Mom, Dad, and T.J.

Hollis Scarborough (Aura Devins)

is thrilled to be returning to Love Incorporated after playing Aura in the NYC production last summer. NYC: Like You Like It (Celia Duke), Pure Country (1st reading), Lunch (Kelly), The Girlfriend (Ellen).  Regional: I Love You Because (Marcy), Hairspray (Las Vegas - Brenda/Penny cover), Godspell (Robin), Summer of '42 (Miriam), Footloose (Ariel). Film/TV: Red Hook, Clear Blue Tuesday, Across the Universe, "Crowned: the Mother of All Pageants". Proud AEA member and OU grad. Thanks to Avalon, Igor and the massive Love Inc. team. Much gratitude to my family and to Percy who, thanks to him, means I never have to open a business to find my true love.

Creative Team

Keith Andrews (Choreographer/Associate Director)

is thrilled to be a part of Love Inc and collaborating with Igor Goldin again after over 20 productions together. Most recently, Keith and Igor did the latest NYC production of LIKE YOU LIKE IT. Other choreography credits include: the off-Broadway Revival of HELLO MUDDAH, HELLO FADDUH as well as JOSEPH...DREAMCOAT, PROMISES, PROMISES and LITTLE ME. As a director, Keith has directed the National Tours of THE FULL MONTY and HELLO MUDDAH... Recently, he has directed and choreographed the regional premiere of THE WEDDING SINGER, THE FULL MONTY starring Sally Struthers and the first-ever ice-skating musical COLD AS ICE starring Olympic Gold medalist, Oksana Baiul. Keith also directs and choreographs at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC.

Michael Cassara (Casting Director)

is a casting director working on theatre and film projects in New York City. His office serves as the resident casting office for the New York Musical Theatre Festival, the White Plains Performing Arts Center, the Kitchen Theatre Company, the Great Lakes Theater Festival and Idaho Shakespeare Festival, in addition to casting innumerable readings, workshops and developmental productions in New York and beyond each year. Some recent theatre projects include ...Forum (Sondheim Center, starring Richard Kind), White Noise (pre-Broadway, starring Michael O'Keefe), End Days (by Deborah Zoe Laufer, starring Amy Aquino), A Little Night Music (starring Penny Fuller, Mark Jacoby and Laura Osnes) and over thirty shows in NYMF since its inception in 2004. Member, Casting Society of America. Please visit

Marc Castle (Book, Music and Lyrics)

is a playwright/lyricist/composer/actor/director/singer who started in the business at the ripe old age of nine, performing over the years around the country and for such esteemed off-Broadway venues as the Circle in the Square and Playwrights Horizons before turning to writing. Productions of his work have been seen at EST, the Neighborhood Playhouse and Raw Impressions at La Mama, and his song "Big Beehive Hair" was featured in the film, "Urbania". He is a member of Emerging Artists Theatre where he has had six short plays produced (one of which, Invisible, was recently published.) Other recent works include One Brief Shining Moment, his biographical one-man show at the Payan Theater this past May; Young King Arthur (music: Scott Zesch, book: Jon Shear) at the Vital Theater and the musical Hollywoodland, (music: Scott Zesch) recently given a developmental reading at Emerging Artists and before that, a concert presentation here at the Curtain Call Theater. Love, Incorporated was presented this past August in the Midtown International Theatre Festival where it won Outstanding Production of a Musical. It previously had developmental readings at ASCAP, Innovative Stages, the York Theatre and the Snapple Center. Marc is currently the facilitator for the Turtle Shell Playwrights Platform and, besides Emerging Artists, is a proud member of The American Renaissance Theatre Co.,TOSOS2, Equity, SAG, ASCAP, the Dramatist Guild, and an alumnus of both the BMI Composer/Lyricist and Librettist Workshops.

Quentin Chiappetta (Sound Designer)

enjoys a diverse career as a composer and sound designer for television, film, circus, dance, and theatre. He has scored and mixed dozens of independent films. Theatre highlights include the score and sound design for the premiere of Bad Girls by Joyce Carol Oates and Dan Gordon's Murder in the First for which he won 2 Innovative Theatre awards. Quentin also wrote music and is sound designer for Irena's Vow which opens on Broadway this spring starring Tovah Feldshuh. Television credits include music for "The First 48", "Decoding Disaster", "Dallas SWAT", and "Extreme Evidence". Quentin's website is

James E. Cleveland (Production Manager)

James Cleveland graduated with a BFA in Technical Theatre and Design from the University of Central Florida and is enjoying freelance Sound Design and Production Management with his company JEC Sound Designs inc. James is also working with Toxic Audio as a Technical Director/Sound Engineer and recently was the Production Manager for The New York Music Theatre Festival, The Rise And Fall Of Annie Hall! at Theatre Row and Sixty Miles to Silver Lake at the Soho Rep. He is very excited to be working on Love Inc.

Randy Cohen (Orchestrations/Synthesizer Programmer)

Credits include: Broadway: In The Heights, Young Frankenstein, Gypsy, Grease, Cry-Baby South Pacific, Grey Gardens, Company Guys and Dolls, Pal Joey. Off-Broadway: Rock of Ages. Tour: Legally Blonde (additional orchestrations), High School Musical, Grease, Big River (Deaf West). Regional: 9 to 5 (Ahmanson), Minsky's (Ahmanson Theatre), Pippin (Deaf West/Mark Taper Forum),Shenendoah (Ford's Theatre), American In Paris (Alley Theatre). Recordings include I Sing, The Gig.

R. Erin Craig (General Manager/Executive Producer)

is dedicated to managing, developing and producing new works, fostering new talents and attracting new audiences. Recent credits include: Sixty Miles to Silver Lake (Page 73 Productions & Soho Rep producers); Capture Now (directed by Larry Moss); 2008 NY Musical Theatre Festival, Unlock'd (Ravinia Festival & NYMF 2007); Perfect Harmony (at Theatre Row); Love! That 4-Letter Word (by Deborah Vines); Rainbow Kiss (The Play Company); The Jazz Age (by Allan Knee); 1001 (Page 73 Productions); Sherlock Holmes (The Early Years) (NYMF 2007); In The Heights (J. Furman, K. Mc-Collum, J. Seller producers); High Fidelity (Boston/ Broadway); Brilliant Mistake: Broadway Sings Elvis Costello, Hurlyburly (37 Arts); Shockheaded Peter (at The Little Shubert Theatre); De La Guarda in NYC, Seoul, Korea & Tel Aviv, Israel, and Las Vegas. Upcoming: Einstein's Dreams (ax Symphony Space February 23rd 2009); Liberty! The Musical (Igor Goldin director, Theresa Wozunk producer); And In The Summer of '68 with Kurt Peterson and Larry Moss. In addition, La Vie Productions is the Executive Producer for Power Productions New York, Inc.. Upcoming shows with Power Productions include Irena's Vow (with Tovah Feldshuh) and Night Sky (directed by Daniella Topol).

Bryan Crook (Orchestrations/Copist)

is an in-demand wood wind and double reed player in the NYC area. He writes and arranges music for many varied projects including the Bryan Crook Band, and maintains a residency at Spin Recording Studios in Long Island City, Queens. Broadway subbing includes: Spamalot, Gypsy, Shrek, Little Mermaid, 25th Annual Putman County Spelling Bee, Curtains, Legally Blonde. Love to Hilary, Bosco and Liam.

Annmarie Duggan (Lighting Designer)

Ms. Duggan is excited to be a part of the Love Inc. team. Current Projects: Bear Country, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, AL and Blues in the Night, Skylight Opera, Milwaukee, Wl. Off-Broadway: Jolson & Co. (Century Center) Syria America (Greenwich Street Theatre), Clue The Musical (Players Theatre). Regional: American Girl Place Theatre, Chicago, LA, and New York, Orlando Repertory Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, Foothills Theatre, Northern Stage, Wachusett Theatre, Seaside Music Theatre, Cumberland County Playhouse, Utah Musical Theatre, Lycian Centre, Florida Rep. Opera: The Piper of Hamelin (Manhattan School of Music). Dance: Navidad Flamenca (NJPAC) and Mujeres y Hombres (New Victory Theatre). Ms. Duggan is a lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh, teaching Lighting Design and Stage Management.

Igor Goldin (Director)

is based out of New York City, but spends much of his time traveling throughout the country developing and directing original musicals. Mr. Goldin last directed Love, Incorporated for the Midtown International Theatre Festival in New York City where it won the Festival's 2008 award for OUTSTANDING OVERALL PRODUCTION OF A MUSICAL. Most recently he directed the new musical Like You Like It (Gallery Players, Brooklyn; Theatre Under The Stars, Houston TX), and the World Premier of Tell Me in Eugene, Oregon. Prior to that Mr. Goldin directed the West Coast premiere of YANK! which was named BEST MUSICAL OF 2007-2008 by Stage Scene L.A., and garnered Mr. Goldin an OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN DIRECTION OF AMUSICAL Citation. Mr. Goldin directed a workshop production of YANK! in Philadelphia and later directed productions at both The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) and The Gallery Players where it won numerous awards. Mr. Goldin directed 3 other original musicals for The New York Musical Theatre Festival; Main-Travelled Roads (Richard Rodgers Award staged reading), the award winning Unlock'd, and finally the NYMF commissioned dance musical Common Grounds for which Mr. Goldin was the recipient of the 2006 NYMF AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN DIRECTION. Off-Broadway at New World Stages he directed 2 benefit concerts; Variations on Shakespeare, benefiting The New Globe Theatre; and My First Time, benefiting Quality Services for the Autistic Community. Regional credits include: Violet, The Spitfire Grill, The Full Monty, The Complete History of America (abridged), Blithe Spirit and Dracula. Mr. Goldin is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts and an ongoing director of musical theatre industry showcases at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. He is a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers,

La Vie Productions LLC (General Manager/Executive Producer )

is dedicated to managing, developing and producing new works, fostering new talents and attracting new audiences. Recent credits include: Sixty Miles to Silver Lake (Page 73 Productions & Soho Rep producers); Capture Now (directed by Larry Moss); 2008 NY Musical Theatre Festival, Unlock'd (Ravinia Festival & NYMF 2007); Perfect Harmony (at Theatre Row); Love! That 4-Letter Word (by Deborah Vines); Rainbow Kiss (The Play Company); The Jazz Age (by Allan Knee); 1001 (Page 73 Productions); Sherlock Holmes (The Early Years) (NYMF 2007); In The Heights (J. Furman, K. Mc-Collum, J. Seller producers); High Fidelity (Boston/ Broadway); Brilliant Mistake: Broadway Sings Elvis Costello, Hurlyburly (37 Arts); Shockheaded Peter (at The Little Shubert Theatre); De La Guarda in NYC, Seoul, Korea & Tel Aviv, Israel, and Las Vegas. Upcoming: Einstein's Dreams (ax Symphony Space February 23rd 2009); Liberty! The Musical (Igor Goldin director, Theresa Wozunk producer); And In The Summer of '68 with Kurt Peterson and Larry Moss. In addition, La Vie Productions is the Executive Producer for Power Productions New York, Inc.. Upcoming shows with Power Productions include Irena's Vow (with Tovah Feldshuh) and Night Sky (directed by Daniella Topol).

Jeffrey Lodin (Music Director/Arrangements)

is happy to be working with Marc, Igor and this extraordinary cast. Jeff began work as a conductor and pianist at the age of 12, and has worked with such diverse artists as Chita Rivera and Andy Gibb. Most recently, Jeff was musical director for the world premiere of GLIMMERGLASS, in Norwich, CT. Jeff has also composed the scores for 100 YEARS INTO THE HEART (book- Richard Vetere, lyrics-Willliam Squier) and TOP OF THE HEAP (book and lyrics-William Squier); REBELS, 1775 (book-John Allen, William Squier & Mana Allen, lyrics-William Squier & John Allen), ABOUT FACE (book andlyrics, David Arthur). Jeff's cowrote DISNEY'S DOUG LIVE (co-book & lyrics: William Squier), produced for Walt Disney World; and YOUNG ABE LINCOLN [book & lyrics: John Allen), for Theatreworks USA.

Carlos Maisonet (Production Stage Manager)

Off-Broadway: Altar Boyz, The Awesome 80s Prom, Perfect Harmony, Sixty Miles To Silver Lake. National Tour: Stephen Schwartz's Captain Louie. New York: The Wild Party (The Culture Project), Capture Now (workshop), Glimpses Of The Moon (The Oak Room), Ward 9 (NYMF 2008). Other credits include: Jihad: The Musical (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), The Concert for Mother Earth (featuring: Joan Osborne, The Bacon Brothers, Jen Chapin, and Eddie Money). Carlos is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and a proud member of Actor's Equity.

Gretchen Margaroli (Company Manager)

Gretchen is an associate member of La Vie Productions. Recent credit includes: Sixty Miles to Silver Lake (Page 73 Productions & Soho Rep producers) The Tempest, Moby Dick Rehearsed (the Acting Company 2008 National Tour) and Associate General Manager NYMF 2008. Other credits include Weston Playhouse Theatre Company and the Napa Valley Opera House. MFA Theatre Management FSU.

Sean Tribble (Set and Costume Designer)

Sean's career began in Dallas, Texas, and now extends from Santa Fe to the Czech Republic to New York City where he now resides. His recent works include set design for Carmen (Oswego Opera) The Ballad of Baby Doe, The Scarf, The Bear (Chelsea Opera), The Boy in the Basement (NY Fringe), Because of Beth (Small Pond Productions), Like Love (NYMF), Working and Ah, Wilderness! (TSOA).Set and costumes for The Lesson (Riverside Theatre) Illuminating Veronica (Atlas Theatre). Costume designs include Hostage Song (Kraine Theatre), The Secret Garden (Peddie), Dancing at Lughnasa (TSOA), and A Time To Be Born, (Lortel Theatre). Associate costume design for Shlomo, the musical, and The Overwhelming (Roundabout).