As a Performer, he has been seen in the Original Broadway casts of Monty Python’s Spamalot, Memphis, and most recently the revival of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying starring Daniel Radcliffe, Darren Criss and Nick Jonas. He has toured the Country with South Pacific, Cats, Grand Hotel, and the 50th Anniversary production of Oklahoma! His extensive regional credits include Les Miserables and 1776 at Sacramento Music Circus, Call Me Madam, Red Hot and Blue, the World Premiere of Jim Henson’s Emmet Otter’s Jugband Christmas all at Goodspeed. Kevin has directed and choreographed Regionally across the country. Favorites include: Beauty And The Beast at SSMT, Cabaret at Festival Repertory Theatre and The Little Mermaid at Theatre Jax. He served as Christopher Gattelli’s associate on the Broadway Revival of South Pacific. Currently he is Coordinator Of Music Theatre Recruitment and Assistant Professor of Theatre at Shenandoah University.
Daniel Stetzel - CCPA Roosevelt University
Dan is a musical director, arranger, vocal instructor and pianist. He has worked at most of the major equity theatres in Chicago, and for many of the LORT theatres across the United States. As a conductor, he has toured nationally, and continues to accompany many of the major Broadway auditions in Chicago. Dan has long been affiliated with the Chicago Humanities festival, overseeing and directing programs featuring Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Stephen Schwartz, John Bucchino, Craig Carnelia, Cy Coleman, and a host of performers, lyricists, and composers. His work in musical theatre has been recognized many times by the Joseph Jefferson committee. Dan is proud to be a member of the faculty at the Chicago College of the Performing Arts at Roosevelt University.
Mark Hansen - UW Steven's Point
Mark Hanson joined the UWSP Theater and Dance Department in 2013 as Assistant Professor of Musical Theater. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Performance from the University of Minnesota at Duluth and a Masters of Music in Music Theater Conducting from Arizona State University in Tempe. He comes to Stevens Point from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he lived for 22 years and taught and conducted in the music and theater departments at the College of San Mateo, Foothill College, University of San Francisco and Lick-Wilmerding High School.
Mark’s regional conducting credits span over 200 productions, including The Will Rogers Follies at American Musical Theater of San Jose, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at Contra Costa Musical Theater, Miss Saigon at Broadway By The Bay, Man of La Mancha at Musical Theater of Arizona, Beehive at San Jose Stage Company, Spring Awakening at Foothill Music Theater, Carousel and Barnum at Oakland’s Woodminster Amphitheater, My Fair Lady at Minnesota Repertory, Big River at Iowa’s Way Off-Broadway Theater, Peter Pan at Albuquerque Civic Light Opera, The Desert Song at Boston Concert Opera and Candide at Monterey Opera.
As a graduate student at ASU, Mark was selected as the Musical Director and Conductor for the second revision of Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along. Working directly with Mr. Sondheim, book writer George Furth and director Randall West, Mark collaborated in shaping and orchestrating the new material into the version of the show that is licensed today.
He has worked with theater, film, and television legends such as John Cullum, Rita Moreno, Harve Presnell, Nancy Dusault and Theodore Bikel, including a 2012 masterclass with Glee star, Darren Criss.
Mark has worked on several national tours, including Spamalot, Legally Blonde, Cabaret, The Will Rodgers Follies and Les Miserables.
In his spare time, Mark likes cycling, reading biographies and watching classic movies.