Starring Glenn Carter (Jesus of Nazareth), Maya Days (Mary Magdalene), Tony Vincent (Judas Iscariot), Kevin Gray (Pontius Pilate), Rodney Hicks (Peter), Paul Kandel (King Herod), Michael K. Lee (Simon Zealotes), Frederick B. Owens (Caiaphas), Ray Walker (Annas), Christian Borle (Disciple), Lisa Brescia (Disciple), Hank Campbell (Priest / Guard), Merle Dandridge (Disciple / Soul Girl), D’Monroe (Apostle), Manoel Felciano (Apostle), Deidre Goodwin (Disciple / Soul Girl), Lana Gordon (Disciple / Soul Girl), Somer Lee Graham (Disciple), Todd Howell (Disciple), Daniel C. Levine (Disciple), Anthony Manough (Apostle), Joseph Melendez (Apostle), Eric Millegan (Apostle), Devin Richards (Guard / Priest), Michael Seelbach (Apostle), Alexander Selma (Apostle), David St. Louis (Apostle), Shayna Steele (Disciple), Max von Essen ( Disciple), Timothy Warmen (Guard / Priest), Joe Wilson, Jr. (Apostle) and Andrew Wright (Disciple)
Swings: Bernard Dotson, Keenah Reid and Adam Simmons
Understudies: Merle Dandridge (Mary Magdalene), Manoel Felciano (Judas Iscariot, Annas), Anthony Manough (Simon Zealotes, Peter), Devin Richards (Caiaphas), Adam Simmons (King Herod, Annas), David St. Louis (Caiaphas), Shayna Steele (Mary Magdalene), Max von Essen (Jesus of Nazareth), Ray Walker (King Herod), Timothy Warmen (Pontius Pilate) and Andrew Wright (Peter)
Replacements included Jason Pebworth (Judas Iscariot Mar 23, 2000 – April 04, 2000 replaced in previews), Luther Creek (Apostle), Jessica Ferraro (Soul Girl), Brian Noonan (Priest / Guard), Danny Rockett (Disciple), Ashley Howard Wilkinson (Priest / Guard) and Jason Wooten (Simon Zealotes)
Replacement Swings: Sloan Just and Joe Paparella
Replacement Understudies: Joe Paparella (Jesus of Nazareth), Danny Rockett (Jesus of Nazareth, Judas Iscariot) and Ashley Howard Wilkinson (Caiaphas)
Assistant Director: Kevin Moriarty; Assistant Choreographer: Denny Berry; Associate Scenic Design: Larry Gruber; Costume Design Associate: Nancy Palmatier; Assistant Lighting Design: Jeff Brangan; Associate Sound Design: John Gibson
General Manager: The Charlotte Wilcox Company; Company Manager: Susan Sampliner; Production Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Production Stage Manager: Bonnie Panson; Stage Manager: Ira Mont; Assistant Stage Manager: Kenneth McGee
Conducted by Patrick Vaccariello; Associate Conductor: Jim Laev; Keyboard: Jim Laev, Mark Berman and T.O. Sterrett; Drums: Gary Tillman; Bass: Joe Quigley; Guitar: Doug Quinnand J. McGeehan; Percussion: Howard Joines; Trumpet / Piccolo Trumpet: Bob Millikan and Tino Gagliardi; Trumpet / Flugal Horn: Lorraine Cohen-Moses; French Horn: Larry DiBello and Theresa MacDonnell; Trombone: Charles Gordon and Bob Suttmann; Bass Trombone / Tuba: John Hahn; Flute / Piccolo: Gretchen Pusch; Flute / Clarinet / Tenor Sax: Scott Shachter; Musical Supervisor: Simon Lee; Associate Musical Supervisor: Kristen Allen Blodgette; Musical Coordinator: David Lai; Music Preparation: Peter R. Miller and Miller Music Services
Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates and Tara Rubin; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Marketing: The Karpel Group; Online Marketing: Toby Simkin / BuyBroadway Online Inc.; Press Representative for A. Lloyd Webber & The Really Useful Group: Brown Lloyd James; Dance Captain: Bernard Dotson; Fight Captain: Bernard Dotson; Press Associate: Amy Jacobs and Matt Polk
As Founder and CEO of Theatre.com and BuyBroadway.com. The pioneer in moving the Broadway industry onto the internet. The theatre press branded me as “Toby is the man pushing theatre, kicking and screaming, into cyberspace.” What started in 1989 as a Broadway industry service called ShowCall via dialup BBS for members of the League of American Theatre Producers evolved onto the world wide web in the early 90’s, and shortly after this, the vast majority of Broadway shows (starting with my production of Victor/Victoria) and theatrical organizations followed. The “Super site of Broadway” became a publicly traded company, prior to my re-branding it as Theatre.com at the Minskoff Theatre.
Described by Variety Magazine as a “marketing powerhouse“, it was the single largest theatre community in the world with over 180,000 active members (in the 1990’s this was massive). From buying official Broadway tickets and souvenirs, providing detailed global show listings, interactive show study & educational guides, live streaming shows and events (including many Opening Nights live broadcasts), industry news from major theatre journalists, pictures and videos, games, messaging directly to Broadway cast’s backstage or even licensing a musical, theatre.com offered it all in a single, easy-to-use interface to theatregoers globally.