Laura Osnes was most recently seen on Broadway in the title role of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Drama Desk Award for Best Lead Actress in a Musical; Tony, Outer Critics Circle, and Drama League nominations). Osnes earned a Tony nomination for Bonnie and Clyde, having created the role at Asolo Repertory Theatre and La Jolla Playhouse. Osnes appeared as Hope Harcourt in the Tony-winning revival ofAnything Goes, Nellie Forbush in Lincoln Center’s production of South Pacific, and made her Broadway debut as Sandy in the most recent revival of Grease. Other credits include Carousel at the Chicago Lyric Opera; The Threepenny Opera at the Atlantic Theater Company; ENCORES! productions of The Band Wagon, Randy Newman’s Faust, and Pipe Dream; and a one-night-only concert of The Sound of Music at Carnegie Hall. Ms. Osnes has been seen on television in the CBS series Elementary, HBO's pilot The Miraculous Year, Sondheim: The Birthday Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, HBO’s documentary Six by Sondheim, and the Kennedy Center Honors salutes to Barbara Cook in 2011 and Dustin Hoffman in 2012. Her concerts and cabarets appearances include: Michael Feinstein, the New York Philharmonic, the New York Pops, the Pasadena Pops, and appearing at Carnegie Hall, The Café Carlyle, 54 Below, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and the Las Vegas Smith Center. In addition to being heard on several cast recordings, Ms. Osnes has two solo albums, Dream a Little Dream: Live at The Café Carlyle and If I Tell You: The Songs of Maury Yeston.
Rob McClure is a New Jersey boy who has emerged in the last decade as one of the top stars of Broadway and a Tony Award Nominee. He is perhaps best known for his acclaimed portrayal of Charlie Chaplin in Chaplin, The Musical, which earned him not only a Tony Nomination but Drama League, Astaire and Outer Critics Circle nominations and Theatre World and Clive Barnes awards. He’s making his concert debut along with Laura Osnes while starring on Broadway alongside Andrea Martin and Megan Hilty in the highly anticipated revival of Noises Off. He starred opposite Tony Danza in the critically acclaimed Broadway musical Honeymoon In Vegas, which garnered him a 2015 Drama League Award nomination. Other Broadway credits include Tony Award-winning best musical Avenue Q and the 2002 revival of I’m Not Rappaport alongside theatre legends Judd Hirsch and Ben Vereen. He charmed audiences and critics alike with his performances in the title role of Where’s Charley? and as Nestor in Irma La Douce at New York City Center Encores!, and he delighted 92nd Street Y audiences in Kathleen Marshall’s salute to MGM musicals, “Going Hollywood.” A favorite on the Philadelphia theatre scene, Rob won two Barrymore Awards for best actor in a musical for his performances at the Arden Theatre and 11th Hour Theatre Company, and he starred as Mozart in Amadeus at the Walnut Street Theatre. Rob made his film debut in the award-winning short, “Recursion,” directed by Sam Buntrock, for which he won Best Actor at The Queen’s World Film Festival and The Williamsburg Independent Film Festival. He made his TV debut guest starring on the CBS series, “Person Of Interest.”