Meet the Cast of Million Dollar Quartet!
Eric Scott Anthony
Eric Scott Anthony is thrilled to be making his debut at the Fulton! On Broadway, Eric was in the Original Cast of Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash. He has also performed in the National Tours of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (MD/Norm Petty) and Pump Boys & Dinettes (Jackson). Regionally, Eric has played in Million Dollar Quartet (Brother Jay) at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, the St. Louis Rep, KC New Theatre, Flat Rock & Arrow Rock Playhouse(s) (MD). Ring of Fire at Flat Rock Playhouse, Merry Go Round Playhouse, and the Arrow Rock Lyceum (MD). Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Westchester Broadway, (Joe Mauldin), Flat Rock Playhouse, (Joe Mauldin/MD), and Ogunquit Playhouse (MD). Hank Williams: Lost Highway (Jimmy) at the Riverside Theatre, and as the Music Director at the Flat Rock and Merry Go Round Playhouse(s). Without the guitar, Eric has performed in West Side Story (Tony) and 1776 (John Dickinson) at the Cumberland County Playhouse. As well as the Padre in Man of La Mancha at the Flat Rock Playhouse. A Native of St. Louis, Eric was a section leader and soloist with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Chorus.
Carl Perkins / Musical Director
James Barry is pleased to make his debut at Fulton. Broadway: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson; 1st Nat’l Tour: Million Dollar Quartet. Regional: The Caretaker, A Thousand Clowns, The Who’s Tommy (Berkshire Theatre Group), Sister Play, Wittenberg, Arms on Fire (Chester Theatre Company), and several Million Dollar Quartets (Gateway, Arrow Rock Lyceum, Ogunquit, Paper Mill, New Theatre, Riverside Theatre). TV: Difficult People. James’s album Embrace Yourself Tonight is streamable, downloadable, and on vinyl lp through Etsy. Always for Tara & Sam.
Off-Broadway: Revolution in the Elbow… (Mr. Elbow) [World Premiere], Blue Man Group (Blue Man), Regional: Striking 12 (Drums and Everyone Else)[TUTS: Underground], Million Dollar Quartet (Fluke) [Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Casa Mañana], BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story (Jerry Allison) [Bucks County Playhouse, Kimmel Center, NCTheatre, Casa Mañana], Band Geeks (Jake) [Regional & West Coast Premieres], Guys and Dolls (Harry the Horse), Anything Goes (Evelyn Oakleigh), 9 to 5 (Dwayne). Thanks to MC, RC, CS, AG. @ZachCossman www.ZachCossman.com
Brittany Danielle is a San Francisco native and semi-retired actor working now in the private equity world, Brittany was last seen in Center REP’s production of Million Dollar Quartet and she’s thrilled to be “back at it” making her Fulton Theatre debut. Favorite credits include; the World Premiere of Monstress and the Bay Area Premiere of The Unfortunates at A.C.T, Nick & Nora (Nora), Singin’ in the Rain (Lina Lamont), Shrek, The Musical (Fiona), The Producers (Ulla), Ragtime (Evelyn Nesbit) and Center REP’s Noises Off, Don’t Dress for Dinner, Anything Goes, Spelling Bee, Sweet Charity, She Loves Me, and Xanadu (Kira/Clio) for which she won a Shellie Award for Best Actress and later reprised at WaterTower theater in Texas. Special thanks to Hunter for this amazing opportunity. Always for Mom! www.BrittanyDanielle.com
Jerry Lee Lewis
Brandyn Day is thrilled to be paying tribute to such amazing men with this “killer” cast!… See what I did there? NY premieres: The Pokémusical (Meowth), Madagascar-The TYA Musical (Alex the Lion) Regional: Mack the Knife: A Bobby Darin Story (Florida Studio Theatre), Million Dollar Quartet (ZACH theatre), Billy Elliot, The Musical (Gateway Playhouse), Saturday Night Fever (Ogunquit Playhouse), Alex in The Little Dog Laughed (The Cleveland Playhouse), Les Misérable (Great Lakes Theatre). B.Day graduated in 2015 with a BM in Music Theatre from Baldwin Wallace University. He spends nearly every weekend dueling it out with various dueling piano companies in NYC, and is in a new band called Imperial Cities which totally rock btw! For more, follow me @bdayactor or go to BrandynDay.com. Thanks Danny. For my beautiful wife and new Japanese family, Arigato!
Jason Loughlin is thrilled to be making his Fulton debut with Million Dollar Quartet. A North Carolina native, Jason has performed on Broadway in Machinal and The Audience; in the national tour of War Horse; and regionally in North Carolina, Georgia, Maine, Florida, Connecticut, Vermont, and New York. This performance is dedicated to Terry Loughlin.
Scott Moreau is from Litchfield, ME and received a BFA in Music Theatre from Illinois Wesleyan University. He is pleased to make his Fulton debut and to reprise his role from the 1st National Tour, Papermill Playhouse, Ogunquit Playhouse, Riverside Theatre and Harrah’s Casino in Las Vegas. Favorite roles include: Johnny Guitar (Johnny) at Cortland Rep, Ragtime (Willy Conklin) at Seaside Music Theater, Guys and Dolls (Sky Masterson), The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Johnny Brown) and 1776 (John Dickinson) at the Dutch Apple. His Johnny Cash tribute album recorded at Sun Studio in Memphis is available for purchase in the lobby. Thanks to Marc and Kurt, everyone at TKO and to his parents Leonard and Donna. scottmoreau.com @scomoreau
Ari McKay Wilford
Broadway: Once. Regional: Signature Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. TV/Film: Gotham, Vinyl and Solitary. Love to mom and dad. Thanks to Hunter, the cast and crew. Rock and roll! @arimckay