Mary Louise Wilson, who won a 2007 Best Featured Actress in a Musical Tony for her work in Grey Gardens, is currently appearing Off-Broadway at The Duke on 42nd Street in Amy Herzog's 4000 Miles. The LCT3 production has announced plans to move to Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in the spring of 2012.
Roger Rees recently took over the lead role of Gomez Addams in Broadway's The Addams Family, at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. He won a 1982 Tony Award for Best Actor in Play for his work in The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby.
Tonya Pinkins, who won a 1992 Tony Award as Best Featured Actress in a Musical
for Jelly's Last Jam, is appearing in the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park repertory productions of All's Well That Ends Well and Measure for Measure at the Delacorte Theater.
Tony Award winners Joel Grey and Sutton Foster co-star in Broadway's Anything Goes at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre. Foster received her second Tony for her work in this musical; she previously won the 2002 Tony Award for Thoroughly Modern Millie. Grey, who also co-directed the Tony-winning revival of The Normal Heart this season, won the 1967 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for originating the role of the Emcee in Cabaret.
Beth Leavel, who won a 2006 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical by playing the title role in The Drowsy Chaperone, is currently starring at the Broadhurst Theatre in Baby It's You, portraying Scepter Records founder Florence Greenberg.
Gregory Jbara won a 2009 Tony Award as Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his work in Billy Elliot the Musical, and continues to play the role of Dad in the show's Broadway production at the Imperial Theatre.
Carole Shelley, who won a 1979 Tony Award as Best Actress in a Play for The Elephant Man was Tony-nominated for her current Broadway role of Grandma in Billy Elliot the Musical, performing at the Imperial Theatre.
John Cullum portrays Escalus in Measure for Measure and the King of France in All's Well That Ends Well, presented in repertory at the Delacorte Theater as this season's Shakespeare in the Park productions. The veteran actor is a two-time Tony Award winner, for Shenandoah in 1975 and On the Twentieth Century in 1978.