Jerry Lewis has been called "The King Of Comedy", the "Consummate Entertainer" and is one of the most recognized people on earth. As the writer, director, and producer of many of his feature films, Jerry Lewis is a comic auteur firmly in the tradition of Chaplin and Keaton. He is not only one of the biggest stars in history but also one of the most powerful. Performing since he was 5 (with his parents in the Catskills), Lewis has been a successful star in every entertainment medium. By the late '40's, with stage shows and regular radio and television appearances, Lewis and his performing partner, Dean Martin, were hailed as the most popular comedy duo in the nation. They made their film debut in 1949 and starred in 13 block buster comedies before their split in 1956. Lewis went on to star in over 25 films, 13 of which he directed including The Bellboy, The Ladies' Man, The Family Jewels, and The Nutty Professor.

In the 80's, Lewis garnered some of the best reviews of his career for his work in Martin Scorsese's The King of Comedy and also appeared in the major studio films Mr. Saturday Night and Funny Bones.

Jerry Lewis realized a lifelong dream when he starred on Broadway as Applegate in the successful 1994 revival of Damn Yankees. His 185 "standing room" performances were adored by audiences and critics. He went on to tour with the show and during its 2nd year, the tour broke all attendance records of any previous traveling Broadway production.

Lewis recently received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the 81st Academy Awards. Star and director of many hit films, Nobel Peace Prize nominee, French Legion of Honor inductee, recording artist, composer, professor, maestro, inventor of the video assist, and author of The Total Filmmaker, and Dean and Me, Jerry Lewis is an American Icon and an International treasure.
Marvin Hamlisch's life in music is notable for its great versatility as well as substance. As composer, Hamlisch has won virtually every major award that exists: three Oscars, four Grammys, four Emmys, a Tony and three Golden Globe awards; his groundbreaking show, A Chorus Line, received the Pulitzer Prize. He is the composer of more than forty motion picture scores including his Oscar-winning score and song for The Way We Were and his adaptation of Scott Joplin's music for The Sting, for which he received a third Oscar. His prolific output of scores for films include original compositions and/or musical adaptations for Sophie's Choice, Ordinary People, The Swimmer, Three Men and A Baby, Ice Castles, Take The Money and Run, Bananas, Save The Tiger, and his latest effort, The Informant!, starring Matt Damon, directed by Steven Soderbergh released in September, 2009.

Marvin Hamlisch holds the position of principal pops conductor for the National Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Symphony and San Diego Symphony. Mr. Hamlisch was Musical Director and arranger of Barbra Streisand's 1994 concert tour of the U.S. and England as well as of the television special, Barbra Streisand: The Concert (for which he received two of his Emmys). Hamlisch is a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music and Queens College (where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree). He believes in the power of music to bring people together.
B'way: Curtains, The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Tony Awards to Holmes for Book, Music and Lyrics; Tony to Edwin Drood for Best Musical; identical honors New York Drama Desk; Outer Critics Circle, Best Musical), Accomplice (Edgar Award, Mystery Writers of America), Solitary Confinement, Say Goodnight Gracie (National Broadway Theatre Award, Best Play; Tony nom., Best Play). Off-B'way: Twelfth Night (NYSF, original music). Reg'l: Marty (score by Strouse and Adams, Huntington, Boston), Solitary Confinement (Kennedy Center). TV: created and wrote Emmy award-winning series Remember WENN. Novels for Random House: Where the Truth Lies (Booklist Top Ten Debut Crime Novel; Best American Mystery Novel 2004, Nero Wolfe nom.), Swing (San Francisco Chronicle Top Ten Fiction). For Curtains, Mr. Holmes received the 2007 NY Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Book for a Musical.
For 2 years, Michael Andrew was the headline singer and bandleader at the world famous Rainbow Room atop Rockefeller Center in New York City where he entertained audiences nightly and hosted a live Radio Broadcast, LIVE FROM THE RAINBOW ROOM. He was the band-leader and singer at Merv GriffinÕs "Coconut Club" in The Beverly Hilton in California. While on Larry King Live, Merv called Michael Andrew "one of the great singers of all time."
His self-written musical comedy, MICKEY SWINGERHEAD & THE EARTHGIRLS was a hit with audiences and the press. The hit show led to the formation of his band, SWINGERHEAD, which remains a favorite among audiences and has toured extensively throughout the country.
His 18-Piece Big Band, THE ATOMIC BIG BAND, performed in Hollywood for the premier of the Warner Bros. movie POSEIDON. He continues to lead this big band in performances at private events and alongside symphony orchestras, and at festivals and concerts coast to coast.

Michael performs in musicals and comedies in Regional Theatre from Shakespeare to Cole Porter. On the other side of the curtain, as a composer, lyricist and book writer, he's created shows paying tribute to the writers of the "American Songbook" including Johnny Mercer and Sammy Cahn. And composed or performed his music for motion pictures including Heart Breakers, Inglorious Bastards, Mad Hot Ballroom, Bobby Jones - Stroke of Genius, and The Five People You Meet in Heaven.
Andrew, singing in the style and tradition of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, and Sammy Davis, Jr., has been a featured guest artist with symphonic orchestras in Akron, Albuquerque, Birmingham, Melbourne, Houston, Long Beach, Missoula, Orlando, Providence, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, San Antonio, Sarasota, and other cities across America.
NED McLEOD is the lead partner in the development of The Nutty Professor Musical project, having experience both as a producer in film, television and regional theater, but also as an entertainment lawyer. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. McLeod produced or otherwise supervised film, television, and theater projects for 15 years in California, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. In television and film, Mr. McLeod has been fortunate to have the opportunity to work in pictures such as Absence of Malice and Nashville, and with such talented directors and producers as Sydney Pollack, Ron Schwary, Robert Altman, Ralph Rosenbloom, Brian De Palma, Terrence Marsh, Cliff Robertson, John Avildsen, Steve Shagan, Joseph Adler and others. His work included writing and acting as well, and spans the media of theater (regional, Off-Broadway, domestic and international touring), motion pictures, television, radio, commercials, industrial and documentary productions.
Mac Pirkle, producer, brings a breadth of experience to the table with almost 40 years in theatre, film/video, and communications. He founded Tennessee's largest and most successful regional theatre company, the Tennessee Repertory Theatre (The Rep), producing and directing over 65 major theatre productions. Mac currently is founder of Creative Communications, LLC in Nashville where he helps clients "change the way people see things." His videos have been honored with more than a dozen national, regional and local awards. Mac Pirkle is president of Southern Stage Productions, founded in 1985 to produce professional theatre in Nashville, TN. Since that time it has served as a production company for a variety of creative performance endeavors. The company has been quiet since it's production of "Love Letters" with Jennifer O'Neil in 2000, but is now producing the Pre-Broadway, World Premiere of The Nutty Professor musical.
Broadway: La Cage aux Folles, Monty Python's Spamalot, Lestat, Amour, 42nd Street, Wild Party, On the Town, Once Upon a Mattress, How to Succeed..., She Loves Me, Cats, Starlight Express, Annie 2, Encores! On the Town and No, No, Nanette. Composed incidental music: A Class Act, Taller Than a Dwarf. International: Vienna Konzerthaus: Jerry Hadley, Dawn Upshaw, Dublin Film Orchestra, Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, Carnegie Hall: Jubilee. Has accompanied such stars as: Nicole Kidman, Barry Manilow, Natalie Portman, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Meryl Streep.
Credits include: Broadway - "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever," "She Loves Me" (Roundabout Gala), "Broadway Bound." Off Broadway - "Dedalus Lounge," "The Twelve" (workshop). National Tour of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang." "Curtains" (PMP/TUTS). Assoc Broadway Choreographer - "Spring Awakening," "Curtains," "The Wedding Singer," "All Shook Up." As a performer JoAnn has been in 12 Broadway shows: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Thou Shalt Not, Kiss Me Kate, Chicago, Steel Pier, A Funny Thing Happened...Forum, Damn Yankees (with Jerry Lewis), How to Succeed..., Guys And Dolls, Miss Saigon, SHoGun, the Musical, and Jerome Robbins Broadway.
Won the Tony Award for Best Scenic Design of a Musical for The Drowsy Chaperone. A longtime collaborator of celebrated playwright August Wilson, Mr. Gallo's designs for Gem of the Ocean and Radio Golf garnered him two additional Tony Award nominations. Favorite Broadway credits include Memphis; Stick Fly; The Mountaintop; Colin Quinn: Long Story Short; reasons to be pretty; Xanadu; Radio Golf; Company; The Drowsy Chaperone (Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards); Gem of the Ocean; Thoroughly Modern Millie (also London); You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown; A View from the Bridge; and Hughie. Selected off-Broadway: Evil Dead; The Wild Party; Jitney (also London); Wonder of the World; A New Brain; Bunny Bunny; and Blue Man Group (New York, Boston, Chicago and Las Vegas.) Designs for numerous family productions include the very popular Super Why Live, Yo Gabba Gabba Live (Billboard Award for Creative Content), Elmo's Christmas Countdown, The 135th Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus, as well as the national tours of Dora the Explorer, Blues Clues Live, DreamWorks' Madagascar Live and the current international tour of SpongeBob Squarepants. www.davidgallo.com
Broadway: Among many others: A Free Man of Color, A Catered Affair (Drama Desk nomination), Company, Dance of the Vampires, Beauty and the Beast (Tony Award, American Theatre Wing's Design Award, Ovation Award, Oliver nomination), Into the Woods (Tony and Drama Desk nominations), Falsettos, Sunday in the Park With George, Harrigan 'n Hart, Dream, St. Joan, Three Men on a Horse, Timon of Athens, In the Summer House, Little Me, The Moli¸re Comedies, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hamlet (Public Theater). Off-Broadway: Wings, In the Grand Manner, Let Me Down Easy, Road Show.
Broadway: SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM (Additional Orchestrations/ Grammy Nomination -Cast Album); SHE LOVES ME- Roundabout Benefit Concert (Dance Arranger); AUDRA MCDONALD AT CARNEGIE HALL (Carnegie Hall - Orchestrator); THE NUTTY PROFESSOR MUSICAL directed by Jerry Lewis (Dance Arranger- Pre-Broadway 2013). SWEET BYE AND BYE (Original Cast Album: PS Classics - Vocal Director). Composer: ALL GOD'S CREATURES (Film); ALISON IS HAVING A REALLY BAD DAY (T.V. Pilot); ALL HAPPY HOUSEWIVES SLEEP WITH THE MILKMAN (Musical) GREETINGS FROM COCO-BOCO! (Children's Musical). Adjunct Professor at NYU Tisch (Playwrights Horizon Theater School) and Montclair State University. Education: MM Carnegie Mellon University, BM Hartt School of Music Theatre and Dance.