DIRECTOR Alexander Berlage
CHOREOGRAPHER Yvette Lee
MUSICAL DIRECTOR Andrew Worboys
SET DESIGNER Isabel Hudson
COSTUME DESIGNER Mason Browne
SOUND DESIGNER Nick Walker
LIGHTING ASSOCIATE James Wallis
PRODUCERS Bradley Barrack & Spencer Bignell
PRODUCTION MANAGER Marcus Kelson
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER Brooke Verburg
music and lyrics
DUNCAN SHEIK Performer/Composer. Theatre credits; Spring Awakening, Tony Awards “Best Original Score” and “Best Orchestrations”, Grammy Award “Best Musical Show Album”, The Secret Life of Bees (Atlantic Theatre Company), Alice by Heart (MCC Theater), Because of Winn-Dixie (Goodspeed Opera House, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Delaware Theatre Company), Whisper House (London, Old Globe Theater), American Psycho, Nero - Another Golden Rome, The Nightingale, Noir, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (The New Group) Recordings; Alice By Heart Cast Recording, American Psycho Original London Cast Recording,Legerdemain, Covers 80s, Whisper House, Spring Awakening Original Broadway Cast Recording, White Limousine, Daylight, Phantom Moon, Humming, Duncan Sheik (Grammy Nomination “Best Male Vocal”, RIAA Certified Gold).
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is executive producer of Riverdale, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and upcoming show Katy Keene, based on the characters from the Archie Comics, and serves as Chief Creative Officer at Archie Comics.
Born in Washington, DC, screenwriter, award-winning playwright, and comic book writer Aguirre-Sacasa is a 2003 graduate of the Yale School of Drama. He attended Georgetown University, as well as McGill University in Montreal.
He has written on numerous television shows and feature films including the Emmy-nominated series Big Love, Looking, the hit series Glee, and the first season of Supergirl. For MGM Films, he wrote a new version of the horror classic Carrie, as well as a remake of the serial-killer thriller The Town that Dreaded Sundown.
Aguirre-Sacasa has written many critically-acclaimed plays including Abigail/1702, Doctor Cerberus, an adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, King of Shadows, Good Boys and True, Based on a Totally True Story, The Mystery Plays, The Velvet Sky, The Muckle Man, Dark Matters, Rough Magic and The Weird. His early comedies Golden Age and Say You Love Satan have been produced around the country and were both nominated for GLAAD media awards. For Dallas Theatre Center, he wrote a new book to the classic Charles Strouse/Lee Adams musical It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s SUPERMAN, which paved the way for him to join the team as co-book writer to overhaul the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. His musical adaption of Bret Easton Ellis’ novel American Psycho ran in London and on Broadway.