Production Category: Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812

Aleks Pevec

Aleks Pevec* Anatole Aleks is honored to be a part of this show. Broadway: Catch Me If You Can, Evita, Aladdin, The Most Happy Fella, and Something Rotten!. Tours: Wicked (LA

Justin Luciano

Justin Luciano* Dolokhov, Guitar Justin is excited to be making his PTC debut in this incredible show! He was seen last year in Tuacahn Amphitheatre’s productions of The Hunchback of Notre

Edward Juvier

Edward Juvier* Balaga, Bolkonsky Edward happily returns to Pioneer after having appeared as Constantine Bouc in this season’s opener, Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express.  Broadway and tour credits

Melanie Fernandez

Melanie Fernandez* Sonya Melanie is delighted to make her Pioneer Theatre Company debut! Recent credits include Ariel in The Little Mermaid (Slow Burn Theatre), Kim in Miss Saigon (WPPAC) and

Ali Ewoldt

Ali Ewoldt* Natasha Ali is grateful to return to SLC, where she played Mei in the world premiere of Gold Mountain at the West Valley Performing Arts Center. Her other

Kevin Earley

Kevin Earley* Pierre Delighted to return to Pioneer after playing Sweeney in Sweeney Todd. His latest leading roles were in: Equus, The Play That Goes Wrong, Titanic, Something Rotten, 9

Mary Fanning Driggs

Mary Fanning Driggs* Marya, Accordion Mary is thrilled to be back on the PTC stage for her 25th production, especially since she gets to perform with her daughter Faith! Driggs

Lenny Daniel

Lenny Daniel* Ensemble/Dance Captain Choreographed Mary Poppins (Utah Shakespeare Festival) and Spamalot (Geva Theatre Center and Arkansas Repertory Theatre). Directed and choreographed Mid-Life! The Crisis Musical (TexARTS); choreographed The Little

Ginger Bess

Ginger Bess* Helene Ginger was last seen on the PTC stage as Magenta in The Rocky Horror Show. Thanks to Karen and Phil for bringing her back to perform another

Lucy Anders

Lucy Anders* Princess Mary, Opera Singer Excited to be back for her sixth production at Pioneer Theatre Company! First National Tour: Something Rotten! (Ensemble, /u/s Portia). New York Theatre: The Bachelor

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