Tony Winner and Grammy nominee Lena Hall just completed touring the US and Canada with Josh Groban on the Stages tour and ended her critically acclaimed run starring as Yitzhak in the hit Broadway revival of Hedwig and the Angry Inch for which she won the 2014 Tony Award for Featured Actress in a Musical. Prior to Hedwig, she starred as Nicola in the Tony Award winning musical Kinky Boots. Lena sold out her solo shows at the legendary Café Carlyle, Feinsteins/54 Below, and Feinsteins San Francisco. Her live album Sin & Salvation: Live At the Carlyle can be found on iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon, et al.
Previous Broadway and Off-Broadway roles include starring in the award-winning Toxic Avenger at New World Stages, Tarzan (Original Cast), Dracula (Original Cast), 42nd Street, Cats, Beg Bugs, and Green Eyes. TV and film roles include upcoming guest roles on HBO’s Girls, Good Girls Revolt (Amazon Prime), and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
Born and raised in San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury, Lena Hall traveled the world as a young performer, receiving her first big break singing for Pope John Paul II at Candlestick Stadium for over 50,000 people at the age of 7. As a teenager, Hall was a member of the Young People’s Teen Musical Theatre Company in San Francisco and eventually joined the national tour of Cats.
Adam Kantor is currently starring as Motel in the new revival of Fiddler on The Roof. He is best known to Broadway audiences as Mark in the final cast of Rent, which was released by Sony Pictures on DVD. He reunited with Rent director Michael Greif in Next To Normal on Broadway, in which he played Henry. In 2013, Adam played Jamie in the acclaimed NYC revival of The Last Five Years at Second Stage, directed by its composer Jason Robert Brown. Also off-Broadway, he played Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q. At The Old Globe, he played Proteus in Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen Of Verona directed by Mark Lamos, and Jeff in the world premiere of Nobody Loves You by Itamar Moses and Gaby Alter. Most recently, Adam played Eddie in the world premiere production of Diner by Sheryl Crow and Barry Levinson and directed by Kathleen Marshall. On TV he was seen in The Good Wife in the role of Ezra. Adam was a co-founder of the nonprofit arts organization, Broadway In South Africa, which provided arts education to underprivileged youth in the country. He graduated from Northwestern University and also studied at the British-American Dramatic Academy in Oxford, England.