Connect with Broadway's best

We are excited to bring together a spectacular cast of guests spanning a wide range of ages, interests, and artistic and professional backgrounds to celebrate our fifth year!

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Note: All special guest appearances are subject to professional work commitments. Autograph and photograph sessions are subject to guest availability. As such, we can not guarantee that all guests listed will be sitting for autograph and photograph sessions during the event. Be sure to check the final schedule for a full list of autograph and photograph sessions. Autograph and photograph sessions are assigned via lottery. Additional information about the lottery will be announced at a later date.

2020 Featured Guests Include:

Alex Boniello

Dear Evan Hansen, Spring Awakening

Alex currently stars as Connor Murphy in Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway. Other Broadway: V/O Moritz in Deaf West Theatre’s Tony-nominated revival of Spring Awakening. Other theatre: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 21 Chump Street (This American Life/BAM); Stilyagi (Vassar/NYSAF), Million Dollar Quartet (Papermill Playhouse); Cruel Intentions the Musical (LPR), Brooklynite (Vineyard Theater); Here’s Hoover! (Abrons Arts Center); I Am Harvey Milk (Lincoln Center); and the national tour of Green Day’s American Idiot. Select TV: Marvel’s “Jessica Jones,” “Happyish,” “Welcome to Greenpoint,” “Saturday Night Live.” Film: "Alt Space," "Contest," "Detachment." Alex is also a Tony Award-winning Producer for his work on the 2019 Best Musical Hadestown.
Tommy Bracco

Pretty Woman

Tommy was born, raised and currently resides in Staten Island, New York. You can catch him playing Giulio in this season’s new Broadway musical Pretty Woman! Other theater: Disney’s Newsies (OBC), A Chorus Line (City Center Encores!), The Hairy Ape (Park Avenue Armory), Grease (Papermill Playhouse). TV/ Film: Disney’s "NEWSIES: Live!," "Isn't It Romantic," "Fourth Man Out," "Nurse Jackie." Tommy is the cofounder of LION ARTS (along side one of his best buds Adam Kaplan), a program that amplifies confidence and provides audition training for young artists! Lionartsnyc.com
Mo Brady

The Ensemblist

Mo Brady is the co-creator, podcast host, and content director of The Ensemblist, the online advocate for talented artists working in theatre ensembles on Broadway and across the country. What started as an audio podcast for those curious about how Broadway really works turned into a movement to champion theatre artists and the multitudes of talents.

He is the Communications Projects Manager for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, a nonprofit that unites theatre artists and theatre lovers to help those in need. Before joining the Broadway Cares team, he was a performer working on Broadway and regionally across the country.

He made his Broadway debut in The Addams Family, where he understudied the role of Lucas Bieneke (Wednesday’s boyfriend). He also recurred in the second season of the NBC television series "Smash" as Gabe, a performer in “Hit List” on their journey from off-Broadway to the Tony Awards.
Camille A. Brown

Once On This Island

Camille A. Brown is Founder and Artistic Director of Camille A. Brown & Dancers and the recipient of a Ford Foundation Art of Change Fellowship, Guggenheim Fellowship, five Princess Grace Awards, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award, Bessie Award, United States Artists Award, Doris Duke Artist Award, and TED Fellow, among others. Her theater credits include the TONY-nominated Choir Boy (Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations); the TONY-winning revival of Once on This Island (Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk, and Chita Rivera nominations), The Fortress of Solitude (Lortel nomination), TONI STONE (AUDELCO nomination), Much Ado About Nothing (AUDELCO nomination), and the EMMY-winning Jesus Christ Superstar on NBC, among others. She is the choreographer for Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf for The Public Theater and made her choreographic debut for the The Metropolitan Opera’s Porgy & Bess this Fall. This spring, she will make her directorial debut for Ain’t Misbehavin at Westport Playhouse, CT.
Maybe Burke

Love Letters to Nobody

Maybe Burke is a New York-based actor, writer, and human rights advocate interested in telling the stories that haven't been told. NYC: safeword., Red Emma & the Mad Monk. TV: "Tales of the City," "The Deuce." Maybe's solo show, Love Letters to Nobody, won the 2017 Fresh Fruit Spirit Award for fostering Pride, Survival, History, and Progress. They were also nominated for the Doric Wilson Independent Playwright Award in 2018. Maybe is also a panelist on the "Topics Include Podcast." maybeburke.com @believeinmaybe

Damon Daunno

Oklahoma!

Damon Daunno was Tony-nominated for his performance as Curly in Oklahoma! Other theater credits include Brief En­counter (Broadway, US, AUS tour); Tin Drum (UK Tour); Wild Bride (St. Ann’s Warehouse); Tristan and Yseult (St. Ann’s, US tour); The Lucky Ones (Ars Nova); Hadestown (NYTW); Beardo (Pipeline); Last Goodbye (Williamstown); Fly By Night (DTC); Jesus in India (Magic); Oklahoma! (Bard SummerScape). TV includes "The Following" (Fox). For his performance in The Lucky Ones, Damon received a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical and a Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical. He is a multi-instrumentalist and composer and has scored short and feature-length films. A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Karla Puno Garcia

Hamilton

Karla Puno Garcia is currently a swing in the Broadway show Hamilton: An American Musical. Favorite performance credits include Broadway’s West Side Story, Gigi, Hot Feet, National Tours Wicked and Addams Family, TV: "Smash" (Season 2), "So You Think You Can Dance" (Season 5). NYU Tisch Dance BFA.

Karla is choreographing a new show called Other World set to premiere at Bucks County Playhouse in the spring of 2020. In 2019, she choreographed the ENCORES Off-Center production Gone Missing. She is the recipient of the Richmond Theatre Critics Best Choreography Award for her original work on In the Heights (Virginia Rep). Off-Broadway: One Thousand Nights and One Day (Prospect Theater Company). Short Film: "The Spot" (San Francisco and DC Dance Film Festival selection). Music Videos: "Kindness," Casablanca Records; "The Knocks," Atlantic Records, Mandy Gonzales.

Karla was one of six "Broadway Bound choreographers" selected to present at the 2018 DANCEBREAK showcase. She has presented for BC Beat, Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS, and Katie’s Project. She is a proud faculty member at Broadway Dance Center and teaches every Monday at 3pm.

Mandy Gonzalez

Hamilton

MANDY GONZALEZ is currently starring in the Broadway musical sensation Hamilton as Angelica Schuyler. Mandy can also be seen on the CBS hit, “Madam Secretary.” Mandy is also known for originating the role of Nina Rosario, in her brilliant performance in the Tony Award winning, Lin-Manuel Miranda Broadway musical In the Heights, a role she originally created Off-Broadway at 37 Arts and which received a Drama Desk Award. Mandy starred as Elphaba in the Broadway production of Wicked, for which she was awarded a Broadway.com Award for “Best Replacement.” Other Broadway roles include Princess Amneris in the Elton John and Tim Rice musical Aida and the Broadway show Lennon. Mandy is a Warner Music artist and recently released her debut album, FEARLESS, which debuted at #13 on the iTunes pop charts. Mandy founded the social media movement, #FearlessSquad, which is focused on creating a sense belongingness, inclusiveness, and positivity in social media.
Patrick Hinds

True Crime Obsessed, Theater People

Patrick Hinds is the creator and producer of the Webby Award-nominated podcasts "Theater People" and "Broadway Backstory." Patrick is also the producer and co-host of the popular true crime/comedy podcast "True Crime Obsessed."


Joe Iconis

Be More Chill

Joe Iconis is a composer, lyricist, writer, and performer. He has authored the musicals Be More Chill, Broadway Bounty Hunter, Bloodsong of Love, and many others. He is currently in development on the Hunter S. Thompson Musical, as well as Love In Hate Nation. The original cast recording of his musical phenomenon Be More Chill has over 300 million streams worldwide, and his song “Broadway, Here I Come!” was hailed by the New York Times as a new entry in the Great American Songbook. Joe’s songs appeared on NBC’s “Smash,” and his writing has been featured in The NY Times and The Dramatist. He has been nominated for two Drama Desk Awards, a Lucille Lortel Award, and is the recipient of an Ed Kleban Award, a Jonathan Larson Award, an ASCAP Harold Adamson Lyric Award, a Doris Duke Grant, and a MAC John Wallowitch Songwriting Award.

Caitlin Kinnunen

The Prom

Caitlin Kinnunen: Broadway: The Prom (Emma. Tony nomination), The Bridges of Madison County (Carolyn), Spring Awakening (Thea). 1st national tour: Next to Normal (Natalie US). Regional theatre: Alliance Theatre, Sundance Institute Theatre Lab, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, Weston Playhouse, The 5th Avenue Theatre, and Village Theatre. Film/TV credits include “The Intern,” “Sweet Little Lies,” “It’s Kind of a Funny Story,” “We Need to Talk About Kevin,” “Younger,” “American Vandal,” “The Knick,” and “Law & Order: SVU.” www.caitlinkinnunen.com
Andrew Kober

School of Rock

Andrew Kober has appeared on Broadway in School of Rock, Sunday in the Park with George, She Loves Me, Les Miserables, and Hair, as well as the West End production of Hair. He toured nationally in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and has appeared off-Broadway and regionally with MCC, Roundabout Theatre Company, The Public Theatre, New York Theatre Workshop, The Old Globe, Yale Rep, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Bucks County Playhouse, The Denver Center Theater, Barrington Stage Company, and four summers at Shakespeare in the Park, most recently playing Malvolio in the 2018 production of Twelfth Night. His television credits include “Ray Donovan,” ”House of Cards," "Boardwalk Empire," "Blue Bloods," "Pan Am,” and the upcoming FX miniseries, “Fosse/Verdon.” Twitter: @andrewkober

Judy Kuhn

Fun Home

Judy Kuhn is a four-time Tony Award nominee, most recently for her performance as Helen Bechdel in the Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home, a role she created in the original Public Theatre production (2014 Lucille Lortell Award). Other Broadway credits include the original casts of Chess, Les Misérables, Rags, Two Shakespearean Actors, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood, as well as the Roundabout’s 1993 revival of She Loves Me and the 2016 revival of Fiddler on the Roof. Recent theater includes Trevor Nunn’s production of Fiddler on the Roof in London’s West End, Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine’s Passion at Classic Stage Co. (Drama League Award Nomination), and The Cradle Will Rock at City Center. Film & TV includes the title role in Disney's "Pocahontas," "Enchanted," "Elementary," "Hope & Faith," "Law & Order," Les Misérables 10th Anniversary Concert, and The Kennedy Center Honors. Judy has performed on concert stages around the world including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, The Hollywood Bowl, and The Royal Albert Hall in London. In addition to numerous cast recordings, Judy has recorded four solo CDs, most recently "Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel" (PS Classics).

Josh Lamon

The Prom

Broadway: The Prom(Original Cast Recording), Groundhog Day(Original Cast Recording), Finding Neverland (Original Cast Recording), Elf, and Hair(Original Cast Recording, 2009 & 2011 revival companies as well as earning a Helen Hayes Award for his performance at the Kennedy Center). Off Broadway: Shakespeare In The Park’s production of Into the Woods starring Amy Adams and Donna Murphy, “Larry/Buddy” in William Finn & James Lapine’s Little Miss Sunshine, and “Richard” in the acclaimed revival of A New Brain (Original Cast Recording) at Encores. Josh has also guest starred on "30 Rock," "Inside Amy Schumer," "The Good Fight," and "Deadbeat." 

Josh is the host of the popular podcast "Josh Swallows Broadway" on the Broadway Podcast Network. You can find Josh on twitter: @JoshLamon and Instagram: @Josh.Lamon.

L Morgan Lee

A Strange Loop

L Morgan Lee is an actress, photographer, and sometimes writer. She most recently finished the premiere of Michael R. Jackson’s critically acclaimed musical A Strange Loop Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons. L Morgan's other credits include Off-Broadway, National/International Tours, and Concerts in NYC, London, and Berlin. Film: "A Black Girl's Manifesto," "Waystation in the Stars." Recordings: "A Strange Loop" OCR, Éamon Boylan's "Soft Butter" Concept Album, "Pink Prada Purse" - Single (Our Lady J), "Our Lady J: Live From The Zipper Factory." #translivesmatter For more info: lmorganlee.com. @lmorganlee
Kristolyn Lloyd

Dear Evan Hansen

Kristolyn Lloyd's stage credits include Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen. Off Broadway: Blue Ridge (Atlantic Theatre Co.), Paradise Blue, The Liquid Plain (Signature Theatre), Dear Evan Hansen, Invisible Thread (Second Stage Theatre), Heathers The Musical (New World Stages), Cabin In The Sky (Encores City Center). Regional: Paradise Blue (Williamstown), Witness Uganda (A.R.T.), Heathers The Musical (The Hudson), Hairspray, Rent (Hollywood Bowl), Once on this Island (Reprise Theatre). TV includes: "Random Acts of Flyness" (HBO),"Elementary","Madam Secretary" (CBS), "ER" (NBC), and "Lie to Me." (FOX). Graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.

Kelvin Moon Loh

Beetlejuice The Musical

Currently Otho in Beetlejuice The Musical. Broadway: SpongeBob SquarePants (dir. Tina Landau), ‪The King and I‬ (‪Lincoln Center‬, dir. Bartlett Sher), Side Show (dir. Bill Condon). Select Theater: Here Lies Love (Public Theater, dir. Alex Timbers), Pacific Overtures (Classic Stage Co., dir. John Doyle), American Idiot (1st National, dir. Michael Mayer). NYU Steinhardt. Follow @kelvinmoonloh
Beth Malone

Angels in America

Beth recently played the Angel in the Tony winning Broadway revival of Angels in America, directed by Marianne Elliot. She was nominated for a 2015 Tony Award and Grammy for her role of "Alison" in Fun Home. Malone most recently starred as the titular character in the world premiere of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, directed by Kathleen Marshall. She's in the original cast of Ring of Fire, The Marvelous Wonderettes, and Bingo!. Film: "The Comedian" co-starring opposite Robert DeNiro and Edie Falco, "Hick" with Eddie Redmayne, Sundance winner "Brittany Runs A Marathon" opposite Jillian Bell, and the upcoming "God Committee." Beth recurred on CBS’s "Braindead." Other television credits include "Bull," "The Good Wife," "Reno 911," "Judging Amy," "Laying Low," "What's On?," "One Minute Soaps," and the Fox pilot "Second Nature." She is the author and star of the critically acclaimed one-woman show Beth Malone: So Far.
Ezra Menas

Jagged Little Pill

Ezra is a non binary trans person who uses artistry as activism. They are most notably recognized in Steven Spielberg’s "West Side Story" film (coming December 2020) as Anybody’s, as well as a member of Broadway’s Jagged Little Pill.
Donna Murphy

Passion

Donna Murphy is one the most acclaimed and beloved theater actresses of her generation. A two-time Tony Award winner for Passion and for The King and I, other theater highlights include Hello, Dolly!, The People in the Picture, LoveMusik, Wonderful Town, Into the Woods for the NYSF, Hello Again and Twelve Dreams at Lincoln Center, Anyone Can Whistle and Follies for Encores!. She was honored with the Drama League Award for Outstanding Achievement in Musical Theater and has earned five Tony Award nominations, and multiple Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards. Select film and television: Vera Farmiga’s "Higher Ground," Todd Solondz's "Dark Horse," "Center Stage," "The Bourne Legacy," "World Trade Center," "Spider-Man 2," "Star Trek: Insurrection," the voice of Mother Gothel in Disney's "Tangled," "The Blacklist," "Quantico," "Resurrection," "Royal Pains," "The Good Wife," "CSI," PBS's "Mercy Street," and HBO’s "Someone Had to be Benny" (Daytime Emmy Award).

Kelli O'Hara

The King and I

Kelli O’Hara has unequivocally established herself as one of Broadway’s great leading ladies.Her portrayal of Anna Leonowens in the critically acclaimed revival of The King and I garneredher the 2015 Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, along with Drama League and Outer Critics nominations. Recently, Ms. O’Harastarred as Mrs. Darling in NBC’s live telecast of “Peter Pan” alongside Allison Williams and Christian Borleandmade her Metropolitan Opera debut in The Merry Widowwith Renee Fleming. Other Broadway credits includeThe Bridges of Madison County(Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, OCC nominations),Nice Work If You Can Get It(Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, OCC nominations), South Pacific(Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations),Pajama Game(Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations),TheLight in the Piazza(Tony & Drama Desk nominations),Sweet Smell of Success,Follies,Dracula, andJekyll & Hyde. Regional/Off Broadway credits includeFar From Heaven(Playwrights Horizons and WTF),King Lear(Public Theater),Bells Are Ringing(City Center Encores),Sunday in the Park with George(Reprise), andMy Life With Albertine(Playwright’s Horizons). Concerts span from Carnegie Hall to Capitol Hill. She is currently appearing as Jackie in the second season of Netflix’s hit 13 Reasons Whyand recently completed shooting the upcoming series of The Accidental Wolf. Last year, she joined Showtime’s Master of Sexas Michael Sheen’s long-lost love, Dody, completed and can be seen in on CBS All Access’ The Good Fight. Other film and television credits includeSex & The City 2, Martin Scorsese’sThe Key to Reserva,Blue Bloods,Alexander Hamilton, N3mbers, and the animated seriesCar Talk. She is a frequent performer on PBS’s live telecasts and the Kennedy Center Honors. Her solo albums,AlwaysandWonder in the Worldare available on Ghostlight Records
Brad Oscar

Something Rotten!

Broadway: Something Rotten! (Tony Award nomination), Big Fish, Nice Work If You Can Get It,The Producers (Tony Award nomination), The Addams Family, Spamalot, Jekyll & Hyde, Aspects of Love. National Tour: The Phantom of the Opera, Young Frankenstein, Jekyll & Hyde. West End: The Producers.Off-Broadway: Sweeney Todd, Forbidden Broadway, The Body Beautiful, Encores! Annie Get Your Gun, Bells Are Ringing, and Do Re Mi. Regional: The Gods of Comedy(McCarter Theater/Old Globe), The Squirrels (La Jolla Playhouse), Hairspray (KC Starlight), Fiddler on the Roof (Barrington Stage), Barnum (Asolo Rep/Maltz Jupiter- Carbonell Award, Best Actor in a Musical), The Mystery of Irma Vep, Cabaret and Damn Yankees (Arena Stage), The First Wives Club (Old Globe). Film: "Ghost Town," "The Producers." Television: "Madam Secretary," "Smash," "The Good Wife," and three "Law & Orders."
Christine Pedi

Chicago

Christine has been associated with many long running off-Broadway shows, most notably Forbidden Broadway, Forbidden Hollywood (Drama Desk nom), Newsical the Musical, Spamilton (which she co-produced), and Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage. She is the daily host of SiriusXMs ON BROADWAY (Channel 72). On Broadway she was seen in Chicago (as Mama Morton), Little Me, and Talk Radio. She's also a dead "Soprano" – Mrs. Bobby Baccala (he loved her so much he couldn't defrost her ziti)! Christine has toured her award winning cabaret act Great Dames across the USA, London, South Africa, and beyond. Known as “The Lady of 1000 Voices” she can be found on YouTube, The Howard Stern Show, Cartoon Networks Steven Universe, and more. Her solo CD "Good to Mama" is available in the usual places. ChristinePedi.com * @ChristinePedi * FB- ChristinePediShowBiz
Gillian Pensavalle

True Crime Obsessed

Gillian Pensavalle is the creator and host of The Hamilcast: A Hamilton Podcast. Since January 2016, Gillian has welcomed dozens of Hamilton's cast, crew, and creatives (yes that means Lin-Manuel Miranda, Alex Lacamoire, and Thomas Kail!) into her apartment to have fun, raw, and engaging conversations about making and maintaining this phenomenal show. Additionally, Gillian speaks to those who are "Hamilton-adjacent" (members of Freestyle Love Supreme; historian Joanne Freeman; super fan Anthony Rapp to name a few) to talk about the show's influence. Gillian is also the co-host of True Crime Obsessed with podcast royalty Patrick Hinds. To the revolution! @TheHamilcast @TrueCrimeObsess @GillianWithaG
Erin Quill

Avenue Q

Erin Quill holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon. In addition to being a member of the Original Broadway Company of Avenue Q, she has been in the 50th anniversary company of Flower Drum Song, The King & I, and the upcoming DAVE – where she worked with Nell Benjamin, Tom Kitt, and Tina Landau.

Anthony Rapp

Rent

Anthony Rapp is proud to be a co-founder of BroadwayCon and loves the theatre community with all of his heart. 

George Salazar

Be More Chill

George Salazar is best known for originating the role of “Michael Mell” in Be More Chill. Broadway: Be More Chill; Godspell. Nat'l tour: Spring Awakening. Off-Bway: Be More Chill; The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical (Drama Desk nom.); tick, tick... BOOM!; Here Lies Love. Regional: Be More Chill; Broadway Bounty Hunter. TV: "BULL" (CBS); “Divorce" (HBO). Recordings: "Two-Player Game," "Be More Chill" (OCR & OBCR), "The Lightning Thief," "Godspell," "Brooklyn Crush," "Moment by Moment." For more info, visit www.thegeorgesalazar.com. @georgesalazar

Aneesh Sheth

Jessica Jones

Ms. Aneesh Sheth is a singer, actress, producer, director, writer, and transgender activist. Born in Pune, India and relocating to the United States at an early age, she quickly found a passion for music. At 6 years old, she began studying piano and by middle school, she had also picked up the flute and began voice training. Having sung classically up through high school, she then attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts for Musical Theatre. After receiving her BFA, she enjoyed the tour life performing in various musicals including the Broadway National Tour of A.R. Rahman's Bombay Dreams as Sweetie in 2006. Aneesh has worked with regional theatre such as PlayGround SF, Playwrights Foundation, The Asian American Theatre Company, Village Theater, and The 5th Avenue Theatre. She is most notably known as Carly in the critically acclaimed Public Theater production of Southern Comfort, which garnered six nominations, two Lucille Lortel wins, and a New York Times Critic's Pick. She has since returned to the Public as part of their Mobile Unit, Public Studio, Public Forum, and Shakespeare Initiatives programs, as well as added NYMF, NAMT and Lincoln Center Theater Director's Lab to her resume. Aneesh made her network debut as a guest star on NBC's Thursday night sitcom Outsourced (2011) and has since appeared in Hulu's Difficult People, HBO's High Maintenance, and NBC's New Amsterdam. She also had a cameo in IFC's A Kid Like Jake, alongside Jim Parsons. She's currently a recurring guest star on Marvel's Jessica Jones on NETFLIX as “Gillian”, assistant to the titular character. Along with her work in theatre, film, and television, she is an event host, trans activist, panelist, and committee member of many national organizations.
Christopher Sieber

The Prom

CHRISTOPHER SIEBER started performing shows in his parents living room where he was a triumph at age 7 in The Christopher Comedy Cavalcade of 1976 seen by both his parents and unsuspecting neighbors driving by. Then, BROADWAY: The Prom, Matilda, Pippin, La Cage Aux Folles, Shrek (Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League,Outer Critics noms) Monty Python's Spamalot (Tony Nom and West End Production) Chicago, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Into the Woods, Beauty and the Beast, Triumph of Love.

Television: "Law and Order SVU," "The Good Wife," "The Good Fight," "Elementary," "Ed," "Sex and the City," "Pushing Daisies," "It's All Relative," "Two of a Kind," and lots of daytime TV such as "Guiding Light," "All My Children," "Another World," where his many recurring characters never went anywhere....

James Snyder

Harry Potter the Cursed Child, In Transit, If/Then

James Snyder is currently starring as Harry Potter in Broadway's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and has also been seen on stage in Broadway's first a capella musical In Transit, as well as If/Then (Broadway and Tour). He also received a Drama League Award Nomination for the titular role in Cry-Baby and recently played Billy in Goodspeed Opera House's production of Carousel. His additional theatre credits include Fanny at New York City Center, Broadway: Three Generations at The Kennedy Center, Rock of Ages (Los Angeles, Las Vegas), Oedipus the King, Mama (Troubadour Theater Co.), Happy Days, The Fantasticks (Sacramento Music Circus), Hamlet, Sneaux, Oklahoma!, and Star Wars Trilogy in 30 Minutes. He has also performed with the Hartford Symphony as well as the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. TV: The Good Wife, Rizzoli and Isles, Blue Bloods, Drop Dead Diva, CSI, Without a Trace, Cold Case, Gilmore Girls, and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, among others. Film: She’s The Man, The Storyteller, An American in China, Meth Head, Shuttle, Pretty Persuasion (Sundance Film Festival). He can also be heard as Jason on the bare: a pop opera concept album. His solo rock album, L.A. Curse, is available on iTunes, spotify and www.jamessnyder.com. He has a B.F.A. in acting from the University of Southern California.
Jennifer Ashley Tepper

Be More Chill

Jennifer Ashley Tepper is producer of Be More Chill, currently playing on Broadwaym and Broadway Bounty Hunter, which will play off-Broadway in 2019. These projects are part of a decade-long collaboration with Joe Iconis & Family. She is also the Creative and Programming Director at Feinstein’s/54 Below, where she has curated or produced over 3000 shows. She is the co-creator of the Bistro Award-winning concert series, If It Only Even Runs A Minute, and conceiver and director of "The Jonathan Larson Project," a song cycle of Larson’s unheard work, which received its world premiere in 2018 and recently recorded an original cast album. As a writer, Tepper has authored three volumes of "The Untold Stories of Broadway" series, published by Dress Circle. On Broadway, Tepper has also worked on [title of show], The Performers, Godspell, Macbeth, and The Parisian Woman.

Fredi Walker-Browne

Rent, "The Big C"

Fredi is best known for creating the role of Joanne Jefferson in the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Rent! Most recently she appears as Ghost in Season 3 of TBS’s "Search Party." You can find her streaming or on-demand as Beverly in Rebecca Miller’s "Maggie's Plan," and Shay in Showtime’s Emmy Award-winning series "The Big C." Fredi is also an accomplished director and writer. She opened her company, Big Spoon Productions, in 1992. She is the creator of The Professional Skills for Actors Series™ and a proud advocate of arts education for students in all schools everywhere! For more information, please visit www.bigspoonproductions.com.

Claire Warden

Intimacy Director Liasion

Claire consults for and intimacy coordinates on television networks including HBO, Hulu, and Amazon, as well as independent films. She recently made history as the first intimacy director on a Broadway production, for Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, with Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon. She is the first woman ever to be nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Fight Choreography which she won, as intimacy and fight director of Slave Play at NYTW. In the same season she was also nominated as intimacy and fight director for Daddy (Vineyard/New Group). Other Off-Broadway plays include BLKS (MCC Theatre), Mies Julie, and Dance of Death (CSC) plus more in New York and regionally. Claire trains faculty and students in acting training institutions across the country including Yale School of Drama and Yale College, Brown/Trinity Rep, NYU, the O'Neill Theatre Center, Stella Adler, Sarah Lawrence, UConn, Northeastern University, and Muhlenberg College. She has also trained students at Cambridge University in the UK and has presented at conferences across America. She is part of the lead teaching team of Intimacy Directors International, training the next generation of Intimacy Directors and Coordinators.

Sharon Wheatley

Come From Away

Sharon Wheatley originated and still performs the role of Diane in the global hit, Come From Away. She is a mother to two girls and married to stage manager, Martha Donaldson. An actress in New York City for 27 years, she has also appeared on Broadway in Avenue Q, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, and in the final cast of Cats at the Winter Garden Theater. She is best known as the author of "'Til The Fat Girl Sings," a memoir about growing up as an underestimated midwestern girl with big dreams. 
Stacy Wolf

Program in Music Theater at Princeton University

Stacy Wolf is a theatre professor and director of the Program in Music Theater at Princeton University, where she teaches classes on gender and race in the American musical, including a course on the musicals of Stephen Sondheim. She is the author of Changed for Good: A Feminist History of the Broadway Musical, A Problem Like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical, and co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of the American Musical. Wolf's latest book, Beyond Broadway: The Pleasure and Promise of Musical Across America, explores how the Broadway musical theatre repertoire finds new life at local venues across the country, including summer camps, high schools, community theatres, and after-school programs. She’s also written about women in The Hunchback of Notre Dame for Disney Theatrical Group’s Study Guide and two articles on gender in the smash hit Hamilton. Before Princeton, Wolf taught at the University of Texas at Austin, the George Washington University, and Florida State University. She holds a BA from Yale, MA from the University of Virginia, and PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Wolf is also a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a President’s Distinguished Teaching Award from Princeton.
Logan Hart

Jagged Little Pill

Logan Hart (he/him) is currently performing in Jagged Little Pill on Broadway as Andrew/Ensemble and understudying the role of Nick Healy. Previously he performed for 3 years with the Book of Mormon First National Tour. Other credits include Poster Boy (Roundabout Theatre Company), Being Theo, Next to Normal, High School Musical, and Altar Boyz, along with concerts at 54 Below, Rockwood Music Hall, Piano Fight SF, and numerous readings, workshops, and recordings for promotional and developmental work. Additionally, he will be seen in the upcoming film "What is Life Worth" starring Michael Keaton and Stanley Tucci. For more information and updates follow him on IG: gowiththeflogan.
Afra Hines

Hadestown

Currently performing in the new Broadway musical Hadestown, Afra is a veteran performer with 8 Broadway credits to her name. Some of her favorites include Summer: The Donna Summer Musical where she played Michael/Maid and understudied Disco Donna Summer, In The Heights (Original Broadway Company with Lin-Manuel Miranda), Shuffle Along (Original Broadway Company alongside Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Billy Porter, and Joshua Henry with choreography by Savion Glover), Ghost (Original Broadway Company, understudy Clara/Louise), and Motown (understudy Tina Marie). She also spent a year on the First National Tour of Hamilton (Angelica Tour) playing San Francisco and Los Angeles. Additionally, Afra was a Radio City Rockette for 7 years. You can see Afra in the FX miniseries "Fosse/Verdon" with Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams. Other television work includes "Boardwalk Empire" (Onyx Dancer), "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (Hamilton ensemble), "The Detour" (B.Frank ensemble), "Mozart In the Jungle," and SNL.
Taylor Symone Jackson

Ain't Too Proud

Taylor Symone Jackson was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. Taylor attended both a performing arts high school (Carver School of the Arts/ Atlanta, GA) and college, Conservatory (AMDA/ New York, NY) for both Musical Theater and Dance. Soon after graduating she worked at the Organ Shakespeare Festival and later got the offer for Ain't Too Proud. She is so honored to have the opportunity to perform on a New York City stage, with a crazy funny cast and a wonderful support system behind her. She can only pray that this is just the beginning of her Broadway Career. In her spare time she loves hanging with her puppy Kimchi and eating Empanada Mama during lunch breaks. :)
She is so thrilled to attend and be part of her first Broadway Con!!!!!!
Zachary Noah Piser

Dear Evan Hansen

Zachary Noah Piser is thrilled to join his first BroadwayCon panel! He is currently the Evan Hansen alternate on Broadway, after originating Dear Evan Hansen’s premiere international production in Canada. Other Broadway: Wicked (Boq). Off-Broadway: Barrow Street Theatre’s West-End transfer of Sweeney Todd (Tobias), Mad Libs Live. Favorite Regional: The Heart of Rock & Roll (The Old Globe, world premiere), Godspell (Marriott Theatre). He is a Bay Area native and Northwestern grad. Big thanks to Erin Quill for including him in this special AAPI panel! @zach_piser

Ari Axelrod

Taking the Wheel

Ari has had the privilege of working with cabaret icons such as Tony Award winners Faith Prince and Christine Ebersole, Tony nominee Ann Hampton Callaway, Grammy Award winner Billy Stritch, Marilyn Maye, Karen Mason, and Alix Korey. Ari Axelrod's solo cabaret, Taking the Wheel, directed by Faith Prince and music directed by Alex Rybeck, has had two sold out performances at Feinstein's/54 Below in New York City. Ari’s most recent cabaret, A Celebration of Jewish Broadway, has been performed at Birdland Jazz Club in NYC, as well as in St. Louis, Missouri, and Chicago.

NYC credits include: Off-Broadway: Milk and Honey (Cantor/Sheep Boy) at The York Theatre Company. Regional: Weathervane Theatre: Last Five Years (Jamie), West Side Story (Riff), Hairspray (Corny Collins). Repertory Theatre of St. Louis: One Man Two Guvnors (Ensemble).
Alessandra Baldacchino

Fun Home

Alessandra Baldacchino is a 13-year-old eighth-grader from Glen Rock NJ. She has been seen in both the Broadway production and National Tour of the Tony Award-winning musical FUN HOME playing the role of Small Alison, for which she won the prestigious Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Performer. She is honored to be back at BroadwayCon for the third time. @alibaldacchino
Adriana Braganza

The King and I

Adriana is 12 years old. She was an original cast member of Lincoln Center’s The King and I. She played the role of a royal child, Buddha, and Princess Ying Yaowalak understudy. Shortly after the Broadway run, Adriana had the opportunity of continuing her role in the national tour.
Amaya Braganza

The King and I

Amaya is 17 years old. She played the role of July in the Broadway revival of Annie. She was also part of Lincoln Center’s revival of The King and I as a royal child. Amaya had the opportunity of being in The King and I national tour as a royal child, wife of the King, Uncle Thomas in the ballet, and as Louis understudy.
Ava Briglia

Matilda the Musical

Ava Briglia is a 12 year old performer from Media, Pennsylvania. Broadway: Matilda the Musical (Matilda), School Of Rock (Summer), The Ferryman (Swing - Nunu, Mercy, and Honor). First National Tour: School of Rock (Summer). Recent workshops/readings: Trevor the Musical, Radio 930, and Another Way. TV and Film: John Mulaney on Netflix, "Evil Lives Here," "Sisters," "Balancing Act," and Julie Andrew’s "Greenroom."  Voiceover - "English Egg," "Sesame Street," and Nickelodeon. @ava.briglia
Ginna Claire Mason

Wicked

Currently playing Glinda in the Broadway production of Wicked. Tour/Vegas: Wicked, Newsies, Flashdance, Duck Commander Musical. Regional: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Hairspray, Grease. Nashville native. BFA in music theatre, Elon University.
Marc delaCruz

Hamilton

Broadway: Hamilton (Philip Schuyler/James Reynolds, Doctor; u/s Hamilton, Laurens/Philip, King George), If/Then (OBC). Off-Broadway: Ordinary Days (Keen Company), Three Days to See (Transport Group). Tour: If/Then, Disney’s High School Musical. Regional: Vietgone (Studio Theatre), Next to Normal (Tantrum Theater), Allegiance (The Old Globe), ...Spelling Bee, Making Tracks (San Jose Rep). Seattle: 5th Avenue Theatre, Village Theatre, ReAct, NWAAT. Hawaii born, Seattle raised.
Tori Feinstein

Matilda the Musical

Feinstein has appeared in the following theater productions: Matilda the Musical (Matilda) - Broadway and 1st Broadway National Tour, How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Cindy-Lou Who) – Madison Square Garden, Bright Star (Clair/Kimmy) – Powerhouse Theatre, DADA WOOF PAPA HOT (Voice of Nicola) – Lincoln Center, Taking Wing (Nya), By Wheel and By Wing (Tonia). She has appeared in the following films: "Dovid Meyer" (Judy Kalman), "Hello, I Must Be Going" (Caley), "Arthur." Television: "The Other Two" (Rachel Klein), "Bubble Guppies" (Oona), "Chuggington" (Toot), "3rd & Bird" (Muffin), "30 Rock" (Liddy), "Small Miracles" (Desiree Gill), "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," "Sesame Street," NBC’s "New Year’s Eve." She was part of the recordings for: How The Grinch Stole Christmas Cast Album, Broadway’s Carols For A Cure Album, and "I Have A Voice" – Broadway Kids Against Bullying single. Feinstein has appeared in numerous TV and radio commercials, has performed to raise funds for various charities, including No Bully, UNICEF, and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Instagram @officialtorifeinstein.
Meliki Hurd

Matilda the Musical

Hurd's most recent credits include Broadway and National Tour: Matilda the Musical. Film/TV: Verizon Fios, United Federation of Teachers, Kids Foot Locker, Disney XD, The Last OG, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to name a few. Special thanks to the small village that makes this all feasible. Anything is possible. Live, Love, Laugh, and Inspire.
Mia Sinclair Jenness

Les Misérables

Mia Sinclair Jenness made her national touring debut at age six in Les Miserables, and made her Broadway debut in the original revival cast of Les Miserables the following year. After working alongside Carrie Underwood and Audra McDonald as the understudy to Gretl in NBC’s groundbreaking The Sound of Music Live, Mia appeared as Matilda in the original Broadway touring production of Matilda the Musical. Recently, Mia co-starred off-broadway as Mary Page Marlowe age 12 in the critically acclaimed Mary Page Marlowe by Tracy Letts at Second Stage and has been workshopping a number of new Broadway-bound plays and musicals. Mia’s can be seen in the upcoming Amazon YA Thriller series Panic and is the voice of Disney's Fancy Nancy in Fancy Nancy. As Fancy Nancy, Mia can be found on the Disney Records album of the same name, in Disney theme parks worldwide, voicing the Fancy Nancy dolls, apps, and more. Other TV appearances include recurring and guest star roles on "Raven's Home," "Blue Bloods," and "Orange Is The New Black." She also stars opposite Christina Ricci in the upcoming feature film "Ten Things We Should Do Before We Break Up" and has voiced a slew of characters in animated feature films and tv shows. Mia enjoys reading, singing, and playing the ukulele, dancing, traveling, and volunteering with Cookies for Kids' Cancer, an organization that helps fight pediatric cancer one bake sale at a time. @MiaSinclairJenness
Barrett Martin

Chicago

Originally from Chicago, IL, Barrett is now in his 3rd year at Chicago, his 9th Broadway Show. Broadway Credits include: Urban Cowboy, Young Frankenstein, Wicked, Guys & Dolls (2009), The Addams Family, How To Succeed... (2011), Nice Work If You Can Get It, Side Show (2014). He also performed with the National Tours of Footloose, Copacabana, and Movin' Out. Barrett also served as an Associate Choreographer on the Broadway musical Scandalous.

Barrett has also danced and acted in various films and television programs such as "Jack Ryan" (S2), "The Loudest Voice," "Blacklist," "Quantico," "Ted 2," and various others. He recently starred in an independent feature film "The Tramp's New World" about writer James Agee, which is currently in post-production.

Barrett is married to the incomparable Megan Sikora, and they have a 7 year old son, Elliot. "I love being a part of the Broadway community and am very lucky to perform for a living."

Trey Middleton

Matilda the Musical

Trey Middleton is a 9th grader from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Trey made his Broadway debut in Matilda the Musical as a swing covering the roles of Bruce, Tommy, and Nigel. Trey also performed across the country in the First National Tour of Matilda the Musical as a swing covering Bruce, Tommy, Nigel, and Eric. Trey also performed the role of Michael Hobbs in the National Tour of Elf the Musical, which performed at Madison Square Garden. Trey also loves sports, especially baseball and basketball which he plays for his school.
Mars Rucker

TINA: The Tina Turner Musical

Mars Rucker is a proud non-binary artist and is currently on Broadway in TINA: The Tina Turner Musical as Alline. They believe in creation out of love, telling stories centered around truth, and activism through art. They create for the forgotten voice. “I will never betray my heart.” Instagram: mars_the_mantis
Analise Scarpaci

Lolita My Love

Analise Scarpaci is an actress, singer, and dancer based in NYC. She was recently seen as Mona in Lolita, My Love at The York Theatre Company. Broadway: A Christmas Story (Esther Jane), Matilda (Swing – Alice & Hortensia). First National Tour: Matilda (Hortensia). Upcoming Broadway: Mrs. Doubtfire (Lydia Hillard). Analise is currently a junior in Pace University’s BFA Musical Theatre Program. Instagram: @analise.scarpaci

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Mischief Management is dedicated to creating a fun, safe, accepting and welcoming space where fans can celebrate what they love. The safety and security of all attendees is of the utmost importance to us. Please read the below policies carefully before attending BroadwayCon.

Anti-Harrassment Policy

At BroadwayCon, the safety of everyone at the event is our first priority. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment of any kind, including but not limited to: stalking, intimidation, offensive verbal comments, physical assault, battery, harassing photography or recording, continuous disruption of panels or other events, bathroom policing, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome physical attention in relation to, but not limited to: age, appearance, body size, gender identity or expression, race or ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation.

BroadwayCon is a private event, and as such, we reserve the right to remove any person from the event at any time. If a person engages in harassing behavior, BroadwayCon Staff will take prompt action in any form they deem appropriate, including expulsion from BroadwayCon with no refund and contacting the appropriate authorities. Our policy applies to everyone at BroadwayCon, including attendees, exhibitors, speakers, special guests, professionals, press, staff, volunteers, and event security.

If someone’s behavior makes you uncomfortable, or if you witness harassment happening to someone else, you should immediately contact BroadwayCon Staff. BroadwayCon Staff will be designated by staff badges and red staff lanyards. You may also come to the BroadwayCon customer service desk to report an incident.

We ask that you abide by common sense rules to guide your behavior: If someone does not want to interact with you, don’t interact with them. If you do not have permission to touch someone, don’t touch them. We rely on your good judgement and respect for others and their property to create a fun and memorable event, and would hate for you to miss it, so please take a moment to familiarize yourself with these rules so that doesn’t happen!

IF YOU NEED IMMEDIATE HELP
If you feel like your safety or the safety of another person is at risk, then please don’t hesitate to notify a BroadwayCon staff member or security officer. You can also call the BroadwayCon Security hotline for immediate assistance at (646) 481-4438.

Weapons Policy

In order to maintain a safe space for all attendees and guests, Mischief Management has a zero tolerance policy for real weaponry. Real weapons of any kind are expressly forbidden on the premises of any Mischief Management event. (“Real weapons” are defined here as any object designed or used for inflicting harm on any person). This includes all firearms, martial arts paraphernalia, any knives larger than a pocket knife, and airsoft guns. This also applies to attendees who may have a permit or license to carry said weapon.

Any person found to be carrying a weapon of any kind may be required to turn over the weapon to the security staff and/or to have their ticket for the event revoked and to be removed from the event space.

BroadwayCon Cosplay Policy

By attending BroadwayCon, you agree that BroadwayCon and New York Hilton Midtown staff members, who will be clearly designated by visible credentials, may, at any time, inspect any costume, costume weapon, or other items you bring to BroadwayCon, and may remove any person from the event space for violation of this policy.

Please familiarize yourself with our Anti-Harassment Policy. We ask that you abide by common sense rules to guide your behavior. If someone does not want to interact with you, don’t interact with them. This also applies to attendees in cosplay. Always ask before taking photos of or with another attendee, and respect your fellow attendees’ right to say no. If a person engages in harassing behavior, BroadwayCon Staff will take prompt action in any form they deem appropriate, including expulsion from BroadwayCon with no refund and contacting the appropriate authorities.

We understand that our attendees may be cosplaying as characters who carry weaponry. All attendees agree to abide by our Weapons Policy as well as any policies enacted by the VENUE. Prop and/or costume weapons are permitted at BroadwayCon as part of a relevant costume. However, all prop weapons must be:

A. CONSPICUOUSLY FAKE
If your costume weapon looks realistic, federal law requires that it be either translucent enough that the inner mechanics are visible, or at least half-covered with solid white or bright red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, or pink.

B. CLEARLY SAFEGUARDED
Different styles of props will have different needs. Below, please find a non-exhaustive list of ways in which to safeguard your prop weapon.

  1. Bows and slingshots must be either strung with a material that cannot hold tension or completely unstrung.
  2. They may not have the capacity to fire a projectile.
  3. Arrows may not be tipped and they must be tied together and secured to the quiver.
  4. Any kind of knife, sword, or other prop weapon with a cutting edge may not be sharpened or have the ability to cut.
  5. Any projectile weapon must be incapable of firing.

C. TAGGED BY BROADWAYCON STAFF
Upon arrival, attendees who are wearing costumes that include prop weapons must have their weapons logged and tagged at the BroadwayCon Customer Service Desk.

After you check into BroadwayCon and receive your badge, please proceed to the Customer Service Desk. One of our staff members will examine your prop weapon, catalog it, and tag it with a neon cable tie. A staff member will be available to examine prop weapons at all times during registration hours.

BroadwayCon Terms of Service

All BroadwayCon attendees and special guests are required to adhere to this Code of Conduct. The BroadwayCon badge is required for admittance to any BroadwayCon function. BroadwayCon reserves the right to revoke, without refund, this badge for noncompliance with these terms, for disorderly conduct including, but not limited to, any behavior that is illegal, unsafe, disruptive, discriminatory, or causes excessive discomfort to another person, or for sale or attempted sale of a badge. Further, BroadwayCon reserves the right to permanently exclude any person who does not comply with the Code of Conduct from future events.

BroadwayCon attendees and special guests are required to adhere to the instructions of all BroadwayCon employees and agents, all security employees and agents, the staff of the New York Hilton Midtown, and any and all law enforcement personnel.

BroadwayCon attendees and special guests agree to observe and comply with any and all policies, rules, and regulations of the New York Hilton Midtown, all laws, statutes, ordinances, rules, and regulations of the Government of the United States, the state of New York, New York County and the city of New York.

Liability

You assume any and all risks occurring before, during, or after BroadwayCon. You release BroadwayCon and the New York Hilton Midtown and their agents, licensees, assignees, and their respective affiliates and representatives from any related claims.

PROHIBITIONS
Alcohol, illegal drugs, weapons, and items that can be mistaken for weapons are expressly prohibited, even if they are part of a costume.

ACCESS
All BroadwayCon functions have limited capacities as determined by the Fire Marshal. Although your badge is required for admittance to all functions, it does not guarantee you access to any function if it has reached its capacity. All autograph and photo booth sessions are of a limited nature, and your badge does not guarantee access to all of them.


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Your information, whether public or private, will not be sold, exchanged, transferred, or given to any other company for any reason whatsoever, without your consent, other than for the express purpose of delivering the purchased product or service requested.

The email address you provide may be used to send you information pertaining to any orders you place, as well as email updates.

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After a transaction, your private information, including your credit card number, will not be stored on our servers.

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We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information. However, we may disclose this information to trusted third parties who assist us in operating our website, conducting our business, or servicing you, as long as these parties agree to keep your information confidential. We may also release your information when we believe such release is appropriate to comply with the law, to enforce our site policies, or to protect our or others’ rights, property, or safety. Non-personally identifiable visitor information may be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses.

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Online Privacy Policy Only

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You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold us, our officers, our employees, our volunteers, and our partners harmless from any and all liability, loss, damages, and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, related to your violation of this Agreement or use of the website.

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All responsibility or liability for any damages caused by viruses contained within the electronic file containing the form or document is disclaimed. We are not liable for any incidental, special or consequential damages of any kind that may result from use of or inability to use the site.

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