Patricia McGregor (Director) Born in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, McGregor is a director and writer working in theatre, television, film, and music. McGregor has twice been profiled by The New York Times for her direction of world premieres. She was inaugural Artist in Residence for Adam Driver's Arts in the Armed Forces and is an Old Globe Resident Artist. Her productions include Lights Out: Nat “King” Cole (co-writer and director; Geffen Playhouse, People’s Light), Sisters in Law (Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts), Shakespeare: Call and Response, Krapp’s Last Tape, What You Are, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Measure for Measure (The Old Globe), Skeleton Crew (Geffen Playhouse), Good Grief (Center Theatre Group), Hamlet (The Public Theater), Place (Brooklyn Academy of Music),The Parchman Hour (Guthrie Theater), Ugly Lies the Bone (Roundabout Theatre Company), brownsville song (b-side for tray) (Lincoln Center Theater), Indomitable: James Brown (Apollo Theater), Holding It Down (The Metropolitan Museum of Art), A Raisin in the Sun, The Winter’s Tale, and Spunk (California Shakespeare Theater), Adoration of the Old Woman (INTAR Theatre), Blood Dazzler (Harlem Stage), Four Electric Ghosts (The Kitchen), and the world premiere of Hurt Village (Signature Theatre Company).

McGregor served as director for HBO’s emerging writer’s showcase, and as tour consultant to Raphael Saadiq and J. Cole. She was Associate Director of Fela! on Broadway and for many years she has directed The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway. She co-founded Angela’s Pulse with her sister, choreographer, and organizer Paloma McGregor. McGregor attended Yale School of Drama, where she was a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow and Artistic Director of Yale Cabaret.

Paula Abdul (Choreographer) Worldwide sensation Paula Abdul is best known as a music superstar, with 60 million records sold and 6 number one hits, and more recently for her nine-season run as a judge on American Idol. She continued her on-screen success as executive-producer and star in the CBS competition series, Live To Dance, followed by another role as a judge on Fox’s The X-Factor. She soon after completed two seasons as a judge on So You Think You Can Dance and one season on So You Think You Can Dance Australia. After over 25 years, she made her triumphant return to touring with Live Nation’s 2018, The Total Package Tour, selling half-a-million tickets, Abdul hit 45 cities in the US alongside Boyz II Men and New Kids on the Block. The next year, in 2018, Abdul embarked on her first solo tour in decades, Straight Up Paula!, which brought her all over the US to sold out theaters. Known as one of America’s pop music pioneers, she has been recognized with two Emmy Awards, two GRAMMY Awards, three American Music Awards and is a multi-platinum recording artist. In August 2019, Abdul launched her Las Vegas residency, Paula Abdul: Forever Your Girl, at the Flamingo Showroom with Caesars Entertainment Group. This high-intensity dance and musical show had four legs over the past year and sold out each and every show. As an actress, Abdul has appeared on Fox’s Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life, ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat, Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva and more! Aside from being a gifted entertainer, she has become an active spokesperson and advocate for national charity organizations, some of which include the American Humane Association, Natural Balance Pet Food and Petco, and Turnaround Arts. Recognized for her charitable work, the Avon Foundation previously tapped Abdul to become their Avon Global Ambassador for their international #CheckYourself digital campaign in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Abdul has traveled the country, speaking publicly on her creative passions, drive, and professional experience. Some of the leading companies, organizations, and events in which she has spoken at include WE.Org, Pepsico’s Women CEOs, Cigna Health, Greater Miami Jewish Federation for Women, Empower 180, Genius Network, Hudson Union Society, and others. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

David Lawrence (Musical Supervisor) was born in New York City, raised in Los Angeles and is the son of iconic entertainers Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme. Emmy nominated for his work on Disney’s DESCENDANTS and two-time recipient of the ASCAP Award for Most Performed Film Score, David’s music and/or songs can be heard in FREAKY FRIDAY, the HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL trilogy, the AMERICAN PIE franchise, JERICHO (CBS), HARPER’S ISLAND (CBS), LIV AND MADDIE (DISNEY CHANNEL), THE CLEANER (A&E), COMMON LAW (USA), MUPPET CLASSIC THEATRE, THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS, COMPANY MAN, LIFE WITHOUT DICK, Earth, Wind and Fire’s MILLENNIUM, Diane Schuur’s PURE SCHUUR and the HBO documentary BECOMING MIKE NICHOLS. He has been commissioned to write three ballets for Melissa Barak’s BARAK BALLET including E/SPACE in collaboration with award winning interactive video artist Refik Anadol. For director Kenny Ortega he composed the music for the LAKE OF DREAMS ORB SHOW at the Wynn Hotel, he served as Musical Supervisor on LIFE WITH JUDY GARLAND: ME AND MY SHADOWS and orchestrated the Off Broadway musicals HELLO MUDDAH, HELLO FADDAH and TAPESTRY. Most recently he completed his first solo album, “NOSOTROS”, a tribute to his mother and her recordings with the Trio Los Panchos. A graduate of Mannes Conservatory of Music, David lives in California with his lyricist//producing partner/wife Faye Greenberg, their delightfully deranged mutt, Sheldon and occasionally daughter Mabel Lawrence - who thinks living in New York is more important than keeping Dad company.

Faye Greenberg (Musical Supervisor) along with composer/husband David Lawrence, contributed songs to Disney’s High School Musical 1 & 2, Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, Teen Beach Movie, The Happy Face Murders, The Cheetah Girls 2, MTV’s American Mall, Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure and Holidaze. She was the recipient of a Quadruple Platinum CD for her work on the original “HSM” soundtrack (“Stick To The Status Quo”) - the best selling CD of 2006. Faye received an LA Weekly Award for her work on An Elephant Never Forgets: An Evening of Trunk Songs (with composers Jerry Sternbach and John Kroner), a Denver Post Ovation Nomination for her work on The 1940’s Radio Christmas Carol (with librettist Walt Jones and composer David Wohl), and has written many family musicals (with librettist Michael Slade and composer David Evans) including The Great Brain, Swiss Family Robinson, Where’s Waldo, The Gift of Winter and a musical version of Judy Blume’s classic Superfudge. Her play, The Beast of Broadway (written with Robert L. Freedman) enjoyed a successful run in Naples, Florida and along with Mr. Freedman and Mr. Lawrence she adapted Disney’s Camp Rock for the stage. Her songs have been recorded and/or performed by Earth, Wind & Fire, Diane Schuur, Jenn Colella, Andrea Burns, Dove Cameron, Randy Graff, Stephanie Mills and Ernest Borgnine, to name but a few. Most recently she produced Mr. Lawrence’s debut album Nosotros: A Tribute to the Music of Eydie Gorme and the Trio Los Panchos. She lives (mostly) in California with husband David Lawrence, their delightfully deranged dog, Sheldon and is insanely proud of extraordinary daughter, Mabel - who is the best excuse to travel to New York.

Kausha Campbell (Associate Choreographer) is a professionally trained dancer, choreographer, content creator, and actor — Kausha is a jack of all trades. Born and raised in Lehi, UT, Kausha started dancing at the age of 3. After many years of training at Hot Shots Dance Studio, she then continued her training at Utah Valley University. She was announced Sterling Scholar in the dance department and was a member of UVU's Contemporary Dance Ensemble company. Kausha was then booked as the lead on a Disney tour where she was able to travel and perform — the best of both worlds! Over 3 different contracts, she portrayed different characters, such as Sofia the First and TInkerbell, and this is where she realized just how much she loved being an entertainer.

Currently residing in Los Angeles, Kausha has had success across multiple mediums including television, film, commercials, digital, live events, music videos and is quickly becoming one of the most recognized faces on Instagram & TikTok. Her high quality content often goes viral and is sure to put a smile on your face! She’s appeared in This Is Us, Goliath, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, The Real O'Neals, Disney's Andy Mack, Carpool Karaoke, Boss Cheer, Mr. Iglesias, and The Creative Arts Emmys. She has worked with choreographers Fred Tallaksen, Tony Gonzales, Bonnie Story, Tommy Tonge, Chris Judd, Bryan Anthony, Mandy Moore, and Paige Diaz. Kausha has recently been working alongside choreographer and idol, Paula Abdul, and is more than thrilled to be her Associate Choreographer for this film.

Tyler Million (Director of Photography) Tyler Milliron is a California born, New York based Cinematographer, Producer and Editor. Tyler owns and operates Milliron Studios, a media assets company designed to "Helping Creatives Create" by combating stratification in the arts, creating media opportunities both in front of and behind the scenes for artists and businesses at all levels. He combines years of music, fine art, and performance with his producorial sensibilities, which has led him to a unique position helping Theatre and theatrical conventions transition into cinema.

Feature DP / Editor credits include: Estella Scrooge, Pride and Prejudice: The Musical, Marry Harry, What Could Go Wrong

Feature Director/DP/Editor: Burning Man: The Musical, The Bench: A Homeless Love Story..., Cockroaches & Cologne

Series DP / Editor: What A Drag, we don't know, Let's Play.

Michael Jackowitz and Kevin Surace (Producer) WitzEnd Productions is a Tony and Telly award winning producer which develops unique, innovative, impactful theater, film and licensed works for people around the world. From Tokyo to California to London to Broadway. Recent work includes Once in This Island, Hawaiian Goddess, Tuck Everlasting, Daddy Long Legs, Estella Scrooge and more.

Jonathan Prince (Producer) is the head of PhilmCo Media which integrates purposeful messaging into profitable scripted movies, programs and documentaries that take audiences from empathy to action. With a double-bottom line mission that embraces the notion that entertainment can be both financially successful as well as make our world a better place in meaningful ways, PhilmCo partners with non-profits in a unique model of production, marketing and distribution.

Tom Polum and Stacia Fernandez (Executive Producers) created Streaming Musicals. It is made up of a group of Artists who want to make it easier for you to watch musicals and plays. We capture the magic of theatre on film and bring it directly to all of your devices. We focus on storytelling, character, and music and we do it because we love theatre and want to share it with the world...Since the formation of the company in 2016 Streaming Musicals has produced and co-produced musicals that have reached hundreds of thousands of eyes and in an unprecedented event, typically reserved for shows that have had a New York run, and received licensing deals from Music Theatre International. Previous productions include Emma, Pride and Prejudice, Burning Man: The Musical and the award winning Estella Scrooge.