Brynn Williams made her Broadway debut as a sewer kid in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," and by age 12 she became the youngest person in history to win Broadways historical Gypsy Robe. Her Broadway career flourished as she performed in the original Broadway casts of "In My Life," "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," "13 the Musical," and "Bye, Bye Birdie--the revival." In addition to a well-rounded Broadway career, Williams has performed on Star Search, at the Apollo theater, in numerous fundraising galas and benefits, and performed the National Anthem for multiple Pittsburgh Steelers games. She most recently appeared the world premier of the hit musical “Lazarus” directed by Ivo Van Hove, with music and lyrics by the late David Bowie.
Eamon Foley made his Broadway debut in the 2003 Sam Mendes production of Gypsy, and became the second youngest person in history to win Broadway’s historical Gypsy Robe for the musical 13, after Brynn Williams. His other Broadway credits include Assassins, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Everyday Rapture. Eamon graduated Princeton University with the Francis LeMoyne Paige Theater Award and the Santos Dumont Prize for Innovation, and is the founder and artistic director of Grind Arts Company, a cutting edge theater group that he created with 13 alum Graham Phillips.