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A Broadway-style production of celebrity duets, benefiting Cedars-Sinai's
breast cancer research and education programs at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute

2014 Cast and Creative Team

Talent Lineup


  • Lori Alan
  • Mary Birdsong
  • Rosa Blasi
  • Brianna Brown
  • Alexis Carra
  • Nikki Crawford
  • Madelyn Deutch
  • Zoey Deutch
  • Loretta Devine
  • Nancy Dussault
  • Joely Fisher
  • Sara Gazarek
  • Lili Haydn
  • Telma Hopkins
  • Arden Kaywin Lodal
  • Vicki Lewis
  • Amanda McBroom
  • Mary Ann Mobley
  • Malina Moye
  • Sara Niemietz
  • Valarie Pettiford
  • Christina Pickles
  • Beverly Sanders
  • Nina Storey
  • Tierney Sutton
  • Lea Thompson
  • Lisa Ann Walter
  • Jennifer Leigh Warren
  • Maggie Wheeler
  • Kathleen Wilhoite
  • Carnie Wilson
  • Wendy Wilson
  • Jo Anne Worley

Brought to You By


  • Ruth Stalford
    Producer
  • Cameron Watson
    Show Director
  • Tom Griep
    Music Director

Thomas Griep, Piano/Music Director

Tom is always thrilled to be involved with What A Pair. This will be his 8th time as music director.

As a conductor and/or pianist, Tom has worked with some of the most talented singers in the business; including Carol Channing, Nathan Lane, Rita Moreno, Cher, Tommy Tune, David Hyde-Pierce, Bobby Vinton, Paul Anka, Olivia Newton-John, Matt Morrison and Franc D’ambrosio.

Tom has conducted/played for the Virginia Symphony orchestra, the Oklahoma Symphony and the Greensboro Symphony. He has been pianist for Lorna Luft (daughter of Judy Garland) with the Orlando Symphony. He recently finished doing the orchestrations for the opening of Chita Rivera’s show and orchestrated the entire Broadway show for Franc D’Ambrosio.

Tom has worked in Los Angeles’ best theatres as conductor or assistant, including: Wicked – Pantages Theatre, Mamma Mia – Shubert Theatre, Ten Commandments ­– Kodak Theatre, Will Rogers Follies – South Bay Civic Light, Big River – Mark Taper Forum, The Dead – Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Annie Get Your Gun – Orange County Performing Arts Center and Camelot – Hollywood Bowl.

For more information check out Tom’s very popular web site for singers called AuditionTrax.com.