BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S
PLAYED ITS FINAL PERFORMANCE ON SUNDAY, APRIL 21
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Cort Theatre. 138 West 48th Street, between 6th & 7th Aves.
From the novella by Truman Capote. Adapted by Richard Greenberg. Directed by Sean Mathias
Holly Golightly is the woman every man wants to be with and every woman wants to be. Now, the unforgettable heroine of TRUMAN CAPOTE's master novella, BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, comes to the Broadway stage in a world-premiere play starring EMILIA CLARKE (HBO's "Game of Thrones"), CORY MICHAEL SMITH ("The Cockfight Play") and GEORGE WENDT (Norm in "Cheers"), with a script adapted by Tony Award® winner RICHARD GREENBERG (Take Me Out, Three Days of Rain).
Tony Award nominee SEAN MATHIAS (The Elephant Man, Indiscretions) directs this stylish and innovative new production of the classic tale about living by your own rules... loving on your own terms... and wearing your heart on your designer sleeve.
Meet the Cast
Emilia Clarke (Holly Golightly)
was born in London but grew up in Buckinghamshire. After attending school in Oxford, Emilia studied drama at the prestigious Drama Centre School in London. Following her graduation from Drama Centre, her career began with a guest-leading role in the BBC series “Doctors” and a co-leading role in the U.S. television movie “Triassic Attack.” She then landed the leading role of Daenerys Targaryen in the hugely successful HBO series “Game of Thrones.” Emilia recently completed filming opposite Jude Law in the feature Dom Hemingway, and in spring 2013 will be seen starring in both the third season of “Game of Thrones” and the feature film Spike Island. Emilia is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Cory Michael Smith (Fred)
makes his Broadway debut with Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Also this season, he starred Off-Broadway in both the U.S. premiere of Cock (aka The Cockfight Play) by Mike Bartlett at the Duke and The Whale by Samuel D. Hunter at Playwrights Horizons (having also originated the role of Elder Thomas at the Denver Center Theatre Company). Prior to that, he was seen in the NY premiere of The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World (Playwrights Horizons/New York Theatre Workshop). Regional credits include the world premiere of A. Rey Pamatmat’s Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them (Humana Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville) and The Fantasticks (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Barrington Stage Company). He is a graduate of Otterbein University.
George Wendt (Joe Bell)
most recently appeared as Dean Halsey in Re-Animator: The Musical in Los Angeles, the New York Musical Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Broadway credits include Elf, Art and Hairspray. London credits include Art. Off-Broadway credits: An Empty Plate in the Café du Grande Boeuf (Primary Stages), Wild Men (West Side Theatre). National tour: Twelve Angry Men (Roundabout). Chicago credits include Rounding Third (Northlight), Second City, Wild Men, Bleacher Bums (Organic Theater Company). Oodles of film and television, most notably “Cheers” (six Emmy nominations).
Suzanne Bertish (Madame Spanella)
U.S.: Playwrights Horizons, Kin; MTC, Art of Success, Memory of Water, Skirmishes (Theatre World Award); Public, Richard III; Broadway, Wit, Nicholas Nickleby, Salome, Moliere Comedies (Tony nom.); Regional, Cleopatra, Mrs. Warren’ s Profession. London: Nicholas Nickleby (Olivier Award), Hamlet (Clarence Derwent Award), An Inspector Calls, Les Liaison Dangereuses, King Lear, The Cherry Orchard, The Oedipus Plays, Three Sisters. TV/film: “Rome,” “Ab Fab,” “Mr. Bean,” “To the Lighthouse,” “Poirot,” “Nicholas Nickleby,” Hearts of Fire, Hanover Street, The Hunger. Suzanne teaches and has done numerous recordings.
Danny Binstock (Reporter and others, Understudy)
Broadway debut. Regional credits: The Imaginary Invalid (Bard Summerscape), POP! (Yale Rep), The Shadow Sparrow (O’Neill Center), Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare Theatre), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Signature Theatre). BFA, University of Michigan; MFA, Yale School of Drama. Many thanks to Sean, lene, Kyetay, the family and all the teachers who have helped me along the way.
Pedro Carmo (José)
is from Lisbon, Portugal, where he has worked on stage, in film and television for more than 15 years. He recently moved to NYC, where he has studied with Susan Batson, Marcia Haufrecht and at the LSTI. NY stage credits: The Island of No Tomorrows by Lorca Peress, Butoh Electra by Jordan Rosin. TV: “Pan Am” and “One Life to Live.” Breakfast at Tiffany’ s marks his Broadway debut.
Elisabeth Gray (Cop and others, Understudy)
Broadway debut. As an actress, U.S. and UK regional theatre and Off-Broadway credits, BAFTA nominated for The Voorman Problem with Martin Freeman. As a playwright, winner of the Fringe First A ward for Innovative and Outstanding New Writing for Wish I Had a Sylvia Plath. Co-creator and star of the comedy web series “Understudies” www.understudiestheshow.com. On Monday nights, Gray performs her new gothic comedy Southern Discomfort at the Soho Playhouse www.sohoplayhouse.com. BA (Hons), Oxford University.
Murphy Guyer (Doc)
was last seen on Broadway in Glengarry Glen Ross with Al Pacino. Other Broadway shows include Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, South Pacific, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial and The Graduate. Films include Arthur, Feast of the Goat, Rounders and The Jackal. Televisions credits include “House of Cards,” “Blue Bloods,” “Mildred Pierce,” “Rubicon,” “The Sopranos” and, inevitably, “Law & Order.”
Eddie Korbich (Dr. Goldman and others, Understudy)
B’way: A Christmas Story, The Little Mermaid, Face the Music, The Drowsy Chaperone (Drama Desk nom.), After the Night and the Music, Wicked, Seussical, Carousel, Sweeney Todd, Singin’ in the Rain. Off-B’way: Takin’ a Chance on Love (Obie A ward); Assassins; Godspell; The Gifts of the Magi; Eating Raoul; Flora, the Red Menace; A Little Night Music. TV: “Mary and Rhoda,” “Law & Order,” “New Y ork Undercover,” “L&O: SVU,” “Wonderland.” Cartoon voices: “Doug” and “PB&J Otter.” Film: Quiz Show, Jennifer 8. And — the voice of TIVO.
Paolo Montalban (Rusty’s Servant and others, Understudy)
Broadway: Pacific Overtures, The King and I. Off-Broadway: Two Gentlemen of Verona (NYSF), The Romance of Magno Rubio. Regional: Allegiance, Honk!, Flower Drum Song, The Boys From Syracuse, The Long Season. TV/film: the Prince in “Cinderella” (ABC/Disney), Kung Lao in “Mortal Kombat: Conquest” (TNT), “One Life to Live,” “Law & Order: SVU,” The Adjustment Bureau, Just Wright, The Great Raid. Thank you Otter Olivia, DGRW, Fabrizio and my family, especially my nieces, Bella and Gabby.
Kate Cullen Roberts (Mag Wildwood)
Broadway: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (dir. Alex Timbers). Off- Broadway: Bloody Bloody... (the Public), Colt Coeur’s Seven Minutes in Heaven (Ars Nova), FIT (59E59), The Confidence Man (Woodshed), Vertebrae (NYTW). Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival (originated her role in Bloody), La Jolla Playhouse, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, among others. TV/film: “Boardwalk Empire,” “Law &Order: CI,” The Rebound. Founding member of Colt Coeur and proud graduate of Wake Forest University and the University of Texas MFA program.
John Rothman (Editor, Sid Arbuck)
Broadway: Relatively Speaking, Prelude to a Kiss, Some Americans Abroad, Social Security. Off-Broadway: Rodney’ s Wife, Goodnight Children Everywhere, The Argument, The Mysteries, Death Defying Acts, The Impossible H.L. Mencken (which he wrote and starred in). His more than 80 movies include The Devil Wears Prada, Prime, Easy, United 93, Ghostbusters, Sophie’ s Choice, Stardust Memories, Zelig, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. On TV: “Game Change,” “Law & Order,” “Blue Bloods,” “White Collar,” “Private Practice,” “Damages.”
Tony Torn (Rusty Trawler)
Broadway debut. Recent theatre: Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare on the Sound); The Forest, The Tempest, Fragment (Classic Stage Company); Six Degrees of Separation (Old Globe); Yellowface (Public Theater). Tony just returned from working with Toxic Dreams in Vienna, Austria, playing JFK, Oswald, Ruby and Zapruder (among other roles) in their show The Big Event, and performing the title role in The Church of Warren Buffet. Recent television: “The Good Wife,” “30 Rock.”
Lee Wilkof (OJ Berman)
This is Lee Wilkof’s 40th year as a professional actor. Breakfast at Tiffany’ s marks his eighth appearance on Broadway. He has received numerous honors for his work as an actor, including a Tony Award nomination, three Drama Desk Award nominations, a SAG award and an Obie Award. He has an extensive list of work in film, television and the theatre. Later this year he will direct the feature film Lounge Act.
James Yaegashi (I.Y. Yunioshi)
Broadway: A Naked Girl on the Appian Way (original cast), Take Me Out (original cast). Off-Broadway: Durango, Richard III, Take Me Out (the Public); I_NY (Ma-Yi); A Few Stout Individuals (Signature); Macbeth (TFANA). Regional: Long Wharf, South Coast Rep, Alabama Shakespeare, Kennedy Center, etc. International: Edinburgh Int’l Festival, Singapore Arts Festival, Donmar Warehouse, Taganka Theatre. Film/TV: www.imdb.com. James is also director of the feature, Lefty Loosey Righty Tighty, and was conceiver of the international benefit SHINSAI: Theaters for Japan.
Truman Capote (Original Novella)
One of the most iconic and successful writers of the 20th century, was born in New Orleans, LA, on September 30, 1924. Eventually he moved to New York City to live with his mother and her second husband. The publication of his early stories in Harper’s Bazaar established his literary reputation when he was in his twenties. His novel Other Voices, Other Rooms (1948) and his novella, The Grass Harp (1951), consolidated his precocious fame. His collected stories were published in Tree of Night (1949) and his famous novella Breakfast at Tiffany’ s was published in 1958. Capote also adapted The Grass Harp into a play and wrote the book and lyrics for the famed musical House of Flowers in 1954. His forays into journalism are well documented and highly acclaimed and included Local Color (1950) and The Muses Are Heard (1956). His most famous and successful book is In Cold Blood, published in1966. In his later years he published two collections of fiction and essays, The Dogs Bark (1973) and Music for Chameleons (1980). He died on August 25, 1984.
Richard Greenberg (Playwright)
is the author of Take Me Out (Tony Award for Best Play, Drama Desk Award, NY Drama Critics Circle Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Lucille Lortel Award), The House in Town, The Violet Hour, The Dazzle (Outer Critics Circle Award, John Gassner Award), Everett Beekin, Three Days of Rain (L.A. Drama Critics A ward, Pulitzer finalist), Hurrah at Last, Night and Her Stars, The American Plan, Life Under Water, and The Author’s Voice, among many other plays.
Sean Mathias (Director)
Mathias’s productions have received global acclaim from Northern Ireland to New Zealand. They have visited many international cities including Cape Town, London, Los Angeles, New York, Paris and Sydney, and have played on various stages including the Royal National Theatre, the Music Centre Los Angeles, the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, the Sydney Opera House, the Market Theatre Johannesburg, the Oliver Tambo Hall in the township of Khayelitsha, South Africa, as well as the London Fringe, the West End and Broadway. He has directed classic plays by Anouilh, Beckett, Chekhov, Cocteau, Coward, De Filippo, Ibsen, Shakespeare, Sophocles, Strindberg and Williams as well as works by contemporary writers Samuel Adamson, Pam Gems, Richard Greenberg, Ronald Harwood, Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Edna O’Brien, Bernard Pomerance, Martin Sherman and Stephen Sondheim. He has won an Edinburgh Fringe First Award, a Prix de la Jeunesse at the Cannes Film Festival, a Critics Circle Award and an Evening Standard Award in the UK, as well as nominations for Olivier and Tony Awards. He was artistic director of the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London’s West End for 2009- 2010. He directed the movie Bent.
Derek McLane (Scenic Designer)
Credits include The Heiress; The Best Man; Nice Work If You Can Get It; Follies, Anything Goes; How to Succeed...; Bengal Tiger...; Ragtime; Million Dollar Quartet; 33 Variations; The Pajama Game; The Threepenny Opera; I Am My Own Wife; The Women; Present Laughter; Holiday; Ruined; Lie of the Mind; Becky Shaw; Rafta, Rafta; 10 Million Miles; Hurlyburly; Abigail’s Party; and the recent “85th Annual Academy Awards.” Awards: 1997 and 2004 Obie A wards, several Lucille Lortel A wards, 2011 Drama Desk A ward, 2009 Tony Award.
Colleen Atwood (Costume Designer)
began her career in New York City in 1980 as production assistant to Patrizia von Brandenstein on Ragtime. She has designed films for some of the great directors or our time, including but not limited to Jonathan Demme, Tim Burton, Michael Mann and Rob Marshall. She has been nominated for ten Academy A wards and won for Chicago, Memoirs of a Geisha and Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, and has received an Emmy Award and three BAFTA Awards. Breakfast at Tiffany’ s is her first Broadway production.
Peter Kaczorowski (Lighting Designer)
Broadway: more than 45 plays and musicals including The Assembled Parties, Nice Work..., Wit, The Road to Mecca, Venus in Fur, Anything Goes, A View From the Bridge, Waiting for Godot, Grey Gardens, The Producers, Contact, Steel Pier. Extensive Off-Broadway, resident and U.S. regional credits. Opera: Met, NYCO, San Francisco, Houston Grand, Santa Fe, St. Louis, Seattle. Abroad: Royal Opera, Scottish Opera, Opera/North, Maggio Florence, L’Arena di Verona, La Fenice, Bonn, Lisbon. Awards: Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Drama-Logue, Hewes.
Wendall K. Harrington (Projection Designer)
Drama Desk Award for The Who’s Tommy. Broadway: Driving Miss Daisy, Grey Gardens, Ragtime, The Capeman, Having Our Say, My One and Only, The Will Rogers Follies, They’ re Playing Our Song. Off-Broadway: Angels in America, Merrily We Roll Along, Hapgood. Opera: Rusalka, Nixon in China, The Grapes of Wrath, A View From the Bridge. Ballet: The Firebird, Anna Karenina, Othello, Don Quixote, Ballet Mécanique. Concert: The Talking Heads, Pete Townshend, Simon and Garfunkel, Chris Rock. Faculty: Yale School of Drama.
Rob Milburn & Michael Bodeen (Original Music and Sound Design)
Broadway credits include music composition or sound for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Miracle Worker, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Superior Donuts, Reasons to Be Pretty, A Year With Frog and Toad, Ma Rainey’ s Black Bottom, Hollywood Arms, King Hedley II, Buried Child, The Song of Jacob Zulu and The Grapes of Wrath. They have also created music and sound Off-Broadway and at many of America’s resident theatres.
David Brian Brown (Wig/Hair Design)
Broadway: Death of a Salesman, Follies, Sister Act, Arcadia, A Steady Rain, Shrek, The Country Girl, The Little Mermaid, Legally Blonde, Spamalot, Butley, Tarzan, Chita Rivera: The Dancer’ s Life, The Odd Couple, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Fiddler on the Roof, Nine, Gypsy, Flower Drum Song, Sweet Smell of Success, The Invention of Love, Aida, The Iceman Cometh, Annie Get Your Gun, Chicago, Side Show, Steel Pier. Film credits: It’s Complicated, “Angels in America” (Emmy nominated), To Wong Foo....
J. Roy Helland (Make-Up Design)
Credits include 30 Broadway and 50 Off- Broadway shows and 59 films. Winner of an Emmy for “Angels in America” and an Oscar and a BAFTA for The Iron Lady.
Kate Wilson (Dialect Coach)
Broadway: A Trip to Bountiful, Picnic, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Heiress, Cyrano de Bergerac, End of the Rainbow, War Horse, The Best Man, Stick Fly, The Mountaintop, Driving Miss Daisy, The Merchant of Venice, Red, The Seafarer, Curtains, Nine, others. Film/TV: Inside Llewyn Davis, “Rubicon,” Salt, Notorious, The Rebound, Pride and Glory, Fur. Faculty: Juilliard.
Kate Dunn (Choreographer)
Dance: Royal Ballet Company, Sydney Dance Company, Chunky Move, Bangarra Dance Theatre. Musicals: Contact, On Your Toes, Chicago Broadway. Films: The Phantom of the Opera, Beyond the Sea. Associate choreographer: Dirty Dancing, Billy Elliot, Matilda. Choreographer: Rio (NYMF), M•A•C cosmetics worldwide campaign, Bruce Beresford’s Paradise Road, Breakfast at Tiffany’s Broadway.
Ilene Starger (Casting Director)
B’way: Marlene, The Elephant Man, Dance of Death, Breakfast at Tiffany’s (West End) (all dir. by Sean Mathias); The Diary of Anne Frank; Dirty Blonde; Closer (Artios). Films: School of Rock (Artios), Sleepy Hollow, A Simple Plan, The Parent Trap, First Wives Club, Marvin’s Room, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, No Way Out, Pink Panther 1 and 2, Music & Lyrics, Two Weeks Notice, Night at the Museum (Artios). TV: “Witness to the Mob,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Earthly Possessions,” “Amy & Isabelle.” Former VP casting, Disney/ Touchstone. AMPAS member.
Zoe E. Rotter (Casting Director)
Theatre: Breakfast at Tiffany’s (West End production, together with Ilene Starger), Einstein on the Beach (world tour), Wild Swans (ART/Young Vic), Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England (TRTC) and the Selected Shorts series at Symphony Space fall 2010-present. Film: Bear City, the short films Landlocked, This Is Poetry and Socks and Bonds.
Scott Faris (Associate Director)
has directed more than 20 productions of Chicago the Musical around the world; William Shatner’s one-man show, Shatner’s World; Bette Midler’s The Showgirl Must Go On at Caesars Palace; In Perfect Harmony at the 92Y; Walking With Dinosaurs, the arena spectacular; Sammy at the Old Globe; Rio at NYMF 2012; and has been a directing consultant for Cirque Du Soleil.
J. Philip Bassett (Stage Manager)
Broadway credits include Magic/Bird, The Miracle Worker, In the Heights, Grey Gardens, Lestat, Bombay Dreams, Hairspray, Footloose, The Scarlet Pimpernel. Off-Broadway credits include If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet and In the Heights. Regional credits include Little Miss Sunshine and Fat Camp.
Bespoke Theatricals (General Management)
Maggie Brohn, Amy Jacobs, Devin Keudell and Nina Lannan are partners and manage Broadway musicals and plays, tours and concerts. This season on Broadway: Mamma Mia!, Motown: The Musical and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Past productions include Evita, Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, Venus in Fur, Clybourne Park, Cats, Annie Get Your Gun, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Color Purple, Legally Blonde and The Pillowman.
Neil A. Mazzella/Hudson Theatrical Associates (Technical Supervisor)
More than 65 Broadway productions. Recent: Cinderella, The Anarchist, Glengarry Glen Ross, Who’ s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Grace, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Newsies, Porgy and Bess. HTA is part of Neil’s HUDSON family, which includes Hudson Scenic Studio and Hudson Sound & Light. HTA also includes Sam Ellis, Caitlin McInerney and Irene Wang.
Kathy Fabian (Props Supervisor)
Fabian’ s recent Broadway credits include Chaplin, Nice Work If You Can Get It, A Streetcar Named Desire, On a Clear Day..., Stick Fly, The Normal Heart, The House of Blue Leaves, Anything Goes, Fences, A Behanding in Spokane, Fela!, Bye Bye Birdie, A Steady Rain, Pal Joey, South Pacific, Sunday in the Park... and Spring Awakening.
Dawn Animal Agency (Animal Trainers)
has been providing animals to the media since 1960. Stage credits include The Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular for more than 30 years, The Wiz, Nine, Li’l Abner, Annie, The Music Man, Carnival, Porgy and Bess. Extensive film and television credits. Our cats are rescues and reside with our trainers at our sister facility, the Sanctuary for Animals in Westtown, New York. Their work in the industry helps to provide food and care to our other rescued animals.
Colin Ingram (Lead Producer)
developed and was lead producer on Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Ghost the Musical (three Tony nominations, five Olivier nominations). In 2013, Ghost will open a UK tour; a U.S. tour; Korean, Hungarian and Italian productions with China, Sweden, Germany, Brazil and Japan planned thereafter. Lead producer on the London productions of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Gone With the Wind, Movin’ Out. He worked for Cameron Mackintosh as a GM for six years on Les Miserables, Phantom, Oklahoma!, The Witches of Eastwick. Managing director of Disney Theatrical UK (The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast). Kevin Spacey’s executive producer at the Old Vic for his inaugural and second season (Cloaca, National Anthems, The Philadelphia Story, Richard II). Executive producer on Billy Elliot (London) and consultant for Broadway and Australian productions. Lots of love to wife Nadine for having the idea for Breakfast at Tiffany’s on stage in the first place. www.coliningramltd.com
Donovan Mannato (Producer)
a former entertainment lawyer, is also a successful financial advisor. His recent Broadway and West End productions of Ghost the Musical received three Tony nominations and five Olivier nominations. Donovan also produced the film Prey for Rock & Roll, which premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival, and acted in the Oscar-winning film Philadelphia. His mission in life is to enhance the lives of those around him, thereby enhancing his own. He thanks his wife Debby, son Donovan, mom Isabel, sister Renee, family, clients and friends for always inspiring him and believing in him. I love you all!
Geoffrey Thomas (Producer)
is an Australian-born international financier with diversified interests in Australia, Indonesia, Thailand and the United States. In addition, he has held a number of government, diplomatic and non-profit positions throughout his career. His past business ventures have included numerous owner and executive chairman positions spanning the finance, hospitality and real estate industries. In loving memory to the greatest man I’ve even known, Dr. Graham Richard Thomas, and to the love of his life and mine, his wife Shirley.
Dominic Ianno (Producer)
One of Variety’s “Top 40 Dealmakers of 2011,” Ianno is CEO/founder of Indomitable Entertainment, a film financing, branded entertainment and media strategy/consulting firm. Credits: Soul Surfer (Helen Hunt, Anna Sophia Robb), The Whistleblower (Rachel Weisz, Monica Belluci), 2013’ s Endangered (James Marsden, Billy Bob Thornton), Two-A-Days; legacy films include Tenure, Spin, The Secret Lives of Dorks, I Hate Valentine’s Day. Ianno sits on the board of digital companies Ology and Virurl and is the CEO of the charity True Spark. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Carnegie Mellon and is a member of the PGA.
Stephane Bibeau (Producer)
Mr. Bibeau was born in Montreal, he is currently a real estate developer. Being an entrepreneur for the past 25 years he always had an affinity for the entertainment and media businesses. His passion for the arts became more enhanced since he moved to New York City. He has worked with some of the best talent in the film and music industry.
Robert L. Hutt (Associate Producer)
CEO of Green Energy Solutions, Twenty-First Century Group and president of Fantasy Lane Stable. Born in NYC, a long-time avid theatregoer, Breakfast at Tiffany’s is his first venture into Broadway. Bob’s no stranger to the Big Stage, as he’s successfully negotiated multimillion dollar deals. His horse, Uptowncharlybrown, raced in the Belmont Stakes. Bob gratefully acknowledges Donovan Mannato for this wonderful opportunity.
May Chu (Associate Producer)
is the founder of Art for China Foundation and CEO of Global Arch Design & Build since 2005. She believes that in order to become wise, one must read 10,000 books and walk 10,000 miles. She did. She speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, English and Hebrew. In recent years, she has focused on building a community to promote early-age art education.
Michael Fong/John Schmidt (Associate Producers)
are thrilled to be part of Breakfast at Tiffany's as first time producers. John thanks his loving wife Angela and their two sons John and Michael. Mike sends his love and thanks to his wife Sophia and their wonderful daughters Jamie, Grace, Jessica and Katie.