Terri White is currently thrilling audiences in the acclaimed Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies. Her performance of Stella Deems has won unanimous raves. The New York Times’ Ben Brantley called White “first-rate” while Steven Suskin of Variety called her a “ferocious knockout.” The New York Post’s Elisabeth Vincentelli observed, “Terri White’s crooning of “Who’s That Woman” is like warm butterscotch trickling over ice cream.” The cast recording of “Follies,” featuring Terri White, was released November 29.

This is merely the latest success in a number of lauded roles for the unstoppable White. She is the veteran of numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, reaching back to the 1970s, when White created the role of Joice Heth in the original production of Barnum.

White has been in two productions of Ain’t Misbehavin’, 1978 and 1988, as well as Welcome to the Club, The Club, (for which she won an Obie Award), Stepping Out at Radio City with Liza Minnelli and the classic Joe Papp-directed 1971 production of Two Gentlemen of Verona. Most recently, White appeared in the 2009 revival of Finian’s Rainbow as Dottie, where she stopped the show nightly with the number “Necessity.” What audiences would learn during the run of this show is that White had fallen on hard times, and had been homeless months before being cast in Finian’s Rainbow.

Other shows include Bubbling Brown Sugar, Juba, The Jungle Book, Chicago, And The World Goes ‘Round, Little Shop of Horrors” (as Audrey 2).

White can be seen on VHS and DVD in Nunsense I & II with Rue McClanahan, Liza Live at Radio City Music Hall, Boys on the Side, and Law and Order, Criminal Intent. Recordings include, Forbidden Broadway 25th Anniversary, Barnum, Liza Live, Finian’s Rainbow, Incurably Romantic, and her own CD The Lady’s Got To Sing.


An emerging talent in American musical theatre, Joshua Breckenridge has already distinguished himself in a number of dramatic roles. Most recently, he was seen on Broadway in the celebrated The Scottsboro Boys, which garnered 12 Tony nominations, as well as the revival of The Ritz. He played Jon Fielding in Tales of the City (ACT in San Francisco). Regional roles include: Scottsboro (Guthrie), Hairspray (Seaweed, Marriott Lincolnshire), Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Ken, Cape Playhouse), HMS2 (Chad, NCT), Memphis (u/s Gator/Bobby, La Jolla Playhouse/5th Ave), Dreamgirls (C.C. White, NCT). Film: Finding Me: Truth.


(Ricky) is thrilled to be joining the company of Holding On. Recent credits include Countee Cullen in Langston in Harlem (Urban Stages); The Rev in Harmonious Pimps of Harmony (Ars Nova); Teddy in Stormy Weather (Pasadena Playhouse); Tom Collins in Rent (Syracuse Stage,Weston Playhouse); Schroeder in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Two River); among others. Jordan recently toured with The Shipment by Young Jean Lee in houses around The United States, Europe, and at the Sydney Opera House. Jordan is a graduate of a joint progam between Columbia University and The Juilliard School.


A new face and voice on the scene, Ariel Tyler Page has already gathered impressive credits. The New York native earned a BFA in Musical Theatre from Pace University and has been seen nationally and internationally in the touring companies of Hairspray (Velma Von Tussle) and The Water Coolers. Regional credits include: The Break Up Notebook (Mistress Tammi/Bad Perm) at ReVision Theatre, The Full Monty (Estelle), Annie at MWVTC. University: The Wild Party (Queenie), Into the Woods (Witch), Pippin (Leading Player), Company (Joanne), Violet (Music Hall Singer.) NYC readings and workshops include Disenchanted: Bitches of the Kingdom! (Jane Porter), College! The Musical (Lindsay) and Far Out! (Lucille) at the York Theatre Company.




Rita Harvey’s Broadway credits include Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera, and Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof.  Other credits include: Lady Edith in the original off-Broadway The Prince and the Pauper, Ethel Chichester in Peg O’ My Heart (Irish Rep), Elizabeth in Frankenstein the Musical, Laurey in Oklahoma!, Johanna in Sweeney Todd, and Julie Jordan in Carousel. Harvey recently released her first studio CD, “Wishing.”


Xander Chauncey recently starred in WBT’s Jekyll and Hyde, directed by Bob Cuccioli. New York shows include the original off-Broadway productions of The Magdalene (Peter, dir. Richard Maltby); Perfect European Man (Eugen Sandow, Cherry Lane); Scandalous Behavior! (Charles Surface); The Great White Way (Brick); Eleanor Rigby is Waiting; Fountain of Youth (Anton: Orig. Cast Recording). Regional and national tours include: The Full Monty (Keno; with Elaine Stritch); Altar Boyz (Matthew); West Side Story (Bernardo, Riff); Footloose (Ren, Chuck); CATS (Munkustrap); Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere); Joseph…Dreamcoat (Joseph); Urinetown (Bobby); Read Me A Story (Peter Pan). Xander has appeared on Spike TV, The Food Network and CW as well as numerous national commercials. He studied acting at the William Esper Studio and is a proud member of Equity.


Natalie Wachen can be seen currently on HBO’s critically acclaimed series Boardwalk Empire as Lenore White. Other TV credits include recurring roles on BET’s Hell Date and The CW’s 90210. Theatrical roles include Charlaine in Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Dir. Ken Page), Deena in Dreamgirls (SDTCC Award), Anita in West Side Story (Wil Thompson Award), Frances in the East Coast premiere of The Break Up Notebook and Julie in Show Boat.







 ©2012-2014 Holding On The Musical LLC | All Rights Reserved