Ariel Barber (Arya Stark)

Ariel grew up in southeastern Massachusetts. Encouraged from a young age to be creative she developed a passion for perforCmance, both acting and singing. She moved to Los Angeles at 18 to study theater and film at USC. Since graduation ArCiel has lived and worked in LA in film, TV, stage and music. She performed for several years with Colonials: Shakespeare Co. in the roles of Viola, Ophelia, Cordelia and Juliet. Last year she originated the role of Esmerelda in John Sinner’s avant garde production “An Invasion of Decency”. Her most recent TV credits are LMN’s “My Crazy Ex”, and the feature film “Stay”, which premiers this fall at NiFF Houston. Ariel is also a founding member of the production group East Coast Orphans where she acts and writes. Ariel could not be happier to be joining this fantastic team and production. 

Peter Berube (Jaime Lannister)
Peter began his acting career doing improv at age sixteen and went on to train with Gotham City and Second City Improv. He received his BFA in Acting from Central Connecticut State University.  In 2016, Peter was awarded male performer of the year at the 2016 Next Star Productions national showcase. As a voice over actor Peter has originated voices for the animated pilot The Olympians, and has narrated several audiobooks available on Audible and Itunes. Some of Peter’s favorite roles include Alceste in The Misanthrope, Jarrett in Little Secrets, Judge Hauthorne in The Crucible, and The Wolf in Into the Woods. In addition to acting Peter is also an established writer, director, fight choreographer, and photographer working in Los Angeles and New York. You can learn more at www.PeterBerube.com.

Jeff Bratz (Robb Stark)
Jeff is a theatre veteran transplanted in LA. His recent credits include Cabaret (Emcee), The 39 Steps, and Hounds of the Baskervilles (Watson). He has appeared as a Top-15 contestant on NBC’s America’s Got Talent and as the commercial spokesman for that bohemian SUV/tent: the Pontiac Aztec.  He currently performs with rock band RaDIUM and 80s rock band 8IGHTY 6IXX.

Mandie Hittleman (Daenerys Targaryen)
Mandie is thrilled to be reprising her role as Daeny and give birth to triplet, baller dragons once again! Favorite Stage Credits include: High School Musical (Gabriella), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Footloose (Rusty), and As You Like It (Rosalind). Most recently she can be seen on General Hospital. Mandie is also the lead singer of the LA rock band Slow Motion Celebrity. Much love to the talented cast and crew, Panda, and Nasty Women everywhere. Learn more at www.mandiehittleman.com @mandieinyoface

Delilah Kujala (Catelyn Stark)
Delilah is thrilled to be stepping in to the role of Catelyn Stark after playing Cersei in the west coast runs of the show. Favorite Stage Credits: The Last 5 Years (LARTC); Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well (Cost Mesa Playhouse); The Sparrow (U/S Ensemble/Couerage Theater) Recent Film: "My Crazy Sex (LMN); "Abigail (TBN) She's the lead singer of Altruist Now, a graduate of the BFA Acting program at CSUF and an alumni of PCPA. Big thanks to friends, family and my GOT family. NMRK! www.delilahkujala.com @dkujala

Zachary Evan Kanner (Jon Snow)
Zachary is thrilled to warg into Jon Snow once more. Favorite theatre: The Lion in Winter, The Cherry Orchard (Pacific Resident Theater), Andronicus (Coeurage Theatre Co), Pirates of Penzance (Shakespeare OC). Recent film: lead role in the psych thriller Stay, currently making the festival rounds. Studied at Steppenwolf West, Drew University and mask work in Braavos. GoT: The Rock Musical has set his heart more aflame than Stannis's sigil. Stick 'em with the pointy end.

Randy Wade Kelley (Bran/Joffery/Viserys)
L.A.: Jekyll & Hyde, LOST: The Musical, Snow Queen, The Car Plays, Gondoliers, Working. ATX: The Laramie Project, Love Me, Lifelines. Game of Thrones: The Rock Musical is Randy's off-Broadway debut and he is thrilled to be a part of this amazing production. He has also appeared on TV a couple of times, he's done a few web series, and he had one line in the movie RED. He is grateful for all the love and support of his family, friends, and team, and owes a debt to PBAE for letting him play in this wonderful, beautiful, silly show for the last year. It has been an honor, and he bends the knee to you. @randsomnotes

Allison Lobel (Sansa Stark)
Allison is a huge GoT fan and is thrilled to be reprising the role of Sansa Stark. Some of her favorite roles include Sally (YAGMCB), Rapunzel (Into the Woods), and Charity (Sweet Charity). Allison has a BA in Music from Muhlenberg college where she originated the role of Roberta in Charles Strouse's An American Tragedy. Thanks to family, friends, cast, crew, and Sophie Turner-you goddess! www.AllisonLobel.com @AllisonLobel

Ace Marrero  (Khal Drogo)                         
Ace, a New Jersey native, holds a BFA in Theatre from Stephens College for Women.  Playing Khal Drogo in both the LA, and San Diego run, Ace is thrilled to be in NYC representing the original GOT The Musical cast.  Recent credits include Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular as Aladdin, Ride Along 2, Sleepy Hollow on FOX, Murder In The First on TNT, Scorpion on CBS. Sending love to my family for their constant support, my pup Wolfy for his endless face licks, and most importantly to Erin-- I love you and I'm so glad we get to have fun with this show together!  AceMarrero.tv & @NotoriACE

Milo Shearer (Ned Stark)
Originally from Northern California, Milo brings his love of theatre wherever he goes. Stage credits include “Billy” in Carousel, “Peachum” in Three Penny Opera, and "Berger" in Hair (Los Angeles, Rivendale, San Francisco). Milo can also be seen on screen in Zombie Beer Run and the 2016 short Psychic Triage. Milo is proud to bring Ned Stark back to life every Saturday and Sunday evening and hopes you all having a rocking great time at the show.

Brad Simanski (Tyrion Lannister)
Brad is thrilled to be re-joining this awesome group of people for Shame of Thrones: The Rock Musical having origintaed the role of Tyrionin Los Angeles. Some favorite roles include: Boq in Wicked, Mark/Tony in Alien vs. Musical, Riff Raff in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Billy in 42nd Street. When not on stage or behind the camera, Brad can be found teaching or leading teacher trainings for CorePower Yoga. Thanks for supporting live theatre!   

Erin Stegeman (Cersei Lannister)
Erin is stoked to be back in her former home, where she did exactly one play in Queens and an independent film that might have been a niche porn. Today, she lives in LA with Khal Drogo and Ghost working as a genre/ comedy filmmaker & actor, including the cult hit feature Once Upon a Time: The Rock Opera (creator/music writer/"Emma") and the award-winning Hulu anthology, Fun Size Horror (writer/director). She has a comedy feature currently in development with Panther Films, and will be show-running a fantasy musical TV series she created for a streaming network. Erin has acted in over 50 films and commercials and hosts the Parsec Award-nominated podcast Once Upon A Wine (Crude Humor Studios). To my husband, family, & the incredible GOT Musical team: thank you for allowing this Queen(ie) to get a lil mad. Love you. Follow @erinstegeman or her dog, Wolfy (on the poster, way more famous), at #WolfyOfWallStreet. 


Billy Finn (Swing)
From LA, to San Diego Comic Con, and now to the Big Apple, Billy is beyond excited to be a part of this musical! Billy studied acting at Emerson College, and during the day you can find him teaching magic in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood. He absolutely loves Game of Thrones, staying up late reading, and long walks off short piers. He sends his love to his friends and family who've supported him through all this, but especially his kitten, Pip.

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Steven Christopher Parker (Writer/Producer)
A veteran actor/producer hailing from Colorado, Steven has credits in a slew of hit movies including Juno, Rebound, Blades of Glory, and Little Miss Sunshine. Steven has also had substantial roles on primetime television shows such as ER, Rizzoli and Isles, Fish Hooks, 90210, and most recently PBS’s Mercy Street along with countless national commercials. Steven co-wrote and produced the highly successful live theatre show Lost: The Musical, which ran in Hollywood in 2014 to rave audience reactions. Find Steven on twitter @IsThatJonHeder

Steven Brandon (Writer/Producer)
Hailing from Australia, Steven was a successful theatre producer in Sydney, Australia, producing and directing productions of I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, and Urinetown: The Musical. With his company Canned Laughter, Steven also produced productions of Rent, Lend Me A Tenor, Closer, and Noises Off. Steven moved to Los Angeles to pursue sitcom writing. He and his writing partner sold a single-camera comedy pilot titled Single Girl Theory to ABC Family and were staffed on the CBS sitcom Friend Me. Steven co-wrote and directed Lost: The Musical.  Find Steven on twitter @stevenb29

Erin ‘Queenie’ Stegeman (Music Writer, Producer & Director)

Once upon a time, Erin tried to sneak into ABC's Once Upon A Time premiere party. After multiple failed attempts, she was handed a postcard for Lost: The Musical while sobbing on the way back to her car. Erin hit up Steven seeking advice for her own musical parody she was developing: Once Upon A Time: The Rock Opera, which she wrote/song-wrote/ directed/ starred in, and has just completed a sold out North American tour, including two consecutive shows at Comic-Con. A year to the date later, the cast & crew of Once Upon A Time were sneaking into her film's premiere. Hearing "yes you can" from a total stranger (whom she now calls friend), is a debt this Lannister won't ever be able to pay back. @erinstegeman

Ace Marrero  (Music Producer & Director)       
A Jersey Boy through and through, Ace holds a BFA from Stephens College for Women (yeah, you read that right).  He's performed in various theatres across the country, and is so grateful to be a part of the GOT Musical team!  Thanks Stevens'!  Recent credits include Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular as Aladdin, Ride Along 2, Sleepy Hollow on FOX, Murder In The First on TNT, Scorpion on CBS. @NotoriACE

Rachael Stein (Director)

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Mandie Hittleman (Choreogrpaher)
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Martin Blasick (Music Arrangements & Production)
A musician/composer, Martin co-wrote Ladies Of Tampa with Matthew McConaughey in Magic Mike. Lindsey Lohan performed Martin's "Don't Move On" on camera in Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen. Blasick's songs have appeared in feature films including Kinsey, Kung Pow: Enter The Fist, Hi Lo Country, Santa's Slay, The Associate and more.   As a producer he earned a gold record for Miracles Happen from the Princess Diaries 2 soundtrack. His work can be heard in Body Of Proof, Hung, The Matador, Ugly Betty, Oceans 12 & 13, Nurse Betty and more.  This prolific writer/producer for film & TV has released a number solo albums and is a member of Snowflakes. Martin is a Samick endorsed by Samick Guitars.  

Peter Frintrup (Music Writer)
A graduate of NYU’s Film School, Peter has worked in creative executive roles at Focus Features and mOcean Agency. He currently owns and operates the production company, Flickering Duck Productions in Culver City. Peter has directed, written, edited, and composed music for many advertisements, trailers, TV spots, as well as short and feature films. His clients include: The History Channel International, Dolby Laboratories, Stanford Healthcare, and Once Upon a Time: The Rock Opera.

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It is not sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with Game of Thrones.