Nolan Livesay has composed music and orchestrated for films including X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, The Maze Runner I & II, My All-American, Unknown, Jack the Giant Slayer, Non-Stop, and television shows Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (National Geographic), Crisis (NBC), and Dragons: Race to the Edge (Dreamworks/Netflix). As a violinist and violist, Nolan has played on Broadway for Les Miserables, Spring Awakening, and Fiddler on the Roof, as well Hollywood film scores and video game soundtracks in Los Angeles.
As a conductor, he has been the musical director for numerous musical theatre productions and film scoring sessions, and is the associate conductor of the Golden State Pops Orchestra. Nolan recently orchestrated for Hal Prince’s new musical Prince of Broadway, and has also orchestrated for Jason Robert Brown and Georgia Stitt, and has provided concert orchestrations for Ashley Brown, Ramin Karimloo, Sierra Boggess, and Lea Salonga. His orchestrations have been performed or recorded by the Hollywood Studio Symphony, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Golden State Pops, and orchestras in London, Prague, Russia, Tokyo, and Slovakia. Nolan and his identical twin brother have performed all over the world with their electric violin duo Jason & Nolan, with 5 albums on iTunes and Spotify.
Brett Burke has been dancing since she was 3 years old and has trained across the nation in all genres of dance with a focus in Tap. Brett has been a member of numerous tap dance companies in LA that have been included in TV and film productions and has participated in tap dance festivals around the globe.
In addition to that, she is also a dance instructor in the Inland Empire and has choreographed multiple award winning pieces for competitions and festivals. Brett has been a part of Legendary Productions since their debut in 2019 and has since choreographed multiple shows including the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and more!
Taylor A Joseph has been involved in theater for over 25 years. As a performer, he’s brought to life a wide variety of characters. But he has also invested thousands of hours behind the scenes as a builder, assistant director, and creative consultant.
Taylor received his BA degree in Theater from USC in 2004. He joined the team at Legendary Productions CLO in late 2021 and continues to be blessed by and grateful for his relationships with Nathan and Steve (each spanning decades now).
Legendary is a wonderful place to call HOME!
Zach Michel’s earliest memories come from the theater after being involved in the industry for over fifteen years. He loves to perform onstage, having starred in several leading roles, including Sky in “Mamma Mia,” Peter Pan in “Peter Pan,” and Laurie in “Little Women,” but also enjoys helping in other areas. Having been a lights and sound technical director for years, Zach always finds ways to enhance and elevate shows with creative ideas, special FX, and lighting design.
When not at the theater, Zach is an award-winning professional magician. From birthdays to corporate events to cruise ships, he loves the fun, laughter, and amazement that comes with entertaining crowds.
Additionally, Zach has designed many escape rooms, including Legendary Escapes.
Zach has worked for several theater companies, but Legendary Productions is where he truly feels at home.
Sean Correa has taken part in multiple shows at Legendary Productions as a cast member. He took part in Elf as a member of the ensemble, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat as Benjamin, The Play That Goes Wrong as a stagehand, and most recently Mamma Mia as Eddie. He was also a part of the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee as the light board coordinator.
He also is an avid musician, playing guitar and bass. Mostly, however, he sticks to singing, he frequents the worship team at trinity church in Redlands and sometimes joins the team at Foothill Bible Church in Calimesa. He is new to the creative team (as well as construction itself), taking part in the construction of Mamma Mia’s set! He can’t wait for more opportunities to work with Legendary in the future!
I started my theater “career” in 2014 when my granddaughter was old enough to audition. I knew it would be fun to work together with her. I started doing shows and Lifetales educational programs at Lifehouse Theater. I then came to Legendary for Hunchback and Sunday in the Park with George. I have to say that some of my greatest rewards recently have come from getting to work “behind the scenes” with the production teams. I am forever grateful to get to work with the amazing people at Legendary Productions as both cast and crew.
Rachel Ziino is the Box Office Administrator at Legendary Productions. She has lots of customer service experience that keeps the Box Office running smoothly. Specializing in data entry, Rachel uses that experience to help maintain our Ben Nye products as well as our array of costumes here at the theater. With a ceaseless dedication to customer service, Rachel will stop at nothing to make sure each patron has the best possible experience. Rachel doesn’t just work at the theater, she believes in and is dedicated to furthering Legendary’s motto: Change, Affect, Move.
When she is not at Legendary Productions, Rachel loves all things spooky and scary, refining her painting skills, and playing video games with her friends.