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Producer/Director: Frank Coppola


Frank has successfully directed and choreographed more than 50 stage productions in nationwide venues including the Paper Mill Playhouse, New Jersey’s State Theatre; Theatre Under The Stars, Houston; Fifth Avenue Theatre, Seattle; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek.


He honed his producing skills as co-producer and choreographer for the Signet Players at the legendary Hanna Theatre in Cleveland. In New York, Frank worked as an actor and, after a series of off-Broadway productions, won a place on Broadway in Jerome Robbins’ Fiddler on the Roof - followed by appearances
in the Broadway productions of the Pulitzer Prize-winning 
No Place to be Somebody and revivals of Guys and Dolls and
The Most 
Happy Fella.


In Los Angeles, and later San Francisco, Frank has made over
75 appearances in feature films, TV series, Movies of the Week
and national commercials. He staged Hollywood Salutes Sondheim for KCET – Public Television, directed several documentaries for cable television and five radio dramas for Voicetrax Radio Theatre. The illustrious roster of
stars Frank has acted with or directed includes Bette Midler,
Bea Arthur, Billy Crystal, William Conrad, Judy Kaye and Susan Sarandon.


Of Thee I Sing is hilarious and timely…Frank Coppola directs a quality show from top to bottom.” 
Contra Costa Times


“Pipe Dream is directed with panache by Frank Coppola” 
San Francisco Chronicle


Not Enough Rope …displays careful production under the
expert direction of Frank Coppola"
 Daily Variety

Producer/Choreographer: Lynn Brilhante

From a principal dancer/singer in Ann Marie Garvin’s hit show
Between the Lines in San Francisco and Los Angeles to a
mega industrial
for McDonald’s, Lynn’s experience is varied and
extensive. Lynn’s career has 
taken her to many parts of the globe
in theatres, cruise ships and performing 
in a variety of shows,
films and music videos.


Lynn’s choreography credits include Hula Hoop Sha-Boop, Three Guys Naked from the Waist Down and Flames of Man for producer Tom Kendall in Los Angeles and Unsinkable Molly Brown for Utah Musical Theatre. Industrials include Verisign, Linear Technology and General Motors. She established Focus Productions, a producing company that developed dance entertainment for industrials and concerts.


Lynn was nominated for the Theatre L.A. Ovation Award for choreography, received the Dance Masters of America Choreography Award and was honored as a finalist in the 2010 Choreography Festival Under the Stars. She has been Guest Choreographer/Artist
at Die Werkstatt, Dusseldorf, Germany, Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and San Francisco School of the Arts  (SOTA). Lynn is currently on the faculty at Alonzo King Lines Ballet Dance Center in San Francisco.


"So what's not to like about Hula Hoop Sha-Boop...Juggernaut choreography by Lynn Brilhante...
The music is bopping...engaging entertainment."

Los Angeles Times


“It’s smooth sailing for The Unsinkable Molly Brown.”
The Deseret News - Utah

Music Re-conceived by Laurence Rosenthal


Laurence Rosenthal is the brilliant award winning composer of theatre, film, television and concert music. He has received two Academy Award nominations for the original score of Becket and his film adaptation of Man of La Mancha. Other film credits include A Raisin in the Sun, The Miracle Worker, Requiem for a Heavyweight, Return of a Man Called Horse, Rooster Cogburn and Who'll Stop the Rain. He has received seven Emmy Awards for work ranging from Michelangelo: The Last Giant; Catherine The Great starring Catherine Zeta Jones; The Bourne Identity; The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles to Inherit the Wind starring Jack Lemon and George C. Scott.


Mr. Rosenthal's accomplishments and awards speak volumes about the quality and scope of his wonderful work. Mr. Rosenthal, the 2006 recipient of the ASCAP Lifetime Achievement Award, also has a personal relationship to Kaufman's work - Mr. Rosenthal composed
the score for Sherry, the musical 
version of Kaufman & Hart's hit
The Man Who Came to Dinner. The recently 
released CD of the
score featuring Carol Burnett, Nathan Lane, Bernadette 
and Mike Myers not only received great reviews but is quite a hit.


Mr. Rosenthal joined the 3 TIMES 3 team to re-conceive and arrange the HOLLYWOOD PINAFORE original score and transform it into
a lively 
Broadway musical. The result of his work is an over-the-top wacky musical romp through the always fascinating and intriguing world of Kaufman's Hollywood. Mr. Rosenthal continues to create music that delights all audiences and has just completed an opera

Invaluable Contributor: Anne Kaufman


Over lunch at New York City's Algonquin Hotel - the home of the

legendary Roundtable - while seated in front of a painting of Kaufman 
and his literary comrades, Ms. Kaufman gave us her blessing and
agreed to let us produce her father's play.


Since then we have secured the worldwide rights to the show (including subsidiary rights) with Ms. Kaufman. We continue to enjoy a delightfully 
rich relationship with the witty and stylish Anne Kaufman, an international theatrical treasure.

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