Shakespeare’s beloved fantasy of magic, monsters, spirits, romance and justice will be heard in a bold new way, with the enchanted soundscape of Prospero’s spells and the lush music of the mystical island itself accompanying some of the greatest language ever written. A transporting experience for you and your whole family.
Coming Soon The Tempest on-demand
Sonia Manzano is a first-generation mainland Puerto Rican, raised in the South Bronx. In the early 1970’s a scholarship took her to Carnegie Mellon University where she participated in the creation of the Broadway hit Godspell. From there she went on to create the role of “Maria” on Sesame Street, for which she received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmys Awards in 2016.
Manzano has also received 15 Emmys for staff writing Sesame Street, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Award, and the Hispanic Heritage Award for Education.
Also an award-winning children's book author, Sonia’s published works include: No Dogs Allowed, A Box Full of Kittens and Miracle on 133rd Street with Simon and Schuster and The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano and Becoming Maria: Love and Chaos in the South Bronx with Scholastic. A World Together, Manzano's first book for National Geographic was released September 2020.
Scholastic recently announced a new four-book deal with Sonia Manzano. The first novel Coming Up Cuban will publish in spring 2022.
Sonia created an animated series, “Alma's Way,” developed by Fred Rogers Productions. It will air on PBS in Oct 2021.
Manzano is looking forward to the opening of a bricks and mortar Bronx Children’s Museum.
Tyler Hardwick (Ferdinand) is thrilled to be returning to the stage with this classical piece, The Tempest!
Broadway: Once On This Island (Storyteller); Motown the Musical (Eddie Kendricks); Tours: Once On This Island (Daniel); Dreamgirls (C.C. White); Motown the Musical (Norman Whitfield); New York: Bliss (Toby); Popstar (Robby); Regional: Marie, Dancing Still (Gilbert); TV/Film: “Pose” on FX; NBC’s “The Blacklist”; Follow me!
Christine Bruno (AEA / SAG-AFTRA) is an award-winning actor, director, teaching artist, and disability inclusion consultant for the entertainment industry. She received her MFA in Acting and Directing from the New School and is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio; a company member of Theatre Breaking Through Barriers, New Jersey Rep, and Emerging Artists Theatre; sits on the Advisory Boards of National Disability Theatre and Queens Theatre’s TFA program and is a member of the Leadership Council of New York Shakespeare Exchange. Christine is a teaching artist for Queens Theatre’s TFA program, Epic Players, and NYC Kids Project.
She has appeared in productions across the U.S. and internationally. In 2019, Christine starred in the world premiere of Bekah Brunstetter's Public Servant Off-Broadway. Her TV and film credits include CBS's God Friended Me, NBC's Law & Order, ABLE: A Series and the upcoming
independent features, Best Summer Ever and Hungry. Christine is a Princess Grace Award nominee and a recipient of an Artist Relief Grant from the Center for Cultural Power.
Christine sits on the NY Local Board of SAG-AFTRA, is Chair of the NY SAG-AFTRA Performers with Disabilities (PWD) Committee, serves on the SAG-AFTRA National PWD and Actors’ Equity EEOC Committees, and is a founding member of the Disability Cohort of Time’s Up’s 5050by2020.
She is thrilled to be working with Resounding Live – and in person – with this incredible team of artists!
David Carl is very excited to join Resounding Live for a second time as Stephano/Alonso in The Tempest, after playing the Mouse King/Astronomer/Major General inThe Fantastical Tale of the Nutcracker and The Mouse King. David is the writer/performer ofTrump Lear which had sold out shows at Edinburgh Fringe (2018/2019), an 18 month run Off-Off Broadway, and a live stream from his home in the Spring of 2020 during the Pandemic. Other original works include Gary Busey's One Man Hamlet: As Performed by David Carl (Edinburgh 2015, Chicago Shakespeare Theater), and David Katie Get Re-Married (co-created with Katie Hartman). NYC Theater/Comedy credits include: Santa in The Truth About Santa by Greg Kotis, Things that Don't Happen by Lia Romeo, Point Break LIVE!, and The Awesome 80s Prom. David is also an improviser/sketch comedian/impressionist who has performed at UCB, Caroline's, and Union Hall.
David recently wrapped on filming a role in George Clooney's The Tender Bar. Other TV/Film credits include: The Big Fib (Disney Plus), Mr. Robot (USA), The Enemy Within (NBC), Blue Bloods (CBS), Divorce (HBO), Montauk, The Revival, and Same Boat. Voiceover credits include: Marvels (Stitcher podcast), Wolverine: The Lost Trail (Stitcher podcast), 10 Days, The Coldest Case (Audible), Yes We Mustard (Audible), Master Lecture Series (Audible), and dozens of commercials for radio, TV, and film. Check out more at .
Sam made his Broadway debut prior to the pandemic in Matthew Lopez's, The Inheritance. Off-Broadway credits include Born Blue (The Cutting Room), Daddy Issues (St. Clements), The Boys From Syracuse (Theatre Row). Upcoming performances as Ariel /Sebastian in The Tempest (Resounding Live), Samuel in The Knowing (Streaming Series), and Ziggy Stardust in the National Tour of Rebel Rebel: The Many Lives of David Bowie. Sam is working with Judy Gold on his one-man-show, Flinch, set to premiere in 2022. @samgivensing
L’Oreal Lampley is excited to join Resounding Live’s production of The Tempest at Radial Park!
OFF-BROADWAY: For Colored Girls (u/s Lady in Blue), Coriolanus (The Public Theater). REGIONAL: Othello (Trinity Rep), Taiga in the Berkshires (Williamstown Theater Festival). VOICEOVER: WNBA Pride campaign (ESPN), 2020 Olympics (USOPC). EDUCATION: MFA in Acting from Brown/Trinity. Follow me! INSTAGRAM: @loreallampley
OFF-BROADWAY: Vietgone (NY Premiere, MTC); The Oldest Boy (World Premiere, LCT) RECENT NEW YORK: Be the Death of Me (The Civilians); Twelfth Night (Leviathan Lab). REGIONAL: Dracula (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Foster Mom (World Premiere, Premiere Stages); The Oldest Boy (West Coast Premiere, Marin Theatre Company); Common Enemy (World Premiere, Triad Stage) Tamburlaine the Great, Edward II (STC); Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare & Co.); As You Like It (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); A Christmas Carol (American Conservatory Theater). Television: Law and Order: SVU, FBI, CBS’s Tommy, Blue Bloods, ID’s A Crime to Remember, Netflix’s The OA.