Cruel Intentions: the '90s Musical

Created by Lindsey Rosin, Jordan Ross, and Roger Kumble
Based on the film by Roger Kumble
A Co-Production with Uptown Players
May 4, 2023 to May 21, 2023

In an epic game of cat and mouse, two diabolically charming step-siblings place a bet, and  vow to destroy anyone who gets in their way. Seduced by revenge and passion, this devious  duo spins a web of dangerous liaisons and find themselves entangled in the cruelest game  of all: love. Based on the cult classic film and featuring your favorite 90’s hits, this intoxicating new jukebox musical is the most bittersweet of symphonies.

“Fun, sexy, and seductive. It’s a great time!” - Huffington Post

Performance Schedule: 

Cruel Intentions: the '90s Musical runs May 4 through May 21
Thursdays 7:30 Fridays & Saturdays 8:00, Saturday & Sunday matiness 3:00
Opening Night (and anytime really...): 90's themed attire encouraged
ASL Interpretation: Thu, May 18 Rated R Synopsis | Language 
Study Guide
Click here for the full credits for the songs in the show.
Click here for our digital program.
NOTE: this production contains flashing lights to simulate lightning, plus some additional strobe effects.


Marci Greenbaum/Ensemble – Emma Colwell**
Dr. Greenbaum/Mrs. Bunny Caldwell – Sarah Gay*
Cecile - Logan Graye*
Kathryn Merteuil – Kathryn Jacobson*
Blaine Tuttle – D'Mariel**
Sebastian Valmont – Ethan Massengale*
Greg McConnell – Andrew Meier
Ronald Clifford – Jonah Munroe
Annette Hargrove – Hannah Valdovinos**
Court Reynolds/Ensemble – Garrett Caelan Weir

* Member, Actors' Equity Association     ** Equity Membership Candidate

Cody Dry - Conductor/Keyboard
Sal Bollinger - Bass
Michael Ptacin - Drums
Jesse Ramirez - Guitar

Production Staff: 

Director - Garret Storms*
Musical Director - Cody Dry
Production Stage Manager – Tiffany Cromwell*
Assistant Director – Alejandro Saucedo
Set Design – Bob Lavallee
Lighting Design – Luke Atkison
Costume Design – Sarah Mosher
Sound Design – David Lanza
Choreography/Fight Choreography/Intimacy Director – Kelsey Milbourn
Props/Set Décor – Lynn Lovett
Wig/Makeup Designer - Michael B. Moore
Dance Captain - D'Mariel
Assistant Stage Manager – Rayven Harris
Assistant Costume Designer  - Carly Hinson
Assistant ​Sound Designer  - Paula Garcia
Production Assistant – Olivia Dickerson
Sound Mixer - Richard Massey
Technical Director – Bryan Stevenson
Associate Technical Director – Conor Clark
Master Carpenter/Scenic Artist – Allen Dean

About the Author: 

Roger Kumble began his career as a playwright in 1993 with the Hollywood satire Pay or Play, which garnered him the LA Weekly Award for Best Comic Writing. His second play, 1997’s d girl, starring David Schwimmer, earned him four Drama-logue Awards. In 2003, Kumble completed his Hollywood trilogy with the critically acclaimed Turnaround, again starring David Schwimmer, which sold out its entire run in Los Angeles. His 2011 play, Girls Talk was a satire on LA private schools and was mentioned by the LA Times as one of the best plays of that year. Kumble made his feature-film-directorial debut with 1999’s Sony Pictures box-office hit, Cruel Intentions, his adaptation of Choderlos De Laclos’ Les Liaisons Dangereuses, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe, Reese Witherspoon and Selma Blair; his screenplay transposed the French classic to modern New York. He followed with the Sony Pictures comedy The Sweetest Thing, starring Cameron Diaz & Christina Applegate; New Line Cinema’s Just Friends, starring Ryan Reynolds and Anna Faris; Disney’s College Road Trip starring Martin Lawrence; Furry Vengeance, Netflix’s Falling Inn Love and Voltage Picture’s After We Collided, which was one of the most profitable films of 2021. He recently wrapped production on Voltage Pictures’ Beautiful Disaster, which he adapted and directed from the novel. Television directing credits include episodes of EntourageSuits, and Pretty Little Liars. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and lives in Los Angeles with his wife Mary and three children.

Lindsey Rosin is a professional writer, director, lyricist, producer and author. She recently sold a half-hour television pilot entitled Lexapros and Cons to AwesomenessTV, which she co-wrote along with Aaron Karo based on his YA novel of the same name. She is set to write and executive produce the forthcoming series. She is also currently writing a jukebox musical feature film for Netflix and developing a soapy, one-hour TV series with Lionsgate and Temple Hill. She was a writer on season one and two of Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist and was nominated for an Emmy in 2021 for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for a song she co-wrote for the series entitled Crimson Love. In the past few years, she has written and developed numerous tv pilots, including projects for ABC, NBC, CBS, Freeform, MTV and SyFy. In 2016 she co-wrote, and co-executive produced a television pilot for NBC based on the movie Cruel Intentions. She also co-created and directed Cruel Intentions: The Musical, which originally premiered in Los Angeles in 2015 before running off-Broadway from 2017-2018 and embarking on its first national tour in 2019. In the summer of 2019, the show premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Theater Festival where it won an audience award for Best Musical. Lindsey’s debut novel, Cherry, a coming-of-age, laugh-out-loud tale of first times, last chances, and the enduring friendships that make it all worthwhile, was published by Simon Pulse in 2016 and has since been published in the U.K., Italy, Spain and France. Lindsey began her writing career as a young playwright, having won numerous statewide and nationwide young playwriting competitions. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Josh, her almost two-year-old daughter, Helen, her two-month-old son, Judah, and her adorable poodle-mix, Dodger. She is a member of the WGA and ASCAP and is represented by ICM, Underground Management and Gang, Tyre, Ramer, Brown & Passman, Inc. 

Jordan Ross Schindler is a Writer/Producer from the Philly suburbs who is unapologetically stuck in the WB-era of television and proud of it. He got his start in musical theatre in 2015 as the co-creator of Cruel Intentions: The ʻ90s Musical. Since then, Cruel has played Off-Broadway, recorded an original cast album, toured nationally, and its first UK company won BroadwayWorldʼs Best Musical Production at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. After co-writing NBCʼs 2016 Cruel Intentions sequel pilot, which starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jordan joined the writersʼ room for the final season of Eʼs The Royals. Currently, heʼs developing a dramedy pilot for MGM Television and is a Co-Producer on Netflix's upcoming teen drama My Life With the Walter Boys.