Oak Island Creative - Great Day Live, WHAS 11, Louisville, KY

Oak Island Creative and Broadway cast members get featured on Great Day Live, WHAS 11, Louisville, KY

In an effort to provide the best quality musical soundtracks that pair with the company’s “Holiday Creative” products, as well as to enhance its popular Mirror Mazes attraction, Oak Island Creative is partnering with these four Broadway artists, who will lend their voices for original scores:

Preston Truman Boyd, a New York City actor, was most recently seen on Broadway in “She Loves Me.” Others Broadway credits include “On the Twentieth Century,” “Bullets Over Broadway” and “Big Fish.” Boyd played Bob Gaudio in the first national tour of “Jersey Boys” and the Monster in “Young Frankenstein.” He has performed with the various orchestras and symphonies, most recently being with The Midtown Men and the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra at the Lancaster Music Festival.

John Edwards is currently in “Jersey Boys” on Broadway and member of Michael McElroy and the Broadway Inspirational Voices. Other credits include “I Am: Anne Hutchinson,” “Harvey Milk,” with Andrew Lippa and Kristin Chenoweth, “Hairspray” (as Seaweed), “Dreamgirls” (as Jimmy Early), and “Five Guys Named Moe.”

Frankie J. Galasso, a Bronx native, has been singing and performing professionally since he was nine years old. On Broadway, Frankie has performed in “Jersey Boys,” and “An Inspector Calls.” On tour, he performed in “Jersey Boys” and “Oliver.” On TV, he was in “Hudson Street,” “All My Children,” and “As The World Turns.” In film, Frankie’s credits include, “Jungle 2 Jungle” and “A Tale of Two Pizzas.” Frankie was also a member of the platinum-selling musical group, DreamStreet.

Quinn Vanantwerp has played Bob Gaudio in over 2,500 performances of “Jersey Boys,” with four different companies. He was part of the Original Toronto production, where his performance earned him a Dora Nomination for Best Actor in 2009. He can also be seen frequently on shows such as “The Following” (Fox), “The Affair” (Showtime), “Shades of Blue” (NBC), “Blue Bloods” (CBS), and “The Good Wife” (CBS).

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