Eliyahu Kheel created All Things Broadway in 2014 as a way of bringing together theatre nerds from all over the world. He is a NJ based actor, producer, and self proclaimed professional theatre nerd. Favorite roles include Man In The Chair (Drowsy Chaperone), Trekkie Monster (Avenue Q), Beast (Beauty and The Beast), Cladwell (Urinetown), Fester (The Addams Family), and producer to All Things Broadway Sings The Standards, All Things Broadway Miscast, and All Things Broadway Presents: Island Song. He is so proud of how far this group has come and can’t wait to continue bringing the theatre company to life.  -Albus out

Eliyahu Kheel created All Things Broadway in 2014 as a way of bringing together theatre nerds from all over the world. He is a NJ based actor, producer, and self proclaimed professional theatre nerd. Favorite roles include Man In The Chair (Drowsy Chaperone), Trekkie Monster (Avenue Q), Beast (Beauty and The Beast), Cladwell (Urinetown), Fester (The Addams Family), and producer to All Things Broadway Sings The Standards, All Things Broadway Miscast, and All Things Broadway Presents: Island Song. He is so proud of how far this group has come and can’t wait to continue bringing the theatre company to life.

-Albus out

Darren Wildeman lives just outside Edmonton, Canada. His favourite show is Next to Normal. He also enjoys listening to a lot of small unknown musicals, and albums from composers who haven't struck it big with a show yet. His other interests include professional sports, reading, music, and true crime stories and cold cases. He currently curates the ATB blog and has been an active mod for the group since 2016.

Darren Wildeman lives just outside Edmonton, Canada. His favourite show is Next to Normal. He also enjoys listening to a lot of small unknown musicals, and albums from composers who haven't struck it big with a show yet. His other interests include professional sports, reading, music, and true crime stories and cold cases. He currently curates the ATB blog and has been an active mod for the group since 2016.


Amy Elinski is an admin of All Things Broadway and an avid theatre fan. Amy spent the foremost years of her life in her local theatre program trying to climb her way to the rank of International Honor Thespian, and while it has been years since she last set foot on a stage, theatre will always hold a dear place in her heart. When she's not working as a park ranger or in her classes to earn a masters in Security Studies, you can find her singing along to Broadway Radio, planning her next, "Broadway Extravaganza," as she loves to call her trips to New York, or enjoying the vibrant theatre scene of Washington, DC.

Amy Elinski is an admin of All Things Broadway and an avid theatre fan. Amy spent the foremost years of her life in her local theatre program trying to climb her way to the rank of International Honor Thespian, and while it has been years since she last set foot on a stage, theatre will always hold a dear place in her heart. When she's not working as a park ranger or in her classes to earn a masters in Security Studies, you can find her singing along to Broadway Radio, planning her next, "Broadway Extravaganza," as she loves to call her trips to New York, or enjoying the vibrant theatre scene of Washington, DC.


Nina Bonilla lives in Albany, NY. She is currently a freshman at Oswego State University. Her favorite shows are Sunday in the Park with George and Jekyll & Hyde. She enjoys a lot of well known and unknown musicals. In her free time, she enjoys singing, listening to her vinyl records, drinking almond milk, watching 90s films, playing various instruments, and fangirling over Ethan Slater. But mostly fangirling over Ethan Slater.

Nina Bonilla lives in Albany, NY. She is currently a freshman at Oswego State University. Her favorite shows are Sunday in the Park with George and Jekyll & Hyde. She enjoys a lot of well known and unknown musicals. In her free time, she enjoys singing, listening to her vinyl records, drinking almond milk, watching 90s films, playing various instruments, and fangirling over Ethan Slater. But mostly fangirling over Ethan Slater.


David Heguy attends Livingston High School as a senior, where he is there Head Lighting Designer. David as been a member of ATB since almost the beginning. On David's off time he is a lighting designer. Some of his favorite school productions are Addams Family, Peter and the Starcatcher, and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. David also works all over New Jersey and New York with various companies to design their shows. Selected shows David has designed have been Island Song (NYC), Once on This Island, Hair, Legally Blonde, Mamma Mia, Aladdin Jr., Othello, And Then There Were None, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Dresser, Of Mice and Men, and Schoolhouse Rock Live JR.. As well, David won a Broadway World Award for his design on Legally Blonde. David also helps theatres all over NJ to improve their lighting grids and install new lighting fixtures. David is very passionate in what he does and hopes to continue creating art.

David Heguy attends Livingston High School as a senior, where he is there Head Lighting Designer. David as been a member of ATB since almost the beginning. On David's off time he is a lighting designer. Some of his favorite school productions are Addams Family, Peter and the Starcatcher, and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. David also works all over New Jersey and New York with various companies to design their shows. Selected shows David has designed have been Island Song (NYC), Once on This Island, Hair, Legally Blonde, Mamma Mia, Aladdin Jr., Othello, And Then There Were None, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Dresser, Of Mice and Men, and Schoolhouse Rock Live JR.. As well, David won a Broadway World Award for his design on Legally Blonde. David also helps theatres all over NJ to improve their lighting grids and install new lighting fixtures. David is very passionate in what he does and hopes to continue creating art.


Michael Kape AKA Grumpy Olde Guy® (as he’s sometimes called in All Things Broadway) has been a Broadway baby since he was in utero and hasn’t stopped since—several decades later. He has acted, directed, produced, designed (sets, costumes, props, sound, lighting), coached, been a dramaturg, run a theatre company, invested in Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, and even been a produced playwright. He spent seven years on the Dark Side as a theatre, dance, and opera critic and published a weekly theatre newspaper in Atlanta. He has been writing professionally since he was 14. In his checkered past, he’s also worked in magazine and book distribution, owned an advertising agency, owned a card and gift store (appropriately named Starlight Express), retired—and come out of retirement. His personal record for the most shows seen in a single year is 240 (when he lived in New York), but since moving to Palm Springs, CA he’s had to scale that back to a mere 35 (yikes!). He’s been bopped on the head (accidentally) by Stephen Sondheim and has a contribution on his Assassins wall in Connecticut. Currently, he is desperately seeking a life; so, he’s heading back to Broadway. He believes (rightly) there is no such thing as an “underrated” show (don’t get him started or Grumpy will emerge).


Michael Kape AKA Grumpy Olde Guy® (as he’s sometimes called in All Things Broadway) has been a Broadway baby since he was in utero and hasn’t stopped since—several decades later. He has acted, directed, produced, designed (sets, costumes, props, sound, lighting), coached, been a dramaturg, run a theatre company, invested in Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, and even been a produced playwright. He spent seven years on the Dark Side as a theatre, dance, and opera critic and published a weekly theatre newspaper in Atlanta. He has been writing professionally since he was 14. In his checkered past, he’s also worked in magazine and book distribution, owned an advertising agency, owned a card and gift store (appropriately named Starlight Express), retired—and come out of retirement. His personal record for the most shows seen in a single year is 240 (when he lived in New York), but since moving to Palm Springs, CA he’s had to scale that back to a mere 35 (yikes!). He’s been bopped on the head (accidentally) by Stephen Sondheim and has a contribution on his Assassins wall in Connecticut. Currently, he is desperately seeking a life; so, he’s heading back to Broadway. He believes (rightly) there is no such thing as an “underrated” show (don’t get him started or Grumpy will emerge).

Mara Landon is a spunky college student currently earning a BA (though not in English). She has always loved theatre but truly began to fall hard for Broadway in 2016, just one month after she started college. She saw her first (touring) Broadway show when she was 9 and was in her first musical at the age of 11 when she played Jaq in a community theatre production of Cinderella. Though Mara was only in one show in high school (Thoroughly Modern Millie), she continued to be immersed in the drama department and was the official photographer for all three shows performed in her senior year. In her free time, she loves to draw, take photos, sing, buy/flip/sell items online, and collect playbills. Mara has never been to New York and makes it a dream to travel there after she graduates.

Mara Landon is a spunky college student currently earning a BA (though not in English). She has always loved theatre but truly began to fall hard for Broadway in 2016, just one month after she started college. She saw her first (touring) Broadway show when she was 9 and was in her first musical at the age of 11 when she played Jaq in a community theatre production of Cinderella. Though Mara was only in one show in high school (Thoroughly Modern Millie), she continued to be immersed in the drama department and was the official photographer for all three shows performed in her senior year. In her free time, she loves to draw, take photos, sing, buy/flip/sell items online, and collect playbills. Mara has never been to New York and makes it a dream to travel there after she graduates.


SarahLynn Mangan has been a part of All Things Broadway for a while now and is overjoyed to be a moderator. She has loved theatre since a young age and has now participated onstage and offstage in all kinds of roles from actor to stage manager to tech operator and so on. She loves seeing the group blossom into what it has become and thanks Eliyahu and all the others on the admin/mod team for bringing her onboard!

SarahLynn Mangan has been a part of All Things Broadway for a while now and is overjoyed to be a moderator. She has loved theatre since a young age and has now participated onstage and offstage in all kinds of roles from actor to stage manager to tech operator and so on. She loves seeing the group blossom into what it has become and thanks Eliyahu and all the others on the admin/mod team for bringing her onboard!


Kyle Mead is currently finishing up his 3rd semester in the integrated program at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy In New York City. He was born and Raised in Rutland, Vermont and has 3 younger siblings. In his free time he enjoys practicing his dancing and watching all star cheerleading, of course the occasional Broadway show can be fun as well ;)

Kyle Mead is currently finishing up his 3rd semester in the integrated program at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy In New York City. He was born and Raised in Rutland, Vermont and has 3 younger siblings. In his free time he enjoys practicing his dancing and watching all star cheerleading, of course the occasional Broadway show can be fun as well ;)

Becca Rose lives in New York and she’s very fortunate to live close enough to the city so she can see as many shows as possible. She’s the main admin of the Fansens group and has been a moderator in ATB since January of 2019. She’s super happy and grateful about that because she’s been an active member since 2015. Her two favorite shows are Next to Normal and Fun Home. Her other interests include being a mental health advocate, playing video games, and finding incredible music to listen to.

Becca Rose lives in New York and she’s very fortunate to live close enough to the city so she can see as many shows as possible. She’s the main admin of the Fansens group and has been a moderator in ATB since January of 2019. She’s super happy and grateful about that because she’s been an active member since 2015. Her two favorite shows are Next to Normal and Fun Home. Her other interests include being a mental health advocate, playing video games, and finding incredible music to listen to.


Keira Kheel has been a moderator of All Things Broadway since February 15, 2016 and is thrilled to be continuing with this amazing group of people! Other than actively moderating the group, she has help direct the All Things Broadway LLC.'s productions, like Island Song or the Dreams Cabaret. When she's not busy working on theatrical productions or moderating the group, she's studying American Sign Language so she will be able to become an interpreter. She's also a big fan of Disney!

Keira Kheel has been a moderator of All Things Broadway since February 15, 2016 and is thrilled to be continuing with this amazing group of people! Other than actively moderating the group, she has help direct the All Things Broadway LLC.'s productions, like Island Song or the Dreams Cabaret. When she's not busy working on theatrical productions or moderating the group, she's studying American Sign Language so she will be able to become an interpreter. She's also a big fan of Disney!