My (Unauthorized) Hallmark Movie Musical Creative

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Anne Runolfsson
A veteran performer, Anne’s career has encompassed Broadway, Off Broadway, and National Tours: Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Victor/Victoria, Aspects of Love, Cyrano the Musical, James Joyce’s The Dead, The Secret Garden, Playwrights Horizons, The McCarter Theater, The York Theater, Lincoln Center Theater, NY Theater Workshop; Concert stages and Halls: Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, The Hollywood Bowl, O2 Arena (London), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam); Symphony Orchestras: Seattle, Baltimore, San Francisco, Detroit, San Diego, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Toronto, Milwaukee, Utah, Dallas, Houston among many others; The National Symphony, The Boston Pops, The Philly Pops, The Jerusalem Symphony, The Orchestra of St Lukes, The National Symphony of Canada, The Hong Kong Philharmonic; Cabaret Spaces including: Birdland, Rainbow and Stars, The Cinegrill, The Russian Tea Room. She frequently toured with the late Marvin Hamlisch and has had the honor of performing alongside Julie Andrews (London) and Jose Carrerras (Radio City). MUHMM marks her directorial debut.
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Multimedia Director
Crissy Guerrero
CRISSY GUERRERO (Dee) is a Mexican-born actor & singer. She produces and performs in the C & C VARIETY HOUR with Claudia Dolph throughout the year and especially at the holidays, becoming an annual L.A. tradition for many. Crissy also produces, writes and voices the Latinx scripted podcast, Soldadera, as well as producing comedy podcast, Don’t Say…with Paul & Dave. She was recently seen in TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s production of FUN HOME and originated the role of “Soyla" in the World Premiere of AMERICAN MARIACHI for the Denver Center for Performing Arts and The Old Globe Theatre in early 2018. Crissy wrote, produced, and starred in THE TRIBUTE, which ran in Los Angeles, New York, and Toronto to sold-out audiences. She continues to tour as an "El Vette" with EL VEZ, THE MEXICAN ELVIS, with whom she has been performing around the world for over 20 years. She has appeared in various commercials and television shows, such as, THE ELLEN DE GENERES SHOW (ELLEN, THE MUSICAL), THE GEORGE LOPEZ SHOW and MIND OF MENCIA, and her voice can be heard on BIG MOUTH, SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS, HANDY MANNY & PARKS & RECREATION, as well as other TV shows and movie soundtracks. Next up, Crissy will be heading to Dallas Theater Center to reprise the role of “Camila” in IN THE HEIGHTS.
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Roxanna Ward
Cabaret-comic extraordinaire Roxanna Ward hails from Laguna Beach, California. Her engaging blend of piano bar and comedy caused one reviewer to observe, “It’s as if Bette Midler and Steve Allen had a love child.” A pianist, musical arranger, producer, conductor (Milwaukee Symphony), and teacher, Ward has worked with legends Dolly Parton, Laura Nyro, Tennessee Ernie Ford, and Bea Arthur. As a songwriter, she penned the R&B single “Remember Who You Are”, which reached number 16 on Billboard’s jazz chart recorded by Phyllis Hyman, and more recently was recorded by Suede. Roxanna is a beloved member of the Olivia family; her Olivia debut was on an Alaska cruise in 1992. Since then, she’s joined us several times a year, and her brilliant comedy, writing, musicianship, and singing endears her to audiences everywhere. Whether you are seeing Roxanna for the first time or the tenth, she always makes you laugh and warms your heart.
Tony Guerrero
As a composer and musician Guerrero can be heard frequently on both movie and television soundtracks. He has written, performed and/or recorded music for 59th Annual Grammys, Thelma & Louise, PBS, The Today Show, 48 Hours, The Disney Channel, Full House, E! News, TBS, The Hallmark Channel and many more. Guerrero has been the producer on dozens of albums by other artists covering a wide variety of genres including jazz, pop, rock, worship, and country. He has also worked as an arranger in all of those genres, primarily in small group settings. In 2010 he began arranging for big band and has since worked on big band recordings for artists John Tesh, Jane Lynch, Dick Van Dyke, Charles Billingsley and Brynn Stanley. Since 1988 Guerrero has hosted the KSBR Birthday Bash, a yearly concert event he helped start to support a local jazz radio station. The event grew from an audience of fifty to thousands and has attracted some of the world’s best-known contemporary jazz artists including Joe Sample, Patti Austin, Dave Koz, Larry Carlton, Tom Scott, and numerous others. Over the years, Guerrero has also been involved in the planning and organization of several music festivals and conferences around the country.
Creative Consultant
Randy Johnson
Credits include the Tony-Award-nominated musical A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN at the Lyceum Theatre, and the West Coast Premiere of Larry Kramer’s controversial HIV-AIDS Drama THE NORMAL HEART starring Academy-Award-winners Richard Dreyfus and Kathy Bates. He is the original producer of ALWAYS, PATSY CLINE which he produced from inception to the now historic 2-year run in Nashville which re-opened the Ryman Auditorium - the original home of the Grand Ole Opry. Other selected regional theatre directing credits include JUKEBOX HERO – THE FOREIGNER MUSICAL at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in Calgary and The Ed Mirvish Theatre in Toronto (2017/2018) and SMOKEY JOE'S CAFÉ (revival) at Arena Stage in Washington DC. Other productions include: MIKE TYSON - Undisputed Truth (Broadway), and the world premier productions of SHOUT SISTER SHOUT – The Rosetta Tharpe Story at Pasadena Playhouse (2017) and Seattle Rep in October (2019). For his direction of SHOUT SISTER SHOUT at Pasadena Playhouse he was recognized by THE NAACP THEATRE DIVISION for his contribution to excellence in theatre. A graduate of the University of Southern California, Theatre Arts Department.

Original Creative Team

Multimedia Film Team:

EDITOR: Elnar Mukhamedyarov


AC: Anthony Pesce

GAFFER: Corey Brown


1ST AD: Gabriela Ledesma


SOUND MIX: Glenn Clark

FOLEY EDITOR: Shawn Tischler




COVID COMPLIANCE OFFICERS: Jay Dadwal, Mary Mendelsohn