Todd Alan Little

Todd Alan Little (Tuttle) is making his first appearance in New York City.  Regional theater credits include The Ladies Man (Bassinet), It’s a Wonderful Life (Clarence Odbody), Wait Until Dark (Sam Hendrix), ‘art’ (Marc), The Man Who Came to Dinner (Professor Metz), Big: the musical (Paul), and A Conflict of Fragrances (Reverend Polk).  He recently starred in the Kevin Bright sitcom project, "Record Cellar," at Emerson College.  Also, Todd has collaborated with Japanese director Shozo Sato on Kabuki projects for the Wisdom Bridge Theatre, the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the Kennedy Center and the Israeli Theatre Festival in Jerusalem.  He is founding member of the improv troupe Comedy On Demand and plays fiddle and sings back-up in the band, Hellbent & Heartbreakin’.  Previously he was production manager and a theater administrator at Goodspeed Musicals.  Todd earned his BFA in Theater from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.  Please visit www.toddalanlittle.com