Together, Brad and Jennifer Moranz have directed and choreographed productions of “Little Shop of Horrors,” “Signin’ in the Rain,” “Annie,” “Guys and Dolls,” “I Do I Do,” “Nunsense,” “Kiss Me Kate,” “Me and My Girl,” “Unsinkable Molly Brown,” and “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.” Other choreographic credits include feature films “Radioland Murders” and “The Road to Wellville” along with TV productions “The Margaret Mitchell Story” and “The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.”
Since 1995, the Moranz duo has been treating Charleston audiences of all ages to their brand of entertainment – primarily musical revues that take existing songs and put together into a theme. They produce, write, direct, cast and choreograph three musical revues a year: a retro rock ‘n roll show in March, a variety show in July and the annual “The Charleston Christmas Special” running throughout December.
Originally from North Carolina, Jennifer danced in the original Broadway production of “42nd Street.” Prior to that she was high kicking as one of the world famous Radio City Music Hall Rockettes in New York City. She was a featured dancer in the national tour of “Singin’ in the Rain” and has appeared in regional productions as Adelaide in “Guys and Dolls” and Cassie in “A Chorus Line.” On TV she danced in Debbie Allen’s “Stompin’ at the Savoy” and appeared as Ginger Rogers in the feature film “Radioland Murders.”
Brad has appeared on Broadway in the role of Cosmo in “Singin’ in the Rain” and later re-created the role for the national touring production. Other Broadway and off-Broadway credits include the role of Groucho in “A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine” and Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors.” Other national tours include “A Chorus Line” and “Me and My Girl.” His film and TV credits include the role of Fred Astaire in the feature film “Radioland Murders” and guest appearances on the series “Matlock” and “Surface.”