You may, or may not, see Leonard Sullivan on stage next Tuesday when the Book of Mormon opens at Miller Auditorium. That's because he's a kind of elite understudy, ready to fill in for five different roles if needed.
The Book of Mormon is one of Broadway's biggest success stories in the last decade. Opening in 2011, it won nine Tony awards, including the award for Best Musical.
A graduate of Western Michigan University's theater program, Leonard Sullivan has been a professional actor, dancer, singer, and director for 15 years, based in New York. He directed the popular run of Hairspray at the Kalamazoo Civic last spring.