Bob Cline

Bob Cline(Casting Director/Director/Pace University Faculty/BAA’s Director of Creative Development) is the founder of Bob Cline Casting in New York City. He has cast film, TV, commercials, over 50 Broadway National Tours, as well as hundreds of regional theatre productions across the country. Bob’s casting credits include the National Tours of Fame, Beauty and the Beast, Elf, Bye, Bye Birdie, Hairspray, The Music Man, The Wedding Singer, Oklahoma, Rent, Annie, and many more. He is also the Casting Director for Maine State Music Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, The Pioneer Theatre Company, and the Fulton Theatre. As a director, Bob has had the pleasure of directing Betty Buckley, Tom Cavanaugh, Tuc Watkins, Christy Carlson Romano, Martha Plimpton, and Elaine Stritch in Ben Andron’s White’s Lies, both at the Jerry Orbach Theatre and at New World Stages in NYC. He is also the Artistic Director of the Montclair Operetta Company. Other directing credits include Pippin, Into The Woods, Company, The Full Monty, To Kill A Mockingbird, A New Brain (Perry Awards for Best Director and Production), Falsettos, Violet (Perry Award nomination for Best Director and Production), Songs for a New World (Perry Award nomination best director), Little Shop of Horrors, Is There Life After High School?, and Godspell. Bob is on faculty at Pace University leading the Senior Musical Theater Majors and auditioning the incoming Freshman Class as well as teaching master classes across the country. Learn more about Bob by seeing his interview on NBC Today here.