'New York, New York' sets complete Broadway cast
The new musical begins performances in March.
Start spreading the news! The Broadway premiere of New York, New York has set its full cast, joining the previously announced Colton Ryan as Jimmy Doyle and Anna Uzele as Francine Evans.
New principal cast members include Clyde Alves as Tommy Caggiano, John Clay III as Jesse Webb, Janet Dacal as Sofia Diaz, Ben Davis as Gordon Kendrick, Oliver Prose as Alex Mann, Angel Sigala as Mateo Diaz, and Tony Award nominee Emily Skinner as Madame Veltri.
The ensemble includes Wendi Bergamini, Allison Blackwell, Giovanni Bonaventura, Jim Borstelmann, Lauren Carr, Mike Cefalo, Bryan J. Cortés, Kristine Covillo, Gabriella Enriquez, Haley Fish, Ashley Blair Fitzgerald, Richard Gatta, Stephen Hanna, Naomi Kakuk, Akina Kitazawa, Ian Liberto, Kevin Ligon, Leo Moctezuma, Aaron Nicholas Patterson, Dayna Marie Quincy, Julian Ramos, Drew Redington, Benjamin Rivera, Vanessa Sears, Davis Wayne, Jeff Williams, and Darius Wright.
The complete creative team has also been announced. New York, New York features scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, costume design by Donna Zakowska, lighting design by Ken Billington, sound design by Kai Harada, projection design by Christopher Ash and Boritt, hair and wig design by Sabana Majeed, music supervision and arrangements by Sam Davis, orchestrations by Daryl Waters and Sam Davis, vocal arrangements by David Loud, and music direction by Alvin Hough, Jr.
New York, New York is loosely adapted from Martin Scorsese's film of the same name, set in post-World War II New York. In the musical, featuring a new story by David Thompson and Sharon Washington, a group of young artists strives to succeed as the city booms.
The show features John Kander and Fred Ebb's songs from the film, including the famous title track, plus additional songs by Kander and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Five-time Tony winner Susan Stroman directs and choreographs.
Performances begin at the St. James Theatre on March 24 ahead of an April 26 opening.
Check back for information on New York, New York tickets on New York Theatre Guide.
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