Why See Jerome Robbins' Broadway?
Starring Tony Nominee Rob McClure!
Few people have shaped the history of Broadway like Jerome Robbins. Trained in classical ballet, the Manhattan-born Robbins brought a graceful elegance to numerous Broadway shows over the course of his illustrious career as both a director and choreographer.
Jerome Robbins' Broadway is an anthology of musical numbers from throughout the great man's career, including 'New York, New York' from On the Town, 'Suite of Dances' from West Side Story and 'Comedy Tonight' from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Featuring one iconic scene after another, the show oriingally opened on Broadway in 1989 and won Robbins his fifth Tony Award
Opening night: 11 June 2018
Cast and Creative
Rob McClure as The Setter/Emcee/Pa/Tevye/Floy
Sarah Bowden as Claire/Tuptim/Fruma Sarah/Mama Crook
Peter Chursin as King Simon
Gabriel Cytron as Michael
Alexa De Barr as Maria/Monotony Soloist
Jess Fry as Angel/George
Leeds Hill as Ozzie
Sarah Marie Jenkins as Peter Pan
Cole Joyce as John
Maggie Lakis as Ma/Golde
Jenny Powers as Hildy/Montony Singer
Drew Redington as Chip
Sean Rozanski as Bernardo/Monotony Soloist Trombone
Garen Scribner as Gaby/Tony/Monotony Clarinet
Elizabeth Teeter as Wendy
Tanairi Vazquez as Anita
Davis Wayne as Riff
Erica Wong as Eliza
Lindsay Bell, Jessica Bishop, Kyle Coffman, Whitney Cooper, Darien Crago, Lauren Csete, Nicolas De La Vega, Sean Eqing, Patrick Garr, Peter Garza, Berklea Going, Sean Harrison Jones, Evan Kinnane, Marina Lazzaretto, Chris Lingner, Robin Masella, Melissa Hunter McCann, Mitchell McCroskey, Connor McRory, Courtney Ortiz, Hillary Porter, Waldemar Quinones-Villanueva, Emilio Ramos, Mariah Reshea Reives, Kyle Samuel, Brian Shimasaki Liebson, Gabi Stapula, Bethany Ann Tesarck, Brandon L. Whitmore, Andrew Wilson and Victor Wisehart.
Scenic design by Paige Hathaway
Costume design by Robin L. McGee
Lighting design by John Lasiter
Sound design by John Shivers and David Patridge
Video design by Nathan W. Scheuer
Wig design by John Metzner
Production stage manager Matthew Lacey
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