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PREVIEWS BEGIN TOMORROW, FRIDAY, MARCH 21!

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY

Presents

ALAN CUMMING                  MICHELLE WILLIAMS

In

SAM MENDES & ROB MARSHALL’s

Production of

CABARET

The Tony® Winning Musical By
JOHN KANDER, FRED EBB & JOE MASTEROFF

With
LINDA EMOND, DANNY BURSTEIN
BILL HECK
AARON KROHN, GAYLE RANKIN

Opening night is April 24, 2014

On Broadway at the Kit Kat Klub: Studio 54

Get Cabaret Tickets

Roundabout Theatre Company’s (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) production of Joe Masteroff, John Kander and Fred Ebb’s Tony winning musical CABARET starring Tony Award winner Alan Cumming and Golden Globe winner Michelle Williams begins previews tomorrow, Friday March 21 at 8:00PM.

 

Published in Broadway

manhattan theatre club

mcc

MANHATTAN THEATRE CLUB & MCC THEATER
ANNOUNCE FULL CASTING FOR

THE SNOW GEESE

WORLD PREMIERE PLAY BY SHARR WHITE

DIRECTED BY DANIEL SULLIVAN

STARRING

MARY-LOUISE PARKER
DANNY BURSTEIN, VICTORIA CLARK
EVAN JONIGKEIT, BRIAN CROSS, CHRISTOPHER INNVAR, JESSICA LOVE

REHEARSALS BEGIN TOMORROW, AUGUST 27

STRICTLY LIMITED 11 WEEK ENGAGEMENT
BEGINS PREVIEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 FOR A THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 OPENING
AT MTC’S SAMUEL J. FRIEDMAN THEATRE (261 WEST 47TH STREET)

Manhattan Theatre Club (Lynne Meadow, Artistic Producer; Barry Grove, Executive Producer) and MCC Theater (Robert LuPone, Bernard Telsey, William Cantler, Artistic Directors; Blake West, Executive Director) are pleased to announce full casting for the world premiere of THE SNOW GEESE, a new play by Sharr White, directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan.

Published in Off-Broadway

Roundabout Theatre Company

Roundabout Theatre Company
Announces
Cast of Pulitzer Prize winning play

TALLEY’S FOLLY

with
Danny Burstein & Sarah Paulson 

By Lanford Wilson

Directed by Michael Wilson

Performances begin February 8, 2013, Opening March 5, 2013
At the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) is pleased to announce the cast for the new production of Lanford Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize winning play Talley’s Folly, directed by Michael WilsonTalley’s Folly will feature Danny Burstein as “Matt Friedman” and Sarah Paulson as “Sally Talley.”

Wednesday, 11 January 2012 14:50

Initial Casting Announced for Los Angeles FOLLIES

JAN MAXWELL     VICTORIA CLARK
DANNY BURSTEIN     RON RAINES

Will Star in the CTG/Ahmanson Theatre Los Angeles Engagement of
The Kennedy Center Production of

JAMES GOLDMAN AND STEPHEN SONDHEIM’S
FOLLIES

Starring ELAINE PAIGE as Carlotta Campion

*** DIRECT FROM BROADWAY ***
FOR SIX WEEKS ONLY – MAY 3 THROUGH JUNE 9, 2012
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
BROADWAY RUN PLAYS THROUGH JANUARY 22
AT THE MARQUIS THEATRE

Jan Maxwell, Danny Burstein, Ron Raines and Elaine Paige will reprise their roles and Victoria Clark will join the company for the Kennedy Center’s critically acclaimed production of James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim’s “Follies” direct from Broadway at the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles for six weeks only, May 3 through June 9, 2012. The opening is scheduled for May 9. Tickets for the Ahmanson Theatre engagement of “Follies” are on sale now. To purchase tickets and for further information, visit www.CenterTheatreGroup.org/Follies or call (213) 972-4400.

"WHITE HOT. VIBRANT AND MOVING. A vigorous heart beats at the center of the Kennedy Center’s revival of FOLLIES!"
– The New York Times

 

FOLLIES

ANNOUNCES THREE-WEEK EXTENSION ON BROADWAY

LIMITED ENGAGEMENT MUST CLOSE JANUARY 22, 2012

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{module ad_left_body}The Kennedy Center’s hit revival of James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim’s masterpiece FOLLIES will extend its limited engagement on Broadway by three weeks. The critically-acclaimed production will now play through Sunday, January 22, 2012.

Tickets are available now for all performances of FOLLIES (including the extension) online, and in person at the Marquis Theatre box office (1535 Broadway; 46th Street between Broadway & 8th Avenue). 

FOLLIES opened to rave reviews on Monday, September 12, 2011 at the Marquis Theatre.

“FIVE STARS! A deluxe production of a dazzling masterpiece.” - Time Out New York

“A REVIVAL FOR THE AGES! A production worthy of this magnificent monument to musical theater.” - Newsday

“THIS REVIVAL IS THE BEST MUSICAL I HAVE SEEN IN YEARS! Please, do yourself a real favor, and race to the Marquis Theatre!” – WOR Radio

“A LUSCIOUS TREAT. IT’S HEAD-SPINNING STUFF.” – Associated Press

“A GORGEOUS, POLISHED, EYE-POPPING PRODUCTION.” – The Philadelphia Inquirer

“EVERY NUMBER IS A MINI-MASTERPIECE.” – NY-1 News

“PACKED WITH ENTERTAINMENT. FLEET-FOOTED AND CONSISTENTLY EXHILARATING. These dames know how to light up a stage!” – The Washington Post

“THIS IS THE BEST FOLLIES I’VE EVER SEEN.” – Entertainment Weekly

“THRILLING AND TERRIFIC. When done right, FOLLIES is one of the glories of the American musical. And this new revival from the Kennedy Center is done right!” – Variety

“Let me put this as plainly as I can: THIS IS A GREAT PRODUCTION OF A GREAT MUSICAL. IF YOU MISS THIS FOLLIES, YOU’LL BE SORRY.” – The Wall Street Journal

 

FOLLIES features a book by James Goldman and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. The production is directed by Eric Schaeffer with choreography by Warren Carlyle and music direction by James Moore. With a 28–piece orchestra, FOLLIES features a cast of 41 and stars two-time Tony Award winner Bernadette Peters as Sally Durant Plummer, four-time Tony Award nominee Jan Maxwell as Phyllis Rogers Stone, two-time Tony Award nominee Danny Burstein as Buddy Plummer, three-time Emmy Award nominee Ron Raines as Benjamin Stone and 5-time Olivier Award nominee Elaine Paige as Carlotta Campion.

The production also stars Tony Award nominee Don Correia as Theodore Whitman, Christian Delcroix as Young Buddy, Grammy & Emmy Award winner Rosalind Elias as Heidi Schiller, Colleen Fitzpatrick as Dee Dee West, Lora Lee Gayer as Young Sally, Michael Hayes as Roscoe, Leah Horowitz as Young Heidi, Tony Award nominee Jayne Houdyshell as Hattie Walker, Florence Lacey as Sandra Crane, Tony Award nominee Mary Beth Peil as Solange LaFitte, David Sabin as Dimitri Weismann, Kirsten Scott as Young Phyllis, Frederick Strother as Max Deems, Nick Verina as Young Ben, Tony Award nominee Susan Watson as Emily Whitman and Terri White as Stella Deems.

Rounding out the ensemble are Lawrence Alexander, Brandon Bieber, John Carroll, Mathew deGuzman, Sara Edwards, Leslie Donna Flesner, Jenifer Foote, Suzanne Hylenski, Danielle Jordan, Amanda Kloots-Larsen, Joseph Kolinski, Brittany Marcin, Erin N. Moore, Pamela Otterson, Clifton Samuels, Kiira Schmidt, Brian Shepard, Jessica Sheridan, Amos Wolff, Ashley Yeater.

Elaine Paige is appearing with the support of Actors’ Equity Association. The producers gratefully acknowledge Actors’ Equity Association for its assistance to this production.

The creative team also includes Derek McLane (Scenic Design), Gregg Barnes (Costume Design), Natasha Katz (Lighting Design), Kai Harada (Sound Design), David Brian Brown (Hair & Wig Design), Joseph Dulude II (Make-up Design) and the original orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick.

When former members of the “Weismann Follies” reunite on the eve of their theater's demolition, two couples remember their past and face the harsher realities of the present. Reminiscing of their younger selves and the years gone by, the crumbling theater brings back memories for both couples of good times and bad. FOLLIES echoes the songs, exuberance and romance of the vaudeville days between the two World Wars. The score features some of Stephen Sondheim’s best-known songs, including “Broadway Baby,” “I’m Still Here,” “Too Many Mornings,” “Could I Leave You?” and “Losing My Mind.”

FOLLIES – featuring a book by James Goldman and a score by Stephen Sondheim – was originally produced on Broadway by Harold Prince with orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick. It opened on April 4, 1971 at the Winter Garden Theatre where it ran for 522 performances and received seven Tony Awards, including Best Original Score. FOLLIES played a limited engagement at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater opening on May 7 and closing with sold-out houses on June 19, 2011.

FOLLIES is produced on Broadway by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (David M. Rubenstein, Chairman; Michael M. Kaiser, President; Max Woodward, Vice President); Nederlander Presentations, Inc.; Adrienne Arsht; HRH Foundation, Sponsor; Allan Williams, Executive Producer.

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for FOLLIES are available online and in person at the Marquis Theatre box office (1535 Broadway; 46th Street between Broadway & 8th Avenue).  The box office schedule is Monday through Saturday (10 a.m. to 8 p.m.) and Sunday (12 p.m. to 6 p.m.). Premium seating is available.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Tuesday evenings at 7pm, Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm, Sunday matinees at 3pm.

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For more information, visit www.FolliesBroadway.com
Follow FOLLIESon Twitter: @FolliesBroadway or on Facebook.
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REHEARSALS BEGIN TODAY

& FULL CASTING CONFIRMED

The Limited Broadway Engagement of

The Kennedy Center Production of

JAMES GOLDMAN & STEPHEN SONDHEIM’S

FOLLIES

PREVIEW PERFORMANCES BEGIN AUGUST 7, 2011

OPENS SEPTEMBER 12, 2011 AT BROADWAY’S MARQUIS THEATRE

Get Follies Tickets

Rehearsals begin today and full casting is confirmed for the Broadway transfer of the Kennedy Center’s acclaimed production of James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim’s FOLLIES, directed by Eric Schaeffer, with choreography by Warren Carlyle and music direction by James MooreFOLLIES will begin previews on Sunday, August 7, 2011 and open on Monday, September 12, 2011 at the Marquis Theatre (1535 Broadway). Tickets are now on sale.

With a 28–piece orchestra, FOLLIES features a cast of 41 and stars two-time Tony Award winner Bernadette Peters as Sally Durant Plummer, four-time Tony Award nominee Jan Maxwell as Phyllis Rogers Stone, two-time Tony Award nominee Danny Burstein as Buddy Plummer, three-time Emmy Award nominee Ron Raines as Benjamin Stone and Olivier Award winner Elaine Paige as Carlotta Campion.

The production also stars Don Correia as Theodore Whitman, Christian Delcroix as Young Buddy, Grammy & Emmy Award winner Rosalind Elias as Heidi Schiller, Colleen Fitzpatrick as Dee Dee West, Lora Lee Gayer as Young Sally, Michael Hayes as Roscoe, Leah Horowitz as Young Heidi, Tony Award nominee Jayne Houdyshell as Hattie Walker, Florence Lacey as Sandra Crane, Tony Award nominee Mary Beth Peil as Solange LaFitte, David Sabin as Dimitri Weismann, Kirsten Scott as Young Phyllis, Frederick Strother as Max Deems, Nick Verina as Young Ben, Tony Award nominee Susan Watson as Emily Whitman and Terri White as Stella Deems.

Rounding out the ensemble are Lawrence AlexanderBrandon BieberJohn CarrollMathew deGuzmanSara EdwardsLeslie Donna FlesnerJenifer FooteSuzanne HylenskiDanielle JordanJoseph KolinskiAmanda Kloots-LarsenBrittany MarcinErin N. MoorePamela OttersonClifton SamuelsKiira SchmidtBrian ShepardJessica SheridanAmos WolffAshley Yeater.

Elaine Paige is appearing with the support of Actors’ Equity Association. The producers gratefully acknowledge Actors’ Equity Association for its assistance to this production.

FOLLIES features scenic design by Derek McLane, costume design by Gregg Barnes, lighting design by Natasha Katz, sound design by Kai Harada, and the original orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick.

When former members of the “Weismann Follies” reunite on the eve of their theater's demolition, two couples remember their past and face the harsher realities of the present. Reminiscing of their younger selves and the years gone by, the crumbling theater brings back memories for both couples of good times and bad. FOLLIES echoes the songs, exuberance and romance of the vaudeville days between the two World Wars. The score features some of Stephen Sondheim’s best-known songs, including “Broadway Baby,” “I’m Still Here,” “Too Many Mornings,” “Could I Leave You?,” and “Losing My Mind.”

FOLLIES – featuring a book by James Goldman and a score by Stephen Sondheim – was originally produced on Broadway by Harold Prince with orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick. It opened on April 4, 1971 at the Winter Garden Theatre where it ran for 522 performances and received seven Tony Awards, including Best Original Score. FOLLIES played a limited engagement at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater opening on May 7 and closing with sold-out houses on June 19, 2011.

FOLLIES will be produced on Broadway by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (David M. Rubenstein, Chairman; Michael M. Kaiser, President; Max Woodward, Vice President).

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for FOLLIES are available online and in person at the Marquis Theatre box office (1535 Broadway; 46th Street between Broadway & 8th Avenue). The box office schedule is Monday through Saturday (10 a.m. to 8 p.m.) and Sunday (12 p.m. to 6 p.m.). Tickets range in price from $47.00 to $137.00 (all prices include a $2.00 facility fee). Premium seating is available.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

August 7 – September 11: Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm, Sunday matinees at 3pm.

Beginning September 13: Tuesday evenings at 7pm, Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm, Sunday matinees at 3pm.

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ADDITIONAL CASTING ANNOUNCED

The Limited Broadway Engagement of

The Kennedy Center production of

JAMES GOLDMAN & STEPHEN SONDHEIM’S

FOLLIES

PREVIEW PERFORMANCES BEGIN AUGUST 7, 2011
OPENS SEPTEMBER 12, 2011 AT BROADWAY’S MARQUIS THEATRE

Get Follies Tickets

Additional casting is set for the Broadway transfer of the Kennedy Center’s acclaimed production of James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim’s FOLLIES, directed by Eric Schaeffer, with choreography by Warren Carlyle and music direction by James MooreFOLLIES will begin previews on Sunday, August 7, 2011 and open on Monday, September 12, 2011 at the Marquis Theatre (1535 Broadway). Tickets are now on sale.

With a 28 piece orchestra, FOLLIES features a cast of 41 and stars two-time Tony Award-winner Bernadette Peters as Sally Durant Plummer, four-time Tony Award nominee Jan Maxwell as Phyllis Rogers Stone, two-time Tony Award nominee Danny Burstein as Buddy Plummer, three-time Emmy Award nominee Ron Raines as Benjamin Stone and Olivier Award-winner Elaine Paige as Carlotta Campion.

The production also stars Christian Delcroix as Young Buddy, Grammy & Emmy Award-winner Rosalind Elias as Heidi Schiller, Colleen Fitzpatrick as Dee Dee West, Lora Lee Gayer as Young Sally, MichaelHayes as Roscoe, Tony Award nominee Jayne Houdyshell as Hattie Walker, Florence Lacey as Sandra Crane, Tony Award nominee Mary Beth Peil as Solange LaFitte, David Sabin as Dimitri Weismann, Kirsten Scott as Young Phyllis, Frederick Strother as Max Deems, Nick Verina as Young Ben, Tony Award nominee Susan Watson as Emily Whitman and Terri White as Stella Deems. Casting for the role of Theodore Whitman is to be announced.

Rounding out the ensemble is Lawrence AlexanderBrandon BieberJohn CarrollMathew deGuzmanSara EdwardsLeslie Donna FlesnerJenifer FooteLeah HorowitzSuzanne HylenskiDanielle JordanJoseph KolinskiAmanda Kloots-LarsenBrittany MarcinErin N. MoorePamela OttersonClifton SamuelsKiira SchmidtBrian ShepardAmos WolffAshley Yeater. Additional members of the ensemble are to be announced.

Elaine Paige is appearing with the support of Actors’ Equity Association. The producers gratefully acknowledge Actors’ Equity Association for its assistance to this production.

FOLLIES features scenic design by Derek McLane, costume design by Gregg Barnes, lighting design by Natasha Katz, sound design by Kai Harada and the original orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick.

When former members of the “Weismann Follies” reunite on the eve of their theater's demolition, two couples remember their past and face the harsher realities of the present. Reminiscing of their younger selves and the years gone by, the crumbling theater brings back memories for both couples of good times and bad. FOLLIES echoes the songs, exuberance and romance of the vaudeville days between the two World Wars. The score features some of Stephen Sondheim’s best-known songs, including “Broadway Baby,” “I’m Still Here,” “Too Many Mornings,” “Could I Leave You?” and “Losing My Mind.”

FOLLIES – featuring a book by James Goldman and a score by Stephen Sondheim – was originally produced on Broadway by Harold Prince with orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick. It opened on April 4, 1971 at the Winter Garden Theatre where it ran for 522 performances and received seven Tony Awards, including Best Original Score. FOLLIES played a limited engagement at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater opening on May 7 and closing with sold-out houses on June 19, 2011.

FOLLIES will be produced on Broadway by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (David M. Rubenstein, Chairman; Michael M. Kaiser, President; Max Woodward, Vice President).

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for FOLLIES are available online and in person at the Marquis Theatre box office (1535 Broadway; 46th Street between Broadway & 8th Avenue).  The box office schedule is Monday through Saturday (10 a.m. to 8 p.m.) and Sunday (12 p.m. to 6 p.m.). Tickets range in price from $47.00 to $137.00 (all prices include a $2.00 facility fee). Premium seating is available.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

August 7 – September 11: Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm, Sunday matinees at 3pm.

Beginning September 13: Tuesday evenings at 7pm, Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm, Sunday matinees at 3pm.

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BERNADETTE PETERS     JAN MAXWELL
DANNY BURSTEIN     RON RAINES

Will Star in the Limited Broadway Engagement of

The Kennedy Center production of

JAMES GOLDMAN & STEPHEN SONDHEIM’S

FOLLIES

Music Direction by JAMES MOORE

Choreography by WARREN CARLYLE

Directed by ERIC SCHAEFFER

PREVIEW PERFORMANCES BEGIN AUGUST 7, 2011

OPENS SEPTEMBER 12, 2011 AT BROADWAY’S MARQUIS THEATRE

Bernadette PetersJan MaxwellDanny Burstein and Ron Raines will reprise their roles in the Broadway transfer of the Kennedy Center’s acclaimed production of James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award®-winning musical FOLLIES, directed by Eric Schaeffer, with choreography by Warren Carlyle and music direction by James Moore.

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FOLLIES will begin previews on Sunday, August 7, 2011 and opens on Monday, September 12, 2011 at the Marquis Theatre (1535 Broadway).  Tickets go on sale through www.Ticketmaster.com online or at 877-250-2929, and in person at the Marquis Theatre box office onTuesday, July 5.

With a 28 piece orchestra, FOLLIES will feature a cast of 41 and star two-time Tony Award-winner Bernadette Peters as Sally Durant Plummer, four-time Tony Award nominee Jan Maxwell as Phyllis Rogers Stone, two-time Tony Award nominee Danny Burstein as BuddyPlummer and three-time Emmy Award nominee Ron Raines as Benjamin Stone. Other members of the Broadway company will be announced shortly.

FOLLIES features scenic design by Derek McLane, costume design by Gregg Barnes, lighting design by Natasha Katz, sound design byKai Harada and the original orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick.

When former members of the “Weismann Follies” reunite on the eve of their theater's demolition, two couples remember their past and face the harsher realities of the present. Reminiscing of their younger selves and the years gone by, the crumbling theater brings back memories for both couples of good times and bad. FOLLIES echoes the songs, exuberance and romance of the vaudeville days between the two World Wars. The score features some of Stephen Sondheim’s best-known songs, including “Broadway Baby,” “I’m Still Here,” “Too Many Mornings,” “Could I Leave You?” and “Losing My Mind.”

FOLLIES – featuring a book by James Goldman and a score by Stephen Sondheim – was originally produced on Broadway by Harold Prince with orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick. It opened on April 4, 1971 at the Winter Garden Theatre where it ran for 522 performances and received seven Tony Awards, including Best Original Score. FOLLIES played a limited engagement at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater opening on May 7 and closing with sold-out houses on June 19, 2011.

FOLLIES will be produced on Broadway by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (David M. Rubenstein, Chairman; Michael M. Kaiser, President; Max Woodward, Vice President).

Additional production information will be announced soon.

TICKET INFORMATION

Beginning Tuesday, July 5, tickets for FOLLIES will be available through www.Ticketmaster.com or by calling 877-250-2929, and in person at the Marquis Theatre box office (1535 Broadway; 46th Street between Broadway & 8th Avenue).  The box office schedule is Monday through Saturday (10 a.m. to 8 p.m.) and Sunday (12 p.m. to 6 p.m.).  Tickets range in price from $47.00 to $137.00 (all prices include a $2.00 facility fee). Premium seating is available.

Tickets go on sale exclusively to members of Audience Rewards® on Thursday June 30. For more information, visitwww.AudienceRewards.com.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

August 7 – September 11: Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm, Sunday matinees at 3pm.
Beginning September 13: Tuesday evenings at 7pm, Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2pm, Sunday matinees at 3pm.

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For more information, visit www.FolliesBroadway.com
Follow FOLLIESon Twitter: @FolliesBroadway or on Facebook.
Follow BBB on Twitter: @BBBway and on Facebook. Visit our website.