Photo Flash: Syracuse Stage's Caroline, or Change
About the show: An eight-year-old boy named Noah Gellman struggles with the loss of his mother and the arrival of a new stepmother. One constant in his life is a set of small daily rituals he shares with Caroline, the family’s African-American maid. The year is 1963—civil rights and Kennedy—and in the Gellman household in Lake Charles, Louisiana, change is coming for everyone, in big ways and small. Two powerhouses of the American theatre, playwright Tony Kushner (Angels in America) and composer Jeanine Tesori (Thoroughly Modern Millie and Shrek: The Musical), join forces on a musical of startling creativity and refreshing originality (don’t be surprised when the washing machine starts to sing).
Cast: Michelle Barber (Grandma Gellman), Larry Block (Mr. Stopnick), Christof Deboni (Understudy Noah), Malachi Emmanuel (Joe), Doug Eskew (The Dryer, The Bus), Séamus Gailor (Noah Gellman), Piper Goodeve (Rose Gellman), Caitlainne Rose Gurreri (Radio 1), Emily Jenda (The Moon), Greta Oglesby (Caroline), Christina Acosta Robinson (Radio 2), Levonn L. Owens (Jackie), Gabrielle Porter (Radio 3), Elijah M. Theus (Understudy Jackie/Joe), Danielle K. Thomas (The Washing Machine), James Van Treuren (Grandpa Gellman), Stephanie Umoh (Emmie), Price Waldman (Stuart Gellman), Regina Marie Williams (Dotty)
For more informtaion visit: http://www.syracusestage.org/ticketoffice/eventdetail.aspx?page_id=2&event_id=35
Photo credit: T. Charles Erickson.
SÃ©amus Gailor and Greta Oglesby
Stephanie Umoh, Malachi Emmanuel, and Levonn L. Owens
Greta Oglesby and SÃ©amus Gailor