Coleen Sexton to Join Cast of MAMA AND HER BOYS, 4/30
Coleen Sexton will join the cast of the hit Off-Broadway musical Mama and Her Boys April 30. Sexton has appeared on Broadway in Jekyll & Hyde and Off-Broadway in Forever Dusty. Her national tour credits include Wicked and Legally Blonde. She is also a member of the Broadway Dolls. She joins current New York cast members Erik Keiser, Steven Boyd Baker and Sarah Kleeman on 4/30. Sexton joins previously announced guest star Cristin J. Hubbard (Phantom, The Pirate Queen) who returns to the show on 5/7.
This is the second Off-Broadway engagement following last years' sold out, extended run at The Underground. The current engagement has now enjoyed two extensions and is currently on sale through May 7. Performances continue Wednesdays at 8:30pm at Sophies at Broadway, 318 W. 53rd St. between 8th and 9th Avenue. All three creators The current cast also includes Sarah Kleeman and Steven Boyd Baker. Paulini directs and choreographs with musical direction by Lilli Wosk. Sidoli serves as musical consultant and Tony nominee Linda Kline serves as script consultant. The score features contributions from Sam Carner and Derek Gregor, Drew Overcash, Sally Fingerett and Tony nominee Lucy Simon. The run is produced by CEW Productions and Sophies. Tickets ($25-$32.50 in advance, $30-$35 at the Box Office) are available by calling (212) 757-2323, visiting brownpapertickets.com or reserving at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is also available at www.ethanpaulini.com/mama-and-her-boys.
Hubbard and Sexton continue the tradition created for the first run of welcoming Broadway and NYC stars to the show each week. Past guest stars have included Christina Sajous, Nicole Lewis, Bethany Moore, Tracee Beazer, Tory Ross, Eric Riley, Paige Turner and 3 time Emmy nominee Colleen Zenk.
Featuring an eclectic mix of music from virtually all genres, this funny and poignant musical explores the dynamic relationship between mothers, sons and families. Mama and Her Boys premiered in January of 2011. Following critical and commercial success it has enjoyed engagements all over the Northeast and has been enjoyed over 200 performances for thousands of theatregoers including an open ended run in Provincetown, MA from June-October, 2011.