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BWW TV: First Look at John Herrera, Harriett D. Foy, Lilli Cooper and More in Highlights of Goodspeed's LMNOP


Goodspeed Musicals has announced the cast of LMNOP, an edgy new musical about an island whose citizens begin to lose their freedoms one letter at a time. The musical will run from July 25 to August 18 at The Norma Terris Theatre in Chester, Conn. ­- Goodspeed's home for developing fresh, innovative, and original new musicals. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production highlights below!

LMNOP has music by Paul Loesel and a book and lyrics by Scott Burkell.

The cast will feature Harriett D. Foy as Gwenette Minnow Pea. Otto Minnow Pea will be played by Tony-nominated John Herrera. Ella Minnow Pea will be played by Lilli Cooper. Agnes Prather will be played by Stacie Morgain Lewis. Eugenia Prather will be played by Ming-An Fasquelle. Nate Warren will be played by Jared Zirilli. Shubert Greenly/Tad/Lyttle will be played by Aaron Serotsky. The roles of Poppi McGregor/Lug 2/Mimi will be played by Talia Thiesfield. Kevin Melendez will play Zach O'Dare/Lug 1.

Donna Lynne Champlin will play Ruth Greenly/Houston LaGreer. Willy Creevy/Rory/Creighton will be played by Ryan Bauer-Walsh . Peyton Ebert/Lug 3/Percy/Mangrove will be played by Michael Di Liberto. Georgeanne Towgate will be played by Sally Wilfert . Tommy Towgate will be played by Noah Marlowe.

LMNOP will be directed by Joe Calarco. Mr. Calarco is co-artistic director of Breaking Bread Theatre and he is the recipient of the Lucille Lortel Award, two Barrymore Awards, and four Helen Hayes Awards.

The set will be designed by five-time Tony nominee Anna Louizos. Costume design will by Jennifer Caprio. Lighting design will be by Joel Shier. Lynne Shankel of Broadway's Cry-Baby; Company; and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown will serve as Music Supervisor and Orchestrator. Music Direction will be by Julie McBride. Sound Design will be by Jay Hiltonwho.

LMNOP will be produced for Goodspeed Musicals by Michael Price.

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