George Abud, Lesli Margherita, and More to Join Presentations for DANGEROUS

George Abud, Lesli Margherita, and More to Join Presentations for DANGEROUS

Producer Neal Rubinstein announced today that the Broadway-aimed new musical DANGEROUS will receive upcoming presentations this spring. On Monday, March 19, the cast of DANGEROUS will perform the songs of DANGEROUS in concert at the National Arts Club (15 Gramercy Park South) at 8pm. On Thursday, April 5, DANGEROUS will perform two staged industry readings at 11am and 3pm at the Tony Kiser Theater (305 West 43rd Street). DANGEROUS features a book and music by John C. Introcaso and lyrics by Michael Colby and John C. Introcaso. Musical supervision and arrangements are by Phil Reno. DANGEROUS will be directed by Denis Jones.

The cast of DANGEROUS will include George Abud* (The Visit), Brandon Andrus (Side Show), Michael Brian Dunn* (Doctor Zhivago), Benjamin Eakeley (She Loves Me), Scott Richard Foster (Forbidden Broadway: Comes Out Swinging), Trisha Jeffrey (Motown: The Musical - 1st National Tour), Eddie Korbich* (A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder), Storm Lineberger (The Phantom of the Opera - National Tour), Olivier Award-winner Lesli Margherita (Matilda the Musical), Michael McCormick (Hello, Dolly!), Martin Milnes (Now We Are Sixty), N'Kenge (Motown the Musical), Emily Padgett (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), James Rana* (The Band's Visit), Sarah Jane Shanks (Cats), Ryan Silverman (Side Show), Madison Stratton (Baby), and Price Waldman (A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder). The production stage manager is Eileen F. Haggerty. Casting is by Binder Casting, part of RWS Entertainment Group.

* Actor will perform on Thursday, April 5 only.

Desire and deception dance hand-in-hand to the alluring sound of jazz in DANGEROUS, a new Broadway-bound musical. DANGEROUS unfolds where the smoke of a nightclub meets the shadow of an impending world war. Set to a jazz score, it tells the story of a gangster who finds himself on a critical mission - with enemies hot on his heels and detectives on the case! As his tale of international intrigue travels from 1930's Shubert Alley to Cairo and back, the mystery twists and curves, and the stakes get higher! More than just a whodunit, DANGEROUS will keep you guessing who can (or can't?) be trusted at every turn!

Seating is limited. To RSVP for the National Arts Club concert only, please email theatre@thenationalartsclub.org. To inquire about seating for the industry readings, please email dangerousrsvp@gmail.com.

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