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Photos: Go Inside Opening Night of A SHERLOCK CAROL at New World Stages

See photos of Aneesa Folds, Ann Harada, Robert Cuccioli, Schuler Hensley and more.

Last night A Sherlock Carol opened at New World Stages (340 West 50th Street) for a limited holiday engagement through January 1, 2023.

See photos from opening night below!

It was a spirited affair with Aneesa Folds (Freestyle Love Supreme), Ann Harada (Into the Woods), Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde) & Laila Robbins ("The Walking Dead"), Schuler Hensley (The Music Man), producer and stage manager Cody Renard Richard, playwright Douglas Carter Beane & composer Lewis Flinn, Michael McGrath (Plaza Suite), and Jay O. Sanders (Uncle Vanya).


And of course the cast and creative team including stars Drew McVety, Allen Gilmore, Dan Domingues, Joanna Carpenter, Isabel Keating, Mark Price, Joe Delafield, Alexandra Kopko, Byron St. Cyr, playwright/director Mark Shanahan and resident director Jen Waldman, and producers Laura Z. Barket, Ray Bokhour, Fred Lassen, McVety, and their families.

Photo credit: Sydney Goodwin for MurphyMade

A Sherlock Carol
Laura Barket and Mark Shanahan

A Sherlock Carol
Ann Harada

A Sherlock Carol
Christine Dwyer, Fred Lassen, Matt DeAngelis, and Schuler Hensley

A Sherlock Carol
Aneesa Folds and Cody Renard Richard

A Sherlock Carol
Laila Robbins and Robert Cuccioli

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John Gromada and Barbara Cohig

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Anissa Felix

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Douglas Carter Beane and Lewis Flinn

A Sherlock Carol
Aneesa Folds, Emily McGill, and Cody Renard Richard

A Sherlock Carol
Jen Waldman and Mark Shanahan

A Sherlock Carol
Jen Waldman, Cate Shanahan, and Mark Shanahan

A Sherlock Carol
Michael McGrath

A Sherlock Carol
Fred Lassen, Laura Z. Barket, and Drew McVety

A Sherlock Carol
Emily McGill and Victoria Weinberg

A Sherlock Carol
Kathryn Allison

A Sherlock Carol
Laura Z. Barket

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Isabel Keating, Mark Price, Drew McVety, Allen Gilmore, Joanna Carpenter, and Dan Domingues

A Sherlock Carol
The cast

A Sherlock Carol
Byron St. Cyr, Dan Domingues, Joanna Carpenter, Allen Gilmore, Drew McVety, Isabel Keating, Mark Price, Alexandra Kopko, and Joe Delafield

A Sherlock Carol
Dan Domingues, Joanna Carpenter, Allen Gilmore, Drew McVety, Isabel Keating, and Mark Price

A Sherlock Carol
Joanna Carpenter

A Sherlock Carol
Dan Domingues

A Sherlock Carol
Drew McVety

A Sherlock Carol
Mark Price

A Sherlock Carol
Allen Gilmore

A Sherlock Carol
Isabel Keating

A Sherlock Carol
Allen Gillmore and Drew McVety

A Sherlock Carol
Alexandra Kopko

A Sherlock Carol
Byron St. Cyr

A Sherlock Carol
Joe Delafield

A Sherlock Carol
Fred Lassen, Laura Z. Barket, Mark Shanahan, and Drew McVety

A Sherlock Carol
Laura Z. Barket, Joanna Carpenter, Dan Domingues, Mark Price, Drew McVety, Isabel Keating, Mark Shanahan, Jen Waldman, Allen Gilmore, Alexandra Kopko, Byron St. Cyr, Joe Delafield

A Sherlock Carol
Allen Gilmore, Mark Shanahan

A Sherlock Carol
Raymond Bokhour, Laura Z. Barket, and Drew McVety

A Sherlock Carol
Laura Z. Barket toasts the company with Drew McVety and Raymond Bokhour


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