Photo Flash: First Look At Lana Schwartz In ENDANGERED! THE MUSICAL

By: Nov. 10, 2017
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ENDANGERED!, the hit family musical which recently extended its run at the Davenport Theatre (354 West 45th Street), is now welcoming a new star with a surprise gender swap of the show's leading character. Lana Schwartz will be the new kid at the zoo, taking on the role of Livvy Lovewell- previously named Levi Lovewell and played by original cast member, Theo Errig.

Schwartz is a 7th grader at the Professional Performing Arts School. Other favorite credits include: Annie in Annie, Little Red in Into the Woods, Gretyl in Sound of Music, Ali in the reading of the upcoming new political musical One House Two House Red House Blue House, and starring opposite Keith Stanfield in the award-winning short film Tracks. You can visit and follow her on Instagram: Lana_N.Y

In addition to Schwartz, the Endangered! cast currently includes Maggie Ronck as Janie Goodall, Dana Scurlock as Bam-Boo the Superstar Panda, Nate Rocke as Einstein the Bird Brain Whooping Crane, Ani Djirdjirian as Sita the Noble Cheetah, Nicolette Shin as G-Low the Golden Tamarin, Connor Delves as Crankee the Rockin Crocodile, Darius Delkas Snoop the Spotted Skunk, and Josh Vidal as the Male Swing.

Tickets are $25, $49.75, and $69.75 (premium) and can be purchased by visiting

Performance Schedule: Saturdays at 11:00am and 3:00pm

Check website for updates: Endangered! runs 75 minutes no intermission.

Check out photos of Schwartz below:


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