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Sondheim's ROAD SHOW Opens Tonight, 11/18

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ROAD SHOW is a new musical featuring music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by John Weidman, and direction and scenic design by John Doyle. The cast of 17 will feature Michael Cerveris and Alexander Gemignani as the two Mizner brothers. ROAD SHOW will run through Sunday, December 28 with an official press opening tonight Tuesday, November 18.  

Spanning 40 years from the Alaskan Gold Rush to the Florida real estate boom in the ‘30s, ROAD SHOW is the story of two brothers whose quest for the American dream turns into a test of morality and judgment that changes their lives in unexpected ways.

The cast of ROAD SHOW features Michael Cerveris (John Doyle's Sweeney Todd on Broadway) as Wilson Mizner; Alma Cuervo (Wicked National Tour) as Mama; Aisha de Haas (Caroline, or Change on Broadway) in the Ensemble; Claybourne Elder (White Widow at Times Square Art Center) as Hollis; Colleen Fitzpatrick (Mother Courage and Her Children at Shakespeare in the Park) in the Ensemble; David Garry (John Doyle's Company on Broadway) as a Swing; Alexander Gemignani (John Doyle's Sweeney Todd on Broadway) as Addison Mizner; Mylinda Hull (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels on Broadway) in the Ensemble; Mel Johnson, Jr. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) in the Ensemble; Orville Mendoza (Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare in the Park) in the Ensemble; Anne L. Nathan (Sunday in the Park With George on Broadway) in the Ensemble; Tom Nelis (Iphigenia 2.0 at Signature) in the Ensemble; William Parry (Passion on Broadway) as Papa; Matt Stocke (The Wedding Singer on Broadway) in the Ensemble; Katrina Yaukey (John Doyle's Company on Broadway) as a Swing; William Youmans (The Farnsworth Invention on Broadway) in the Ensemble; and Kristine Zbornik (A Catered Affair on Broadway) in the Ensemble.

ROAD SHOW will feature scenic design by John Doyle; costume design by Ann Hould-Ward; lighting design by Jane Cox; sound design by Dan Moses Schreier; orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick; and musical direction by Mary-Mitchell Campbell.


Alexander Gemignani and Michael Cerveris

Photo by Joan Marcus


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