Video: 'Mama Who Bore Me (Reprise)' From SPRING AWAKENING at 5th Avenue Theatre

Performances run June 7-30, 2024.

By: May. 16, 2024
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Take a peek into the rehearsal room of Spring Awakening and watch this clip of "Mama Who Bore Me (Reprise)" performed by Ciara Alyse Harris, Anabel Chacón, Caitlin Sarwono, Lauren Drake, and Anteia DeLaney. Check out the video here!

Performances run June 7-30, 2024.

Spring Awakening is an electrifying journey through the trials and challenges of adolescence, with music by Duncan Sheik. Winner of eight Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, the story explores the mystery of attraction, desire, sex, insecurity, and the highs and lows of navigating the pressures of young adult life. With a score of contemporary rock music that transformed the way Broadway thinks about musicals, Spring Awakening is a poignant and thrilling ride that stings with resonance for today’s youth.

The cast is filled with fresh, young talent, many of whom are making their debut at The 5th Avenue Theatre. Taking on the lead roles of Wendla and Melchior are Caitlin Sarwono and Ricky Spaulding. Audiences may remember Sarwono as the Ariel Understudy from Disney’s The Little Mermaid this past fall. Spaulding was most recently seen in The Bed Trick at Seattle Shakespeare. Joining Sarwono and Spaulding are Alexander Kilian (Sweeney Todd) as Moritz, Dedra D. Woods as The Adult Woman, Lauren Drake as Ilse, Michael Sharon (White Christmas) as The Adult Men, Anabel Chacón as Thea, Andrew Knickerbocker as Pit Singer, Anteia DeLaney as Anna, Ciara Alyse Harris as Martha, CJ Lorentz as Otto, Isaiah “Roze” Hsu as Georg, James Schilling as Hanschen, Sage Suzerris as Ernst, and Sophie Bee Kashman as Pit Singer. Also included in the cast are Beth DeVries, Donovan Mahannah, Drew Bates, Lucas Delamarter, Megan May Chang, Nina Romano, and Richard Nguyen Sloniker

Joining director Santos on the artistic team are associate director - fight & intimacy Ian Bond, associate director Nicholas Bernard, choreographer Katy Tabb, associate choreographer Alyza DelPan-Monley, music director R.J. Tancioco, associate music director Aimee Hong, music assistant Andrew Pang, keyboard coordinator Michael Matlock, scenic designer Matthew Smucker, associate scenic designer Julia Welch, costume designer Danielle Nieves, costume design assistant Taya Pyne, lighting designer Ben Zamora, associate lighting designer Maryalice Weed, sound designer Justin Stasiw, associate sound designer Liam Steckler, hair/wig & makeup designer Jason Goldsberry, dramaturg Erin Bednarz, and dramaturg and curriculum specialist Beth Pollack. The stage management team is led by production stage manager JR Welden, assistant stage managers Erin B. Zatloka and Jamie J. Kranz, swing stage manager Stina Lotti, season production assistant Rachel Miller, and production assistant Larcyn Burnett. 


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