A Sneak Peek at The Music Man starring Norm Lewis, Jessie Mueller, and Rosie O’Donnell

Photos   A Sneak Peek at The Music Man starring Norm Lewis, Jessie Mueller, and Rosie O’Donnell
 
The Broadway Center Stage production, directed by Marc Bruni, is set to begin performances at the Kennedy Center February 6.
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Norm Lewis and cast Marc J. Franklin

Broadway Center Stage’s production of The Music Man, starring Rosie O’Donnell, Norm Lewis, and Jessie Mueller, is set to begin performances at the Kennedy Center February 6. The semi-staged concert production, directed by Marc Bruni with choreography by Chris Bailey, is scheduled to play a limited engagement through February 11.

The Tony-winning Best Musical, with music, book, and lyrics by Meredith Willson, follows traveling salesman Harold Hill as he cons the people of River City, Iowa, into paying for a new marching band. His plans to skip town are foiled when he falls for Marian, the town librarian. The classic score features such standards as “76 Trombones,” “’Till There Was You,” and “Trouble.”

Flip through photos of the rehearsal below:

Rounding out the cast are Tony nominee John Cariani (The Band’s Visit, Something Rotten!) as Marcellus Washburn, Tony nominee Veanne Cox (An American in Paris, Company) as Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn, Tony nominee David Pittu (The Front Page, Is He Dead?) as Charlie Cowell, Damon Gillespie (Aladdin, Newsies) as Tommy Djilas, Eloise Kropp (Cats, Dames at Sea) as Zaneeta Shinn, Sam Middleton (Les Misérables) as Winthrop Paroo, and Emmy Elizabeth Liu-Wang as Amaryllis.

The company will also include Tessa Grady, Arlo Hill, Todd Horman, Denis Lambert, Liz McCartney, Hayley Podschun, Katerina Papacostas, Blakely Slaybaugh, Jimmy Smagula, Ryan Steele, Daryl Tofa, Diana Vaden, and Nicholas Ward.

The production will feature music direction by James Moore, set and projection design by Paul dePoo, costume designe by Amy Clark, lighting design by Cory Pattak, and sound design by Tony Award winner Kai Harada.

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