Joining previously announced Tony nominee Rob McClure, Brynn O'Malley and Emmy and Golden Globe Award nominee Tony Danza will be David Josefsberg, Tony Award nominee Nancy Opel and Matthew Saldivar. The Broadway premiere reunites all six principal actors who appeared in the acclaimed world premiere of the new musical at Paper Mill Playhouse.
Ensemble casting will be announced in the coming weeks.
In addition to director Gary Griffin and choreographer Denis Jones, the creative team will feature three-time Tony Award nominee Anna Louizos (scenic design), Emmy Award winner Brian C. Hemesath (costume design), Tony Award winner Howell Binkley (lighting design), Tony Award winner Scott Lehrer and Drama Desk Award winner Drew Levy (sound design), Tony and Grammy Award winner Don Sebesky (orchestrations), Larry Blank and Charlie Rosen (additional orchestrations), Tom Murray (music director) and Charles G. LaPointe (hair and wig design).
Honeymoon in Vegas has a book by "Blazing Saddles" and "Fletch" writer Andrew Bergman and a score by three-time Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown. The musical, according to press notes, "tells the story of Jack Singer (Rob McClure), a regular guy with an extreme fear of marriage, who finally gets up the nerve to ask his girlfriend Betsy (Brynn O'Malley) to marry him. But when they head to Las Vegas to get hitched, smooth talking gambler Tommy Korman (Tony Danza), looking for a second chance at love, falls head over heels for Betsy. What happens next is anybody's bet!"
The Broadway musical is produced by Dena Hammerstein; Roy Gabay; Rich Entertainment Group; Dan Farah; Metro Card, Inc.; Dan Frishwasser; King's Leaves LLC; Leslie Greif/Thom Beers; Suzi Dietz & Lenny Beer; Howard Hoffman/Anna Czekaj; Important Musicals LLC; Sharon Karmazin; Krauss Freitag/Boyle Koenigsberg; L.G. Scott; Rick Steiner; Martin Markinson; Ruth Hendel/Ken Greiner; in association with Paper Mill Playhouse. Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster.com or by calling (877) 250-2929. Tickets will be available in person at the Brooks Atkinson box office (256 West 47th Street) beginning Oct. 20. Ticket prices range from $69-$152.