An Exclusive First Look at Shenandoah at Serenbe Playhouse

Photos   An Exclusive First Look at Shenandoah at Serenbe Playhouse
 
The immersive production, starring American Idol winner Taylor Hicks and Rachel Potter, will begin performances in Atlanta March 13.
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Rachel Potter, Taylor Hick, and cast of Shenendoah BreeAnne Clowdus

Serenbe Playhouse’s immersive staging of Shenandoah is set to begin performances in Atlanta March 13. The production, starring American Idol Season 5 winner Taylor Hicks and The X Factor finalist Rachel Potter, is scheduled to run through April 7.

Hicks, who also appeared in the 2007 Broadway revival of Grease, will play Charlie Anderson, with Potter (Evita, The Addams Family) as Anne Anderson.

Directed by Serenbe Artistic Director Brian Clowdus, Shenandoah will be set in the midst of a Civil War re-enactment incorporating more than 100 soldiers, horses, and canon fire to sweep audiences into the story.

Flip through promo photos of the show below:

The cast of Shenandoah will also feature Caleb Baumann (Gabriel), Daniel Burns (James Anderson), Chase Davidson (Jacob Anderson), Pilot Bunch (Boy Anderson), Sophie DeLeo (Jenny Anderson), Jeremy Gee (John Anderson), Cullen Gray (Nathan Anderson), Jordan Patrick (Sam), Aaron Schilling (Henry Anderson), Jeremy Skidmore (Rev. Byrd). The ensemble is made up of Andrew Andersen, Alden Burroughs, Brady Dunn, Destiny Freeman, Alexandria Joy, Karley Rene, and Terrence Smith.

The creative team for Shenandoah includes Bubba Carr (choreography), Chris Brent Davis (music director), Adam Koch (scenic designer), Joel Coady (lighting designer/director of production), Rob Brooksher (sound designer), Emmie Thompson (costume designer), Mark Warner (technical director), and Jake Guinn (stunt coordinator). Casting is by Binder Casting.

Visit serenbeplayhouse.com.

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