Avenue Q Tony Nominee Stephanie D'Abruzzo Heads Cast of Greed: A Musical for Our Times, Starting March 19

News   Avenue Q Tony Nominee Stephanie D'Abruzzo Heads Cast of Greed: A Musical for Our Times, Starting March 19
Greed: A Musical for Our Times begins its Off-Broadway, open-ended engagement at New World Stages/Stage 2 March 19 prior to an official opening April 3.

Stephanie D'Abruzzo
Stephanie D'Abruzzo Photo by Meredith Zinner

Written by Michael Roberts and directed by Christopher Scott with music direction and arrangements by Steven Gross, the cast features Avenue Q Tony nominee Stephanie D'Abruzzo with Julia Burrows, Neal Mayer and James Donegan.

"What do Jamie Dimon, Lance Armstrong, Pope Francis and Bernie Madoff have in common?" press notes ask. "They all appear in Greed: A Musical for Our Times... Greed's musical comedy targets range from Ponzi schemes to the not so subtle sales pitches of retirement planners and mortgage bundlers." Song titles include “A Little Juice,” “Inside Information,” “I'll Cheat On My Taxes” and “The Ballad of Jamie Dimon."

The production also has scenic design by Josh Iacovelli, lighting design by Joan Racho-Jansen, costume design by Dustin Cross, sound design by Raymond D. Schilke and casting by Stephanie Klapper Casting. The production stage manager is Kevin Greene.

Michael Roberts is the author, composer and lyricist of the musicals Golf: The Musical and The Fartiste, which played Off-Broadway during the 2011-12 season and won the 2006 FringeNYC Best Musical Award.

Show times are Wednesday at 7 PM and Thursday and Saturday at 8 PM.

Tickets range from $40-$65, with premium seats at $99 and super premium at $499. Rush seats ($30 @ 30 minutes before the show) are also available at the box-office only for all performances. Tickets may be purchased online at Telecharge.com, by phone at (212) 239-6200, or in person at the box office (340 West 50th Street).

For more information visit greedmusical.com.

Today’s Most Popular News:

Blocking belongs
on the stage,
not on websites.

Our website is made possible by
displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

Please consider supporting us by
whitelisting playbill.com with your ad blocker.
Thank you!