Beautiful—The Carole King Musical National Tour to Welcome New Principals

National Tour News   Beautiful—The Carole King Musical National Tour to Welcome New Principals
 
The tour plays Denver, Colorado, beginning September 4.
 Dylan S. Wallach and Alison Whitehurst
Dylan S. Wallach and Alison Whitehurst

The North American tour of Beautiful—The Carole King Musical will welcome Dylan S. Wallach as Gerry Goffin and Alison Whitehurst as Cynthia Weil (having previously played Marilyn Wald) when the traveling production resumes September 4 in Denver, Colorado.

The two artists will join Sarah Bockel as Carole King, Jacob Heimer as Barry Mann, James Clow as Don Kirshner, and Suzanne Grodner as Genie Klein.

The ensemble includes McKynleigh Alden Abraham, Ben Biggers, John Michael Dias, Leandra Ellis-Gaston, Kaylee Harwood, Willie Hill, Alia Hodge, James Michael Lambert, Marla Louissaint, Dimitri Joseph Moïse, Aashley Morgan, Deon Releford-Lee, Nathan Andrew Riley, Paul Scanlan, DeAnne Stewart, Michael Stiggers, Jr., Alexis Tidwell, and Elise Vannerson.

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“I am thrilled that Beautiful continues to delight and entertain audiences around the globe, in England, Japan, and Australia, and that we are entering our fourth amazing year of touring the U.S.,” producer Paul Blake said. “We are so grateful that over five million audience members have been entertained by our celebration of Carole's story and her timeless music.”

Since the tour’s launch in September 2015, Beautiful has played 1,130 performances in 82 cities.

With a book by Tony and Oscar nominee Douglas McGrath, direction by Marc Bruni, and choreography by Josh Prince, Beautiful features an array of songs written by Goffin/King and Mann/Weil. The show opened on Broadway in January 2014 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.

For the full tour itinerary, visit BeautifulonBroadway.com.

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