Broadway Revival of Carousel Closes September 16

Broadway News   Broadway Revival of Carousel Closes September 16
 
The Jack O'Brien-helmed production stars Tony winner Jessie Mueller and Tony nominee Joshua Henry.
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Joshua Henry and Jessie Mueller Joseph Marzullo/WENN

The 2018 Broadway revival of Carousel offer its final ride September 16. The production, directed by Jack O'Brien ends its run at the Imperial Theatre after officially opening April 12.

The production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical stars Tony winner Jessie Mueller as Julie Jordan, Joshua Henry as Billy Bigelow, Rosena M. Hill Jackson as Nettie Fowler (opera star Renée Fleming took her final bow September 2), Lindsay Mendez as Carrie Pipperidge, Alexander Gemignani as Enoch Snow, Margaret Colin as Mrs. Mullin, and John Douglas Thompson as the Starkeeper.

Mendez earned a Tony Award in June for her performance, as did choreographer Justin Peck. The revival received nine additional nominations.

Read: HOW JUSTIN PECK REVOLUTIONIZES CAROUSEL'S CHOREOGRAPHY FOR 2018

Rounding out the company are Brittany Pollack, Colin Anderson, Yesenia Ayala, Nicholas Belton, Colin Bradbury, Andrei Chagas, Derrick Davis, Leigh-Ann Esty, Laura Feig, David Michael Garry, Amy Justman, Cory Lingner, Skye Mattox, Matt Meigs, Kelly McCormick, Anna Noble, Adriana Pierce, Rebecca Pitcher, David Prottas, Craig Salstein, Ahmad Simmons, Corey John Snide, Erica Spyres, Ryan Steele, Sam Strasfeld, Halli Toland, Ricky Ubeda, Scarlett Walker, Jacob Keith Watson, and William Youmans.

The creative team for the new production (the first Broadway mounting in over 20 years) includes set designer Santo Loquasto, costume designer Ann Roth, lighting designer Brian MacDevitt, sound designer Scott Lehrer, orchestrator Jonathan Tunick, and musical director Andy Einhorn.

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