Casting Now Complete for Broadway's Woman in White

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Complete casting has been announced for the Broadway production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Woman in White.

Richard Todd Adams, Justis Bolding, Lisa Brescia, Roger Dewitt, John Dewar, Patty Goble, Daniel Marcus, Greg Mills and Daniel Torres are the newest additions to the cast of the show, which begins performances Oct. 28 at the Marquis Theatre with an official opening set for Nov. 17.

As previously announced, the cast will be led by Maria Friedman as Marian Halcombe and Michael Ball as Count Fosco with Ron Bohmer (Sir Percival Glyde), Walter Charles (Mr. Farlie), Angela Christian (Anne Catherick), Jill Paice (Laura Fairlie) and Adam Brazier (Walter Hartright). The ensemble also features Laura Dekkers, Courtney Glass, Leah Horowitz, Norman Large, Michael Shawn Lewis, Elizabeth Loyacano, Sean MacLaughlin and Elena Shaddow.

The Woman in White features music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by David Zippel and a book by Charlotte Jones. The remainder of the creative team comprises Trevor Nunn (direction), William Dudley (set and costume design), Paul Pyant (lighting design), Mick Potter (sound design), Wayne McGregor (dance and movement) and Simon Lee (musical supervisor).

The London production — now starring Ruthie Henshall — began previews at the newly refurbished Palace Theatre Aug. 28, 2004, with an official opening Sept. 15. Woman in White was nominated for five Olivier Awards.

According to production notes, The Woman in White concerns "a dashing young man, employed as the art tutor to two devoted sisters, [who] is stranded at a remote railway cutting. Out of the darkness looms a woman, a mysterious figure dressed in white, desperate to share a chilling secret. He and the sisters soon find themselves trapped in a web of betrayal and greed, the victims of a seemingly flawless crime. Together they will need all their resourcefulness and courage to outwit a hugely charismatic and ingenious villain. As the compelling plot twists and turns, low villainy vies with high romance in a world where nothing is as it first appears and where it is impossible to know who to trust." For more information about The Woman in White visit www.womaninwhitethemusical.com. For ticket information, go to www.ticketmaster.com.

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