Curtains Will Reveal Erin Davie Beginning Feb. 15

News   Curtains Will Reveal Erin Davie Beginning Feb. 15 Grey Gardens star Erin Davie will join the cast of Curtains, Broadway's murder mystery musical comedy, Feb. 15, replacing Jill Paice, who is London-bound to star in the musical Gone With the Wind.

Davie will play ingénue Niki Harris, love interest to Tony Award winner David Hyde Pierce's police detective. Paice will play her final performance on Feb. 3.

 

Erin Davie in The Glorious Ones
photo by Joan Marcus

Before joining Curtains, Davie will play the role of Eve Harrington in Applause at Encores!, opposite two-time Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole. Last season, Davie made her Broadway debut starring opposite Ebersole as young "Little" Edie Beale in the critically acclaimed Broadway musical, Grey Gardens. Applause plays Feb. 7-10 at New York City Center.

Davie's most recent Manhattan credit is the New York City premiere of the Lynn Ahrens-Stephen Flaherty musical, The Glorious Ones. She'll be heard on that show's cast album, to be released this summer. Davie also sang on the Broadway cast album of Grey Gardens. She has appeared as a featured soloist with the Boston Pops and has a BFA in Theatre from Boston Conservatory.

Curtains, by Rupert Holmes, John Kander and Fred Ebb, based on a libretto by Peter Stone, plays the Al Hirschfeld Theatre, 302 West 45th Street. *

Curtains stars 2007 Tony Award winner and four-time Emmy Award winner David Hyde Pierce as Lt. Frank Cioffi and Tony and Emmy Award winner Debra Monk as producer Carmen Bernstein. The production also stars Tony Award winner Karen Ziemba as lyricist Georgia Hendricks, Jason Danieley as composer Aaron Fox, Jill Paice as ingénue Niki Harris and Edward Hibbert as director Christopher Belling, with John Bolton as theatre critic Daryl Grady, Michael X. Martin as stage manager Johnny Harmon, Michael McCormick as investor Oscar Shapiro, Noah Racey as choreographer Bobby Pepper, Megan Sikora as understudy Bambi Bernét and Gerry Vichi as producer Sidney Bernstein.

The 31-member cast also features Nili Bassman (Arlene Barucca), Bridget Berger (Roberta Wooster), Kevin Bernard (Roy Stetson/Detective O'Farrell), Ward Billeisen (Brick Hawvermale), Jennifer Dunne (Jan Setler), David Eggers (Swing), J. Austin Eyer (Swing), Jennifer Frankel (Marjorie Cook), Patty Goble (Jessica Cranshaw/Connie Subbotin), Lorin Lattaro (Swing), Shannon Lewis (Mona Page), David Loud (Sasha Iljinsky), Brittany Marcin (Peg Prentice), Jim Newman (Randy Dexter), Aaron Ramey (Harv Fremont), Joe Aaron Reid (Ronnie Driscoll), Christopher Spaulding (Russ Cochran), Jerome Vivona (Swing) and Stephanie Youell (Swing).

Producers are Roger Berlind, Roger Horchow, Daryl Roth, Jane Bergère, Ted Hartley and Center Theatre Group.