Falsettos Tony Nominee Stephanie J. Block Joins Star-Studded Cast of City Center Brigadoon

Off-Broadway News   Falsettos Tony Nominee Stephanie J. Block Joins Star-Studded Cast of City Center Brigadoon
 
The limited engagement, starring Kelli O'Hara and Patrick Wilson, runs November 15–19.
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Stephanie J. Block Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Stephanie J. Block, a 2017 Tony nominee for her portrayal of Trina in the revival of Falsettos, has joined the cast of New York City Center’s upcoming gala presentation of Brigadoon. The actor will play the role of Meg Brockie, replacing the previously announced Heidi Blickenstaff.

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Kelli O'Hara Laura Marie Duncan

Block will appear alongside the previously reported Tony winner Kelli O’Hara, Tony nominees Patrick Wilson and Robert Fairchild, and Aasif Mandvi.

Read: AASIF MANDVI JOINS KELLI O'HARA AND PATRICK WILSON FOR CITY CENTER'S BRIGADOON

The November 15 gala event will honor Tony-winning Dear Evan Hansen producer and City Center Board co-chairman Stacey Mindich. Additional performances are set for November 16–19.

Christopher Wheeldon will direct and choreograph the concert staging; Music Director Rob Berman will lead the Encores! Orchestra.

Block has also appeared on Broadway in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (for which she earned her first Tony nomination), The Boy From Oz, The Pirate Queen, Wicked, 9 to 5, and Anything Goes. On screen, she can be seen in a recurring role on the upcoming NBC series Rise.

Brigadoon premiered on Broadway in 1947 and tells the story of Tommy (Wilson) and Jeff (Mandvi), two American tourists who happen upon a peculiar Scottish village that only appears for one day every 100 years: Brigadoon. Among the residents of this village is Fiona (O'Hara), a young woman who immediately catches the eye of Tommy.

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