Jenn Colella, Kyle Scatliffe, Natalie Toro, More Set for Reading of The Tin Woman Musical

Readings and Workshops   Jenn Colella, Kyle Scatliffe, Natalie Toro, More Set for Reading of The Tin Woman Musical
 
Amy Corcoran will direct the presentation of the new work.
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An industry reading of the new musical The Tin Woman, based on Sean Grennan's play of the same name, will be presented in Manhattan December 13.

Directed by Amy Corcoran, the reading will feature Tony nominee Jenn Colella as Joy, Joel Hatch as Hank, Kyle Scatliffe as Jack, Natalie Toro as Alice, Audrey Cardwell as Sammy, and Angela Grovey as Darla.

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Kyle Scatliffe Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

The Tin Woman has a book by original author Grennan, music by Anne and Ian Eisendrath, and lyrics by Anne Eisendrath and Grennan.

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The musical concerns Joy, who is reeling in the wake of an unexpected heart transplant, and finds herself drawn to contact the donor’s family. A tempestuous meeting ensues, resulting in a roller-coaster of tears, laughter, and healing.

The reading, presented by The Fourth Act, is managed by Alchemy Production Group.

Colella has been a special guest performer on Playbill Travel’s Broadway on the High Seas cruises. Cabins are now on sale for Broadway in the Great Northwest, Playbill Travel’s first domestic cruise featuring Kate Baldwin, Tedd Firth, Aaron Lazar, and Faith Prince (April 26–May 4, 2020), and for Broadway on the Mediterranean (August 31–September 7, 2020), featuring Audra McDonald, Will Swenson, Gavin Creel, Caissie Levy and Lindsay Mendez, and for Broadway on the Nile (December 27, 2020–January 7, 2021), with performers soon to be announced. To book a suite or stateroom, call Playbill Travel at 866-455-6789 or visit PlaybillTravel.com.

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