Jeremy Jordan, Teal Wicks, Bobby Conte Thornton, More Set for Reading of New Musical In the Light, A Faustian Tale

Readings and Workshops   Jeremy Jordan, Teal Wicks, Bobby Conte Thornton, More Set for Reading of New Musical In the Light, A Faustian Tale
 
The musical features a score by Michael Mott with a book by Nathan Wright and Justin Silvestri.
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Jeremy Jordan Marc J. Franklin

Jeff Whiting will direct an industry reading of the new musical In the Light, a Faustian Tale April 5 in New York City.

Tony nominee Jeremy Jordan, who will soon return to Broadway in the hit musical Waitress, will play Johann Faustus alongside Teal Wicks (The Cher Show), Bobby Conte Thornton (A Bronx Tale), Sofia Deler (2018 Jimmy Award winner), and Antonio Cipriano (Jagged Little Pill).

This original retelling of the Faust legend features music and lyrics by Michael Mott with a book by Nathan Wright and Justin Silvestri.

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Teal Wicks Joseph Marzullo/WENN

The cast will be completed by Enrique Acevedo, Brandon Contreras, Janet Dickinson, Kevin Gardner, Cooper Grodin, Tally Sessions, Karla Shook, Laura Yen Solito, and Lindsay Rider.

Waitress’ Shoshana Bean and Jeremy Jordan Meet the Press

In In the Light, which is inspired by the Faust legends, audiences are taken on a journey from the bloody courts of the Medieval Inquisition to the magical center of the universe.

The reading will have music direction by Joshua Zecher-Ross and arrangements by Mott, Zecher-Ross, and Jeff Theiss. The stage management team includes Michael T. Clarkston, Michelle Scalpone, and Rachel Shuford.

Tony-winning executive producer Greg Schaffert is joined by general manager Dean Carpenter. Casting is by Tara Rubin Casting (Kaitlin Shaw, C.S.A).

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