Tickets for the new Broadway revival of Man of La Mancha will go on sale through Telecharge on Sept. 23. One week later, on Sept. 30, tickets will be sold through the box office at the Martin Beck Theatre.
The show is to tryout at Washington's National Theatre, Oct. 8-Nov. 10, before beginning previews on Broadway at the Martin Beck Nov. 19. The official opening date is Dec. 5.
Mark Jacoby, Stephen Bogardus, Don Mayo and Natascia Diaz will take key supporting roles in the Broadway revival of Man of La Mancha, which stars Brian Stokes Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Ernie Sabella as Don Quixote, Aldonza and Sancho.
Jonathan Kent, the London director behind such Britain to-Broadway hits as Medea with Diana Rigg and Hamlet with Ralph Fiennes, will be at the helm. Also in the cast are Bradley Dean, Olga Merediz, Frederick B. Owens, Jamie Torcellini, Timothy J. Alex, Andy Blankenbuehler, John Herrera, Jamie Karen, Lorin Latarro, Carlos Lopez, Wilson Mendieta, Gregory Mitchell, Richard Montoya, Michelle Rios, Thom Sesma, Jimmy Smagula, Dennis Stowe and Allyson Tucker.
As previously reported, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza will ride beyond Manhattan following the Dec. 5 Broadway bow of the new revival of Man of La Mancha. The Road Company, a production outfit which books national tours, is advertising a road staging of the Dale Wasserman-Mitch Leigh-Joe Darion musical. The tour will go out sometime during the 2003-04 season.
No official announcement regarding a tour of the Broadway revival has been released.