Off-Broadway Premiere of New Musical Comedy I Spy a Spy Opens July 18

Off-Broadway News   Off-Broadway Premiere of New Musical Comedy I Spy a Spy Opens July 18
 
Bill Castellino directs the limited engagement.
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Cast of I Spy A Spy Russ Rowland

The Off-Broadway premiere of I Spy A Spy, a new musical comedy, officially opens July 18 following previews that began July 6 at The Theatre at St. Clement’s.

The production, directed and choreographed by Bill Castellino (Cagney, Desperate Measures), will continue through September 21.

The cast includes Grace Choi (Avenue Q), Emma Degerstedt (Desperate Measures), James Donegan (Forbidden Broadway), Taylor Fields (Holiday Inn), Andrew Mayer (The Great Comet), Frankie Paparone (Shrek The Musical), Hazel Anne Raymundo (Avenue Q), Nicole Paloma Sarro (In the Heights national tour), Lawrence E. Street (Carmen Jones), Sorab Wadia (Kite Runner), John Wascavage (Murder for Two national tour), and Bruce Warren (The Road to Qatar).

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With lyrics by Jamie Jackson and music by SoHee Youn (and a book by both), I Spy a Spy is set in Hell's Kitchen, where José Rodriguez, an undocumented Mexican delivery guy, has an American Dream—to become "a someone." Alina Orlova, a beautiful but inept Russian spy, also has an American Dream—to bring down America and to save the family's "Fluff N' Fold!" Jose and Alina embark on a wild adventure to fulfill their destinies.

The creative team features musical director Dan Pardo, set designer James Morgan, costume designer Tyler Holland, lighting designer Michael Gottlieb, sound designer Dave Ferdinand, associate director Joseph Hayward, and assistant choreographer Victoria Casillo. Casting is by Michael Cassara, CSA.

(Updated July 18, 2019)

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