The Tony nominee reports that they'll join the troupe at the Nederlander Theatre July 30 for six weeks.
A spokesman for the show confirmed the casting May 3.
Pascal and Rapp re-created their stage roles for the film version of the Tony Award-winning and Pulitzer Prize-honored property. Pascal was Tony nominated as Best Actor in a Musical for playing rock singer-songwriter Roger in the La Boheme-inspired 1996 show. Rapp played pal Mark Cohen, an aspiring filmmaker pulled in many directions as his East Village neighborhood and friendships change in the age of AIDS.
Among subsequent gigs, Pascal (himself a musician-singer) would later appear in Broadway's Aida and Rapp played the title character in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown on Broadway.
Larson, the show's young composer-lyricist-librettist, died on the eve of the Off-Broadway bow. The cause was a then-undiagnosed heart ailment.
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