The cast includes Ryann Redmond (Tracy Turnblad), Christopher J. Hanke (Corny Collins), Liz Mikel (Motormouth Maybelle), Lara Teeter (Wilber Turnblad), Heather Ayers (Velma Von Tussle), Bob Amaral (Harriman F. Spritzer/Principal/Mr. Pinky/Guard), Taylor Louderman (Amber Von Tussle), Charlotte Maltby (Penny Pingleton), John Battagliese (Link Larkin), Gerald Caesar (Seaweed J. Stubbs), Jenn Harris (Prudy Pingleton/Gym Teacher/Matron) and Kennedy Holmes (Little Inez).
The ensemble comprises Niani Feelings, Lili Froehlich, Berklea Going, Wonza Johnson, Zachary Daniel Jones, Alex Larson, Jada Mayo, Kalia Medeiros, Lindsay Moore, JJ Niemann, Drew Redington, Nasia Thomas, Brinie Wallace, Brion Marquis Watson, Jerome D. Wells and Sharrod Williams.
Hairspray tells the story of lovable teen Tracy Turnblad who reaches for her dream of performing on the Corny Collins TV dance show in 1960s Baltimore, with hopes of helping to integrate the show in the process. Based on the 1988 John Waters film of the same name, Hairspray features songs such as “Good Morning Baltimore,” “It Takes Two,” “I Know Where I’ve Been” and “You Can’t Stop The Beat!”
Here's a look at the production:
Bryan Batt, Ryann Redmond, Taylor Louderman, Christopher J. Hanke Dance Into The Muny's Hairspray
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