Photo Exclusive: From Page to Stage, See How the Talented Teens of Beacon School Took on Caroline, or Change

News   Photo Exclusive: From Page to Stage, See How the Talented Teens of Beacon School Took on Caroline, or Change
 
The Beacon School on the Upper West Side recently presented the NYC high school premiere of Jeanine Tesori and Tony Kushner's Tony-nominated masterpiece Caroline, or Change. Leading lady Marla Louissaint and head of sound/"Crew Dad" Rob Silverman-Ascher documented this monumental undertaking for Playbill.com. See what happens when a group of incredible students goes 16 feet beneath the sea!

Jo Ann M. Cimato directed a cast featuring Marla Louissaint as Caroline Thibodeaux, Fineman as Noah Gellman, Leslie Gaines as Rose Stopnick, Leo Miranda as Stuart Gellman, Michaella Estevez as Emmie Thibodeaux, Anarelis Ramirez as Dotty Moffett, Emmeline Newland as The Washing Machine, Rudy Bamenga as The Dryer/ The Bus, Willa Grace Moore as The Moon, David Barber as Mr. Stopnick, Nina Bloomgarden as Grandma Gellman, Atticus Koizumi as Grandpa Gellman, Brandon Millington as Joe Thibodeaux, Trust Dowd as Jackie Thibodeaux, Senegal Mabry as Navy Man/ Larry Thibodeaux and Taliyah Holder as Young Caroline. Sarah-Kristen Vazquez, Molly Dore and Nicole Onwuka are The Radio.

Caroline, or Change premiered at the Public Theater in 2003, under the direction of George C. Wolfe. The musical transferred to Broadway in 2004 where it received Tony nominations for Best Musical, Best Book, Best Score, Best Actress (Tonya Pinkins), Best Featured Actress (Anika Noni Rose) and Best Direction. Rose earned a Tony Award for her performance. The production later earned the Olivier Award for Best New Musical when it premiered in London in 2007.

View the Playbillder Page for the production.

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