The cast is led by Ben Davis (Curly), Christine Cornish Smith (Laurey), Alexander Gemignani (Jud Fry), Clyde Alves (Will Parker), Jenni Barber (Ado Annie), Nehal Joshi (Ali Hakim) and Tony winner Beth Leavel as Aunt Eller.
The ensemble includes Kyle Nicholas Anderson, Drew Battles, Michael Baxter, Anna Blair, Brandon Block, Stephen Brower, Enrique Brown, Colby Dezelick, Matt Faucher, Sally Glaze, Tanya Haglund, Erika Hebron, Steve Isom, Kate Arrington Johnson, Audrey Kennedy, Joe Longthorne, Ben Nordstrom, Tanner Pflueger, Blakely Slaybaugh, April Strelinger, Karilyn Ashley Surratt, Emily Tate, Shaver Tillitt, Zoe Vonder Haar, Scarlett Walker and Keaton Whittaker.
This Rodgers and Hammerstein favorite features such classic songs as “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’,” “The Surrey With the Fringe on Top,” “People Will Say We’re in Love” and the title song.
The limited engagement has scenic design by Michael Schweikardt, with costume design by Amy Clark, lighting design by John Lasiter, sound design by John Shivers and Hugh Sweeney and video design by Rob Denton. Wig design is by John Metzner, and the production stage manager is Monica Dickhens.
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