Sergio Trujillo to Choreograph Baranski Mame at Kennedy Center

News   Sergio Trujillo to Choreograph Baranski Mame at Kennedy Center Sergio Trujillo, currently represented on Broadway with All Shook Up, in which he provided "Additional Choreography," will create the dances for the Christine Baranski production of Mame when it plays the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts next season, the choreographer told Playbill.com columnist Harry Haun.

The Tony-nominated 1966 musical about the free-spirited Mame Dennis and her young nephew Patrick will be directed by Eric Schaeffer. Mame will be presented at the Eisenhower Theater, Feb. 18-March 26, 2006. Baranski, who starred as Mrs. Lovett in the Kennedy Center's mounting of Sweeney Todd, won her two Tony Awards for her performances in Rumors and The Real Thing. The Jerry Herman musical is just one of many productions announced by Michael Kaiser — President of the Kennedy Center — for the 2005-2006 season. The season will kick off with the eagerly awaited tour of Stephen Schwartz's Wicked, Dec. 21, 2005-Jan. 15, 2006. The musical will play the Kennedy Center's Opera House, as will the tour of another Broadway musical, Little Women. The latter will play the Opera House June 27-July 23, 2006.