Watch New Footage of Serenbe Playhouse's Vaudeville-Inspired Ragtime

Production Photos   Watch New Footage of Serenbe Playhouse's Vaudeville-Inspired Ragtime
 
The musical, staged under a tent reminiscent of those from early 20th-century Atlantic City, began performances May 8 in Georgia.

Serenbe Playhouse's immersive production of Ragtime began performances in Georgia May 8. The show, directed by Serenbe Artistic Director Brian Clowdus, is scheduled to run through June 9.

Set under a vaudeville tent in Atlantic City, the production will star Marcus Terrell Smith (The Book of Mormon national tour) as Coalhouse Walker Jr. and Nicole Vanessa-Ortiz (Off-Broadway's Smokey Joe's Café) as Sarah, with Jacob S. Louchheim (The Mile-Long Opera) as Tateh.

Flip through photos of the production below:

Additional cast members include Courtney Chappelle as Mother, Daniel Burns as Father, Niki Baddua as Evelyn Nesbit, Ethan Hall as Harry Houdini, Chase Davidson as Younger Brother, Lilliangina Quiñones as Emma Goldman, Jeremy Skidmore as Grandfather, Pilot Bunch as The Little Boy, Elyse Corbett as The Little Girl, Tetrianna Beasley as Sarah’s Friend, Chris Saltalamacchio as Henry Ford, Aaron Schilling as J.P. Morgan, Adam Washington as Booker T. Washington, and Jeremy Gee as Willie Conklin.

Rounding out the ensemble are C.J. Babb, Ally Duncan, Destiny Freeman, Arielle Geller, Alexandria Joy, Karley Rene, Matthew Salvatore, and Terrence Smith.

Bubba Carr serves as choreographer with Chris Brent Davis as music director. Other creative team members include set designer Ryan Howell, lighting designer Miranda DeBusk, sound designer Rob Brooksher, and costume designer Clare Parker. Mark Warner will serve as technical director, with Jake Guinn as stunt coordinator and Joel Coady as director of production.

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