Watch Scenes From Signature’s A Little Night Music

Video   Watch Scenes From Signature’s A Little Night Music
 
Eric Schaeffer directs a cast that includes Holly Twyford, Bobby Smith, Will Gartshore, and Broadway vet Florence Lacey.

Signature Theatre's production of the Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical A Little Night Music, helmed by Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer, is currently playing a limited engagement through October 8 in the intimate MAX Theatre in Arlington, Virginia. Watch a teaser video, featuring footage from the production set to the show's Act I finale “A Weekend in the Country,” above.

Florence Lacey, whose Broadway credits include the original production of Evita, the most recent Broadway revival of Follies, and the 1978 and 1995 revivals of Hello, Dolly!, plays Madame Armfeldt.

Read: FLORENCE LACEY WILL PLAY MADAME ARMFELDT IN SIGNATURE'S A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC

Lacey, a Signature favorite who has been seen in the company's stagings of Sunset Boulevard and Titanic, is joined onstage by Holly Twyford as Desiree Armfeldt, Bobby Smith as Frederik Egerman, Nicki Elledge as Anne, Will Gartshore as Count Carl Magnus, Sam Ludwig as Henrik Egerman, Anna Grace Nowalk as Fredricka, Tracy Lynn Olivera as Countess Charlotte Malcolm, and Maria Rizzo as Petra.

The ensemble is rounded out by Susan Derry, Maria Egler, Benjamin Lurye, Quynh-My Luu, and Kevin McAllister.

Set in 1900 Sweden and revolving around a tangled web of love affairs, the show features such Sondheim staples as “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons,” and “Send in the Clowns.”

The production also features choreography by Karma Camp, musical direction by Jon Kalbfleisch, scenic design by Paul Tate dePoo III, lighting design by Colin K. Bills, costume design by Robert Perdziola, sound design by Ryan Hickey, and wig design by Anne Nesmith. The production stage manager is Kerry Epstein, and the assistant stage manager is Taryn Friend.

For ticket information, visit SigTheatre.org.

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