Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre has announced casting for its upcoming revival of Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens, and Terrence McNally’s musical Ragtime. Peter Rothstein, who helmed Guys and Dolls and Oklahoma! at 5th Ave., returns to the theatre to direct the Tony-winning musical.
Ragtime will play October 13–November 5 with choreography by Kelli Foster Warder.
The cast will be made up of Kendra Kassebaum (currently on Broadway in Come From Away) as Mother, Joshua Carter (Little Shop of Horrors and Spamalot at 5th Ave) as Tateh, Douglas Lyons (The Book of Mormon) as Coalhouse Walker Jr., Danyel Fulton (Jasper in Deadland) as Sarah, Matthew Kacergis (The Little Mermaid, Billy Elliott) as Younger Brother, and Louis Hobson (A Room with a View) as Father.
Based on the novel by E.L. Doctorow, Ragtime weaves the stories of a reunited African-American family, a father and daughter emigrating from Latvia, and a wealthy suburban WASP family in turn-of-the-century America.
The Seattle revival is produced in association with Asolo Repertory Theatre and will officially open October 20.
For tickets and more information, visit 5thavenue.org or call the Box Office at (206) 625-1900.