The troupers of The Mystery of Edwin Drood, one of the best-reviewed musicals of the 2012-13 Broadway season, and now extended to March 10, will welcome Erin Davie to the fold beginning Feb. 12.
Davie, of Broadway's Curtains, A Little Night Music and Grey Gardens, succeeds Betsy Wolfe in the role of Rosa Bud — the damsel-in-distress soprano who gets to sing Rupert Holmes' shimmering ballad "Moonfall." Wolfe is headed to the new Off-Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown's two-character musical The Last Five Years. Her final bow in Drood, set in the world of the Victorian English music hall, is Feb. 10.
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