Cats Draws Broadway Vets and Newcomers at Pittsburgh CLO

By Adam Hetrick
11 Jul 2014

The Pittsburgh CLO production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats will feature Broadway veteran Ken Prymus and Elizabeth Stanley. Performances are set to begin July 18.



Richard Stafford will direct and choreograph the long-running dance musical that will have musical direction by Tom Helm. Performances will continue through July 27.

Prymus, who played Old Deuteronomy in the Broadway production of Cats for seven-and-a-half years, will return to the role with Stanley (Hello Again, Company, Million Dollar Quartet) as Grizabella.

The cast will also include Michael Brian Dunn (Gus/Growltiger), Kevin Loreque (Rum Tum Tugger), Daniel J. Self (Munkustrap), Andrew Wilson (Mr. Mistofelees), Sara Blodgett (Victoria), Jesse Carrey (Skimbleshanks), Ashley Chasteen (Bombalurina), Lucas Fedele (Coricopat), Jeff Kuhr (Plato/Macavity), Mara Newbery (Rumpleteazer), Will Porter (Mongojerrie), Amanda Pulcini (Jennyanydots), Ethan Saviet (Tumblebrutus), Jenna Nicole Schoen (Demeter), Paige Silvester (Silabub), Lily Emilia Smith (Jellylorum), Kathryn Terza (Tantomile) and Tory Trowbridge (Cassandra).

The Cats vocal ensemble will include Tsilala Graham-Haynes, Stephanie Maloney, Connor McRory, Zach Miller and Liz Schmitz.

Lighting design for the production is by Andrew David Ostrowski.

For more information and tickets, call (412) 456-6666 or visit PittsburghCLO.org.