The cast will include Cameron Folmar, Annie Golden, Pia Glenn, Philip Hoffman, Jillian Louis, Javier Munoz, Adam Overett, Blair Ross, Mariand Torres and Katie Zaffrann. The performances will also feature choreography by Christine O’Grady.
Marry Harry, according to press notes, is the "story of two young adults about to turn 30 who find themselves still living and working with their parents. Little Harry aspires to be a great chef but can’t escape his father’s dream of carrying on the family restaurant. Sherri keeps following her mother’s terrible advice and has become a terminal bride-to-be. Both parents have even bigger problems."
The presentations are part of the ongoing Amas Lab and Workshop Series, a development program for writers, lyricists and composers to develop and advance their new musicals.
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