Tisdale (Triumph of Love, Beauty and the Beast) will portray Dorothy Brock, with Sullivan (Broadway's 42nd Street) as Julian Marsh, Crago as young starlet Peggy Sawyer and Falter (Some Like It Hot) as Billy Lawler.
The principal cast will also include Elise Kinnon as Anytime Annie, Marci Reid as Maggie Jones, Kirk Bangstad as Pat Denning, Stephen Valenti as Abner Dillon, Evan Teich as Bert Barry, Drew Humphrey as Andy Lee, Ashley Peacock as Phyllis Dale and Nikka Della Penta as Lorraine.
The ensemble will include Laurie Difilippo, Aisling Halpin, Megan Kelley, Nick Lorenzini, Kelly Marteney, Adam Mosebach, Jake Primmerman, Audra Rizzo, Robbie Smith, Amy Van Norstrand and Todd Walker.
Engeman's production of 42nd Street will have scenic design by Sonoka Fukuma Gozelski, costume design by Keith Schneider, lighting design by Justin A. Partier, sound design by Craig Kaufman and hair and wig design by Brandyalyn Fulton.
For tickets phone (631) 261-2900 or visit EngemanTheater. The Engeman Theater is located at 250 Main Street in Northport, Long Island.
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