Directed by Jack Cummings III with musical direction by Chris Haberl, the concert is scheduled for June 18 at 7 PM at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, 121 Christopher Street.
Newly announced for the evening are Jill Abramovitz, Patrick Boll, John Bolton, Robert Creighton, Christina DeCicco, Jeffry Denman, Malcolm Gets, Colin Hanlon, James Hindman, Rachel Bay Jones, Nikka Graff Lanzarone, Daniel C. Levine, Kecia Lewis-Evans, Paolo Montalban, Jessica Phillips, Charlie Pollock, Leenya Rideout, Kate Shindle, Alexandra Silber, Ali Stroker, Wesley Taylor, Christianne Tisdale, Kate Wetherhead and Betsy Wolfe.
These artists join the previously reported Nancy Anderson, Sebastian Arcelus, Stanley Bahorek, Courtney Balan, Stephanie J. Block, Andrea Burns, Alan Campbell, Lewis Cleale, Jenny Fellner, Santino Fontana, Jonathan Hammond, Ann Harada, Morgan James, Lauren Kennedy, Julia Murney, Kerry O'Malley, Jill Paice, Mamie Parris, Bryce Ryness, Meredith Ryness, Brian Sears, Cheryl Stern, Bob Stillman and Josh Young.
David Shire and Richard Maltby will join Callaway and Graff and other original cast members for a discussion following the performance.
Artistic director Cummings III said in a previous statement, "Baby has always been one of my absolute favorite musicals and Transport Group is thrilled to revisit this beautiful score and story that is funny, timeless, and deeply poignant. We’re excited to be gathering a star-studded group of actors to pay tribute to the stunning achievement of Baby and all the original artists who created this magnificent show.”
Baby, with a score by Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire and a book by Sybile Pearson, played Broadway's Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Nov. 8, 1983-July 1, 1984. The original cast boasted Liz Callaway, Todd Graff, James Congdon, Martin Vidnovic, Beth Fowler and Catherine Cox. The Maltby/Shire score includes such tunes as "At Night She Comes Home to Me," "I Chose Right," "The Story Goes On," "Easier to Love," "Two People in Love," "With You," "I Want It All" and "And What If We Had Loved Like That."
Tickets may be purchased by visiting www.transportgroup.org or by phoning (212) 564-0333.