Jacob Brent, the only cast member to appear in the Broadway, London and film versions of Cats, directs and choreographs the musical that runs through Sept. 11.
The cast also features Cameron Bartell, Sarah Bumgarner, Andrew DiConcetto, Jessica Dillan, Aubrey Elson, KC Fredericks, Abigail Gatlin, Erica Leigh Hansen, Justin Henry, Lucy Horton, Amanda LaMotte, Patrick Mellen, Emily Palmquist, Will Porter, Ethan Saviet, Christopher E. Sidoli, Adam Ryan Tackett, Jonathan Tylicki, Josh Walden and Chaz Wolcott.
Based on T.S. Eliot's "Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats," the musical became an international phenomenon and has continuously toured the U.S. for 30 years in various union and non-union productions. In 1991 Cats became the longest-running continuous tour in U.S. history. Cats produced the stand-out single "Memory."
Cats opened on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theatre Oct. 7, 1982, where it ran for 7,485 performances before closing Sept. 10, 2000. It held the title of Broadway's longest-running musical, but was surpassed by Lloyd Webber's other hit, The Phantom of the Opera, which currently holds the title. Cats won seven Tony Awards including Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, Best Lighting and Best Costumes.
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