A Look at Mykal Kilgore, Mara Davi, and More in Into the Woods | Playbill

Production Photos A Look at Mykal Kilgore, Mara Davi, and More in Into the Woods The Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical is scheduled to play a limited engagement at Barrington Stage Company through July 23.
Cast of Into the Woods Daniel Rader

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Into the Woods began performances June 19 at Barrington Stage Company. The limited engagement, starring Mykal Kilgore (Motown the Musical) as the Witch, is scheduled to play through July 23 in Massachusetts.

The cast includes Jonathan Raviv (The Band’s Visit) as The Baker, Mara Davi (Dames at Sea) as The Baker’s Wife, Zoë Aarts (Rider University’s Heathers) as Lucinda, Leslie Becker (Amazing Grace) as Jack's Mother/Giant's Wife, James Cella (Judson Theatre Company’s Twelve Angry Men) as The Steward, Sarah Dacey Charles (Les Misérables) as Cinderella’s Stepmother/Granny/Cinderella’s Mother, Dorcas Leung (Miss Saigon) as Little Red Riding Hood, Pepe Nufrio (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis’ Evita) as Rapunzel's Prince, Megan Orticelli (Northwestern University’s Little Shop of Horrors) as Florinda, Amanda Robles (Jerome Robbins Theater’s From Here to Eternity) as Cinderella, Thom Sesma (Second Stage’s Superhero) as Narrator/Mysterious Man, Clay Singer (Riverside Theatre’s Next to Normal) as Jack, Anna Tobin as Rapunzel, and Kevin Toniazzo-Naughton (Walnut Street Theatre’s Matilda) as Cinderella’s Prince/The Wolf.

Flip through photos of the production below:

A Look at Mykal Kilgore, Mara Davi, and More in Into the Woods

Directed by Joe Calarco, the production features choreography by Mayte Natalio, music direction by Darren R. Cohen, costume design by Jen Caprio, puppetry design by Brandon Hardy, wig, hair, makeup design by J. Jared Janas, sound design by Matt Kraus, lighting design by Sherrice Mojgani, and scenic design by Brian Prather.
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