Exclusive: Complete Cast Revealed for Off-Broadway's Songbird, With Music by Lauren Pritchard | Playbill

News Exclusive: Complete Cast Revealed for Off-Broadway's Songbird, With Music by Lauren Pritchard Don Guillory (Stickfly), Drew McVety (The Last Ship, Sunday in the Park with George), Eric William Morris (Coram Boy, Mamma Mia!) and Bob Stillman (Dirty Blonde, Grey Gardens) have been added to the cast of Songbird, a play with music by Lauren Pritchard that begins performances Oct. 20 as part of the 59E59 Theatres' 5A Season.

As previously announced, Tony nominees Kate Baldwin and Erin Dilly will star in Songbird, written by Michael Kimmel with music and lyrics by Pritchard (Spring Awakening). Directed by JV Mercanti, the limited engagement will continue through Nov. 29.

Opening night is Oct. 28 at 7 PM.

Kacie Sheik and Eric William Morris
Kacie Sheik and Eric William Morris Photo by Hunter Canning

The cast also includes Kacie Sheik, Andy Taylor, Ephie Aardema and Adam Cochran. Baldwin replaced the previously announced Amy Spanger.

Here's how Songbird is billed: "Dreams, ambition, love, and heartbreak. Songbird is a striking new show about a fading country star coming home to Nashville. After many years away, Tammy returns to the Honky Tonk that launched her music career to help the son she abandoned launch his own. But with jealousy and self-destruction (along with copious amounts of whiskey) fueling this homecoming, will Tammy’s arrival do more harm than good?"

Read: "It's Revving Up" — The Next Generation of Female Songwriters Share Their Hopes for the Future, featuring an exclusive interview with Pritchard.

The Off-Broadway run is produced by Allison Bressi and Diana Buckhantz by special association with Less Than Rent Theatre.

The design team includes Jason Sherwood (scenic design), Aaron Porter (lighting design), Mark Koss (costume design) and Justin Stasiw (sound design). The production stage manager is Rose Riccardi.

Single tickets, which are on sale now, are $70 ($49 for 59E59 Members). To purchase tickets, call Ticket Central at (212) 279-4200 or visit 59e59.org.

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