Full Cast Will Return for Broadway's Plaza Suite, With Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick | Playbill

Broadway News Full Cast Will Return for Broadway's Plaza Suite, With Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick

The Neil Simon revival, originally planned for March 2020, begins previews at the Hudson Theatre February 25.

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in <i>Plaza Suite</i>
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in Plaza Suite

Full casting has been announced for the Broadway revival of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. The play, originally scheduled to begin previews March 13, 2020 one day after the pandemic shutdown, will return with that full 2020 cast. Tony winner John Benjamin Hickey directs the production, which will now begin previews February 25 at the Hudson Theatre for a limited engagement through June 26. Opening night is set for March 28.

Joining Parker and Broderick in Suite 719 of the Plaza Hotel will be Danny Bolero as The Waiter, Molly Ranson as Jean McCormick/Mimsey Hubley, and Eric Wiegand as The Bellhop/Borden Eisler. Tony winner Michael McGrath and Tony nominee Erin Dilly will standby for Broderick and Parker, respectively, with Laurie Veldheer and Cesar J. Rosado serving as understudies. 

The production will feature set design by Tony winner John Lee Beatty, costumes by Tony winner Jane Greenwood, lighting by Tony winner Brian MacDevitt, sound design by Tony winner Scott Lehrer, and incidental music by Tony winner Marc Shaiman. General management is provided by 101 Productions, Ltd., and casting is by Jim Carnahan.

Plaza Suite is produced by Ambassador Theatre Group Productions, Gavin Kalin Productions, Hal Luftig, with James L. Nederlander, Douglas L. Meyer, Elizabeth Armstrong, Hunter Arnold, Caitlin Clements, Eilene Davidson Productions, Jeffrey Finn, Terry Schnuck, Smith and Brant Theatricals, Sherry and Kirk Wright, and Mike Isaacson.

 
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