Hailey Kilgore Returns to Tony-Winning Once On This Island September 4 | Playbill

Broadway News Hailey Kilgore Returns to Tony-Winning Once On This Island September 4 Loren Lott, an original company member, temporarily played Ti Moune in the Tony-winning revival.
Hailey Kilgore Joan Marcus

Hailey Kilgore, who received a Tony nomination for her performance as Ti Moune in the Tony-winning revival of Once On This Island, returns to the production September 4 at Circle in the Square Theatre.

Kilgore has been out of the show due to a foot injury; during her absence the part has been played by company member Loren Lott.

Loren Lott

The cast currently features Darlesia Cearcy as Erzulie, Alex Newell as Asaka, Tamyra Gray as Papa Ge, Quentin Earl Darrington as Agwe, Courtnee Carter as Storyteller, Rodrick Covington as Storyteller, Cicily Daniels as Storyteller, Emerson Davis as Little Girl, Tyler Hardwick as Storyteller, Boise Holmes as Tonton Julian, Cassondra James as Storyteller, David Jennings as Armand, Kenita R. Miller as Mama Euralie, Isaac Powell as Daniel, T. Oliver Reid as Storyteller, Anna Uzele as Storytelleras , Aurelia Williams as Storyteller, Mia Williamson as Little Girl, and Daniel Yearwood as Storyteller.

Once On This Island is the winner of the 2018 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical. The production opened December 3, 2017, at Circle in the Square, where it began previews November 9.


The staging is directed by Tony nominee Michael Arden and choreographed by Tony nominee Camille A. Brown.

The musical is written by Tony winners Lynn Ahrens (book and lyrics) and Stephen Flaherty (music) and is based on the novel My Love, My Love by Rosa Guy. The Broadway revival features new orchestrations by original orchestrator, Tony winner Michael Starobin, who is joined by Tony nominee AnnMarie Milazzo.

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