Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire's Kimberly Akimbo Musical Completes Off-Broadway Run January 15 | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire's Kimberly Akimbo Musical Completes Off-Broadway Run January 15

The world premiere Atlantic Theater Company production stars Victoria Clark, Steven Boyer, Bonnie Milligan, Alli Mauzey, and more.

in <i>Kimberly Akimbo</i>
Victoria Clark and Justin Cooley in Kimberly Akimbo

The world premiere of playwright-librettist David Lindsay-Abaire and composer Jeanine Tesori's Kimberly Akimbo completes its run January 15 at Atlantic Theater Company's Linda Gross Theatre Off-Broadway. 

Based on the eponymous play by Lindsay-Abaire, the musical stars Tony winner Victoria Clark (The Light in the Piazza) in the title role. The Jessica Stone-helmed production opened December 8, 2020, after beginning previews November 6.

The cast also includes Hand to God Tony nominee Steven Boyer as Buddy and Head Over Heels breakout star Bonnie Milligan as Debra. Rounding out the company are Justin Cooley as Seth, Olivia Elease Hardy as Delia, Fernell Hogan II as Martin, Michael Iskander as Aaron, Alli Mauzey as Pattie, and Nina White as Teresa.

The musical follows Kim, a bright and funny Jersey teen, who happens to look like a 72-year-old lady. And yet her aging disease may be the least of her problems. Forced to maneuver family secrets, borderline personalities, and possible felony charges, Kim is determined to find happiness in a world where not even time is on her side.

Serving on the creative team are choreographer Danny Mefford, scenic designer David Zinn, costume designer Sarah Laux, lighting designer Lap Chi Chu, sound designer Kai Harada, projection designer Lucy Mackinnon, music director Chris Fenwick, music contractor Antoine Silverman, hair and makeup designer Jared Janas, and orchestrator John Clancy with additional orchestrations by Macy Schmidt. Casting is by Craig Burns at The Telsey Office, and Arabella Powell is the production stage manager.

 
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