PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Dreamgirls' Brittney Griffin Reports from San Francisco | Playbill

News PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Dreamgirls' Brittney Griffin Reports from San Francisco
The new touring production of Dreamgirls, which premiered last year at New York's Apollo Theatre, has made it across the nation and is currently playing San Francisco's Curran Theatre.

Cast member Brittney Griffin, who serves as company Dance Captain and a "swing" covering multiple roles, graciously took some photos at the show's latest stop and shared them with

These exclusive shots offer a look at the historic Curran Theatre, some sights around the "City by the Bay," and a glimpse of what a day at the office is like for a hard-working swing on a major tour:

PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Dreamgirls' Brittney Griffin Reports from San Francisco

Dreamgirls plays San Francisco through Sept. 26 before hittin' the road for Atlanta. Future stops include:

Atlanta, GA (Oct. 12-17 at the Fox Theatre)
Miami, FL (October 19 - 24 at the Adrienne Arsht Center)
Nashville, TN (Oct. 26-31 at the Tennessee PAC)
Indianapolis, IN (Nov. 2-7 at the Murat Theatre)
Charlotte, NC (Nov. 9-14 at the Belk Theatre)
Tampa, FL (Nov. 16-21 at the Straz Center)
West Palm Beach, FL (Nov. 23-26 at the Kravis Center)
Memphis, TN (Nov. 30-Dec. 5 at the Orpheum Theatre)
Buffalo, NY (Dec. 14-19 at Shea's PAC)
Detroit, MI (December 21 - January 2 at the Fox Theatre)

The current company includes Moya Angela as Effie White and feature, as The Dreams, Syesha Mercado as Deena Jones, Adrienne Warren as Lorrell Robinson, and Margaret Hoffman as Michelle Morris with Chaz Lamar Shepherd as Curtis Taylor, Jr., Chester Gregory is James "Thunder" Early, Trevon Davis as C.C. White, Milton Craig Nealy as Marty Madison. At certain performances, Patrice Covington plays the role of Effie White. The cast of 26 also features Tallia Brinson, Felicia Boswell, Ronald Duncan, Talitha Farrow, Brittney Griffin, Robert Hartwell, Jared Joseph, Nikki Kimbrough, Grasan Kingsberry, Eric Jackson, Brittany Lewis, Douglas Lyons, Kimberly Marable, Jarran Muse, Amaker Smith, Marc Spaulding and Terrance Lemar Thomas.

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