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Off-Broadway News See Who’s Joining Tyne Daly in Dear World The York Theatre Company concert revival will play a limited engagement this month.
Alison Fraser, Ann Harada, and Lenny Wolpe
Alison Fraser, Ann Harada, and Lenny Wolpe

The York Theatre Company has announced the complete cast for its upcoming limited engagement of the Jerry Herman musical Dear World, with a newly revised book by David Thompson. The production will conclude the York’s Musicals in Mufti series, which presents musicals in simply staged, book-in-hand concert formats.

The limited run will play February 25-March 5 at the York Theatre Company at Saint Peter’s Off-Broadway with direction by Michael Montel and music direction by Christopher McGovern. Due to popular demand, a special added performance has been scheduled for March 5 at 7 PM.

Joining the previously announced Tyne Daly as Countess Aurelia will be Alison Fraser (March of the Falsettos) as Constance, Ann Harada (Avenue Q) as Gabrielle, and Lenny Wolpe (Wicked) as The Sewerman, with Dewey Caddell (Finian’s Rainbow) as The Sergeant, J. Bernard Calloway (Memphis) as President 2, Ben Cherry (Fiddler on the Roof) as The Waiter, Stephen Mo Hanan (Jolson & Co.) as President 3, Erika Henningsen (Les Misérables) as Nina, Hunter Ryan Herdlicka (A Little Night Music) as Julian, Peter Land (My Fair Lady) as President 1, Gordon Stanley (Ragtime) as The Prospector, and Kristopher Thompson-Bolden (The Nutty Professor) as The Mute.

The 1969 musical Dear World features a book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, (based on an adaptation by Maurice Valency of the play The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean Giraudoux), and music and lyrics by Herman. The show follows a deranged countess and her associates as they scheme to stop businessmen from drilling for oil under the streets of their Parisian neighborhood.

The production team for the York revival includes stage manager Kimothy Cruse, and assistant stage manager Shanna Allison. Casting for the series is by Geoff Josselson.

For ticket information visit, call (212) 935-5820, or go to the box office at the York Theatre Company at Saint Peter’s (entrance on East 54th Street, just east of Lexington Avenue).



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