Tribes Deaf Actor Russell Harvard, Patrick Page and Camryn Manheim Complete Spring Awakening Cast

News   Tribes Deaf Actor Russell Harvard, Patrick Page and Camryn Manheim Complete Spring Awakening Cast
Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Camryn Manheim (“The Practice," "Ghost Whisperer"), Drama Desk Award nominee Patrick Page (Cymbeline, Casa Valentina, Spider-Man) and Theater World Award winner Russell Harvard (Tribes, "Fargo," There Will Be Blood) have completed the cast for Deaf West's production of Spring Awakening, which will begin Broadway performances Sept. 8. 

Ken Davenport, Cody Lassen, Hunter Arnold and Deaf West Theatre (artistic director David J. Kurs) announced the additions Aug. 10, the first day of rehearsals for the Broadway revival, which will open Sept. 27 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Elizabeth Greene and Daniel Marmion also join the production as swings.

The Brooks Atkinson Theatre box office will open Aug. 17.

As previously announced, the production will be directed by Michael Arden and choreographed by Spencer Liff with a cast that includes Krysta Rodriguez and Andy Mientus, who appeared together on NBC’s “Smash.” Rodriguez was also in the original Broadway production of Spring Awakening, and Mientus was in the first national tour.

The cast also includes Academy and Golden Globe Award winner and Emmy Award nominee Marlee Matlin, Miles Barbee, Katie Boeck, Alex Boniello, Joshua Castille, Daniel Durant, Treshelle Edmond, Sandra Mae Frank, Kathryn Gallagher, Sean Grandillo, Amelia Hensley, Lauren Luiz, Austin McKenzie, Andy Mientus, Krysta Rodriguez, Daniel David Stewart, Ali Stroker, Alexandra Winter and Alex Wyse. Robert Ariza, Lizzy Cuesta, Van Hughes and Ren are also swings.

The creative team includes Dane Laffrey (scenic and costume design), Ben Stanton (lighting design), Gareth Owen (sound design) and Lucy Mackinnon (projection design). New York casting is by Telsey + Company/Craig Burns, CSA, and original casting was by Beth Lipari and Bruce Newberg.

The Tony-winning musical by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik is a soulful coming-of-age story that sent shockwaves through Broadway in 2006. The staging is based on the Deaf West Theatre production that will be performed simultaneously in American Sign Language and spoken English.

The limited engagement will continue through Jan. 9, 2016. The musical is a coming-of-age story set in 19th century Germany, based on the 1891 play of the same title by Frank Wedekind.

Tickets are now on sale through Ticketmaster or by calling (877) 250-2929. The Atkinson box office will open Monday, Aug. 17.

The revival will be a Broadway transfer of the recent production at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, CA, that was co-produced by The Wallis and Los Angeles-based Deaf West Theatre and Forest of Arden, whose founder, Michael Arden, directed with choreography by Spencer Liff. It was first presented in L.A. at Inner-City Arts.

Watch a clip from that production:



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The Annenberg production of Spring Awakening was co-presented by the Wallis, Deaf West Theatre and Cody Lassen for a limited 22-performance engagement May 21-June 7 in the Bram Goldsmith Theater. Directed by Arden with musical direction by Jared Stein and choreography by Liff, the production officially opened May 28.

The production was developed and previously workshopped with Deaf West by Arden and Mientus.

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