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News Full Casting Announced for Roundabout's The Ritz Casting is now complete for the Roundabout Theatre Company's upcoming production of The Ritz, which will star the previously announced Rosie Perez as Googie Gomez and Kevin Chamberlin as Gaetano Proclo.

Seth Rudetsky
Seth Rudetsky

Directed by Joe Mantello, the revival of Terrence McNally's comedy will begin previews Sept. 14 at Studio 54 and officially open Oct. 11. The limited engagement will run through Dec. 2.

The cast will also feature Brooks Ashmanskas (Chris), Caroline Aaron (Vivian Proclo), Patrick Kerr (Claude Perkins), Lucas Near-Verbrugghe (Tiger), Terrence Riordan (Michael Brick), Seth Rudetsky (Sheldon), Adam Sietz (Abe), David Turner (Duff), Lenny Venito (Carmine Vespucci), Ryan Idol (Patron), Teddy Coluca (Patron), Billy Magnussen (Patron), Mark Leydorf (Patron), Matthew Montelongo(Patron), Angela Pietropinto (Aunt Vera), Jeffrey Evan Thomas (Patron), Josh Breckenridge (Patron), Justin Clynes (Patron), Andrew Cooksey (Patron), Lukas Hassel (Patron), Nick Mayo (Patron) and Dillon Porter (Patron).

The creative team will also include Christopher Gattelli (choreography), Seth Rudetsky (musical direction), Scott Pask (sets), William Ivey Long (costumes), Peggy Eisenhauer and Jules Fisher (lights) and Tony Meola (sound).

The Ritz, according to press notes, "is an over-the-top comedy that takes place in a bathhouse in Manhattan. When Gaetano Proclo needs to hide from mobster Carmine Vespucci, he escapes to the Ritz. When Gaetano realizes the Ritz is a gay bathhouse and not a Turkish bath, he pretends to be a big-time Broadway producer to keep suspicions low. When Carmine locates Gaetano what transpires is wild, manic mayhem." The play premiered on Broadway in 1975.

Tickets are available by calling (212) 719-1300 or visit www.roundabouttheatre.org.

Studio 54 is located at 254 West 54th Street.

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