New Musical Warsaw Gets NYC Presentation March 13 | Playbill

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News New Musical Warsaw Gets NYC Presentation March 13 Warsaw, a new musical set in the Jewish Warsaw ghetto during Nazi rule, will be heard in a New York City industry reading March 13.

Jamibeth Margolis directs the presentation of the show that has book and lyrics by John Atkins and music by William Wade. "When giving in seems the only option, is there still a way to fight?" asks the creative team. "Roman, a young Jewish boy trapped in the Warsaw ghetto, manages to sustain optimism in the face of an unimaginable struggle for life. Behind a wall, and against a behemoth, he finds the strength to lead a successful Jewish revolt against Nazi troops. Based on true events during World War II, Warsaw is an intense and emotional musical play that honors the memory of this struggle — with a passionate, soaring score sung by a cast of 30."

The cast includes Greg Mills (The Woman in White), Susan Derry (Wonderful Town), Anne Kanengeiser (Little Women), Ron Bagden, William Broderick, Richard Todd Adams (Woman in White), Christopher Kale Jones, Kristin Carbone (Fiddler On The Roof), Matthew Gumley (Beauty and the Beast), with Jennifer Babiak, Ward Billeisen, Alison Cimmet, Ben Cohen, Heather Curran, Julie Ellis, Julie Hanson, Stephen Horst, Lauren Lebowitz, Paul Lincoln, Jayne Ackley Lynch, David Macaluso, Jillian Mueller, Robbie Neigeborn, Josh Pins, Jake Shatsky, Rebecca Simon, Michael St. John, Matthew Trombetta, Hayli Wolkowitz, Michael Yeshion, Emma Zaks, Peter James Zielinski.

Members of the producing community interested in attending can e-mail [email protected] for more information.

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