Jerome Robbins’ Broadway
June 11 – 17
In its first major staging since leaving Broadway in 1990, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway is an epic musical anthology that honors the career highlights of Tony Award-winning director and choreographer, Jerome Robbins. Filled with mesmerizing production numbers from some of Robbins’ biggest hits, including West Side Story, On the Town, Peter Pan, The King and I and Fiddler on the Roof, this is one monumental Muny premiere befitting a celebratory start to our centennial season!
Shows start at 8:15 p.m. CST.
|Ticket Prices||Season*||Single||Season Savings|
|Center Boxes (C-6)||$707||$100||N/A|
|Side Boxes (7-10)||$616||$100||12%|
|Terrace A (A-M)||$469||$77||13%|
|Terrace A (N-Y)||$343||$60||18%|
|Terrace B (A-M)||$238||$46||26%|
|Terrace B (N-Y)||$112||$31||48%|
|* Season Ticket prices include $7 service fee.|
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SARAH BOWDEN (Claire/Tuptim/Fruma Sarah/Mama Crook)
Muny debut! Sarah was Cassie in A Chorus Line at The Hollywood Bowl. In Germany, she played leading roles in Cabaret, A Chorus Line, 9 to 5, Flashdance, and most recently, Esmeralda in Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. www.sarahbowden.de
PETER CHURSIN (King Simon)
Muny credits: West Side Story (2013). Favorite credits: Brigadoon (NYC Center), On the Town (Broadway), West Side Story (Broadway, original cast), Wicked (Chistery, Broadway/National tour/LA), Twyla Tharp Dance, Complexions Contemporary Ballet. TV/Film: Flesh and Bone (Starz), Saturday Night Live (with Jimmy Fallon), America’s Got Talent and more! Proud AEA member.
GABRIEL CYTRON (Michael)
Previous Muny experience includes Newsies (Les) and The Little Mermaid.
ALEXA DE BARR (Maria/Monotony Soloist)
Muny debut! Tour credits: An American In Paris (First National), West Side Story (European Tour). Off-Broadway: Trip Of Love. Regional: Cabaret (Sacramento Music Circus), Nice Work if You Can Get It, Singin’ in the Rain (Cyd Charisse, Arts Center Coastal Carolina), Anything Goes. Other: Bombshell in Concert.
JESS FRY (Angel/George)
Muny debut! Broadway: M. Butterfly (Kurogo). Regional: Mamma Mia! (Ensemble, Pioneer Theatre), The Wild Party (Jackie) and Rent (Ensemble) for Stanford University. Developmental Lab: Other World (Tiger Strike). TV: The Americans. jessfry.com
LEEDS HILL (Ozzie)
is thrilled to be back at The Muny where he earned his Actors’ Equity card in 2010! Muny credits: Beauty and the Beast, Damn Yankees, Footloose. Broadway: Cabaret (Bobby, u/s Emcee, starring Alan Cumming). National tour: Cabaret, Mary Poppins (Neleus). BFA from CCM (Musical Theatre). Proud AEA Member (Thanks, Muny!) @LeedsHill
SARAH MARIE JENKINS (Peter Pan)
Muny debut! Broadway: Cats revival (Jennyanydots). World premieres: Can-Can revival, Marvin Hamlisch’s The Nutty Professor directed by Jerry Lewis and Honeymoon in Vegas. Tours: Legally Blonde, Guys and Dolls, Swing!, Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby. TV: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Law & Order SVU. Proud AEA! @SarahMJenkins
COLE JOYCE (John)
Previous Muny appearances include: Newsies, The Little Mermaid, The Music Man and The Wizard of Oz.
MAGGIE LAKIS (Ma/Golde)
Muny credits: Into The Woods (Milky White). Other credits: Something Rotten! (Bea, 1st national tour), Avenue Q (Off-Broadway, 1st national tour), Duncan Sheik and Nell Benjamin’s Because of Winn-Dixie (Delaware Theatre), John Doyle’s reimagined Allegro (Classic Stage Co.), Sunday in the Park with George (Arden Theatre) and Little Shop of Horrors (Theatre Horizon).
ROB McCLURE (The Setter/Emcee/Pa/Tevye/Floy)
Muny Credits: Into the Woods (Baker), Beauty and The Beast (Lumiere), Hello, Dolly! (Cornelius); The Addams Family (Gomez), Mary Poppins (Bert), Shrek (Farquaad), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour). Broadway: Chaplin (Tony Nomination), Something Rotten, Noises Off, Honeymoon in Vegas, I’m Not Rappaport and Avenue Q.
JENNY POWERS (Hildy/Monotony Singer)
Muny: Mamma Mia!; The Addams Family, Mary Poppins, Seven Brides…, Camelot and Oliver! Broadway: Rizzo in Grease and Meg in Little Women. Theatre highlights: Lois Lane in …It’s Superman!; Donnybrook! (Drama Desk nomination); Dangerous Beauty, Happiness, Secondhand Lions and Little Dancer. TV: The Mysteries of Laura, Blue Bloods, Power, The Good Wife, Mercy, Law & Order CI, Nurse Jackie, All My Children. jenny-powers.com
DREW REDINGTON (Chip)
Select Muny credits: Oklahoma! (Slim), Hairspray (I.Q.), 42nd Street and Hello, Dolly! Broadway: Holiday Inn. Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, Marriott Theatre, Casa Mañana, The Muny (A Chorus Line), Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. TV: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, The Today Show. Instagram: @drewseph_red
SEAN ROZANSKI (Bernardo/Monotony Soloist Trombone)
Muny debut! National tours: The Bodyguard (fight captain/swing) and Dirty Dancing (Ensemble, u/s Robbie Gould). Concert dance: Giordano Dance Chicago.
GAREN SCRIBNER (Gaby/Tony/Monotony Clarinet)
Muny debut! Broadway/National tour: An American in Paris (Jerry). Former soloist with the San Francisco Ballet and artist of Nederlands Dans Theater I. @garenscribner
ELIZABETH TEETER (Wendy)
Broadway: The Crucible with Saoirse Ronan (Betty), The Audience with Helen Mirren (Young Elizabeth) and Mary Poppins (Jane Banks). St. Louis: The Muny (Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid, Meet Me In St. Louis, and more), The Rep, Opera Theatre Saint Louis, Missouri Ballet, New Jewish Theatre, The Tennessee Williams Festival, and, most recently, Variety Theatre’s The Wizard of Oz.
TANAIRI VAZQUEZ (Anita)
Broadway credits: Hamilton, On Your Feet!; Gigi, Wonderland, West Side Story (revival). Tours: 1st national tour of Come Fly Away (u/s Babe/Slim). Film/TV: A Luv Tale (web series), Law & Order, The Blacklist, Orange Is the New Black (recurring, Season 3), Smash (Season 2).
DAVIS WAYNE (Riff )
Muny debut! He is a Pittsburgher turned New Yorker, and a graduate of Pace University’s Musical Theatre program. Instagram: @Davis_wayne
ERICA WONG (Eliza)
Broadway: M. Butterfly, The King and I. National tours: An American in Paris. Regional: In Your Arms (The Old Globe). Ballet: Milwaukee Ballet, Ballet Theatre of Maryland. Proud AEA member.@ericawaiyee
Nicolas De La Vega
Sean Harrison Jones
Melissa Hunter McCann
Mariah Reshea Reives
Brian Shimasaki Liebson
Bethany Ann Tesarck
Brandon L. Whitmore
CYNTHIA ONRUBIA (Director)
has worked on numerous productions for The Kennedy Center Honors, Carnegie Hall and New York City Center Encores!. Broadway: Dame Edna: The Royal Tour (American Theatre League of Producers nomination), Cabaret (2003 Sir Robert Helpmann Award), Little Me, Victor/Victoria, Damn Yankees, The Goodbye Girl, Metro, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, Song and Dance, Cats, Got Tu Go Disco, Dancin’, A Chorus Line. Film choreography: Labor Day, Away We Go, Revolutionary Road, Definitely Maybe, Connie and Carla, Big Fish, Analyze That, Chicago (2003 American Choreography Award), Center Stage, The Cradle Will Rock. She received the 1994 American Theatre Roundtable Award for Outstanding Career Performances.
CHRIS BAILEY (Production Supervisor)
returns to The Muny after directing and choreographing Newsies last year. Other Muny credits: The Music Man (2016), Into The Woods (2015), My Fair Lady (2015), Tarzan (2014), West Side Story (2013) and Thoroughly Modern Millie (2012). Chris also choreographed the historic opening number of the 2013 Tony Awards and served as assistant choreographer for the 2013 and 2014 Academy Awards. Chris was the associate choreographer for the Broadway revival of Evita, the Broadway productions of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Cry-Baby and Promises, Promises. In London’s West End, Chris choreographed The Entertainer with Kenneth Branagh and Assassins at the Menier Chocolate Factory. He was also an associate choreographer for Guys and Dolls, Evita, Once in a Lifetime and Candide. Additional credits include The New Yorkers and 1776 at NY City Center Encores!; and Because of Winn Dixie at Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
MICHAEL HORSLEY (Music Director)
is the music supervisor for The Muny. In his 24 years with The Muny, some of the shows he has conducted include Newsies (2017), Mamma Mia! (2016), Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (2015), Grease (2014), Mary Poppins (2013), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat and Thoroughly Modern Millie (2012), 42nd Street (1996, 2009), Godspell, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (2000, 2006), Damn Yankees (1998, 2010), Sleeping Beauty, Singin’ in the Rain and many more. National tours: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Chicago, Cinderella, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Other regional: Roman Holiday (Guthrie Theater), On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (Music Theatre Wichita), Fiddler on the Roof (AMT San Jose), A Chorus Line (Pioneer Theatre Company), The Full Monty (North Carolina Theatre). He has also voice directed the Christmas Concert Series for the Detroit Symphony, National Symphony and Birmingham Symphony Orchestras. He is on staff as music director for the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.