A scene from Enter Laughing
(© Carol Rosegg)
A scene from Enter Laughing
(© Carol Rosegg)
The York Theatre Company's hit production of Enter Laughing: The Musical will make a return appearance for a limited seven-week engagement, January 21-March 8, at the company's home at The Theatre at Saint Peter's. Stuart Ross and Matt Castle will return as director and music director, respectively.

A provisional cast announcement has been made or the production, with official confirmation expected later this week. The production will star Josh Grisetti (David), Michael Tucker (Father), Jill Eikenberry (Mother), Bob Dishy (Marlowe), Marla Shaffel (Angela), Paul Binotto (Don), Ray DeMattis (Foreman), Erick Devine (Pike), Betsy DiLellio (Ensemble), Gerry McIntyre (Don), Robb Sapp (Marvin), Emily Shoolin (Wanda), and Allison Spratt (Ensemble).

The show, which was originally titled So Long, 174th Street, is based on Carl Reiner's novel and features a book by Joseph Stein and a score by Stan Daniels. The musical tells the hilarious story of a stage-struck, woman-struck teenager who blunders his way into manhood via showbiz.

For more information, check out www.yorktheatre.org.