Jesse JP Johnson, Steven Booth, Andrew C. Call, and Adam Halpin in Glory Days
(© Scott Suchman)
Jesse JP Johnson, Steven Booth, Andrew C. Call,
and Adam Halpin in Glory Days
(© Scott Suchman)
The musical Glory Days will begin previews at Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre, April 22, with an opening set for May 6. Eric Shaeffer will direct.

The musical by composer-lyricist Nick Blaemire and book writer James Gardiner premiered at Arlington, VA's Signature Theatre earlier this year, under Shaeffer's direction. The show is about four high school buddies reuniting for the first time about a year after graduation. While they banded together for mutual support during high school, they find that they've now changed.

The cast will include Steven Booth (Will), Andrew C. Call (Andy), Adam Halpin (Skip), and Jesse JP Johnson (Jack), all of whom played their roles at the Signature.

The creative team will include James Kronzer (scenic design), Sasha Ludwig-Siegel (costume design), Mark Lanks (lighting design), and Peter Hylenski (sound design), with vocal arrangements by Blaemire and Jesse Vargas and arrangements and orchestrations by Vargas.

For TheaterMania's review of the Signature production, click here.