The show, which will open officially on Sunday, April 18, features Kelsey Grammer(Georges), Douglas Hodge (Albin/Zaza), Fred Applegate (M. Dindon/M. Renaud), A.J. Shively (Jean-Michel), Veanne Cox (Mme. Dindon/Mme. Renaud), Robin de Jesús (Jacob), Christine Andreas (Jacqueline), Elena Shaddow (Anne), Chris Hoch (Francis), Heather Lindell (Colette), Bill Nolte (Tabarro), and David Nathan Perlow (Etienne).
The Cagelles will be played by Nick Adams, Nicholas Cunningham, Sean Patrick Doyle, Yurel Echezarreta, Terry Lavell, and Logan Keslar.
The production also features Christophe Caballero, Todd Lattimore, Dale Hensley, and Cheryl Stern.
The show features choreography by Lynne Page. The creative team include Tim Shortall (sets), Matthew Wright (costumes), Nick Richings (lighting), Richard Mawbey (wigs/make-up), and Jason Carr (orchestrations).For more information, visit www.LaCage.com.