Emily Skinner, Lynne Halliday, Jason Graae, and Cameron Adams take a bow at a press preview of Inventing Mary Martin.
Emily Skinner, Lynne Halliday, Jason Graae, and Cameron Adams take a bow at a press preview of Inventing Mary Martin.
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The world premiere production of Stephen Cole's new musical revue, Inventing Mary Martin, now playing at The York Theatre Company's home at Saint Peter's Church, has announced a one-week extension. The show, which began performances earlier this week and will open on April 27, is now set to close on May 25.

Inventing Mary Martin features music supervision and arrangements by David Krane, music direction by Lawrence Goldberg, and codirection and choreography by Bob Richard. Music and lyrics are by legendary composers Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein, Vernon Duke & Howard Dietz, Kurt Weill & Ogden Nash, Noёl Coward, Irving Berlin, Jule Styne & Carolyn Leigh, Howard Dietz & Arthur Schwartz, and Tom Jones & Harvey Schmidt, among others.

The new multimedia production celebrating the life of three-time Tony winner Mary Martin has a cast that includes Cameron Adams, Jason Graae, Lynne Halliday, and Tony nominee Emily Skinner.

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