Featuring a book by Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan and a score by David Javerbaum and Adam Schlesinger, this spoof of 1950s films is set in 1954 Baltimore, where Wade "Cry Baby" Walker, the baddest boy in town, falls for a local good girl.
Brokaw's previous Broadway credits include Reckless and The Constant Wife, and he won a Drama Desk Award for the Vineyard Theatre production of How I Learned to Drive. Ashford won the Tony Award for Thoroughly Modern Millie and earned Tony nominations for his work on Curtains and The Wedding Singer.
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