Casting has been announced for Winter Miller and Lance Horne's world premiere musical Amandine, which will play at the Cherry Lane Theatre, January 8-26. Drama Desk Award winner Josh Hecht will direct the production,
The show, which is inspired by the incredible memoirs of Herculine Barbin, a 19th-century intersex person, focuses on Amandine, who was born intersex, yet raised as a girl in the most traditional and cloistered of settings.
Miller, who wrote the book, is known for such plays as In Darfur, The Penetration Play, The Arrival, Paternity, Home/Away, and Conspicuous.
Horne is a popular composer who has worked with such performers as Alan Cumming and Meow Meow. He has received a Daytime Emmy for Best Original Song, the Jonathan Larson Award, and a Bistro Award, among many other honors. His debut album First Things Lastwas released on Yellow Sound Label.
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