Harlem’s Famed Cotton Club Comes to Life as After Midnight Opens on Broadway

TheaterMania spoke with the stars of the show about this unique Broadway experience.

On Sunday, November 3, After Midnight opened on Broadway followed by an after party at the Copacabana. Directed and choreographed by Warren Carlyle, After Midnight brings to Broadway 1930s Harlem and the music of jazz legends like Duke Ellington. Featuring a 17-piece orchestra and a 28-member cast, After Midnight is a one-of-a-kind experience. TheaterMania spoke with director/choreographer Warren Carlyle and the cast to learn more about how they made this unique show a Broadway reality.

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