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Broadway's A Tale of Two Cities to Now Close on November 9

James Barbour in
A Tale of Two Cities
(© Carol Rosegg)
Jill Santoriello's musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities will now close one week earlier at Broadway's Al Hirschfeld Theatre on Sunday, November 9 after a run of 33 previews and 6o regular performances. The production will be directed and choreographed by Warren Carlyle.

The cast features James Barbour (Sydney Carton), Craig Bennett (Jerry Cruncher), Brandi Burkhardt (Lucie Manette), Kevin Earley (Ernest Defarge), Gregg Edelman (Alexandre Manette), Michael Hayward-Jones (Jarvis Lorry), Aaron Lazar (Charles Darnay), Mackenzie Mauzy (The Seamstress), Katherine McGrath (Miss Pross), Les Minski (Marquis St. Evermonde), Natalie Toro (Therese Defarge), and Nick Wyman (John Barsad), along with Drew Aber, Catherine Brunell, Alison Cimmet, Jennifer Evans, William Thomas Evans, Randy Glass, Kevin Greene, Michael Halling, Tim Hartman, Fred Inkley, Georgi James, Miles Kath, Jay Lusteck, Ray McLeod, Catherine Missal, James Moye, Walter O'Neil, Dan Petrotta, Devin Richards, Rob Richardson, Rebecca Robbins, Jennifer Smith, Anne Tolpegin, Eric Van Tielen, Mollie Vogt-Welch, and Alison Walla.

The design team includes Tony Walton (scenery), David Zinn (costumes), Richard Pilbrow (lights), Carl Casella and Domonic Sack (sound), Edward B. Kessel (orchestrations), and Kessel, Wendy Bobbitt Cavett, Kevin Stites, and Bob Krogstad (arrangements).

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