Jeremy Pope and More in First Footage From Broadway's Choir Boy
Tarell Alvin McCraney's drama is directed by Trip Cullman.
Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway premiere of Tarell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy, directed by Drama Desk nominee Trip Cullman, opens on January 8, and the production has released new video footage. Check it out below.
In alphabetical order, the company includes Nicholas L. Ashe (Junior Blake), Daniel Bellomy (ensemble), Jonathan Burke (ensemble), Gerald Caesar (ensemble), John Clay III (Anthony Justin "AJ" James), Chuck Cooper (Headmaster Marrow), Caleb Eberhardt (David Heard), Marcus Gladney (ensemble), J. Quinton Johnson (Bobby Marrow), Austin Pendleton (Mr. Pendleton), and Jeremy Pope (Pharus Jonathan Young).
The production will mark McCraney's Broadway debut. The play was first performed at MTC's Studio at Stage II – Harold and Mimi Steinberg New Play Series in summer 2013, extending twice during its run. Choir Boy was commissioned by Manhattan Theatre Club with support from Time Warner Inc.