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Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick's Disaster! to Close After a Six-Month Off-Broadway Run

The production currently features Max Crumm, Charity Dawson, and Rudetsky himself. logo
Disaster!, a musical send-up currently running at St. Luke's Theatre, will close on April 11 after a six-month run.
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The off-Broadway musical comedy Disaster! has announced that it will close April 11 after a six-month run at St. Luke's Theatre. The show will have played 11 previews and 86 performances.

Disaster! is written by Sirius/XM Satellite Radio personality and Broadway accompanist Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick, who also directs. The musical, a 1970s disaster-movie send-up, incorporates a number of hit songs from the '70s including "Hot Stuff," "Don't Bring Me Down," "I Am Woman," "Alone Again, Naturally," "Signed Sealed Delivered," "Knock on Wood," "Daybreak," "Sky High," and more.

The show's cast currently features Max Crumm, Charity Dawson, Matt Farcher, Tom Riis Farrell, Judy Gold, David Hibbard, Sarah Litzsinger, Maggie McDowell, Seth Rudetsky, Jennifer Simard, and Jonah Verdon. Playing multiple roles in the ensemble are Sherz Aletaha, Kristy Cavenaugh, and Saum Eskandani. Drew Geraci and Ashanti J'Aria are the company swings.

Disaster! has set and lighting design by Josh Iacovelli, costume design by Brian Hemesath, and sound design by A&L Sound Partners. Larry Pressgrove is the music director, and Steve Marzullo is the music supervisor.

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