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Broadway's Mamma Mia! Welcomes a New Pair of Dynamos

The production says goodbye to previous stars Lauren Cohn and Felicia Finley.

Alison Ewing as Tanya in Mamma Mia!
Alison Ewing as Tanya in Mamma Mia!
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The Broadway production of Mamma Mia! welcomes a new pair of Dynamos tonight, February 2, at the Broadhurst Theatre. Mary Callanan and Alison Ewing will join the cast as Rosie and Tanya, respectively, taking over the roles from Lauren Cohn and Felicia Finley.

Both Callanan and Ewing come to the Broadway company after playing their roles in the Las Vegas and national touring companies of the long-running musical, which features a book by Catherine Johnson and the hit songs of Benny Anderson, Björn Ulvaeus, and the Swedish pop group ABBA.

The pair joins a cast led by Judy McLane as Donna Sheridan, Elena Ricardo as Sophie Sheridan, Victor Wallace as Sam Carmichael, Paul DeBoy as Harry Bright, John Hemphill as Bill Austin, Jon Jorgensen as Sky, Thomasina E. Gross as Lisa, Traci Victoria as Lisa, Neil Starkenberg as Pepper, and Taurean Everett as Eddie. The ensemble includes Deanna Aguinaga, Sydni Beaudoin, Brent Black, Natalie Bradshaw, Allyson Carr, Felicity Claire, Tony Clements, Antoinette Comer, Mark Dancewicz, Stacia Fernandez, Tony Gonzalez, Corey Greenan, Jennifer Hemphill, Bryan Scott Johnson, Corinne Melançon, Christopher Hudson Myers, Patrick Ortiz, Jacob Pinion, Terra-Lee Polin, Gerard Salvador, Jennifer Swiderski, Santina Umbach, and Leah Zepel.

Mamma Mia! has played over 5,500 performances during its 13 years on Broadway and is currently the eighth longest-running show in Broadway history.

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