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Peter Pan in Concert Welcomes Ruthie Ann Miles and Mary Testa

The classic score will be performed by Broadway favorites on Monday night.

Ruthie Ann Miles, Tony-winning star of The King and I, joins the cast of Transport Group's Peter Pan In Concert.
Ruthie Ann Miles, Tony-winning star of The King and I, joins the cast of Transport Group's Peter Pan in Concert.
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Transport Group Theatre Company has announced the final cast list for its August 15 benefit performance of Peter Pan In Concert at the Pershing Square Signature Center.

Tony nominee Mary Testa (First Daughter Suite) and Tony Award winner Ruthie Ann Miles (The King and I) join the ensemble, along with Karli Dinardo, Kelly Berman, Jace Coronado, William Dehorney, Kelly Felthous, Jon Drake, Lindsey Hailes, Becky Grace Kalman, Taylor Markarian, and Jake Weinstein.

As previously announced, the concert will feature three-time Tony nominee Carolee Carmello (Finding Neverland), Drama Desk nominee Rachel Bay Jones (Dear Evan Hansen), Hannah Elless (Bright Star), Ann Harada (Cinderella), three-time Tony nominee Marc Kudisch (Hand to God), Tony nominee Tony Sheldon (Pricilla, Queen of the Desert), Paul Slade Smith (Finding Neverland), Drama Desk nominee Elizabeth Stanley (On the Town), Betsy Morgan (First Daughter Suite), Alexandra Silber (Fiddler on the Roof), D.C. Anderson (Queen of the Mist), OBIE winner David Greenspan (The Patsy), Ivory McKay, Doug Shapiro (Once Upon a Mattress), Tim Dolan (Altar Boyz), Patrick Boll (Mamma Mia!), and Richard Costa (Once Upon a Mattress).

The Darling children will be played by Zoe Wilson (Three Days to See) as Wendy, Ashton Woerz (Pippin) as John, and Jeremy T. Villas (Kinky Boots) as Michael. The Lost Boys will feature cast members of Matilda The Musical, including Gavin Swartz, Ian Saraceni, Noah Baird, Meliki Hurd, Cole Edelstein, and Evan Gray.

Directed by Transport Group Artistic Director Jack Cummings III, the evening will be hosted by drag legend and Tony-nominated playwright Charles Busch. The bill, featuring the tunes of the 1954 musical, will include a song cut from the original score, orchestrated by Michael Starobin. Joey Chancey will conduct while Jeffry Denman will serve as choreographer.

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