Harmony’s heading to Broadway – and here’s your first look at the
If you didn’t catch our award-winning presentation of Harmony last year at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, you have a chance to see the Barry Manilow-Bruce Sussman production this fall on Broadway.
We were excited last year to be the first to bring Harmony to New York – a dream that Barry and Bruce had for years. Now, Harmony begins previews at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on October 18 (with an opening night set for November 13), and now here’s your early look at the full cast.
Joining Chip Zien, Sierra Boggess, Julie Benko, and the six men playing the Comedian Harmonists – Sean Bell, Danny Kornfeld, Zal Owen, Eric Peters, Blake Roman, and Steven Tesley – are: Allison Semmes, Andrew O’Shanick, Zak Edwards, Dan Hoy, Bruce Landry, Rhonni Rose Mantilla, Daniel Z. Miller, Benjamin H. Moore, Matthew Mucha, Constantine Pappas, Kayleen Seidl, Kyla Stone, Bronwyn Tarboton, Kate Wesler, Stuart Zagnit, and Lee Zarrett.
Harmony is a timely, captivating story lost to history that comes to dazzling life with a sensational cast of Broadway favorites. Based on an unbelievable true story, Harmony tells the tale of the Comedian Harmonists, who sold millions of records, made dozens of films, and sold-out the biggest theaters around the world. Their heavenly harmonies and musical comedy antics catapulted these talented young men from singing in the subway tunnels of Berlin to international superstardom.
The creative team includes Beowulf Boritt (scenic design), Linda Cho & Ricky Lurie (costume design), Jules Fisher + Peggy Eisenhauer (lighting design), Dan Moses Schreier (sound design), batwin + robin productions (media design), Tom Watson (wig & hair design), Jamibeth Margolis, CSA (casting), Sara Edwards (associate director/choreographer), John O’Neill (music director), Michael Aarons (music coordinator), Doug Walter (orchestrations), and Scott Taylor Rollison (production stage manager).
Directed and choreographed by Tony Award-winner Warren Carlyle, Harmony features an original new score by legendary Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award®-winner Barry Manilow with lyrics and book by Drama Desk Award-winner Bruce Sussman.
Tickets are now on sale here.