Josh Walden, Adam Shapiro, More Star in Off-Broadway’s The Boys From Syracuse

Off-Broadway News   Josh Walden, Adam Shapiro, More Star in Off-Broadway’s The Boys From Syracuse
 
Musicals Tonight! presents a limited engagement of the Rodgers and Hart comedy at Theatre Row beginning February 13.
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Musicals Tonight!’s 20th spring season opener, Rodgers and Hart’s The Boys From Syracuse, plays February 13–25 at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row, 410 W. 42nd St.

Jonathan Cerullo, who directs and choreographs the farce about mistaken identity, has cast men in almost all of the female roles.

The cast includes Shavey Brown, Jody Cook, Matt Dengler, Ian Fairlee, Matthew Fairlee, Sam Given, Madeline Hamlet, Joseph Scott Holt, Jonathan Hoover, Jose Luaces, Elliott Mattox, Darrell Morris Jr., Adam Shapiro, and Josh Walden.

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Based on William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors, The Boys From Syracuse has music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart, with a book by George Abbott.

The limited run has sets by Joshua Warner, lighting design by Ethan Steimel, and costume design by Hope Salvan. Evan Rees is the musical director, and Sue Delano is the assistant choreographer.

For more information, visit MusicalsTonight.org.

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