Check Out Photos of World Premiere of Bliss at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre.

Production Photos   Check Out Photos of World Premiere of Bliss at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre.
 
The new musical, directed by Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller, opens February 14.
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Gizel Jiménez, Kristolyn Lloyd, Claire Neumann, Katy Geraghty, and Manu Narayan Mark Kitaoka

The world premiere of Bliss, a new musical fantasy that upends the traditional princess narrative, opens February 14 after beginning preview performances February 6. Directed by Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller, the production is scheduled to play a limited engagement through February 23.

Bliss, which features a book, music, and lyrics by Emma Lively and Tyler Beattie, tells the story of four distinctive royal sisters who sneak out of their castle and discover an intoxicating world of fancy balls and dreamy princes—and a burning desire to be at the center of it all.

Stage and screen star Mario Cantone, who has been seen on Broadway in Assassins and Laugh Whore, plays Sir Pincus Glimmermore, the princesses’ fairy godfather.

He is joined by Gizel Jiménez (Wicked) as Piper, Kristolyn Lloyd (Dear Evan Hansen) as Faye, Katy Geraghty (Groundhog Day) as Carmella, and Claire Neumann (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory national tour) as Holly, the four princesses of the fictional land of Minisculia.

Also in the cast are Leigh Zimmerman (Chicago) as Princess Taffeta, Manu Narayan (My Fair Lady) as The King, Conor Ryan as Prince Devin (Cinderella), and John Michael Lyles (A Strange Loop) as Toby, with Lissa deGuzman, Jose Luaces, Scott Anderson Morris, JJ Niemann, Jennifer Noble, Lena Owens, Ian Paget, Samantha Pollino, Katie Terza, Scarlett Walker, and Kristin Theresa Yancy. Claire Manship is the standby for Carmella.

The production also has choreography by Josh Prince (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), scenic design by Jason Ardizzone-West, lighting design by Yael Lubetzky, costume design by Tony winner Paloma Young, sound design by Tony winner Nevin Steinberg, hair and wig design by Matthew Armentrout, and music supervision by Mary-Mitchell Campbell.

Bliss is empowering. It teaches us to be true to ourselves, to challenge society’s expectation that we conform, and encourages us to push back against the cultural obsession with beauty,” said director Kaller in an earlier statement. “It teaches us that we need to do better, to learn and to live up to this wonderful new standard. And the music is amazing, the story smart, timely, and fun! I cannot wait to share this story with Seattle told by our fantastic, incredible cast.”

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