Watch New Trailer For Moulin Rouge: The Musical North American Tour | Playbill

Video Watch New Trailer For Moulin Rouge: The Musical North American Tour

The national tour features Courtney Reed as Satine and Conor Ryan as Christian.

The North American tour of Moulin Rouge! The Musical released a new trailer. Set to the backdrop of the musical's "Lady Marmalade," the short video shows a montage of clips from the production. Watch the full trailer above.

The Tony Award-winning Best Musical's next stop is the Buell Theatre in Denver for a three-week engagement which will play June 9-26. The show began its tour March 19 at Chicago's James M. Nederlander Theatre. 

Leading the cast are Courtney Reed and Conor Ryan as Satine and Christian, respectively. The cast continues with Austin Durant as Harold Zidler, André Ward as Toulouse-Lautrec, David Harris as The Duke of Monroth, Gabe Martínez as Santiago, and Libby Lloyd as Nini. Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer is the Satine Alternate.

Rounding out the cast is Nicci Claspell, Harper Miles, Andres Quintero, Adrienne Balducci, Andrew Brewer, Jack Cahill-Lemme, Sam J. Cahn, Darius Crenshaw, Alexander Cruz, Alexis Hasbrouck, Tyler John Logan, Tanisha Moore, Brayden Newby, Kent Overshown, Adéa Michelle Sessoms, Jenn Strafford, Sharrod Williams, Jennifer Wolfe, and Ricardo A. Zayas as ensemble members. Alexa De Barr, Tamrin Goldberg, Jordan Fife Hunt, Justin Keats, and Travis Ward-Osborne serve as swings. Amy Quanbeck joins as dance captain and swing, and Denzel Tsopnang as principal standby.

The tour will continue to Los Angeles, California at The Pantages Theatre June 30-September 4; San Francisco, California at Orpheum Theatre September 7-November 6; Costa Mesa, California at Segerstrom Center For The Arts November 9-November 27; Salt Lake City at Eccles Theater November 30-December 11; Seattle, Washington at Paramount Theatre December 14-January 1, 2023; Portland, Oregon at Keller Auditorium January 4-15, 2023; Las Vegas, Nevada at The Smith Center January 19-February 5, 2023; Fayetteville, Arkansa at Walton Arts Center February 8-19, 2023; Houston, Texas at The Hobby Center February 22-March 12; Dallas, Texas at Musical Hall at Fair Park March 15-April 2, 2023; New Orleans, Louisiana at Sanger Theatre April 5-16, 2023; Atlanta, Georgia at Fox theatre April 19-30, 2023; Durham, North Carolina at Durham Performing Arts Center May 3-24, 2023; Cincinnati, Ohio at Aronoff Center Mary 17-June 4, 2023; Cleveland, Ohio at Playhouse Square June 7-July 2, 2023; Philadelphia, PA at Kimmel Culture Center July 5-July 30, 2023; and Washington, D.C. at The Kennedy Center August 2-September 24, 2023.

Directed by Alex Timbers with a book by John Logan and choreography by Sonya Tayeh, Moulin Rouge! first opened on Broadway in 2019 following a Boston try-out. Based on the Baz Luhrmann-directed movie of the same name, the score features covers of "Fireworks" by Katy Perry, "Your Song" by Elton John, and "Chandelier" by Sia, among many others. The story takes place at Paris's famed Moulin Rouge and follows the tragic love story between performer Satine and composer Christian.

The production's music team includes Justin Levine and Ted Arthur as musical supervisors, Matt Stone as music producer, and Andrew Graham as music director. Orchestrations are by Levine, Stone, Katie Kresek, and Charlie Rosen, with dance arrangements by Levine and Stein and Michael Aarons as music coordinator.

Also in the creative team are Derek McLane as scenic designer, Catherine Zuber as costume designer, Justin Townsend as lighting designer, Peter Hylenski as sound designer, David Brian Brown as hair designer, Sarah Cimino as makeup designer, and creative services by Luhrmann and Catherine Martin. Casting is led by Jim Carnahan and Stephen Kopel, with Jeff Norman as stage manager. The creative team swept the 2020 Tony Awards, winning for Best Direction (Timbers), Choreography (Tayeh), Orchestrations (Levine, Stine, Kresek, and Rosen), Scenic Design (McLane), Costumes (Catherine Zuber), Lighting (Townsend), and Sound (Hylenski).

The tour is produced by Carmen Pavlovic, Gerry Ryan, and Bill Damaschke.

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Special Sneak Peek of the North American Tour of Moulin Rouge! The Musical


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