Full Casting Announced for Tuck Everlasting On Broadway

tuck-everlasting-logoThe question of eternal life, one sometimes may ask themselves, is the subject a beloved book turned film now heading to the Broadway stage this season. A new musical about family, love and living your life to the fullest is the story that plays out as Tuck Everlasting leaves the audience questioning their decisions and asking the question; If You Could Live Forever, Would You? Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the exciting news that casting is now complete for the Broadway debut of Tuck Everlasting!

Jessica+Lee+Goldyn_Headshot_0155+webTuck Everlasting has completed its casting for its Broadway bow slated for later this spring at The Broadhurst Theatre. New cast members joining the production include Pippa Pearthree as Nana as well as the entire ensemble which includes Jessica Lee Goldyn (Pictured Right), Timothy J. Alex, Jonathan Burke, Callie Carter, Chloe Campbell, Benjamin Cook, Elizabeth Crawford, Deanna Doyle, Brandon Espinoza, Lisa Gajda, Christopher Gurr, Neil Haskell, Matt Meigs, Heather Parcells, Justin Patterson, Marco Schittone, Brooklyn Shuck, Jennifer Smith and Kathy Voytko.

MV5BMTQ2MzQ1MDI3Nl5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwNzI1MjI2MzE@._V1_UY317_CR12,0,214,317_AL_Set to begin previews March 31st before an official opening April 26th, 2016; the cast also includes Two-time Emmy Award winner Michael Park as Angus Tuck, Three-time Tony nominee Terrence Mann as The Man in the Yellow Suit, Fred Applegate as Constable Joe, Robert Lenzi as Miles Tuck, Michael Wartella as Hugo and Valerie Wright as Betsy Foster. The production is led by Tony Award nominee Carolee Carmello as Mae Tuck, Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Pictured Left) as Jesse Tuck and Sarah Charles Lewis making her Broadway debut as Winnie Foster. Carmello, Keenan-Bolger and Lewis reprise their roles from the musical’s premiere at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta in 2015.

712611430321112Tuck Everlasting comes to Broadway helmed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw (Pictured Left) as director and choreographer. Nicholaw is currently represented on Broadway with Disney’a Aladdin, Something Rotten! and The Book Of Mormon. The rest of the creative team includes Walt Spangler as scenic designer, Tony Award winner Gregg Barnes as costume designer, Tony Award winner Kenneth Posner as lighting designer and Tony Award winner Brian Ronan as sound designer. Rob Berman is musical supervisor while John Clancy provides orchestrations. Casting is by Telsey + Company.

Luner Lowdown: I am so incredibly excited about Tuck Everlasting coming to Broadway this season for many reasons. First of all, this story is one I have loved for a very long time. I read this story growing up as a teenager and then saw the film version of the story which came out just over a decade ago in 2002. I always imagined this story would be a great one for the stage and am happy to see that at last coming to life. The show was slated for a pre-Broadway debut in Boston in 2013. However, that was cancelled due to a lack of available New York theaters and the show was never mounted until just this past year. Another reason I am very excited for Tuck Everlasting is the creative team involved with the show. Casey Nicholaw is a true genius when it comes to Broadway. Nicholaw also brings along a fantastic creative team for his shows in particular, costume designer Gregg Barnes who has produced some of the most beautiful and authentic costumes on Broadway. I can’t to see what this show holds in store. Let’s hope the word forever plays to their advantage.

Luner on Theatre will keep  you updated as Tuck Everlasting heads to Broadway this spring! We’ll bring you more information, first looks and more as another new musical lines itself up for Broadway this season. For more information, visit Tuck Everlasting’s Official Website, Facebook or Twitter. (Please note; Unless a photo is noted to be taken by Luner on Theatre, we do not own/claim ownership for any photos used in this post.) And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know and so much more! 



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