Tony Award winner Anika Noni Rose (Caroline, or Change; A Raisin in the Sun; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof) will play the title role in this production directed by CSC Artistic Director John Doyle (The Color Purple) and choreographed by Bill T. Jones (Fela!)
BOOK AND LYRICS BY OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II
BASED ON HENRI MEILHAC AND LUDOVIC HALÉVY’S ADAPTATION OF PROSPER MÉRIMÉE’S CARMEN
MUSIC BY GEORGES BIZET
CHOREOGRAPHED BY BILL T. JONES
DIRECTED BY JOHN DOYLE
SCENIC DESIGNER SCOTT PASK
COSTUME DESIGNER ANN HOULD-WARD
LIGHTING DESIGNER ADAM HONORÉ
SOUND DESIGNER DAN MOSES SCHREIER
WIG & HAIR DESIGNER MIA NEAL
MUSIC SUPERVISOR/ORCHESTRATOR JOSEPH JOUBERT
CASTING TELSEY + COMPANY
THIS PERFORMANCE IS RUNNING 95 MINS WITH NO INTERMISSION.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL PERFORMANCES START ON TIME AND THERE IS NO LATE SEATING. THIS PRODUCTION IS RECOMMENDED FOR AGES 12+
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Since 2004, The Drama Desk Award-winning 59E59 Theaters has been dedicated to bringing the best new work from around the country and across the world to premiere in New York. Conveniently located in the heart of Midtown, just east of Central Park, this Off Broadway destination is a spectacular, modern theater complex boasting three spaces and presenting live performances six days a week, 50 weeks a year.
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Directed by JAMES REES
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