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Brookside Dr, Millburn, NJ 7041
Closed April 29, 2018
A world premiere musical from a Tony-winning creative teamAlert me on return
Why See The Sting?
Con Or Be Conned
1973's Oscar-winning caper starring Robert Redford and Paul Newman has been turned into a brand new musical, which receives its world premiere premiere at the Paper Mill House. A twisty tale that features deception upon deception, The Sting follows two lovable conmen in 1930's Chicago in their quest to take down the city's biggest racketeer. Harry Connick, Jr. will star as Henry Gondorff!
The Tony Award-winning creative team behind this adaptation include Urinetown's songwriting duo Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis, and Drowsy Chaperone bookwriter Bob Martin, while John Rando (On The Town) directs. With its sights set on a future Broadway run, The Sting promises to be a frothy musical delight, from some of the most talented folks in the musical theatre business.
Opening night: 29 March 2018
Cast and Creative
Harry Connick Jr. as Henry Gondorff
Peter Benson as The Erie Kid
Janet Dacal as Loretta
Christopher Gurr as J.J Singleton
J. Harrison Ghee as Johnny Hooker
Tom Hewitt as Doyle Lonnegon
Richard Kline as Kid Twist
Kevyn Morrow as Luther
Kate Shindle as Billie
Robert Wuhl as Snider
Lucien Barbarin, Darius Barnes, Keely Beirne, Michael Fatica, Luke Hawkins, Tyler Huckstep, Matt Loehr, Erica Mansfield, Drew McVety, Ramone Owens, Tyler Roberts, Angie Schworer, Christine Shepard, Britton Smith, Sherisse Springer, Diana Vaden, Kevin Worley and Lara Seibert Young
Book by Bob Martin
Music by Mark Hollmann
Lyrics by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis
Based on the 1973 film 'The Sting'
Choreographed by Warren Carlyle
Directed by John Rando
What you thought
6 reviews, average rating: (3.5 Stars)
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