Bonnie & Clyde

Bonnie & Clyde

Bonnie & Clyde


BONNIE & CLYDE

Number of Previews: 33
Number of Performances: 36
First Preview : November 4, 2011
Opening Night : December 1, 2011
Closing Night : December 30, 2011

Opening Night Cast
Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes, Claybourne Elder, Joe Hart, Louis Hobson, Melissa Van Der Schyff, Talon Ackerman, Leslie Becker, Mimi Bessette, Alison Cimmet, Daniel Cooney, Jon Fletcher, Kelsey Fowler, Victor Hernandez, Michael Lanning, Garrett Long, Matt Lutz, Marissa McGowan, Tad Wilson


OVERVIEW

At the height of the Great Depression, two small-town kids from the middle of nowhere became the biggest folk heroes in all America. They craved adventure – and each other. Their names were Bonnie and Clyde. Unafraid, unashamed, and irresistible, their daring story of love and crime captured the imagination of a country. Today, the most infamous duo of the 20th century takes aim at a whole new target: Broadway.

REVIEWS

“An Arresting New Musical”

Variety

“A Stunner!”

The Huffington Post

“One great score and two terrific leads!”

Associated Press

“Jeremy Jordan is a rising musical star!”

The New York Times

“Laura and Jeremy are a sexy and dynamic duo.”

-The Associated Press

“Frank Wildhorn’s best work to date!”

-Time Out New York

CREDITS


Opening Night Production Credits

Theatre Owned/Operated by The Shubert Organization (Phillip J. Smith: Chairman; Robert E. Wankel: President)

Produced by Kathleen Raitt, Jerry Frankel, Jeffrey Richards, Barry Satchwell Smith, Michael Jenkins, Howard Caplan, Bernie Abrams/Michael Speyer, Barry & Carole Kaye, Terry Schnuck, Nederlander Presentations, Inc., Alden Badway/The Broadway Consortium, Corey Brunish/Brisa Trinchero, Patty Baker, Bazinet & Company and Jeremy Scott Blaustein; Produced in association with Stageventures 2011 Limited Partnership, Darren Bagert, Robert G. Bartner, BGM, Broadway Across America, Ronald Frankel, Tony Ponturo, Bruce Robert Harris/Jack W. Batman, Cynthia Stroum and DSM/Gabriel Kamel

Book by Ivan Menchell; Lyrics by Don Black; Music by Frank Wildhorn; Musical Director: Jason Howland; Music arranged by John McDaniel; Music orchestrated by John McDaniel

Directed by Jeff Calhoun; Choreographed by Jeff Calhoun; Associate Director: Coy Middlebrook

Scenic Design by Tobin Ost; Costume Design by Tobin Ost; Lighting Design by Michael Gilliam; Sound Design by John Shivers; Projection Design by Aaron Rhyne; Hair and Wig Design by Charles LaPointe; Make-Up Design by Ashley Ryan; Associate Scenic Design: Christine Peters; Associate Costume Design: Leslie Malitz; Associate Hair Design: Leah Loukas; Associate Lighting Design: John Viesta

General Manager: Bespoke Theatricals; Company Manager: Doug Gaeta; Associate Gen. Mgr: David Roth; Associate Co. Mgr: Roseanna M Sharrow

Technical Supervisor: Neil A. Mazzella and Hudson Theatrical Associates; Production Stage Manager: Paul J. Smith; Stage Manager: Megan Schneid

Conducted by Jason Howland; Musical Supervisor: John McDaniel; Associate Conductor: Jeff Tanski; Music Contractor: David Lai; Piano: Jason Howland; Synthesizer: Jeff Tanski; Violin: Cenovia Cummins; Drums: Clint DeGanon; Bass: Chris Lightcap; Guitar 1: Brian Koonin; Guitar 2/Banjo/Pedal Steel: Gordon Titcomb; Woodwinds: Rob Jacoby and Dan Willis; Synthesizer Programmer: Randy Cohen

Fight direction by Steve Rankin; Casting: Telsey + Company; General Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates, Irene Gandy and Alana Karpoff; Marketing: Jeffrey Richards Associates, Alana Karpoff and Irene Gandy; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.

Opening Night Cast

Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes, Claybourne Elder, Joe Hart, Louis Hobson, Melissa Van Der Schyff, Talon Ackerman, Leslie Becker, Mimi Bessette, Alison Cimmet, Daniel Cooney, Jon Fletcher, Kelsey Fowler, Victor Hernandez, Michael Lanning, Garrett Long, Matt Lutz, Marissa McGowan, Tad Wilson

Swings: Sean Jenness, Katie Klaus, Cassie Okenka, Justin Matthew Sargent

Understudies: Rozi Baker (Young Bonnie), Alison Cimmet (Blanche Barrow, Cumie Barrow, Emma Parker, Governor Ferguson), Daniel Cooney (Preacher, Sheriff Schmid), Jon Fletcher (Clyde Barrow), Sean Jenness (Henry Barrow, Preacher), Katie Klaus (Blanche Barrow), Garrett Long (Blanche Barrow, Cumie Barrow, Emma Parker, Governor Ferguson), Matt Lutz (Buck Barrow, Ted Hinton), Marissa McGowan (Bonnie Parker), Cassie Okenka (Bonnie Parker), Justin Matthew Sargent (Buck Barrow, Bud, Clyde Barrow, Ted Hinton), Jack Tartaglia (Young Clyde), Tad Wilson (Preacher, Sheriff Schmid)

PHOTO GALLERY

Bonnie & Clyde Photos



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