The gender-swapped revival of Company will return to the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater in November this year. Tony Award winners Katrina Lenk and Patty Lubon will be at the helm, and the cast is now complete.

The return of Company: what’s new

Joining the company is Manu Narayan playing the role of Theo. Kyle Dean Massey played the role before the closure. But he has left the production. Narayan collaborated with Company to perform another Stephen Sondheim-George Furth (Stephen Sondheim-George Furth) after performing in the previous non-Broadway revival of “Merrily We Roll About” in 2019.

Cast

Narayan with Lenk and LuPone and returning Broadway actor Matt Doyle as Jamie, three-time Tony Award nominee Christopher Fitzgerald as David, two Tony Award nominees Christopher Siber as Harry, Jennifer Simard as Sarah, Terrence Archie as Larry Grammy Award winner Etai Benson as Paul, Nikki Renée Daniels as Jenny, Claybourne Elder as Andy, Greg Hildreth as Peter, Rashidra Scott as Susan, Bobby Conte as PJ The cast includes Kathryn Allison, Britney Coleman, Jacob Dickey, Javier Ignacio, Anisha Nagarajan, Nicholas Rodriguez, Heath Saunders, Tally Sessions, and Matt Wall.

Plot

Company, this Broadway musical comedy masterpiece about finding love and cocktails in the Big Apple has undergone a radical change on Elliott’s revelatory stage. In this performance, the most iconic bachelor of the musical becomes a bachelor girl. . At Bobby’s (Lenk) 35th birthday party, all her friends wondered why she didn’t get married? Why can’t she find a suitable man? Moreover, why can’t she settle down and have a family? This dexterous musical comedy is a game-changing makeover for modern Manhattan, featuring some of Sondheim’s most popular songs, including “Company”, “You Can Make One Crazy”, “Lady at Lunch” “Our”, “Side by Side” and the iconic “Being Alive”. The Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre will host the revivals.

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Credits: playbill.com; theatermania.com

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