The York Theatre Company (James Morgan, Producing Artistic Director; W. David McCoy, Chairman) and Hilary A. Williams LLC, present the Off-Broadway premiere of the new musical, Tomorrow Morning, with book, lyrics and music by Laurence Mark Wythe, direction by Tom Mullen, choreography by Lorin Latarro and music direction by John Bell. Rehearsals begin today for the four-member cast, which features D.B. Bonds (The Phantom of the Opera), Autumn Hurlbert (Legally Blonde), Matthew Hydzik (West Side Story) and Mary Mossberg (Mamma Mia! National Tour).
Performances begin Friday, March 21, 2011 for a limited engagement through Saturday, April 23, 2011 at The Theatre at Saint Peter's (619 Lexington Avenue, entrance on East 54th Street). Opening night is set for Wednesday, March 30, 2011.
Tomorrow Morning is a warmly sophisticated new musical about the coupling and uncoupling of relationships. Witty, moving and emotionally complex, Tomorrow Morning speaks to anyone who has ever fallen in or out of love. Tomorrow Morning has received previous productions in both London and Chicago and, in 2009, won Chicago's Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Musical.
The creative team also includes Dan P. Conley (Scenic Design), Bill Morey (Costume Design), Kirk Bookman (Lighting Design) and Mike Tutaj (Video, Projections & Sound Design). The Production Stage Manager is Sarah Butke.
Please visit www.yorktheatre.org for the complete performance schedule. Tickets are $67.50 and are available online at www.yorktheatre.org, by calling (212) 935-5820 , or in person at the box office at the York Theatre at Saint Peter's (enter on 54th Street, just East of Lexington), and are currently on sale for Tomorrow Morning through Saturday, April 23rd.
The York Theatre Company is the only theater in New York City - and one of very few in the world - dedicated to developing and fully producing new musicals and preserving neglected, notable shows from the past. Over the past two seasons alone, York productions and artists have been nominated for a combined 31 Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League, Audelco and Callaway Awards (and its productions of Yank! A WWII Love Story and Enter Laughing, The Musical have both been announced for Broadway transfers). For over four decades, York's intimate, imaginative style of producing both original and neglected classic musicals has resulted in critical acclaim and recognition from artists and audiences alike. Under the guidance of Artistic Director James Morgan since 1997, the York has focused exclusively on new musicals in its Mainstage Series-most of them world, American, or New York premieres-by some of the field's most esteemed creators, and has also helped launch the careers of many talented new writers. Over 30 cast recordings from York Theatre Company productions are now available on CD, and commercial transfers of such York premieres as The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!), Souvenir, Jolson & Company, and its acclaimed revivals of Sweeney Todd and Pacific Overtures have all showcased the importance of the York and its programs.
Hilary A. Williams LLC (Producer) has been a co-producer on many West End productions including The Goat or Who Is Sylvia Starring Jonathan Pryce; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf starring Kathleen Turner; The Postman Always Rings Twice with Val Kilmer; PIAF starring Elena Roger; The Little Dog Laughed with Tamsin Grieg. She is a co- producer on the much acclaimed End of the Rainbow with Tracy Bennett; was Associate Producer on Sasha Regan's Award winning All Male The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert & Sullivan at the beautiful Wilton's Music Hall. Hilary is one of the producers of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying starring Daniel Radcliffe which will be premièring in March 2011 at the Al Hirschfeld Theater. Tomorrow Morning has always been a very special project to her since first seeing it in a workshop at the Bridewell Theatre in Fleet Street, London, and was delighted that it won the Jeff Award for Best Musical in 2009. She is also a co-producer on the much acclaimed End of the Rainbow, which has received four Olivier Award nominations
Matthew Hydzik, Mary Mossberg, Autumn Hurlbert, D.B. Bonds
Mary Mossberg, D.B. Bonds
Matthew Hydzik, D.B. Bonds, Autumn Hurlbert, Mary Mossberg
Lorin Latarro (choreographer), Matthew Hydzik, D.B. Bonds, Autumn Hurlbert, Mary Mossberg, Tom Mullen (Director), John Bell (Music Director)
Mary Mossberg, D.B. Bonds
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