Broadway Revival of Caroline, or Change Completes Limited Run January 9 | Playbill

Broadway News Broadway Revival of Caroline, or Change Completes Limited Run January 9

The Roundabout Theatre Company production stars Olivier winner Sharon D Clarke in the title role.

Sharon D Clarke in Caroline, or Change Joan Marcus

Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway revival of Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori's Caroline, or Change finishes its run January 9. Following a pandemic-postponement, the production officially opened at Studio 54 October 27, 2021, after starting previews October 8.

Sharon D Clarke stars in the title role, reprising her Olivier-winning performance from the 2018 West End staging. The musical details the story of Caroline Thibodeaux, an African-American woman working as a maid for a white Jewish family in the midst of the Civil Rights Movement.

The cast also features Caissie Levy as Rose Stopnick Gellman, John Cariani as Stuart Gellman, Samantha Williams as Emmie Thibodeaux, Joy Hermalyn as Grandma Gellman, Arica Jackson as The Washing Machine, Tamika Lawrence as Dotty Moffett, Kevin S. McAllister as The Dryer and The Bus, Harper Miles as Radio 3, N’Kenge as The Moon, Nya as Radio 2, Nasia Thomas as Radio 1, Stuart Zagnit as Grandpa Gellman, and Chip Zien as Mr. Stopnick.

Sharing the role of Noah Gellman are Gabriel Amoroso, Adam Makké, and Jaden Myles Waldman; Jackie Thibodeaux is played by Alexander Bello, and the role of Joe Thibodeaux is played by Jayden Theophile. Richard Alexander Phillips is an alternate for both Jackie and Joe.

Michael Longhurst directs the musical, featuring a book and lyrics by Kushner and music by Tesori. The creative team also includes choreography by Ann Yee, musical supervision by Nigel Lilley, musical direction by Joseph Joubert, sets and costumes by Fly Davis, lighting by Jack Knowles, sound by Paul Arditti, orchestrations by Rick Bassett, Joseph Joubert, and Buryl Red, hair and wig design by Amanda Miller, and make-up by Sarah Cimino.

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