Cast Members from The Great Comet Will Head to Feinstein’s/54 Below | Playbill

News Cast Members from The Great Comet Will Head to Feinstein’s/54 Below The cast will take part in an evening of original songs and stories.
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Brittain Ashford in The Great Comet Chad Batka

The cast of Broadway’s Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 will head to Feinstein’s/54 Below February 27 for a night of original music and celebration.

Produced by Philip Romano, show time is 7 PM.

The evening will feature performances from cast members Sumayya Ali (ensemble/violin), Brittain Ashford (Sonya), Courtney Bassett (ensemble, u/s Mary), Gelsey Bell (Mary/Opera Singer/Maidservant), Josh Canfield (ensemble, u/s Anatole), Kennedy Caughell (swing), Nick Choksi (Dolokhov), Ken Clark (ensemble), Erica Dorfler (ensemble), Lulu Fall (ensemble, u/s Hélène, Marya D), Ashley Pérez Flanagan (ensemble, u/s Sonya, Mary), Nick Gaswirth (ensemble, u/s Pierre, Balaga), Alex Gibson (ensemble), Brad Giovanine (swing), Billy Joe Kiessling (ensemble/viola), Mary Spencer Knapp (ensemble/accordion), Blaine Krauss (swing, u/s Anatole), Andrew Mayer (ensemble/violin), Grace McLean (Marya D.), Azudi Onyejekwe (ensemble/fight captain, u/s Dolokhov), Mary Page Nance (swing), Shoba Narayan (swing, u/s Natasha), Paul Pinto (Balaga/Servant/Opera Singer), Pearl Rhein (ensemble/viola), Heath Saunders (ensemble, u/s Pierre, Balaga), Scott Stangland (Pierre standby), Cathryn Wake (ensemble/clarinet), and Lauren Zakrin (assistant dance captain/ensemble, u/s Natasha), among others.

The evening promises “a night of songs, stories, and celebration at Feinstein’s/54 Below,” according to press notes. “Join this eclectic collection of multi-talented artists for a dazzling evening filled with a wide variety of their original music (and some favorite covers).”

Feinstein’s/54 Below is located at 254 W. 54th Street. For more information and tickets, visit


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