Exclusive: Flip Through the Official "Grease: Live" Playbill! | Playbill

News Exclusive: Flip Through the Official "Grease: Live" Playbill! FOX and Paramount's live television production of Grease is set to debut nationwide this Sunday, and Playbill is ready to give you the full theatrical experience at home with our Official Grease: Live Playbill!

Just like the Playbill programs that theatre fans know and love from attending live theatrical experiences on Broadway and around the country, our exclusive and official Grease: Live Playbill puts the complete cast, creative team, song list and more at your fingertips. You can peruse bios and previous credits of the cast and crew, see pictures and videos from the production process and read about the development of this exciting new live television musical. It's a must-see for theatre fans and anyone excited about Grease: Live.

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Grease: Live is based on the original Broadway musical Grease, written by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, and Paramount Pictures' 1978 feature film adaptation. It is set to be broadcast Jan. 31 at 7 PM EST, 6 PM CST and 7 PM PST on FOX.

The award-winning Broadway creative team, executive produced by Marc Platt (Wicked) and directed by Thomas Kail (HamiltonIn the Heights) will include music supervision by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winner Tom Kitt (Next to Normal), production design by Drama Desk winner David Korins (Hamilton) and costume design by Tony Award-winner William Ivey Long (Cabaret).

Alex Rudzinski ("Dancing with the Stars") serves as the live television director.

Broadway writers Robert Cary ("Anything But Love," "Ira & Abby") and Jonathan Tolins (Buyer & CellarThe Last Sunday in June) are co-writers of the live television adaptation.

Zach Woodlee (The 2014 film adaptation of "Annie", "Glee") choreographs the live dance performances.

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