Jared Zirilli to Join Off-Broadway's The Jerusalem Syndrome | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Jared Zirilli to Join Off-Broadway's The Jerusalem Syndrome

The Wu Tang: An American Saga star will succeed James D. Gish in the York Theatre Company production.

Jared Zirilli

Jared Zirilli will succeed James D. Gish in the role of Mickey Rose in York Theatre Company's The Jerusalem Syndrome Off-Broadway beginning December 17. The production continues at The Theatre at St. Jean's through December 31.

Zirilli is currently appearing on Hulu's Wu Tang: An American Saga, with previous stage credits including The Donna Summer MusicalWe Will Rock YouLysistrata Jones, and Wicked.

The Jerusalem Syndrome explores the true psychological malady that causes over 200 tourists in Israel annually to suffer mental breakdowns, believing suddenly that they are characters from the Bible.

The cast features Farah Alvin (It Shoulda Been You), Dana Costello (Finding Neverland), Scott Cote (The Play That Goes Wrong), Andrea Fleming, Alan H. Green (Charlie & The Chocolate Factory), Danielle Lee James (The Lightning Thief), John Jellison (Come From Away), Josh Lamon (The Prom), Garrett Long (The Music Man), Karen Murphy (The Visit), Jeffrey Schecter (Fiddler on the Roof), Jennifer Smith (Anastasia), Chandler Sinks, Pablo Torres (¡Americano!), Curtis Wiley (Ain’t Too Proud), Lenny Wolpe (The Drowsy Chaperone), and Laura Woyasz (Wicked).

READ: The Jerusalem Syndrome Musical to Receive Off-Broadway Cast Recording

Don Stephenson directs, leading a creative time that includes music director Miles Plant, choreographer Alex Sanchez, scenic designer James Morgan, lighting designer Rob Denton, costume designer Fan Zhang, sound designer Josh Liebert, and projection designer Caite Hevner. Casting is by Geoff Josselson.

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Photos: York Theatre Company's The Jerusalem Syndrome

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