Look Inside Opening Night of Off-Broadway's The Butcher Boy at Irish Rep | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Look Inside Opening Night of Off-Broadway's The Butcher Boy at Irish Rep

Asher Muldoon's adaptation of the Patrick McCabe novel opened August 1.

Cast and creatives of The Butcher Boy

The world premiere of The Butcher Boy opened August 1 at the Francs J. Greenburger Mainstage at Irish Repertory Theatre. The new work is set for a limited engagement through September 11.

Starring Nicholas Barasch as Francie Brady, the cast also features Joe Cassidy as Alo/William, Kerry Conte as Mary/Mary/Mary, Andrea Lynn Green as Ma, Daniel Marconi as Phillip Nugent, Michele Ragusa as Mrs. Nugent/Kathleen, and Scott Stangland as Da. Teddy Trice, Carey Rebecca Brown, Polly McKie, and David Baida star as Pigs 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively.

See photos from the opening-night celebration below.

Look Inside Opening Night of The Butcher Boy at Irish Repertory Theatre

The Butcher Boy is set in a Irish village in the 1960s where local youth Francie Brady is frustrated with his small town. The musical takes audiences into Francie's comic book dreamland, which becomes more precarious after he taunts newcomer Philip Nugent.

Written by Asher Muldoon, who began work on the adaptation while still a high school senior, The Butcher Boy is based on the 1992 novel of the same name by Patrick McCabe.

Ciarán O'Reilly directs with a creative team that includes music director David Hancock Turner, choreographer Barry McNabb, scenic designer Charlie Corcoran, costume designer by Orla Long, lighting designer Kat Zhou, sound designer M. Florian Staab, and projection designer Dan Scully.

April Ann Kline is the production stage manager, Jade Doina is the assistant stage manager, Liam Prendergast is the assistant director, and Emma Camp is the assistant choreographer. Orchestrations are by Muldoon and Sammy Grob, and casting is by JZ Casting.

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