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Production Photos See New Photos of Broadway's 1776 Featuring Kristolyn Lloyd as John Adams

The company of the Roundabout-A.R.T. co-production features an all-female, transgender, and non-binary cast.

Kristolyn Lloyd (seated) and company of 1776
Kristolyn Lloyd (seated) and company of 1776 Joan Marcus

Check out new production photos of the current Broadway revival of 1776, featuring Kristolyn Lloyd, who joined the company October 25 as John Adams. 

Jeffrey L. Page and Diane Paulus co-direct the Sherman Edwards-Peter Stone musical about the founding fathers on the brink of signing the Declaration of Independence. The Roundabout-A.R.T. co-production began previews at Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre September 16, and officially opened October 6. The Broadway production features a racially and ethnically diverse cast, composed entirely of performers who identify as female, nonbinary, and trans.

The cast also features Gisela Adisa as Robert Livingston, Nancy Anderson as George Read, Becca Ayers as Col. Thomas McKean, Tiffani Barbour as Andrew McNair, Carolee Carmello as John Dickinson, Allyson Kaye Daniel as Abigail Adams and Rev. Jonathan Witherspoon, Elizabeth A. Davis as Thomas Jefferson, Mehry Eslaminia as Charles Thomson, Joanna Glushak as Stephen Hopkins, Shawna Hamic as Richard Henry Lee, Eryn LeCroy as Martha Jefferson and Dr. Lyman Hall, Liz Mikel as John Hancock, Patrena Murray as Benjamin Franklin, Oneika Phillips as Joseph Hewes, Lulu Picart as Samuel Chase, Sara Porkalob as Edward Rutledge, Sushma Saha as Judge James Wilson, Brooke Simpson as Roger Sherman, Salome B. Smith as Courier, Sav Souza as Dr. Josiah Bartlett, Jill Vallery as Caesar Rodney, and Shelby Acosta, Ariella Serur, Grace Stockdale, Dawn L. Troupe and Imani Pearl Williams as standbys.

Click through the gallery below. 

See Photos of Kristolyn Lloyd, Carolee Carmello, More in Roundabout Theatre Company's 1776

 
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