Emily Skinner, Jason Danieley, Sierra Boggess, and Mary Beth Peil to Lead A Little Night Music at Barrington Stage Company | Playbill

Regional News Emily Skinner, Jason Danieley, Sierra Boggess, and Mary Beth Peil to Lead A Little Night Music at Barrington Stage Company

The Sondheim musical will be directed by outgoing BSC Founder and Artistic Director Julianne Boyd.

Emily Skinner, Jason Danieley, Sierra Boggess, Mary Beth Peil

Broadway favorites Emily Skinner (The Cher Show), Jason Danieley (Pretty Woman), Sierra Boggess (School of Rock), and Mary Beth Peil (Anastasia) will lead Barrington Stage Company's upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's A Little Night Music. As previously announced, the Massachusetts production will be directed by BSC Founder and outgoing Artistic Director Julianne Boyd and is set to perform on the Boyd-Quinson Stage August 6–28.

Skinner, Danieley, Boggess, and Peil will take on the roles of Desiree, Frederick, Charlotte, and Madame Armfeldt, respectively, appearing alongside Cooper Grodin as Count Carl Magnus, Sabina Collazo as Anne Egerman, Noah Wolfe as Henrik Egerman, Sophie Mings as Petra, Kate Day Magocsi as Fredrika, Adam Richardson (Vikings: Valhalla) as Mr. Lindquist, Rebecca Pitcher as Mrs. Nordstrom, Stephanie Bacastow as Mrs. Anderssen, Andrew Maughan (Les Misérables) as Mr. Erlanson, Leslie Jackson as Mrs. Segstrom, and Slater Ashenhurst as Frid.

Based on the Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of a Summer NightA Little Night Music premiered on Broadway in 1973, originally produced and directed by Harold Prince. It won six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical (for Wheeler), and Best Original Score (for Sondheim). The work was revived on Broadway in 2009 in a production starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury, and Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch later in the run.

Boyd will lead a creative team that also includes choreographer Robert La Fosse and music director Darren R. Cohen, with additional members to be announced.

The Massachusetts theatre's upcoming season also includes Ain't Misbehavin' June 16–July 9, Anna in the Tropics July 16–30, and the world premiere of Laura Winters' All of Me September 21–October 9. Set for the St. Germain Stage at the Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center are world premieres of Andy Warhol in IranABCD, and The Supadupa Kid, and a new production of Waiting for Godot.

For more information, visit BarringtonStageCo.org.


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