Step Inside a 2-Show Day at Broadway's The Notebook as Jordan Tyson Takes Over Playbill's Instagram May 11 | Playbill

On the Rialto Step Inside a 2-Show Day at Broadway's The Notebook as Jordan Tyson Takes Over Playbill's Instagram May 11

The musical adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel plays the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.

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Join the company of Broadway's The Notebook for a two-show day when Jordan Tyson takes over Playbill's Instagram May 11. Tyson will be posting throughout the day, so make sure you're following @Playbill to keep up on all the action.

The musical adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel, which officially opened at Broadway's Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre March 14, follows Allie and Noah, who share a lifetime of love despite forces that threaten to pull them apart.

Tyson plays the Younger Allie in the romantic musical, which features three actors as Allie and three as Noah at different points in their life. The production received three Tony nominations, for Bekah Brunstetter's book, and performances by lead actors Dorian Harewood and Maryann Plunkett.

The new musical—featuring a score by singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson and a book by Brunstetter—also features Joy Woods as Middle Allie and Tony winner Plunkett as Older Allie with John Cardoza as Younger Noah, Ryan Vasquez as Middle Noah, and Harewood as Older Noah.

The cast also includes Andréa Burns as Mother and Nurse Lori, Yassmin Alers as Nurse Joanna, Chase Del Rey as Lon, Hillary Fisher as Sarah, Dorcas Leung as Georgie, Carson Stewart as Johnny and Fin, and Charles E. Wallace as Father and Son. Rounding at the company as swings are Alex Benoit, Jerome Harmann-Hardeman, Happy McPartlin, Juliette Ojeda, Kim Onah, and Charlie Webb.

WATCH: Ingrid Michaelson Performs 'If This Is Love' From The Notebook Musical

The core creative team members from the Chicago Shakespeare Theater world premiere returned for the Broadway production—with co-direction by Michael Greif (Dear Evan Hansen, Rent) and Schele Williams (Aida, Motown the Musical) and choreography by Katie Spelman.

Read reviews for the Broadway production here.

The new musical also has scenic design by David Zinn and Brett J. Banakis, costume design by Paloma Young, lighting design by Ben Stanton, sound design by Nevin Steinberg, projection design by Lucy Mackinnon, and hair and wig design by Mia Neal. The production’s music supervisor is Carmel Dean, who collaborated on arrangements with Michaelson and on orchestrations with John Clancy. Geoffrey Ko is music director. Casting is by The Telsey Office's Patrick Goodwin, which Chicago casting by Bob Mason. Victoria Navarro is production stage manager.

Photos: The Notebook on Broadway

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