Following its triumphant Into the Woods, Roundabout’s company in residence, Fiasco Theater, reimagines its next Stephen Sondheim creation.
With Fiasco’s one-of-a-kind imagination, this audacious musical about a trio of showbiz friends who fall apart and come together over 20 years emerges as newly personal and passionate.
Roundabout welcomes this ensemble back for this emotionally rich new production that confronts the pains and pleasures of fame, fortune, and old friends.
Running time: 1 hour and 45 minutes with no intermission.
First preview: January 12, 2019
Opening Night: February 19, 2019
Relaxed performance available March 30, 2019. Lean more.
Merrily We Roll Along Company
Merrily We Roll Along Creative
- Company in Residence
- Fiasco Theater
- Music and Lyrics
- Stephen Sondheim
- George Furth
- Original play
- George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
- Scenic Design
- Derek McLane
- Costume Design
- Paloma Young
- Lighting Design
- Christopher Akerlind
- Sound Design
- Peter Hylenski
- Music Contractor
- Meg Zervoulis
- Fiasco Theater Singing and Alexander Technique Consultant
- Kathryn Armour
- Production Stage Mananger
- Mark Dobrow
- Music Director/Orchestrations & New Arrangements
- Alexander Gemignani
- Lorin Latarro
- Noah Brody
For every production, we create an UPSTAGE guide that features interviews with the production’s creative team members, contextual information about the play and teacher resources and activities to enhance your experience. Read this show's guide here.
Major support for Merrily We Roll Along generously provided by Perry and Marty Granoff and The Shen Family Foundation.
Partial underwriting support for Merrily We Roll Along contributed by Roger Berlind, Robert Boyett Theatricals and Gina Maria Leonetti.
This production benefits from Roundabout’s Musical Theatre Production Fund with lead gifts from Perry and Marty Granoff, Michael Kors and Lance Le Pere, Diane and Tom Tuft, and Cynthia C. Wainwright and Stephen Berger.
Special thanks to Elizabeth Armstrong and Gina Maria Leonetti for supporting Roundabout’s development of Merrily We Roll Along.
Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
Laura Pels Theatre
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