Call Me Madam

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ENCORES!

at

New York City Center

February 6 - 10, 2019


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ABOUT THE WORK :

“For the second time in Encores! history—and as a tip of the hat to City Center’s legacy—we’re reviving one of our own revivals. Call Me Madam was the highlight of the second season of Encores! and we are delighted to bring it back to our stage in honor of our 75th Anniversary Season. Tony-nominee Carmen Cusack plays the charmingly unrefined Sally Adams, the “hostess with the mostess,” and ambassador to the fictional country of Lichtenburg. With beloved standards like “It’s a Lovely Day Today” and “Something to Dance About,” The New York Times praised the score as one of Irving Berlin’s most enchanting; “fresh, light, and beguiling.”

— Encores! 


MY ROLE :

Mr. Gibson/Ensemble

OUR TEAM :

Director :
Casey Husion

Choreographer :
Dennis Jones

Production Stage Manager :
Karen Moore

Stage Manager :
Brian Bogan

Assistant Stage Manager :
Merrick A.B. Williams

Casting :
Jay Binder, CSA & Mark Brandon, CSA

CAST :

Carmen Cusack (Mrs. Sally Adams), Ben Davis (Cosmo Constantine), Jason Gotay (Kenneth Gibson), Adam Heller (Congressman Wilkins), Carol Kane (Grand Duchess Sophie), Stanley Wayne Mathis (Senator Brockbank), Brad Oscar (Senator Gallagher), Randy Rainbow (Sebastian Sebastian), Michael Benjamin Washington (Pemberton Maxwell) and Lauren Worsham (Princess Maria)

with

Florrie Bagel, Daniel Berryman, Taeler Elyse Cyrus, Leslie Flesner, Ta’nika Gibson, Christopher Gurr, Leah Horowitz, Javier Ignacio, Max Kumangai, Matt Loehr, Brandt Martinez, Skye Mattox, Timothy McDevitt, Harris Milgrim, Bethany Moore, Mary Page Nance, Robert Roby, Kathy Voytko, Sumi Yu, and Ricardo Zayas

The New York City Center renovation project was carried out by Ennead Architects - click image for more details.

The New York City Center renovation project was carried out by Ennead Architects - click image for more details.


Photo Credit :  Justin Patterson

Photo Credit : Justin Patterson

Christopher Gurr is an American theatre artist and educator known for playing a wide range of roles on Broadway and across the U.S. as well as the more readily accessible reaches of Canada.

Native Southerner, Midwest educated, with chapters in Northern California and southern Appalachia he, currently makes his home in New York City.

For more information on Christopher’s coaching practice and client testimonials, click here.