Get a 1st Look at Joshua Malina in Broadway's Leopoldstadt | Playbill

Production Photos Get a 1st Look at Joshua Malina in Broadway's Leopoldstadt

The Patrick Marber-directed production has released new production photos after recent cast changes.

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With the recent addition of Joshua Malina (The West Wing), Dave Register (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), and Cody Braverman to the cast of Tom Stoppard’s Olivier-winning play Leopoldstadt, the Broadway production has released new photos. The show continues an extended run at Broadway's Longacre Theatre through July 2. 

Malina stars as Hermann, taking over the role from original company member David Krumholtz, while Register plays Fritz and Braverman plays Young Leo. Ali Rose Dachis (Fish in the Dark, Usual Girls) has joined as an understudy. Company members Jesse AaronsonCharlotte Graham, and Sarah Killough as Leo/Aaron, Nellie, and Eva, respectively. Arty Froushan, Caissie Levy, and Tedra Millan also recently departed the production.

Set over several decades, beginning in 1899 Vienna, Leopoldstadt follows the lives of a singular extended Jewish family into the mid-20th century in an exploration of the human condition, legacy, and resilience. Previews for Stoppard's 19th Broadway show began September 4, 2022 and the Patrick Marber-directed production opened October 2, 2022 (read reviews here).

See New Production Photos of Leopoldstadt on Broadway

Patrick Marber, who led the West End production, helms the creative team featuring Tony-winning scenic designer Richard Hudson, costume designer Brigitte Reiffenstuel, Tony-winning lighting designer Neil Austin, and video designer Isaac Madge. Sound and original music are by Tony winner Adam Cork, and movement is by Emily Jane Boyle. Casting is by Jim Carnahan and Maureen Kelleher, and U.K. casting is by Amy Ball.

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The Olivier-winning play originally premiered in London in 2020 at the Wyndham Theatre, reuniting Stoppard, Marber, and producer Sonia Friedman for the first time since collaborating on Travesties in 2017. Stoppard has previously had 18 plays staged on Broadway, beginning with his famous reimagining Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, which opened 55 years ago. Since then, his work has won four Tony Awards for Best Play.

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