Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow Host Pride Performance of Circle Jerk June 11 | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow Host Pride Performance of Circle Jerk June 11

The Off-Broadway production of Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley's Pulitzer finalist will host several Pride-specific performances.

Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow host a special Pride performance at 10:30 PM of Circle Jerk June 11. The performance is one of several special Pride presentations recently announced by the production, which is being presented simultaneuosly in-person and live-streamed at Off-Broadway's The Connelly Theater. It officially opens June 14, and will run through June 25. Additional Pride-specific performances are scheduled for June 17, 18, and 24 at 10:30 PM; and June 25 at 3 PM.

Set in wintertime on Gaymen Island, a summer retreat for the homosexual rich and famous, Circle Jerk follows two white gay internet trolls who scheme to take what they want in a chaotic mix of flip flops as three actors play nine roles.

Moss and Marlow's SIX: The Musical recently received eight Tony nominations, including Best Musical, Best Original Score, and Best Direction of a Musical for Moss and co-director Jamie Armitage.

Cat Rodríguez join Breslin and Foley in the cast. Rory Pelsue directs, and Ariel Sibert serves as dramaturg. Breslin and Foley previously executive produced and co-wrote the book for Ratatouille: The Tik Tok Musical.

The creative team for Circle Jerk includes video and co-lighting designer David Bengali, co-lighting designer and video associate Ted Boyce-Smith, scenic and prop designer Stephanie Osin Cohen, sound designer Kathy Ruvuna, costume designer Cole McCarty, wig and make-up designer Tommy Kurzman, stage manager Codey Leroy Butler, production manager Violet Asmara Tafari, technical director Jesse Mattes, and assistant stage manager Carolina Arboleda.

Miranda Gohh and Emma Orme co-produce, with Jeremy O. Harris, Caroline Gart, and Salman Al-Rashid serving as executive producers. Noah Eisenberg serves as co-producer, with Steven Ebert serving as associate producer. FourthWall Theatrical provides generous support.

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