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Production Photos Photos: Phone Rings, Door Chimes, In Comes Company on Tour!

See Britney Coleman and the cast of the gender-swapped Sondheim revival in newly released production shots.

Britney Coleman and company of the North American Tour of Company Matthew Murphy

Newly released production shots offer a look at the new U.S. national tour of Company. Director Marianne Elliott's gender-swapped revival of the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical embarked on a national tour October 8, with Britney Coleman starring as Bobbie. See the new photos below.

The cast also includes Judy McLane as Joanne, Kathryn Allison as Sarah, Matt Bittner as David, Ali Louis Bourzgui as Paul, Derrick Davis as Larry, Javier Ignacio as Peter, James Earl Jones II as Harry, Marina Kondo as Susan, Matt Rodin as Jamie, Emma Stratton as Jenny, Jacob Dickey as Andy, Tyler Hardwick as PJ, and David Socolar as Theo.

Rounding out the company are Matthew Christian, Christopher DeAngelis, Kenneth Quinney Francouer, CJ Greer, Elysia Jordan, Beth Stafford Laird, and Christopher Henry Young.

Take a Look at Production Photos of the North American Tour of Company

This production of Company reimagines the 1970 musical to newly center around a female protagonist: Bobbie. Unmarried and 35, Bobbie visits her large group of married friends, most of whom are very concerned with why Bobbie hasn't yet settled down. The Sondheim score includes such favorites as "Sorry-Grateful," "You Could Drive a Person Crazy," "Getting Married Today," "Barcelona," and "Being Alive."

Following a 2018 run in London's West End, the production transferred to Broadway just before COVID-19 shut down all of Broadway. More than a year later, the revival finally resumed performances, ultimately opening December 9, 2021—read reviews here. For Sondheim, who died November 26, 2021, during previews, the revival would become the final Broadway production of his that he saw before his passing. The production would go on to run for 268 performances and 32 previews, closing July 31, 2022.

Elliott's creative team includes choreographer Liam Steel, musical supervisor Joel Fram (who also supplies additional vocal arrangements), set and costume designer Bunny Christie, lighting designer Neil Austin, original sound designer Ian Dickinson, tour sound designer Keith Caggiano, orchestrator David Cullen, dance arranger Sam Davis, illusion designer Chris Fisher, and hair, wig, and makeup designer Campbell Young Associates. The production is cast by Tara Rubin. Jay Carey is production stage manager, Matthew Brooks is stage manager, and Ashani Smith is assistant stage manager.

The tour is currently scheduled to play 25 cities including Detroit, Chicago, Memphis, New Haven, Boston, Pittsburgh, Denver, and Seattle. For a full itinerary, visit

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