See Who's Starring in Mozart: Her Story—The New Musical at Carnegie Hall | Playbill

Cabaret & Concert News See Who's Starring in Mozart: Her Story—The New Musical at Carnegie Hall

Stephanie Klemons will direct the two performances at Carnegie's Zankel Hall.

Kennedy Caughell, Zachary Noah Piser, and Sasha Hutchings

Timeless Stage & Screen, in association with Amas Musical Theatre, will present special performances of Mozart: Her Story—The New Musical March 5-6 at 7:30 PM at Carnegie Hall's Zankel Hall.

Directed by Stephanie Klemons, the cast will feature Kennedy Caughell (Paradise Square) as Nan with Justin Matthew Sargent (Rock of Ages) as Wolfgang, Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde), Kate Rockwell (Mean Girls), Zachary Noah Piser (Dear Evan Hansen), Etai Benson (Company), Jonathan Mousset (Jersey Boys), Jenna Leigh Green (Wicked), Gregory Treco (Hamilton), Greg Laucella (In The Heights), Jelani Remy (Ain't Too Proud), Sasha Hutchings (Hamilton), Asmeret Ghebremichael (Legally Blonde), and Morgan Marcell (Hamilton, Miss Saigon), with Jillian Davis, Tatian Melendez, Larissa Gerske, Joe González, Thomas Dilley, and Kelly Marsh.

Mozart: Her Story—The New Musical has a book and lyrics by Tegan Summer and music and additional lyrics by Gregory Nabours. The musical follows Wolfgang Mozart’s sister, Nan Mozart, a brilliant composer who struggles to be seen and heard in the male-dominated 18th century court. When the young virtuosa is silenced and banned from all artistic endeavors, she rebels.

Dwight Rhoden and Desmond Richardson will choreograph with music direction by Nabours and dramaturgy by Colette Freedman. The production team also includes sound designer Jason Crystal, lighting designer Ryan O’Gara, costume designer Christine Darch, and production stage manager Rebecca Azenberg. Casting is by Stephanie Klapper.

KGM Theatrical is the general manager, Patricia R. Klausner is executive producer, Olisher Earle and R. Erin Craig are producers, and Summer is lead producer.

Tickets for the March 5 performance are available here; click here for the March 6 performance.

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