Tony-Winning Take Me Out Revival Returns to Broadway October 27; Check Out New Photos | Playbill

Broadway News Tony-Winning Take Me Out Revival Returns to Broadway October 27; Check Out New Photos

Tony winner Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Tony nominee Jesse Williams reprise their roles in the Richard Greenberg play.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams in Take Me Out Joan Marcus

The return engagement of the 2022 Tony-winning revival of Richard Greenberg's Take Me Out begins performances October 27 at the Schoenfeld Theatre. The limited 14-week run will conclude January 29. 

The majority of cast is reprising their roles from Second Stage's spring production including Tony winner Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Tony nominees Jesse Williams and Michael OberholtzerJulian Cihi, Hiram Delgado, Brandon J. Dirden, Carl Lundstedt, Ken Marks, Eduardo Ramos, and Tyler Lansing Weaks.

Bill Heck (Cabaret, Brooklyn Boy) joins the company in the role of Kippy, the part created for this revival by Patrick J. Adams. The latter is unable to return to the part due to his role in the CBC original series Plan B.

Understudies for the return engagement include Michael Castillejos, Lance Takeshi, Stephen Wattrus, and Tim Wright.

Take a look at new production photos below:

See Photos of Jesse Williams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, More in Take Me Out

Williams stars as baseball star Darren Lemming, center fielder for the Empires, who comes out of the closet, revealing a tradition of long-held unspoken prejudices off the field. Take Me Out premiered on Broadway in 2003, winning the Best Play Tony Award.

Helmed by Scott Ellis, the Second Stage Theater production was nominated for four 2022 Tony Awards, ultimately winning Best Revival of a Play and Featured Actor in a Play for Ferguson. The initial run began March 10 at Second Stage's Hayes Theater, officially opening April 4 and running through June 11. 

Ellis reunites his entire creative team, including scenic designer David Rockwell, costume designer Linda Cho, lighting designer Kenneth Posner, and sound designer Bray Poor. Casting is by Jim Carnahan. The encore run is produced by Barry and Fran Weissler.

The production, which features full-frontal male nudity, will continue requiring the use of Yondr pouches, into which audience members' phones are placed and locked for the duration of the performance, all while still in guests' own possession. The pouches are then unlocked and collected by staff at the end of the show. Visit


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