This Week on Broadway for April 3, 2011: The Other Place is a Must See



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Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (Richard Rodgers Theatre)
Written by Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Mois├ęs Kaufman
Designers: Derek McLane (sets), David Zinn (costumes), David Lander (lights), Acme Sound Partners and Cricket S. Myers (sound)
Starring: Robin Williams (Tiger), Arian Moayed (Musa), Glenn Davis (Tom), Brad Fleischer (Kev), Necar Zadegan (Iraqi Woman, Leper), Hrach Titizian (Iraqi Man, Uday), Sheila Vand (Iraqi Teenager, Hadia)
Hello Again (52 Mercer)
Written by Michael John LaChiusa
Directed by Jack Cummings III, choreographed by Scott Rink, musical directed by Chris Haberl
Designers: Sandra Goldmark (set), Kathryn Rohe (costumes), R. Lee Kennedy (lights), Michael Rasbury (sound)
Scenes and stars (because this show is weird):
The Whore and The Solider (Nikka Graff Lanzarone and Max von Essen)
The Solider and The Nurse (Max von Essen and Elizabeth Stanley)
The Nurse and the College Boy (Elizabeth Stanley and Robert Lenzi)
The College Boy and The Young Wife (Robert Lenzi and Alexandra Silber)
The Young Wife and The Husband (Alexandra Silber and Bob Stillman)
The Husband and The Young Thing (Bob Stillman and Blake Daniel)
The Young Thing and The Writer (Blake Daniel and Jonathan Hammond)
The Writer and The Actress (Jonathan Hammon and Rachel Bay Jones)
The Actress and The Senator (Rachel Bay Jones and Alan Campbell)
The Senator and The Whore (Alan Campbell and Nikka Graff Lanzarone)
La Cage aux Folles (Longacre Theatre)
Written by Harvey Fierstein (book), Jerry Herman (music and lyrics)
Directed by Terry Johnson, Choreographed by Lynn Page
Designers: Tim Shortall (sets), Matthew Wright (costumes), Nick Richings (lights)
Starring: Harvey Fierstein (Albin), Christopher Sieber (Georges), Wilson Jermaine Heredia (Jacob), A.J. Shively (Jean-Michel), Elena Shaddow (Anne), Christine Andreas (Jacqueline), Mike McShane (M. Dindon/Renaud), Allyce Beasley (Mme. Dindon/Renaud)
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Al Hirschfeld Theatre)
Written by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert (book); Frank Loesser (music and lyrics)
Directed and choreographed by Rob Ashford, musical directed by David Chase
Designers: Derek McLane (sets), Catherine Zuber (costumes), Howell Binkley (lights)
Starring: Daniel Radcliffe (J. Pierrepont Finch), John Larroquette (J.B. Biggley)
Rose Hemingway (Rosemary Pilkington), Christopher J. Hanke (Bud Frump), Mary Faber (Smitty), Tammy Blanchard (Hedy La Rue), Rob Barlett (Womper/Twimble), Ellen Harvey (Miss Jones), Michael Park (Mr. Bratt)
The Book of Mormon (Eugene O’Neill Theatre)
Written by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone
Directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, musical directed by Stephen Oremus
Designers: Scott Pask (sets), Ann Roth (costumes), Brian MacDevitt (lights)
Starring: Andrew Rannells (Elder Price), Josh Gad (Elder Cunningham), Nikki M. James (Nabalungi), Michael Potts (Mafala Hatimbi), Brian Tyree Henry (General), Ror O’Malley (Elder McKinley/Moroni)
My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend (Barrow Street Theatre)
Written by and starring Mike Birbiglia
Directed by Seth Barrish
Designers: Beowulf Boritt (sets), Aaron Copp (lights), Jim Corona (sound)
Tomorrow Morning (York Theatre Company)
Written by Laurence Mark Wythe
Directed by Tom Mullen, Choreographed by Lorin Latarro
Designers: Dan P. Conley (sets), Bill Morey (costumes), Kirk Bookman (lights)
Starring: D.B. Bonds (Jack), Mary Mossberg (Catherine), Matthew Hydzik (John), Autumn Hurlbert (Kat)
The Other Place (MCC/Lucille Lortel Theatre)
Written by Sharr White
Directed by Joe Mantello
Designers: Eugene Lee (sets), Dane Laffrey (costumes), Justin Townsend (lights), Fitz Patton (sound), William Cusick (video and projections)
Starring: Laurie Metcalf (Juliana Smithton), Dennis Boutsikaris (Ian Smithton), Aya Cash (The Woman), John Schiappa (The Man)
Brooke Shields replacing in Addams Family
Explicit: Yes
‘How To Succeed’ from the current revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
‘It’s Been A Long Day’ from the current revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
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