Casting is now complete for the Broadway premiere of Tom Stoppard's Olivier-winning Leopoldstadt, which will begin previews September 14 at the Longacre Theatre with an October 2 opening night. Patrick Marber, who helmed the London production, will again direct.
As previously reported, Broadway favorites Caissie Levy (The Bedwetter, Frozen) and Brandon Uranowitz (Assassins, Falsettos) will head the company along with several cast members from the work's original West End run.
The complete cast includes Jesse Aaronson (The Play That Goes Wrong), Betsy Aidem (Prayer for the French Republic), Jenna Augen (Leopoldstadt), Japhet Balaban (The Thing About Harry), Corey Brill (Gore Vidal's The Best Man), Daniel Cantor (Tuesdays with Morrie), Faye Castelow (Leopoldstadt), Erica Dasher (Jane By Design), Eden Epstein (Sweetbitter), Gina Ferrall (Big River), Arty Froushan (Leopoldstadt), Charlotte Graham (The Tempest), Matt Harrington (Matilda the Musical), Jacqueline Jarrold (The Cherry Orchard), Sarah Killough (Travesties), David Krumholtz (Numb3rs), Levy, Colleen Litchfield (The Crowded Room), Tedra Millan (Present Laughter), Aaron Neil (Leopoldstadt), Seth Numrich (Travesties), Anthony Rosenthal (Falsettos), Chris Stevens, Sara Topham (Travesties), Uranowitz, Dylan S. Wallach (Betrayal), Reese Bogin, Max Ryan Burach, Calvin James Davis, Michael Deaner, Romy Fay (Best Foot Forward), Pearl Scarlett Gold, Jaxon Cain Grundleger, Wesley Holloway, Ava Michele Hyl, Joshua Satine, Aaron Shuf, and Drew Ryan Squire.
The production will also have scenic design by Richard Hudson, costume design by Brigitte Reiffenstuel, lighting design by Neil Austin, sound and original music by Tony winner Adam Cork, video design by Isaac Madge, movement by Emily Jane Boyle, and hair, wig and makeup design by Campbell Young & Associates. Casting is by Jim Carnahan and Maureen Kelleher, and U.K. casting is by Amy Ball.
Set over several decades in Vienna, Austria, and following the lives of a singular extended family, the play explores the human condition and its resilience in the face of traumatic history before and after World War II.
The 2020 London production of Leopoldstadt reunited Stoppard, Marber, and producer Sonia Friedman, who last collaborated on Travesties in 2017. Leopoldstadt will be Stoppard's 19th play to have a Broadway run; four of his plays have received the Tony for Best Play.