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Off-Broadway News Steven Pasquale Boards Teeth Off-Broadway World Premiere

The new musical from Anna K. Jacobs and Michael R. Jackson is headed for Playwrights Horizons.

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Steven Pasquale has joined the cast of Playwrights Horizons' upcoming world premiere musical Teeth, performing February 21-March 31, 2024, with an official opening night set for March 12. The work features lyrics by Michael R. Jackson (A Strange Loop), music by Anna K. Jacobs, and a book by Jackson and Jacobs.

Based on the 2007 horror comedy film of the same name, Teeth follows evangelical Christian teenager Dawn O'Keefe, whose body bites back when men try to violate her. Sarah Benson will direct and Raja Feather Kelly will choreograph the work about the battling forces of sexuality and religion, revenge and transformation.

Pasquale will play Pastor Bill O'Keefe along with Dr. Godfrey and a Truth Seeker, joining a previously announced company led by Alyse Alan Louis (White Girl in Danger) as Dawn O'Keefe, Courtney Bassett (Natasha, Pierre, & the Great Comet of 1812) as Promise Keeper Girl Becky, Phoenix Best (Dear Evan Hansen, The Color Purple) as Promise Keeper Girl Fiona, Will Connolly (Once) as Brad O’Keefe, Jason Gotay as Tobey/Truthseeker, Jenna Rose Husli as Promise Keeper Girl Trisha, Jared Loftin as Ryan/Truthseeker, Lexi Rhoades as Promise Keeper Girl Rachael, Wren Rivera as Promise Keeper Girl Stephanie, and Helen J Shen as Promise Keeper Girl Keke. Casting is by Taylor Williams and Alaine Alldaffer.

Pasquale is a Lucille Lortel Award winner for his performance in The Robber Bridegroom. Currently starring in Here We Are Off-Broadway at The Shed, his past credits include The Bridges of Madison CountyAssassins, American Son, and Reasons to Be Pretty onstage along with Rescue MeThe Comey Rule, and American Crime Story: The People v. OJ Simpson on screen.

The production will feature scenic design by Adam Rigg, costume design by Enver Chakartash, lighting design by Jane Cox and Stacey Derosier, sound design by Palmer Hefferan, orchestrations by Kris Kukul, special effects design by Jeremy Chernick, music supervision by Julie McBride, music contracting by Kristy Norter, intimacy direction by Crista Marie Jackson, and fight direction by Robert Westley. Thomas Dieter serves as stage manager alongside Amanda Spooner as production stage manager.

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