The world premiere of the new musical comedy The Last Supper ends its run August 7 at the South Orange Performing Arts Center in South Orange, New Jersey. Performances began July 27.
Directed by Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller and choreographed by Lorin Latarro, the cast features Tony nominee Charlotte d’Amboise as Naomi Day, Mark Evans as Dinner Guests, Alex Newell as Jude, Pomme Koch as Mark, Megan Kane as Paulie, Allan K. Washington as Luke, and Wes Zurick as Pete. Understudies include Josh Canfield, Jennifer Frankel, Cayla Christine Primous, and Alan Wiggins.
With a book, music, and lyrics by Jeremy Desmon and Jeff Thomson, The Last Supper is based on Dan Rosen's film of the same name and concerns five liberal grad students who share a house in a conservative college town and host a collection of their neighbors for an evening of dinner and discourse.
The production also features set design by Lawrence E. Moten III, lighting design by Abigail Hoke-Brady, costume design by Haydee Zelideth Antuñano, sound design by Tony winner Jessica Paz, production management by Duncan Northern of TINC, music direction by Brian Kennedy, and arrangements and orchestrations by Thomson, Kennedy, Justin Hornback, and James Rushin.
Howard Kagan produces.
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