The World Goes 'Round
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Directed by Stephen Terrell
Music! Humor! Romance! All that jazz! Join us for a razzle-dazzle revue of one of musical theater’s greatest composing teams: John Kander and Fred Ebb. Join an assortment of colorful characters as they careen through life, love, and many cups of coffee, fighting to figure out what keeps them going, trying to make sense of the crazy world they live in, and struggling to discover what makes life worth living. Filled with favorite songs from Chicago, Cabaret, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, and others, The World Goes ‘Round is this fall’s can’t-miss musical theatre event!
Greene Theater (Directions)
November 20–23, 2014
The Creative Team
|Music Director||Jonathan Mastro|
Stephen Terrell &
|Scenic Designer||Josh Warner|
|Costume Designer||Sarie Gesser|
|Lighting Designer||Colin Landeck|
|Sound Designer||Elizabeth Cahill|
|Props Master||Coco Nakase|
|Assistant Lighting Designer||Nathan Lockhart|
|Master Electrician||Cameron Moustoufi|
|Assistant Master Electrician||Alexandra Witten|
|Tech Director||Matthew Williams|
|Assistant Dramaturg||Mary Olsen|
|Company Manager||Emily Pathman|
|Production Supervisor||Ashley Welp|
|Assistant Production Supervisor||Kayla Heal|
|1st ASM||John Meredith|
|Stage Manager||Esther McFaden|
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