The Wrong Man

Name: The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space/ The Newman Mills Theater
Address: 515 West 52nd Street, New York, NY 10019
Production Information
First performance date: September 18, 2019
Opening date: October 7, 2019
Closing date: November 24, 2019
External Links: Official Website

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Production Description
The wrong man meets the wrong woman in the wrong place at the wrong time. Set in Reno, Nevada, The Wrong Man is the story of Duran, a man just scraping by who is framed for a murder he didn't commit, told through poetic lyrics and haunting melodies.
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
MCC Theater Producer
Ross Golan Book
Ross Golan Music & Lyrics
Thomas Kail Director
Deanna Weiner Associate Director
Travis Wall Choreographer
Kate Harpootlian Assistant Choreographer
Tilly Evans-Krueger Dance Captain
Rachel Hauck Set Designer
Kristin Isola Costume Designer
Jennifer Moeller Costume Designer
Betsy Adams Lighting Designer
Nevin Steinberg Sound Designer
Tommy Kurzman Hair/Make-Up
Jessie Bonaventure Assistant Set Designer
Willa Piro Assistant Costume Designer
Autum Casey Assistant Lighting Designer
Jason Crystal Associate Sound Designer
Connor Wang Assistant Sound Designer
Kimi Loughlin Company Manager
Jason Pacella Production Stage Manager
Imani Champion Assistant Stage Manager
Steve Rosenberg Production Manager
Joanna Shapiro Assistant Production Manager
Ray Wetmore Prop Master
Claire Rufiange Assistant Prop Master
Caitlin Dixon Wardrobe Supervisor
Taylor Peckham Conductor
Alex Lacamoire Orchestrations
Michael Aarons Music Coordinator
Alex Lacamoire Music Supervisor
Alex Lacamoire Vocal Arrangements
Telsey + Company Casting

Actor Role
Anoop Desai Ensemble/Alternate Man in Black
Tilly Evans-Krueger Ensemble
Joshua Henry Duran
Malik Kitchen Ensemble
Libby Lloyd Ensemble
Amber Pickens Swing
Ciara Renee Mariana
Kyle Robinson Ensemble
Debbie Christine Tjong Ensemble
Ryan Vasquez1 Man in Black/Duran
Julius Williams Swing

1RYAN VASQUEZ will be playing the role of DURAN during Sunday performances.