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September 14 - October 2, 2016

Starry Cast Tapped for North American Premiere of    THE WAR OF THE ROSES

Delaware Theatre Company - Wilmington, DE

Delaware Theatre Company, the only theatre in the State of Delaware developing new works for Broadway, has announced the casting for its season opener THE WAR OF THE ROSES by Warren Adler, directed by Bud Martin.

THE WAR OF THE ROSES will begin previews on September 14th, 2016. Opening night is set for Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 8pm.

The dark comedy follows married couple Barbara and Jonathan Rose, who go from suburban bliss to a deadly territorial battle. The breakup of their marriage leads to the ugliest divorce imaginable, revealing chaos in unpredictable ways. The War of the Roses was originally published in 1981. The novel was adapted into a film in 1989, starring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner.

The four leads are, Christina DeCicco (Barbara Rose), Cameron Folmar (Thurmont), Jack Noseworthy (Jonathan Rose), and Lenny Wolpe (Goldstein).


July 14- July 17, 2016

Christina DeCicco Leads Lexington Theatre Company's MARY POPPINS

Lexington Theatre Company - Lexington, KY

The Lexington Theatre Company will present its second season production Disney & Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins.  Set to play at The Lexington Opera House July 14-17, Mary Poppins is presented by Variety Live at the Opera House, with Co-Producing Sponsor, KentuckyOne Health.

Christina DeCicco (Evita, Wicked) will play the magical, firm-yet-kind nanny, Mary Poppins. Denis Lambert (Doctor Zhivago, A Chorus Line) is set to play the lovable chimney sweep and jack-of-all-trades, Bert. Winifred Banks will be played by Jennifer Hope Wills (The Phantom of the Opera, Wonderful Town). And playing head-of-household, George Banks, will be Ron Bohmer (The Book of Mormon, Ragtime).

LEX Artistic Director, Lyndy Franklin Smith (A Chorus Line, The Little Mermaid), and Producing Director, Jeromy Smith (42nd Street, Swing), direct.  Matthew Bourne and Stephen Mear's Tony-Nominated choreography is recreated and adapted by Brian Collier (Mary Poppins, Beauty & the Beast). Michael T Sebastian (Cincinnati Playhouse, Flat Rock Playhouse) serves as Music Director.


March 8-March 20, 2016

Christina DeCicco & Danny Gardner to Lead MARY POPPINS at TUTS

Theatre Under the Stars - Houston, TX

BroadwayWorld is excited to introduce the star-studded cast of Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS)' production of Disney and Cameron Macintosh's MARY POPPINS. EVITA's Christina DeCicco and DAMES AT SEA's Danny Gardner headline the company in the title role and as 'Bert', respectively.

The story of the beloved nanny flies to the stage from March 8 - 20, 2016 in Sarofim Hall at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts.

Based on the book by P.L. Travers, the musical will have audiences singing along with all the songs they know from the film, while learning a few new ones. Watch as life changes for the Banks family when MARY POPPINS glides in on the east wind. Directed and choreographed by Linda Goodrich, MARY POPPINS is sure to entertain the whole family in the most delightful way.


November 6-November 30, 2015

Christina DeCicco plays Gabriella in
Boeing Boeing by Marc Camoletti 

Gulfshore Playhouse - Naples, Florida

A flighty farce from the swinging sixties!
Bernard is engaged to Gabriella. And to Gloria. And to Gretchen.  With three gorgeous stewardess fiancees, Bernard is flying high and living the dream.  But things get a bit rocky when shy friend Robert comes to stay, a new turbo-charged Boeing is introduced, and we quickly learn that one woman is all Bernard can handle.  This turbulent tale about a jet-setting American playboy is sure to keep you laughing, so buckle up and enjoy the ride!


August 23-September 20, 2015

Christina DeCicco plays Maggie The Cat in
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams 

Triad Stage - Greensboro, North Carolina

On a sultry summer evening at a Mississippi plantation home, the Pollitt family gathers to celebrate Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. However, the celebration has a dark secret. Big Daddy has terminal cancer and everyone knows, but him and Big Mama. Brick, the youngest Pollitt son, and his wife Maggie are at odds – she desperately wants a child, he just wants to be left alone. Gooper, the eldest, and his wife Mae want in on the family fortune. As the evening progresses the temperature rises. Secrets are revealed, past sins are exposed, and old family wounds are opened. Triad Stage reimagines this 1955 Pulitzer Prize-winning play about truths, lies, desire, and family.

For tickets and information, visit http://triadstage.org/series/192/cat-on-a-hot-tin-roof


July 25-26, 2015

Cleveland Musical Theatre Presents Concert of AIDA

Directed by Miles J. Sternfeld, choreographed by Martín Céspedes and starring Broadway's Felicia Boswell, Christina DeCicco, Jared Zirilli & Timothy Warmen,  Elton John and Tim Rice's AIDA is an epic tale of love, loyalty and betrayal chronicling the love triangle between Aida, a Nubian princess stolen from her country, Amneris, an Egyptian princess, and Radames, the soldier they both love. 


May 21, 2015

Akhenaten: The Musical, a new Broadway bound show Created and Directed by Hisham Abdel Khalek, Book by Hisham Abdel Khalek and Mohamed Metwally (Lyrics), Music by Hesham Nazih and Choreographed by Multi-Award Winner Chet Walker (Pippin, Fosse), will receive a invitation-only reading on Thursday May 21, 2015 at 2PM.

The cast features Broadway favorites N'Kenge (Motown: The Musical, Sondheim on Sondheim) as Queen Ti, William Michals (South Pacific, Beauty and the Beast) as Akhenaten, Christina DeCicco (Evita, Spiderman) as Nefertiti, Ted Keegan (The Phantom of the Opera, Sweeney Todd) as Maya, Seph Stanek (Naked Boys Singing) as The Scribe, DJ Bucciarelli(Jesus Christ Superstar/Saturday Night Fever) as Tut Ankh Amon, Glenn Seven Allen (Light in the Piazza) as Hur Moheb and John Lucas as Maho. Ensemble members Sahar Milani, Katie Branden, Diego Rios and Andres Acosta complete the cast.

The musical tells the story of the pharaoh AKHENATEN and of his wife NEFERTITI. It centers on how AKHENATEN challenged the almighty power of the priests of Ancient Egypt by imposing a single god over their many gods, creating the first monotheist religion ever. However, this historical move will unleash an epic struggle for power to restore the old gods and to replace AKHENATEN with his son TUTANKHAMUN as the leader of Egypt.

For more information about the musical, go to www.akhenatenthemusical.com


February 4-28, 2015

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CAP 21 Theatre Company Presents THE ARTIST & THE SCIENTIST

This is a love story that takes place in the moment between the Scientist's proposal and the Artist's answer. It explores the creative and scientific forces that make us who we are; and the people who challenge us to open ourselves to something more.
Starring Christina DeCicco as Logic, Dan Kohler as Time, James Penca as The Scientist, Jamila Sabares-Klemm as The Artist, Curtis Wiley as Creativity, & EJ Zimmerman as Space.


September 24-27, 2014

Evita's Christina DeCicco Will Head Cast of Limited NYC Run of Little Fish

Complete casting has been announced for a new production of Michael John LaChiusa’s 2003 Off-Broadway musical Little Fish, which will begin a limited engagement Sept. 24 at The June Havoc Theatre.

Jen Waldman, newly appointed artistic director of The Hangar Theatre, will direct the piece, with music direction by Jasper Grant. Performances will continue through Sept. 27.

The cast will be led by Christina DeCicco with Alli Foss, Michael Di Liberto, Ashley Campana, Will Erat, Ashley Klanac, John D. Haggerty, Gil Perez-Abraham and Jeanne Tinker.

The musical, according to press notes, is described as such: "'I never really knew what I was like until I quit smoking, by which time, there was hell to pay.' So observes Charlotte, a young writer of short stories as she confronts her past, present and future in a post-9/11 Manhattan. With the help of her well-intentioned friends, she embarks on a modern-day odyssey as she desperately attempts to fill her nicotine-starved days. Written by Michael John Lachiusa, this urban story is a valentine to community, reminding us that sometimes like little fish, it’s safer to swim in schools."

The June Havoc Theatre is located at 312 West 36th Street. For tickets and information, visit www.b-sideproductions.org.


August 25-26, 2014

Matthew Hydzik and Christina DeCicco Lead Cast of Benjamin Button Readings

The York Theatre Company will present staged readings of Benjamin Button, a new musical based on the short story authored by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Aug. 25-26 at 2 PM.

Featuring music by Natalie Tenenbaum and book and lyrics by Brett Boles, the readings will be directed by Stephen Nachamie.

Benjamin Button will feature Matthew Hydzik (West Side Story) as Past Benjamin, Christina DeCicco (Evita, Spider-Man Turn off the Dark, The Marvelous Wonderettes) as Claire, Talon Ackerman (Bonnie and Clyde) as Contemporary Benjamin and Cole Burden as James. 

Benjamin Button, according to the York, "is the story of a man who ages backwards. Set in Atlanta, GA and New York from 1925 through the early 2000s, the piece explores Benjamin’s entire life, but focuses mainly on the relationships Benjamin has with his father, his wife, and his son. Benjamin Button stresses the importance of family and urges all of us to cherish the moments we have – whether we're living backwards or forwards."

Rounding out the cast are Preston Truman Boyd, Mark DiConzo, Karen Elliott, Sean Alan Krill, Bruce Landry, James LaRosa, Christiana Little, Elana Justin, Kay Trinidad and Christopher Ware.

Tenenbaum (composer) is the recipient of the 2012 BMI Harrington Award and the 2013 Jean Banks Award. Boles (book writer/lyricist) wrote the book, music and lyrics to Foreverman, which premiered at NYMF and received the New World Stages Development Award.

The York Theatre Company is located at 619 Lexington Avenue at the corner of 54th Street.


August 23, 2014

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Anderson & Petty, the transatlantic songwriting duo, present selections from their new song cycle, Lost, and also their recent album, You Are Home – The Songs of Anderson & Petty, which features both Broadway and West End stars including Frances Ruffelle, Coleen Sexton, Cynthia Erivo, Gina Beck and Autumn Hurlbert. 

Their 54 Below debut concert will feature performances from Lisa O’Hare (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder), Christina DeCicco (Evita, Sister Act), Nikki Renée Daniels (Porgy & Bess), Megan McGinnis (Little Women), Natalie Gallo (Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!), Jennifer Perry(Kinky Boots), Liz Larsen (Beautiful), Nick Cosgrove (Jersey Boys), Benjamin Eakeley (Cabaret), Jen Burleigh-Bentz, Curtis Wiley, Aurelia Williams, Brandon Andrus, Todd Gearhart, Colleen Sexton and more!


July 2, 2014

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Sweet Dreams is a modern day retelling of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream told through the unforgettable music of Air Supply and narrated by their singer-songwriter and guitarist, Graham Russell. Set in modern day New York City, the show features sixteen of Air Supply’s greatest hits as well as several brand new songs written by Graham Russell. Some of the hits include: “All Out of Love”, “Even the Nights are Better”, “Every Woman in the World”, and “The One that You Love”. The 54 Below performance will be a concert version of the show’s musical numbers, strung together with brief narration, directed by Matthew DiCarlo and will feature current and former Broadway all-stars, including Justin Matthew Sargent (Spider-Man, Rock of Ages), Rebecca Faulkenberry (Spider-Man,Rock of Ages), Mitchell Jarvis (Rock of Ages, Fiddler on the Roof), Sam Underwood (TV’s Dexter, The Following), Jason Wooten (Jekyll & Hyde, Hair), Ben Thompson (American Idiot, Matilda), Natalie Roy (TV’s The Following), Christina DeCicco (Spider-Man, Evita), Jeigh Madjus (Here Lies Love), Howie Michael Smith (Avenue Q), William Blake (MAC, Bistro & NY Nightlife Award winner), Tony LePage (Rock of Ages), Gavin Lodge (Spamalot, Annie), Jessica Lee Goldyn (A Chorus Line), Cassie Silva (Rock of Ages), Charles Stevens, Katie Ivie, Wade Walton, Lana Stevens, Katie McGhie, Jamie Kolnick, and Brent Wakelin.

The band includes Jonathan Ivie, Eric Stockton, T-Bone Motta, Daniel Glass, and Steve Millhouse. The concert features music direction by Jonathan Ivie, and is produced by Katherine Paige, Tony LePage, Justin Matthew Sargent, and Jonathan Ivie.


January 4, 2014

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Christina took Arachne's final flight over Broadway audiences at the Foxwoods Theatre in "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark."