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The Wrong Man

September 18 - October 27, 2019

The Wrong Man is a master class in storytelling.

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Why See The Wrong Man?

MusicalsOff Broadway ShowsMusic-focusDrama

And the Writer Is... Ross Golan

Tony nominee Joshua Henry stars in the MCC Theater world premiere of The Wrong Man. Written by multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter Ross Golan, The Wrong Man is a haunting new musical that follows one man's fight to prove himself innocent of a crime he didn't commit. Directed by Tony winner Thomas Kail (Hamilton), The Wrong Man will be orchestrated by none other than Hamilton's orchestrator Alex Lacamoire. Joining Henry in the principal cast will be Broadway alums Ciara Renee and Ryan Vasquez. 

With set design by Tony winner Rachel Hauck and sound design by Tony winner Nevin Steinberg, The Wrong Man is based on Golan's concept album of the same name, which will be released in the summer of 2019. A version of The Wrong Man first premiered in Los Angeles in 2014, where it garnered three Ovation Awards including, Best Musical, Best Book, Best Lyrics and Best Music. 

ROSS GOLAN

Having collaborated with the likes of Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Maroon 5, Michael Buble and Gavin DeGraw (plus many many MANY more), Golan is pop music's most sought after songwriter. With multiple number one's and multi-platinum selling singles, Golan also produces and hosts the And The Writer Is... podcast which explores the world behind the 'top 40' and talks to the creatives behind some of the world's biggest songs. 

THE STORY OF THE WRONG MAN

Through ethereal melodies and intricate poetry, The Wrong Man follows Duran, whose chance encounter with the wrong woman lands him in a world of danger. Already barely scraping by, Duran must now fight to prove his innocence after being falsely accused of a murder most foul. Will Duran be set free? Or will his life be ever haunted by being the wrong place at the wrong time...

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Dates

Previews from: 18 September 2019

Opening night: 7 October 2019

Cast and Creative

Cast

Joshua Henry as Duran
Ciara Renee as Mariana
Ryan Vasquez and Man in Black
Anoop Desai
Tilly Evans-Krueger
Malik Kitchen
Libby Lloyd
Amber Pickens
Kyle Robinson
Debbie Christine Tjong
Julius Williams

Creative

Book, music, and lyrics by Ross Golan, 
Directed by Thomas Kail
Music supervision, vocal arrangements, and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire
Choreographed by Travis Wall
Scenic design by Rachel Hauck
Costume Design by Jennifer Moeller
Lighting design by Betsy Adams
Sound Design by Nevin Steinberg
Music direction by Taylor Peckham

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