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Closed February 10, 2019

Berlin's terrific score and some deftly amusing supporting performances, make this 'Call Me Madam' enjoyable

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Why See Call Me Madam?

MusicalsOff Broadway Shows

Score By Irving Berlin

Every year, the New York City Center shows some love to some underappreciated musical gems with Encores!, a series of three strictly-limited revivals of Broadway shows that deserve a reappraisal.

Opening the 2019 season is Call Me Madam starring Broadway mainstay Carmen Cusack and Carol Kane. Featuring music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, this peppy show was something of a blockbuster in its day, opening in 1950 to record advance sales, and was subsequently adapted for the silver screen. The show follows the fortunes of socialite Sally Adams, who is appointed US ambassador to a fictional European country named Lichtenburg. Featuring the Berlin numbers 'It's a Lovely Day Today' and 'You're Just in Love', Madam is a witty trifle which provided plenty of killer lines for its original star Ethel Merman.

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Opening night: 6 February 2019

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Cast

Carmen Cusack as Sally Adams
Carol Kane as Grand Dutchess Sophie
Brad Oscar as Senator Gallagher
Lauren Worsham as Princess Maria
Michael Benjamin Washington as Pemberton Maxwell
Ben Davis as Cosmo Constantine
Adam Heller as Congressman Wilkins
Stanley Wayne Mathis as Senator Brockbank. 
Darrell Hammond as Grand Duke Otto
Jason Gotay as Kenneth Gibson
Randy Rainbow as Sebastian Sebastian

Creative

Music & Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Book by Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse
Feat. The Encores! Orchestra
Encores! Artistic Director Jack Viertel
Encores! Music Director Rob Berman

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