Why See Working?
Featuring Songs From Lin-Manuel Miranda
The New York City Center's series of Off-Broadway revivals returns with Stephen Schwartz's Working. Based on a book by Studs Terkel, this lively musical follows a cast of characters as they go about their work, from steelworkers to teachers. They expound on both the highs and lows of the work, building a portrait of America like no other. It was first staged in Chicago in 1977, before moving to Broadway the following, with a cast that included Patii LuPone.
This 2019 production revives the latest version of the show, which features two songs from Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda, as well as numbers from James Taylor, Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, Susan Birkenhead.
Previews from: 26 June 2019
Performance date: 26 June 2019
Cast and Creative
Directed by Anne Kauffman
Adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso
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