CAROLINE, OR CHANGE, Finally Back On Broadway Celebrates Opening Night | Photo Journal

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Director Michael Longhurst and Sharon D Clarke (center) | Photo: Rebecca J Michelson/Theatrely

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Kobi Kassal
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October 28, 2021 1:15 AM
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Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s acclaimed musical Caroline, or Change officially opened on Broadway last night at Studio 54 where it will run in a limited engagement through January 9, 2022. 

The Roundabout Theatre Company revival stars Sharon D Clarke who returns to her Olivier Award-winning role as Caroline Thibodeaux, with Gabriel Amoroso (Noah Gellman), Alexander Bello (Jackie Thibodeaux), John Cariani (Stuart Gellman), Joy Hermalyn (Grandma Gellman), Arica Jackson (The Washing Machine), Tamika Lawrence (Dotty Moffett), Caissie Levy (Rose Stopnick Gellman), Adam Makké (Noah Gellman), Kevin S. McAllister (The Dryer, The Bus), Harper Miles (Radio 3), N’Kenge (The Moon), Nya (Radio 2), Richard Alexander Phillips (Alternate for Jackie Thibodeaux and Joe Thibodeaux), Jayden Theophile (Joe Thibodeaux), Nasia Thomas (Radio 1), Jaden Myles Waldman (Noah Gellman), Samantha Williams (Emmie Thibodeaux), Stuart Zagnit (Grandpa Gellman) and Chip Zien (Mr. Stopnick).

Read Theatrely's Chief Critic Juan A. Ramirez’s review of the new revival here.

Go on the town and see photos from opening night:

Samantha Williams and Caissie Levy | Photo: Rebecca J Michelson/Theatrely
The company of Caroline, or Change | Photo: Rebecca J Michelson/Theatrely
Sharon D Clarke | Photo: Rebecca J Michelson/Theatrely
Sharon D Clarke | Photo: Rebecca J Michelson/Theatrely
Flowers for Sharon D Clarke | Photo: Rebecca J Michelson/Theatrely
The cast and team of Caroline, or Change | Photo: Rebecca J Michelson/Theatrely


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Kobi Kassal

Hailing from sunny South Florida, Kobi Kassal founded Theatrely (formerly Theatre Talk Boston) while attending Boston University. He is an avid theatre attender and can be found seeing a performance most nights of the week (in normal times!) He is interested in the cross section of theatre, popular culture, hospitality, and politics. He also loves a good bagel!