PHOTO JOURNAL: Theatrely’s Fall 2023 Preview

Fall Preview 2023

Theatrely's Fall 2023 Preview

Jordanna Brody
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September 14, 2023 11:15 AM

With the fall season quickly approaching, Theatrely is excited to highlight some of the upcoming Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional productions we’re looking forward to most this fall! Photographed by Michaelah Reynolds last month at a studio in Manhattan, Jake Sokoloff styled our Fall 2023 Preview, assisted by Ashley Stephens as we captured 20 performers from upcoming works we can’t wait to catch. 

Catch a glimpse of cast members from Merrily We Roll Along, Spamalot, Purlie Victorious, The Gardens of Anuncia, Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors, Jaja’s African Hair Braiding, Harmony, I Can Get It For You Wholesale, Spain, Walk on Through, The Great Gatsby, and How to Dance in Ohio!

Clothing included: Rosetta Getty, Abercrombie, SJP Collection, Mavi, AKNVAS, Brooks Brothers, Eloquii, Larroudé, Alice & Olivia, Acchitto, Celeste Starre, Nickho Rey

For tickets to all of these fabulous productions, visit here.

Scroll through the complete collection below:

Krystal Joy Brown from Merrily We Roll Along
Somi Kakoma and Lakisha May from Jaja’s African Hair Braiding
Andrew Keenan-Bolger from Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors
Priscilla Lopez from Gardens of Anuncia
Kara Young from Purlie Victorious
Leslie Rodriguez Kritzer and Nik Walker from Spamalot
Gavin Creel from Walk on Through
Marin Ireland from Spain
Greg Hildreth, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Julia Lester, and Sarah Steele from I Can Get It For You Wholesale
Sierra Boggess and Julie Benko from Harmony
Amelia Fei and Conor Tague from How To Dance in Ohio
Eva Noblezada and Jeremy Jordan from The Great Gatsby
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Jordanna Brody

Originally from South Florida, Jordanna Brody graduated from Emerson College with a BFA in Theatre Education and Performance in 2019. Her experience teaching, performing, directing, and working behind the scenes informs her perspective on theatre in every way. She is passionate about uplifting marginalized voices and innovative theatrical experiences.