One of the greatest stories of all time is now a powerful new musical.
Two men in love with the same woman.
Two cities swept up by revolution.
One last chance for a man to redeem his wasted life.
This is the epic musical you’ve been waiting for.
Realizing a Musical Dickensian Dream (NY Times)
From a producer’s point of view, now might be just about the best of times to float a Broadway musical based on A Tale of Two Cities.
From Sketch to Stage: Dressing Dickens (NY Times)
David Zinn talks about the costumes he designed for A Tale of Two Cities.
James Barbour, Craig Bennett, Brandi Burkhardt, Kevin Earley, Gregg Edelman, Michael Hayward-Jones, Aaron Lazar, Mackenzie Mauzy, Katherine McGrath, Les Minski, Natalie Toro, Nick Wyman, Drew Aber, Catherine Brunell, Alison Cimmet, Jennifer Evans, William Thomas Evans, Randy Glass, Kevin Greene, Michael Halling, Tim Hartman, Fred Inkley, Georgi James, Miles Kath, Jay Lusteck, Raymond Jaramillo McLeod, Catherine Missal, James Moye, Walter Winston Oneil, Dan Petrotta, Devin Richards, Rob Richardson, Rebecca Robbins, Jennifer Smith, Anne Tolpegin, Eric Van Tielen, Mollie Vogt-Welch, Alison Walla
Book: Jill Santoriello based on the novel by Charles Dickens
Music: Jill Santoriello
Lyrics: Jill Santoriello
Director: Warren Carlyle
Choreographer: Warren Carlyle
Producer: Tale Productions, LP
Press Agent: The Jacksina Company