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AMÉLIE: A New Musical

Tony® nominee Phillipa Soo returns to Broadway in AMÉLIE, a new musical based on the beloved five-time Oscar®-nominated film, and "an enchanting act of theatrical reinvention” (Los Angeles Times).

Amélie is an extraordinary young woman who lives quietly in the world, but loudly in her mind. She covertly improvises small, but surprising acts of kindness that bring joy and mayhem. But when a chance at love comes her way, Amélie realizes that to find happiness she’ll have to risk everything and say what’s in her heart. Come be inspired by this imaginative dreamer who finds her voice, discovers the power of connection and sees possibility around every corner. In these uncertain times, Amélie is someone to believe in.

Directed by Tony winner Pam MacKinnon (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), with a book by Pulitzer Prize and Tony nominee Craig Lucas (The Light in the Piazza) and an original score by Daniel Messé and Nathan Tysen, AMÉLIE is a heartwarming comedy that "proves that the world is better when we’re all in it together” (Paste Magazine).

originated the role of Amélie in the workshop productions of Amélie, A New Musical, and is best known for her lead role ‘Eliza Schuyler Hamilton’ in Broadway’s critically acclaimed Hamilton, which she joined shortly after its inception. The role garnered her the Lucille Lortel Award in 2015 for Lead Actress in a Musical during the show's sold-out run at The Public Theater before heading to Broadway. The role has also earned her a 2016 Tony Award nomination in the category of “Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical.” After graduating from Juilliard in 2012, Soo was cast as ‘Natasha Rostova’ in the Ars Nova production of Dave Malloy's Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, based on Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace; the show went on to transfer Off-Broadway to Kazino. Previously on the small screen, Soo appeared on the NBC television series “Smash” in the role of Lexi.
starred in the world premiere of Amélie, A New Musical at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and recently played George in Sunday in the Park with George for Huntington Theatre Company. He originated the roles of Peter in Peter and the Starcatcher and Henry in Next to Normal in both the on and off-Broadway productions. Off-Broadway, he appeared in The Fortress of Solitude (The Public Theater/NYSF, Lucille Lortel Award nomination for Best Actor), Fly by Night (Playwrights Horizons), and My Favorite Year (York Theatre Company). Mr. Chanler-Berat starred in the web series “It Could Be Worse,” and his recent television credits include “Elementary,” “Veep,” and “The Good Wife,” as well as a role in the new CBS series “Doubt.” On film, he can be seen opposite Vince Vaughn in Delivery Man.
Broadway: Hair. First National: Hair, Priscilla Queen of the DesertI Love a Piano. Off-Broadway: Standard Time. Regional: Amélie (CTG); Waitress (ART); Goodspeed Opera House, Stages St. Louis, MSMT, APAC, Mac-Haydn, Arrow Rock Lyceum. Singer for The Bayside Tigers @savedbythe90s. BFA Emerson College. @emafton
Broadway Debut. Off-Broadway: 50 Shades! The Musical Parody (Christian). 1st Nat'l Tour: R&H’s Cinderella (Jean-Michel). Regional: Amélie, A New Musical (world premiere, Berkeley Rep), The Buddy Holly Story (LTOTS, Big Bopper). Viterbo University Alum (BFA). IG:@daveycapp Twitter: @onidnadivad
is thrilled to make her Broadway debut as Young Amélie! National tour: The Sound of Music (Gretl). So much love and thanks to Mama, Daddy, Oliver, grandparents, Mary Joy Nelson, Renae Baker, Donna Garner, Janine Molinari, David Doan/CESD and Kim Pedell/Zoom Talent! Twitter: @audreycbennett. Instagram: @audreybennettactor.
Off-Broadway: The Black Crook (Abrons Arts Center), Gigantic (Vineyard Theatre), Adding Machine (Minetta Lane Theatre), Haute Mess (Ars Nova), Spidermusical (Mint Theater), The Yellow Wood (York Theatre), Perez Hilton Saves the Universe (Barrow Street). Regional: Berkeley Rep, St. Louis Rep, Woolly Mammoth, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Weston Playhouse, New York Stage and Film. Film/TV: "Law & Order," "Strangers with Candy," "The Naked Brothers Band," Across the Universe, Afterwards, creative consultant on "Billy on the Street." Training: NYU/Tisch.
Broadway: Bloody Bloody Andrew JacksonHairGood Vibrations. Off-Broadway: Nobody Loves You (Second Stage, Lucille Lortel nomination), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (The Public). The Old Globe, Studio Theatre, O’Neill Theater Center. Concerts: Nashville, Baltimore, National Arts, Indianapolis, Alberta, and Phoenix Symphonies. Film: MistressSwing State. TV: “The Night Of” (HBO), “Inside Amy Schumer.” All for the Love O' M'Life & Lil Reid. heathcalvert.com
Broadway: She Loves Me, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Bonnie and Clyde, Baby It’s You!, A Tale of Two Cities. Off-Broadway/Regional: Three Kinds of Exile (Atlantic), My Wonderful Day (Two River), Into the Woods (Fiasco/Old Globe), Les Misérables (NCT), Mame (Kennedy Center). Film: Judd Apatow’s The Big Sick, Chasing Taste. Television: "Bull," "Deadbeat," "Are We There Yet?Training: Brown University. AlisonCimmet.com
Broadway debut. Previously performed the role at Ahmanson and Berkeley Rep. Recent appearances: starring role of Dehlia in Nickelodeon’s animated pilot “The Thing about Babies” and Madonna video, “Bitch I’m Madonna.” She has numerous voice-over and commercial credits. Savvy’s first television appearance was at age six, “Mike and Molly.” She loves hats, fashion, animating and is Running Team Manager. YouTube: Crafty Penguin. Instagram/Twitter: @SavvyCrawford. #Savvysays
Broadway: Rent (Mark). National Tours: If/Then (Swing, Lucas u/s), The Full Monty (Ethan), tick tick BOOM (Jonathan). Regional: Mamma Mia! (Harry), Other Desert Cities (Trip), Next to Normal (Dan), Fully Committed.  Instagram/Twitter: @treyellett.
Broadway: Sweeney Todd (Tony nomination), Disaster!, Brooklyn, Jesus Christ Superstar, Cabaret. Off-Broadway: The Changeling, Much Ado About Nothing, Shockheaded Peter, Trumpery. Regional: Twelfth Night, The Exorcist, Elektra, Clybourne Park, November, Caucasian Chalk Circle, Ragtime, At Home at the Zoo, Three Sisters, Sunday in the Park with George. Film: Uncertainty. TV: “Elementary,” “NCIS,” “Trauma,” “The Unusuals,” “Life on Mars,” various soaps. BA: Yale, MFA: NYU.
Broadway: Amazing Grace, The American Plan, Mamma Mia!, and Once on This Island. Off-Broadway: Rimbaud in New York (BAM), On the Levee (AUDELCO nomination), and Crowns (AUDELCO Award). Regional: The House That Will Not Stand (Yale Rep, CT Critics nomination; Berkeley Rep, Theatre Bay Area Award); Dance of the Holy Ghosts (Yale Rep); LMNOP (Goodspeed); Polk County (Helen Hayes nomination) and The Women of Brewster Place (Helen Hayes nomination, Arena Stage); Film/TV Collateral Beauty, Winter’s Tale, "Billions," "Orange is the New Black," "Law & Order,and "Rescue Me.Howard University. @divafoyh harriettdfoy.com “WGATAP!”
Berkeley Rep, Ahmanson: Amélie. Broadway: Disaster!, Mamma Mia! Off-Broadway: Encores: A New Brain (Original Cast Recording); Abrons: The Civilians’ Pretty Filthy (OCR); Thank you Mom, Dad, Jill, Keith, SP, Diane, and my love Eric. For Grandmom Rita, Pop-Pop Stanley, and for Nan and Pop, who never dreamed my sister and I would perform on Broadway blocks from where they honeymooned in 1947.
Broadway: MachinalBloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Off-Broadway World Premieres: Here Lies Love (The Public-cast recording); Pretty Filthy (The Civilians-cast recording); Taylor Mac’s 24 Decade History of Popular Music (St. Ann’s Warehouse); And Miles to Go (PCP); Reading Under the Influence (DR2); The Really Big Once (Target Margin); After (PCP). Other Off-Broadway: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (The Public); Romeo and Juliet (The Public); Zorba! (City Center Encores!); Night Sky (BPAC). Selected Regional: Amélie (Berkeley Rep—World premiere); Here Lies Love (Williamstown); January Joiner (Long Wharf—World premiere); Boleros for the Disenchanted (Huntington); Fabulation (Baltimore Center Stage); Macbeth in Macbeth and Jacques in As You Like It (Hudson Valley Shakespeare); among numerous others. Selected Film/TV: Manhattan Night, St. Vincent, The Humbling, Time Out of Mind, Clutter, "Nurse Jackie," "Law & Order: SVU," "Mozart in the Jungle." Education: B.A.-Yale University; M.F.A.-National Theatre Conservatory. Recipient of New Dramatists' Charles Bowden Acting Award. Member of the Actors' Center. Associate Artist of The Civilians. @mcoliveras
is overjoyed to be making her Broadway debut in Amélie! Some of her favorite roles are “Gwendolyn” (Cell, Drama League), “Lorrell Robinson” (Dreamgirls, NSMT), and “Dorothy” (The Wiz, Maltz Jupiter Theatre). “And we were like those who dreamed...” Learn more about the BOLD things she’s doing. @boldwomen_
Broadway: Violet, The Phantom of the Opera. National Tour: Chicago. New York: Encores! 1776, Kurt Weill on Broadway. Regional: Amélie, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Othello, Under Milk Wood. Jacob is also a past winner of the prestigious Lotte Lenya Competition. Love to Elisabeth. IG/Twitter: @JacobKeithW
Broadway: OnceThe Full Monty. National Tour: Once. Off-Broadway: Once (NYTW); Violet (Encores! Off-Center); Twelfth Night (Sonnet Rep). Regional: Amélie (CTG, Berkeley Rep); Peter and the Starcatcher (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Be More Chill (Two River Theater); reasons to be Pretty, Art (Crescent Stage); Circle Mirror Transformation (Pure Theatre); Doubt (Village Rep). Film: Song One. Television: “Law & Order: SVU.”
Broadway & London: Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Theatre World Award; Tony, Olivier, Drama Desk, Drama League nominations). Off-Broadway: The Band Wagon (City Center Encores!), Icon (NYMF), Charles Busch’s Cleopatra (Theatre for the New City). Australia: Man of La Mancha, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Producers, Private Lives, Noises Off, The Witches of Eastwick, I Hate Hamlet, Torch Song Trilogy, Falsettos.
Produced By
Aaron Harnick, David Broser, Triptyk Studios, Spencer B. Ross,
Harbor Entertainment, Berkeley Repertory Theatre and Center Theatre Group,
Simone Genatt Haft, Marc Routh, Saltaire Investment Group, The John Gore Organization,
Jujamcyn Theaters, David Mirvish, Terry Schnuck
Book by
Craig Lucas
Plays: Reckless, Blue Window, Prelude to a Kiss, God’s Heart, The Dying Gaul, Stranger, Prayer For My Enemy, The Singing Forest, The Lying Lesson, Ode To Joy, I Was Most Alive With You. Screenplays: Longtime Companion, The Secret Lives of Dentists, Reckless, Blue Window, Prelude to a Kiss, The Dying Gaul. Libretti: The Light in the Piazza, An American in Paris, Three Postcards, Sousatzka, Two Boys, Orpheus in Love. Direction: The Light in the Piazza (world premiere), This Thing of Darkness, Saved Or Destroyed, Play Yourself, Ode to Joy. Films: The Dying Gaul and Birds of America.
Music by
Daniel Messé
(Composer/Co-Lyricist/Co-Vocal Arranger)
is the founder/principal songwriter of the band Hem, which began as a DIY project in 2001 (Rabbit Songs), and has gone on to worldwide acclaim over the course of six studio albums. In 2009, The Public Theater tapped Hem to score Twelfth Night for Shakespeare in the Park (starring Anne Hathaway and Audra McDonald, dir. by Daniel Sullivan) for which they earned a Drama Desk Award nomination. Along with collaborator Mindi Dickstein, Dan has written four shows for Theatreworks USA, received a Jonathan Larson Grant from the American Theatre Wing, and was commissioned by Playwrights Horizons to write a new full-length musical (Trip).
Lyrics by
Nathan Tysen &
Daniel Messé
Broadway: Tuck Everlasting (with composer Chris Miller; Outer Critics & Drama League nominations). Off-Broadway: The Burnt Part Boys (Playwrights Horizons & Vineyard Theatre; Lucille Lortel nomination), Fugitive Songs (Drama Desk nomination), Stars of David. Regional: Stillwater (Kansas City Rep with band Joe’s Pet Project), The Mysteries of Harris Burdick (Barrington Stage Co.). TV: "Sesame Street," "Elmo’s World," and "The Electric Company." Awards from the Kleban, Ebb, Rodgers, and Larson Foundations. Writer/director for Lovewell Institute, creating original musicals with young adults. MFA NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, BFA Missouri State Univ. Husband to writer Kait Kerrigan, father to Lucy. nathantysen.com
Based On The Motion Picture By
Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Guillaume Laurant
Scenic & Costume Design
David Zinn
(Scenic & Costume Design)
Broadway: set design for The Humans (Tony Award); set and costume design for Fun Home (Tony nomination) and The Last Ship; costume design for Airline Highway (Tony nomination), Rocky, Other Desert Cities, Good People, In The Next Room… (Tony nomination), and Xanadu. Off-Broadway: includes set and costume design for The Flick, Circle Mirror Transformation, Placebo (Playwrights Horizons)costume design for Othello (NYTW), and set design for Hir (Playwrights Horizons).
Lighting Design
Jane Cox &
Mark Barton
(Co-Lighting Design)
Broadway: Jitney,  The Color Purple, Noises Off, All the Way, Machinal, Picnic, Come Back, Little Sheba. Jane Cox is a member of the Monica Bill Barnes Company, has a longstanding relationship with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and is Director of the Theatre Program at Princeton University.
(Co-Lighting Design)
Broadway: The Real Thing, Violet, The Realistic Joneses. Off-Broadway: Signature, Playwrights Horizons, Public, Roundabout, Elevator Repair Service, NYTW, TFANA, many others. Other NYC: Encores! Off-Center (NYCC), BAM, Juilliard OperaRegional: A.R.T., Guthrie, Center Theater Group, La Jolla Playhouse, Yale Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Long Wharf, Huntington, Berkeley Rep, many others. Obie Award for Sustained Excellence. markbartonlightingdesign.com
Sound Design
Kai Harada
(Sound Design)
Broadway: Allegiance, Gigi, Fun Home, On the Town, First Date, Follies (Tony, Drama Desk nominations) and Million Dollar Quartet. Other: Poster Boy (Williamstown); Beaches (Drury Lane); Brooklynite (Vineyard); Little Dancer, First You Dream (Kennedy Center); Zorro (Moscow; Atlanta); Hinterm Horizont (Berlin); Sweeney Todd, Pirates of Penzance (Portland Opera); Head Over Heels and She Loves Me (Oregon Shakespeare Festival). Audio Consultant for the revival of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Education: Yale University.
Projection Design
Peter Nigrini
(Projection Design)
Broadway (selected): Dear Evan Hansen, An Act of God, The Heidi Chronicles, The Best Man, Fela!, 9 to 5. Off-Broadway: Grounded and Here Lies Love (Public Theater), Notes from Underground (TFANA). Elsewhere: The SpongeBob Musical (Chicago), Real Enemies (BAM), the Grace Jones Hurricane Tour, Haroun and the Sea of Stories (NYC Opera), Blind Date (Bill T. Jones), Don Giovanni (Santa Fe Opera). Currently: Lucia di Lammermoor (Santa Fe Opera), Monsoon Wedding (Berkeley Rep). 
Puppet Design
Amanda Villalobos
(Puppet Design)
is a puppet designer, fabricator and performer based in New York. Design credits include Amélie, A New Musical (Berkeley Rep), Hand to God (Berkeley Rep), Fondly, Collette Richland (NYTW), Ghost Rings (NYLA), and Late Night with Seth Meyers. Performance credits: The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway, Arias with a Twist and Let Us Now Praise Susan Sontagavpuppets.com
Hair & Wig Design
Charles G. LaPointe
(Hair & Wig Design)
Over 50 Broadway shows including: On Your Feet, Hamilton, Doctor Zhivago, The Color Purple, Of Mice and Men, Violet, Sideshow, Elephant Man, After Midnight, Beautiful, Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Motown, Jekyll and Hyde, Clybourne Park, Bring It On, Newsies, The Mountaintop, Memphis, Lombardi, Fences, In the Heights, Jersey Boys, A Raisin in the Sun. “The Wiz Live!” (Emmy nomination).
Creative Consultant
Tony Taccone
Vocal Arrangements
Kimberly Grigsby
& Daniel Messé
Jim Carnahan, C.S.A.
Stephen Kopel, C.S.A.
Bruce Coughlin
Music Coordinator
Dean Sharenow
Marketing Director
Nick Pramik
Advertising & Marketing
Polk & Co.
Production Stage Manager
James Harker
Company Manager
Kimberly Shaw
Production Management
Aurora Productions
General Management
Richards/Climan, Inc.
Associate Producers
Lauren Heirigs, Stephanie Cowan, YL Performance Investment Co. Ltd, Nelke Planning Co. Ltd, Disk Garage, Tsinghua Culture Media Corp.
Music Director
Kimberly Grigsby
(Musical Director/Co-Vocal Arranger)
Broadway: Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark; Spring Awakening; The Light in the Piazza; Caroline, or Change; The Full Monty; You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; and Twelfth Night. Off-Broadway: Here Lies Love; The Fortress of Solitude; Coraline; Mother Courage and Her Children; The Immigrant; and Songs From an Unmade Bed. Other collaborations include My Life Is A Fairy Tale and Orphan of Zhao, both with music & lyrics by Stephin Merritt; Telaio: Desdemona by Susan Botti; and Jeanine Tesori’s The Lion, The Unicorn and Me for Washington National Opera. She holds degrees from Southern Methodist University and Manhattan School of Music.
Musical Staging & Choreography
Sam Pinkleton
(Musical Staging & Choreography)
Broadway: Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812; Significant Other; Heisenberg (MTC); and Machinal (Roundabout). Off-Broadway/Regional: BAM, Playwrights Horizons, Soho Rep, Center Theatre Group, TFANA, Berkeley Rep, American Repertory Theater, Kansas City Rep, Theatreworks USA, Actors Theatre of Louisville and McCarter Theatre. Sam is a collaborating artist with The Civilians, Pig Iron Theatre Company and The Dance Cartel. He is Artistic Associate for City Center Encores Off-Center where he recently directed Runaways, and a co-founder of The Ghostlight Project. sampinkleton.com.
Directed by
Pam MacKinnon
Broadway: David Mamet’s China Doll, Wendy Wasserstein’s Heidi Chronicles, Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance, Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle nomination; Arena Stage, Steppenwolf), Bruce Norris’ Clybourne Park (Tony nomination, Obie Award, Lortel nomination; CTG, Playwrights Horizons). Extensive Off-Broadway and regional work, including Amélie (CTG; Berkeley). Alumna of the Drama League; Women’s Project and Lincoln Center Directors Labs; associate artist of Roundabout; board president of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers; and board chair of Clubbed Thumb, a New York company dedicated to producing, commissioning and developing new American plays.

Performances start March 9

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