This production was staged as part of our 2014/15 Season

Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting

January 21 to February 22, 2015 | On the Alliance Stage
World Premiere On to Broadway Musical

A world premiere musical based on the novel by Natalie Babbitt

Ages 10+

Run time: approximately 2:00, including one 15-minute intermission

"...a glorious new Broadway-scale spectacle...features a terrific cast and drop-dead gorgeous design. Bottom line: pure magic." —Wendell Brock for AJC

A young girl dreaming of adventure meets a family with a fascinating secret. Their chance encounter will change them all forever. Take an exhilarating journey you’ll never forget in this new musical about everlasting love, never-ending life, and discovering what it means to truly feel alive. Beloved by generations of readers, the best-selling, award-winning novel by Natalie Babbitt, Tuck Everlasting, comes to life on stage in a wholly original production, directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon, The Drowsy Chaperone, Spamalot), featuring a book by Tony Award nominee Claudia Shear (Dirty Blonde) and music and lyrics by Chris Miller and Nathan Tysen (The Burnt Part Boys). 

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Cast & Crew

Cast

  • Ensemble/Understudy for Angus Tuck
    Brad is thrilled to be back at the Alliance Theatre! Other Alliance credits: Hot Mikado (Scooter). Broadway: Fosse (Mr. Bojangles vocalist), Kiss Me Kate (Gremio), The... read more »
  • Constable Joe
    Fred comes to Tuck Everlasting directly from playing Father O'Brien on Broadway in The Last Ship. Fred starred as Max Bialystock in The Producers... read more »
  • Ensemble/Understudy for Betsy Foster
    Julie was born and raised in Yorkshire, England. Her West End credits: Joseph and His Amazing…, Evita, Crazy For You, Cats, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Oklahoma! (... read more »
  • Ensemble/Understudy for Constable Joe/Man in the Yellow Suit
    Broadway credits include the original casts of Spamalot, People in the Picture, Annie Get Your Gun (w/ Bernadette Peters & Reba McEntire), Thou Shalt Not and Steel... read more »
  • Ensemble
    Josh is delighted to be creating with the Alliance Theatre this season. Other Atlanta credits: Lyle the Crocodile (Synchronicity Theatre), The Lion, the Witch and the... read more »
  • Mae (Ma Tuck)*
    Appearing as Mae through February 5.Broadway: City of Angels, Falsettos, Parade (Tony nomination and Drama Desk Award), 1776, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Kiss Me Kate,... read more »
  • Ensemble
    Deanna is thrilled to be making her Alliance Theatre debut and to be a part of this beautiful story! Fourth generation performer, starting with her vaudevillian great-... read more »
  • Nana Foster
    Shannon is delighted to be back at the Alliance, after appearing in The Color Purple. Favorite Atlanta credits include The Savannah Disputation (Theatrical Outfit),... read more »
  • Ensemble/Understudy for Jesse Tuck
    KC is honored to make his Alliance Theatre debut! National tours: Wicked (Chistery), Cats. Favorite regional: Kiss Me, Kate! (Gremio – Barrington), A Chorus Line (... read more »
  • Ensemble
    Broadway: Chaplin (u/s) Hedda Hopper, Catch Me If You Can (u/s Carol), Elf, Finian’s Rainbow (u/s Susan), Guys and Dolls, Pal Joey (u/s Gladys), Cry Baby (u/s Mona... read more »
  • Ensemble
    Broadway/ NY: A Chorus Line (Val/Cassie), On The Town (Ivy Smith), City Center Encores!, ADM21 at The Joyce Theatre. National Tour: Fosse. Regional: South Pacific (Nelly... read more »
  • Ensemble/Understudy for Miles Tuck
    Neil is very excited to be making his Alliance Theatre debut. His credits include Broadway: Bring It On (Steven), Cinderella, 9 to 5, The Times They Are A-Changin... read more »
  • Betsy Foster/Understudy for Mae Tuck
    Liza makes her Alliance debut with Tuck Everlasting. Atlanta credits: Mary Poppins and Christmas Canteen at the Aurora Theatre and Marvelous Wonderettes at ART Station.... read more »
  • Jesse Tuck
    “Crutchie” in the original Broadway cast of Newsies (Outer Critics Circle nomination). Other Broadway: Mary Poppins, Seussical, Beauty and the Beast, A... read more »
  • Ensemble/Understudy for Nana
    Jane has appeared on Broadway, in national tours, at Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall and many regional theatres including the Cincinnati Playhouse and Arena Stage... read more »
  • Mae (Ma Tuck)*
    Beth is thrilled to be back at the Alliance where she was last seen in Tuck Everlasting. She has received Tony, Drama Desk, NY Outer Critics Circle and L.A. Drama... read more »
  • Miles Tuck
    Robert is very grateful to be making his Alliance Theatre debut! Broadway: South Pacific (Lincoln Center Theater). Off Broadway: Dogfight (Second Stage Theater), Hello... read more »
  • Winnie Foster
    Sarah is ten years old and thrilled to return to the Alliance stage. Other Atlanta credits: Express Yourself/ Broadway Dreams Foundation. Recent Awards: 2014 Suzi Bass... read more »
  • Man in the Yellow Suit
    Terrence Mann has originated some of the most memorable roles in recent Broadway history. His career has spanned 3 decades. From his breakout performance as the rock... read more »
  • Angus (Pa Tuck)
    Michael is thrilled to be making his Alliance Theatre debut. Broadway: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Gooper), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Mr. Bratt),... read more »
  • Ensemble
    Marco is thrilled to return to the Alliance Theatre after making his Broadway debut in Tuck Everlasting (Thomas Tuck/ensemble) this year. Other notable theater work... read more »
  • Ensemble/Understudy for Hugo
    Alliance debut! What a dream to be premiering this beautiful musical! Recently finished Fiddler on the Roof at Arena Stage and the Goodspeed Opera House. Broadway Tours... read more »
  • Ensemble
    Ben is excited to return to the Alliance stage. He was last seen in the world premiere of Tuck Everlasting. His favorite Atlanta credits include Over the Rainbow, Six... read more »
  • Understudy for Winnie Foster
    Mabel is thrilled about her first opportunity at the Alliance Theatre as part of Tuck Everlasting. Favorite Atlanta credits: Les Misérables, Mary Poppins (Aurora), Willy... read more »
  • Hugo

Creative

  • Associate Music Director/Conductor
    Nils-Petter is an award winning Swedish composer and arranger who divides his time between the USA and Sweden. He writes music for film, TV, theater, video games and... read more »
  • Novelist
  • Costume Design
    Broadway: Aladdin, Kinky Boots (Tony Nomination), Follies (2012 Tony Award, Drama Desk, Henry Hewes Award); Elf, Legally Blonde (Tony nomination, Olivier nomination);... read more »
  • Music Director
    Rob is the music director of Encores!, New York City Center’s acclaimed series of musicals in concert, for which he has conducted 20 productions including Stephen... read more »
  • Orchestrations
    Public Theater, NY: Fortress of Solitude, Fun Home (Drama Desk Nom.) Broadway: Shrek the Musical, (Tony and Drama Desk Nom. with Danny Troob, 2009) Regional credits:... read more »
  • Stage Manager
    Holly attended the University of Puget Sound before moving to NYC. Broadway credits: Aladdin, The Nance, Catch Me If You Can. Other credits include Cirque du Soleil... read more »
  • Associate Choreographer
    Stacey is excited to be returning to his hometown Atlanta to bring this beautiful new musical to life on the Alliance stage. His performing credits include 9 Broadway... read more »
  • Copyists
    Broadway and Off-Broadway credits: The Boy From Oz, Chita Rivera A Dancer’s Life, Sweet Charity, La Cage Aux Folles, The Scottsboro Boys, Shrek, A Catered Affair,... read more »
  • Music
    The Burnt Part Boys (Playwrights Horizons/Vineyard Theatre, Lucille Lortel Nominee Best Musical, Barrington Stage Co.); Fugitive Songs (Drama Desk Award Nominee... read more »
  • Assistant Stage Manager
    Broadway: If/Then; Cinderella; Elf; An Enemy of the People; Peter and the Starcatcher; Wit; Everyday Rapture; Bye, Bye, Birdie; 9 to 5 The Musical. Off Broadway: Peter... read more »
  • Lighting Effects Design
    Kenneth has more than 50 Broadway play and musical theatre credits. He designs extensively off- Broadway, for resident theatres, and touring productions throughout the... read more »
  • Stage Management Production Assistant
  • Sound Design
    Brian is happy to be back in Atlanta, where he designed Bring It On. Also over 30 Broadway shows including The Last Ship; Cabaret; If/Then; Beautiful; Annie; Bring It On... read more »
  • Book
    Broadway: The Smell of the Kill (dir. Chris Ashley, Drama League Award), Dirty Blonde (dir. James Lapine, Tony and Drama Desk Nominations for Best Play and Best... read more »
  • Set Design
    Broadway credits include Desire Under the Elms directed by Robert Falls; Hollywood Arms directed by Harold Prince; Scandalous directed by David Armstrong; A Christmas... read more »
  • Lyrics
    Nathan was awarded both the Edward Kleban prize for most promising lyricist and the Fred Ebb award for excellence in musical theatre songwriting (Co-won with his... read more »
  • Assistant Stage Manager
    Jayson is proud to return to the Alliance Theatre! He has had the pleasure of working on Alliance productions such as The Geller Girls; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark;... read more »

Director

  • Director/Choreographer
    Represented on Broadway as director and choreographer of Something Rotten! (2015 Tony nominee, best director and choreographer), Disney’s Aladdin (2014 Tony, Drama... read more »
  • Associate Director
    Patrick is happy to be at the Alliance Theatre. Broadway: Aladdin, On The Town, All About Me, Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Producers, Thou Shalt Not, Annie Get... read more »

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