ON THE MARQUEE: COME FROM AWAY at the Gerald Schonefeld Theatre

ON THE MARQUEE: STOP THE WORLD! YOU ARE HERE AT THE START OF A MOMENT making a triumphant comeback. The Award winning groundbreaking musical Come From Away is set to once again take us SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE this Fall.
One of our super friends and followers was so kind enough to share these photos of the front of house billboards outside the 9/11 musical’s ongoing home at Broadway’s Gerald Schonefeld Theatre.
The Broadway ISLANDERS of COME FROM AWAY is set to reopen at the Gerald Schonefeld Theatre on September 21st, 2021.
At the same time, the highly anticipated filmed proshot will be released on Apple TV+ starting September 10th, 2021.
Who is excited?!!!
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COME FROM AWAY to perform concert staging in Washington D.C. commemorating 20th Anniversary of 9/11

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Tony LePage, Julia Reiber, Josh Breckenridge & More to Star in COME FROM AWAY Concert at the Lincoln Memorial
SCREECH IN! The Award winning phenomenon Come From Away will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 with a one night only concert production in our nation’s capitol of Washington D.C. Set for September 10th, 2021, it will be a FREE CONCERT held on the stairs of the Lincoln Memorial.
Headlining this 100 minute concert of COME FROM AWAY will feature veteran cast members from BOTH the Broadway and North American Touring companies of the show. The lineup will feature….
Julie Reiber (current standby in the Broadway production plus also having appeared in WICKED, Brooklyn, Newsies, and All Shook Up) as “Captain Beverley Bass”, “Annette”, and others,
Josh Breckenridge (current standby in the Broadway production and also appearing in The Book of Mormon and The Scottsboro Boys) as “Bob” and others,
Sharone Sayegh (currently in the National Tour plus appeared on Broadway in MAMMA MIA! and The Band’s Visit) as “Bonnie,” and others,
Kevin Carolan (currently in the National Tour plus appeared on Broadway in Newsies) as “Claude” and others,
Nick Duckart (currently in the National Tour) as “Kevin J.”, “Ali”, and others,
Sharriese Hamilton (who appeared in the Australian company at the time of Live Theater being shutdown) as “Hannah” and others,
Happy McPartlin (current standby in the Broadway production and also appeared in Memphis, Hairspray, and Hands on A Hard Body) as “Beulah” and others,
Christine Toy Johnson (currently in the National Tour plus Broadway’s 2000 revival of The Music Man and the 1994 revival of Grease) as “Diane” and others
Tony LePage (who will appear in the upcoming filmed Apple TV proshot and will appear as a standby when the Broadway production reopens plus appeared in Rock of Ages) as “Kevin T” and others,
Harter Clingman (currently in the National Tour and appeared in Peter and the Starcatcher) as “Oz” and others,
Julia Knitel (currently in the National Tour and appeared in Bye Bye Birdie, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, and A Letter From Harvey Milk) as “Janice” and others,
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Chamblee Ferguson (currently in the National Tour) as “Nick”, “Doug”, and others.
The Broadway production of COME FROM AWAY is expecting to relaunch performances full time at the Gerald Schonefeld Theatre starting September 21st, 2021. Currently, the show is playing right now in London’s West End and on hold right now in Australia. The US National Tour and sit-down Toronto companies will reopen later this year.
Meanwhile the filmed presentation of the show is set to be released on Apple TV that very same day of September 10th, 2021.
This concert promises to be the ultimate celebration of community. Even in the most scariest times, we all come together, spread love, joy, and appreciation for those in need. Plus, our love goes out to all those who we have lost during that horrific tragic day of 9/11.
Who is excited?