The Streets of New York

Name: Irish Repertory Theatre
Address: 132 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011
Production Information
First performance date: December 4, 2021
Opening date: December 14, 2021
Closing date: January 30, 2022
External Links: Official Website

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Production Description
Based on Dion Boucicault’s play of the same name.
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Dion Boucicault Original Author
Charlotte Moore Adaptation
Charlotte Moore Songs
Charlotte Moore Director
Mark Hartman Musical Director
Barry McNabb Choreographer
Hugh Landwehr Set Designer
Linda Fisher Costume Designer
Michael Gottlieb Lighting Designer
M. Florian Staab Sound Designer
Robert-Charles Vallance Hair & Wig
Pamela Brusoski Production Stage Manager
April Ann Kline Assistant Stage Manager
Deirdre Brennan Prop Master
Yasuhiko Fukuoka Orchestrations
Mark Hartman Orchestrations

Actor Role
Amy Bodnar Susan Fairweather
Amanda Jane Cooper Alida Bloodgood
Richard R. Henry Dermot Puffy
David Hess Gideon Bloodgood
Ben Jacoby Mark Livingston
Justin Keyes Brendan Badger
Daniel J. Maldonado Patrick Fairweather/Duke Vlad
Polly McKie Dolly Puffy
Jordan Tyson Dixie Puffy
Ryan Vona Paul Fairweather
Price Waldman Edwards
DeLaney Westfall Lucy Fairweather
Award Person / Company Function
1 NOMINATED 2022 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Orchestrations Yasuhiko Fukuoka Orchestrations
      Mark Hartman Orchestrations
From the Director, Charlotte Moore: “In this time of Covid, I was sure it would be appropriate to re-write my original Director’s Note. But upon re-reading the original so many things are exactly the same, that I have changed my mind. There is still great poverty and hunger, and the heartbreak of lost love never changes. Add to that a worldwide pandemic and a masked society, and Boucicault’s 18th-century world seems to fit right into our 21st with its darkness and restrictions. But, as always, I love the end of our story. It’s filled with hope and the victory of the power of good. One day soon we will surely be headed in that light-filled direction.”