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    Moonlight scribe Tarell Alvin McCraney makes his Broadway debut with coming-of-age story Choir Boy. After enjoying Off-Broadway acclaim at Manhattan Theatre Club’s Studio Stage II, the play is set to open at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.

    The Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys has produced cohort after cohort of well-educated and ethical black men for 50 years. Amongst the current crop, gifted singer and devout Christian Pharus is a young man living life to his own beat. But as he carves a unique path through the school halls and ignores the homophobic jibes of his peers, can his dreams of taking a deserved place as leader of the school’s gospel choir become a reality?

    Jeremy Pope stars as Pharus in his Broadway debut, having previously played the role at Alliance Theatre and Geffen Playhouse (2014). His other credits include Ain’t Too Proud at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and The View UpStairs at the Lynne Redgrave Theater.

    He is joined by a cast including Chuck Cooper (The Life), Nicholas L. Ashe and Austin Pendleton.

    Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s drama school project In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue was the inspiration behind Barry Jenkins’ Academy Award winning movie Moonlight. His other work includes The Brother/Sister Plays.

    Choir Boy is directed by Trip Cullman (Lobby Hero) with choreography from Camille A. Brown (Once On This Island), musical direction from Jason Michael Webb (The Color Purple) and set design from David Zinn (The Boys in the Band).

    A heartfelt and unique account of a young man’s path to adulthood, Choir Boy on Broadway begins previews from December 12 2018.

    Performance dates: 12 Dec 2018 - 10 Mar 2019

    Running time: 1 hour 35 minutes (no intermission)

    Age recommendation: TBC

    Special notice: Anyone who was moved by the exceptional, Academy Award winning Moonlight should secure tickets to this second offering from playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney.

    Sorry this show closed 10 March 2019.

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    Latest audience reviews

    One of the most humbling depictions of black masculinity and the black gay identity I have ever seen.... More

    briannasimpkins 07 Jun 2019

    One of the most humbling depictions of black masculinity and the black gay identity I have ever seen. Poignant and beautiful from start to finish.

    briannasimpkins 07 Jun 2019

    Fantastic!

    TjonC Top 50 reviewer02 Aug 2019
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