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Examples of "casey_nicholaw"
Best Choreography: Casey Nicholaw for "The Drowsy Chaperone"
He is the uncle of theatre director, choreographer and performer Casey Nicholaw.
The director was Casey Nicholaw, with principal cast including Peter Benson, David Rasche, Peter Maloney and Jan Maxwell.
In April 2014, New York City Center Encores! presented a well-received production directed by Casey Nicholaw and starring Shuler Hensley, Laura Benanti, and Cheyenne Jackson.
The musical received 2008 Olivier Award nominations for Best New Musical, Best Actress in a Musical (Summer Strallen), Best Actor in a Musical (Bob Martin), Best Theatre Choreographer (Casey Nicholaw), and Best Costume Design (Gregg Barnes).
Tuck Everlasting (June 2013) Pre-Broadway world premiere at Boston’s Colonial Theatre, produced by Broadway Across America and Barry Brown. Book by Claudia Shear. Direction by Casey Nicholaw (1)
A Broadway musical based upon the film ran on Broadway during the 2010 Christmas season. It was directed by Casey Nicholaw, with music by Matthew Sklar, lyrics by Chad Beguelin, and a book by Bob Martin and Thomas Meehan.
"Mean Girls" is set to premiere at the National Theatre from October 31 to December 3, 2017. Casey Nicholaw will direct and choreograph and will be produced by Lorne Michaels and Stuart Thompson.
"Musical Chairs" is the twenty second episode of the American television series "Smash". It was written by Becky Mode and directed by Casey Nicholaw. The episode premiered on NBC on March 19, 2013, the seventh episode of Season 2. Karen, Tom, Julia and Derek adapt to a new environment. Pressure mounts at "Liaisons". Katie's assistance leads Eileen to discover how to salvage "Bombshell."
In February 2016 it was confirmed that "Dreamgirls" will play at the The Savoy Theatre in the West End with Amber Riley taking on the role of Effie White. The production will run from November 2016. It will be directed and choreographed by Olivier and Tony Award-winning Casey Nicholaw.
Casey Nicholaw directed and choreographed the stage musical "Aladdin" which ran at the 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle, Washington, July 7–31, 2011. The musical uses songs from the 1992 film "Aladdin", with a new book by Beguelin and new lyrics by Beguelin and Alan Menken. The musical opened on Broadway on March 20, 2014 at the New Amsterdam Theatre.
He wrote the book with Bob Martin and lyrics for a new musical "The Prom", with music by Matthew Sklar based on an original concept by Jack Viertel. The musical premiered at the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia on August 18, 2016 (previews) directed by Casey Nicholaw.
Director/choreographer of the stage musical, Casey Nicholaw said that ""Prince Ali", too, is a huge production number 'where the dancers wear four costumes each'". TalkingBroadway described the song as one of the 3 showstoppes of the musical, along with "Friend Like Me" and "A Whole New World". NBC New York dubbed it "Act II’s standout".
"Minsky's" opened at the Ahmanson Theater on January 21, 2009 (previews), officially February 6, 2009, through March 1, 2009. Directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, it starred Christopher Fitzgerald as Billy Minsky, Katharine Leonard as Mary Sumner, George Wendt as Randolph Sumner, and Rachel Dratch in the comedic role of Beula. Costume design is by Gregg Barnes, with lighting design by Ken Billington.
"Something Rotten!" opened on Broadway at the St. James Theatre in previews on March 23, 2015, and officially opened on April 22, directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, with the sets designed by Scott Pask, costumes by Gregg Barnes and lighting by Jeff Croiter. The Broadway production closed on January 1, 2017 after 742 performances.
In 2012 Universal Pictures Stage Productions announced it was developing a stage musical version of the movie. Barenaked Ladies were originally announced to write the score, but they were replaced by composer David Yazbek. Casey Nicholaw will direct; author Michael Mitnick is also reportedly involved.
He composed the music for a new musical, "The Prom". Based on a concept by Jack Viertel, the book is by Bob Martin and Chad Beguelin, lyrics by Beguelin, and directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw. The musical premiered at the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, on August 18, 2016 in previews.
The musical began with an idea that brothers Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick had since the 1990s. They finally joined with John O’Farrell to write several songs and presented those songs and a treatment to the producer Kevin McCollum in 2010. The team then joined with Casey Nicholaw, who brought in several of the actors, resulting in the workshop in 2014.
New York City Center Encores! presented a staged concert from April 8 through April 11, 2010, with Sutton Foster as Nurse Fay Apple, Donna Murphy as Mayoress Cora Hoover Hooper, and Raul Esparza as Hapgood, with direction and choreography by Casey Nicholaw. The production was the second most attended in "Encores!" history, and Stephen Sondheim was present at the post-matinee talkback on April 10.
The book and the [[Tuck Everlasting (musical)|musical version]] tell the story of Winnie Foster, a 11-year old who stumbles upon a family that has discovered the secret to immortality. Andrew-Keenan Bolger and [[Sarah Charles Lewis]] star as Jesse Tuck and Winnie Foster, respectively. The artistic team is led by director-choreographer [[Casey Nicholaw]], with music and lyrics by Chris Miller and [[Nathan Tysen]]. Federle is co-writing the musical’s libretto with [[Claudia Shear]].