Lewis J. Stadlen, Nic Rouleau, More to Join Betty Buckley in Hello, Dolly! National Tour

National Tour News   Lewis J. Stadlen, Nic Rouleau, More to Join Betty Buckley in Hello, Dolly! National Tour
 
The tour will launch September 30 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Lewis J. Stadlen, Nic Rouleau, Analisa Leaming, Jess LeProtto
Lewis J. Stadlen, Nic Rouleau, Analisa Leaming, and Jess LeProtto

The cast is now complete for the upcoming national tour of Hello, Dolly!, starring the previously announced Betty Buckley in the title role.

Betty Buckley
Betty Buckley

Read: TONY WINNER BETTY BUCKLEY WILL LEAD HELLO, DOLLY! NATIONAL TOUR

Joining the Tony winner will be Tony nominee Lewis J. Stadlen (The Front Page) as Horace Vandergelder, Nic Rouleau (The Book of Mormon) as Cornelius Hackl, Analisa Leaming (School of Rock) as Irene Molloy, Jess LeProtto (Carousel) as Barnaby Tucker, Kristen Hahn (A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder) as Minnie Fay, Garrett Hawe (Carousel) as Ambrose Kemper, Morgan Kirner as Emerngarde, and Jessica Sheridan (Follies) as Ernestina.

Leaming, LeProtto, and Sheridan have each previously understudied their respective tracks in the Broadway mounting of the revival.

Rounding out the company are ensemble members Maddy Apple, Daniel Beeman, Brittany Bohn, Giovanni Bonaventura, Elizabeth Broadhurst, Whitney Cooper, Julian DeGuzman, Wally Dunn, Alexandra Frohlinger, Dan Horn, Corey Hummerston, Madison Johnson,Nathan Keen, Beth Kirkpatrick, Ben Lanham, Ian Liberto, Kyle Samuel, Scott Shedenhelm, Timothy Shew, Maria Cristina Slye, Cassie Austin Taylor, Davis Wayne, Brandon L. Whitmore, and Connor Wince.

Following the Cleveland engagement, the tour will go on to play Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Boston, and more.

The Jerry Zaks-helmed revival continues at the Shubert Theatre, where Bette Midler currently reprises her Tony-winning turn as Dolly Gallagher Levi through August 25, at which point the production will close.

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