After a nationwide search of over 3,000 performers, the producers of Bring It On:
The Musical have announced the cast for the National Tour, which will be
presented by Dallas Summer Musicals at the Music Hall at Fair Park February
Single tickets, priced from $15-$75, are on sale now at The Box Office, 5959
Royal Lane, #542 in the Preston/Royal Shopping Center. Tickets are also
available by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000 or online at For groups of 15 or more, please call 214-426-GROUP.
“Assembling this extraordinary company has been an incredibly exciting – and
thorough – endeavor,” said Tony® Award-winning director/choreographer Andy
Blankenbuehler. “We found an amazing group that sings, dances, stunts and
cheers. They are a talented group of newcomers, led by two dynamic leading
ladies. I can't wait for audiences to see them.”Leading the cast are Taylor
Louderman and Adrienne Warren. Louderman, playing the role of Campbell, is a
20 year-old newcomer from the University of Michigan. Warren, previously seen
in the National Tour of Dreamgirls at the Ahmanson Theatre, portrays Danielle, a
role she originated in Bring It On: The Musical’s developmental production at the
Alliance Theatre in Atlanta.
Ryann Redmond, a 2011 graduate of NYU, recreates the role of Bridget that she
originated in the Alliance Theatre Production. Elle McLemore (Disney’s “Suite
Life on Deck”) plays Eva, and Jason Gotay (Broadway’s Rising Stars and Rent)
stars as Randall.
Also starring are Ariana DeBose (Hairspray, “So You Think You Can Dance”) as
Nitika, Gregory Haney (Memphis) as La Cienega, Neil Haskell (“So You Think
You Can Dance”) as Steven, Janet Krupin as Kylar, Kate Rockwell (Legally
Blonde) as Skylar and Nick Womack as Twig.
Additional cast members include Calli Alden, Nikki Bohne, Dexter Carr, Shonica
Gooden, Haley Hannah, Rod Harrelson, Casey Jamerson, Dominique Johnson,
Michael Mindlin, Adrianna Parson, and Bettis Richardson.
The ensemble also features some of the nation’s most skilled competitive
cheerleaders. Their combined achievements include over 25 national and 50
team titles in gymnastics and choreography. They were selected in collaboration
with Varsity, the global leader in competitive cheerleading. Those members
include Antwan Bethea, Danielle Carlacci, Michael Naone-Carter, Courtney
Corbeille, Dahlston Delgado, Brooklyn Freitag, Melody Mills, David Ranck, Billie
Sue Roe, Sheldon Tucker and Lauren Whitt.Bring It On: The Musical is the
explosive new musical comedy that raises the stakes on over-the-top high school
rivalries. Set against the world of competitive cheerleading, this powerhouse new
show hilariously proves that winning isn’t everything when it means losing
something - or someone - you really care about.
Bring It On: The Musical combines an exciting fresh sound, gravity-defying
choreography, and a thrilling story to create a total theatrical event worth
cheering for.Bring It On: The Musical unites some of the freshest and funniest
creative minds on Broadway with libretto by Tony® Award-winner Jeff Whitty
(Avenue Q), music and lyrics by Tony® Award-winning composer Lin-Manuel
Miranda (In the Heights), music by Pulitzer and Tony® Award-winning composer
Tom Kitt (Next to Normal), lyrics by Broadway lyricist Amanda Green (High
Fidelity) and music supervision by Tony® and Grammy® Award-winner Alex
Lacamoire (Wicked). The production is directed and choreographed by Tony®
Award-winner Andy Blankenbuehler (In the Heights).
Bring It On: The Musical is produced by Universal Pictures Stage Productions /
Glenn Ross; Beacon Communications /Armyan Bernstein and Charlie Lyons; and
Kristin Caskey and Mike Isaacson, Executive Producers.
Members of the artistic design team that help bring this production to life are
David Korins, Set Designer; Andrea Lauer, Costume Designer; Jason Lyons,
Lighting Designer; Brian Ronan, Sound Designer; Charles G. LaPointe, Hair
Designer; and Jeff Sugg, Video Designer.
When the musical comedy premiered in its developmental production at the
Alliance Theatre in Atlanta earlier this year, Wendell Brock of The Atlanta
Journal-Constitution called Bring It On: The Musical “one high-energy drink with
fiercely funny writing, catchy hip-hop tunes and an explosively original mix of
singing, acting, dancing and cheer.” Audrey S. Belle of raved that Bring
It On: The Musical “is guaranteed to be everything you wished for, nothing like
you expected, but exactly what you will love!”
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