Marianne Elliott’s acclaimed West End production of Company will transfer to Broadway in 2020.
The show will reportedly open on composer Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday on 23 March next year with a venue to be revealed.
The piece has music and lyrics by Sondheim and a book by George Furth and follows 35 year-old Bobbie as she questions her approach to romance and marriage whilst she observes the relationships of her married friends.
Elliots production gender-flipped the central character of Bobby, reimagined as Bobbie, with Rosalie Craig originating the role in the West End. Tony Award winning Broadway actress Katrina Lenk will originate the role on the New York stage, with Patti LuPone reprising her show-stopping role as Joanne from the West End production.
Company has set & costume design by Bunny Christie, choreography from Liam Steel, lighting by Neil Austin and sound from Ian Dickinson.
Further casting for the Broadway run is to be announced.