‘Leap of Faith’ Starring Raúl Esparza Opens Tomorrow On Broadway

leap-of-faithBroadway’s Leap of Faith begins previews tomorrow at The St. James Theatre. Four-time Tony nominee Raúl Esparza leads the company along with Jessica Phillips, Kendra Kassebaum, Kecia Lewis-Evans, Leslie Odom, Jr., Krystal Joy Brown and Talon Ackerman.

Opening night is Thursday, April 26.

Esparza (Cabaret, Company) stars as Jonas Nightingale, an electrifying performer and rabble-rouser who’s planning to take the whole town for a ride. But when a small-town girl stops him in his tracks, this hustler may just discover something to believe in.

The musical features a new score by eight-time Oscar-winning composer Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, Little Shop of Horrors). The creative team also include bookwriters Janus Cercone and Tony®-winner Warren Leight (Side Man); Grammy-winning lyricist Glenn Slater (Tangled); choreographer Sergio Trujillo (Jersey Boys); and Christopher Ashley, director of the Tony®-winning Best Musical Memphis.

Ticket prices range from $47 – $137. Click here for more information.

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