Now playing at 59E59 Theaters (59 East 59th, NYC)
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NOV 13 - DEC 22, 2018

THE HELLO GIRLS

music and lyrics by PETER MILLS

book by Peter Mills and Cara Reichel
 

directed by CARA REICHEL

choreographed by CHRISTINE O'GRADY

music directed by BEN MOSS

featuring

ELLIE FISHMAN, ARLO HILL, CHANEL KARIMKHANI, ANDREW MAYER, MATTHEW MCGLOIN, BEN MOSS, LILI THOMAS, SKYLER VOLPE, CATHRYN WAKE & SCOTT WAKEFIELD

From New York to Paris, from ragtime to jazz -- an ensemble of triple-threat actor-musicians chronicles the story of America's first women soldiers. 
These intrepid heroines courageously served as bi-lingual telephone operators on the front lines, helping turn the tide of World War I.  They then returned home to fight a decades-long battle for equality and recognition, paving the way for future generations.  Celebrate the centennial of these groundbreaking women with an original musical created by Prospect Theater Company's critically-acclaimed founding artists.

With Inspiration from THE HELLO GIRLS by Elizabeth Cobbs, © 2017. All Rights Reserved.

scenic and projection design LIANNE ARNOLD

costume design WHITNEY LOCHER

lighting design ISABELLA BYRD

sound design KEVIN HEARD

props design SUZANNE SOLIMAN

production manager KATIE PIDGEON
 

music consultant MADELINE SMITH

assistant director RACHEL DART

assistant choreographer MOLLY MODEL

assistant music director EMILY WHITAKER

script manager / assistant director 2 VICTORIA GRUENBERG


stage manager EMILY PAIGE BALLOU

assistant stage manager JEN SARTANOWICZ
 

general manager HILLEL FRIEDMAN

Pictured above L to R:
Suzanne Prevot, Charlotte Gyss, Esther Fresnel, Fernande Van Balkom, and Grace Banker,
members of the "Hello Girls" squadron of the American Expeditionary Forces Signal Corps,
prepare to set sail for France, 1918.

Photo courtesy of  Robert, Grace, and Carolyn Timbie.

 

"Mills' gift for infectious melodies and his singular brand of
super-smart word play 
make him a realistic successor to the
mantle of Stephen Sondheim." —Theatermania