The first post-pandemic preview of the highly anticipated revival of Company, the groundbreaking Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical, has been rescheduled to Nov. 15, more than a month earlier than planned.
The show will now resume performances before Thanksgiving, which is traditionally one of Broadway’s busiest weeks, ahead of a Dec. 9 opening night. The revival had its first preview on March 2, 2020, and was suspended with the rest of Broadway on March 12. In May 2021, the production, led by Chris Harper, said it would resume previews on Dec. 20.
In a note to investors, Harper wrote that a change in the schedules of the creative team allowed them to move up the return. Company is directed by Marianne Elliott and stars Katrina Lenk as Bobbie, a role normally played by a man, and Patti LuPone.
Harper wrote that ticket holders for the original Dec. 20 return will be contacted by Telecharge and have the opportunity to swap seats for Nov. 15.