David Andrew Macdonald & Patrick Boll
Long-running Broadway hit Mamma Mia! will welcome Alyse Alan Louis, Eric William Morris, Patrick Boll and David Andrew Macdonald to its cast on September 22. The quartet replaces current cast members Brandi Burkhardt, Chris Peluso, Pearce Bunting and Ben Livingston, respectively. The musical, featuring the the songs of Swedish super group of ABBA, is running at Broadway's Winter Garden Theatre.
Louis (Sophie Sheridan), Morris (Sky), Boll (Bill Austin) and Macdonald (Harry Bright) join previously announced Tony Award nominee John Dossett and Tony Award winner Beth Level, who will star as Sam Carmichael and Donna Sheridan, respectively. Current cast members Judy McLane (Tanya), Gina Ferrall (Rosie), Ben Gettinger (Pepper), Samantha Eggers (Lisa), Amina Robinson (Ali) and Raymond J. Lee will continue with the production.
Louis makes her Broadway debut with Mamma Mia! Previously, she appeared opposite Rosie O’Donnell and Shuler Hensley in Randy Skinner’s concert reading of Babes in Arms. She has been seen in the Walnut Street Theatre’s productions of The Sound of Music, Brighton Beach Memoirs and The Goodbye Girl, as well as Hair and Bright Lights, Big City at Prince Music Theatre.
Morris made his Broadway debut alongside fellow Mamma Mia! castmate Macdonald in Coram Boy. Regional credits include Things to Ruin: The Songs of Joe Iconis (Second Stage), Notes to MariAnne (New York Stage and Film), The Duel (NJ Rep) and The Rink (Cape Playhouse). On television, he has appeared on New Amsterdam, Law & Order and As the World Turns.
Boll’s Broadway credits include The Faith Healer, Twentieth Century, Hedda Gabler, Death of a Salesman and Tom Sawyer. Off-Broadway, he has appeared in Two Rooms, Henry and Mudge, Dark at the Top of the Stairs and All the Way Home. TV and film credits include Burn After Reading, Royal Pains, Law & Order, Spin City and Love Walks In.
Macdonald has appeared on Broadway in Coram Boy and Two Shakespearean Actors. Off-Broadway credits include The Green Heart and A Night and Her Stars. Macdonald was also seen in the national tour of An Inspector Calls. His film and television credits include Sex and the City, Law & Order, Another World, One Life to Live, Loving and a long run on Guiding Light.
Now in its eighth year at the Winter Garden Theatre, Mamma Mia! recently became the 14th longest-running show on Broadway. The musical tells the story of a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father by bringing three men from her mother’s past to the Greek island they last visited 20 years ago.