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Newcomer Sarah Amengual Tapped to Play Maria in West Side Story

Newcomer Sarah Amengual Tapped to Play Maria in West Side Story
Sarah Amengual
Sarah Amengual will feel pretty as the new Maria in 'West Side Story.'

Sarah Amengual will take over the role of Maria in West Side Story beginning September 21 at the Palace Theatre. Josefina Scaglione, who received a 2009 Tony nomination for her performance, will play her final show on September 19.

West Side Story will mark Amengual's Broadway debut. A recent graduate of the University of Miami, she has appeared in regional productions of Les Miserables, Parade, Ruthless and Rent.

Directed by Arthur Laurents, the current Broadway revival of West Side Story opened on March 19, 2009. The show currently stars Matthew Hydzik as Tony, Natalie Cortez as Anita, John Arthur Greene as Riff and George Akram as Bernardo.

The West Side Story company also includes Jeremy Jordan, Steve Bassett, Kyle Brenn, Mike Cannon, Kyle Coffman, Sara Dobbs, Wes Hart, Michael Kleeman, Ron Piretti, Colt Prattes, Manuel Santos, Lee Sellars, Ryan Steele, Greg Vinkler, Mikey Winslow, Mark Zimmerman, Deanna Aguinaga, Shawn Burgess, Isaac Calpito, Haley Carlucci, Jace Coronado, Kristine Covillo, Desirée Davar, Stephen Diaz, Lindsay Dunn, Michael D. Jablonski, Marina Lazzaretto, Renée Marino, Matthew Marks, Mileyka Mateo, Skye Mattox, Kaitlin Mesh, Shina Ann Morris, Angelina Mullins, Kat Nejat, Patrick Ortiz, Pamela Otterson, Waldemar Quinones-Villanueva, Alex Ringler, Sam Rogers, Brendon Stimson, Tanairi Sade Vazquez and Michael Williams.

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