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Roz Ryan and Raymond Bokhour Move Back to Chicago

Roz Ryan and Raymond Bokhour Move Back to Chicago
Roz Ryan in 'Chicago'
'Chicago' vet Roz Ryan is headed back to Broadway.

Chicago veterans Roz Ryan and Raymond Bokhour will return to the long-running musical later this month as Matron Mama Morton and Amos Hart, respectively. Bokhour will begin performances on February 24 at the Ambassador Theatre, with Ryan joining the production on February 28.

Ryan has appeared on Broadway in Ain't Misbehavin', Dreamgirls, One Mo' Time and The Pajama Game. She can currently be seen in the new film Waiting for Forever.

Bokhour's return marks his 10th year with Chicago, having played the role of Amos intermittently since 2001.

Chicago currently stars Bianca Marroquin as Roxie Hart, Leigh Zimmerman as Velma Kelly and Brent Barrett as Billy Flynn.

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