Tootsie review: As a woman, Santino Fontana is dressed to thrill – Newsday

\Tootsie\ review: As a woman, Santino Fontana is dressed to thrill - Newsday
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The musical adaptation of Tootsie, featuring a score by The Bands Visit Tony winner David Yazbek and book by Robert Horn, officially opened on Broadway April 23 at the Marquis Theatre. Directed by Scott Ellis and choreographed by Denis Jones, Tootsie began previews March 29.

Tony nominee Santino Fontana leads the cast as Michael Dorsey, a struggling actor who lands a job under the female persona of Dorothy Michaels. The cast also includes Lilli Cooper as Julie Nichols, Sarah Stiles as Sandy Lester, John Behlmann as Max Von Horn, Andy Grotelueschen as Jeff Slater, Julie Halston as Rita Marshall, Michael McGrath as Stan Fields, and Reg Rogers as Ron Carlisle.

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