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New musical set for Proctors is postponed

Louisette Geiss and Howard Kagan, pictured, co-wrote "The Right Girl." The music was written by Diane Warren. (photo provided)
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Louisette Geiss and Howard Kagan, pictured, co-wrote "The Right Girl." The music was written by Diane Warren. (photo provided)

The world premiere of “The Right Girl,” a new musical about sexual harassment in Hollywood that was set to open Oct. 13 at Proctors, has been postponed and has not been rescheduled.

Originally set to run through Nov. 10 — with capacity limited to 700 patrons — the musical was postponed by the producer, according to Proctors.

Those who purchased tickets have credit on their account for the amount to use for a future Proctors Collaborative engagement, Proctors said.

The show will feature music by 12-time Academy Award nominee Diane Warren and choreography by Tony Award winner Susan Stroman.

“The Right Girl” is directed by Stroman and the cast is expected to include Alysha Umphress, Ramin Karimloo, Paige Faure, Adam Jacobs, J. Elaine Marcos, Steve Rosen and Syndee Winters.

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