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Older Allie (Maryann Plunkett), Middle Allie (Joy Woods), and Younger Allie (Jordan Tyson) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s world premiere production of The Notebook—a new musical with music and lyrics by Ingrid Michaelson, book by Bekah Brunstetter, choreography by Katie Spelman, and directed by Michael Greif and Schele Williams—presented in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Younger Noah (John Cardoza), Older Noah (John Beasley), and Middle Noah (Ryan Vasquez) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s world premiere production of The Notebook—a new musical with music and lyrics by Ingrid Michaelson, book by Bekah Brunstetter, choreography by Katie Spelman, and directed by Michael Greif and Schele Williams—presented in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Younger Noah (John Cardoza) and Younger Allie (Jordan Tyson) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s world premiere production of The Notebook—a new musical with music and lyrics by Ingrid Michaelson, book by Bekah Brunstetter, choreography by Katie Spelman, and directed by Michael Greif and Schele Williams—presented in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Middle Allie (Joy Woods) and Middle Noah (Ryan Vasquez) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s world premiere production of The Notebook—a new musical with music and lyrics by Ingrid Michaelson, book by Bekah Brunstetter, choreography by Katie Spelman, and directed by Michael Greif and Schele Williams—presented in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Older Noah (John Beasley) and Older Allie (Maryann Plunkett) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s world premiere production of The Notebook—a new musical with music and lyrics by Ingrid Michaelson, book by Bekah Brunstetter, choreography by Katie Spelman, and directed by Michael Greif and Schele Williams—presented in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Younger Noah (John Cardoza) and Younger Allie (Jordan Tyson), Older Noah (John Beasley) and Older Allie (Maryann Plunkett), and Middle Noah (Ryan Vasquez) and Middle Allie (Joy Woods) in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s world premiere production of The Notebook—a new musical with music and lyrics by Ingrid Michaelson, book by Bekah Brunstetter, choreography by Katie Spelman, and directed by Michael Greif and Schele Williams—presented in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Creative Team Image 01

Creative Team Image 01

The creative team for Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Pictured from left to right: Katie Spelman (choreographer), Michael Greif (co-director), Schele Williams (co-director), Bekah Brunstetter (book), and Ingrid Michaelson (music & lyrics). Photo by joe mazza – bravelux.

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Creative Team Image 02

Creative Team Image 02

Bekah Brunstetter (book) and Ingrid Michaelson (music & lyrics) are the creators of Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux. 

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Creative Team Image 03

Creative Team Image 03

Michael Greif and Schele Williams are co-directors of Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux. 

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Creative Team Image 04

Creative Team Image 04

Katie Spelman is the choreographer of Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux.

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Rehearsal Image 01

Rehearsal Image 01

Maryann Plunkett (Older Allie), Joy Woods (Middle Allie), and Jordan Tyson (Young Allie) in rehearsal for The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux.

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Rehearsal Image 02

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Maryann Plunkett (Older Allie) and John Beasley (Older Noah) in rehearsal for The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux.

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Rehearsal Image 03

Rehearsal Image 03

Joy Woods (Middle Allie) and Ryan Vasquez (Middle Noah) in rehearsal for The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux.

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John Cardoza (Young Noah) and Jordan Tyson (Young Allie) in rehearsal for The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux.

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Rehearsal Image 05

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Carmel Dean (Music Supervisor / Co-Orchestrations / Co-Arrangements) and Ingrid Michaelson (music & lyrics) in rehearsal for The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux.

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Rehearsal Image 06

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Co-directors Michael Greif and Schele Williams in rehearsal for The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, in The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare, September 6–October 16, 2022. Photo by joe mazza – bravelux.

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Cast Announcement Image 01

Cast Announcement Image 01

The company of The Notebook, a world premiere musical based on the bestselling novel that inspired the iconic film, at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, September 6–October 16, 2022.

Pictured from left to right: Top Row – Jordan Tyson (Young Allie), Joy Woods (Middle Allie), Maryann Plunkett (Older Allie), John Cardoza (Young Noah), Ryan Vasquez (Middle Noah), John Beasley (Older Noah); Middle Row – Yassmin Alers (Nurse), Andrea Burns (Nurse Betty / Mother), Jonathan Butler-Duplessis (Father / Son), Dorcas Leung (Georgie), Omar Lopez-Cepero (Lon), Sophie Madorsky (Sarah); Bottom Row – Liam Oh (Fin / Justin), Ingrid Michaelson (Music & Lyrics), Bekah Brunstetter (Book), Katie Spelman (Choreographer), Michael Greif (Co-Director), Schele Williams (Co-Director). Photo courtesy of Chicago Shakespeare.

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Cast Announcement Image 02

Cast Announcement Image 02

Portraying Allie and Noah across their lifetimes are Jordan Tyson (Young Allie), Joy Woods (Middle Allie), and Maryann Plunkett (Older Allie); John Cardoza (Young Noah), Ryan Vasquez (Middle Noah), and John Beasley (Older Noah). Photo courtesy of Chicago Shakespeare Theater.

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