Sushma Saha, Sara Porkalob, Mehry Eslaminia, Gisela Adisa, Crystal Lucas-Perry, Elizabeth A. Davis, Becca Ayers, Brooke Simpson and Oneika Phillips in 1776 at the American Repertory Theater (Photo: Evan Zimmerman for Murphy Made).

The complete cast is set for Roundabout Theatre Company’s upcoming Broadway revival of “1776.” Previews of the musical are set to begin at the American Airlines Theatre on Sept. 16, ahead of an official opening night on Oct. 6. The musical is co-directed by Jeffrey L. Page and Diane Paulus.

The “1776” company features Crystal Lucas-Perry as John Adams, Gisela Adisa as Robert Livingston, Nancy Anderson as George Read, Becca Ayers as Col. Thomas McKean, Tiffani Barbour as Andrew McNair, Carolee Carmello as John Dickinson, Allyson Kaye Daniel as Abigail Adams/Rev. Jonathan Witherspoon, Elizabeth A. Davis as Thomas Jefferson, Mehry Eslaminia as Charles Thomson, Joanna Glushak as Stephen Hopkins, Shawna Hamic as Richard Henry Lee, Eryn LeCroy as Martha Jefferson/Dr. Lyman Hall, Liz Mikel as John Hancock, Patrena Murray as Benjamin Franklin, Oneika Phillips as Joseph Hewes, Lulu Picart as Samuel Chase, Sara Porkalob as Edward Rutledge, Sushma Saha as Judge James Wilson, Brooke Simpson as Roger Sherman, Salome B. Smith as Courier, Sav Souza as Dr. Josiah Bartlett and Jill Vallery as Caesar Rodney, with Ariella Serur, Grace Stockdale and Imani Pearl Williams as standbys.

The creative team includes Scott Pask (sets), Emilio Sosa (costumes), Jen Schriever (lights), Jonathan Deans (sound), David Bengali (projections), Mia Neal (hair and wigs) and Stephen Kopel, CSA (casting), with Brisa Areli Muñoz as associate director and Alfredo Macias as production stage manager.

The limited engagement will continue through Jan. 8, 2023. A national tour will launch on Feb. 14, 2023 in Philadelphia.

The production recently concluded a limited summer run at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

“1776” is produced by Roundabout Theatre Company, led by artistic director and CEO Todd Haimes. The revival is co-produced with the American Repertory Theater, led by artistic director Paulus and executive director Kelvin Dinkins, Jr.