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Susan Kelechi Watson: First Look at Merry Wives – PHOTO

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Today we have the opportunity to see Susan Kelechi Watson, Beth Pearson on This is us, with blond hair in the first pictures from her play “Merry Wives“, who officially opens up on July 27 at Delacorte Theatre.

The show re-imagines Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor

Adapted by Jocelyn Bioh, “Merry Wives” is a celebration of Black joy, laughter, and vitality in South Harlem amidst a community of West African immigrants.

The all-Black production stars Abena as Anne Page, Shola Adewusi as Mama Quickly, Gbenga Akinnagbe as Mister Nduka Ford, Pascale Armand as Madam Ekua Page, MaYaa Boateng as Fenton/Simple, Phillip James Brannon as Pastor Evans, Jacob Ming-Trent as Falstaff, Joshua Echebiri as Slender/Pistol, Julian Rozzell Jr. as Shallow, Kyle Scatliffe as Mister Kwame Page, David Ryan Smith as Doctor Caius, and Susan Kelechi Watson as Madam Nkechi Ford alongside ensemble members Brandon E. Burton, Branden Lindsay, Ebony Marshall-Oliver, Jarvis D. Matthews, and Jennifer Mogbock.

You can see Susan Kelechi Watson in Merry Wives until September 17 in Central Park, with free tickets made available through a weekly digital lottery. For more information, visit PublicTheater.org.

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Desirèe Bernardin

Source: Playbill

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