'Cats' Musical Wiki

Following the closure of the Broadway Revival in December 2017, a new 6th US Tour began in January 2019.

The first national tour of the revival of Cats is licensed by The Really Useful Group and produced by The Shubert Organization, James L. Nederlander, The Really Useful Group and Cameron Mackintosh.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, all performances of the Equity production from the 13th of March 2020 onwards were postponed then cancelled. The tour re-launched as a non-Equity production on the 21st of September 2021.[1]

Production Specifics

This production is the first tour of the Broadway Revival of Cats. It follows the revival's blend of new and classic material, with few differences. The most obvious differences are in a slightly reduced cast, and a less elaborate set. Electra and Carbucketty are absent, and young Grizabella appears in the opening sequence. The production uses the NAP 11A "inflatable" set. , which requires some practical differences to blocking: for example, the car boot does not open, so Jennyanydots is discovered lying on top of the car rather than inside it for the opening of The Old Gumbie Cat.

For the first 18 months the tour was performed under the Equity union standards, with a planned break in the summer of 2020. The tour was then planned to continue from October 2020 with a non-Equity company. The global COVID-19 pandemic caused the Equity union run of the show to close early on the 12th March 2020, and the opening of the non-Equity run was delayed until 21st September 2021. The tour is booking for 2021 and 2022 seasons, with many booked performances rescheduled rather than cancelled.

Press Announcement

Cats, the record-breaking musical spectacular by Andrew Lloyd Webber that has captivated audiences in more than 30 countries and 15 languages, is now on tour across North America! Audiences and critics alike are rediscovering this beloved musical with breathtaking music, including one of the most treasured songs in musical theater—"Memory." Winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Cats tells the story of one magical night when an extraordinary tribe of cats gathers for its annual ball to rejoice and decide which cat will be reborn. The original score by Lloyd Webber (The Phantom of the Opera, School of Rock, Sunset Boulevard), original scenic and costume design by John Napier (Les Misérables), all-new lighting design by Natasha Katz (Disney's Aladdin), all-new sound design by Mick Potter, new choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler (Hamilton) based on the original choreography by Gillian Lynne (Phantom) and direction by Trevor Nunn (Les Misérables) make this production a new Cats for a new generation!

Today[2] (October 29th 2018), in celebration of National Cat Day, producers announced casting for the North American tour of the first ever Broadway revival of Cats. The multi-year tour will launch at Providence Performing Arts Center on January 22, 2019 and play 24 cities in its first season.

Creative Team

Equity Tour: 2019-2020

The equity tour started in Providence, Rhode Island on the 22nd of January 2019. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tour was cut short, having the final performance on the 12th of March 2020 in Ottawa, Ontario.

Tour Dates

2019 Tour Dates
Venue Location Dates Performances
PPAC Providence, RI 22nd January - 27th January 2019 (8 shows)
Bushnell Hartford, CT 29th January - 3rd February 2019 (8 shows)
Sheas Performing Arts Center Buffalo, NY 5th February - 10th February 2019 (8 shows)
San Jose Center for Performing Arts San Jose, CA 19th February - 24th February 2019 (8 shows)
Pantages Theatre Los Angeles, CA 26th February - 24th March 2019 (32 shows)
Paramount Seattle, WA 26th March - 31st March 2019 (8 shows)
Sacramento Community Center Theater Sacramento, CA 2nd April - 7th April 2019 (8 shows)
Segerstrom Center for the Arts Costa Mesa, CA 9th April - 14th April 2019 (8 shows)
San Diego Civic Theatre San Diego, CA 16th April - 21st April 2019 (8 shows)
Buell Theatre Denver, CO 24th April - 28th April 2019 (8 shows)
Centennial Hall Tucson, AZ 30th April - 5th May 2019 (8 shows)
Bass Concert Hall Austin, TX 7th May - 12th May 2019 (8 shows)
Spencer Theater Alto, NM 14th May - 15th May (2 shows)
Popejoy Hall Albuquerque, NM 16th May - 19th May (6 shows)
Civic Center Music Hall Oklahoma City, OK 21st May - 26th May 2019 (8 shows)
Walton Arts Center Fayetteville, AR 28th May - 2nd June 2019 (8 shows)
DPAC Durham, NC 4th June - 9th June 2019 (8 shows)
Aronoff Center Cincinnati, OH 11th June - 16th June 2019 (8 shows)
Forrest Theatre Philadelphia, PA 18th June - 30th June 2019 (16 shows)
Starlight Theatre Kansas City, MO 9th July - 14th July 2019 (6 shows)
Oriental Theatre Chicago, IL 16th July - 4th August 2019 (24 shows)
Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA 6th August - 11th August 2019 (8 shows)
BELK Theater Charlotte, NC 13th August - 18th August 2019 (8 shows)
Hershey Theatre Hershey, PA 20th August - 25th August 2019 (8 shows)
Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI 3rd September – 15th September 2019 (16 shows)
Opera House - Kennedy Center Washington, DC 17th September – 6th October 2019 (24 shows)
Tulsa Performing Arts Center Tulsa, OK 9th October - 13th October 2019 (7 shows)
Century II Concert Hall Wichita, KS 14th October – 16th October 2019 (3 shows)
McAllen PAC McAllen, TX 18th October - 19th October 2019 (3 shows)
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts Houston, TX 22nd October – 27th October 2019 (8 shows)
Majestic Theatre San Antonio, TX 29th October - 3rd November 2019 (8 shows)
Music Hall at Fair Park Dallas, TX 5th November - 16th November 2019 (16 shows)
Andrew Jackson Hall at TPAC Nashville, TN 19th November - 24th November 2019 (8 shows)
Princess of Wales Theatre Toronto, ON 27th November 2019 - 5th January 2020 (48 shows)
2020 Tour Dates
Venue Location Dates Performances
Boston Opera House Boston, MA 7th January - 19th January 2020 (16 shows)
The Hippodrome Theatre Baltimore, MD 21st January - 26th January 2020 (8 shows)
Ferguson Center Newport News, VA 27th January - 29th January 2020 (3 shows)
Tivoli Theater Chattanooga, TN 31st January - 2nd February 2020 (4 shows)
Altria Theater Richmond, VA 4th February - 9th February 2020 (8 shows)
River Center for the Performing Arts Columbus, GA 11th February - 12th February 2020 (2 shows)
Thalia Mara Jackson, MS 13th February - 14th February 2020 (2 shows)
Saenger Theatre Pensacola, FL 15th February - 16th February 2020 (3 shows)
Barbara Mann PAC Fort Myers, FL 18th February - 23rd February 2020 (8 shows)
Benedum Center Pittsburgh, PA 25th February - 1st March 2020 (8 shows)
Stanley Theater Utica, NY 3rd March - 4th March 2020 (2 shows)
Shubert Theater New Haven, CT 5th March - 8th March 2020 (6 shows)
The National Arts Center
Ottawa, ON 10th March - 12th March 2020 (cut short due to COVID-19 pandemic) (3 shows)
COVID-Affected Tour Dates for 2020 and 2021
Venue Location Dates Performances
The National Arts Center
Postponed 13-15 March to March 2022
Ottawa, ON 13th March - 15th March 2020 (New dates: 28th July - 1st August 2020, later postponed) (5 shows)
Wilson Center
Postponed to February 2022
Wilmington, NC 24th March - 26th March 2020 (New dates: 29th June - 1st July 2020, later postponed) (3 shows)
N. Charleston PAC
Postponed to February 2022
North Charleston, SC 27th March - 29th March 2020 (5 shows)
Clowes Memorial Hall
Indianapolis, IN 31st March - 5th April 2020 (New dates: 21st July - 26th July 2020, later canceled) (8 shows)
The Fabulous Fox Theatre
Postponed to late 2021 to early 2022
St. Louis, MO 7th April - 19th April 2020 (16 shows)
Auditorium Theatre
Postponed to September 2021
Rochester, NY 21st April - 26th April 2020 (New dates: 6th October - 11th October 2020, 15th December - 20th December 2020, later postponed) (8 shows)
Proctor's Theatre
Postponed to May 2022
Schenectady, NY 28th April 2020 - 3rd May 2020 (8 shows)
Embassy Theater
Fort Wayne, IN 5th May - 6th May 2020 (2 shows)
State Theatre New Jersey
Postponed to March 2022
New Brunswick, NJ 8th May - 10th May 2020 (5 shows)
Center for the Arts
Midland, MI 12th May - 14th May 2020 (3 shows)
Miller Auditorium
Kalamazoo, MI 15th May - 17th May 2020 (5 shows)
Schuster PAC
Postponed to November 2021
Dayton, OH 26th May - 31st May 2020 (New dates: 14th July - 19th July 2020, later postponed) (8 shows)
Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts
Postponed to May 2022
Springfield, MO 2nd June - 4th June 2020 (New dates: 25th May - 27th May 2021, later postponed) (3 shows)
Robinson Center
Postponed to May 2022
Little Rock, AR 5th June - 7th June 2020 (New dates: 28th May - 30th May 2021, later postponed) (5 shows)
Connor Palace Theatre Postponed to November 2022 Cleveland, OH 9th June - 14th June 2020 (8 shows)
Koger Theater
Postponed to Feb to March 2022
Columbia, SC 16th June - 18th June 2020 (New dates: 2nd November - 4th November 2020, later postponed) (3 shows)
Tennessee Theatre
Postponed to April 2023
Knoxville, TN 19th June - 21st June 2020 (5 shows)
Peace Center for the Performing Arts
Postponed to April 2023
Greenville, SC 23rd June - 28th June 2020 (8 shows)
BJCC Concert Hall
Postponed to February 2022
Birmingham, AL 5th November - 8th November 2020 (4 shows)
Times-Union Center
Postponed to February 2022
Jacksonville, FL 10th November - 15th November 2020 (8 shows)
Broadway Center
Postponed to April 2022
Fort Lauderdale, FL 17th November - 29th November 2020 (16 shows)
Granada Theatre
Postponed to October 2022
Santa Barbara, CA 8th December - 9th December 2020 (2 shows)
Bank of America PAC
Postponed to May 2023
Thousand Oaks, CA 10th December - 13th December 2020 (N/A)
Keller Auditorium
Postponed to June 2022
Portland, OR 29th December - 3rd January 2021 (TBA)
Morrison Center
Postponed to October 2021
Boise, ID 8th January - 10th January 2021 (5 shows)
Pikes Peak Center
Postponed to November 2021
Colorado Springs, CO 31st January - 1st February 2021 (2 shows)
Orpheum Theatre
Postponed to March 2022
Memphis, TN 9th February - 14th February 2021 (8 shows)
Saenger Theatre
Postponed to December 2021
New Orleans, LA 3rd March - 7th March 2021 (8 shows)
Des Moines Civic Center
Postponed to January 2023
Des Moines, IA 9th March - 14th March 2021 (8 shows)
The Kentucky Center
Postponed to January 2022
Louisville, KY 16th March - 21st March 2021 (8 shows)
Ohio Theatre
Postponed to January 2022
Columbus, OH 23rd March - 28th March 2021 (TBA)
Washington Pavilion
Sioux Falls, SD 31st March - 1st April 2021 (TBA)
Fox Cities PAC
Postponed to March 2023
Appleton, WI 6th April - 11th April 2021 (TBA)
Dr. Phillips Center
Postponed to spring 2022
Orlando, FL 20th April - 25th April 2021 (8 shows)
Straz Center
Postponed December 2021
Tampa, FL 27th April - 2nd May 2021 (8 shows)
Orpheum Theater
Postponed to fall 2021
Omaha, NE 18th May - 23rd May 2021 (Postponed) (8 shows)
Orpheum Theatre
Minneapolis, MN 8th June - 13th June 2021 (Postponed to January 2022, then to October 2022) (8 shows)
Bass Performance Hall
Postponed to November 2021
Fort Worth, TX 15th June -20th June 2021 (Postponed) (8 shows)

Most venues follow the pattern of evening shows Tuesday - Friday, two shows on Saturday and Sunday. However in New Mexico, the show performs a Tuesday evening and Wednesday matinee in Alto, NM, with Thursday - Sunday shows in Albuquerque. This indicates that the show will be able to move venues overnight, install and tech within 24 hours, despite most of the dates indicating at least one travel day between venues.


Note: This site uses the Day-Month-Year (DD/MM/YY) date format.

2019 - 2020 Cast
January 2019
(Opening Cast)
Later Cast March 2020
Alonzo Phillip Deceus
until 08/12/2019
Adam Vanek
from 10/12/2019
Asparagus / Bustopher Jones / "Peter" Timothy Gulan
Bombalurina Lexie Plath
until 08/09/2019
Emma Hearn
from 10/09/2019
until 19/01/2020
Elyse Collier Swiatek
from 01/2020
Cassandra Mariah Reives
until 26/01/2020
Jordan Betscher
from 27/01/2020
Coricopat PJ DiGaetano
until 08/09/2019
Maurice Dawkins
from 10/09/2019
Demeter Liz Schmitz
until 25/08/2019
Alexa Racioppi
from 03/09/2019
Grizabella Keri René Fuller
until 29/01/2020
Donna Vivino
from 06/02/2020
Jellylorum Kaitlyn Davidson
until 15/12/2019
Annemarie Rosano
from 17/12/2019
Jennyanydots Emily Jeanne Phillips
until 05/01/2020
Dani Goldstein
from 10/01/2020
Mistoffelees Tion Gaston
until 08/09/2019;
22/10/2019 - 27/10/2019
PJ DiGaetano
10/09/2019 - 19/10/2019;
from 29/10/2019
Mungojerrie Tony D'Alelio
until 10/2019
Justin W Geiss
from 10/2019
until 05/01/2020
Tony D'Alelio
07/01/2020 - 23/01/2020
Benjamin Sears
from 24/01/2020
Munkustrap Dan Hoy
until 19/01/2020
Zachary Berger
from 01/2020
Old Deuteronomy / "Victor" Brandon Michael Nase
until 19/01/2020
Adam Richardson
Plato / Macavity Tyler John Logan
until 06/10/2019
Brayden Newby
from 10/2019
Pouncival Anthony Michael Zas
until 07/2019
Justin W Geiss
07/2019 - 09/2019
Brett Michael Lockley
from 09/2019
Rumpleteazer Rose Iannaccone
until 19/01/2020
Adriana Negron
from 24/01/2020
Rum Tum Tugger/ "Bill Bailey" McGee Maddox
Sillabub Ahren Victory
until 06/10/2019
Arianna Rosario
11/10/2019 - 22/12/2019
Nevada Riley Koenig
from 23/12/2019
Skimbleshanks Ethan Saviet
until 06/10/2019
Giovanni DiGabriele
from 09/10/2019
Tantomile Halli Toland
until 12/05/2019
Laura Katherine Kaufman
15/05/2019 - 08/12/2019
Melody Rose
from 10/12/2019
Tumblebrutus Devin Neilson
until 06/10/2019
Cameron Edris
from 09/10/2019
Victoria Caitlin Bond
Swing Zachary Berger
until 01/2020
Alex Dorf
from 01/2020
Swing / Co-Dance Captain Nicholas Burrage
until 10/2019
Austin Joseph Reynolds
from 10/2019
Swing / Co-Dance Captain Erin Chupinsky
Swing Justin W Geiss
until 07/2019;
09/2019 - 10/2019
Brett Michael Lockley
07/2019 - 09/2019
Devin Hatch
from 10/2019
Swing Laura Katherine Kaufman
until 05/2019
Marina Lazzaretto
05/2019 - 01/12/2019
Loretta Williams
from 03/12/2019
Swing Charlotte O'Dowd
Chorus Maria Failla
until 18/01/2020
Tricia Tanguy
from 19/01/2020
Chorus Adam Richardson
until 01/2020
Nathan Patrick Morgan
from 01/2020
Chorus Tricia Tanguy
until 10/2019
Madison Mitchell
from 10/2019
Chorus Andy Zimmermann
until 06/2019
Zachary Tallman
from 06/2019
Chorus / Swing (stand-ins) Nathan Patrick Morgan
from 06/2019 (intermittently)
Francesca Granell
Joshua Burrage
Nathan Patrick Morgan
Tyler John Logan
07/01/2020 - 26/01/2020

As with the 2016 Broadway revival, the "Ensemble" versions of characters such as Deuteronomy, Tugger and Gus have been given names. "Ensemble Tugger" is now "Bill Bailey" - however this is no relation to Bill Bailey the existing character. Although Grizabella is not given an ensemble name, she does take part in the opening number in this production.[3] Electra, who made her first appearance in a US production in the Broadway revival, has been cut from this production, along with Carbuckety (although their costumes are displayed in the theatre lobby at certain stops). However the twins Coricopat and Tantomile who were cut from the Troika touring production, are present in this larger scale tour.

Of this cast, few have previous "Cats" credits in full scale productions (excluding regional productions). Swings Erin Chupinsky and Tricia Tanguy had performed in US Tour 5. Madison Mitchell and Nathan Patrick Morgan had also performed in US Tour 5, in addition to the Broadway Revival, along with Francesca Granell, Maria Failla, and Joshua Burrage. PJ DiGaetano and Maurice Dawkins had performed on Oasis of the Seas as Mistoffelees. Zachary Berger had performed in an Australian production.



Non-Equity Tour: 2021 Onwards

The non-equity tour started on the 21st of September 2021 in Rochester, New York. It is the second non-equity production since the 5th national tour. It’s also being referred to the 40th anniversary national tour.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, performers no longer leave the stage to interact with the audience. For example, during the Overture, “green-eyes” has been replaced by lighting that resemble tiny cat eyes that appear throughout the stage. There’s now an extended dance break during Rum Tum Tugger and Old Deuteronomy’s entrance is now from downstage left. There is one exception: in some venues cast members move down the centre of the aisles during The Naming of Cats, while in others they remain onstage in the footlights.

A few other changes were also made from the previous equity tour. Rather than entering through a rope, Mistoffelees enters from upstage right, lightning a few lights as he comes towards the center before restoring them all. And when Grizabella ascends to the heaviside layer, she walks on the platform to the left of the stage (audience view) instead of flying on a wire to the right.

Tour Dates

2021 Dates
Venue Location Dates Performances
Rochester Auditorium Theatre Rochester, NY 21st September - 26th September 2021 (8 shows)
Orpheum Theater Omaha, NE 28th September - 3rd October 2021 (8 shows)
Paramount Theater [4] Cedar Rapids, IA 4th October - 5th October 2021 (2 shows)
Sioux City Orpheum Sioux City, IA 6th October - 7th October 2021 (2 shows)
The Monument Rapid City, SD 9th October - 10th October 2021 (3 shows)
The Smith Center Las Vegas, NV 12th October - 17th October 2021 (8 shows)
First Interstate Center for the Arts Spokane, WA 19th October - 24th October 2021 (8 shows)
Saroyan Theater Fresno, CA 26th October - 27th October 2021 (2 shows)
Morrison Center Boise, ID 29th October - 31st October 2021 (5 shows)
Toyota Center (Canceled) Kennewick, WA 1st November 2021 (1 show)
Pikes Peak Center Colorado Springs, CO 9th November - 10th November 2021 (2 shows)
The Lincoln Center Fort Collins, CO 11th November - 13th November 2021 (4 shows)
Pueblo Memorial Hall Pueblo, CO 14th November 2021 (2 shows)
Bass Performance Hall Fort Worth, TX 16th November - 21st November 2021 (8 shows)
Schuster Performing Arts Center Dayton, OH 23rd November - 28th November 2021 (8 shows)
Aiken Theatre Evansville, IN 30th November 2021 (1 show)
Adler Theater Davenport, IA 1st December 2021 (1 show)
Morris Performing Arts Center South Bend, IN 2nd December - 5th December 2021 (5 shows)
Straz Center Tampa, FL 7th December - 12th December 2021 (8 shows)
The Saenger Theatre New Orleans, LA 14th December - 19th December 2021 (8 shows)
The Fabulous Fox Theatre St. Louis, MO 21st December 2021 - 2nd January 2022 (16 shows)
2022 Dates
Venue Location Dates Performances
Cobb Great Hall East Lansing, MI 4th January - 9th January 2022 (8 shows)
Ohio Theatre Columbus, OH 11th January - 16th January 2022 (6 shows)
The Kentucky Center Louisville, KY 18th January - 23rd January 2022 (8 shows)
Embassy Theatre Fort Wayne, IN 24th January - 25th January 2022 (2 shows)
Coronado Performing Arts Center Rockford, IL 26th January 2022 (1 show)
Mark C. Smith Concert Hall Huntsville, AL 28th January - 30th January 2022 (5 shows)
Wilson Center Wilmington, NC 1st February - 3rd February 2022 (3 shows)
North Charleston Performing Arts Center North Charleston, SC 4th February - 6th February 2022 (5 shows)
Kravis Center West Palm Beach, FL 8th February - 13th February 2022 (8 shows)
Johnny Mercer Theatre Savannah, GA 15th February 2022 (1 show)
BJCC Concert Hall Birmingham, AL 17th February - 20th February 2022 (5 shows)
Times-Union Center Jacksonville, FL 22nd February - 27th February 2022 (8 shows)
Koger Theater Columbia, SC 28th February - 1st March 2022 (3 shows)
Hanover Theatre Worcester, MA 3rd March - 6th March 2022 (6 shows)
Places Des Arts Montreal, QB 8th March - 13th March 2022 (8 shows)
National Arts Center Ottawa, ON 14th March - 16th March 2022 (3 shows)
State Theatre New Jersey New Brunswick, NJ 18th March - 20th March 2022 (5 shows)
Orpheum Theatre Memphis, TN 22nd March - 27th March 2022 (8 shows)
Dr. Phillips Center Orlando, FL 29th March - 3rd April 2022 (8 shows)
Broward Center Fort Lauderdale, FL 5th April - 10th April 2022 (8 shows)
Columbia Country Performing Arts Center Evans, GA 12th April - 13th April 2022 (2 shows)
Berglund Performing Arts Theatre Roanoke, VA 14th April 2022 (1 show)
Dominion Energy Center Richmond, VA 15th April - 16th April 2022 (3 shows)
Clemens Center Elmira, NY 19th April - 21st April 2022 (3 shows)
Scranton Cultural Center Scranton, PA 22nd April - 24th April 2022 (5 shows)
Landmark Theatre Syracuse, NY 26th April – 30th April 2022 (6 shows)
Santander Arena Reading, PA 1st May 2022 (1 show)
Proctors Theatre Schenectady, NY 3rd May - 8th May 2022 (8 shows)
Marcus Center Milwaukee, WI 10th May - 15th May 2022 (8 shows)
Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts Springfield, MO 17th May - 19th May 2022 (3 shows)
Robinson Center
Little Rock, AR 20th May - 22nd May 2022 (5 shows)
Buell Theatre Denver, CO 24th May - 29th May 2022 (8 shows)
Golden Gate Theatre San Francisco, CA 1st June - 5th June 2022 (8 shows)
Pioneer Center Reno, NV 14th June - 19th June 2022 (8 shows)
The Keller Auditorium Portland, OR 21st June - 26th June 2022 (8 shows)

In the spring of 2022, a continuation of the tour was announced for a 2022-2023 season. A complete tour schedule has not been released for the time being.

2022-2023 Dates
Venue Location Dates Performances
Mary Stuart Rogers Theater Modesto, CA 17th September 2022 (2 shows)
Center for the Performing Arts San Jose, CA 20th - 25th September 2022 (8 shows)
San Diego Civic Theatre San Diego, CA 27th September - 2nd October 2022 (8 shows)
Pantages Theatre Los Angeles, CA 4th October - 16th October 2022 (16 shows)
The Granada Theatre Santa Barbara, CA 17th - 18th October 2022 (2 shows)
Centennial Hall Tuscon, AZ 20th October - 23rd October 2022 (TBA shows)
Orpheum Theatre Minneapolis, MN 25th - 30th October 2022 (8 shows)
Connor Palace Theatre Cleveland, OH 1st - 20th November 2022 (24 shows)
Civic Center Music Hall Oklahoma City, OK 30th December 2022 - 1st January 2023 (5 shows)
Des Moines Civic Center Des Moines, IA 3rd - 8th January 2023 (8 shows)
The National Theatre Washington, DC 11th - 22nd January 2023 (15 shows)
Tanger Center Greensboro, NC 24th - 29th January 2023 (8 shows)
DPAC Durham, NC 31st January - 5th February 2023 (8 shows)
Chrysler Hall Norfolk, VA 7th - 12th February 2023 (8 shows)
Midland Center Midland, MI 14th - 16th February 2023 (3 shows)
Miller Auditorium Kalamazoo, MI 17th - 18th February 2023 (3 shows)
Broome County Forum Theatre Binghamton, NY 1st - 2nd March 2023 (2 shows)
Palace Theater Waterbury, CT 3rd - 4th March 2023 (3 shows)
Miller Theater Philadelphia, PA 14th - 19th March 2023 (8 shows)
Fox Cities PAC Appleton, WI 24th - 26th March 2023 (5 shows)
Peace Center Greenville, SC 4th - 9th April 2023 (8 shows)
Tennessee Theatre Knoxville, TN 11th - 16th April 2023 (8 shows)
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Sarasota, FL 18th - 20th April 2023 (3 shows)
El Paso Live El Paso, TX 5th - 7th May 2023 (4 shows)
Bank of America PAC Thousand Oaks, CA 11th - 14th May 2023 (6 shows)
Blaisdell Concert Hall Honolulu, HI 13th - 18th June 2023 (8 shows)


Role Performer
Sep 2021 - Jun 2022 Cast
Alonzo Vinny Andaloro
Asparagus / Bustopher Jones / “Peter” John Anker Bow
Bombalurina Chelsea Nicole Mitchell
Cassandra Lexy Bittner
Coricopat Taylor James Rosenberger
Demeter Lauren Louis
Grizabella Tayler Harris
Jellylorum Kayli Jamison
Jennyanydots Michelle E. Carter
Mistoffelees Paul Giarratano
Mungojerrie Max Craven
Munkustrap Devon McCleskey (until 06/03/2022)
Nick Davis (from 07/03/2022)
Old Deuteronomy / “Victor” Indalecio De Jesus Valentin
Plato / Macavity Aiden Pressel
Pouncival Dominic Fortunato
Rumpleteazer Kelly Donah (until 21/03/2022)
Allison Lian (from 05/04/2022)
Rum Tum Tugger / “Bill Bailey” Zach Bravo (until 08/05/2022)
Travis Anderson (from 04/05/2022)
Sillabub Brianna Kim
Skimbleshanks Christopher Salvaggio
Tantomile Alexia Waites
Tumblebrutus Sean McManus (until 22/05/2022)
Victoria Hyla Mayrose Perillo
Swing / Dance Captain Gracie Anderson
Swing Megan Arseneau
Swing Connor Orion Bermingham
Swing Kieran Macdonald
Swing Brian Craig Nelson
Swing José Raúl Mangual
Swing Elana Valastro
Chorus Carolyn Bacon
Chorus Kelliann DeCarlo
Chorus Tony Mowatt
Walking Cover (emergency) Simon Lawrence

Full casting information not yet announced.

Role Performer
Sep 2022 - Jun 2023 Cast
Asparagus / Bustopher Jones / “Peter”
Grizabella Tayler Harris
Old Deuteronomy / “Victor” Cameron Schutza
Plato / Macavity
Rum Tum Tugger / “Bill Bailey”



Awards and Nominations

Main article: Awards


  • This tour celebrated their 400th performance on February 2nd, 2020.
  • The Hair and Makeup Supervisor Jakey Hicks was awarded BEST MAKE-UP at the 7th annual Make-up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards.[5]
  • Celine Dion visited the company while it was in residency at Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto, Canada.
  • Rebel Wilson, who portrays Jennyanydots in the 2019 film version of Cats, attended and met with the cast while the company was in residency at the Pantages on March 10, 2019.
  • The tour broke the box office record for the highest-gross of an eight-performance engagement at the Buell Theatre in Denver.[6]
  • While at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta, this tour had the highest grossing week ever in the 38-year worldwide history of Cats.[7]



ve Broadway's Cats
Productions Original (1982 - 2000): CastGalleryCast RecordingScoreWinter Garden Theatre

Revival (2016 - 2017): CastGalleryScoreNeil Simon Theatre

National Tours US Tour #1 (1983 - 1987): Cast

US Tour #2/L.A. (1985 - 1986): Cast
US Tour #3 (1986 - 1988): Cast
US Tour #4 (1987 - 1999): Cast
US Tour #5 (2001 - 2012): CastGallery
US Tour #6 (2019 - present): CastGallery

Characters AlonzoBombalurinaBustopher JonesCarbuckettyCassandraCoricopatDemeterElectraEtceteraGriddleboneGrizabellaGrowltigerGusJellylorumJennyanydotsMacavityMr. MistoffeleesMungojerrieMunkustrapOld DeuteronomyPlatoPouncivalRum Tum TuggerRumpleteazerRumpus CatSkimbleshanksSillabubTantomileTumblebrutusVictoria