Company – The Musical at Ohio Theatre

 Company The Musical at Ohio TheatrePut your party hats on for 2024’s BIGGEST birthday celebration as Company: A Musical Comedy pulls out the poppers from February 13-18 LIVE at the Ohio Theatre! Directed by acclaimed auteur Marianne Elliott, this Tony Award-winning revival of the timeless 70s classic brings back George Furth’s book and legendary composer Stephen Sondheim’s original score, which includes beloved numbers “Being Alive” and “Getting Married Today.” Running at about three hours, Company features a gender-swapped cast of your favorite New Yorkers navigating the trials and tribulations of a modern-day Big Apple. Depart on a hilariously frenetic journey with birthday girl Bobbie, played by Britney Coleman, as she fends off her friends’ nagging concerns and a brewing mid-30s crisis, all while dealing with the ever-bewildering phases of 21st-century romance. Company’s smash hit revival will visit nearly twenty cities in this year’s North American tour, and what better place to see the show than at the historically resplendent Ohio Theatre? Book your seats now!

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“Sensational! It strikes like a lightning bolt.” – Variety

“Gloriously transformative. A godsend.” – The New York Times

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Invitations are out. Streamers hung. Dates set! Broadway’s fabbest birthday bash will blow up North America full of life-changing cheers this 2024, with almost twenty cities marked for its extended run. During the third week of February, Company: A Musical Comedy will welcome crowds in Columbus to eight highly anticipated performances from 13 to 18 LIVE at the city’s premier Ohio Theatre!

Sondheim’s 1970 classic takes a gender-bent turn in the new decade, with sold-out runs between Broadway and West End in recent years. This groundbreaking rendition enlists the leadership of 3x Tony Award-winning British director Marianne Elliott and a retouched book based on George Furth’s original writing. And, of course, Stephen Sondheim’s legendary score will make a triumphant return, featuring smash hits “Being Alive,” “Getting Married Today,” and “You Could Drive a Person Crazy.”

Thirty-five is the new twenty! Or at least that’s what Bobbie would like to believe. The differences between growing up and growing old have always eluded her, and now, all those days of carefree youth are catching up. Watch as our birthday bachelorette explores life and sex in the 21st century through the eyes of a bewildered New York millennial. Is being single still as fulfilling as she’s always enjoyed? Or is settling down the next logical step? Bobbie has a lot of figuring out to do, and with the help and hysterics of her equally floundering friends, she really has her work cut out for her. 

“Easily the funniest Company I’ve ever seen. A moving living memorial to the late Stephen Sondheim.” – The Washington Post

Hilarious and immediately relatable, Company: A Musical Comedy examines the growing pains of contemporary relationships, from dating to marriage and every little compromise in between. It runs for around 2 hours and 45 minutes, with a short intermission in the middle, and is told through the innovative non-linear vignettes drawn from the original production.

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Britney Coleman, a former understudy from previous tours, officially takes up the mantle of birthday girl Bobbie, surrounded by an ensemble cast of theater’s brightest stars on stage.

  • Judy McLane as Joanne
  • Kathryn Allison as Sarah
  • Will Blum as David
  • Ali Louis Bourzgui as Paul
  • Derrick Davis as Larry
  • Javier Ignacio as Peter
  • James Earl Jones II as Harry
  • Marina Kondo as Susan
  • Matt Rodin as Jamie
  • Emma Stratton as Jenny
  • Jacob Dickey as Andy
  • Tyler Hardwick as PJ
  • David Socolar as Theo
  • Matthew Christian, Christopher Deangelis (Dance Captain), Kenneth Quinney Francoeur, CJ Greer, Elysia Jordan, Beth Stafford Laird, and Christopher Henry Young (Fight Captain) as Understudies


  • Liam Steel – Choreography
  • Joel Fram – Musical Supervision & Additional Vocal Arrangements
  • Bunny Christie – Set & Costume Design
  • Neil Austin – Lighting Design
  • Ian Dickinson, For Autograph – Original Sound Design
  • Keith Caggiano – Tour Sound Design
  • Chris Fisher – Illusions
  • Campbell Young Associates – Hair, Wig & Makeup Design
  • Tara Rubin Casting, Merri Sugarman, CSA – Casting
  • David Cullen – Orchestrator
  • Sam Davis – Dance Arrangements
  • Port City Technical, Ryan George – Production Management
  • Anièle Fortin-Perkell – Executive Producer
  • Work Light Productions, Courtney King – General Manager
  • Tanisha Fordham – Consulting Associate Director
  • Timothy R. Semon – Production Supervisor
  • Michael Coglan – Company Manager
  • Bond Theatrical – Tour Booking, Marketing & Publicity
  • Karl Westworth – Content Marketing
  • Super Awesome Friends – Content & Social
  • Paula Staroba – Associate Music Director
  • Jay Carey – Production Stage Manager
  • Steve Bebout – Associate Director
  • Simon Sault – Associate Choreographer
  • Charlie Alterman – Music Director
  • Michael Aarons – Music Coordinator
  • Elliott & Harper Productions, Catherine Schreiber – Producers
  • The Shubert Organization, Nederlander Presentations, INC., Work Light Productions, Boyett-Miller, GFOUR Productions, Mary Maggio, Scott Abrams, Hornos-Moellenberg, Crossroads Live, Hunter Arnold, No Guarantees, Grove Entertainment, Daryl Roth, Tom Tuft, Fakston Production, Michael Watt, Concord Theatricals, Independent Presenters Network, John Gore Organization, Merrie-Kades-Beard, Michael Shuman, Carson Gleberman, Jonathan & Rae Corr Ken Davenport, Ordinary Magic, Sandi Moran, and Jujamcyn Theaters – Co-Producers
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A masterclass in Broadway revivals, Company: A Musical Comedy racked up dozens of major accolades during the 2022 award season, fronted by five wins out of nine Tony Award nominations, including Best Revival, Best Direction, and Best Scenic Design of a Musical. In addition, the show also stole four Drama Desk Awards, three Outer Critics Circle Awards, and two Drama League Awards, all including Outstanding Revival.

Meanwhile, the original 1970 production set the record for most Tony Award nominations at the time, winning in six categories, which includes the coveted trifecta of Best Musical, Best Book, and Best Score. Overseas, it spawned notable 3x Laurence Olivier Award-winning runs in both London (1995) and West End (2018).

“A phenomenon that should be experienced in person at least once in this life.” – The New Yorker

“Hands down the best musical production of the season!” – New York Post

Embark on a soul-searching journey through modern-day NYC in Company: A Musical Comedy from February 13 to 18 LIVE at the Ohio Theatre. Book your reservations soon!