Starring Anjali Bhimani (Myrrha and others), Raymond Fox (Midas and others), Kyle Hall (Hermes and others), Doug Hara (Phaeton and others), Felicity Jones (Aphrodite and others), Chris Kipiniak (Erysichthon and others), Louise Lamson (Alycon and others), Erik Lochtefeld (Orpheus and others), Mariann Mayberry (Eurydice and others) and Lisa Tejero (Therapist and others).
Understudies: Mario Campanaro (Hermes and others, Phaeton and others), Gregory Derelian (Erysichthon and others, Midas and others, Orpheus and others), Tara Falk (Alycon and others, Aphrodite and others, Therapist and others) and Julienne Hanzelka Kim (Myrrha and others, Eurydice and others).
Replacement Cast: Christopher Donahue (Midas and others), Tara Falk (Alycon and others).
Replacement Understudy: Peter Russo (Hermes and others, Phaeton and others).
General Manager: Roy Gabay Theatrical Management; Company Manager: Cheryl Dennis
Production Stage Manager: Debra A. Acquavella; Stage Manager: Anjali Bidani; Production Supervisor: Mahon / Davis; Sub-Assistant Stage Manager: Brendan Smith; Replacement Stage Manager: Heather Fields (Sep 05, 2002 – Jan 05, 2003) and Charles M. Turner, III (Dec 03, 2002 – Feb 16, 2003)
Press Representative: Richard Kornberg & Associates; Understudy casting by Tara Rubin Casting; Online Marketing by Toby Simkin; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Production Assistant: Dan Burmester.
Metamorphoses stages the great transformation myths of Ovid with additional material compiled by Zimmerman from other sources, including the poet Rainer Maria Rilke. King Midas, Orpheus and Eurydice, and Cupid and Psyche all make appearances during the evening, wherein they change physically, emotionally and mentally. The play’s most notable set piece was its 27-foot wide rectangular pool which the actors played around — and in.
Metamorphoses transferred to The Great White Way on Feb. 21, after a successful run at Off-Broadway’s Second Stage. It has won the Drama Desk, Drama League and Lucille Lortel prizes for Best Play and earned a Tony Award for Best Direction for director Zimmerman and returned its entire investment of $1.7 million in May 2002