Broadway Super Couple Share the Stage in Theatre Raleigh’s CITY OF ANGELS

Megan McGinnis and Adam Halpin are real life husband and wife super couple who are starring in the Theatre Raleigh production of City of Angels.

McGinnis and Halpin were last seen on the national tour of Come From Away. McGinnis was last seen at Theatre Raleigh directing the Daddy Long Legs in 2018.

Hear what the Broadway veterans have to say to Beltline to Broadway about life on the road (with a 5 year old), the pandemic, and taking on City of Angels.

Listen to “Megan McGinnis and Adam Halpin Talk City of Angels” on Spreaker.

City of Angels runs through August 14. For more information visit  

About the Guests

Adam Halpin – Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen, Glory Days. Off-Broadway: Daddy Long Legs, Rent, Dogfight. National Tours: Come From Away, Kinky Boots, Rent. Select Regional: Chess at The Kennedy Center, The Last 5 Years at Long Wharf, The Music Man at The Muny.

Megan McGinnis recently toured with the North American company of Come From Away. Prior to that, she completed the Off-Broadway run of Daddy Long Legs, originating the role of Jerusha Abbott, both nationally and internationally (Ovation Award, Jeff Nomination, London What’s On Stage Nomination). Broadway: Side Show (Revival, Standby Daisy/Violet), Les Miserables (Revival, Eponine), Little Women (Beth), Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Thoroughly Modern Millie, Diary of Anne Frank, Parade.

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