Full casting has now been announced for A Chorus Line, Victoria Hamilton-Barritt (Diana), John Partridge (Zach), Scarlett Strallen (Cassie) and Leigh Zimmerman (Sheila) will be joined by Lucy Adcock (Judy), Georgie Ashford (Trisha), Ed Currie (Bobby), Frances Dee (Kristine), Segun Fawole (Butch), Harry Francis (Mark), Simon Hardwick (Al), Rebecca Herszenhon (Val), James T Lane (Richie), Marc Leslie (Roy), Vicki Lee Taylor (Maggie), Daisy Maywood (Bebe), Alice Jane Murray (Lois), Alastair Postlethwaite (Larry), Andy Rees (Greg), Adam Salter (Mike), Alexzandra Sarmiento (Connie), Michael Steedon (Tom), Gary Watson (Don) and Gary Wood (Paul). Further casting includes Rebecca Giocopazzi, Genevieve Nicole and Ashley Nottingham.
We are delighted to announce the principal casting for the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line. John Partridge will play Zach, Scarlett Strallen will play Cassie, Leigh Zimmerman will play Sheila and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt with play Diana.
John Partridge, best known for his role as Christian Clarke in EastEnders. John has appeared in numerous musical theatre productions.
Scarlett Strallen is currently starring as Kathy in the West End production of Singin’ in the Rain, for which she received an Olivier Award nomination.
Leigh Zimmerman has appeared twice in the West End production of Chicago playing Velma Kelly and in 2005 she was Olivier nominated for her role as Ulla in The Producers at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Victoria Hamilton-Barritt was most recently seen playing Gypsy Rose Lee in Leicester Curve’s production of Gypsy. She also played the lead role of Alex in Flashdance in the West End.
Following the announcement of a limited season through to July 2013, booking has now been extended to January 2014.
Click here to read Baz Bamigboye’s announcement in The Daily Mail.
More than 1,000 dancers auditioned earlier for 50 parts in the new London production of 1970s musical, A Chorus Line
We are auditioning superb male and female dancers/singers aged 18 to 35 to appear in the first London revival of this legendary Broadway production, to be staged by the original creative team – Bob Avian and Baayork Lee.
The production rehearses from 2 January 2013 and opens on 2 February. Equity contract.
Michael Bennett’s production of A Chorus Line won nine Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama when it opened on Broadway in 1975 and went on to become the then longest running musical on Broadway achieving an astonishing 6137 performances. It features some of musical theatre’s best loved songs: One (Singular Sensation), What I did For love, I Can do That, Hello Twelve, Hello Thirteen, Hello Love and Hope I Get It.