Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane's On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Will Be Revived at London's Union Theatre

News   Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane's On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Will Be Revived at London's Union Theatre
 
Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane's 1965 Broadway musical On a Clear Day You Can See Forever will be revived at London's Union Theatre, beginning performances Sept. 4 prior to an official opening Sept. 6, for a run through Sept. 28.

Kirk Jameson will direct a cast that is led by Vicki Lee Taylor (currently appearing in the West End as Maggie in A Chorus Line) as Daisy Gamble and Nadeem Crowe as her psychiatrist Dr. Mark Bruckner.

Also in the cast are Rachel Spurrell, Dan O’Brien, Ross McNeill, Emma Harrold, Laura Robson and Rebecca Lawrence.

The show will be choreographed by Sam Spencer-Lane, with musical direction by Inga Davis-Rutter.

In the show, Daisy Gamble considers herself to be a fairly unremarkable person, when in reality she is anything but. In a bid to quit smoking she seeks help from psychiatrist Dr. Mark Bruckner, who, using hypnotherapy, helps her kick the habit. Throughout their sessions together, however, something in Daisy is unlocked making it clear just how special she is.

Taylor's other stage credits include Listen to the Wind (King’s Head, plus cast album recorded at Abbey Road Studios), Mamma Mia! (West End and international tour), Alice in Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (U.K. tour), Cutie in Guys and Dolls (U.K. tour), and Rebecca and Dance Captain in The Witches of Eastwick (U.K. tour). Crowe's previous credits include Tank in the London premiere of Zanna, Don't! at the Upstairs at the Gatehouse. He is also a medical doctor with a particular interest in geriatric medicine and aims to continue to combine his passions for both theatre and medicine.

As a director, Jameson has previously directed Dames at Sea and Once upon a Matress (both at the Union). As an actor, he has appeared in national tours of The Phantom of the Opera and The Sound of Music, and appeared in I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change at the Union.

Spencer-Lane has worked extensively as a choreographer at the Menier Chocolate Factory, including The Last Five Years, Take Flight, They're Playing Our Song and The Invisible Man. She choreographed the Little Britain Live tour in 2008.

To book tickets, contact the box office on 0207 261 9876 or visit www.uniontheatre.biz.

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