Intimate Staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love Begins July 5 at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre

International News   Intimate Staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love Begins July 5 at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre
 
Jonathan O’Boyle directs.
Cast of <i>Aspects of Love</i>
Cast of Aspects of Love Pamela Raith Photography

An intimate staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Aspects of Love begins performances at the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester July 5.

Jérôme Pradon
Jérôme Pradon Mathias Bord

Directed by Jonathan O'Boyle, the limited engagement will continue through August 9.

The ten-person cast features Kimberly Blake (Half a Sixpence, Barnum) as Giulietta, Jason Kajdi (Our House, Assassins), as Hugo, Felix Mosse (The Rocky Horror Show) as Alex, Julia J. Nagle (An American in Paris) as Elizabeth/ensemble, Minal Patel (The Secret Garden, Bend it Like Beckham) as Marcel, Olivier nominee Jérôme Pradon (Jesus Christ Superstar, Pacific Overtures) as George, and Olivier nominee Kelly Price (That Day We Sang, A Little Night Music ) in the role of Rose.

Making their professional debuts in the production are Rosie Cava-Beale in the ensemble, Jack Churms as Jerome/ensemble, and Eleanor Walsh as Jenny/ensemble.

SEE WHAT IS SCHEDULED TO PERFORM IN LONDON

Based on the novel by David Garnett, Aspects of Love has music by Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart. The musical tells the story of passion, love, and loss across three generations of a family and their artistic companions, against a background of 1940s France and Italy.

Aspects of Love was first produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London in April 1989, running for 1,325 performances before closing in June 1992.

The production also has musical direction by Gareth Bretherton, set and costume design by Jason Denvir, choreography by Sam Spencer-Lane, lighting design by Aaron J. Dootson, sound design by Calum Robinson, and casting by Jane Deitch.

Aspects of Love is produced by Katy Lipson of Aria Entertainment, William Whelton, and Joseph Houston of Hope Mill Theatre, and co-produced with Neil Eckersley and Jim Kierstead.

For ticket information, visit HopeMillTheatre.co.uk.

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