Damn Yankees Gets London Revival Starring Jonathan D. Ellis and Poppy Tierney

News   Damn Yankees Gets London Revival Starring Jonathan D. Ellis and Poppy Tierney
Damn Yankees, the 1955 Broadway musical that revolves around baseball and was last revived in the West End at the Adelphi Theatre in 1997 in a tansfer of the 1994 Broadway revival, is to be staged at London's Landor Theatre, beginning performances Oct. 1 prior to an official opening Oct. 7 for a run through Nov. 8.

The cast will be led by Jonathan D Ellis as Applegate, with Poppy Tierney as Lola, Alex Lodge as Joe Hardy, and Tony Stansfield as Van Buren, reprising a role he played in the West End.

The cast also includes Nova Skipp, Douglas Fanning, Barnaby Hughes, Joel Burman, Sam Stone, Kiel Payton, Ben Sell, Sam Lathwood, Emily Wigley, Kayleigh Thadani, Christopher Tendai, Elizabeth Futter, Sophie May Whitfield, Samson Ajewole and Leah Pinney.

The production is directed by Robert McWhir, with musical direction by Michael Webborn, choreography by Robbie O'Reilly, lighting by Richard Lambert, costumes by Nina Morley and casting by Ben Newsome.

The musical has a book by original director George Abbott and Douglas Wallop, with music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.

To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7737 7276, or visit landortheatre.co.uk

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