Go Inside Rehearsal of My Very Own British Invasion at Paper Mill Playhouse

Photos   Go Inside Rehearsal of My Very Own British Invasion at Paper Mill Playhouse
 
The world premiere, directed by Jerry Mitchell, is set to begin performances January 31.
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Jonny Amies and Erika Olson Marc J. Franklin

Paper Mill Playhouse’s world premiere of My Very Own British Invasion is set to begin performances January 31. The production, directed by Tony winner Jerry Mitchell, is scheduled to run through March 3.

Based on the experiences of singer-songwriter Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits, My Very Own British Invasion captures London’s exploding music scene in the 1960s. The production features a book by Tony-winning writer Rick Elice with a score culled from chart-topping hits from the British bands of the era.

Flip through photos of the production below:

Jonny Amies stars as Peter, with Bryan Fenkart (Waitress) as John, Erika Olson (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical) as Pamela, Kyle Taylor Parker (Kinky Boots) as Gino, Conor Ryan (Desperate Measures) as Trip, John Sanders (Groundhog Day) as Fallon, and Daniel Stewart Sherman (Kinky Boots) as The Hammer.

The cast is completed by Travis Artz, Gemma Baird, John Campione, Emma Degerstedt, Trista Dollison, Jay Donnell, Graham Scott Fleming, Douglas Goodhart, Cory Jeacoma, Sage Melcher, Jen Perry, and Daniel Yearwood.

The show has scenic design by David Rockwell, costume design by Gregg Barnes, lighting design by Kenneth Posner, sound design by Andrew Keister, projection design by Andrew Lazarow, and hair and wig design by Josh Marquette. Casting is by Telsey + Company, Patrick Goodwin, CSA. UK Casting by Jill Green Casting.

Hal Luftig, Craig Haffner, and Rodney Rigby produce the premiere engagement in association with Paper Mill.

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