Immersive Sweeney Todd Revival Will Star West End and Broadway Actors

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Matt Doyle, Betsy Morgan, and Brad Oscar are among the revival’s stars.
Siobhán McCarthy and Jeremy Secomb
Siobhán McCarthy and Jeremy Secomb Bronwen Sharp

Members of the original London cast of Tooting Arts Club’s immersive production of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's Sweeney Todd, which was first staged in an actual London pie shop, will reprise their performances for the New York revival that begins previews February 14, 2017, at the Barrow Street Theatre.

London stars Jeremy Secomb (as Sweeney Todd), Siobhán McCarthy (as Mrs. Lovett), Duncan Smith (as Judge Turpin), and Joseph Taylor (as Tobias) will reprise their performances alongside New York cast members Matt Doyle (as Anthony), Alex Finke (as Johanna), Betsy Morgan (as Pirelli and Beggar Woman), Brad Oscar (as The Beadle), as well as Colin Anderson, Liz Pearce, and Monet Sabel.

The Barrow Street Theatre is being transformed into a working pie shop for the production’s New York bow. Bill Buckhurst directs the production that is designed by Simon Kenny. An official opening has been set for March 1.

Tickets are now on sale at SweeneyToddNYC.com.

Sweeney Todd has music supervision and arrangements by Benjamin Cox, music direction by Matt Aument, lighting design by Amy Mae Smith, sound design by Matt Stine, and production stage management by Richard Hodge.

Bill Buckhurst directs the production that is designed by Simon Kenny. An official opening has been set for March 1.

Benjamin Cox is music supervisor on the production that has been rearranged for three musicians.

The revival is produced by Rachel Edwards, Jenny Gersten, Seaview Productions, Fiona Rudin, Barrow Street Theatre, Jean Doumanian, Rebecca Gold, and Nate Koch (executive producer).

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