London’s Mamma Mia! Will Welcome New Principal Players in June

London News   London’s Mamma Mia! Will Welcome New Principal Players in June
 
Mazz Murray, a former Tanya, will return to the production as Donna Sheridan.
Mazz Murray
Mazz Murray

Mazz Murray, who previously played Tanya in the long-running London production of the international hit Mamma Mia!, will return to the musical at the Novello Theatre June 10 in the leading role of Donna Sheridan.

Murray will be joined by new cast members Kirsty Hoiles as Tanya, Cameron Burt as Sky, Melissa Nettleford as Ali, Sophie Matthew as Lisa, Taylor Bradshaw as Eddie, and Danny Nattrass as Pepper. Continuing in their roles are Ricky Butt as Rosie, Richard Trinder as Sam, Neil Moors as Harry, Stephen Beckett as Bill, Lucy May Barker as Sophie, and Caroline Deverill, who plays Donna at certain performances.

Also new to the cast will be Natasha Agnew, Daniel Clift, Jonathan Cordin, Amelia-Rose Fielding, Shailan Gohil, Callum Heinrich, Frankie Jones, Grace Moorhouse, Jodie Nolan, Dan O’Brien, David O’Mahony, Rochelle Sherona, Megan Speirs, Garrett Tennant, Michael Tyler, Harrison Wilde and Simon Willmont, who will be joining Chloe Ames, Lauren Hampton, and Jennifer Hepburn.

Mamma Mia! celebrated its 20th anniversary in London’s West End April 6.

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The international hit musical opened at the Prince Edward Theatre April 6, 1999, before transferring to the Prince of Wales Theatre in 2004, and then to the Novello Theatre in 2012.

Mamma Mia! has music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, a book by Catherine Johnson, direction by Phyllida Lloyd, and choreography by Anthony Van Laast. The production is designed by Mark Thompson, with lighting design by Howard Harrison, sound design by Andrew Bruce and Bobby Aitken, and musical supervision, additional material, and arrangements by Martin Koch.

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