By Andrew Gans
15 May 2012
The cast of the tour, which will play 23 venues through Dec. 1, will be headed by Marti Webb, who succeeded Elaine Paige in the original London run of Evita and was the first to record Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black's song cycle "Tell Me on a Sunday." Webb will play Dorothy Brock with Dave Willetts (Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Cats, Ragtime, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) as Julian Marsh.
The upcoming tour will feature sets and costumes from the Broadway revival.
The production will also feature choreography by Graeme Henderson, musical supervision by Gareth Williams, set design by Douglas W. Schmidt, costumes by Roger Kirk, lighting design by David Howe and sound design by Ross Portway and Jon Higson.
Tour dates follow:
Rhyl Pavilion, June 1-2
New Theatre, Oxford June 5-9
Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, June 12-16
Grand Opera House, Belfast, June 19-23
King’s Theatre, Glasgow, June 26-30
New Victoria Theatre, Woking, July 3-7
Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, July 10-14
Sunderland Empire, July 17-21
Blackpool Grand Theatre, July 24-28
Theatre Royal, Plymouth, July 31-Aug. 4
Eastbourne Congress Theatre, Sept. 4-8
New Wimbledon Theatre, Sept. 11-15
Alhambra Theatre, Bradford, Sept. 18-22
Cardiff New Theatre, Sept. 25-29
Southampton Mayflower, Oct. 2-6
Theatre Royal Norwich, Oct. 9-13
Churchill Theatre Bromley, Oct. 16-20
Palace Theatre, Manchester, Oct. 23-27
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Oct. 30-Nov. 3
Edinburgh Playhouse, Nov. 6-10
Liverpool Empire, Nov. 13-17
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Nov. 20-24
Theatre Royal Nottingham, Nov. 27-Dec. 1
For more information visit www.ukproductions.co.uk.