The cast is led by John Partridge, Scarlett Strallen, Leigh Zimmerman and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt. They are joined by Lucy Adcock (Judy), Georgie Ashford (Trisha), Ed Currie (Bobby), Frances Dee (Kristine), Segun Fawole (Butch), Harry Francis (Mark), Simon Hardwick (Al), Rebecca Herszenhon (Val), James T. Lane (Richie), Marc Leslie (Roy), Vicki Lee Taylor (Maggie), Daisy Maywood (Bebe), Alice Jane Murray (Lois), Alastair Postlethwaite (Larry), Andy Rees (Greg), Adam Salter (Mike), Alexzandra Sarmiento (Connie), Michael Steedon (Tom), Gary Watson (Don) and Gary Wood (Paul). The company also includes Rebecca Giocopazzi, Genevieve Nicole and Ashley Nottingham.
Murray and Leslie were selected to join the company from open auditions that were held at the London Palladium last September, which attracted some 2,000 auditionees.
Partridge, who plays Zach, is best known for his role as Christian Clarke in TV's "EastEnders." His extensive musical theatre credits include appearances in Cats, Starlight Express, Tommy, Grease, The Drowsy Chaperone, Rent and Miss Saigon.
Strallen, who plays Cassie, was recently seen as Kathy in the West End production of Singin' in the Rain. Previous West End credits include Clara in Passion (Donmar Warehouse), the title role in Mary Poppins (West End and Broadway) and Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium).
Zimmerman, who plays Sheila, has played Velma in Chicago in the West End and originated the role of Ulla in the West End premiere of The Producers (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); for the latter she was Olivier-nominated. Broadway credits include The Will Rogers Follies, Crazy For You and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
Hamilton-Barritt, who plays Diana, was most recently seen playing Gypsy Rose Lee in Leicester Curve's production of Gypsy. She also played the lead role of Alex in Flashdance in the West End and Maria in the international tour of West Side Story.
In a press statement, Andrew Lloyd Webber (who owns the theatre) previously commented, "I am delighted to welcome A Chorus Line into The London Palladium. This classic Broadway production has not been seen in the West End for almost 35 years. Marvin Hamlisch was a great friend and supporter in my early career and I can think of no more fitting tribute to him than this major revival."
This production of A Chorus Line is produced by John Breglio, Mark Goucher, Act Productions, Tim Lawson, Bronowski Productions, Daniel Sparrow & Mike Walsh Productions, Just for Laughs Theatricals/Tanya Link, Gale King Productions and A Chorus Line Broadway.
To book tickets, contact the box office on 0844 4412 2957, or visit www.achoruslinelondon.com.