Casting Announced for U.K. Tour of Guys and Dolls; Maxwell Caulfield to Play Nathan

News   Casting Announced for U.K. Tour of Guys and Dolls; Maxwell Caulfield to Play Nathan
While the West End's Guys and Dolls readies for a transfer (and many new cast members, as revealed here) to the Phoenix Theatre, Gordon Greenberg's production will simultaneously embark on a U.K tour, beginning performances at Liverpool Empire from March 16.

Casting for the tour will include Richard Fleeshman (West End and Broadway's Ghosts) as Sky Masterson, Maxwell Caulfield (best known for "Grease 2" and "The Colbys") as Nathan Detroit, Louise Deadman as Adelaide and Anna O’Byrne as Sarah Brown.

Also in the cast are Jack Edwards as Nicely Nicely Johnson, Peter Harding as Arvide Abernathy, Anthony McGill as Lt Brannigan, Mark Sangster as Benny Southstreet, Melanie Marshall as General Cartwright, Craig Pinder as Harry the Horse/Joey Biltmore, Cameron Johnson as Big Julie, and Christopher Howell as Rusty Charlie.

The ensemble includes Eamonn Cox, Jamal Crawford, Jonny Godbold, Ross Lee Fowkes, Aron Wild, Kiel Payton, Matthew Whennell-Clark, Ruthie Stephens, Bethany Linsdell, Hannah Cauchi, Chloe Chambers, Danielle Stephen, Abigayle Honeywill and Lucy Ashenden.

Fleeshman's musical credits include Damsel in Distress (Chichester Festival Theatre), Urinetown (St. James Theatre) and Legally Blonde (Savoy Theatre), in addition to Ghost which he originated at the West End's Piccadilly Theatre before reprising it at Broadway's Lunt-Fontanne. On TV he has played Craig Harris in "Coronation Street."

Caulfield has appeared on Broadway in An Inspector Calls and Chicago, the latter of which he also did in the West End. Other U.K theatre credits include Singin' in the Rain, Bedroom Farce and The Rocky Horror Show. TV credits include "Emmerdale" and "Casualty" in the U.K and "Modern Family" and "The Colbys" in the US. Film credits include the lead in "Grease 2" opposite Michelle Pfeiffer, "The Boys Next Door," "Empire Records" and "The Real Blonde." Dearman, who will appear through April 30, was the first actress to have played both Elphaba and Glinda in Wicked. She has also toured in Evita, Grease and Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and released three solo albums.

O'Bryne, who originated the role of Christine Daae in the Australian production of Love Never Dies that has been released on DVD, has appeared in the West End in The Phantom of the Opera and in Sweeney Todd for English National Opera.

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