Into the Woods Will Play Limited Run in South London Starting Sept. 17

News   Into the Woods Will Play Limited Run in South London Starting Sept. 17
London's Landor Theatre in Clapham, south London, is to revive Sondheim and Lapine's 1987 Broadway musical Into the Woods, to mark the venue's 15th anniversary. It was the first musical ever produced there; subsequent revivals have been Sondheim's Assassins and Follies, as well as such musicals as Children of Eden and Little Shop of Horrors.

The new production will begin performances Sept. 17 prior to an official opening Sept. 22, for a run to Oct 17. The company will include Lori Haley Fox as the Witch and Leo Andrew as The Baker.

Fox, who is currently in the Broadway company of Mamma Mia! (in which she has also appeared in the West End as the alternate Donna, and on Broadway has variously appeared in the ensemble and understudy for Donna, Rosie and Tanya), is taking a sabbatical from the show to join the Landor production. Andrew returns to the Landor, where he previously played Benjamin Stone in Follies in 2006.

Also in the company are Sue Appleby, Jessica Boshier, Tricia Deighton, Ian Dring, Jonathan Eio, Luke Fredericks, Sarah Head, Kellie Higgins, Ryan Ford Iosco, Andrew Keats, Judith Paris, Jenny Perry, Frank Simms and Rebecca Wicking.

The production is directed by the Landor's artistic director Robert McWhir, with musical direction by Iain Vince-Gatt and choreography by Robbie O'Reilly.

To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7737 7276, or visit

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