Songs for a New World Begins Performances at the London Palladium This Fall | Playbill

London News Songs for a New World Begins Performances at the London Palladium This Fall The West End staging follows a digital production earlier this summer, starring Olivier nominees Rachel Tucker and Rachel John.
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An in-person staging of Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World will play two performances at the London Palladium October 11. The one-day-only event is the first musical to return to the West End since the theatre shut down in March due to COVID-19.

Olivier nominees Rachel John (Hamilton) and Rachel Tucker (Come From Away) and Cedric Neal (Motown) all return from a digital production streamed earlier this summer, with David Hunter (Waitress) joining the cast.

Directed by Séimí Campbell, the production will follow current COVID-19 government guidance, including social distancing and face masks for audiences.

Songs for a New World is presented by Lambert Jackson Productions, with Adam Hoskins serving as musical director.

Take a Look at Songs for a New World at New York City Center

 
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