Part of The Other Palace’s rebranding has been to establish it as an incubator for new musical theatre pieces and so it has been opening its doors for work-in-progress performances of shows like Heathers and Joybubbles.
And in a couple of weeks we get Bonnie and Clyde – music by Frank Wildhorn, lyrics by Don Black and a book by Ivan Menchell – which flopped on Broadway despite the best attempts of stars Laura Osnes and Jeremy Jordan. And rather excitingly, for this production, we get the talents of Evelyn Hoskins and Jamie Muscato in the leading roles.
They are joined by
Sam Ferriday (Ted)
Joshua Dever (Buck)
Rebecca Trehearn (Blanche)
Ako Mitchell (Preacher/Ensemble)
Amy Booth-Steel (Clyde’s Mother / Governor/ Ensemble)
Nicolas Colicos (Clyde’s Father/ Ensemble)
Rebecca Lock (Emma Parker / Ensemble)
Graham Bickley (Sheriff / Ensemble)
Stanley Jarvis (Young Clyde)
Lucy Simmonds (Young Bonnie)
Bonnie and Clyde runs in the studio at The Other Palace for 26th June to 1st July.