Casting Announced For Sheffield Crucible’s Kiss Me Kate

Full casting has been announced for Sheffield Crucible’s Christmas Musical Kiss Me Kate.

Kiss Me Kate Sheffield Crucible
Edward Baker-Duly, Rebecca Locke and Layton Williams.

Robert Hastie, Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres has announced full caasting for Paul Foster’s revival of Kiss Me Kate which will play the Crucible stage from 7 December until 12 January 2019.

From the Golden Age, a riotous, romantic musical comedy to make your heart soar. It’s opening night for feuding divorcees Fred and Lilli as they star in The Taming of the Shrew. But as the curtain rises, gambling, gangsters and mistaken identity conspire to create chao

Foster directs Delroy Atkinson (Gangster 1), Edward Baker-Duly (Fred), Cindy Belliot (Hattie), John Conroy (Baptista), Dafydd Emyr (Harrison Howell), Dex Lee (Bill), Rebecca Lock (Lilli), Ross McLaren (Gremio), Joel Montague (Gangster 2), Adam Rhys-Charles (Hortensio), Amy Ellen Richardson (Lois), Matthew Whennell-Clark(Ralph) and Layton Williams (Paul), with Jessica Buckby, Ronan Burns, Louis Gaunt, Ruby Greenwood,  Tash Holway(also Assistant Choreographer and Dance Captain), Jennifer Louise Jones,  Bobbie Little, Emmanuele N’Zuzi, Simon Oskarsson and Clancy Ryan.

Kiss Me Kate is designed by Janet Bird, choreographed by Matt Flint, musical direction by James McKeon, lighting design by Howard Hudson, sound design by Mike Walker, fight direction by Kate Waters and casting director by Will Burton CDG. Kiss Me Kate has music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Sam and Bella Spewack.


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