Marianne Elliott’s New Production of Company Begins Rehearsals

Rehearsals began today for Marianne Elliott’s new production of George Furth and Stephen Sondheim’s Company.

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The cast of Company. Photo: Darren Bell

The production which sees the central character of Bobby reimagined as Bobbie played by Rosalie Craig.

The company gathered today to listen to Marianne’s plans for the show and to take a first look at Bunny Christie’s designs.

At Bobbie’s 35th birthday party all her friends are wondering why she isn’t married; why she can’t find the right man and why she hasn’t settled down to have a family. The multi-award winning musical comedy about life, love and marriage include Stephen Sondheim’s iconic songs, The Ladies who Lunch, Being Alive, Side by Side and You Could Drive a Person Crazy.

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Rosalie Craig and Marianne Elliott. Photo: Darren Bell

The complete cast for Company is:  Rosalie Craig as Bobbie, Patti LuPone as Joanne, Mel Giedroyc as Sarah, Jonathan Bailey as Jamie, George Blagden as PJ, Ashley Campbell as Peter, Richard Fleeshman as Andy, Alex Gaumond as Paul, Richard Henders as David, Ben Lewis as Larry, Daisy Maywood as Susan, Jennifer Saayeng as Jenny, Matthew Seadon-Young as Theo and Gavin Spokes as Harry.  Joining them are Michael Colbourne, Francesca Ellis, Ewan Gillies, Grant Neal and Jaimie Pruden.

Joining director Marianne Elliott on the creative team for Company are:  choreographer Liam Steel, designer, musical supervisor and conductor Joel Fram, Bunny Christie, lighting designer Neil Austin, sound designer Ian Dickinson (for Autograph Sound), illusions designer Chris Fisher, orchestrator David Cullen, dance arranger Sam Davis and casting directors Alastair Coomer CDG and Charlotte Sutton CDG.

Company begins previews at the Gielgud Theatre from 26 September 2018, opening on the 17 October 2018.

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