BEEN ON BROADWAY Set for Single Performance at The Duchess Theatre Tonight
Following a sold out and acclaimed show at the Pheasantry in Chelsea earlier this year, Been on Broadway will make its West End debut for one night only at the Duchess Theatre today 13th October, featuring songs from Broadway musicals that haven't yet made it to the West End.
A consummate cast of young British musical theatre talent will get its teeth (and lungs) around some of Broadway's best and hottest tunes from the modern musical era, including songs from current and cult shows such as Next to Normal, Newsies, The Addams Family, Bring It On, The Little Mermaid, Wonderland and The Boy from Oz to name only a few.
From the producers of the acclaimed Notes from New York series and Idina Menzel's award- winning UK tour, Been on Broadway showcases the best contemporary musical theatre writing from the other side of the pond, offering London audiences to chance to hear the latest songs from Broadway performed by young British musical theatre talent.
Been on Broadway stars Jordan Luke Gage (Taboo), Christopher Mitchell (LIZA (on an E)), Sally Samad (Alistair McGowan's Big Impressions), Alexandra Da Silva (Momentous Musicals, Streets Project), Phoebe Street (LES MISERABLES) and Sebastian Thomas (Paralympic Ceremonies), all of whom return to the show for its West End date.
Been on Broadway is produced by Neil Eckersley for Speckulation Entertainment, with musical direction by Joe Louis Robinson.
Jordan Luke Gage - @JordanLukeGage
Jordan trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, where he was supported by the BBC Performing Arts Fund, the Peter Coxhead Memorial Award and the Lionel Bart Foundation. His theatre credits include: Marilyn in Taboo (Brixton Clubhouse); and Songs Of My Life - An Evening with Peter Polycarpou (Garrick). Film credits include: Schoolboy in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Warner Bros). Workshops include: The Abandoned - A New Musical with Matt Brind and Rachel Wagstaff.
Christopher Mitchell - @chrisdavidmitch
Christopher trained at Guildford School of Acting. His theatre credits include: the West End première of LIZA (on an E); the world première production of Only the Brave and Mathilde (Edinburgh Festival); Wolfboy (Trafalgar Studios); Jamie in The Last 5 Years (Ealing Studio); Pembry in Silence! The Musical (Above the Stag); and Marine in Fallujah (Cockpit). Concert credits include: Soloist in 12 Tenors (USA & European tours); and Ruthie Henshall & Guests (Ipswich Regent). Workshops include: Ten Plagues (Royal Court); and Seventh Time Around (Soho).
Alexandra Da Silva - @alexdasilva27
Alexandra trained at ALRA where her credits included: The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Richard III and Chekhov's Three Sisters. Following her recent graduation, her theatre credits include: Featured Vocalist in Momentous Musicals (New Wimbledon); Lily in Streets Project (Cockpit & Hackney Empire); and Songs Of My Life - An Evening with Peter Polycarpou (Garrick). She was also a finalist in @WestEndProducer's Search For A Twitter Star (Lyric). Workshops include: Rumour Has It (Palladium).
Sally Samad - @sallysamad
Sally trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre arts on a singing scholarship. Her theatre credits include: Hansel and Gretel (Millfield); Godspell (All Star Productions); Peter Pandemonium (Millionth Muse Productions); and Snow White & the 7 Signs of Aging (Millionth Muse Productions). TV credits include: Alistair McGowan's Big Impressions (BBC). Film credits include: Harry Potter and the Prizoner of Azkaban (Warner Bros); The Biggest Thing That Ever Hit Broadway (Hollywood Daze Productions); and The Storm (Walrus Films).
Phoebe Street - @phoebestreet
Phoebe trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts where her credits included: Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street; Catherine in A View from the Bridge; Ensemble / Chorus Master in Cabaret; and Hildy in On the Town. Following her recent graduation, she made her West End debut as Whore / Understudy Cosette in the acclaimed London production of LES MISERABLES (Queens). Later this year, she will join the company at The National Theatre in the world première of a newly commissioned work.