David Bedella, Daniel Crossley, Janie Dee and More Set for PUTTING IT TOGETHER at the St. James, Jan 14
Robert Mackintosh, the St. James Theatre and Hilary A Williams are thrilled to announce that they will be presenting by arrangement of Cameron Mackintosh, Alex Parker's production of the London premiere of Stephen Sondheim's Putting it Together from 14 January - 1 February 2014. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 8 November.
First produced by Cameron Mackintosh in New York, with Julie Andrews over 20 years ago, the London premiere will be performed by a stellar, award-winning cast including: David Bedella, Daniel Crossley, Janie Dee, Damian Humbley and Caroline Sheen and Directed by Alastair Knights, Choreographed by Matthew Rowland with Musical Supervision by Alex Parker.
Sir Cameron Mackintosh said: "I couldn't be more delighted that my brother, Robert, is presenting the London premiere of Sondheim's review 'Putting it Together' - a companion piece to Side by Side by Sondheim that I put together with Julia Mackenzie in England many years ago starring Diana Rigg and subsequently in New York with Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett.
Robert's theatre, the stylish and innovative St. James, should prove the perfect venue for Sondheim's brilliant, witty and moving material culled from many of his great musicals. 'Putting it Together' is a musical theatrical cocktail that promises to leave audiences shaken, stirred and highly entertained."
Putting it Together, Show Synopsis:
A revue with a difference... A revue that tells a story... Set at a cocktail party in New York City, two couples - one middle-aged and married, the other young lovers just starting out - reflect through the songs of Stephen Sondheim on the complexities that make up modern relationships.
Direct from a sell out run in Guilford, the London premiere of this dazzling Sondheim revue will play at St. James Theatre for three weeks only.
Directed by Alastair Knights
Choreographed by Matthew Rowland
Musical Supervision by Alex Parker
Associate Direction and Choreography by Scarlet Wilderink