The production is currently playing at The Other Palace.

(c)Matt Crockett.

Producers of the UK premiere of Be More Chill have announced that the musical will be extending its run at The Other Palace for an additional six weeks, booking until the 14th June.

Based on the novel of the same name by Ned Vizzini, the musical features original music and lyrics by Joe Iconis and a book by Joe Tracz. Talking about the news Joe Iconis said: “Making my London debut as a musical theatre writer has long been a dream of mine and my experience with Be More Chill at The Other Palace has exceeded all expectations. I have been blown away by the response of audiences and the theatre community here in the UK and am ecstatic that we will be extending our run until 14 June.”

Directed by Stephen Brackett, the cast for the production includes: Scott Folan as the central character of Jeremy Heere,  Blake Patrick Anderson as Michael Mell and Miracle Chance as Christine Canigula.  Stewart Clarke plays The Squip, Eloise Davies is Brooke Lohst, Christopher Fry plays Mr Heere and Mr Reyes, James Hameed plays Rich Goranski, Renee Lamb is Jenna Rolan, Millie O’Connell is Chloe Valentine and Miles Paloma plays Jake Dillinger.  Understudies are:  Gabriel Hinchcliffe, Eve Norris and Jon Tsouras.

Be More Chill tells the atypical love story of a boy, a girl … and the supercomputer inside the boy’s head guiding him every step of the way. The boy is desperately trying to fit in. The girl’s longing to be noticed. And the supercomputer just wants to take over the world.

The production’s creative team features choreographer Chase Brock, set designer Beowulf Boritt, costume designer Bobby Frederick Tilley II, lighting designer Tyler Micoleau, sound designer Ryan Rumery and video designer Alex Basco Koch with wigs by Dave Bova. Orchestrations are by Charlie Rosen, vocal arrangements by Emily Marshall, UK Musical Direction by Louisa GreenandUK casting is by Will Burton. 

Be More Chill will play at The Other Palace from the 12th February until the 14th June. To book tickets click here or visit: Love Theatre.comEncore TicketsSee TicketsWest End Theatre BreaksLast Minute.comFrom the Box Office or Theatre Tickets Direct.co.uk.