The production will resume performances at the Wyndham’s Theatre from the 7th August.
Casting has been announced for the return of Tom Stoppard’s play, which will resume performances for a twelve week run at the Wyndham’s Theatre next month.
Those starring in Patrick Marber’s production include: Cara Ballingall (Jana), Arty Froushan (Leo)Aidan McArdle (Hermann)and Macy Nyman (Hermine) join original cast members Sebastian Armesto (Jacob/Nathan/Ludwig), Jenna Augen (Rosa), Rhys Bailey (Young Nathan),Faye Castelow (Gretl),Joe Coen (Policeman/Zac), Felicity Davidson (Hilde),Mark Edel-Hunt (Civilian/Fritz), Clara Francis (Wilma), Ilan Galkoff (Pauli),Caroline Gruber (Emilia), Sam Hoare (Percy), Natalie Law (Hanna), Avye Leventis (Sally), Noof Ousellam (Otto), Dorothea Myer-Bennett (Eva), Jake Neads (Mohel/Policeman), Aaron Neil (Ernst), Alexander Newland (Kurt), Sadie Shimmin (Poldi), Griffin Stevens (Aaron) and Eleanor Wyld (Nellie).
Meanwhile, the children’s company will be comprised of Noa Alberts, Rocco Brenner, Atticus Collier, Willa Collier, Aidan Greenberg, Mae Sarner Henson, Aidan Herrmann, Lexi Hudaly, Audrey Kattan, Ollie Kohn, Max Lester, Mace Phoenix, Leo Roberts, Osian Salter, Raphael Shbero and Shoshana Shbero.
At the beginning of the 20th Century, Leopoldstadt was the old, crowded Jewish quarter of Vienna. But Hermann Merz, a manufacturer and baptised Jew married to Catholic Gretl, has moved up in the world. Gathered in the Merz apartment in a fashionable part of the city, Hermann’s extended family are at the heart of Tom Stoppard’s epic yet intimate drama. By the time we have taken leave of them, Austria has passed through the convulsions of war, revolution, impoverishment, annexation by Nazi Germany and – for Austrian Jews – the Holocaust in which 65,000 of them were murdered. It is for the survivors to pass on a story which hasn’t ended yet.
The creative team behind the production includes: Set designs are by Richard Hudson, with costume designs by Brigitte Reiffenstuel, lighting by Neil Austin, sound and original music by Adam Cork, and movement by EJ Boyle. Casting is by Amy Ball CDG,with children’s casting by Verity Naughton.
Leopoldstadt had its world premiere in January 2020 and was scheduled to play a 20 week run until the 13th June 2020. Due to the pandemic, the last performance before lockdown was the 14th March 2020.
Leopoldstadt will play at the Wyndham’s Theatre from the 7th August until the 30th October. To book tickets click here or visit: Love Theatre.com, Theatre Tickets Direct.co.uk, London Theatre Direct, Last Minute.com or From the Box Office.