The show will play for 14 performances only from the 9th June.
New Adventures and the Royal Albert Hall have announced the full cast for Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man, taking to the stage from the 9th to the 19th of June.
Based on Bizet’s Carmen, Matthew Bourne’s production will be reimagined for the Royal Albert Hall, with the dancers making the most of the auditorium amid stage designs by Olivier and Tony award-winner Lez Brotherston. This will also be the first time that New Adventures will perform a full production at the venue.
The title role of ‘Luca, The Car Man’, will be played by Will Bozier and Richard Winsor, ‘Lana’ will be danced by Ashley Shaw and Zizi Strallen, the character‘Angelo’ will be shared by Paris Fitzpatrick and Dominic North, ‘Rita’, Lana’s older sister, will be performed by Kayla Collymore and Kate Lyons and ‘Dino’ Lana’s violent husband will be played by Alan Vincent. They will be joined by Jonathon Luke Baker (Franco); Benjamin Barlow Bazeley (Fabio); Alistair Beattie (Marcello); Stephanie Billers (Delores); Isaac Peter Bowry (Elio); Cordelia Braithwaite (Mercedes); Ben Brown (Ricardo); Reece Causton (Dirk); Jade Copas (Natalie); Harrison Dowzell (Rocco); Cameron Flynn (Roberto); Rose Goddard (Sophia); Glenn Graham (Bruno); Bryony Harrison (Frankie); Shoko Ito (Elisabetta); Monique Jonas (Bianca); Nicole Kabera (Gina); Kurumi Kamayachi (Silvana); Katrina Lyndon (Monica); Rory Macleod (Marco); Andrew Monaghan (Vito); Stephen Murray (Chad); Harry Ondrak-Wright (Lorenzo); Edwin Ray (Alberto); Danny Reubens (Hot Rod); Sam Salter (Raf); Gabrielle de Souza (Giulietta); Catrin Thomas (Claudia); Christopher Thomas (Ugo) and Bryony Wood (Elsa).
Full Daily Principal Casting for the Royal Albert Hall Season will be posted on Tuesday 10th May.
The 19th Century Spanish cigarette factory becomes a greasy garage-diner in 1960s America where a small-town’s dreams are shattered by the arrival of a handsome stranger. Fuelled by heat and desire, the inhabitants are driven into an unstoppable spiral of greed, lust, betrayal and revenge.
As well as being directed and choreographed by Matthew Bourne, the creative team includes: music by Terry Davies & Rodion Shchedrin’s Carmen Suite (after Bizet’s Carmen); designs by Lez Brotherston; lighting by Chris Davey and sound by Paul Groothius.
The Car Man will play at the Royal Albert Hall from the 9th to the 19th June.