The production will begin performances at Wilton’s Music Hall from the 26th October.
The full cast and creative team have been announced ahead of the world premiere of David Farr’s new play A Dead Body in Taos, which will play at Wilton’s Music Hall until the 12th November before heading to the Warwick Arts Centre on the 15 November.
Directed by Rachel Bagshaw (The Shape of the Pain, Midnight Movie), the production is set to star: David Burnett, Gemma Lawrence, Nathan Ives-Moiba, Clara Onyemere, Eve Ponsonby and Dominic Thorburn.
Sam hasn’t spoken to her mother Kath for three years when she learns that she’s been found dead in the New Mexico desert. Travelling to the small town of Taos to identify the body, she discovers Kath has become embroiled in a shadowy enterprise, offering Sam an unimaginable chance to rebuild their broken relationship. But to do so, she must decide whether she can finish what her mother started.
Meanwhile, the creative team behind the production includes designs by Ti Green, lighting design by Katy Morison, composition and sound design by Ben and Max Ringham, video design by Sarah Readman, movement direction by Ingrid Mackinnon, accent coaching by Gurkiran Kaur and costume supervision by Victoria Nissley.
To find out more about the production and to book tickets visit: https://wiltons.org.uk/whatson/763-a-dead-body-in-taos