Full casting for Carousel at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Last Updated on 20 June 2021 by Showcall Editorial Team

More cast have been announced for Timothy Sheader’s revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in London

Carousel Regent's Park

Full casting has been announced for the new revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in London.

Brendan Charleson has been cast as Mr Bascombe, Jo Eaton-Kent as Mrs Mullin, Sam Mackay as Jigger Craigin, Ediz Mahmut as Young Enoch and Christina Modestou as Carrie Pipperidge.

They join the previously announced cast of Carly Bawden as Julie Jordan, Declan Bennett as Billy Bigelow, John Pfumojena as Enoch Snow, Joanna Riding as Nettie Fowler and Natasha May Thomas as Louise Bigelow.

The ensemble will include Chanelle Anthony, Craig Armstrong, William Atkinson, Shay Barclay, Sarah Benbelaid, Madeline Charlemagne, Freya Field, Sebastian Goffin, Amie Hibbert, Tim Hodges, Lukas Hunt, Tessa Kadler, Lindsay McAllister, Matthew McKenna, Jack Mitchell, Charlotte Riby, Lisa Ritchie and Daisy West.

Carousel runs at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre from 31 July to 25 September 2021, with opening night on 9 August. It is directed by the theatre’s artistic director, Timothy Sheader, with choreography by Drew McOnie.

The creative team also includes associate director Joanna Bowman, casting director Lucy Casson, musical supervisor and orchestrator Tom Deering, associate musical director Mark Dickman, co-costume designer Molly Einchcomb, sound associate Annie May Fletcher, season associate director and voice and text director Barbara Houseman, sound designer Nick Lidster, lighting associate Simisola Majekodunmi, lighting designer Aideen Malone, assistant musical director Matthew Malone, associate choreographer Ebony Molina, children’s casting director Verity Naughton, casting director James Orange, set designer and co-costume designer Tom Scutt, casting director Jacob Sparrow and fight director Kate Waters.


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