Heathers: The Musical, which continues at London's Other Palace, welcomes a new company beginning February 21.
Miracle Chance (Be More Chill) steps into the role of Veronica Sawyer, joined by Ellis Kirk (Dear Evan Hansen) as Jason 'JD' Dean, Olivia Barnett-Legh as Heather Chandler, Kia Paris Walcott (Millennials) as Heather Duke, and Katharine Pearson (Back to the Future) as Heather McNamara.
The register for the 2023 class of Westerberg is completed by Katie Ramshaw (Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella) as Martha Dunnstock, Will Breckin (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat) as Kurt Kelly, Cristian Zaccarini (Grease) as Ram Sweeney, Rachel Breeze (La Boheme) as Ms. Fleming, Alexander Service (Little Women) as Ram's Dad/Big Bud Dean/Coach, Alexander McMorran (Come From Away) as Kurt's Dad/Veronica's Dad/Principal with Elliot David Parkes (Heathers) as Beleaguered Geek, Megan Hill (But I’m a Cheerleader) as Midwestern Surfer Punk, Georgia Anderson (Hairspray) as New Wave Party Girl, Sophie Hutchinson (The Addams Family) as Drama Club Drama Queen, Georgia Ludica-Davies (The Book of Mormon) as Young Republicanette, Bibi Jay (Betty Blue Eyes) as Stoner Chick, Lewis Asquith (Heathers) as Hipster Dork, and Kaine Ruddach (Mamma Mia!) as Preppy Stud.
Tickets are currently on sale through September 3.
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Produced by Bill Kenwright and Paul Taylor-Mills, the musical features a book, music, and lyrics by Kevin Murphy and Laurence O'Keefe.
Based on the 1989 cult favorite film, Heathers: The Musical follows Westerberg High student Veronica Sawyer, who's on track to become one of the most popular girls in school after befriending the beautiful but cruel Heathers, only to meet a mysterious teen rebel who changes everything.
The musical premiered at Los Angeles' Hudson Backstage Theatre in 2013 before moving Off-Broadway the following year. The New York run would prove to be short-lived, running less than four months, but the musical followed the success of its source material to become a cult favorite thanks to its cast album and productions at regional theatres and schools.
The musical subsequently bowed at London's The Other Palace in 2018 before breaking box-office records and transferring to Theatre Royal Haymarket the same year. Since its debut, the production toured the U.K. and played an encore run at the Haymarket that later transferred back to its original home at The Other Palace, where it was filmed on stage and broadcast on Roku last year.
The musical is directed by Andy Fickman with choreography by Gary Lloyd, design by David Shields, lighting by Ben Cracknell, musical direction by Will Joy, and sound by Dan Samson.
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