Photos: Take a Look at Death Note the Musical at London's Lyric Theatre | Playbill

Production Photos Photos: Take a Look at Death Note the Musical at London's Lyric Theatre

Nick Winston directs and choreographs the Frank Wildhorn, Jack Murphy, and Ivan Menchell musical.

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Following its London Palladium engagement August 21-22, the English-language premiere of Frank Wildhorn's Death Note The Musical in Concert transferred to London's Lyric Theatre September 7 for a limited engagement through September 10.

The cast is led by Aimie Atkinson, Rachel Clare Chan, Jessica Lee, George Maguire, Carl Man, Christian Ray Marbella, Dean John-Wilson, and Joaquin Pedro Valdes with an ensemble featuring Boaz Chad, Charlotte Coggin, Jade Copas, Eu Jin Hwang, Yojiro Ichikawa, Deena Kapadia, and Patrick Munday. (Due to scheduling conflicts, Adam Pascal, who was part of the Palladium engagement, was unable to transfer with the production to the Lyric.)

Take a look at the production in new photos below:

Photos: Death Note the Musical in the West End

Watch: See Japanese Manga Hit the Stage in Frank Wildhorn's Death Note: The Musical in London

Based on the best-selling Japanese manga series of the same name by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata/Sheuisha, the new musical has a score by Wildhorn with lyrics by Jack Murphy and a book by Ivan Menchell.

Death Note The Musical concerns Light Yagami, a high school student in Tokyo who comes across a discarded notebook owned by Ryuk, a mythological god of death. Discovering he can kill anyone by just writing their names in the supernatural notebook, Light takes justice into his own hands by filling the notebook with names of the nation’s most wanted criminals.

Nick Winston directs and choreographs with associate direction and choreography by Alexzandra Sarmiento, costume design by Kimie Nakano, musical supervision by Katy Richardson, musical direction by Chris Ma, orchestrations by Jason Howland, design by Justin Williams, lighting design by Ben Cracknell, sound design by Ben Harrison, and casting by Harry Blumenau.

Producers are Carter Dixon McGill Productions, Indie Theatrical, HoriPro Inc., and Pinnacle Productions in association with Greg A. DeLuca, Sharon Azrieli, and Wild Yak Productions.

The new musical premiered in 2015 in Tokyo, Japan. A 2022 Korean production won four awards at the Korea Musical Awards after being nominated in 10 categories.


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