Danny Mac and Emma Williams in White Christmas at Curve, Leicester: first look photos
The musical is revived in Leicester
Production images have been released for White Christmas, which is currently running at Curve Leicester.
The musical is directed by the venue's artistic director Nikolai Foster, and stars Danny Mac (Sunset Boulevard), Emma Williams (An Officer and a Gentleman), Monique Young (Singin‘ in the Rain) and Dan Burton (Gypsy).
Garry Robson (Reasons to be Cheerful) plays General Henry Waverly, with Wendy Mae Brown (Ghost the Musical) as his housekeeper.
The full cast includes Michael Anderson making his professional debut at Curve as Marty, Delycia Belgrave (Legally Blonde UK tour) as Rita, Chantel Bellew (Scrooge the Musical) as Loretta, Luke Byrne (La Cage aux Folles) as Mark, Sophie Camble (Chess) as Gale, Roger Dipper (Singin' in the Rain) as Ralph Sheldrake, Nicholas Duncan (Fiddler on the Roof) as Jim, Davide Fienauri (Me and My Girl) as Scooter, Nia Jermin (Scrooge the Musical) as Gloria.
Robbie McMillan (Chess) will play Dean, Jo Morris (Shoes) as Connie, Sam Murphy (Grease) as Mike, Alex Tranter (Eugenius!) as Jimmy, Sion Tudor Owen (West Side Story) as Ezekiel Foster, Alexandra Waite-Roberts (Guys and Dolls) as Tessie and Bleu Woodward (Kinky Boots) as Rhoda. Ellie Copping, Lucie Ellard, Macy Grundy and Georgia Stewart share the role of Susan Waverly.
Berlin's musical, with book by David Ives and Paul Blake, is based on the film of the same name. It tells of two veterans who form a showbiz duo in the wake of the Second World War. The show has choreography by Stephen Mear with scenic design by Michael Taylor, costume design by Diego Pitarch, lighting design by Mark Henderson, sound design by Tom Marshall, arrangements by Bruce Pomahac, reorchestrations by Jason Carr with musical supervision by Stephen Brooker and musical direction by Neil Macdonald.