Shows That Shaped Me: Rosalie Craig

In this week’s episode, we chat to award-winning actress Rosalie Craig

Rosalie Craig
Rosalie Craig
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Shows That Shaped Me is a new theatre podcast from WhatsOnStage in which we ask leading theatre actors and makers about their most memorable productions, the production they wished they'd seen and the person, dead or alive, that they'd most like to work with.

In this week's episode we chat with award-winning actress Rosalie Craig whose credits include the National Theatre productions of London Road, As You Like It, and Tori Amos' The Light Princess at the National Theatre – for which she won the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical Performance in 2013.

She is currently starring in Jez Butterworth's critically acclaimed smash hit The Ferryman at the Gielgud until the 19 May, and will return to the same theatre in September to star in Marianne Elliot's highly anticipated production of Stephen Sondheim's Company, alongside Broadway legend Patti LuPone. The new version of the show will see Craig's character Bobbi played as a woman for the first time.

In July, Craig will return to The Light Princes in a one-off concert production at Cadogan Hall alongside Hadley Fraser.

The Ferryman runs at the Gielgud Theatre until 19 May, Company opens at the same theatre on 28 September.

Previous guests on Shows That Shaped Me include Lesley Nicol, James Graham, David Babani and Lindsay Posner. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.