Heathers the Musical has finally announced its cast for the highly anticipated 2023 UK tour!
The cast for Heathers the Musical 2023 UK Tour:
Jenna Innes (Les Miserables) takes on the role of Veronica Sawyer and returning to the role of Jason ‘J.D’ Dean is Jacob Fowler (Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella).
The three Heathers are played by Verity Thompson (Cinderella) as Heather Chandler, Elise Zavou (Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World) as Heather Duke and Billie Bowman (Heathers, The Other Palace) as Heather McNamara,
They are joined by Kingsley Morton (The Addams Family) as Martha Dunnstock, Alex Woodward (Mamma Mia!) as Kurt Kelly, Morgan Jackson (Mamma Mia!) as Ram Sweeney, Katie Paine (We Will Rock you) as Ms. Fleming, Jay Bryce (Motown: The Musical) as Kurt’s Dad/Big-Bud Dean/Principal, Conor McFarlane (Once) as Ram’s Dad/Veronica’s Dad/Coach Ripper.
Also including, Tom Dickerson (The Book of Mormon) as Beleaguered Geek, Lizzie Emery (Rent) as Midwestern Surfer Punk, Eliza Bowden (professional debut) as New Wave Party Girl, Eleanor Walsh (The Rocky Horror Show) as Drama Club Drama Queen, Summer Priest (Get Up Stand Up) as Young Republicanette, Maeve Byrne (Grease) as Stoner Chick, Liam Dean (GYPSY) as Hipster Dork and Markus Sodergren (Roles We’ll Never Play) as Preppy Stud.
Tour dates and venues:
Heathers the Musical is set to open at Theatre Royal Windsor on 14 February, before visiting New Theatre Peterborough (28 February to 4 March), New Victoria Woking (7 to 11 March), Theatre Royal Brighton (14 to 18 March), Theatre Royal Bath (21 to 25 March), Theatre Clwyd (28 March to 1 April), Theatre Royal Plymouth (4 to 8 April), Regent Theatre in Stoke-on-Trent (11 to 15 April), Congress Theatre Eastbourne (18 to 22 April), Bord Gáis Energy Theatre Dublin (25 April to 6 May), York Opera House (9 to 13 May), Alexandra Birmingham (16 to 20 May).
More dates include: Orchard Theatre Dartford (23 to 27 May), Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury (30 May to 3 June), Everyman Theatre Cheltenham (6 to 10 June), Norwich Theatre (13 to 17 June), Sunderland Empire Theatre (20 to 24 June), Kings Theatre in Glasgow (27 June to 1 July), Liverpool Empire (4 to 8 July), Bradford Alhambra (19 to 22 July), the Hawth (1 to 5 August), Manchester Palace Theatre (8 to 12 August), Curve Leicester (15 to 19 August), Wales Millennium Centre (22 to 26 August), Blackpool Opera House (12 to 16 September), Hull New Theatre (26 to 30 September) and Darlington Hippodrome (3 to 7 October).