The cast joining Beverley Knight (Grizabella) comprises Madalena Alberto (alternate Grizabella), Jack Butterworth (Rumpus/Alonzo), Danielle Cato (Cassandra), Javier Cid (Macavity/Admetus), Luke Cinque-White (Carbucketty), Emma Lee Clark (Bombalurina), Jon-Scott Clark (Bill Bailey), Gabrielle Cocca (Tantomile), Harry Francis (Mungojerrie), Tarryn Gee (Jemima), Evan James (Skimbleshanks), Matt Krzan (Munkustrap), Georgie Leatherland (Rumpelteazer), Adam Linstead (Old Deuteronomy), Paul F Monaghan (Gus/Growltiger/Bustopher Jones), Jane Quinn (Jennyanydots), Mark John Richardson (Quaxo/ Mistoffelees), Clare Rickard (Jellylorum), Jordan Shaw (Pouncival), Hannah Kenna Thomas (Victoria/ White Cat), James Titchener (Coricopat), Marcquelle Ward (Tugger) and Anna Woodside (Demeter). They are joined by Megan Armstrong, Lindsay Atherton, Lucy Brushett, Oliver Ramsdale, Alex Pinder and Barry Haywood as swings.
Beverley Knight (Grizabella) in Cats, photo Alessandro
If you thought Sam Smith’s breakthrough single “Stay with Me” sounded a lot like Tom Petty’s 1989 hit single “I Won’t Back Down,” Smith agrees.
According to American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (Ascap) public records, both Petty and his writing partner Jeff Lynne are listed as writers, along with Smith and collaborators William Edward Phillips and James John Napier.
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The "Harry Potter" actor donned a collection of designer duds from Bottega Veneta for the Kai Z Feng-shot front page while opening up about everything from the end of his breakout British wizardry series to expanding his career.
Before becoming "The Boy Who Lived," Daniel recalls that he wasn't normal to begin with. "My dad was a literary agent from a very working-class background in Northern Ireland, and my mom was a Jewish and from Essex, so I think I always felt different from everyone else in my class."
When Daniel's career took a turn for the Broadway stage, he admitted that he had a few haters, explaining, "While we were in rehearsal [for Equus], there was a headline along the lines of 'Crash! What's that?
Radcliffe strips completely nude in Equus, and theatre bosses feared he would be distracted by, and at risk from, fans in stage-level seats.
So Broadhurst Theater designer John Napier has raised those seats by more than two metres, creating a barrier between the audience and Radcliffe.
Napier explains, "If you put Harry Potter on the stage with people directly in front of him, you're likely to get a lot of screaming young girls, particularly when he takes his kit off. It was a very sensible decision for us to raise the audience up. There's more of a barrier."
Equus officially opens at the Broadhurst on 25 September. Previews began on Friday.
Radcliffe received rave reviews in London when he starred in the play on the West End last year.
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