There is a brand-new stage musical coming with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. The Prince Of Egypt, based on the DreamWorks Animation film, announces their initial casting for its West End premiere. Luke Brady and Liam Tamne will lead as 'Moses' and 'Ramses' with Christine Allado and Alexia Khadime as 'Tzipporah' and 'Miriam.' More casting to be announced.
Performances for the production will begin with limited engagement on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 ending it's official West End premiere on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. Tickets are now available here.
Learn more about the cast:
Luke Brady(Moses): trained at RADA and is best known for playing ‘Anthony Hope’ in Jonathan Kent’s acclaimed production of Sondheim’sSweeney Todd(West End and Chichester Festival Theatre). His other credits include:The Merchant of Venice,Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew(Shakespeare’s Globe and Tour); andSt George and the Dragon (National Theatre).
Liam Tamne(Ramses): most recently starred as‘Guiseppe Naccarelli’inThe Light in the Piazzaat the South Bank Centre. He has also appeared in:Working(Southwark Playhouse);Spamilton (Menier Chocolate Factory);The Rocky Horror Show(UK Tour);The Phantom of the Opera,Les MisérablesandWickedin the West End. He appeared onThe Voice(Series 2) andEurovision: You Decide.
Christine Allado(Tzipporah): starred in the dual role of ‘Peggy Schuyler’ and ‘Maria Reynolds’ in the original London cast ofLin-Manuel Miranda’sHamilton. Her additional theatre work includes:In The Heights(Kings Cross Theatre);Here Lies Love(National Theatre); andSweet Charity(Manchester Royal Exchange). Christine has also toured internationally with Andrea Bocelli as a guest artist and sang the role of ‘Maria’ in the BBC’s acclaimed documentaryWest Side Stories: The Making of a Classic.
Alexia Khadime(Miriam): has played leading roles in multiple West End musicals including: ‘Elphaba’ in Stephen Schwartz’sWicked; ‘Nala’ in Disney’sThe Lion King; ‘Eponine’ inLes Misérablesand ‘Nabulungi’ in the original London cast ofThe Book of Mormon. Her additional theatre work includes:Welcome To Thebes(National Theatre);Ordinary Days(Trafalgar Studios); and ‘Rita Marley’ inOne Love: The Bob Marley Musical(Birmingham Rep).