About the Show/Event
Find the best Curtains musical tickets at Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent. Curtains is a spoof murder mystery set in Boston, Massachusetts, during the late 1950s. The helter-skelter plot follows the story of an ill-fated theatre company whose inordinately untalented leading lady is murdered during the curtain call at the opening night of the production of a new musical Robbinâ Hood of the Old West. A police detective, who happens to be a musical theatre fanatic, arrives to take charge - can Lieutenant Cioffi solve the case, save the show, win the girl and also escape with his life. Curtains was the last musical written by Kander and Ebb. Their skilful and tuneful score includes the beautiful and moving "I Miss the Music", sung by a lonely composer when his writing partner has left him, which is made even more poignant by the fact that Fred Ebb died during the final stages of production, leaving John Kander to complete the project alone.
Performers Jason Manford (Cioffi), Ore Oduba (Aaron Fox), Carley Stenson (Georgia Hendriks), Rebecca Lock (Carmen), Samuel Holmes (Christopher Belling), Leah West (Niki Harris), Alan Burkett (Bobby), Emma Caffrey (Bambi), Adam Rhys-Charles (Daryl Grady), Martin Callaghan (Oscar Shapiro), Minal Patel (Johnny Harmon), Mark Sangster (Sidney), Kathryn Barnes (ensemble), Pamela Blair (ensemble), Charlie Johnson (ensemble), Kate Ivory Jordan (ensemble), Robin Kent (ensemble), Thomas Lee-Kid (ensemble), Ben Mundy (ensemble), JR Ballantyne (ensemble), Gleanne Purcell-Brown (ensemble), Samuel John-Humphreys (ensemble).
Book by Rupert Holmes. Music John Kander. Lyrics Fred Ebb. Lyrics John Kander (additional lyrics). Lyrics Rupert Holmes (additional lyrics). Producer Dan Looney. Producer Adam Paulden. Producer Jason Haigh-Ellery (for DLAP Entertainment). Director Paul Foster. Choreographer Alistair David. Music Sarah Travis (musical supervision and arrangements). Design David Woodhead. Costume Gabriella Slade. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound Tom Marshall. Director Jim Arnold (casting director).