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College sweetheart and homecoming queen Elle Woods doesn't take no for an answer. So when her boyfriend dumps her for someone serious, Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books, and heads for Harvard Law! Along the way, Elle proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style.Performers Faye Brookes (Elle), Iwan Lewis (Emmett), Iwan Lewis (Emmett Forest), Les Dennis (Professor Callaghan - some dates), Matthew Kelly (Professor Callagham - some dates), Dave Willetts (Professor Callaghan - some dates), Ray Quinn (Warner - some dates), Neil Toon (Warner - some dates), Charlotte Harwood (Vivienne Kensington), Hannah Grover (Brooke Wyndham), Sinead Long (Serena), Sophie Issacs (Margot), Micha Richardson (Pilar), Gemma Baird (Enid), Andrew Gordon Watkins (Swing), Chris Milford (Pfortzeimer), Amy Ross (Swing), Barnaby Thompson (Swing), Jon Reynolds (Kiki), Katie Marle Hicks (Gabby/Stenographer), Lori Barker (Judge/Sales Manager), Michael Steedon (Lowell), Graham Lappin (Dad/Winthrope/RD), Hannah Wooley (Swing), Rhona McGregor (Saleswoman/Mom), Michael Vinsen (Aaron), Lewis Griffiths (Chad/Dewey/Kyle), Niamh Bracken (CeCe/Da), Andy Rees (Carlos/Padamadan), Nia Jermin (Kate/Chutney), Zak Nemorin (Nikos).
Book by Heather Hach. Music Nell Benjamin. Music Laurence O'Keefe. Lyrics Nell Benjamin. Lyrics Laurence O'Keefe. Director Jerry Mitchell.
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