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This uproarious musical comedy by Peter Sham and Brad Carroll is a riotous, unpredictable explosion of mistaken identities and unexpected romance - based on the award winning West End and Broadway hit comedy by Ken Ludwig. Itâs 1934, and the worldâs greatest tenor Tito Merelli has come to Cleveland, Ohio, to save its Grand Opera Company by singing Otello. When he is unexpectedly incapacitated, Max, the opera director's meek assistant, is given the daunting task of finding a last minute replacement. Chaos ensues - including a scheming soprano, a tenor-struck ingÃ©nue, a jealous wife, shrimp gone bad and the Cleveland Police department. Lend me a Tenor website
.Performers Matthew Kelly (Henry Saunders), Damian Humbley (Max), Michael Matus (Tito Merelli), Sophie-Louise Dann (Diana Divane), Cassidy Janson (Maggie Saunders), Gay Soper (Lady of the Opera Guild), Jane Quinn (Lady of the Opera Guild), Michelle Bishop (Lady of the Opera Guild), Jemma Alexander, Karen Aspinall, Natasha J. Barnes, Nick Butcher, Kelly Chinery, Sharon Eckman, Daniel Farrow, Andrew Keelan, Kara Lane, Connor McAllister, Haydn Oakley, Stephen Oliver-Sebb, Ryan Pidgen, Jeremy Secomb, Emma Sewell, John Stacey, Robert Traynor, Michelle White.
Book by Peter Sham. Lyrics Peter Sham. Music Brad Carroll (based on a play by Ken Ludwig). Producer Martin Platt. Producer David Elliott (in association with Eileen and Allen Anes - Theatre Royal Plymouth Production). Director Ian Talbot. Design Paul Farnsworth. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Choreographer Randy Skinner. Sound Terry Jardine. Sound Nick Lidster.
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