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Performance

VenueCharing Cross Theatre
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From3rd July 2017
Opened10th July 2017
To19th August 2017
WhenMon-Sat 19:30. Wed Mat 14:30. Sat Mat 15:00
What is currently on at Charing Cross Theatre (V241)

Yank the Musical

Yank the MusicalT0189320110
The musical begins with a young man in present-day San Francisco who finds an old diary in a junk shop... Through the journal we learn the story of Stu, a scared Midwestern kid who gets drafted in 1943, and who - like most guys - spends Basic Training wrestling with fears of whether he 'has what it takes' to make it in the Army. But unlike most guys, Stu also falls in love with a fellow Private, a handsome All-American guy named Mitch.. YANK...tells Stu's, Mitch's, and Artie's stories, as well as the stories of the other men in Charlie Company. It explores what it means to be a man, and what it is to fall in love and struggle to survive in a time and place where the odds are stacked against you.
Book by David Zellnik
Lyrics David Zellnik
Music Joseph Zellnik


Archive :: production:T0189320110, musical:S561822571, venue:V241

Production details

Production Changes

Previous details associated with this item and date of change.
26 Apr 17
E:Kat Lipson (for Aria Entertainment), E:Hope Mill Theatre, E:Ben Millerman, E:Jim Kierstead, E:Guy James, I:James Baker, V:James Cleeve, H:Chris Cuming, S:Victoria Hinton, L:Aaron J. Dootson, U:Chris Bogg, I:Benjamin Newsome (casting director), P:Scott Hunter (Stu), P:Barnaby Hughes (Mitch), P:Chris Kiely (Artie), P:Spencer Cartwright (Sarge/Scarlett), P:Benjamin Cupit (Professor), P:Tom Pepper (Cohen/Speedy), P:Lee Dillon Stuart (Tennessee)
26 Apr 17
E:Kat Lipson (for Aria Entertainment), E:Hope Mill Theatre, E:Ben Millerman, E:Jim Kierstead, E:Guy James, I:James Baker, V:James Cleeve, H:Chris Cuming, S:Victoria Hinton, L:Aaron J. Dootson, U:Chris Bogg, I:Benjamin Newsome (casting director), P:Scott Hunter (Stu), P:Barnaby Hughes (Mitch), P:Chris Kiely (Artie), P:Spencer Cartwright (Sarge/Scarlett), P:Benjamin Cupit (Professor), P:Tom Pepper (Cohen/Speedy), P:Lee Dillon Stuart (Tennessee)

Company

Producer Kat Lipson (for Aria Entertainment)
Producer Hope Mill Theatre
Producer Ben Millerman
Producer Jim Kierstead
Producer Guy James
Director James Baker
Musical Director James Cleeve
Choreographer Chris Cuming
Design Victoria Hinton
Lighting Aaron J. Dootson
Sound Chris Bogg
Performer Scott Hunter (Stu)
Performer Andy Coxon (Mitch)
Performer Waylon Jacobs (Sarge/Scarlet)
Performer Bradley Judge (Rotelli)
Performer Benjamin Cupit (Professor)
Performer Lee Dillon-Stuart (Tennessee)
Performer Chris Kiely (Artie)
Performer Kris Marc-Joseph (Czechowski)
Performer Mark Paterson (Lieutenant/NCO)
Performer Tom Pepper (Cohen/Speedy)
Performer Sarah-Louise Young (Louise)

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