The story that changed the world.
Experience the epic emotion, soaring music and breathtaking dance of the “massive new stage show” (Time Out) from multi Grammy® and Academy Award®-winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell).
Journey through the wonders of Ancient Egypt as two young men, raised together as brothers in a kingdom of privilege, find themselves suddenly divided by a secret past. One must rule as Pharaoh, the other must rise up and free his true people; both face a destiny that will change history forever.
With a huge cast and orchestra of 60 artists, this “truly phenomenal production” (BBC London) is based on the classic DreamWorks Animation film and features the international best-selling, Academy Award®-winning song When You Believe.
Please note that flashing lights (photosensitivity), haze, smoke, pyrotechnics, live flame and the portrayal of violence are featured on stage; loud sound effects can be heard throughout the auditorium and performers move through the auditorium Stalls.
The Prince of Egypt is based on the award-winning 1998 DreamWorks Animation film which captivated audiences across the world and celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018. Acclaimed as “one of the greatest animated films of all time” (Evening Standard) and “a brilliant film” (The Guardian), it remains one of the most beloved animated feature films of all time.
DreamWorks Animation is recognised across the globe as a leader in quality family entertainment thanks to films including ‘Skrek’; ‘How To Train Your Dragon’; ‘Trolls’; ‘Kung-Fu Panda’; ‘Madagascar’ and ‘The Boss Baby’ and the television series ‘Trollhunters’; ‘Sprit Riding Free’ and ‘All Hail King Julien’.
Featuring a huge company of almost 60 artists, The Prince of Egypt is one of the biggest musicals ever staged. Live fire effects, illusions, pyrotechnics and performer flying, together with state-of-the-art projections, video and sound designs, are all utilised to deliver the theatrical spectacle.
Delivering each performance of The Prince of Egypt involves more than 100 people backstage, including Stage Managers, automation operators, crew, dressers, costume and wig supervisors.
More than 50 makers, milliners and sewers were involved in producing over 1000 individual costumes, headdresses, items of jewellery, pairs of shoes and wigs.
As well as multiple contemporary instruments, The Prince of Egypt orchestra features nine ancient Middle Eastern instruments with origins dating back thousands of years, including a Bouzouki, Doumbek and Oud.
The Prince of Egypt features music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (‘Wicked’, ‘Godspell’, ‘Pippin’) and a book by Philip LaZebnik (‘Mulan’, ‘Pocahontas’). They collaborated on the film of The Prince of Egypt.
The Prince of Egypt features 5 of Stephen Schwartz’s acclaimed songs from the DreamWorks Animation film (‘Deliver Us’, ‘All I Ever Wanted’, ‘Through Heaven’s Eyes’, ‘The Plagues’ and ‘When You Believe’) together with 10 brand new songs.
The Academy Award®-winning ‘When You Believe’ was recorded by Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey in 1998, becoming a global hit. In 2007, the song was also chosen by Simon Cowell as the winner’s single for The X-Factor, spending three weeks at the top of the UK and Ireland charts.
The acclaimed original cast recording of The Prince of Egypt, released by Ghostlight Records and available on CD, digital and streaming formats, received a 2021 Grammy® Award nomination for ‘Best Musical Theatre Album’.
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“A huge popular hit.”
“What a spectacle!
A musical full of miracles, the show won high praise when it opened.”
Nicole Lampert, Daily Mail
“The DreamWorks classic is brought
to life in truly epic fashion.
The show boasts a cast and orchestra of nearly 60, and from the opening strains of ‘Deliver Us’
you are hit with a wall of sound and vision rarely felt in stage productions.
The choreography from Sean Cheesman is nothing short of superb.
In a time of scaled-back productions and intimate, internalised battles, 'The Prince Of Egypt'
took a risk and went big, in both size and story - and it's a risk that paid off.”
Stacey Williams, Mirror Online
“This ‘Prince’ is the new king of musicals.
An event to dazzle, musical theatre doesn’t come bigger than this.”
Stefan Kyriazis, Sunday Express
“With top tunes, including ‘When You Believe’ and ‘Deliver Us’,
theatrical pyrotechnics and a heart-racing chariot race,
this grand spectacle is a crowd-pleaser.”
Deirdre O’Brien, Sunday Mirror
“Moses whips up a storm!
Bursting with glitzy razzmatazz, I was pinned to my seat.”
Patrick Marmion, Daily Mail
“Incredible songs, wonderful staging and
the ultimate tale of hope, courage and love.
'The Prince Of Egypt' is absolutely epic.”
Emma B, Magic
“You're unlikely to find a more
pitch-perfect cast in the West End.
The near-score-large orchestra sounds awe-inspiring.”
Alex Wood, WhatsOnStage
“Packed with action, thrills, chills
and beautifully stirring songs.
Enthralling and dynamic, prepare to be dazzled.”
Danny Pietroni, Smooth
“A tale of brotherhood and the conflict of love and rivalry, ‘The Prince of Egypt’ features
meticulous stagecraft and choreography, excellent performances and striking visuals.”
Jim Dixon, Official Theatre
“A truly phenomenal production.
Packed with fabulous imagery.”
Jim Davies, BBC London
“A stunningly told story, amazing dance and instantly memorable songs.
‘The Prince Of Egypt’ is an epic night out.”
Jamie Crick, Scala Radio
“An epic of biblical proportions.
This spectacular show has delivered something special to the West End.”
“If you want
explosive dancing, great costumes, stunning special effects and faultless voices,
then ‘The Prince of Egypt’ is where you want to be.”
Jeremy Chapman, Musical Theatre Review
“‘The Prince of Egypt’ has a massively current message: it's a story of a struggle against out-of-touch rulers, amid floods, disease and natural disasters. In its best moments, it has the rousing power of ‘Les Misérables’
The music is miraculous.”
Alice Saville, Time Out
“Go and see this incredible show!
Audiences are absolutely loving 'The Prince Of Egypt' and
giving it massive standing ovations every night.”
Steve Allen, LBC
“With huge musical numbers, amazing special effects and fantastic choreography,
epic is the word for this all-singing,
all-dancing stage version of the 1998 movie.”
“The production values alone are worth the price of a ticket.
An amazing production and one not to miss.”
Tim Baros, The Gay UK
“Audiences are absolutely loving this big,
Broadway-style musical and are on their feet cheering at the end.
The performances are astounding.”
Stu Black, London Live News
“An absolutely spectacular production with the most wonderfully cinematic orchestrations.
The production values are amazing.”
Elaine Paige, BBC Radio 2
It’s the extraordinary vision of director Scott Schwartz and his team, combined with the sheer high energy and talent of the cast, that lifts this epic out of the ordinary.”
Judi Herman, Jewish Renaissance
“An epic spectacular.
You walk away having witnessed something hugely enjoyable.”
Paul Heath, The Hollywood News
“A dazzling West End spectacle.
One of the most visually engaging and imaginative shows I’ve seen. It’s hard not to get swept up in the magic.”
Daniel Megarry, Gay Times
Meet the Company
Theatre includes: Feste in Twelfth Night, Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice and Lucentio in The Taming of the Shrew (all at Shakespeare’s Globe); Miller’s Son in St George and the Dragon (National Theatre); Anthony in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Adelphi Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre); Jesus in Vernon God Little (Young Vic); Matt in The Fantasticks (Duchess Theatre) and Joey in Tarantula in Petrol Blue (Aldeburgh Music).
Television includes: Adam in Fresh Meat (Channel 4) and Rocco in Miracle Workers: Dark Ages (TBS).
Film includes: Murder on the Orient Express, directed by Kenneth Branagh (20th Century Fox).
Recordings include: 2012 London cast recording of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Other work includes: founding partner of the music group Pieces to the Puzzle.
Luke would like to send his love to his family and friends and give a special mention to Cosmo Jackson and Hurtwood House, whose support helped him live a dream.
Training: Laine Theatre Arts.
Theatre includes: Giuseppe Naccarelli in The Light in the Piazza (Royal Festival Hall/the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles); Lin Manuel Miranda in Spamilton (Menier Chocolate Factory); Freddy Rodriquez in Working The Musical (Southwark Playhouse); Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (UK tour); Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Enjolras in Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre); Jordan Jones in Departure Lounge The Musical (Waterloo East Theatre); Hair (Gielgud Theatre); Link Larkin in Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre) and Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre).
Recordings include: Working The Musical; Departure Lounge; The Music Box; Self-Taught; Still Learning (the Music of Chris Passey) and The In-Between. Liam is currently working
on his own album.
Other work includes: Holly Martins in The Third Man workshop; Electra in Starlight Express workshop; Ralph Rackstraw in HMS Pinafore workshop and Love Never Dies workshop.
Liam would like to take this opportunity to thank his parents, family and friends, his fantastic teachers, his husband and their bulldogs, Daphne and Godfrey. Liam would also like to extend a special thank you to Stephen Schwartz for believing in him.
Training: The Royal Academy of Music, ARAM honour recipient.
Theatre includes: Peggy Schuyler and Maria Reynolds in Hamilton (original West End cast – Victoria Palace Theatre); Vanessa in In The Heights (King’s Cross Theatre); Dovee in Here Lies Love (National Theatre); Cinderella in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella (Cadogan Hall); Constance in The Clockmaker's Daughter (UK premiere – Cadogan Hall); Ursula in Sweet Charity (Royal Exchange Theatre); Turandot in Turandot Reimagined (Tête à Tête Opera, Regent Theatre); Minerva in From Here To Eternity (Shaftesbury Theatre); Girlie in Beyond The Fence (Arts Theatre) and Aggie Hurley in A Catered Affair (Jack Lyons Theatre).
Television includes: Cow Who Jumps Over the Moon in Rhyme Time Town (DreamWorks Animation on Netflix); Jasmine in Royal Hearts (Hallmark) and Maria in West Side Stories: The Making of a Classic (BBC/Reef Television).
Recordings include: solo album Believe by Christine Allado; Constance in The lockmaker’s Daughter (Auburn Jam Records/David Ball Productions).
Other work includes: soloist in The Royal Variety Performance (ITV/London Palladium); pop artist for Andrea Bocelli’s Cinema and Si arena tours in Europe and Asia; concerts at the Royal Opera House, Royal Albert Hall and Cadogan Hall.
Theatre includes: Laura in The Distance You Have Come (Cockpit Theatre); Rita Marley in One Love - The Bob Marley Musical (Birmingham Rep); Princess Tahlia in Sleeping Beauty (Hackney Empire); Nabalungi in the original West End cast of The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales); Alice in Dick Whittington (Hackney Empire); Éponine in Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre); Deb in Ordinary Days (Trafalgar Studios); Harmonia in Welcome to Thebes (National Theatre); Elphaba in Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre); Nala in The Lion King (Lyceum Theatre); Candy in Whistle Down the Wind (UK tour); Ronnie Spector in Leader of the Pack (UK tour) and Cinderella (Hackney Empire).
Television and film includes: Trying; Rocketman; Wanderlust; London Road; Splatalot; Les Misérables; Comin’ Atcha!; The Queen’s Nose; The Bill; Grange Hill; MacGyver; Class Action; The Sculptress; Dream Team and Separate Truths.
Voice-over includes: Sardonyx in Steven Universe (Cartoon Network).
Recordings include: Amazing Grace and Pride film soundtracks.
I’m humbled and grateful to be a part of this wonderful production. A big, huge thank you to my mum who has always been my rock and believed in me. A special thank you to Darren Rugg and everyone at AHA Talent for your constant support and faith in me.
Associate Artist at Royal Shakespeare Company.
Theatre includes: Imperium I and II, The Tempest, The Orphan of Zhao, Boris Godunov, Troilus and Cressida (Wooster Group coproduction), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Titus Andronicus, The Malcontent, The Island Princess, The Roman Actor and The Comedy of Errors (all RSC); The Real Inspector Hound/The Critic (Chichester Festival Theatre); Uncle Vanya (St James); Our Ajax (Southwark Playhouse); Roller Diner (Soho Theatre); Cruel and Tender (Young Vic/Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord); As You Like It (Cheek by Jowl/world tour); The Duchess of Malfi (Greenwich/Wyndham’s); Romeo and Juliet (ESC); The Winter’s Tale (National Theatre); The Bacchae (Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre); Women Beware Women (Royal Court) and Our Country’s Good (Gate, Dublin).
Television includes: A.D. Kingdom and Empire (NBC); Atlantis (BBC); Lewis (ITV); Vera (ITV); Sirens (Channel 4); 32 Brinkburn Street (BBC); Criminal Justice (BBC); Silent Witness (BBC); Doctor Who (BBC); When I’m Sixty-Four (BBC); The Stretford Wives (BBC); An Unsuitable Job for a Woman (ITV); Tiger Bay (BBC) and Holding On (BBC).
Film includes: The Cold Light of Day; 14 Days With Victor; The Mummy Returns; Rise of the Footsoldier and The Changeling.
Theatre includes: The Prince of Egypt (Dominion); Blues in the Night (Kiln); Sweet Charity (Donmar Warehouse); Girl From The North Country (Old Vic/Noël Coward); The Threepenny Opera (NT); Anything Goes (Sheffield Crucible/UK tour); The Bodyguard – Olivier Award Nomination for Best Performance in a Supporting role in a Musical (Adelphi); Chicago (Cambridge/Adelphi); Sister Act (London Palladium); Oliver! (Cyprus); I Love You Because (Landor); East (Leicester Curve); West Side Story (Prince of Wales); Tonight’s The Night (Victoria Palace); Rent (Prince of Wales/UK tour); Fame (UK tour); Guys and Dolls (Sheffield Crucible); Pal Joey (Chichester); Poison (Tricycle) and Boogie Nights (Savoy).
Television includes: A Killer Party; Cinderella: A Socially Distanced Ball; The Two Wolves and West Side Stories: The Making of a Classic.
Film includes: Hollow.
Recordings include: The Prince of Egypt; Dear Evan Hansen (virtual community voice); Girl from the North Country; Sister Act; Chess in concert; You Are Home: The Songs of Anderson & Petty and Tonight’s the Night.
Other work includes: The Best of… Rock Musicals(Eventim Apollo); King (Hackney Empire); The World Goes Round (The Other Palace); TheRhythm of Life (The Other Palace); Chess in concert (Royal Albert Hall) and Les Misérables and Jesus Christ Superstar in concert (Jersey).
Theatre includes: Dick Whittington and His Cat (Hackney Empire); Sweet Charity (Donmar Warehouse); Blues in the Night (Kiln Theatre); In the Willows (UK tour); Guys and Dolls (Royal Albert Hall); Me and My Girl (Chichester); Jack and the Beanstalk (Wimbledon); The Light Princess (National Theatre); The Hothouse (Trafalgar Studios); The Ladykillers (West End and UK tour); Kiss Me, Kate (Chichester & The Old Vic); No Naughty Bits (Hampstead Theatre); The Wiz (Birmingham Rep/West Yorkshire Playhouse); Company (Donmar Warehouse); The Fantastics (Duchess Theatre); Twelfth Night, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Trolius & Cressida (all Regent’s Park Theatre); Chicago (Adelphi Theatre); Carousel, Fuente Ovejuna, Caroline, or Change, The Villains Opera, Money, Candide, Peter Pan, Guys and Dolls, Trackers (all National Theatre); As You Like It (Wyndham’s Theatre); Simply Heavenly (Young Vic/Trafalgar Studio); Zenobia, Measure for Measure, Twelfth Night (all RSC); Once on This Island (Birmingham Rep); Carmen Jones (The Old Vic); Just So (Tricycle Theatre); School for Scandal (Royal Exchange Theatre); The Boys from Syracuse, Lady Be Good, Twelfth Night and Carmen Jones (all Crucible Theatre, Sheffield). Clive has returned to The Hackney Empire on numerous occasions to play The Dame in their Christmas pantomime.
Television includes: The Canterville Ghost (BBC); Midsomer Murders (ITV); Will (TNT); So Awkward – 4 Series(CBBC); Evermoor – 2 Series (Disney); The Kennedys (BBC); The Fun Police (Roughcut); All the Small Things, Doctor Who, Tracy Beaker, Dalziel & Pascoe, Networked, Casualty, Bloodrights and Say It With Music (all BBC); American Voices (Lodestar Productions); The Harry Hill Show and The Bill (ITV); Spatz (Thames); Paper Mask and After the War (Granada); Snakes and Ladders (Yorkshire TV) and Entertaining Angels Unaware (Carlton).
Film includes: Beauty and the Beast; Manderlay and Crime
Awards include: 1997 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for Guys and Dolls. Clive was nominated for an Olivier Award in 2009 for outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre for Mother Goose at Hackney Empire, and in 1993 for Best Supporting Performance in Carousel.
Yocheved, Understudy Miriam
Training: Performing Arts School (Gothenburg); Lasse Kühler Dance School (Stockholm) and Junior Academy of Music (Stockholm).
Theatre includes: Esmeralda in Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Stage Apollo Theater, Stuttgart, Germany); Indigo and Gina standby and roles played in Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour (Stage Theater Neue Flora, Hamburg, Germany); Maria in West Side Story (Schlossfestspiele, Schwerin/Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater, Schwerin, Germany); chosen by Björn Ulvaeus (ABBA) to originate the role of Konstantina in Mamma Mia! The Party (Tyrol, Stockholm, Sweden); Christine understudy and played the role in The Phantom of the Opera (MDM Theatre, Moscow, Russia); Éponine in Les Misérables (Aarhus Teater, Aarhus, Denmark); The Little Mermaid (Russia Theatre, Moscow, Russia) and Sarah in Dance of the Vampires (Stage Theater des Westens, Berlin and Theater St Gallen, Switzerland).
Film includes: Young Sabina in the documentary film Ich hieß Sabina Spielrein.
Other work includes: Swedish dub of Cassandra in Disney’s Tangled – the Series (SDI Media, Sweden).
Mercedesz is grateful to be part of such a wonderful production and would like to thank her
mother, Natalia Usmanova, for all her support and for always believing in her.
Hotep, Understudy Seti, Jethro
Training: Guildford School of Acting and the National Youth Music Theatre.
Theatre includes: Magaldi in Evita (Regents Park); Local Hero (Lyceum, Edinburgh); Max von Mayerling in Sunset Boulevard (Curve and UK tour); Les Misérables (Sondheim); Urinetown (Other Palace); The Light Princess (National); Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Adelphi and Chichester); Love Never Dies (Adelphi); Knights of the Rose (Arts); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Adelphi); Alice in Wonderland (Leeds Playhouse) and Evita (Adelphi).
Television includes: Friday Night Dinner (Channel 4) and A Tale of Two Cities (PBS).
Film includes: The Current War (Scorsese) and Les Misérables (Working Title).
Recordings include: The Prince of Egypt; The Light Princess; Les Misérables (film cast recording); Love Never Dies; Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street; Evita; Guy Fawkes and A Tale of Two Cities.
Adam would like to take this opportunity to thank all the incredible Key Workers who have worked so hard in these crazy times. Especially the incredible teachers and the amazing NHS staff for looking after us! THANK YOU!
Nefertari, Understudy Tzipporah
Theatre includes: Janelle Woods in Beautiful – The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre); Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors (Storyhouse); Linda in Making Porn (Above the Stag); Radio and understudy Emmie in Caroline, or Change (Playhouse Theatre); Story Jenny in Big Fish (The Other Palace) and One Love – The Bob Marley Musical (Birmingham Rep).
Television includes: Zoey; Ted Lasso (Season 2, Apple TV); League of Their Own (Sky – choreographer).
Film includes: Uju in Once an Old Lady Sat on My Chest (Genesis Child Films) and May… I have this dance? (Left Eye Blind – choreographer).
Recordings include: Lights EP – Kitchen Party (Island Records).
Other work includes: co-producer on A Killer Party (UK premiere); Bat Out of Hell (promotional tour); Old Spice: She Nose Best; Baileys: Pour Spectacular and Top of the Pops.
Training: Rose Bruford College.
Theatre includes: Twelfth Night (Young Vic); As You Like It (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing (Rose Theatre, Kingston); Dr Seuss’ The Lorax (The Old Vic Theatre and Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto); Forty Years On (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Emperor and the Nightingale (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick); The Go-Between (Apollo Theatre, West End); Sunny Afternoon (Harold Pinter Theatre, West End) and Jack and the Beanstalk (Key Theatre, Peterborough).
Film includes: Benjamin (Open Palm Films).
Ensemble, Understudy Nefertari, Miriam
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre whilst training includes: Hattie in Kiss Me, Kate; Marian Anderson in First Lady Suite; Celeste in Sunday in the Park with George; Celia in As You Like It and Laurey in Oklahoma!.
Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol (Dominion Theatre); The Light in the Piazza (Royal Festival Hall and LA Opera); Lula Buffington and Almeta in Violet (Charing Cross Theatre); Putting It Together (Hope Mill Theatre); Marta in Company (Aberdeen Arts Centre); Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre); Clara Brown in Ghost (UK tour) and Show Boat (Gillian Lynne Theatre).
Other work includes: The Boss in Heel; ensemble in Sing Street; repertory company in From Page to Stage; Nadia in F**ked in Marrakech and Mamie Till in Rosa.
Ensemble, Understudy Tzipporah, Nefertari
Theatre whilst training includes: Once on This Island and Newsies.
Theatre includes: The Prince of Egypt (Dominion Theatre) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London Palladium).
Television includes: On the Town (BBC Proms); West Side Story (BBC Proms) and The Olivier Awards (ITV).
Recordings include: Rumi: The Musical (Nadim Naaman) and Barista The Musical (Evelyn James Productions).
Casey is originally from Leicester and trained at ArtsEd, London.
Training: Laine Theatre Arts and Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre whilst training includes: Matilda (Cambridge Theatre) and The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium).
Theatre includes: understudy Sonny in Grease (Royal Caribbean) and AJ Live 2020 (UK tour).
Jordan is making his adult West End debut in The Prince of Egypt and would like to thank his family, friends and agents for their ongoing support and love.
Swing, Stand-By Fight Captain
Training: Doreen Bird College, achieving a diploma in Professional Musical Theatre and Dance.
Theatre includes: ensemble in 9 to 5 The Musical (UK and Ireland tour); swing, Gym Captain and understudy Michael Wormwood in Matilda (UK and Ireland tour); swing, ensemble and assistant dance captain in Wicked (UK and Ireland tour and international tour); Tumblebrutus in Cats (Oasis of the Seas) and ensemble in Jack and the Beanstalk (Horsham).
Television includes: Take That in The Royal Variety Performance and Tonight at the London Palladium (ITV).
Other work includes: Just Eat (commercial).
Ensemble, Understudy Aaron, Moses
Training: ArtsEd (BA Hons) and The BRIT School.
Theatre includes: Jamie in The Last Five Years (The Other Palace); Don Lockwood in Singin’ in the Rain (Gaiety Theatre); Fabrizio Naccarelli understudy in The Light in the Piazza (Royal Festival Hall and LA Opera, Los Angeles); understudy Aladdin in Disney’s Aladdin (Prince Edward Theatre); Follies (Royal Albert Hall); The Who’s Tommy (Greenwich Theatre); The Little Mermaid (UK tour); Niki in Out of This World (Rose & Crown); The 12 Tenors (Asian tour & Monte-Carlo); Prince Charming in Cinderella (Arts Centre) and understudy in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Devonshire Park Theatre).
Television includes: Humans (Channel 4); All Star Musicals (ITV) and Dancing On Ice (ITV).
Film includes: Rocketman and The Theory of Everything.
Other work includes: lead vocalist for Aida Cruises and soloist on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night (Mermaid Theatre).
Ensemble, Understudy Ramses
Training: Laine Theatre Arts.
Theatre includes: Evita (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Guys and Dolls (Mill at Sonning); Legally Blonde (UK tour); Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre); Peter Pan (Wimbledon Theatre) and Snow White (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre).
Television includes: The Liberator (Netflix); It’s a Sin (Channel 4) and McDonald &
Film includes: Bohemian Rhapsody (GK Films).
Training: Tring Park School for the Performing
Arts and Urdang Academy.
Theatre whilst training includes: Kate in Bad Girls (Laura Checkley) and Roxy in Chicago (Regan Shepherd).
Theatre includes: ensemble in Disney’s Aladdin (West End and Stuttgart, Germany); dancer in Classically British (Mark Elie); Bond Girl in Live and Let Hedge (choreography by Will Peacon); dancer in the Royal Albert Hall Schools’ Gala and Little Mouse and Party Girl in The Nutcracker (English National Ballet – Wayne Eagling).
Television includes: Mini Chef and model on This Morning (ITV).
Film includes: Disney’s Aladdin – The Musical (Walt Disney Pictures).
Pàje would like to thank everyone who has shown support and encouragement over the years. A special thanks to Debra, Mother Groome, Grandma, Nana G and her Mum.
Swing (Maternity Cover)
Training: Bird College.
Theatre whilst training includes: Pilar in Legally Blonde (Simon Hardwick); Scorpio in Zodiac (Matt Nicholson); London International Horse Show (BBC) and Move It (Matt Nicholson).
Theatre includes: Snow White (Qdos).
Catherine is delighted to be making her West End debut and would like to thank her friends, family and everyone else who helped her along the way!
Ensemble, Understudy Moses, Ramses, Fight Captain
Theatre whilst training includes: Bobby and ensemble in Cabaret and Alberto Beddini in Top Hat.
Theatre includes: swing and understudy Grantaire in Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre) and Menino in Out of Water – A Brazilian Pocket Musical.
Ensemble, Understudy Tuya, Yocheved
Training: London School of Musical Theatre.
Theatre includes: Mother in Broken Wings (Theatre Royal Haymarket and Middle East); guest vocalist in Wonderful Town with the London Symphony Orchestra (Barbican); Elena in Tiger Bay (Wales Millennium Centre); Lady of the Lake in Monty Python’s Spamalot (English Theatre, Frankfurt); guest vocalist for Russell Watson (UK tour); Renee and understudy Muriel in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (UK tour); featured vocalist for Michael Ball: Both Sides Now (UK, UAE and DVD); Rhoda in White Christmas (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); Helvetia Burelli in The Rat Pack: Live From Vegas (Wyndham's Theatre) and Magdalena in Bernarda Alba
Recordings include: Rumi – The Musical (concept album); The Prince of Egypt (original cast recording); Wonder Woman 1984; Dumbo; Mary Poppins Returns; Mission:
Impossible – Fallout; Broken Wings – The Musical (concept album) and Justice League.
Swing, Understudy Tuya, Yocheved
Theatre includes: Hair (50th anniversary UK tour); 21 Chump Street (The Courtyard
Theatre); Hair (Hope Mill Theatre and The Vaults); Wicked (UK and Ireland tour); Parade (Southwark Playhouse); The Fix (Union Theatre); Seussical the Musical (Selladoor/Arts Theatre); Spring Awakening (UK tour); Godspell (Union
Theatre) and Grease! (European tour).
Recordings include: recording backing vocalist in Eliza and the Bear.
Natalie is thrilled to be joining the original cast of The Prince of Egypt and would like to give a massive thank you to her Mum, Dad and brother for all their continued support.
Ensemble, Understudy Aaron
Training: Laine Theatre Arts.
Theatre includes: Sunset Boulevard (Alexandra Palace Theatre); covered George in The Wedding Singer (South Korea); Chistery and cover Boq in Wicked (UK and Ireland tour); Gremio in Kiss Me, Kate (Théâtre Du Châtelet, Paris and Grand Théâtre, Luxembourg); Warner in Legally Blonde (Daegu Opera House, South Korea); cover Emmett (Leicester Curve) and Miss Saigon (Prince Edward Theatre).
Television includes: Galavant (season 2 – ABC Studios); Murder in Mind (BBC One) and Sky Interactive (Sky).
Film includes: Mary Poppins Returns (Disney) and Miss Saigon 25th Anniversary (Universal Pictures).
Other Work includes: GRAMMY-nominated The Prince of Egypt original cast recording; Miss Saigon: The Definitive Live Recording (original cast recording) and The Heat Is Back On: The Remaking of Miss Saigon (DVD documentary).
Jack dedicates his performance to the memory of Daniel Bolton.
Training: Conteur Academy, Toronto, Canada – contemporary dance graduate.
Theatre includes: swing in Bat Out of Hell; Little Jules in How to Solve a Problem Like Murder (UnCorked Theatre); The Suffocating Truth (Untitled Dance Company/UK tour); Eve of St George (Transcen|Dance Company, Toronto) and The Waiting Room: In Defence of Being (Helix Dance Project, Toronto).
Film includes: dancer in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie and chorus in Cats.
Kalene is thrilled to be part of the outstanding cast of The Prince of Egypt and would like to thank her family, friends and mentors for their unwavering support.
Training: Addict Dance Academy.
Theatre includes: Matthew Bourne’s Romeo & Juliet (UK tour); Jack and the Beanstalk (White Rock Theatre); Dance Proms (Royal Albert Hall); Evita (UK tour) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK tour).
Television includes: Taking the Next Step (CBBC) and Dancing on Ice 2020 (ITV).
Other work includes: Rhythm of Life NHS (advert/short Film); London Fashion Week X Richard Quinn (model/dancer); Shay Barclay Creates’ Don’t Loose Touch (short film); An Evening at Joe’s – 42nd Street (short film); Anasa O’Neill with choreographer Tabias Ellehammer (music label workshop) and The Wiz with choreographer Leah Hill (West End pilot).
Christian is delighted to be making his West End debut in the original cast and would like
to say a special thank you to his friends and family for their ongoing support.
Ensemble, Understudy Tzipporah
Training: the BRIT School and ArtsEd with a BA (Hons) degree in Musical Theatre, 2018.
Theatre whilst training includes: Cynthia in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (ArtsEd) and Mary in Bullets Over Broadway (ArtsEd).
Theatre includes: Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre), High Fidelity (Turbine Theatre) and Evita (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).
Television includes: The Power (Amazon Studios) and Comic Relief (BBC).
Other work includes: Disney’s Broadway Hits (Royal Albert Hall); Olivier Awards (Royal Albert Hall); Billionaire Boy workshop directed by Luke Sheppard and The Boy in The Dress directed by Gregory Doran.
Ensemble, Understudy Jethro, Hotep
Training: BFA Musical Theatre from the University of the Arts and MA Music Theatre from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Theatre includes: Disney’s Aladdin (Prince Edward Theatre); Dear Evan Hansen (Noël Coward Theatre); Beautiful – The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre); Porgy and Bess (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales); Disney’s The Lion King (Lyceum); Walk in the Light (National Theatre); A Perfect Ganesh, Ferdinand the Bull and Caroline, or Change (Arden Theatre); Nerds – A Computer Software Satire (Philadelphia Theatre Company); Einstein’s Dreams (NYC MT Festival) and Eugene Onegin and Romeo and Juliet (Opéra de Baugé).
Other work includes: The Magic of Disney (Hyde Park) and Beauty and the Beast (Leicester Square).
Oliver is part of the musical theatre writing team Kansley and Lidert, who have premiered
new musicals in London and Melbourne.
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Scholar), The Dance School of Scotland.
Theatre whilst training includes: Burrs in The Wild Party; Bert in Mary Poppins; ensemble, James The Anabaptist and The Captain in Candide; Henry Tilney in Northanger Abbey; ensemble in A Man of No Importance and Nurse and Jason’s Attendant in Medea.
Daniel is thrilled to be making his West End debut in The Prince of Egypt, and would like to thank his mum, Margaret, and his Uncle Jimmy for their constant love and support. He would also like to thank Katie and Gabe for their positivity and light.
Ensemble, Understudy Seti, Jethro
Training: Rose Bruford.
Theatre includes: Flick in Violet (Charing Cross Theatre); Gregory in The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Jake in Side Show (Southwark Playhouse); Piven in Sunny Afternoon (Harold Pinter Theatre); Sammy Davis Jr in The Rat Pack (London Palladium and international tour); Reflection Day (Theatre 503); Porgy and Bess (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Jimmie in A Taste Of Honey (Greenwich Theatre); Miss Saigon (UK tour); Fences (Duchess Theatre); Christmas With The Rat Pack (Wyndham’s Theatre); Desert Boy (Birmingham Rep); Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Shaw Theatre); Effigies Of Wickedness (Gate Theatre) and Cherry Picking Cotton (Albany Theatre).
Television includes: Brothers With No Game.
Film Includes: Soft Lad.
Jay would like to thank his agent James Foster, mother and his partner Marizia for her
love and support.
Ensemble, Understudy Hotep, Seti
Theatre includes: understudy Young Horseman, Nugget, Trojan and Nurse in Equus (Trafalgar Studios); Subway Ghost in Ghost The Musical (Asia tour); Mufasa in Disney’s The
Lion King (Australian tour and West End); Subway Ghost in Ghost The Musical (West End); Hud in Hair (European tour); vocalist in Thriller Live (West End); Tyrone in Fame The Musical (UK tour) and alternate Harry and understudy leading male in Never Forget (West End).
Ensemble, Dance Captain (Maternity Cover)
Training: Laine Theatre Arts.
Theatre includes: Grease (Grand Theatre, Leeds); dance captain on Saturday Night Fever (UK tour); Jemima and cover Victoria in Cats (international tour); dance captain and understudy Lisa and Penny in Dirty Dancing (UK tour) and Ich war noch niemals in New York (Stage Entertainment, Germany).
Training: Laine Theatre Arts – First Class degree (BA Hons) in Musical Theatre and a diploma (distinction) in Professional Dance.
Theatre whilst training includes: ensemble and understudy Maid Marion in Robin Hood (Qdos Entertainment); dancer in Time Flies – a Royal Gala Celebration; dancer/singer in The Feast of St George (Trafalgar Square); dancer/singer in Jack and the Beanstalk giant 3D spectacular; Carol Strong in Catch Me if You Can (LTA Studio Theatre) and Tina in Sister Act (LTA Studio Theatre).
Alice is delighted to be making her professional and West End debut in this original
cast. She would like to thank her family and friends for all their support.
Swing, Understudy Ramses
Training: The Royal Academy of Music.
Theatre whilst training includes: Gerry Raffles, Hal Prince and Frank Norman in Miss Littlewood (Greenwich Theatre); Wilson in Fugitive Songs (Susie Sainsbury Theatre); ensemble, Sailor, Prisoner and Leroy in Hal Prince, A Life in The Theatre (Susie Sainsbury Theatre); and Harthouse in Hard Times (Susie Sainsbury Theatre). The Prince of Egypt marks Samuel's West End and professional debut. Samuel would like to thank his partner Marian, his Family and Friends and his agent for their constant support.
Ensemble, Understudy Hotep
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre includes: Smudge in Forever Plaid (Upstairs at the Gatehouse).
Theatre whilst training includes: Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls; Dodge in London
Road; Governor John Slaton in Parade and Sohovik in Danny Yankees.
Other work includes: Ball and Boe (ITV special and the O2 Arena).
Training: Tring Park School of Performing Arts.
Theatre includes: Encore Dance Company (Antony Dowson) UK tour; Roaring 20s (Best Parties Ever), Beyond Repair Dance Company (Jane Coulsten) and Supreme Showgirls: The Rat Pack Live (Lizzie Hill).
Television includes: Rest Your Love, The Vamps (Frank Borin).
Other work includes: dancer/aerialist with Celebrity Cruise Entertainment.
Molly is delighted to be making her West End debut in The Prince of Egypt and
would like to thank her family and friends for their ongoing support.
Training: Urdang Academy.
Theatre includes: Disney’s The Lion King (West End) and Matthew Bourne’s Lord of the Flies.
Ricardo wishes to thank all his friends and family for their love and support over the
years. The journey to get here has been tough and he is forever grateful to you all.
Ensemble, Assistant Dance Captain (Maternity Cover)
Training: Urdang Academy.
Theatre includes: ensemble in Disney’s Aladdin (Prince Edward Theatre); Chino in West Side Story (UK and Ireland tour) and ensemble and cover Stalker in The Bodyguard (Musical Dome, Cologne).
Television includes: Brit Crew in RuPaul’s Drag Race – Season 1 (BBC); All Star Musicals
(ITV); The One Show (BBC) and Schlagercountdown (Germany).
Niko is thrilled to be joining the London cast of The Prince of Egypt and would like to thank his family in Germany, friends and agent for their ongoing support and love.
Training: Phil Winston’s Theatreworks.
Theatre includes: Victoria the White Cat in Cats (Kilworth House Theatre); Remembering the Movies (UK tour); Cinderella (Imagine Theatre) and Swan Lake, Giselle and The Nutcracker (English Youth Ballet).
Television includes: semi-finalist with Dane Bates Collective on The Greatest Dancer (BBC) and soloist on Got to Dance (Sky 1).
Other work includes: The Works at Viva Blackpool in 2015–2018 (Phil Winston’s); MOVE IT main stage (Dane Bates Collective); soloist at the ADFP Awards (Dane Bates); dancer at the Carl Alan Awards; dancer at Euro Disney (Classic Academy of Dance) and dancer at Free Radio Live concert main stage (LG Arena, 2013-2014).
Awards include: IDTA Theatre Awards – Modern winner, IDTA Theatre Awards – Theatre Craft winner, IDTA Theatre Awards – Modern Jazz winner, and South Staffordshire Junior Ballet champion.
Young Aaron / Young Egyptian Boy / Young Midian Boy
Training: Cian has trained in Ballroom and Latin Dance since the age of 5 at JJ Dance Studios, he also trains with vocal coach Kimberley Thursfield and at D&B Academy of Performing Arts in all aspects of singing, acting and dancing.
Cian is really excited to be making his professional stage debut in The Prince of
Egypt and thanks his family, friends and teachers for their continued support
Young Miriam / Leah / Young Hebrew Girl
Theatre includes: Little Cosette in Les Misérables (Sondheim Theatre, West End).
Film includes: In 2020 Maiya filmed a lead role in short film Tinned Pears (The Progress Film Company).
Jersey Blu Georgia
Young Miriam / Leah / Young Hebrew Girl
Training: Jersey loves performing! She is an Urdang Associate in Musical Theatre and also a student at Hamilton Training Academy and Stage Right Studio.
Theatre includes: The Duchess of Malfi (Almeida Theatre)
Other work includes: TV commercials for Coca-Cola, GE, Ocean Rescue, Aldi and Lego.
She is so excited to play the role of Young Miriam / Leah / Young Hebrew Girl in The
Prince of Egypt. She would like to thank all those that have helped her achieve her dreams. Jersey is represented by Daisy & Dukes.
Young Aaron / Young Egyptian Boy / Young Midian Boy
Training: Taylor is 12 years old and trains at The Pauline Quirke Academy.
Theatre includes: Benji in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (UK tour); Trouble’s a Brewin (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Titanic (Queens Theatre); Assassins (Brookside Theatre); Peter Pan (Brookside Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Brookside Theatre) and Half A Six Pence (Kenneth Moore Theatre).
Other work includes: Macmillan, World’s Biggest Coffee Morning (commercial).
Taylor is thrilled to be re-joining the cast of The Prince of Egypt.
Young Miriam / Leah / Young Hebrew Girl
Training: Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School.
Theatre includes: Annie in UK tour of Annie; original West End cast of The Prince of Egypt; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shake Festival) and numerous performances at the Hackney Empire.
Television includes: Tai in Chuggington (Herschend Entertainment Studios).
Recordings include: The Prince of Egypt (original cast recording).
George Menezes Cutts
Young Aaron / Young Egyptian Boy / Young Midian Boy
Training: New London Performing Arts Centre (NLPAC)
George trains in ballet, tap, street dance, singing and drama. He also plays the
George is very excited to be making his West End debut in The Prince of Egypt!
Young Miriam / Leah / Young Hebrew Girl
Theatre includes: having made her professional stage debut in July 2019 as part of the children’s ensemble in Hansel & Gretel at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Iman was in the original cast for The Prince of Egypt and is delighted to have been called back again to perform in the show.
Television includes: She has also voiced the character Indrani in Sky’s animation The Brilliant World of Tom Gates and she has been confirmed to record for the second series later this year.
Recordings include: The Prince of Egypt (original cast recording).
Iman has enjoyed performing arts from a young age and regularly sings and performs.
Young Aaron / Young Egyptian Boy / Young Midian Boy
Training: Vishal has been training with Stagecoach Performing Arts School since he was 5 years old. He loves dancing, drama and singing.
Other work includes: Vishal filmed content for the 'Audition Ready' App.
When he is not on stage, he loves to play cricket, football and rugby. He is keen on art and
really loves drawing cartoon figures and caricatures. Vishal is thrilled to be making his West End debut in The Prince of Egypt.
The Producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist,
which is always subject to illness, injury and statutory holiday entitlement.
Music And Lyrics
Stephen is probably best known in the UK for his scores for Wicked and Godspell. Other shows to which he contributed music and/or lyrics, and which have been seen in the UK include: Pippin, The Baker’s Wife, Children of Eden, Working and Rags.
He has also written songs for two musicals for young audiences which have been performed here: My Son Pinocchio Jr and Captain Louie. For film, he collaborated
with Alan Menken on the songs for Disney’s Enchanted, as well as the animated features Pocahontas and The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and wrote the songs for the DreamWorks animated feature The Prince of Egypt.
In the classical field, he has composed the opera Séance on a Wet Afternoon and co wrote the English texts with Leonard Bernstein for Bernstein’s Mass.
Awards include: three Academy Awards, four GRAMMY Awards and the Isabelle Stevenson Tony Award. Mr Schwartz has been given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. A book about his career, Defying Gravity, is published by Applause Books.
Those interested in additional information are invited to visit www.stephenschwartz.com.
Philip has written numerous plays, television episodes and motion picture screenplays in Los Angeles and Europe.
His screenwriting credits include: Disney’s Pocahontas and Mulan, and DreamWorks’ The Prince of Egypt and The Road to El Dorado.
For the past several years, Mr LaZebnik has lived in Denmark, where he wrote the book for My Fairytale, a theatrical musical about Hans Christian Andersen with songs by Stephen Schwartz, as well as numerous movies and television shows throughout Europe and the US.
His produced movies include: The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar series in Denmark; The Three Investigators and the Secret of Skeleton Island and The Three Investigators and the Secret of Terror Castle for Studio Hamburg, Germany; and the English screenplay for the animated features Asterix and the Vikings and Asterix and the Domain of the Gods. He also wrote the television miniseries Hindenburg: The Last Flight in Germany and the Christmas television series Ludvig and Santa Claus for TV 2 in Denmark.
Scott is the Artistic Director of the acclaimed Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, New York.
His productions include: on Broadway: Golda’s Balcony and Jane Eyre (co-directed with John Caird) and, off Broadway: Murder for Two; Bat Boy The Musical (Lucille Lortel and Outer Critics Circle awards for Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical, and Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Director of a Musical); tick, tick…BOOM! (Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical and Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Director of a Musical); The Foreigner, starring Matthew Broderick; Rooms – A Rock Romance; Franz Kafka’s The Castle (Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Director of a Play); Gigantic and No Way to Treat a Lady.
His previous London theatre productions include: tick, tick…BOOM! (Menier Chocolate Factory), starring Neil Patrick Harris, and Golda’s Balcony (Shaw Theatre). He directed the world premiere of The Prince ofEgypt in a co-production between TheatreWorks Silicon Valley and Fredericia Teater in Denmark.
His other credits include: the US premiere of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame and subsequent productions in Germany and Japan; Big Fish at the Seoul Arts Center in Korea and the world premiere of Séance on a Wet Afternoon at Opera Santa Barbara and
New York City Opera. Scott is a graduate of Harvard University.
Sean is a Caribbean-Canadian choreographer. His journey with The Prince of Egypt began at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Fredericia Teater in Denmark and Tuacahn Center for the Arts in Utah. He choreographed the re-imagined West Side Story for NYC’s Carnegie Hall and Daddy Cool – The Musical for the West End, earning a WhatsOnStage Award nomination for Best Choreography. Starting his artistic journey as a figure skater, Sean’s love for dance took over. He studied at the Alvin Ailey School in NYC and landed his first job, at 17, in Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’ music video. He choreographed for Vanessa Williams, Janet Jackson, Prince, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, Queen Latifah and Britney Spears. Sean choreographed and acted in Whitney Houston’s film The Bodyguard. He won two MTV Music Video Awards and choreographs for So You Think You Can Dance in the US, Canada and the UK, and was a presenter and judge on the UK show Dirty Dancing: The Time of Your Life. Sean is creative director for the world’s most-celebrated and prestigious Ice show, Art on Ice. Being part of the outstanding The Prince of Egypt creative team
is a dream come true.
Kevin has been designing stage, film and exhibitions from his home base of Chicago for the past 15 years. His Chicago theatre credits include productions at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, Court Theatre, Writers Theatre, Drury Lane Oakbrook and Chicago Children’s Theatre. He was the associate designer for the Broadway productions of Of Mice and Men, August: Osage County, The
Motherf**ker With the Hat, On Your Feet and the current North American tour of Cats. His many regional credits include productions at McCarter Theatre Center, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Mark Taper Forum, Arden Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Yale Repertory Theatre, The Public Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music and Glimmerglass Festival. International credits include: National Theatre of Great Britain, Danish National Opera House and the Fredericia Teater in Denmark. He is currently designing the North American tour of The King’s Speech and several touring exhibitions, including The Hunger Games: The Exhibition and Jurassic World: The Exhibition.
Ann has won or been nominated for theatre awards for her designs, including the Tony, Drama Desk, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, American Theatre Wing, Outer Critics Circle and Olivier awards. A Tony winner for Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and nominee for the original Broadway productions of Into the Woods and Sunday in the Park With George. Design credits include: over 200 off-Broadway and regional US theatre productions for some of the most highly regarded theatres and many of the world’s finest producers and directors, including Gillian Lynne, Michael Langham and John Doyle. Her work has been seen in over 35 productions of Beauty and the Beast, and other designs feature in shows all over the world, from the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Mikhailovsky Ballet in St Petersburg, Opera Australia in Sydney and the Metropolitan Opera in New York, as well as designs for film, television and concerts. Ann is a recipient of the inaugural Patricia Zipprodt Award for Innovative Costume Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology and a seasoned lecturer and adjunct professor at Rutgers University. She has also represented the USA at the Prague Design Quadrennial.
Mike is a New York City-based lighting and scenic designer and is excited to be making his West End debut. He designed the lighting for the world premiere of The Prince of Egypt at
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley in California, and at Fredericia Teater in Denmark. Across the United States, Mike has most notably designed at the Bay Street Theater, Laguna Playhouse, Rubicon Theatre Company (four-time LA Ovation Award nominee), TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, American Theatre of Actors in NYC, Guild Hall, Quintessence Theatre Company, Abingdon Theatre, Connecticut Repertory Theatre and Dorset Theatre Festival. He has also designed the lighting for themed attractions at Busch Gardens Williamsburg. Mike holds a BFA from the University of Connecticut, and is a proud member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA829.
Sound design award highlights: Olivier Award for Come From Away; Olivier Award for Memphis; Olivier Award for Merrily We Roll Along; Tony Award Nomination for A Little Night Music; Tony Nomination for End of the Rainbow, Olivier Award Nomination for Bat Out of Hell, Olivier Award Nomination for Top Hat, Olivier Award Nomination for End of the Rainbow; Outer Critics Circle Award for Come From Away Broadway and Pro Sound Award for Sound Engineer of the Year. West End musical design highlights: Cinderella; Back to the Future; The Prince of Egypt; Romeo & Juliet; Come From Away; Bat Out of Hell; Strictly Ballroom; 42nd Street; Young Frankenstein; Wind in the Willows; Memphis, I Can’t Sing; In the Heights; Top Hat and La Cage Aux Folles. International design highlights: MJ (Broadway); Diana (Broadway); Summer (Broadway); Come From Away (Broadway); Bronx Tale (Broadway); Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany); Clueless (New York); Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame (Worldwide); Spring Awakening (Broadway); Disney’s Little Mermaid (Worldwide); End of the Rainbow (Broadway, London); A Little Night Music (Broadway, London) and Sister Act (UK, Brazil, Italy, France, Netherlands).
Jon Driscoll studied cinematography at the National Film and Television School, Beaconsfield, and theatre design at Croydon College of Art. West End designs include: Ink; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Olivier Award); Ghost The Musical (Drama Desk Award and Tony nomination); Brief Encounter (Olivier nomination); The Exorcist; Stephen Ward; From Here to Eternity; The King’s Speech; Enron (Olivier nomination); Frost/Nixon; The Wizard of Oz; Love Never Dies; Dirty Dancing and Our House. National Theatre designs include: Small Island; I’m Not Running; 3Winters; King Lear; The Effect; Travelling Light; Earthquakes in London; Nation; The Power of Yes; The Observer; Gethsemane; Her Naked Skin; Fram; A Matter ofLife and Death and The Reporter. Broadway designs include: FindingNeverland and Chaplin The Musical (Drama Desk nomination). Dance designs include: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for the Royal Ballet (Olivier nomination). Opera designs include: Carmen at the Santa Fe Opera. Concert and events designs include: The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall; Secret Cinema’s Blade Runner and Kate Bush’s Before the Dawn at the Hammersmith Apollo.
Chris is a member of The Magic Circle.
He works worldwide as international illusions and magic associate for Harry Potter and The Cursed Child. Theatre credits as illusion consultant include: Back To The Future: The Musical (Adelphi Theatre); Wicked (NeueFlora Theatre, Hamburg); Company (Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, New York and Gielgud); Big The Musical (Dominion); Peter Gynt (National
Theatre); Superhero (Tony Kiser Theater, New York); Julie (National Theatre); Angels in America (National Theatre and Broadway); Macbeth (RSC, Swan Theatre and Barbican); Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Hypocrite (Hull Truck Theatre/RSC, Swan Theatre); No Man’s Land (Wyndham’s); Into the Woods (Royal Exchange); Here We Go (National Theatre); Treasure Island (National Theatre); Xanadu (Southwark Playhouse) and The Skriker (Royal Exchange).
Campbell Young Associates
Hair, Wigs & Makeup
Theatre includes: Leopoldstadt; Uncle Vanya; City Of Angels; AllAbout Eve; The Light In The Piazza (Royal Festival Hall); Rosmersholm; Company; The King & I; Allelujah!; Funny Girl; St. Joan; One Night in Miami; City of Angels; The Young Chekhov Trilogy; Bend It Like Beckham; Made In Dagenham; Gypsy; Guys & Dolls; The Bodyguard (West End & UK); End Game; Present Laughter; The Master Builder; The Lorax; High Society; Electra; Clarence Darrow; Sweet Bird of Youth; Richard III; Kiss Me, Kate; Inherit the Wind (The Old Vic); Company; Girl From The North Country; A Christmas Carol; TINA – The Tina Turner Musical; Ink; TheFerryman; Farinelli and the King; 1984; Groundhog Day; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Les Liaisons Dangereueses; The Cripple of Inishmaan; Matilda; Ghost; Billy Elliot; La Bête; Private Lives; Rock ‘n’ Roll (West End / Broadway); King Lear; To Kill A Mockingbird; Head Over Heels; Carousel; Three Tall Women; Hello, Dolly!; The Front Page; The Crucible; Misery; Sylvia; A Delicate Balance; It’s Only A Play; Betrayal; Mary Stuart; Les Misérables; One Man Two Guvnors; Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark (Broadway). Opera includes: Don Carlos; L’enfant et les sortileges (Bolshoi Opera Moscow); Anna Nicole (BAM); Elektra (Aixen-Provence). Film and TV includes: The Marvelous Mrs Maisel; Orange is the New Black and DowntonAbbey (film)
August’s Broadway credits include: orchestrations for Come From Away (Olivier Award and Grammy nomination); Bright Star (Tony Award nomination); Gigi; First Date, and Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway (additional orchestrations); The Addams Family (dance arrangements and additional orchestrations); Memphis (dance arrangements); Million Dollar Quartet (associate music supervisor); Ring of Fire (associate MD); All Shook Up (MD) and Rent (associate conductor). Off-Broadway: Bar; Romantic Poetry; Walmartopia and Imperfect Chemistry.
Other: A Christmas Story Live (Fox); Once Upon a Time (ABC); Disney’s Descendants (Andrew Lippa’s ‘Evil Like Me’); 2011 Billboard Music Awards; I Am Harvey Milk; Bull Durham and James and the Giant Peach.
Music Supervision and Arrangements
Dominick served for over a decade as Associate Music Supervisor (US) of Stephen Schwartz’s musical Wicked, also conducting the show on Broadway, in Los Angeles, and across the USA on the first national tour. Other credits include: First Date (Broadway – music supervision and arrangements); Heathers (off-Broadway – music director); Gigantic (off-Broadway – music supervision, arrangements and orchestrations); The Blue Flower (off-Broadway – music director); Cabaret (US national tour); Oliver! (US national tour); and many others. Dominick produced the GRAMMY-nominated cast album for The Prince of Egypt, along with the cast albums for First Date, Heathers, Secondhand Lions, and more. Dominick continues to develop new musicals around the US, and is a Distinguished Artist in Residence at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he is also the coordinator of the Musical Theatre department.
Dave was musical director for the 2016/17 international tour of Stephen Schwartz’s Wicked and conducted its Chinese premiere in Shanghai. He returned to Wicked for its sell-out
UK and Ireland tour in 2018. He was associate musical supervisor for the 2020 Australian premiere of Shrek The Musical. His other work as musical director includes: Shrek The Musical (UK and Ireland tour); Ghost The Musical (UK and Ireland tour); By Jeeves (Landor Theatre); Flashdance The Musical (world premiere in 2008 and West End in 2010); Starlight Express (UK and Ireland tour); Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany); Jesus Christ Superstar (UK and Ireland tour) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (West End).
Jim Arnold CDG
Jim is a freelance casting director of musicals and plays for West End and regional theatres, and for UK and international tours. He established Jim Arnold Casting in 2018, having previously worked as associate casting director for Pippa Ailion Casting from 2012-2018. He is a full member of the Casting Director’s Guild of Great Britain and Ireland.
Theatre includes: Wicked (Apollo Victoria); The Prince of Egypt (Dominion); Pretty Woman: The Musical (Piccadilly); Rock of Ages (UK tour); A Christmas Carol (Dominion); West Side Story (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Curtains (Wyndham’s and UK tour); Bend It Like Beckham (St Lawrence Centre, Toronto); Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (Harold Pinter and UK tour); The Mirror Crack’d (Wales Millennium Centre and Wiltshire Creative); Eugenius! (The Other Palace); The Wedding Singer (Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre and UK tour); The Rest is Silence (dreamthinkspeak); Crave and Illusions (Actors Touring Company); DNA (Hull Truck and UK tour); Yerma (Gate and Hull Truck); Pericles Re-imagined (Regent's Park) and Matilda: The Musical (original casting associate for the RSC). Casting assistants – Olivia Dingley and Charlotte Fox.
Theatre includes as children's casting director: Frozen The Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), South Pacific (Chichester Festival Theatre), Carousel (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre) School of Rock The Musical (UK tour), Leopoldstadt (Wyndham's Theatre ), Rare Earth Mettle, Shoe Lady and KILL (Royal Court Theatre), Hansel and Gretel (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), The Hunt (Almeida Theatre), Small Island (National Theatre), To Kill a Mockingbird (UK tour), The Ferryman (Royal Court Theatre and Gielgud Theatre), Frozen (Haymarket Theatre). As casting director: The Gods Are Not To Blame (Almeida Theatre), The Dilemma of a Ghost (Almeida Theatre), The Midnight Gang (Chichester Festival
Theatre), Twelfth Night, The Country Wife and Kiki's Delivery Service (Southwark Playhouse), Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre), all female Posh (Pleasance Theatre), If We Had Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You (Old Red Lion Theatre).
Television includes: Pursuit of Love (young persons casting), Riviera, Counterpart, Berlin Station (casting associate). Films include: Death to 2020 (casting associate); Peter Pan and Wendy (UK children’s casting associate); Enola Holmes, Radioactive, Farming (children's casting); Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (children’s casting associate); Nativity 3! – Dude Where's My Donkey? (children's casting assistant).
J. Scott Lapp
Jeremy is thrilled to be working again with Scott Schwartz and this fabulous team to bring The Prince of Egypt to the West End. He is an alumnus of the Directors Lab West, a proud member of the SDC and the artistic director of CCAE Theatricals in the United States.
Associate/assistant directing credits include: Broadway: Bonnie & Clyde; International: The Prince of Egypt (TheatreWorks, Fredericia Teater, Denmark); Off-Broadway: Murder for Two (New World Stages); Freedom Riders (NYMF); National Tour: Murder for Two and Xanadu. Regional: Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Paper Mill Playhouse, La Jolla
Playhouse); Rain; Into The Woods (Old Globe); Secondhand Lions (5th Ave). Selected directing credits include: International: Murder for Two (Calgary, Japan); Regional: Curious Incident (Farmers Alley); Bridges of Madison County (Public Theatre San Antonio); Hairspray; First Date (SDMT); Murder for Two: Christmas Edition (Bucks County Playhouse); Little Women; Spring Awakening; Chess; Carousel; Peter and The Starcatcher; Urinetown (Barn Stage Company). Upcoming projects include: Murder for Two (Bristol Riverside) and the world premiere of Witnesses, a song cycle.
Addy, who is making her West End debut, is a Canadian choreographer, dancer and producer now based in Los Angeles.
Her theatre credits include: The Prince of Egypt at TheaterWorks Silicon Valley, Tuachan Center for the Arts and the Fredericia Teatre in
Denmark. Choreographer credits include: Make it Pop (Nickelodeon); Full Out (Netflix); and music videos for Kelly Clarkson and The Weeknd.
Dancer film credits include: Disney's Descendants franchise; Step Up: All In and Suicide Squad. She is a producer for the renowned urban dance company The Kinjaz and most recently wrapped producing and creative directing the feature film Full Out 2, which premiered worldwide on Netflix in March 2020.
Associate Musical Director
Mark is a musical director, pianist and composer/arranger. He was, most recently, musical director for the West End production of The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 The Musical (Ambassadors Theatre); associate musical director on Dreamgirls (Savoy Theatre), as well as associate conductor on A Christmas Carol (Old Vic) and musical supervisor for the hip-hop musical In the Willows (UK tour).
Other credits include: Billy Elliot The Musical (Victoria Palace); Exposure (St James), as well as deputising at Wicked (Apollo Victoria) and Jersey Boys (Prince Edward), and music-directing multiple workshops and productions of new writing both in the UK and New York.
Lauren trained at Rose Bruford College and graduated with a first class BA (Hons) in Actor Musicianship.
Previous creative credits include: resident director of Les Misérables (UK and Ireland tour); Footloose (European tour and West End); assistant director of Silk Road (Trafalgar Studios); Return to the Forbidden Planet (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) and associate director for Silk Road (Live! Theatre Newcastle – transfer, Trafalgar Studios).
As assistant musical director, Lauren's credits include: Tommy (Greenwich Theatre) and Jason and the Argonauts (The Scoop Theatre, London).
Performance credits include: Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Queen’s Theatre); Footloose (European tour and West End); Here Be Monsters and The Santa Trap (Mayflower Theatre and UK tour); The Tale of Mr Tumble (CBeebies); Cabaret (MAC); London Calling (Salisbury
Playhouse); Save The Last Dance For Me (UK tour); Carnaby Street (UK tour); The Wind in the Willows (West Yorkshire Playhouse and Watermill Theatre); Thoroughly Modern Millie (Watermill Theatre); The Kissing Dance (Jermyn Street Theatre); Dreamboats and Petticoats (UK tour and West End) and Twelfth Night (UK tour).
Resident Director and Choreographer (Maternity Cover)
Training: the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet and the McDonald College of Performing Arts, Sydney. Theatre includes: ensemble in The Witches of Eastwick (Sweden); dance captain and ensemble in On The Town (Sweden); ensemble/dancer in The Prince Of Egypt (Denmark); dance captain and ensemble in Elf The Musical (Denmark); swing in Chicago (Denmark); Reno’s Angel: Purity in Anything Goes (Denmark) and ensemble in Beauty and the Beast (Denmark).
Rachael sends endless love and gratitude to her family, friends and mentors for their continued support.
Lloyd trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, before starting his career
at the National Theatre and Young Vic Theatre.
Productions include: 9 to 5 The Musical (UK tour); Fleabag (Wyndham’s); Rusalka (English National Opera); Cyrano de Bergerac (Playhouse); Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (UK tour and Pinter Theatre); Betrayal – Pinter at the Pinter season (Pinter); The Wild Duck (Almeida); Summer and Smoke (Duke of York’s); The Jungle (Playhouse and St Ann’s Warehouse, New York); Nightfall (Bridge Theatre); TINA – The Tina Turner Musical (Aldwych – associate PM); The Christmasaurus – Liveon Stage (Hammersmith Apollo); Project Polunin (London Coliseum); Lady From the Sea (Donmar); Shakespeare Trilogy (Donmar and St Ann’s Warehouse, New York); Oslo (Lyttelton and Pinter); Buried Child and The Spoils (Trafalgar Studios); Blue/Orange and Macbeth (Young Vic); Lela and Co (Royal Court); The Mentalists (Wyndham’s); Constellations (UK tour); Neville’s Island (Duke of York’s) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal Drury Lane – assistant PM).
DreamWorks Theatricals, a division of Universal Theatrical Group, was established to develop and produce live stage productions inspired by the studio’s acclaimed animated films, including Shrek The Musical, Madagascar and The Prince of Egypt. UTG, the live theatre division of Universal Pictures, is currently represented by the musical phenomenon Wicked, which has been seen by 60 million people worldwide, making it one of the most successful theatrical ventures of all time. Universal’s critically acclaimed musical adaptation of Billy Elliot, which won 4 Olivier Awards and 10 Tony Awards, including Best
Musical, ran for 11 years in the West End. In addition, Universal produced the Broadway premiere of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn with Roundabout Theatre Company and the Tony Award-nominated Broadway production of Bring It On – the Musical.
Michael McCabe is an independent, four-time Olivier Award-winning theatre producer in the UK and Tony Award-nominated on Broadway.
West End: Wicked (Olivier Audience Awards, 2010 and 2015), which is already the 9th longest running West End musical of all time; AnAmerican in Paris (Olivier Award nomination for Best Musical); Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival and Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical); Million Dollar Quartet and Spring Awakening (Olivier Award for Best Musical and Critics’ Circle Award for Best Musical).
Tours: Wicked 2013/14 and 2018/19 UK & Ireland Tours; Wicked International Tour.
Broadway: How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Tony Award nomination for Best Musical Revival); On A Clear Day You Can See Forever; Lysistrata Jones and Promises, Promises. Michael was the original Marketing Director of Mamma Mia!, overseeing the first 14 international premieres.
Neil Laidlaw Productions is a theatrical producing and general management company headed up by Neil Laidlaw.
Most recently, NLP was represented in the West End as producer of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (Harold Pinter). He was also co-producer of Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Wyndham’s); The Grinning Man (Trafalgar Studios); Annie (Piccadilly); Oslo (Harold Pinter); Show Boat (New London); Gypsy (Savoy) and A Doll’s House (Duke of York’s, BAM, New York). NLP also acted as general manager for Catherine Schreiber Productions on the UK premiere of The Scottsboro Boys (Young Vic).
Other producing credits include: The Steamie (SSE Hydro, Glasgow); Canned Laughter (Scottish tour); Annie (UK tour); The Steamie by Tony Roper (Scottish tour, 2009, 2012 and 2017); Jigsy (UK tour); Side by Side Sondheim (Leicester Square Theatre, London); UK premiere of The Musical of Musicals – The Musical! (Sound Theatre and Kings Head Theatre) and Beautiful Thing (Sound Theatre, Leicester Square, London – for which Andrew Garfield won the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Newcomer).
John Gore is a 13-time Tony winning and triple Emmy nominated British producer. He is the sole owner of The John Gore Organization – the leading developer, producer, distributor, and marketer of Broadway theatre worldwide. His family of companies includes Broadway Across America, Broadway.com, The Broadway Channel, BroadwayBox.com, and Group Sales Box Office.
Current Broadway credits include: Ain’t Too Proud; Dear Evan Hansen; Jagged Little Pill; Mean Girls; Moulin Rouge! and Tina. John directed the only stage adaptations of Batman and Star Trek and produced Thunderbirds FAB and Wallace & Gromit on stage in the West End. For more information visit
Tom Smedes and Peter Stern
Tom produces and general manages on Broadway and off-Broadway.
Broadway: Old Vic’s A Christmas Carol; Bandstand; The Visit; Peter and the Starcatcher; The Prom; Farinelli and the King; The Great Comet; It’s Only A Play; Pippin (Tony Award); Mothers and Sons; Next Fall.
London: The Musical of Musicals; Side by Side by Sondheim.
Peter has been active in theatre for over twenty years, having co-produced a number of Broadway shows, including most recently, A Christmas Carol, The Prom and Bandstand. Aside from theatre, he is a leading art attorney in New York City. As an attorney, he is Chairman Emeritus and Board Member of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, as well as a longtime member of the Law Advisory Council of the International Foundation for Art Research.
Through his company, DEM Productions (OffWestEnd Award Best Producer), Ramin’s productions include: Adrian Mole the Musical (West End); Dust (Trafalgar Studios & New York Theatre Workshop); Spring Awakening (WhatsOnStage Award); Stephen Schwartz’s Working; the world premieres of Karagula; Four Play and Sense of an Ending. His co-productions in the West End/UK Touring include: Company (Olivier Award); Gypsy (Olivier Award); 9 to 5; Nativity; Annie; Heisenberg; Show Boat and 1984.
On Broadway Ramin’s productions include: Company; The Ferryman (Tony Award) and 1984. Ramin has also worked on a number of films, is an economist at HM Treasury, and co-wrote the cult show John Rawls’s A Theory of Justice: The Musical. Thanks to
Christopher Ketner & Mary Maggio.
The Araca Group
Founded in 1997 by partners Matthew Rego, Michael Rego and Hank Unger, the Araca Group is one of Broadway’s leading producing and merchandising companies, and a growing presence in global entertainment properties. As producers, Araca works with award-winning leaders in the theatre industry, shepherds projects that are critically and commercially successful, and champions the voices of the next generation of artists.
Araca’s Broadway producing credits include: Wicked; Diana; In Residence on Broadway; Oklahoma!; Ain’t Too Proud; SpongeBob SquarePants; Junk; Hello, Dolly!; Groundhog Day; Shuffle Along; Skylight; Disgraced; A Raisin in the Sun; Cinderella; Rock of Ages; Boeing Boeing; The Wedding Singer and Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. In addition, the Araca Group provides merchandising services through its brand activation division for Broadway shows, film and television studios.
For more information, please visit www.araca.com
James L. Nederlander
President of Nederlander Organization, and son of the late James M. Nederlander. Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird; The Band’s Visit; Mean Girls; My Fair Lady; OnYour Feet!; The Humans; Meteor Shower; The Elephant Man, starring Bradley Cooper; I’ll Eat You Last, starring Bette Midler; Kinky Boots; West Side Story; Next to Normal; The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Movin’ Out; as well as many others.
Upcoming: Harry Connick Jr – a Celebration of Cole Porter. Mr Nederlander has also promoted hundreds of concerts, including Adele, Robin Williams, Pink Floyd, U2, the Rolling Stones and Billy Joel.
Michael Park owns and runs The Infinite Group, a production and general management
company based in London producing theatrical shows and films.
Previous credits include: Umm Kulthum and the Golden Era (London Palladium); Still Alice
(Leeds Playhouse & UK tour) based on the New York Times bestselling book and Academy award-winning film, and Son of a Preacher Man (UK tour). He also runs several companies in the education sector.
For more information visit: www.theinfinite-group.com
“On of the greatest animated films of all time.”Evening Standard
"An astonishing animated achievement.From its magical opening sequence to the visually stunning sections involving the parting of the Red Sea and the Plagues, this makes for epic cinema.”
"The greatest animated
movie of all time.”
Featuring a stunning blend of traditional animation and computer-generated imagery, The Prince Of Egypt featured an all-star voice cast including Val Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sandra Bullock, Jeff Goldblum, Danny Glover, Patrick Stewart, Helen Mirren, Martin Short and Steve Martin.
"The best animated musical of all time.
The music includes some of the most beautiful songs ever gifted to humanity and includes ‘Through Heaven’s Eyes’ and ‘When You Believe’.”
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