FULL CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR
BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL
AMBER DAVIES AND LOUIS SMITH
OPENING AT SOUTHBANK CENTRE QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL
8 DECEMBER 2021
BEFORE EMBARKING ON A 2022 UK TOUR
Selladoor Worldwide is delighted to cheer on the full cast of BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL, who will be joining musical theatre and TV star Amber Davies as ‘Campbell’ and four-time Olympic medallist Louis Smith as ‘Cameron’. The show opens at Southbank Centre Queen Elizabeth Hall, London on Wednesday 8 December 2021, following performances at Peterborough New Theatre and ahead of a UK tour in 2022.
As previously announced BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL will also star Vanessa Fisher (she/her) (Follies at the National Theatre, Motown the Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre)as ‘Danielle’, Alicia Belgarde (Little Miss Sunshine UK Tour)(she/her) as ‘Eva’, Georgia Bradshaw (Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre) (she/her) as ‘Nautica’, Marvyn Charles (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre)(he/him) as ‘Twig’, Chelsea Hall (she/her) making her professional debut as ‘Bridget’, Chloe Pool (she/her) (Everybody’s Talk About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre) as ‘Skylar’, Biancha Szynal (she/her) (Everybody’s Talk About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre) as ‘Kylar’ and Samuel Wilson-Freeman (he/him) (Annie UK Tour) as ‘Steve’.
BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL is thrilled to also welcome Connor Carson (he/him) (Blitz! at the Union Theatre) as ‘Randall’ and following consultations with members of the transgender theatre community, the show is delighted to announce star of Australian X Factor 2014, runner up of Australia’s Got Talent 2009 and cast member of the most recent Asian tour of Cats, Jal Joshua (he/she/they) as ‘La Cienega’.
The company is completed by Paris Green (she/her), Sergi Ibanez (he/him), Jordan Isaac (he/him), Bethany Kate (she/her), Gareth Moran (he/him), Ayden Morgan (he/him), Kenedy Small (she/her) and Zinzile Tshuma (she/her) with a further cast member to be announced soon.
Inspired by the 2000 film of the same name, BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL features an original score by the multi award winning creator of “Hamilton”, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Pulitzer Prize winning Tom Kitt, composer of “Next To Normal”. The book is written by the Tony Award winning writer of “Avenue Q”, Jeff Whitty and the lyrics are by both Lin-Manuel Miranda and writer of the stage adaptation of “High Fidelity”, Amanda Green.
BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL is directed by Guy Unsworth (he/him) and choreographed by Fabian Aloise (he/him), with set design by Libby Watson (she/her), costume design by Susan Kulkarni (she/her), lighting design by Matt Daw, sound design by Ross Portway, music supervision by Mark Crossland (he/him), musical direction by Sarah Burrell (she/her) and the dialect coach is Aundrea Fudge. Casting is by Sarah-Jane Price and the casting consultants from the transgender theatre community are Tigger Blaize (he/him) and Harrison Knights (he/him).
BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL takes audiences on a high-flying, energy-fuelled journey which tackles friendship, jealousy, betrayal and forgiveness – wrapped up in explosive choreography and tricks.
Cheer-royalty and newly crowned Squad Captain, Campbell, should be embarking on her most cheertastic senior year at Truman High School. When she’s forced to move to the neighbouring hard-knock Jackson High, Campbell fears her life is over. But an unlikely friendship catapults Campbell back into contention with a powerhouse squad and the fire to achieve the impossible.
BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL is produced by Selladoor Worldwide, has a libretto by Jeff Whitty, a score by Tom Kitt and Lin-Manuel Miranda lyrics by Amanda Green and Lin-Manuel Miranda. BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL is inspired by the motion picture Bring It On written by Jessica Bendinger. Performed by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited.
BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL
2021 LISTINGS INFORMATION
FRIDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2021 – SATURDAY 4 DECEMBER 2021
NEW THEATRE, PETERBOROUGH
WEDNESDAY 8 DECEMBER 2021 – SATURDAY 22 JANUARY 2022
QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL
London SE1 8XX
2022 UK TOUR
WEDNESDAY 26 JANUARY – SATURDAY 29 JANUARY 2022
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
TUESDAY 1 FEBRUARY – SATURDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2022
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
TUESDAY 15 FEBRUARY – SATURDAY 19 FEBRUARY 2022
Festival Theatre, Edinburgh
TUESDAY 22 FEBRUARY – SATURDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2022
Blackpool Grand Theatre
TUESDAY 5 APRIL – SATURDAY 9 APRIL 2022
His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
TUESDAY 12 APRIL – SATURDAY 16 APRIL 2022
Opera House, Manchester
TUESDAY 19 APRIL – SATURDAY 23 APRIL 2022
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
TUESDAY 3 MAY – SATURDAY 7 MAY 2022
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
TUESDAY 10 MAY – SATURDAY 14 MAY 2022
The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
TUESDAY 24 MAY – SATURDAY 28 MAY 2022
Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin
TUESDAY 31 MAY – SATURDAY 4 JUNE 2022
New Victoria Theatre, Woking
TUESDAY 7 JUNE – SATURDAY 11 JUNE 2022
TUESDAY 14 JUNE – SATURDAY 18 JUNE 2022
Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
TUESDAY 21 JUNE – SATURDAY 25 JUNE 2022
TUESDAY 28 JUNE – SATURDAY 2 JULY 2022
King’s Theatre, Glasgow
TUESDAY 5 JULY – SATURDAY 9 JULY 2022
The Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
TUESDAY 26 JULY – SATURDAY 30 JULY 2022
Milton Keynes Theatre