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Thursday, July 18

First casting news for The Prince of Egypt

Initial casting has been reveaved  for the UK premiere of The Prince of Egypt, which opens at the Dominion Theatre on 5th February 2020.

Luke Brady (Sweeney Todd) will take on the lead role of Moses alongside Liam Tamne (The Light in the Piazza) as Rameses, while Christine Allado (Hamilton) will play Tzipporah and Alexia Khadime (The Book of Mormon) will play Miriam.  More news on casting for the show to follow.

Luke Brady (Moses) trained at RADA and is best known for playing 'Anthony Hope' in Jonathan Kent's acclaimed production of Sondheim's Sweeney Todd (West End and Chichester Festival Theatre). His other credits include: The Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare's Globe and Tour); and St George and the Dragon (National Theatre).

Liam Tamne (Rameses) most recently starred as 'Guiseppe Naccarelli' in The Light in the Piazza at the South Bank Centre. He has also appeared in: Working (Southwark Playhouse); Spamilton (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour); The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables and Wicked in the West End. He appeared on The Voice (Series 2) and Eurovision: You Decide.

Christine Allado (Tzipporah) starred in the dual role of 'Peggy Schuyler' and 'Maria Reynolds' in the original London cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton. Her additional theatre work includes: In The Heights (Kings Cross Theatre); Here Lies Love (National Theatre); and Sweet Charity (Manchester Royal Exchange). Christine has also toured internationally with Andrea Bocelli as a guest artist and sang the role of 'Maria' in the BBC's acclaimed documentary West Side Stories: The Making of a Classic. 

Alexia Khadime (Miriam) has played leading roles in multiple West End musicals including: 'Elphaba' in Stephen Schwartz's Wicked; 'Nala' in Disney's The Lion King; 'Eponine' in Les Misérables and 'Nabulungi' in the original London cast of The Book of Mormon. Her additional theatre work includes: Welcome To Thebes (National Theatre); Ordinary Days (Trafalgar Studios); and 'Rita Marley' in One Love: The Bob Marley Musical (Birmingham Rep)





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