|Closing||apr 09, 2016|
3hrs. (1 Intermission)
Reuniting the award-winning team behind the moving 2000 film and featuring the musical mastery of Sir Elton John, Billy Elliot shares the inspiring story of a poor, working-class boy who discovers his passion for dance as his family grapples with adversity.
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What is Billy Elliot Like?
Billy Elliot brings on tears and laughs almost simultaneously. The show is decidedly dark, reflecting the bleakness of Billy’s declining hometown and the uncertain future of his struggling family from beginning to end. Don’t despair, however: the show is buoyed with plenty of humor, and ...
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Billy Elliot Cast & Creative
- Billy (alternating performances) Brodie Donougher, Thomas Hazelby, Euan Garrett and Nat Sweeney
- Mrs. Wilkinson Ruthie Henshall
- Dad Deka Walmsley
- Grandma Gillian Elisa
- Michael (alternating performances) Nathan Jones, Bradley Mayfield and Ben Robinson
- Debbie (alternating performances) Connie Fisher, Beatrice Bartley and Hollie Jayne Creighton
- Music Elton John
- Book and Lyrics Lee Hall
- Director Stephen Daldry
- Choreographer Peter Darling
- Set Designer Ian MacNeil
- Costume Designer Nicky Gillibrand
- Lighting Designer Rick Fisher
- Sound Designer Paul Arditti