Dream the impossible dream! With inspiration from Miguel de Cervantes’ tale of Don Quixote, Man of La Mancha follows one man in his quest to become a Spanish knight across medieval Spain. Revived in the West End for the first time in 50 years, Man of La Mancha brings a story that’s over 400 years old to life at the London Coliseum.
Making his West End debut, Kelsey Grammer stars in the upcoming production of Man of La Mancha. He is best known for his playing Dr. Frasier Crane in the hit NBC series Cheers and Frasier, as well as winning numerous Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Awards. In 2017, Grammer played Edward Bloom in Big Fish at The Other Palace. Previous stage credits on Broadway include the eponymous Macbeth, Charles Frohman and Captain Hook in Finding Neverland and Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady.
Danielle de Niese makes her West End debut in the production, after performing in operas across the world. Gifted with a beautiful soprano voice, she has sung in operas including The Merry Widow, Don Pasquale and the world premiere of Bel Canto at the Lyric Opera of Chicago.
Peter Polycarpou plays Sancho Panza, with Nicholas Lyndhurst and Cassidy Janson also appearing in the production.
The cast is completed by Eugene McCoy, Lucy St Louis, Natasha Leaver, Debra Michaels, Julie Jupp, Minal Patel, Emanuel Alba, Rakesh Boury, Stephen John Davies, Paul F Monaghan, Ryan Pidgen, David Seadon-Young Samuel Thomas, Teddy Wills, Femi Akinfolarin, Tim Hodges, Luke Jackson, Dominic Owen, Joseph Poulson, Jocelyn Prah and Anna Woodside.
Please note that Danielle de Niese will not be performing at the following performances:
1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 25th, & 29th May, 1st, 5th & 8th June Matinee performances
21st, 24th, 28th & 31st May, 3rd June, 5th June, 7th June & 8th June evening.
Cassidy Janson will be performing as Aldonza on:
Thrown into a dungeon during the Spanish inquisition, Miguel de Cervantes takes out a costume from his trunk to become Alonso Quijano, a chivalrous man who serves his country. Setting off on adventures with his sidekick Sancho Panza, the pair encounter characters along the way, including an evil magician. Everything changes when they meet Aldonza, an alluring woman who helps the pair fulfil their ultimate quest to become a knight. Featuring songs including “The Impossible Dream” and"Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote)", Man of La Mancha is an exciting musical full of twists and turns as they explore medieval Spain.
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Danielle de Niese will perform on the following dates: 26 Apr 7.30, 27 Apr 2.30 & 7.30, 29 Apr 7.30, 30 Apr 7.30, 1 May 7.30, 2 May 7.30, 3 May 7.30, 4 May 2.30 & 7.30, 6 May 7.30, 7 May 7.30, 8 May 7.30, 9 May 7.30, 10 May 7.30, 11 May 2.30 & 7.30, 13 May 7.30, 14 May 7.30, 15 May 7.30, 16 May 7.30, 17 May 7.30, 18 May 7.30, 20 May 7.30, 22 May 7.30, 23 May 7.30, 25 May 7.30, 29 May 7.30, 30 May 7.30, 1 Jun 7.30, 4 Jun 7.30, 6 Jun 7.30
Cassidy Janson will perform on the following dates: 1 May 2.30, 8 May 2.30, 15 May 2.30, 21 May 7.30, 22 May 2.30, 24 May 7.30, 25 May 2.30, 28 May 7.30, 29 May 2.30, 31 May 7.30, 1 Jun 2.30, 3 Jun 7.30, 5 Jun 2.30 & 7.30, 7 Jun 7.30, 8 Jun 2.30 & 7.30
Man of La Mancha has been adapted in many languages including French, German, Hebrew and Chinese.
The musical won five Tony Awards at the 1966 ceremony, including best musical and best original score.
Man of La Mancha is based on Don Quixote, considered to be the first “modern” novel written. Read by so many people, the popularity of Don Quixote helped establish the modern Spanish language.
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