The Cher Show, the biomusical charting the life and career of the titular eponymous pop-culture icon and award-winning entertainer Cher, will embark on a non-union national tour in the 2023-2024 season, stopping at over 50 cities across the United States.
The tour will star Ella Perez as early career Babe Cher, Catherine Ariale as glam pop Lady Cher, and Morgan Scott as cultural icon Star Cher. They will be joined by Mike Bindeman as Gregg Allman/John Southall, Tyler Pirrung as Bob Mackie/Robert Altman/Frank, Lucy Werner as Georgia Holt/Lucille Ball, and Lorenzo Pugliese as Sonny Bono.
The upcoming tour will is directed by Casey Hushion, with choreography by Antoinette DiPietropolo, costume design by Bob Mackie, and scenic design by Kelly James Tighe. Lighting design is by Charlie Morrison, with sound design by Daniel Lundberg, video design by Jonathan Infante, music supervision by Kristin Stowell, and casting by Alison Franck. Daniel Sher is the executive producer.
Spanning 35 smash hits, six decades of stardoms, two rockstar husbands, and a myriad of awards, the musical opened on Broadway December 3, 2018, following a Chicago out-of-town try out. It starred Stephanie J. Block as "modern day" Cher, alongside Teal Wicks and Micaela Diamond, who brought to life the early decades of her career.
For tickets and more information, visit TheCherShowTour.com.