The Donmar Warehouse presentation of Sweet Charity officially opened April 17 following previews that began April 6 at the London venue.
Anne-Marie Duff (Heisenberg) takes on the title role of Charity Hope Valentine, with Arthur Darvill (Once) as Oscar in the Josie Rourke-helmed production, marking her final show as artistic director at the London theatre.
Read reviews from the critics below:
Evening Standard, Fiona Mountford
LondonTheatre.co.uk, Will Longman
The Guardian, Michael Billington
The Stage, Natasha Tripney
The Times, Ann Treneman
Time Out, Andrzej Lukowski
The production also features Lizzy Connolly (The Twilight Zone) as Nickie, Stephen Kennedy (Donmar’s The Vote) as Herman, Debbie Kurup (Girl From the North Country) as Helene, Martin Marquez (Donmar’s Fool for Love and Front Page) as Vittorio Vidal, Amy Ellen Richardson (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying) as Ursula March, and Daniel Steers (Bat Out of Hell) as Carmen.
The ensemble includes Lauren Drew, Jo Eaton-Kent, Will Haswell, Charlotte Jaconelli, Ryan Reid, and Shaq Taylor.
Performances of the musical from Cy Coleman, Neil Simon, and Dorothy Fields run through June 8.