Casting: Rosalie Craig joins The Ferryman

News | 28 Nov 2017

Casting: Rosalie Craig joins The Ferryman

New casting has been announced for The Ferryman (pictured), as the production extends in the West End for the third time. Rosalie Craig will play Caitlin Carney, Owen McDonnell will play Quinn Carney and Justin Edwards will play Tom Kettle.

Also joining the company will be Stella McCusker as Aunt Maggie Far Away, Siân Thomas as Aunt Pat, Declan Conlon as Muldoon, Dean Ashton as Frank Magennis, Terence Keeley as Diarmaid Corcoran, Sean Delaney as Michael Carney, Francis Mezza as Shane Corcoran, Kevin Creedon as JJ Carney, Laurie Kynaston as Oisin Carney and Saoirse-Monica Jackson as Shena Carney.

Catherine McCormack will continue in her role as Mary Carney, as will Charles Dale as Father Horrigan, Mark Lambert as Uncle Pat and Glenn Speers as Lawrence Malone. The full company comprises 37 performers: 17 main adults, 7 covers, 12 children on rota and 1 baby.

The Ferryman, which is written by Jez Butterworth and directed by Sam Mendes, is currently booking at The Gielgud Theatre to 19 May 2018. The new cast begins performances on 8 January.

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In other casting news, Theatrical charity Acting for Others has announced the return of One Night Only at The Ivy restaurant on Sunday 10 December 2017. Over £100,000 was raised last year for the charity, which supports people from the theatre and dance communities who have fallen on hard times.

Waiting tables this year will be Noma Dumezweni, Arlene Phillips, Freddie Fox, Annette Badland, Samantha Bond, Janie Dee, Neil Dudgeon, Dexter Fletcher, Celia Imrie, George Layton, Tamzin Outhwaite, Jemma Redgrave, Anne Reid MBE, Joanna Riding, Neil Stuke, Owen Teale, Kate Thornton, Stephen Tompkinson, Hannah Waddingham and Giles Watling MP, with more to be announced.

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Artistic Director of Theatr Clwyd, Tamara Harvey, has announced full cast for Theatr Clwyd and Paperfinch’s co-production of The Snow Queen, based on Hans Christian Anderson’s classic fairy tale. Joe Bunce directs Josh Sneesby in the titular role, and he will be joined by Matilda Reith (Ripley Pockets) and Robyn Sinclair (Gerda).

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