Charlotte Jaconelli (2012 Britain’s Got Talent runner-up) will play Amalia Balash in the Landor Theatre’s revival of She Loves Me this February. Having trained at Arts Educational School, this is her musical theatre debut. Charlotte commented, ‘I’m absolutely thrilled to be making my debut at the fabulous Landor Theatre. And I’m so excited that I get to be a part of She Loves Me with such a talented team of cast and creatives!‘
Charlotte’s classical-crossover duo (with Jonathan Antoine) was signed to Syco and went on to release two Gold certified albums. As a solo artist, Charlotte recently released her debut album Solitaire.
Among those joining Charlotte in She Loves Me are: John Sandberg as Georg Nowack – The Hypochondriac (Theatre Royal Bath, UK tour), Rent (Tabard Theatre), HMS Pinafore (The Union Theatre); Emily Lynne as Ilona Ritter – Evita, A Chorus Line, Shrek (Pittsburgh Musical Theatre); Matthew Wellman as Steven Kodaly – The Despondent Divorcee (C-Venue, Edinburgh Festival 2014), The Bear in Mildred and the Midnight City (Pleasance, Edinburgh Festival 2014); Joshua Leclair as Arpad – See Rock City (Union Theatre), The Theory of Relativity (Actor’s Church), Oliver! (Drayton Entertainment, Canada); David Herzog as Ladislav Sipos – 9 to 5! The Musical (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, New York), George M. Cohan Tonight! (Charing Cross Theatre), I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Downstairs Cabaret Theatre, New York); and Ian Dring as Mr Maraczek – Les Miserables (Palace Theatre), Evita (Prince Edward Theatre), Me & My Girl (Adelphi Theatre).
With music and lyrics from the talent behind Fiddler on the Roof (Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock), the Tony and Olivier award-winning musical She Loves Me promises to melt even the iciest of hearts. Fall in love with this charming tale of mistaken identity based on the play Parfumerie by Hungarian playwright Miklos Laszlo. With a score covering everything from soaring heartfelt ballads to delightfully witty patter songs there’s something for everyone.
She Loves Me
Wednesday 4th February – Saturday 7th March 2015, 7.30pm
Saturday and Sunday matinees, 3pm
No performances on Mondays
No performance on Tuesday 10th February
Running time 2 hour 30 minutes with interval
Landor Theatre, 70 Landor Road, London SW9 9PH
Box Office Tickets are available from www.landortheatre.co.uk or 020 7737 7276
Director Robert McWhir
Musical Director James Cleeve
Choreographer Robbie O’Reilly
Lighting Designer Richard Lambert
Designer David Shields
Casting Director Ben Newsome