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Gemma Sutton and Tim Rogers to star in Carousel

Gemma Sutton will star as Julie Jordan in Carousel.
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Gemma Sutton and Tim Rogers will star in a production of Carousel at London’s Arcola Theatre this summer.

Sutton will play Julie Jordan, with Rogers as Billy Bieglow in the new interpretation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical, which runs from June 18.

Sutton most recently appeared in Blues In The Night at Hackney Empire. Other recent credits include Drunk at the Bridewell Theatre, appearing as Roxie Hart in Chicago at Leicester Curve and as Amber in the UK tour of Hairspray.

Rogers starred in Jekyll and Hyde at the Union Theatre, as well as appearing in the UK tour of Aspects of Love and Whistle Down the Wind at the Palace Theatre.

Casting also includes Amanda Minihan, Vicki Lee Taylor, Joel Montague, Valerie Cutko, Richard Kent, Paul Hutton, Susanna Porter, Michael Carolan, Joseph Connor, Katrina Dix, Anton Fosh and Charlotte Gale.

Carousel is directed by Luke Fredericks, with choreography by Lee Proud, set and costume design by Stewart Charlesworth and lighting design by Catherine Webb.

Musical orchestrations are by Mark Cumberland, with musical supervision by Larry Blank and musical direction by Andrew Corcoran. Casting is by Ben Newsome.

It is produced by Morphic Graffiti with creative consultancy by Kim Poster and is presented in arrangement with R&H Theatricals Europe.

Carousel will run at the Arcola Theatre from June 18 to July 19 with a press night on June 23.

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