Summer Strallen to star in Flying Into Daylight at Newcastle’s Live Theatre
Summer Strallen will star in the world premiere of Flying Into Daylight at Live Theatre in Newcastle later this year.
Strallen, whose credits include Top Hat at the Aldwych Theatre and The Sound of Music at the London Palladium, will star alongside Jos Vantyler in the production, which runs from November 27 to December 20, with press night on December 2.
The play will feature dancing by the cast and live music created and performed by Julian Rowlands
Written and co-directed by Ron Hutchinson, alongside Live’s artistic director, Max Roberts, the production is based on an original story by Victoria Fischer.
It will have design by Gary McCann and choreography by Amir Giles.
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