Emma Rice’s Romantics Anonymous is to be revived at Bristol Old Vic.
The musical adaptation of the French rom-com film will run from January 18 to February 1, with press night on January 23.
It will then embark on a US tour, visiting Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles and Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC.
Marc Antolin and Carly Bawden will reprise their roles as Jean-René and Angélique.
Further US tour dates and casting are to be announced.
Romantic Anonymous, which is set in a chocolate factory, has a book by Emma Rice, lyrics by Christopher Dimond and music by Michael Kooman.
Rice, who also directs, said: “Rarely have I made a show as beloved as Romantics Anonymous. It worked a gentle magic on all who created and saw it.
“Like Angélique creating her exquisite chocolates, fairy dust seems to float around this precious production and I, for one, cannot wait to bring it back.”
Set and costume design is by Lez Brotherston, lighting is by Malcolm Rippeth and sound is by Simon Baker. Nigel Lilley is the musical supervisor and choreography is by Etta Murfitt.
The musical is produced by Wise Children and US producers Plush Theatricals.