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Broadway’s smash-hit musical comedy Some Like It Hot is coming to the West End in 2025

Broadway’s Tony Awarding musical Some Like It Hot brings one of Hollywood’s greatest comedies to new life on stage.

Don’t miss your chance to join this fast-paced, sassy, brassy cross-country romp, as two best friends run for their lives – and find true love where they least expect it.

Featuring a joyous score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Sister Act, Hairspray), and a book by Matthew López (The Inheritance) and Amber Ruffin (“The Amber Ruffin Show”), Some Like It Hot is a fabulous new musical comedy that won four 2022 Tony Awards.

CONFIRMED! Some Like It Hot is coming to the West End in 2025, produced by The Shubert Organization and Neil Meron in partnership with Ambassador Theatre Group.

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What's the story of Some Like It Hot?

Set in Chicago when Prohibition has everyone thirsty for a little excitement, Some Like It Hot is the rollicking story of two musicians forced to flee the Windy City after witnessing a mob hit. With gangsters hot on their heels, they’re on the run as the newest members of the swingingest big band ever to cross the country. Can they hide in plain sight without completely losing themselves? Or will the mob, the truth, and maybe even love itself finally catch up to them?

Who are the creative team of Some Like It Hot?

Music and lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Sister Act, Hairspray), book by Matthew López (The Inheritance) and Amber Ruffin (“The Amber Ruffin Show”), with additional material by Christian Borle and Joe Farrell.

The 2022 – 2023 Broadway production featured a creative team that included: Choreography and direction by Casey Nicholaw, music supervision by Mary-Mitchell Campbell, music direction by Darryl Archibald, orchestrations by Charlie Rosen and Bryan Carter, vocal arrangements by Marc Shaiman, dance and incidental music arrangements by Glen Kelly, music coordination by Kristy Norter, casting by The Telsey Office’s Bethany Knox, scenic design by Scott Pask, costume design by Gregg Barnes, lighting design by Natasha Katz, sound design by Brian Ronan, hair design by Josh Marquette, make-up design by Milagros Medina-Cerdeira, production stage manager Karen Moore, production manager Juniper Street Productions 101 Productions as general manager, hair and skin consultant Cheryl Thomas. 


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News about Some Like It Hot

Some Like It Hot announces West End opening in 2025 as it closes on Broadway
Big Broadway show Some Like It Hot has posted its closing notices in New York, finishing its run on 30 December 2023. The show closes just over a year after the $19.5 million musical opened at the Shubert Theatre, and will have played 482 performances. Now producers have revealed that they are looking at a West End run for the musical in 2025, plus a planned US national tour that kicks off in September 2024. The West End production will be produced by The Shubert Organization and Neil Meron, in partnership with Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG). Some Like It Hot is based on the 1959 movie written and directed by Billy Wilder. The Broadway show was nominated for 13 Tony Awards in 2022, and scored four gongs - with Casey Nicholaw winning for Best Choreography, Charlie Rosen and Bryan Carter for Best Orchestrations, Gregg Barnes for Best Costumes in a Musical, and J. Harrison Ghee for Best Lead Actor in a Musical. The show boasts music and lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Sister Act, Hairspray) and a book by Matthew López and Amber Ruffin, and is directed by Casey Nicholaw. Additional material is by Christian Borle and Joe Farrell, with music supervision by Mary-Mitchell Campbell, music direction by Darryl Archibald, and orchestrations by Charlie Rosen and Bryan Carter. Vocal arrangements are by Marc Shaiman, dance and incidental music arrangements are by Glen Kelly, with music coordination by Kristy Norter. The production is cast by The Telsey Office's Bethany Knox. The cast includes J. Harrison Ghee as Jerry/Daphne, Christian Borle as Joe/Josephine, Adrianna Hicks as Sugar, Kevin Del Aguila as Osgood, NaTasha Yvette Williams as Sweet Sue, Adam Heller as Mulligan, Mark Lotito as Spats, and Angie Schworer as Minnie. The ensemble includes TyNia René Brandon, Ian Campayno, DeMarius Copes, Casey Garvin, Devon Hadsell, Ashley Elizabeth Hale, Jenny Hill, K.J. Hippensteel, Jarvis B. Manning Jr., Brian Martin, Abby Matsusaka, Amber Owens, Kayla Pecchioni, Charles South, Brendon Stimson, Raena White, Julius Williams, and Richard Riaz Yoder. The creative team also features scenic design by Scott Pask, costume design by Gregg Barnes, lighting design by Natasha Katz, sound design by Brian Ronan, hair design by Josh Marquette, and make-up design by Milagros Medina-Cerdeira. Karen Moore servies as production stage manager. Juniper Street Productions is production manager, with 101 Productions as general manager. Cheryl Thomas is the hair and skin consultant. Some Like It Hot is produced by The Shubert Organization and Neil Meron and co-produced by MGM on Stage, Roy Furman, Robert Greenblatt, James L. Nederlander, Kenny Leon, Hunter Arnold, John Gore Organization, The Dalgleish Library Company Group, Sheboygan Conservatory Partners, Ambassador Theatre Group Productions, Bob Boyett, Cue to Cue Productions, Janet and Marvin Rosen, The Araca Group, Concord Theatricals, Marc Howard, Independent Presenters Network, Juanita Jordan, Jujamcyn Theaters, Henry R. Muñoz III, Ostar, and Mariah Carey. D. S. Moynihan is executive producer. There are no more details on dates or venues for the West End run, but we'll bring you news as soon as we have it. It is assumed it will play one of ATG's London venues. LONDON: More about tickets to Some Like It Hot in London's West End NEW YORK: Buy tickets to Some Like It Hot at the Shubert Theatre on Broadway
Broadway Updates: Some Like It Hot musical final casting announced
Full and final casting has been announced for the forthcoming Broadway premiere of Some Like It Hot, which is set to start previews at the Shubert Theatre on 1 November 2022, ahead of its 11 December opening night. The show is adapted from the classic 1959 Billy Wilder movie, and has a book by The Inheritance's Matthew López and Amber Ruffin, plus a score by Hairspray's Marc Shaiman (music and lyrics) and Scott Wittman (lyrics). New names joining the cast are Tia Altinay, TyNia René Brandon, Ian Campayno, DeMarius Copes, Casey Garvin, Devon Hadsell, Ashley Elizabeth Hale, Jenny Hill, K.J. Hippensteel, Abby Matsusaka, Jarvis B. Manning Jr., Brian Thomas Martin, Amber Owens, Kayla Pecchioni, Richard Riaz Yoder, Angie Schworer, Charles South, Brendon Stimson, Raena White, and Julius Williams. They join already announced names including Christian Borle, J. Harrison Ghee, Adrianna Hicks, Kevin Del Aguila, NaTasha Yvette Williams, Adam Heller, and Mark Lotito. Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon, Mean Girls) is directing and choreographing. Other creatives include set designer Scott Pask, costume designer Gregg Barnes, lighting designer Natasha Katz, sound designer Brian Ronan, hair and wig designer Josh Marquette, make-up designer Milagros Medina-Cerdiera, music supervisor Mary-Mitchell Campbell, music director Darryl Archibald, orchestrators Charlie Rosen and Bryan Carter, dance and incidental music arranger Glen Kelly, and hair and skin consultant Cheryl Thomas.

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