Drew McOnie presents a new stage adaptation of the Oscar winning movie The Artist.
Michel Hazanavicius’s hit 2011 film The Artist is brough to life on stage in a new adaptation by Award-winning director and choreographer Drew McOnie and Lindsey Ferrentino.
The Artist is rumoured to premiere in London in late 2023.
What's the story of The Artist?
In 1920s Hollywood the business of making dreams come true is in full swing.
Silent movie icon George Valentin has long been the darling of the silver screen when he falls for aspiring actress Peppy Miller.
But while her star is about to rise, his might soon flicker out: amidst all the glamour, laughter and romance, the silent movie industry is on the brink of a revolution.
With the Talkies on their way, George must either find his voice in a brave new world or lose everything he holds dear to a bygone era.
Who are the creative team of The Artist?
Based on the film The Artist by Michel Hazanavicius. This production is co-written by Drew McOnie and Lindsey Ferrentino, with direction and choreography by Drew McOnie.
The multi award-winning creative team for The Artist includes set and costume designs by Tony and Olivier Award winner Christopher Oram (Wolf Hall Parts I & II, Red, Frozen), music by Tony Award winner Simon Hale (Girl From The North Country, Get Up Stand Up!), lighting by Zoe Spurr (Good, Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World), sound by Tony and Olivier Award winner Simon Baker (Matilda The Musical, A Christmas Carol), video by Ash J Woodward (The 47th, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), puppetry by Maia Kirkman-Richards (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) and casting by Will Burton CDG. The Associate Director/Choreographer is Ebony Molina and the Musical Director is Chris Poon.