Lucie Jones

Lucie Jones to star in SuperYou concert production

Lucie Jones to star in a concert production of SuperYou at the Lyric Theatre in London.

SuperYou is an empowering female-led musical, celebrating the journey of a comic book artist who finds her voice when her own superheroine creations come to life. Billed as a new rock musical, it is written and composed by Lourds Lane (who also stars in the production).

Creator, Lourds Lane, says, “There are no words to express how thrilled I am for audiences to experience a little taste of the music and story of SuperYou performed by Lucie Jones and the rest of our showstopping London cast.  But I think what excites me the most, is meeting the fans – the ones who rushed the stage at last year’s Musical Con, the ones who have been posting covers of themselves singing our music for the last three years, the ones who send us comic book art of our superheroes, and those diehards who travel far and wide to see us at every show.  This concert is our first big London launch, and I can’t wait to meet the “SuperYoumans” who feel inspired to come out to see us here at the Lyric first before our anticipated West End-run next year.

The production will run for 1 night on Wednesday 15 November 2023 with a teaser also taking place at Musical Con late next month.

Lucie Jones most recently played Fantine in Les Miserables at the Sondheim Theatre in London. Other West End credits include Elphaba in Wicked and the lead role of Jenna in Waitress.

SuperYou has direction and choreography by Joann M Hunter, music supervision and arrangements by Wendy Bobbitt Cavett, projection design by Caite Hevner, lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones, sound design by Justin Teasdale and is produced by Melissa M Jones with general management by Anthology Theatre Productions.

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👤 📅29 September 2023
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