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The show has launched its first collection of onstage pictures, featuring all of their most iconic scenes, apart from a short video of the opening song Deliver Us. Already seen by more than 41 thousand people at 20 sold-out previews, the production has extended its London stay for 7 additional weeks – now scheduled to close on October 31st.
The miracle has finally happened. Last night, Dreamworks’ longtime classic opened as the West End musical we’ve been talking about for months. But the wonders are far from ending – although the original run was scheduled to close in mid-September, the production has just announced 7 additional weeks for its London stay, which now will conclude on Saturday 31st October.
With music and lyrics by legendary composer Stephen Schwartz, this version has already been seen by more than 41 thousand people at 20 sold-out previews, which has also led to an extra matinee for Tuesday 27th October. But for those who haven’t had the chance to enjoy the show yet, we have a double treat in store for them: the company has released its first production photographs, featuring its most iconic scenes, apart from a short video about the worldwide known opening number ‘Deliver Us’.
Directed by Scott Schwartz and coreographed by Sean Cheesman, the show tells the unforgettable story of two brothers suddenly divided by their secret past – one ruling as the Pharaoh, the other, as the liberator of his people. Produced by Dreamworks Theatricals, Michael McCabe and Neil Laidlaw, among others, the production features a 43-person cast, which includes Luke Brady (Moses), Liam Tamne (Ramses), Christine Allado (Tzipporah), Alexia Khadime (Miriam), Joe Dixon (Seti), Debbie Kurup (Queen Tuya), Gary Wilmot (Jethro), Mercedesz Csampai (Yocheved), Adam Pearce (Hotep), Tanisha Spring (Nefertari) and Silas Wyatt-Barke (Aaron).