Hill Valley will see a fresh lineup as Back to the Future heads into its third year in the West End. Joining the production next month are Sarah Goggin (Sister Act) as Lorraine Baines, Jay Perry (Hamilton) as Goldie Wilson, Jordan Pearson (Ladhood) as Biff Tannen, Lee Ormsby (Les Misérables) as Strickland, Rhodri Watkins (Carousel) as Dave McFly, Patricia Wilkins (Flashdance) as Linda McFly, Elliott Evans (Eugenius!) as alternate Marty McFly, and Stephen Leask (School of Rock) as Alternate Doctor Emmett Brown.
The newcomers will join current cast members Cory English, Ben Joyce, Oliver Nicholas, and Sophie Naglik. The ensemble will also welcome Ella Beaumont, Alexander Day, Reece Darlington-Delaire, Helen Gulston, Matthew Ives, Connor Lewis, Louis Quinn, Grace Swaby-Moore, and Alexandra Wright, in addition to Sia Dauda, Dylan Gordon-Jones, Adam Margilewski, Bryan Mottram, Laura Mullowney, Anna Murray, Georgia Tapp, and Tavio Wright.
On August 16, 2023, the new cast will take the stage for the first time, with the production currently scheduled until February 2024.
Meanwhile, the acclaimed musical is in previews on Broadway and will celebrate its opening night on August 3. Plans for international productions are also underway.
Back to the Future, based on the beloved cult classic film, features a book by Bob Gale and new music and lyrics by Emmy and Grammy Award-winning Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard. The show includes iconic songs like "The Power of Love" and "Johnny B. Goode".
Directed by Tony Award winner John Rando, the production showcases the talents of its design team, with choreography by Chris Bailey, musical supervision and arrangements by Nick Finlow, and illusions by Chris Fisher. Casting is handled by David Grindrod Associates.
Produced by a collaboration of esteemed entities, the show is set to captivate audiences in the West End, with exciting prospects for further success worldwide.