& JULIET will play exclusively at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre from February 2023
With a book by Emmy® Award-winning Schitt’s Creek writer David West Read and music from legendary five-time GRAMMY® Award-winning songwriter/producer Max Martin, & JULIET sees Shakespeare’s most famous love story remixed with some of the most iconic pop songs of the last three decades in an uplifting story of self-discovery, empowerment and love.
Lorinda May Merrypor will take on her first starring role when the international smash hit opens exclusively in Melbourne at the Regent Theatre this February!
|Star of stage and screen Rob Mills will take on the role of Shakespeare, with leading lady and theatre icon Amy Lehpamer playing his wife, Anne. The role of Angélique will be played by the showstopping superstar Casey Donovan and our star-crossed lover Romeo will be played by the wildly talented industry heartthrob Blake Appelqvist.|
|Rounding out our principal cast, Hayden Tee returns home to Australia from Broadway and the West End to play Lance. And, we are thrilled to introduce 2 rising stars! Jesse Dutlow will play the role of May and Yashith Fernando will play Francois.|
|Joining them on stage is the cast of incredible players Georgia Anderson as Susanna, Jade Delmiguez as Eleanor, James Elmeras Kempe, Riley Gill as Imogen/Benvolio, Jerome Javier as Thomas, Giorgia Kennedy as Judith, Jordan Koulos as Richard, Sarah Murr as Lady Capulet/Nell, Coby Njoroge as Augustine, Jake O’Brien as Fletcher, Clay Roberts as Henry, Jacob Rozarioas Gregory, Selina Salgadoe as Gwynne, Sean Sinclair as Lord Capulet/Sly, Nathan James Tamati as Cuthbert, Romy Vuksan as Margaret, Aadhya Wijegoonawardena as Viola and Imani Williams as Lucy.|
& JULIET first premiered on the West End in 2019 at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London. It was nominated for nine and went on to win three Olivier Awards, as well as six WhatsOnStage Awards, the most of any production that year.
Tickets are currently available for performances from 26 February 2023 to 9 April 2023 exclusively through ticketek.com.au. Prices start from $89.90 and vary by performance, seat location, and during peak periods such as public and school holidays.
Tickets for preview performances from 26 February-8 March 2023 start at $69.90. Each performance in-season will have a set allocation of tickets priced at just $30.