Curve is set to re-release five-star production of Sunset Boulevard – At Home, with all proceeds going toward The Andy Nairn Bursaries in Technical Theatre.
Available to stream online from Monday 10 to Saturday 15 May, the digital production reunited company members from the award-winning 2017 Made at Curve touring production.
Sunset Boulevard – At Home was the last show Curve’s Head of Production Andy Nairn worked on before he passed away on 26 November. All money from ticket sales and donations for the upcoming run will go toward the newly founded bursary, which was set up by Curve, Derby Theatre and Nottingham Playhouse.
Cast includes Ria Jones as Norma Desmond, Danny Mac as Joe Gillis, Molly Lynch as Betty Schaefer, Adam Pearce as Max Von Mayerling, Dougie Carter as Artie Green and Carl Sanderson as Cecil B DeMille, as well as Benjamin Chambers, Owen Chaponda, Joanna Goodwin, Kristoffer Hellström, James Meunier, Gemma Naylor, Joanna O’Hare, Jessica Paul, Sam Peggs and Barney Wilkinson.
Set on a turbulent New Year’s Eve in 1940s Hollywood, Sunset Boulevard is a gripping tale of romance, glamour and obsession. The production is directed by Nikolai Foster with musical supervision by Stephen Brooker, musical direction by Chris Mundy and orchestral management by Stephen Hill for Musicians UK Ltd.
The production team also includes set designer Colin Richmond, choreographer Lee Proud, lighting designer Ben Cracknell, sound designer Tom Marshall, video designer Douglas O’Connell and casting by David Grindrod CDG. The production was filmed and edited by Crosscut Media.
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