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Further casting announced for Don Juan in Soho with David Tennant
Adrian Scarborough will star as Stan opposite Gawn Grainger
Further casting has been announced for the upcoming revival of Patrick Marber's Don Juan in Soho which runs at the Wyndham's Theatre from 17 March 2017 to 10 June 2017, with an official opening on 28 March.
Joining the previously announced David Tennant in the title role will be Adrian Scarborough who will star as Stan and Gawn Grainger who will play Louis. They will be joined by Theo Barklem-Biggs (Pete), Mark Ebulué (Aloysius), Mark Extance (ensemble), David Jonsson (Col), Dominique Moore (Lottie), Emma Naomi (ensemble), Alice Orr-Ewing (Mattie and Ruby), Himesh Patel (Vagabond), Adrian Richards (ensemble), William Spray (ensemble), Danielle Vitalis (Elvira) and Eleanor Wyld (Dalia).
Directed by Patrick Marber the production features set and costume designs by Anna Fleischle, lighting by Mark Henderson and sound and music by Adam Cork. Final casting will be announced at a later date.
"Please don’t be charmed, he’s not a lovable rogue...Loosely based on Molière’s tragicomedy 'Don Juan', this savagely funny and filthy modern update transports the action to contemporary London and follows the final adventures of its debauched protagonist – a cruel seducer who lives only for pleasure."
Adrian Scarborough was last on stage as The Fool in Sam Mendes’ production of King Lear at the National Theatre where his many credits also include After the Dance, The Habit of Art, Time and the Conways, Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, The False Servant, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, The David Hare Trilogy, The Day I Stood Still and The Wind in the Willows. In the West End his credits include Betty Blue Eyes and Humble Boy.
Gawn Grainger was most recently on stage in The Entertainer for the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company at the Garrick Theatre. His other theatre credits include The Cherry Orchard at the Young Vic, Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe and The Recruiting Officer at the Donmar Warehouse as well as Onassis, Absolutely Perhaps and The Crucible all in the West End.