Breakfast At Tiffanys at The Theatre Royal
The full cast for “Breakfast at Tiffanys,” has been announced.Breakfast At Tiffanys will start previews at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket on September the 9th, prior to an official opening Sept. 29, for a run that is currently booking to Jan. 9, 2010.
The Cast of Breakfast At Tiffanys
- Anna Friel – Holly Golightly,
- Joseph Cross – William
- James Dreyfus- “Fred” Parsons
- Suzanne Bertish – Madama Spanella
Other members of the cast:
Dermot Crowley,John Ramm, James Bradshaw, Gwendoline Christie, Felix D’Alviella, Nicholas Goh, Annie Hemingway, Sam Hoare, Natalie Klamar and David Phelan
- Directed by Sean Mathias,
Set and costume designs by Anthony Ward,
- Lighting by Bruno Poet,
- Sound by Paul Groothuis,
- Choreography by Wayne McGregor,
- Original music composed and arranged by Grant Olding.
Breakfast At Tiffanys- the story
Set in New York City in 1943, the story of Breakfast At Tiffany’s revolves around a young writer from Louisiana, William “Fred” Parsons. Parsons encounters the delightful Miss Holly Golightly Charming and vivacious Holly is the ultimate good-time girl. Her looks and coquettish behaviour ensures that everyone she meets falls in love with Holly. Fred isn’t immune to her charms and falls hard for Holly but he is poor. Holly has set her heart on a rich husband. S has plenty of choice, she might marry Rusty, a playboy millionaire or maybe José, the future president of Brazil? But Holly’s plans go wrong when she begins to fall in love with William – and then her past catches up with her.
I expect most of us have seen the film and the divine Audrey Hepburn, I thought I’d try and find a clip of her singing Moonriver