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The new musical follows two perpetually single friends in the age of Tinder...and Bumble and Grindr, and Hinge.

Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss

Casting has been revealed for the upcoming West End run of Why Am I So Single?, the new musical from Tony-winning SIX: The Musical creators Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss. Performances are set to begin at Garrick Theatre August 27 and continue through February 13, 2025. Moss is directing.

Newly joining previously announced leads Jo Foster, Leesa Tulley, and Noah Thomas will be Jordan Cambridge-Taylor and Collette Guitart, along with an ensemble comprising Jemima Brown, Josh Butler, Natasha Leaver, Ran Marner, Jamel Matthias, Olivia O’Connor, Joshian Angelo Omaña, Natasha Wilde, and Rhys Wilkinson. Swings Callum Bell, Owen McHugh, Caitlin Redpath, and Ebony Clarke will round out the company. Casting is by Harry Blumenau and Sarah-Jane Price of Harry Blumenau Casting.

With pop and musical-inspired songs, the show follows two perpetually single friends who can't figure out why they're so single or what to write their next musical about. The musical, featuring a book, music, and lyrics by Marlow and Moss, previously had a workshop at the Lilian Baylis Studio Theatre at Sadler's Wells in London last fall that featured Foster.

"This is ultimately a musical about two friends, their desire for love, and how they deal with loneliness," said Marlow and Moss in an earlier joint statement. "We hope people come away feeling super uplifted. And we hope they text someone the second they leave the theatre saying ‘omigosh just fyi i love you soooo much!!!!’"

The production will feature choreography by Ellen Kane; orchestrations, vocal arrangements, and music supervision by Joe Beighton; music production by Future Cut; set design by Moi Train; costume design by Max Johns; lighting design by Jai Morjaria; and sound design by Paul Gatehouse.

Kenny Wax, George Stiles, and Ameena Hamid serve as producers.


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