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Ruth Leon recommends… Bonnie & Clyde: The Musical

Ruth Leon recommends… Bonnie & Clyde: The Musical
Ruth Leon recommends… Bonnie & Clyde: The Musical

Bonnie & Clyde: The Musical

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Bonnie & Clyde The Musical is the story of two small-town kids from the middle of nowhere who became the biggest folk heroes in all America. They craved adventure – and each other. Fearless, shameless, and alluring, this story of love, adventure and crime captured the attention of an entire nation.    

Here is the fully staged production of the hit musical starring Jeremy Jordan, currently starring in The Great Gatsby on Broadway as Clyde Barrow, the part he originated in the musical’s 2011 Broadway production. Opposite him is Frances Mayli McCann, who originated the role of Bonnie Parker in the West End.

The cast also includes George Maguire as Buck, Natalie McQueen as Blanche, Trevor Dion Nicholas as Preacher, Liam Tamne as Ted, Casey Al-Shaqsy as Stella, Simon Anthony as Cop/Bud/Archie/Deputy Johnson, Gillian Bevan as Cummie Barrow/Eleanor, Eloise Davies as Trish, Adrian Grove as Henry Barrow, Debbie Kurup as Governor Miriam Ferguson, Matthew Malthouse as Bob Alcorn, Jeremy Secomb as Judge/Sheriff Schmid, Russell Wilcox as Captain Frank Hamer, and Julie Yammanee as Emma Parker.

Directed by Nick Winston, Bonnie and Clyde The Musical features  features music by multi-Grammy, Tony and Emmy Award nominee Frank Wildhorn,  lyrics by Tony and Oscar winner Don Black and a book by Ivan Menchell.  Both Frank Wildhorn, and Don Black were Tony-nominated for this score.

Bonnie & Clyde The Musical: Filmed Live, was recorded in January 2022 during two concert performances at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

It will be streaming on demand from Monday 24 June 2024

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