Image: Charlie Stemp surrounded by female cast members dressed in pink ruffled outfits. Text: Crazy for You A Chichester Festival Theatre Production.
Charlie Stemp in Crazy For You
Ensemble in Crazy For You
Image: Charlie Stemp surrounded by female cast members dressed in pink ruffled outfits. Text: Crazy for You A Chichester Festival Theatre Production.
Charlie Stemp in Crazy For You
Ensemble in Crazy For You
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The musical romantic comedy returns to dazzle West End audiences.

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Crazy For You London Tickets 

In Crazy For You, stagestruck Bobby Child is torn between his showbiz dreams and his wealthy mother and fiancée's demands for him to run the family bank in New York. At his mother's behest, Bobby reluctantly travels west to Nevada to the quiet mining town of Deadrock to foreclose on a mortgage. However, he finds that the mortgage is on a dilapidated Victorian theatre. What's more, the owner's daughter Polly is the girl of his dreams.

Torn by love and desperate to prove himself, Bobby plans to put on a show – complete with dancers from New York's Follies – to save the theatre. But what will happen when Polly discovers his real reason for being in Deadrock? Find out for yourself with Crazy For You London tickets.

Shall We Dance?

George and Ira Gershwin's musical comedy, Crazy For You, celebrated its 30th-anniversary revival at Chichester Festival Theatre before making its West End transfer. Having choreographed the original production in 1992, Susan Stroman returned to choreograph and direct the show. Her contribution to the original production earned her first Tony for Best Choreography. Thirty years later, she returned to spearhead the revival, and Crazy For You tickets have never been more in demand!

You’ll find that the musical is full of catchy Gershwin melodies, including showstoppers such as 'Embraceable You', 'I Got Rhythm', and 'Someone To Watch Over Me'.

The original Broadway production won several awards, including the Tony Award for Best Musical, Best Choreography and Best Costume Design in 1992 and two Drama Desk Awards in the same year. In addition, the 1993 London production boasts three Laurence Olivier Awards, including Best New Musical.

Did You Know

  • Crazy For You successfully captures the essence of the Golden Age of Musicals, exuding a nostalgic charm that could easily make you believe it was created during the same era as classics like 42nd Street, Shall We Dance, and Anything Goes
  • The production draws heavily from the 1930 musical Girl Crazy, composed by the same songwriting team, and shares similarities in its storyline, featuring Danny Churchill, who is dispatched to oversee his family's ranch in the fictional Custerville, Arizona.
  • An album featuring the cast's performances was released by Angel Records.
  • Many of these songs were originally penned for other Gershwin musicals in the 1930s, showcasing their timeless brilliance. 
  • Notably, the musical is renowned for its impressive tap dancing sequences that demand exceptional skill and precision. See it for yourself with Crazy For You tickets!

Please Bear In Mind

Children under the age of 4 will not be admitted into the theatre. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium. This production contains smoke and haze effects.

Please note the producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist. The schedule is subject to change and may be affected by contracts, holidays, illness or events beyond the producers’ control.

Crazy For You London Cast

Main Cast

  • Bobby Child - Charlie Stemp

  • Polly Baker - Carly Anderson

  • Bela Zangler - Tom Edden

  • Irene Roth - Natalie Kassanga

  • Lank Hawkins - Mathew Craig

  • Everett Baker - Duncan Smith

  • Lottie Child - Marilyn Cutts

  • Eugene Fodor - Sam Harrison

  • Patricia Fodor - Rina Fatania

  • Standby Bobby Child - Jack Wilcox

Crazy For You London Creatives

Main Creatives

  • Music & Lyrics - George Gershwin And Ira Gershwin

  • Book - Ken Ludwig

  • Co-Conception - Ken Ludwig And Mike Ockrent

  • Inspired By Material By - Guy Bolton And John Mcgowan

  • Direction & Choreography - Susan Stroman

  • Set Designer - Beowulf Boritt

  • Costume Designer - William Ivey Long

  • Lighting Designer - Ken Billington

  • Sound Designer - Kai Harada

  • Musical Supervisor & Musical Director - Alan Williams

  • New Orchestrations - Doug Besterman & Mark Cumberland

  • New Arrangements - David Krane

  • Original Arrangements - Peter Howard

  • Original Orchestrations - William David Brohn

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