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Cast Announced for Chicago at the Phoenix Theatre

Sarah Soetaert, Josefina Gabrielle and Ruthie Henshall will be leading the cast of Chicago at London’s Phoenix Theatre. They will join the previously announced Cuba Gooding Jr who is set to make his UK stage debut playing Billy Flynn.

Sarah Soetaert (Cats, Carousel, Kiss Me, Kate) will be playing Roxie Hart, a role that she has previously played at the Cambridge and Garrick Theatres. Josefina Gabrielle (Oklahoma!, Hello, Dolly!, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) will be playing Velma Kelly for the first time, having previously played Roxie Hart at the Adelphi and Cambridge Theatres. Ruthie Henshall (Cats, Les Miserables, Billy Elliot) is set to play Mama Morton giving her the distinction of being the only British actress to play all three female leads in Chicago.

Chicago is playing a limited run at the Phoenix Theatre from March 26th to June 23rd. Book Chicago tickets now to ensure the best seats at the best prices.

 



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