Cast announced for Irving Berlin’s White Christmas musical at Sheffield’s Crucible theatre

Cast and creatives have been announced for Sheffield Theatres’ revival of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas.

The festive favourite musical will run at Crucible Theatre, Sheffield from 9 December 2023 – 13 January 2024.

Making up the cast are Craig Armstrong as Ezekiel and Understudy Waverley; Megan Armstrong as Ensemble/as cast and Understudy Martha; George Blagden as Bob; Charlie Booker as Ensemble; Danny Collins as Sheldrake and Understudy Phil; Alastair Crosswell as Onstage Swing; Ewen Cummins as Waverley; Adam Davidson as Ensemble; Jasmine Davis as Ensemble; Emily Goodenough as Ensemble, Understudy Judy and Dance Coach; Ryan Gover as Ensemble; Chloe Hopcroft as Onstage Swing; Emma Johnson as Ensemble and Understudy Betty; Thomas-Lee Kidd as Ensemble and Understudy Bob; Sandra Marvin as Martha; Grace Mouat as Betty; Natasha Mould as Judy; Stuart Neal as Phil; Hakeem Tinubu as Ensemble; D’Mia Lindsay Walker as Ensemble; and Lucy Young as Ensemble

Former soldiers turned successful showbiz duo Bob and Phil are on the lookout for a new act. On meeting singing sisters Betty and Judy they are immediately smitten. When the four wind up performing a gig together at a remote Vermont ski resort, they discover that the hotel is owned by the boys’ old army commander.

But the place is on the verge of bankruptcy thanks to an unseasonal lack of snow. Can the talented foursome transform the lodge’s fortunes in time for Christmas? And will the snow start to fall?

Directed by Paul Foster, the production has design by Janet Bird, choreography by Alistair David, lighting design by Richard Howell, sound design by Tony Gayle, musical direction by Alex Parker, new musical orchestrations by Jason Carr, casting direction by Stuart Burt CDG, assistant direction by Beth Knight and assistant choreography by Victoria Hinde.

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About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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