Cast of Plaza Suite in West End with Sarah Jessica Parker

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in Plaza Suite. The pair are seen arguing over a couch in a hotel room
PLAZA SUITE. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. Photo Joan Marcus

Here’s who’s on the cast of the eagerly awaited West End transfer of Neil Simon’s celebrated comedy, Plaza Suite in London’s West End.

Joining the cast are the critically acclaimed two-time Tony Award winner Matthew Broderick and two-time Emmy Award winner Sarah Jessica Parker, making her West End debut.

They lead the play as three distinct couples in a series of uproarious acts set in the same hotel room. Matthew Broderick brings to life Sam Nash, Jesse Kiplinger, and Roy Hubley, while Sarah Jessica Parker portrays Karen Nash, Muriel Tate, and Norma Hubley.

The ensemble is further bolstered by Rohit Gokani as The Waiter, Charlie Oscar in the dual roles of Jean McCormack and Mimsey Hubley, and Eric Sirakian portraying both the Bellhop and Boden Eisler.

Supporting them are Nick Barclay (Standby for Sam Nash/Jesse Kiplinger/Roy Hubley), Caroline Sheen (Standby for Karen Nash/Muriel Tate/Norma Hubley), Jamie Coyne (Understudy for Bellhop/The Waiter/Boden Eisler) and Hannah Morrison (Understudy for Jean McCormack/Mimsey Hubley).

Plaza Suite is a comedic journey through the lives of three couples, all played by Broderick and Parker, in the titular Plaza Suite hotel room. From the long-married Karen and Sam facing marital trials, to high school sweethearts Muriel and Jesse rekindling their romance, and the frantic pre-wedding chaos of Norma and Roy Hubley, the play offers a hilarious snapshot of love and relationships.

Following its triumphant run in New York, where it became a Broadway sensation, Plaza Suite played to sold-out audiences and broke several box office records, emerging as one of the highest-grossing play revivals in Broadway history.

The play’s success is underpinned by an acclaimed creative team, including two-time Tony Award® winner John Lee Beatty (Set Design), Tony Award® winner Jane Greenwood (Costume Design), five-time Tony Award winner Brian MacDevitt (Lighting Design), Tony Award winner Scott Lehrer (Sound Design), Tony Award winner Marc Shaiman (Original Music), and esteemed Casting Director Jim Carnahan.

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