After being lucky enough to get a day seat for Glengarry Glen Ross starring Christian Slater I knew I had to try the stage door in an effort to meet the fantastic actor, who was one of my first crushes after being obsessed with Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves!
Fantastic actor and lovely man, posing for photos and signing autographs with everyone at the stage door.
Dave Moss – Robert Glenister
John Williamson – Kris Marshall
James Lingk – Daniel Ryan
Balen – Oliver Ryan
Ricky Roma – Christian Slater
Shelly Levene – Stanley Townsend
George Aaronow – Don Warrington
Alexander Hamilton – Ash Hunter Eliza Hamilton – Rachelle Ann Go Aaron Burr – Giles Terera
Angelica Schuyler – Rachel John
George Washington – Obioma Ugoala
Marquis de Lafayette/ Thomas Jefferson – Jason Pennycooke
Hercules Mulligan/Jasmes Madison – Tarrin Callender
John Laurens/Phillip Hamilton – Cleve September
Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds – Christine Allado King George – Michael Jibson
When I was starting to write my review for the show I ended up getting into small rant about the ticket I had bought so I thought it was best to write a separate blog post about it.
The prices were crazy and I’m actually outraged that I paid £89.50 for a seat that was actually a restricted view, who even decided that? I couldn’t see many of the things happening on the right side of the stage which I think for that price and not to be told that it was restricted is actually a disgrace. I obviously didn’t anything whilst inside the theatre as didn’t want to be that person considering it would be the fault of the people working as ushers.
Frederick Frankenstein – Hadley Fraser
Frau Blucher – Lesley Joseph
Igor – Ross Noble
Elizabeth Benning – Dianne Pilkington
Inga – Gemma Scholes
Inspector Kemp/Hermit – Patrick Clancy
The Monster – Nic Greenshields