The 25th anniversary North American tour of the international hit musical Mamma Mia!,
which features the songs of the Swedish pop group ABBA, kicks off October 26 at the Clemens
Center in Elmira, New York. The tour, set to play more than 35 cities, will officially open November 2 in Denver at the Buell Theatre.
The cast is led by Christine Sherrill as Donna Sheridan, Alisa Melendez as Sophie Sheridan, Carly Sakolove as Rosie, Jalynn Steele as Tanya, Victor Wallace as Sam Carmichael, Rob Marnell as Harry Bright, Jim Newman as Bill Austin, and Grant Reynolds as Sky.
Rounding out the cast are Louis
Griffin, Patrick Park, L’Oréal Roaché, Haley Wright, Gabe Amato, Adia
Olanethia Bell, Xavi Soto Burgos, Emily Croft, Madison Deadman, Jordan
De Leon, Nico DiPrimio, Patrick Dunn, Stephanie Genito, Tassy Kirbas,
Danny Lopez-Alicea, Makoa, Faith Northcutt, Jasmine Overbaugh, Gray
Phillips, Blake Price, Dorian Quinn, and Amy Weaver.
“For the past 25 years, Mamma Mia! has entertained audiences around the world from London to Broadway to regional productions and on the big screen,” producer Judy Craymer said in an earlier statement. “We could not be more excited for new and returning audiences to experience Mamma Mia! this upcoming season.”
Since premiering in London in 1999 and subsequently on Broadway in 2001, the musical has been presented in 16 languages and grossed more than $4 billion.
The tale of a mother, a daughter, and three possible dads on a Greek island paradise played 14 years on Broadway, first at the Winter Garden Theatre, then at the Broadhurst. The show has had three previous North American tours: in 2000 before the Broadway run, again in 2012, and the latest ending in 2017.
The production features designs by Mark Thompson, lighting design by Howard Harrison, sound design by Andrew Bruce and Bobby Aitken, and musical supervision, additional material, and arrangements by Martin Koch.
The North American tour is booked by The Booking Group with casting by Tara Rubin Casting.
The musical is produced by Craymer, Richard East, and Ulvaeus for
Littlestar in association with Universal. Amy Jacobs of Bespoke
Theatricals is the executive producer in association with Work Light
For the current touring itinerary, visit MammaMiaTheTour.com.