Watch West End's Jocasta Almgill Perform Grease's 'There Are Worse Things I Could Do' | Playbill

Video Watch West End's Jocasta Almgill Perform Grease's 'There Are Worse Things I Could Do'

Nikolai Foster again directs Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey’s '50s-set musical in London.

Our "summer nights" just got even better with a new clip of Jocasta Almgill performing "There Are Worse Things I Could Do" from the return of the 2022 West End revival of Grease, which began June 2 at the Dominion Theatre.

Watch Almgill's performance in the video above.

Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey’s international hit will continue through October 28. Nikolai Foster again directs the limited engagement with choreography by Arlene Phillips.

The summer production features returning cast members Dan Partridge as Danny, Olivia Moore as Sandy, and Almgill as Rizzo, joined by Jason Donovan and Peter Andre alternating in the role of the Teen Angel.

The company is completed by Soloman Davy as Kenickie, Callum Henderson as Roger, Katie Brace as Jan, Jake Reynolds as Doody, Ellie Kingdon as Marty, George Michaelides as Sonny, Olivia Foster-Browne as Frenchy, Jayd’n Tyrone as Eugene, Chloe Saunders as Patty Simcox, Katie Dunsden as Cha Cha, Liam McHugh as Johnny Casino, Darren Bennett as Vince Fontaine and Teen Angel at certain performances, and Rachel Stanley as Miss Lynch with Michael Anderson, Alicia Belgrade, Kirsty Ingram, Jordan Isaac, D’Mia Lindsay-Walker, Carly Miles, Luke Redmore, Samuel Routley, Darcey Simmons, Sario Solomon, Joshua Steel, and Allana Taylor.

The new production of the '50s-set musical features designs by Colin Richmond, orchestrations and musical supervision by Tony winner Sarah Travis (Sweeney Todd), lighting design by Ben Cracknell, sound design by Tom Marshall and Richard Brooker, video and projection design by Douglas O'Connell, and casting by David Grindrod.

This production is dedicated to the memory of Olivia Newton-John, who played Sandy in the blockbuster film version of Grease and passed away in August 2022.

Grease is produced by Colin Ingram for InTheatre Productions, Donovan Mannato, Playing Field, Gavin Kalin, and Curve.


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