Caroline Keiff, a renowned stage actress, has made numerous stage appearances, including roles in The Far Pavilions, Wicked and Carmen in the West End. She has also appeared in a UK Summer Holiday tour as well as productions across the UK such as Guys and Dolls, Little Shop of Horrors, 42nd Street, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice and The Secret Garden. Rupert has gone unnoticed since he left Legally Blonde. He appeared in the off-Broadway play 7th Monarch in 2012 and played Judge Pitkin in the 2014 Broadway revival of On The Town. But it turned out he was supporting his colleague Legally Blonde Alum Borle when Falsettos was relaunched in 2016. Rupert created the role of Marvin on Broadway in 1992. The musical received mixed reviews, but was hailed as a fun and upbeat production. Ben Brantley, who reviewed the musical in the New York Times, wrote that the show was an “energetic, empty and expensive hymn to the glory of femininity.” He praised Laura Bell Bundy, saying, “She sings and dances perfectly, and she delivers silly lines as if she meant them.”  Clive Barnes, in his review in the New York Post, praised Heather Hach`s book, but criticized the “amorphous, synthetic, and incredibly empty music” and summed up the show as “an enjoyable, albeit noisy, night.”  Elysa Gardner wrote for USA Today that the musical was a “flattering trifle” and that the “cast ensures that events, no matter how condescending, are not irritating.”  Jeremy McCarter lamented in New York Magazine that the musical “evokes no memory of Tracy Flick, the student council activist who played Reese Witherspoon in Election before starring in Legally Blonde,” and wrote that the “manic drive” in Witherspoon`s performance in Legally Blonde was her favorite part of the film.  (Delta Nu/Student/Court Stenographer/u/s Chutney/Ensemble) Meg has been performing since she was two years old. She is thrilled to be a part of this incredible touring production. She would like to thank her family, Avalon Artists Group, Ivy Artist Management, cast and crew for this wonderful experience! Insta: @Meg.W.Frost “From The Top With Feeling” Ladies and gentlemen, your president of the Actorsâ Equity Association! After hanging up his hammer, Shindle played the role of the Mad Hatter in the short-lived Broadway wonderland. Then she tried her hand at production and worked on A Christmas Story. Most recently, Shindle appeared on stage as Alison on the national tour of Fun Home and continues to serve the community as president of the actors` and stage managers` union.
After being accepted to Harvard, Elle`s high-level classmates disapproved of her clothes and personality, and the only person willing to help her was legal assistant Emmett Forrest (“The Harvard Variations”). However, he cannot protect her from the bloodthirsty Professor Callahan (“Blood In The Water”) in class. Callahan kicks Elle out of the classroom at the suggestion of her classmate Vivienne Kensington, who happens to be Warner`s new friend. This “tragedy” evokes the apparitions of the sisters of Delta Nu, who, as a Greek choir visible and audible only by Her, encourage them to remain positive (“positive”). The creator of The Bend and Snap, Kritzer, left Legally Blonde for a role in A Catered Affair on Broadway (2008). In 2009, she entered the small stage in Rooms: A Rock Romance Off-Broadway before returning to Main Stem in 2010 as a performer in Sondheim on Sondheim. Kritzer followed with a number of Off-Broadway works, including NEWSical the Musical, Closer Than Ever at the York, The Memory Show, Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story, Gigantic at the Vineyard, and The Robber Bridegroom at Roundabout. In the meantime, she replaced the role of Bea in the company of Something Rotten! of Broadway. Legal Blonde was the first West End show to offer a ticket lottery.
The trend is popular on Broadway, but has never been used for a West End production.  The show had sold £2 million in advance before its official opening.  It extended its reservation period from the previous date of October 2011 to March 31, 2012. Lucy Durack played Elle Woods with Rob Mills as Warner, David Harris as Emmett, Erika Heynatz as Brooke Wyndham and Helen Dallimore as Paulette, with Cameron Daddo returning to the Australian stage for the first time in 20 years to play Professor Callahan.  Audiences first encountered Ashford`s comic genius as Margot, but now she`s a Broadway icon. She replaced Jeanie in the recent Broadway revival of Hair before assuming the role of Maureen in the off-Broadway revival of Rent at New World Stages in 2011. She starred in Benj Pasek and Justin Paul`s Dogfight and created the role of Lauren in Kinky Boots on Broadway, for which she received a Tony nomination. But it was her lead role as Essie Carmichael in the revival of You Canât Take It With You that earned Ashford his Tony Award. She went on to star alongside Matthew Broderick in Sylvia and was last seen last season as Dot/Marie in the limited revival of Sunday in the Park With George and spent her summer at the park as Helena in A Midsummer Night`s Dream. She has also been involved in television and film, with roles in Nurse Jackie and as a regular series on Masters of Sex. In 2016, she played Columbia in The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Letâ Do the Time Warp Again!. A London revival opened at the Regent`s Park Open Air Theatre from May 13 to July 2, 2022.
It was directed by Lucy Moss and choreographed by Ellen Kane. It stars Courtney Bowman as Elle, Michael Ahomka-Lindsay as Emmett, Lauren Drew as Brooke, Vanessa Fisher as Vivienne, Isaac Hesketh as Margot, Nadine Higgin as Paulette, Alžbeta Matyšáková as Enid, Eugene McCoy as Callahan, Grace Mouat as Pilar, Alistair Toovey as Warner, and Hannah Yun Chamberlain as Serena.  Hesketh was the first non-binary trans person to play Margot and Matyšáková was the first non-binary trans person to play Enid in a professional production of the series, changing the character of Enid to match Matyšáková`s non-binary identity. Warner proposes to Elle after he is abandoned by Vivienne. She kindly refuses, claiming to have been altered by the experience. Three years later, she finished first in her class. Paulette tells the audience that she doesn`t brag about her status as a farewell speaker, so she decided to allow Paulette to perform “Where Are They Now” during her speech. Paulette says Enid practices family law, that Vivienne trained for the Peace Corps and dropped out of Warner to pursue a modeling career. Callahan ran for governor but was defeated, and his wife hired Emmett to settle their divorce.
Paulette married Kyle, had two children and is pregnant with a third. They live in Worcester, Massachusetts, and Paulette bought a new salon (“Find My Way”). At the end of the graduation, she proposes to Emmett, who happily accepts (“Finale”). Since he invented the role of Emmett, Borle`s star has risen steadily and he is now a two-time Tony Award winner. He played the role of Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatcher, for which he won his first Tony, followed by Shakespeare in the musical Something Rotten!, which earned him a second Tony. Last season, he had two different roles: Marvin in the revival of Falsettos and Willy Wonka in the stage adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which earned him another Tony nomination. Borle was also busy on screen, playing Tom in NBC`s Smash, Uncle Max in The Sound of Music Live!, George Darling/Smee in Peter Pan Live! as well as a musical appearance in the Netflix reboot of Gilmore Girls alongside Sutton Foster. Then Borle will play in Encores! Production of Me and My Girl and becomes a guest star in season 5 of TVLandâs Younger, always alongside Foster. (Professor Callahan/Elle`s Dad/Winthrop) Mr. Carsten has been featured in Big League Productions` projects for over 25 years and is thrilled to reprise the role of Professor Callahan! Some of his favourite Big League roles include John Adams in 1776, Captain Hook in PETER PAN and Henry Higgins in MY FAIR LADY. Since 2014, Chris has appeared in the annual Big League Christmas production of A CHRISTMAS STORY The Musical as Jean Shephard. He thanks his family for their love and support! During the workshop phase of the musical, the song “Good Boy” existed in what would later become “Ireland” in the musical.
 In the song, Paulette and Elle connect on the idea that men are like dogs and should therefore be treated as such. At trial, Nikos, Brooke`s pool boy, claims to have had an affair with Brooke, which gives him a motive for the murder of her husband. After taking the Bend and Snap in front of Nikos and receiving no response, Elle suspects Nikos of being gay, although Callahan and his teammates are not convinced. His colleagues postulate that his perceived extravagance may be just a cultural difference, since Nikos is European. Emmett manages to drag Nikos and explain that his friend`s name is Carlos, although Nikos claims that he misunderstood “friend” for “best friend”. Carlos, tired of his gay friend`s closed nature, appears from the gallery and announces Nikos` homosexuality. Nikos admits that he is actually gay and European (“There! Right there! (Gay or European?) »). She, believing that the blonde is the problem, decides to become a brunette. She goes to the Hair Affair salon, where she meets beautician Paulette, who, after advising Elle that all bad hair choices are motivated by love, tells Elle about her dreams of meeting a handsome Irishman (“Ireland”), and encourages her not to give up or minimize her personal qualities. In the living room, Vivienne, who is talking about a party planned for next Friday, gives Elle an unexpected invitation and tells her that it is a costume party.