This Little Life of Mine will have its World Premiere at Park Theatre followed by a limited run from 4th October – 29th October. This brand new production will be staged in Park90, and will be a musical drama that examines the real lives of modern Londoners, with the pressure of high expectation and the worry of underachieving.
A story about the gulf between desire and reality, This Little Life of Mine speaks with honesty and candour to a generation spoiled for choice, and challenged by it too. While exploring contemporary themes, from dating to infertility to getting on the property ladder, the show has a timeless love story at its heart. This Little Life of Mine is a musical drama, which is as funny as it is moving.
The book for This Little Life of Mine is written by Michael Yale, who will also be directing this World Premiere. The music is written by Charlie Round-Turner, with set and costume design by Zahra Mansouri, choreography by Tracy Allsop, lighting design by Joules McCready, video artistry by Jack Henry James, and musical direction by Thomas Duchan.
Greg Barnett, who will play: Raphael/Dom/Tom/Steve/Doctor, has stage credits including These Trees are Made of Blood at the Southwark Playhouse, Therese Raquin at Park Theatre, Making a Scene at the National Theatre, The School for Scandal at the Theatre Royal Bath and Swallows and Amazons at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Kate Batter, playing Izzy, most recent credits include: Cinderella at Wyllyotts Theatre, The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary at The Royal Albert Hall, The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre, and The Sound of Music on UK Tour
This Little Life of Mine is produced by Stage Traffic Productions. Stage Traffic Productions is a newly formed theatre company set up by Michael Yale (Book and Director) and Eilene Davidson (Producer) to produce theatre based on “strong storytelling and powerful performances, focusing on what live performance does well – to engage and enthral audiences.”