The musical has just two cast members, but three pre-recorded 'voiceovers' are used to provide context ... two parole board members - Lee and Patricia Quinn, and a radio announcer - Les Dennis.
@ThrillMe2011 It was great working with you guys yesterday. - Very quick! But great. - Lovely team, I can't wait to see it.— Lee Mead (@leemeadofficial) March 5, 2011
Directed by Guy Retallack (who Lee first worked with on the UK tour of Miss Saigon in 2005) with book, music and lyrics by Stephen Dolginoff, the roles of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, the infamous 'Thrill Killers' from 1920's Chicago, are superby played by Jye Frasca and George Maguire, the solo piano of Musical Director, David Keefe, providing the only accompaniment to the intense and truly chilling performances.
The production transferred to the Charing Cross Theatre in May of the same year and was staged again in London at the Greenwich Theatre in April 2015 - the voiceover roles remaining constant, though the principal roles were of course re-cast for the later production.
More information can be found at CliMar Productions.
And finally, you can read Anita Butler's beautifully written review of the show at The British Theatre Guide
Last updated: 27 May 2015