February 12, 2014

Michael Esper, Jimmy Nail, Aaron Lazar, Sally Ann Triplett and More Will Star in Sting's The Last Ship on Broadway...

Initial casting and creative team have been announced for The Last Ship - the new musical with music and lyrics by 16-time Grammy winner Sting and book by Tony winner John Logan and Puliter Prize winner Brian Yorkey - which will begin previews Sept. 30 at Broadway's Neil Simon Theatre. Directed by Tony winner Joe Mantello with choreography by Olivier Award winner and Tony nominee Steven Hoggett, the production will officially open Oct. 26. Principal roles will be played by Michael Esper, Rachel Tucker, Jimmy Nail, Aaron Lazar, Sally Ann Triplett, Collin Kelly-Sordelet and Fred Applegate. Additional casting for the ensemble will be announced at a later date...


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January 08, 2014

World Premiere - The Last Ship is heading to Chicago June 10 - July 13, 2014!

AmericanExpress Card Members can get first access to tickets now thru 1/13/2014 at 11:59pm CT. Visit http://www.ticketmaster.com/...

January 07, 2014

The Hindu newspaper reviews The Last Ship...

''Though the folk of the British Isles ring through in the countryside album, the former Police frontrunner brings a global orchestral prominence to the collection – his tightest testament of songs in ages, which all play off each other blending into one brilliant narrative for a story where he reveals more of himself than he knows. Sting engages his listeners in his most intimate offering from his repertoire of songs with The Last Ship and you can choose to either drop anchor and stay grounded or set sail with him in this rapturous vessel...''


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December 29, 2013

There's a Sting in the tale yet - Sting talks to The Independent (Ireland)...

Former Police frontman Sting is finally comfortable with the fact he is no longer able to write pop songs. He tells Julia Molony how a self-penned play helped him beat writer's block, and explains just who he sees when he looks in the mirror. Sting walks into the hotel boardroom bundled in a high-collared grey coat against the cold. His hair is tightly shorn, his clothing muted, his skin a soft beige. He only lives around the corner, he says, from the hotel in Westminster, and presumably has walked here. Except for the crop and a few more lines, he looks like he could have stepped out of the black and white video for Englishman in New York...


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