Jamie Muscato will join the cast of The House of Mirrors and Hearts, a new British chamber musical to play in Studio 1 at Arcola Theatre from Thursday 2nd July 2015.
Jamie Muscato has recently appeared in Dogfight at Southwark Playhouse, The Light Princess at the National Theatre, and Rock of Ages, Love Story and Spring Awakening in the West End. Jamie has also appeared in both the film and the 25th Anniversary tour of Les Misérables.
When Anna’s husband is killed in a tragic accident at their home, her family’s life is changed forever. Seven years pass and, torn apart by grief, Anna has drunk herself numb. Her daughters, Lily and Laura, exist in a world of secrets and lies. They spend their days in bitter silence and suspicion, until Nathan, a new lodger studying the works of a forgotten poet, forces them to confront their past. Tensions within the family build, threatening to shatter this already broken household once and for all.
A timeless, atmospheric and intoxicating musical, The House of Mirrors and Hearts is a contemporary British story about a dysfunctional family haunted by their past.
The cast also features Gillian Kirkpatrick as Anna, Graham Bickley as David, Grace Rowe as Laura and Molly McGuire as Lily.
The House of Mirrors and Hearts is presented by Aria Entertainment (Jerry’s Girls, From Page to Stage) and Perfect Pitch (Lift, The Go-Between), two companies dedicated to the development of original British musicals. Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment and Andy Barnes for Perfect Pitch said today: “We are so thrilled to be joining forces on this beautiful British chamber musical. Both our companies are known individually for our work with emerging British composers and new writing but The House of Mirrors and Hearts is the first project we have had the wonderful opportunity to partner on. We both feel positive about the current climate of new musical theatre with more and more great initiatives and opportunities arising for new writing. Collaborating with like-minded people has to be the way forward in supporting the evident array of emerging talent.”
The House of Mirrors and Hearts will be directed by Ryan McBryde, whose credits include the current UK Tour of Saturday Night Fever, Angus, Thongs and Even More Snogging (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Hamlet The Musical (Northampton Royal & Derngate) and A Day at the Racists (Finborough Theatre).
Tickets can be booked through: www.arcolatheatre.com.