Casting has been announced for the world premiere of Corrina, Corrina at Liverpool Everyman Theatre.
Corrina, Corrina is a new play by award-winning Liverpool-based playwright Chloe Moss.
A co-production between Headlong and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, Headlong’s Artistic Director Holly Race Roughan (Metamorphoses) directs the production which will open at the Liverpool Everyman on the 17 May and run until 4 June.
Laura Elsworthy (Romeo & Juliet, Northern Girls) plays the title role of Corrina, with James Bradwell (My Night with Reg, Romeo & Juliet) as Angelo, David Crellin (Wuthering Heights, Coronation Street) as the Captain, Martin Sarreal (U.Me: The Musical) as Rafael, Mike Noble (Help, Game) as Will and Angelo Paragoso (Paper Dolls) as Rizal.
The creative team is completed by set and costume designer Moi Tran, dramaturg Mingyu Lin, composer and sound designer Max Perryment, lighting and video designer Josh Pharo, movement director Chi-San Howard, assistant director Ericka Posadas, audio describer Anne Hornsby and audio description consultant Mandy Redvers Rowe.
“It’s always bad luck for a woman to be on board… no offence.”
Corrina, following in her seafaring father’s footsteps, boards a cargo ship set for Singapore. Not everyone is pleased to have her aboard… and not everyone will make it to their final destination. This gripping thriller set at sea explores what happens when we think no one is watching us. A story of power dynamics, superstitions and revenge.
For more information and tickets, visit www.everymanplayhouse.com