The recent production of Songs For A New World is to return to the West End in 2021.
Jason Robert Brown's song cycle will play a limited run in the West End at the Vaudeville Theatre between 5 February and 7 March 2021 with tickets on sale now here.
It follows two socially distanced shows to audiences on October and a critically acclaimed streamed performance via The Other Palace.
The new West End run will star David Hunter (Waitress), Rachel John (Hamilton), Cedric Neal (Motown The Musical) and Rachel Tucker (Come From Away). They will be joined by recent graduate Shem Omari James.
The production will be directed by Séimí Campbel, with music direction by Josh Winstone, musical supervision by Adam Hoskins, lighting by Jack Knowles and sound by Jonny Dickie of Robins Audio.
The Jason Robert Brown classic examines life, love and the choices we make.
A teaser reads: "Transport through time and space to meet a startling array of characters - every one of them so different, but all representing our world today and our hopes for a new world… a better world."
Producers Jamie Lambert and Eliza Jackson said: "This show garnered a huge amount of critical acclaim when it played the London Palladium in early October, and we are hugely grateful to the brilliant team at Nimax for working with us to bring this phenomenal production to the Vaudeville.
"The show reflects so brilliantly all that is happening in our world right now, whilst also providing hope and light in a time where so many theatre fans are feeling the effect that the pandemic has had on our industry. We can't wait for more people to see this production in all its glory in a West End run."