Episode 6 (ft. Dan Buckley): Evita, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Equus, Laura Baldwin’s return to Waitress + more!

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Actor Dan Buckley (Fiver/The Book of Mormon) joins West End Frame Editor, Andrew Tomlins, to discuss the latest goings on in theatreland.

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In this week’s episode, Andrew and Dan discuss Evita (Open Air Theatre), Equus (Trafalgar Studios) and Jerry Springer: The Opera (Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester); there’s lots of news about the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Six‘s global domination and 42nd Street PLUS find out why we’re excited about a new movie musical & Kristin Chenoweth’s new album!

Dan also discusses stories from his career, including why he loves Regional Theatre, what it was like to perform at the Sydney Opera House, his YouTube channel and what he does between acting jobs.

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  • Evita (pictured) runs at the Open Air Theatre until Saturday 21st September 2019.
  • Jerry Springer: The Opera runs at the Hope Mill Theatre until Saturday 31st August 2019.
  • Equus runs at Trafalgar Studios until Saturday 7th September 2019.



After making his professional debut in the 2011 UK tour of Spring Awkening, today’s guest co-host went on to make his West End debut in Loserville at the Garrick Theatre, winning a West End Frame Award for his performance.

He went on to be standby Elder Cunningham in the original West End cast of The Book Of Mormon. He has countess theatre credits, including Ushers, The Three Little Pigs, Sweeney Todd and Jest End. He starred in Eugenius! right from its premiere at the London Palladium through to its two runs at the Other Palace Theatre and, most recently, starred in new musical Fiver (pictured) which had a sell-out run at the Southwark Playhouse. Dan has also work-shopped lots of new work, most recently he took part in the workshop for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway-bound musical adaptation of Cinderella.

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