StageArt announces Saturday Night Fever cast

Stageart SNFStageArt has announced a stellar cast for the lead and ensemble roles for their West End revival production of Saturday Night Fever at Chapel Off Chapel in February 2016.

Mike Snell (Strictly Ballroom, Wicked, Legally Blonde, The Boy From Oz, Winner of Channel 10’s I Will Survive) will play Brooklyn heartthrob Tony Manero, Sheridan Anderson (West Side Story, Pippin, Our House) will play Stephanie his dance partner.

Elise Brennan (Jersey Boys, Guys and Dolls) will play Annette; Dean Shulz plays Bobby C; Paul Watson (Once, Jersey Boys, Fiddler On The Roof) plays the dual roles of Frank/Monty, Duane McGregor (Grease, Xanadu) plays Joey; Joseph Spanti is Double J; Jemma Townsend plays the roles of Flo/Maria; Geoffrey Winter plays Frank Jnr/Fosco; David Sirianni (West Side Story) will play the role of Cesar.

Luke Alleva starred in the West End production of Saturday Night Fever in 2005. He will direct and choreograph this Australian premiere revival. Luke is a highly sought after choreographer and performer whose credits include: We Will Rock You, Hot Shoe Shuffle, Mamma Mia, Xanadu, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and A Chorus Line, just to name a few. Musical Direction will be by Tony Toppi.

The ensemble cast includes:  Emma Russell (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang); Daniel Ham (King Of Pop Tour);  Casey Davis;  Xavier McGettigan;  Madison Lee; Samuel Bennett (Out Of The Blue); Guada Bañez; Cassie Miller; Rachel Bronca; Alexia Brinsley; Kai Mann-Robertson and Benito Veneziano.

This spectacular new production of Saturday Night Fever is one of the most loved dance stories of all time. It is jam-packed with legendary hits from The Bee Gees including classics: Stayin’ Alive, Night Fever, Jive Talking, You Should Be Dancing, Immortality and How Deep Is Your Love. Eleven of the cast members will also bring the music to the stage, playing saxophone, clarinet, violin, percussion, flute, bass, electric guitar and keyboard.

Saturday Night Fever will be staged at Chapel off Chapel: 11 – 28 February 2016 For more information, visit: or for details.

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