Lead Cast Announced For ‘Ain’t Too Proud’

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The leading cast of characters has now been announced for the much anticipated new musical based on the story of the Temptations in Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations. Performances of the musical will begin at the Prince Edward Theatre from March 31st and tickets are currently on sale both online and through the box office.

David Ruffin will be played by Tosh Wangho-Maud who has previously starred as Ben E. King/Rudy Lewis in another popular Motwon inspired musical –  The Drifters Girl.

The rest of the group will be made up of Sifiso Mazibuko, who will play Otis Williams and Mitchell Zhangazha as Eddie Kendricks who also appeared in Motown the Musical and portrayed Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder respectively. Cameron Bernard Jones will play the role of Melvin Franklin, and Kyle Cox completes the foursome as Paul Williams. Further casting for the show is to be announced at a later date.

‘Ain’t Too Proud’ is a musical that charts the story of how the Motown singing group, the Temptations, ended up in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and features over 40 of the most famous hits by the Temptations, including “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me,” and “My Girl.” Find out more about Ain’t Too Proud at the Prince Edward Theatre in London.

The  new musical, Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations has a book by Dominique Morisseau, and will reunite director Des McAnuff and choreographer Sergio Trujillo. The wider creative team behind the show features sound design by Steve Canyon Kennedy, scenic design by Robert Brill, costume design by Paul Tazewell, and lighting design by Howell Binkley.

 

Booking & Theatre Info For Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations.

Performances of ‘Ain’t Too Proud’ will be at the Prince Edward Theatre which is a large West End theatre with three levels of seating and a capacity of 1711 seats. Each level in the theatre offers excellent overall views of the stage with the best seats being situated in the centre of the Stalls. The front of the Dress Circle is also a very good vantage point with rows B-D, seats 15-9 being particularly good for patrons wishing to view the stage from an elevated position.

Value for money can be found in the Upper Circle although these seats are situated fairly high up and may not be ideal for patrons suffering from vertigo. Alternatively, the loges on the sides of the Dress Circle are a good option for those on a budget looking for cheap tickets to Ain’t Too Proud. These seats offer side-views of the stage, but do not necessarily restrict the view .  The back rows of the Stalls section are also regularly discounted and offer clear views of the action.