Our Man In Havana Review Roundup
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Richard Hough and Ben Frost have taken the monumental task of adapting Graham Greene’s classic spy comedy thriller into a musical. By most accounts, it’s an enormous success:

The Guardian:
“this show enjoyably and intelligently distils Greene’s lasting truths about lying.”

Wokingham Today:
“Ben Frost and Richard Hough have done a superb job of taking a comedic novel from the 50s and adapting it into the format of a modern musical.”

WhatsOnStage:
“Now, as a new global crisis threatens, can a musical based on Greene’s prescient tale find its moment? The answer is a resounding ‘yes’. Richard Hough’s witty book and lyrics and Ben Morales Frost’s music conjure up a real period feel and the exotic gaiety of the island playground of the rich and famous”

Our Man In Havana runs at the Watermill Theatre until 21st May.

 

Book and lyrics by Richard Frost, Music by Ben Morales Frost.

Directed by Abigail Pickard Price
Designed by Kat Heath
Co-orchestrations by Eliane Correa and Ben Morales Frost
On-stage Musical Direction by Antonio Sanchez
Choreography by Andrea Pelaez
Lighting designed by Robbie Butler
Sound designed by Adam Fisher
Starring Alvaro Flores, Paula James, Adam Keast, Nigel Lister, Daniella Agredo Piper and Antonio Sanchez.