Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker-Led Plaza Suite Completes West End Run April 13 | Playbill

London News Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker-Led Plaza Suite Completes West End Run April 13

The limited engagement moved to London following a sold-out Broadway run.

Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker in Plaza Suite Joan Marcus

Tony winner Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker will step on stage at the Savoy Theatre for the final two performances of the West End run of Plaza Suite April 13. Performances for the limited engagement began January 15 and were set to conclude March 31, but the show received a two-week extension. 

In the 1968 Neil Simon comedy, real-life couple Broderick and Parker play three different twosomes each spending an evening in the famed Plaza Hotel: one couple dealing with difficulties in their marriage on their 24th anniversary, a pair of high-school sweethearts reuniting after many years apart, and the frenzied parents of a jittery bride on her wedding day.

The West End cast also includes Rohit Gokani as the waiter, Eric Sirakian as the bellhop and Borden Eisler, and Charlie Oscar as Jean McCormack and Mimsey Hubley. Standbys are Nick Barclay, Caroline Sheen, and Jamie Coyne.

The production played a five-month engagement in spring 2022 at Broadway's Hudson Theatre, following an out-of-town premiere in Boston. The transfer marked the West End debut for Parker. Broderick appeared on the London stage in 2019 in The Starry Messenger. 

John Benjamin Hickey directed all three runs. Set design is by Tony winner John Lee Beatty, costumes by Tony winner Jane Greenwood, lighting by Tony winner Brian MacDevitt, sound design by Tony winner Scott Lehrer, and incidental music by Tony winner Marc Shaiman. Casting is by Jim Carnahan.

Plaza Suite is produced by Ambassador Theatre Group Productions, Gavin Kalin Productions, Hal Luftig, with James L. Nederlander, Douglas L. Meyer, Elizabeth Armstrong, Hunter Arnold, Caitlin Clements, Eilene Davidson Productions, Jeffrey Finn, Terry Schnuck, Smith and Brant Theatricals, Sherry and Kirk Wright, and Mike Isaacson.

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