Before she takes the stage as ‘Bobbi’ opposite Patti Lupone in the first gender-bent production of Stephen Sondheim’s Company, Rosalie Craig is set to join the cast of The Ferryman, currently playing at the Gielgud Theatre, where Company will play later next year.
The Ferryman, directed by Sam Mendes to critical acclaim, ran at the Royal Court Theatre before transferring to the Gielgud Theatre with an opening night on 29th June 2017. Following news of a West End extension until 19th May 2018, a new cast is joining the play. Craig will play the role of ‘Caitlin Carney’ beginning 8th January 2018.
Joining Craig are Owen McDonnell as ‘Quinn Carney’, Justin Edwards as ‘Tom Kettle’, Stella McCusker as ‘Aunt Maggie Far Away’, Siân Thomas as ‘Aunt Pat’, Declan Conlon as ‘Muldoon’, Dean Ashton as ‘Frank Magennis’, Terence Keeley as ‘Diarmaid Corcoran’, Sean Delaney as ‘Michael Carney’, Francis Mezza as ‘Shane Corcoran’, Kevin Creedon as ‘JJ Carney’, Laurie Kynaston as ‘Oisin Carney’, and Saoirse-Monica Jackson as ‘Shena Carney’.
Continuing in their roles until the end of the run are Catherine McCormack as ‘Mary Carney’, Charles Dale as ‘Father Horrigan’, Mark Lambert as ‘Uncle Pat’, and Glenn Speers as ‘Lawrence Malone’.