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Glenn Carter (birthday 27 March) is an English stage actor and singer-songwriter performing leading roles in musicals staged in London's West End. Carter has appeared on London's West End stages in musical productions such as Jesus Christ Superstar, Grease, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Chess, Whistle Down the Wind, and Les Misérables. In 2008, Carter took up the role of "Tommy DeVito" in the London premiere of The Four Seasons' Broadway musical, Jersey Boys, a part which he continued to play until March 2010. Carter has been cast as Jesus in several productions of Jesus Christ Superstar. In 1996, 23 years after the closure of the original production of Jesus Christ Superstar, the Really Useful Theatre Company revived the show in the West End, in which Carter replaced Steve Balsamo as Jesus. In 1998, Really Useful mounted a touring production in the UK which did not include Carter in any of the leading roles. In 1999, Really Useful planned to tour North America with the production, but eventually curtailed the tour to just Broadway. Carter was again cast as Jesus in this production.] In 2004/2005, Carter toured the UK for six months in the lead role as 'Jesus' in the UK touring production of Jesus Christ Superstar & has again in 2015 been cast as 'Jesus' in the current UK tour of Jesus Christ Superstar for BKL Productions.
(Source: Fan submission, October 2015)
They got us fully into the Christmas spirit(s) last year with an all-star concert staging of Alan Menken's musical version of Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Now London Musical Theatre Orchestra are back for two Sundays at the West End's Lyceum Theatre, with a new company of #StageFaves joining Robert Lindsay's Scrooge. Full casting here...