*All tickets for this run now sold-out. Rachel returns in June 2017
After two sell-out one-woman shows, Rachel Tucker is back with her first intimate solo show. Following a triumphant run as Elphaba in Wicked the Musical on Broadway, for which she was the recipient of the Best Female Replacement Award at the 2016 Broadway.com Audience Awards, Rachel is currently reprising her role as Elphaba in London's West End, as part of Wicked's special 10th Anniversary cast, having also previously played the role to great acclaim in London for 3 years, where she holds the title of longest consecutive running Elphaba and won the 2011 WhatsOnStage award for Best Takeover in a Role.
Rachel made her Broadway debut in late 2014 in Sting's musical The Last Ship, creating the role of Meg Dawson, to rave reviews.
In 2015, Rachel performed her one-woman show Back From Broadway, which won the 2015 West End Wilma Award for Best Cabaret. Rachel's debut solo album The Reason was launched in her first sell-out concert at the St. James Theatre in August 2013.
Other theatre includes: Communicating Doors (Menier Chocolate Factory), Farragut North (Southwark Playhouse), We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre), Tonight's The Night (National Tour), Rent (Olympia Theatre, Dublin), The Who's Tommy (National Tour), The Full Monty (National Tour), The Wizard of Oz, To Be Sure, Merry Christmas Betty Ford and Have A Nice Life (Lyric Theatre, Belfast). Workshops include: Lazarus directed by Ivo van Hove, Dusty and Love Never Dies.
Television includes: I'd Do Anything (BBC), where she reached the semi-final stages for the role of Nancy.
Rachel Tucker: Live at Zedel will be directed by Guy Retallack, who directed both of Rachel's previously successful one-woman shows, and is brought to you by Parallel Productions, whose concert credits include: West End Switched Off and MUSICALS Unsung. Their debut album West End Switched Off was released in 2014, and the follow up album is currently in the works.
For more information visit www.parallelproductions.co.uk or follow Parallel on Twitter @ParaProd