1. Best Musical Revival 
  2. Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Patti Lupone
  3. Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Jonathan Bailey
  4. Best Set Design: Bunny Christie

Marianne Elliott directed COMPANY, Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s legendary musical comedy about life, love and marriage. At Bobbie’s 35th birthday party all her friends are wondering why isn’t she married? Why can’t she find the right man and why can’t she settle down and have a family? Katrina Lenk stars in the central role of ‘Bobbie’ and Patti LuPone plays Joanne in this gender reversed production that has been blessed by Sondheim – the first production to be allowed to change the gender of the characters.

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Broadway legend Patti LuPone starred in London’s gender-reversed production of Company which received rave reviews:

“5 STARS! ASTONISHING. Sensational. Theatrical magic. Rosalie Craig delivers a tour de force that deserves to be the talk of the town.” Daily Telegraph 

5 STARS! MARIANNE ELLIOTT’S GLORIOUS SHOW. Surprising, sexy and clever. Wonderfully fresh.” Evening Standard 

“5 STARS! Mel Giedroyc gives a comic masterclass. A CAST TO DIE FOR. ENTERTAINING AS HELL. Terrifically funny turn from Jonathan Bailey.” Time Out 


“5 STARS! THIS IS A GAME-CHANGER. I can’t remember ever laughing more at a musical. Pure musical theatre pleasure.”

“5 STARS! A FLAWLESS REVIVAL of Stephen Sondheim’s musical. Jonathan Bailey is outstanding as the neurotic Jamie.” Radio Times  

“5 STARS! Rosalie Craig’s Bobbie feels like the lead the show was always meant to have.” Daily Mirror 

“5 STARS! Gender switched Sondheim proves a sublime down-the-rabbit-hole cocktail of entertainment.” Daily Telegraph 

“5 STARS! Marianne Elliott’s neon-flooded, gender-bended production is more a reinvention than a revival – and it’s a revelation.” The Stage  

“5 STARS! AN ELECTRIFYING MODERNISATION. A succession of ‘star turns.” Londonist 

“5 STARS! IT FEELS SMART, FRESH AND RELEVANT. This approach makes it a revelation all over again. What’s wonderful about Elliott is her consistency and care. It’s thrillingly inventive. There is so much to admire and like in this richly inventive production that confirms Elliott as one of our best directors and Company as a great musical.” What’s On Stage  

“5 STARS! STUNNING. Rosalie Craig, radiant in a ravishing red party dress, may be playing a tentative, emotionally disconnected character, but she pulls off the astonishing feat of making usconnect with her. A departure into new territory and a stunning reaffirmation of its brilliance.”  

“4 STARS! Elliott has reimagined this musical for a new age and an application that is more universal than ever.” Financial Times 

“4 STARS! Song by song, moment by moment, it delivers. Patti LuPone astounds. A bona fide star…she steals the show.” The Times

Patti LuPone and Wendy Federman at the opening night celebration of London’s “Company”
Tony Award Winner Katrina Lenk & Wendy Federman
Patti LuPone & Wendy Federman
Wendy & Heather Federman at the opening night of London's “Company”

Patti LuPone has played some of musical theatre’s greatest characters, including Fantine in Les Miserables in London and Eva Peron in Evita on Broadway. She has also starred as Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard, and in Sondheim’s musicals Gypsy and Sweeney Todd. She most recently starred in War Paint on Broadway, which will close at the end of the year.

Rosalie Craig is known for her work in musical theatre including the world premiere of Tori Amos’s musical The Light Princess at the National Theatre in 2013, for which she was nominated for an Olivier Award. Other credits include City of Angels (Donmar Warehouse), Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve), Ragtime (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre) and London Road at the National Theatre.
Director Marianne Elliott is perhaps best known for her work at the National Theatre on productions such as War Horse and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, both of which have enjoyed international success. Her final production as an Associate Director at the National was the much-anticipated revival of Angels in America.