Shrek The Musical

Shrek The Musical

Production Team

Director & Choreographer: Eleanor Strutt

Assistant Choreographer & Assistant Director: Zoë Stockwell
Musical Director: Mark Smith
Producers: Jenny Galloway & Sarah Jefferies
Stage Manager: Charlotte Murray









Shrek: Thomas Outhwaite
Fiona: Cat Palethorpe
Donkey: Tom Kershaw-Green
Lord Farquaad: Dylan Evans
Dragon & Young Shrek: Beth Sillitoe

Baby Bear: Liz Edwards
Big Bad Wolf: Tim Watson 
Bishop James: Purves
Blind Mouse: Coren Hall 
Blind Mouse: Rachel Beggs 
Blind Mouse & Tweedle Dee: Aishlea Smith
Blue Bird: Janice Edgar 
Bricks: Will Strutt 
Captain of the Guard: Wes Hudson 
Elf: Fiona Forbes
Fairy Godmother: Hollie Swale
Gingy / Sugarplum Fairy: Sarah Marr 
Greeter: Emma Robinson 
Grumpy the Dwarf & King Harold: Dave Hilditch 
Humpty Dumpty: Lydia James 
Knight: Bee Leighton
Knight: Katie Colvin
Knight: Sarah Frazer 
Knight & Straw: Becci Andrews
Mad Hatter: Miranda Evans 
Mama Bear: Megan Heyburn 
Mama Ogre: Scarlett Pannell 
Papa Bear: Rob Reed 
Papa Ogre & Sticks: Alex Finch
Performer & Queen Lilian: Sarah Jefferies 
Peter Pan: Owen Lloyd 
Pied Piper: Jack Wright 
Pinocchio: Ben Hollands 
Puss in Boots: Catherine Colvert 
Teen Fiona: Sophia Donnelly 
Thelonius: Scott Peel 
Tweedle Dum: Kate Hannam 
Ugly Duckling: Sam Richardson 
White Rabbit: Charlotte Williams 
Wicked Witch: Millie Kee 
Young Fiona: Eliza Nabarro 

Shrek the Musical is a one-of-a-kind fairy tale in which curses are reversed,
donkeys and dragons find love, and princesses are beautiful in all shapes and
sizes. Grumpy, gruff, green ogre Shrek lives alone in his swamp. The outside
world fears and mocks him, so he is more than happy to reject it in return.
Suddenly, his hermit existence is thrown open, when a group of homeless
fairy tale characters — Pinocchio, the Gingerbread Man, the Three Little
Pigs, and more — burst upon his swamp, seeking refuge from the cruel
persecution of vertically-challenged Lord Farquaad.

Shrek seeks out Farquaad, who offers him a deal: if Shrek rescues the Princess Fiona (whom
Farquaad wishes to marry for her crown), then Farquaad promises to
remove the fairytale creatures from his swamp. In a desperate attempt to
regain his swamp’s hermetic peace, Shrek enters the world for the first time

in his life. He travels to Princess Fiona’s tower, rescues her from a fire-
breathing dragon, and then – scariest of all – is forced to get to know the

princess as he tries to bring her back to evil Farquaad. To the stubborn
ogre’s dismay, Fiona defies all of his expectations of what a ‘princess’ should
be. She may even provoke Shrek’s most novel experience yet: Love.

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