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The Cast of Tomorrow Morning

Tomorrow Morning is an off-Broadway musical and forthcoming film musical adaptation by British director Nick Winston. Director Winston said: "Tomorrow Morning is the story of one couple seen in two separate timelines, a decade apart. This is a story of life, love, misunderstanding and hope... a universal and timeless tale"   

The musical was first seen in London in 2006 at the New End Theatre. It was presented at Victory Gardens Greenhouse Theater in Chicago where it won a 2009 Jeff Award for Best Musical. Further productions have been given, including an Off-Broadway production by the York Theatre in 2011 and was seen in Tokyo (2012), Portugal (2014), Seoul (2012–16) plus productions in Germany, Austria, Italy and Australia. Productions in Mexico, Rome and Russia were cancelled or postponed due to the global Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdowns.

The show has been nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, among others and has now played on four continents in five languages.

Two couples are separated by a span of time. Jack and Catherine, who are in their late 30s, are getting divorced. John and Kat, who are in their 20s, are getting married. On the eve of their wedding, Kat reveals to John that she is pregnant. When she informs him, he walks out on her. Catherine and Jack argue about their divorce settlement. Their 10-year-old son, disappears, helping the couple to realize that they still care for each other. It turns out that the two couples are the same people: John and Kat are Jack and Catherine's memories of their younger selves. John returns to Kat, and Jack and Catherine reconcile.

Movie Adaptation
On 25 March 2021, Baz Bamigboye of the Daily Mail announced a forthcoming feature film adaptation to be released in late 2021 starring Samantha Barks and Ramin Karimloo directed by Nick Winston.

Unlike in the stage production, the lead actors will portray themselves at both stages of their lives, a decade apart, with Samantha Barks taking on the role of Catherine and her younger counterpart Cat, and Ramin Karimloo playing Bill (formerly known as Jack) and his younger self, Will.

Also unlike the four person stage show, the film will feature other characters including Catherine's friend and confidante (Fleur East), her mother Joy (Harriet Thorpe), her grandmother Anna (Joan Collins) and a cameo appearance from comic star Omid Djalili as Bill's father Dariush.