The Vegas stage spectacular turned global sensation created and directed by
Channing Tatum, MAGIC MIKE LIVE has announced the cast for its multi-year North American tour that will premiere in Miami this fall. South African-born dancer Kalon Badenhorst will reprise his leading role as “Mike,” and comedians Crystal Powell and Nikki Lowe will share hosting duties as the show’s hilarious and empowering emcees when the production hits the Magic City in a custom-built venue at the Miami Marine Stadium site on Key Biscayne on October 13, 2022.
The tour makes for a perfect date night or the ultimate girls’ night out, tickets start at $49 and are on sale now at MMLTour.com.
The North American touring production of MAGIC MIKE LIVE will be led by Badenhorst, who has performed the titular role in Berlin and Las Vegas. Powell and Lowe will be jointly responsible for taking the audience on a comedy-filled, inspirational journey of self-discovery through an evening of jaw-dropping live entertainment nightly.
The ensemble cast will include cast members from MAGIC MIKE LIVE productions around the world including Clare Billson, HBO Max’s “Finding Magic Mike” finalist Nate Bryan, Kiana De Van der Schueren, Jake Paul Green, Edson Juarez, Burim Jusufi, Nicholas Phillips, Brian Siregar, Blake Varga, and Joshua Williams. New to the MAGIC MIKE LIVE stage are Josh Berovides, Blair Edwards, Marcquet Hill, Davis Rahal, and Joavanie Santiago.
Co-directed by Tatum and film franchise choreographer Alison Faulk with choreography by Faulk and Luke Broadlick, the show features sexy and daring themed dance and strip routines punctuated by one-of-a-kind musical and acrobatic acts from a diverse cast.
MAGIC MIKE LIVE also inspired HBO Max™’s instant-hit unscripted reality series Finding Magic Mike, and has fueled the popularity of the “Magic Mike” film franchise which is currently in post-production on its third and final installment, “Magic Mike’s Last Dance.”