Show did seem a bit random with several of the cast doing 6 out of 8 shows a week and often on as different roles. If you wanted to see a certain combo then it was also get on twitter and ask. My biggest sympathy would be with the ensemble and younger cast members who are owed money.
And the musicians, engineers, crew, costumiers, etc. And the freelancers not on contracts involved in the production, such as engineers who come to break the show down, pack it in a truck and then put it into the next theatre. And the transport companies who provide the haulage of the show around the country. And many many more individuals and organisations. All of these people are owed money, most of them without firm confirmation that they will get paid.
Forgot to post my thoughts on this. I thought it was a delight. The plot was threadbare, and there were some silly superfluous moments, but I thought the songs were catchy and the cast did their utmost with the material. The set was decent and the costumes impressive. Kerry Ellis has a fantastic voice. Wendi Peters was super too- she's got a great stage presence. We had the understudy as the Mad Hatter, Francesca (I think) and her voice was incredible. There were a few technical faults (the show had to be stopped three times) due to a malfunctioning 'looking glass'. Having read some of the reviews here, I almost didn't buy tickets but I found it thoroughly enjoyable and it was definitely one of the most joyful things I've seen this year. The crowd was modest but people seemed to have really enjoyed it. As for this sorry premature end to the tour, it's awful to read. Such a shame for the cast and those who had bought tickets for the rest of the tour.