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Summer Musical Theatre Course 13-18 yrs

Monday 12th August - Saturday 24th August

Performance | Stage Two




 

Work as a company alongside a creative team of industry professionals this summer to stage the musical Little Shop of Horrors. This intense but fun two weeks will end with two fully supported performances open to the public at Stage Two.

Participants will be invited to a meeting before the start of the course to receive scripts and meet the creative team.

Life on Skid Row is full of broken dreams and dead ends until one day by mistake Seymour, a lowly flower shop assistant, discovers a mysterious new plant that propels him into the spotlight. Could Seymour’s sudden new found fame and fortune win the heart of the kind, sweet, delicate Audrey – at last? Can they finally break free of Skid Row and be happy…… or will the infamous plant have other plans?

If you love musicals and want an insight into how a company works then this is the course for you.

It is important to note participants must attend every rehearsal and due to the nature of the course will be expected to learn lines and songs between rehearsals.

Places are strictly limited to 20 so booking early is advised. Participants MUST be 13 - 18yrs at the start of the course.

Week 1 – Monday 12th - Friday 16th 10-4pm.

Week 2 – Monday 19th – Wednesday 21st 10-4pm | Thursday 22nd 10-4pm and 5-8pm | Friday 23rd - 10-4pm - Call 6pm SHOW 7.30pm | Saturday 24th Call 6pm SHOW 7.30pm

Lunch is not included but participants can be supervised. Tickets for the show will be available from Box office from April 1st 2019

There is a Casting workshop participants need to attend on Sunday 14 July, 1-4pm at Stage Two.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

Book and Lyrics by HOWARD ASHMAN. Music by ALAN MENKEN

Based on the film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith, Originally produced by the WPA Theatre (Kyle Renick, Producing Director),Originally produced at the Orpheum Theatre, New York City by the WPA,Theatre, David Geffen, Cameron Mackintosh and the Shubert Organization. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with
Music Theatre International (Europe)

Activities are dependent on minimum numbers participating, in the event that we need to cancel due to low participant numbers, a full refund will be given. We are unable to offer refunds in other circumstances.

We work hard to ensure best practise and the safety of all who attend our activities. To do this we have a number of policies and procedures in place to support our participants and visitors.

Please take a moment to read our Terms and Conditions, Participants Guidance and associated policies on the Take Part / Information section of our website. Alternatively paper copies are available at our reception in Stage Two.