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NODA

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The National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA)

Founded in 1899 “to protect and advance the interests of operatic and dramatic art, and of societies engaged therein”, NODA is a membership organisation with 2053 society members and 999 individual enthusiasts individual enthusiasts (as of December 2017) staging musicals, operas, plays, concerts and pantomimes in venues ranging from the country’s leading professional theatres to village halls.

The vision for the National Operatic and Dramatic Association is that amateur theatre is successful and sustainable, providing a range of opportunities for people to develop their skills, and enjoy taking part, at all levels.

NODA’s mission is to support the education and information needs of individuals and organisations with high quality services and products that contribute to the success of amateur theatre as well as encouraging appreciation of the sector by participants and audiences alike.

NODA aims to:

  • Give a shared voice to the amateur theatre sector.
  • Help amateur societies and individuals achieve the highest standards of best practice and performance.
  • Provide leadership and advice to enable the amateur theatre sector to tackle the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.

Stagescripts is pleased to provide sales and licensing of a number of plays and musicals on NODA's behalf:-

Musicals

  • A Christmas Carol (by Graham Whitlock)
  • Barnaby Rudge (by Charles Dickens, adapted by Mike Lyons & Bill Scott)
  • Gemsong (by Jean McConnell)
  • Khaotic (by Dave Crump & Peter Smith)
  • Queen Of The Air (by Peter Aveyard)
  • The Slipper And The Rose (by Bryan Forbes, Robert B Sherman and Richard M Sherman, adapted by Phillip Burley)
  • Valentino (by Laurie Hornsby and Stephen Duckham)
  • What Colour Is Christmas? (by Dave Buxton)

Plays