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Comedic Drama

Musical Theatre: 'After Henry' by Simon Brett and Christopher Summerfield

After Henry by Simon Brett & Christopher Summerfield

Principals : 3m, 4f    Support : 1m/f (No chorus)
Based on the radio and TV series the plot revolves around the relationship between three generations of the France family. Sarah often finds herself in the middle of things, not least because her daughter, Claire, lives upstairs and her mother, Eleanor, lives in the basement flat. Eleanor is ruthlessly cunning and takes every opportunity to get one over on Sarah. Anything told to her will, with her friend Valerie Brown's half sister, Mary's help, add to the local geriatric gossip. Clare is trying to be independent of her mother, but her relationship with her boyfriend is often in crisis. Through all this Sarah is having to come to terms with the death some years ago of her husband, and to find inner strength to face her new life, after Henry.

Musical Theatre: 'Billy Buckett' a 50s musical by Cann, Turner & Mundy

Billy Buckett by Jay Turner, Cath Mundy & Peter Cann

Principals : 3m, 3f    Support : 2m, 2f (plus Ensemble supplying 2m, 1f, 1m/f cameo roles)
Set in 1959 England in the colourful era of Teddy-Boys & Judies, with their quiffs and bouffantsBilly, a guitar playing car mechanic, arrives on the scene and falls in love with Jan Burns, the boss's daughter; their relationship being helped along by garage foreman, Big Ted, and Jan's friend, Maureen. Billy and Jan regrettably take things too far, and Jan is packed off by Billy's boss, Arthur, to a private clinic in Switzerland. Billy is told nothing and, assuming Jan has dumped him, he leaves, and within six months becomes a pop star. Returning later for Ted and Mo's wedding, Billy finds out that his baby is to be adopted, and being an orphan himself, is determined to do the right thing by Jan and get their baby back. Arthur is forced to concede only when his wife takes a stand against him. Heart-warming, spirited and touching.

 Musical Theatre: 'Class Of 77' by David Hines

Class Of 77 by David Hines

Principals : 7m, 5f (or 5m, 7f)    Support : 3m, 2f (plus Chorus)
Get back to Britain in the 1970’s when ‘The Generation Game’ and ‘The Good Life’ ruled our TV sets, and the Ford Cortina ruled our roads. As their final year at school comes to an end, the class of ’77 wonders what the future will bring … and fifteen years later a school reunion brings them back together. As old scores are settled and old flames are re-ignited, they realise that their golden years are not those gone by, but those up ahead. ‘Class Of 77’ is funny, touching, invigorating, and (for those of us old enough to remember) wonderfully evocative of a youth untroubled by 21st century distractions.
Musical Theatre: 'Feelgood Academy' by Steve Jones, Penny Lane & Glenn Keiles

Feelgood Academy by Steve Jones, Penny Lane and Glenn Keiles

(4m, 7f plus supporting cast)
‘Feelgood Academy’ explores the price of our life’s dreams and why you should never give up on them.  Set in a British school of performing arts, two young student girls grapple with their fears, their abilities and their inner confidence, then face a battle between themselves. Which of them will go forward to represent the school at a crucial audition for a West End musical? ‘Feelgood Academy’ is ideal for high school / young adult productions with contemporary upbeat songs and dance opportunities. WATCH THE TRAILER VIDEO HERE
Musical Theatre: 'Reality' by Stephen Bridges & Noel Bannister

Reality by Stephen Bridges & Noel Bannister

Principals : 7m, 8f, 1m/f     Support : 4m, 10f, 1m/f (plus Chorus)
Join Rob, Bob and Gloria (or Bruce) as your hosts on 'Reality', a game show that offers people the chance to change the future. Watch them search for a contestant willing to risk all and play for the ultimate prize. Be part of staging the audience vote. With 'real life' scenes set on a London Station and a game show set in a studio somewhere in time, 'Reality' takes the game show to a new dimension. Full of solos, duets, trios, chorus songs and lots of dance possibilities (inc one tap dance)
Musical Theatre: 'The Slipper And The Rose' (Stage Version)

The Slipper And The Rose by Brian Forbes, Richard & Robert Sherman, stage adaptation by Philip Burley

Principals : 5m, 7f  Support : 6m, 3f  Cameos : 5m, 3f, 3m/f, & 3m/f juniors from the Chorus
Set in a secret kingdom in the Bavarian Alps, this musical is a stage adaptation of the smash hit film of 1976 telling one the most famous love stories ever... that of Cinderella and her prince. Based on the original 18th century story by Charles Perrault this musical has some beautiful songs, some funny songs and some great work for a chorus. Other than the plot it has no likeness to it's namesake pantomime, being a true piece of family friendly musical theatre, with music by the composers of 'Mary Poppins', 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' and 'The Jungle Book'.
Musical Theatre: 'The Wind In The Willows' by Adam Forde & David Perkins

The Wind In The Willows by Adam Forde & David Perkins

Principals : 7m, 1f, 2m/f     Support : 5m, 8f, 17m/f (plus Chorus)
A new adaptation of this popular classic, first performed at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford. When Mole pops up into the open air, a wonderful new world full of exhilarating adventures and new friends is revealed; boating with the gentle Ratty, feasting with the noble Badger and a series of map-cap escapades with the reckless Toad. The audacious Mr Toad leads the friends from one adventure to another, upturned caravans, stolen motorcars, train chases ... But after Toad's daring prison escape can they all join together and beat the sinister inhabitants lurking within the Wild Wood, save Toad Hall and restore order on the River Bank?