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CD REVIEW: Scott Alan – Live Special Edition

Reviewer: Zara Ellis [Rating: 5] A sensational new live album displaying an array of stars from the musical theatre industry is now available in cd format and to download. Composer and lyricist Scott Alan has released this superb collection of his impressive back catalogue and a few brand new songs. According to Alan at the age of three he knew ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with Louise Dearman

Louise Dearman is about to make history by being the first actress in the world to have played the rôles of both Glinda and Elphaba in Wicked. Lucy Thackray caught up with her about her solo work and getting her green on. Congratulations on going back into Wicked, as Elphaba this time (Louise played Glinda in the show from 2010-2011). ...

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#Search for a Twitter Star – Lyric Theatre, London

Director: Drew Baker Reviewer: Jenni Rymer [Rating:2] #Search for a Twitter Star was born from the mysterious theatre tweeter @westendproducer. Taking inspiration from what he believes are the failings of the traditional talent shows, @westendproducer took it upon himself to initiate a search for the new leading stars of the stage in his own way. Through the medium of social ...

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FEATURE: An awfully big adventure for new Peter Pan musical

A new musical version of JM Barrie’s classic tale Peter Pan had a workshop presentation this week – but does it improve on the tale’s panto and Disney-dominated past? Benjamin Vivian-Jones reports. There are so many versions of Peter Pan, originally adapted into a stage playin 1904, only two years after Pan’s first appearance in JM Barrie’s adult novelThe Little ...

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CD Review – Lift

Music &Lyrics: Craig Adams Producers: Tobi Lustigman &Perfect Pitch Reviewer: Jacqui Onions [rating:1.5] Have you ever wondered about the lives of the people you pass in the street, sit by on the train or ride with in a lift? Most of us find ourselves people watching from time to time and it is this aspect of human nature that Craig ...

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