|Fame||The Northern Musical Theatre Company||Mon 31 Mar to Sat 5 Apr 2008|
|Me And My Girl||New Earswick Musicals||Tue 15 Apr to Sat 19 Apr 2008|
|Spotlight on Dance||Evelyn Witcombe School of Dance||Wed 23 Apr to Sat 26 Apr 2008|
Fame costs and right here is where you start paying
The Northern Musical Theatre Company
Monday 31 March to Saturday 5 April 2008
"To dream that you have FAME, denotes unrealized achievements and disappointed aspirations."
But this show is no dream. It is all about aspiration, passion and damned hard work! Remember those famous lines?
FAME COSTS AND RIGHT HERE IS WHERE YOU START PAYING
Bev Jones and his Northern Musical Theatre Company bring you a musical show full of youthful enthusiasm and talent showcasing hopeful, impressionable students all wanting to graduate from The High School of Performing Arts in the hope of starting out on a career in Acting, Singing, Music or Dance in order to achieve FAME! All under the watchful eyes of their experienced college tutors, who offer advice and words of wisdom to the exuberant, nervous and sometimes naive students. But student life isnt always a song and dance! Personal tragedy can strike, to even the most talented ......
Embrace this production of high energy, professionally choreographed dance routines, invigorating upbeat musical numbers, and leave the theatre singing to one of the most famous numbers ever since it was shown on TV in the eighties! FAME.
Me And My Girl
Book and lyrics by L ARTHUR ROSE and DOUGLAS THURBER. Music by NOEL GAY.
New Earswick Musicals
Tuesday 15 April to Saturday 19 April 2008
The original show ran for 1646 performances and has had two revivals, in 1952 and 1984. Enjoy Leaning on the Lamp Post, The Lambeth Walk, Me and My Girl and other favourites.
Spotlight on Dance
Proceeds go to The British Heart Foundation and St. Andrews Church, Huntington, York.
Evelyn Witcombe School of Dance
Wednesday 23 April to Saturday 26 April 2008
Featuring many different forms of dance including Classical Ballet, Tap, Jazz and Acrobatic.
Around 100 students are taking part ranging from the very young to senior citizens.
The music is very varied and includes items from classical, pop, jive, modern and film.
There are some 40 dances all with fantastic costumes.