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music theatre

n
(Theatre) a modern musical-dramatic work that is performed on a smaller scale than, and without the conventions of, traditional opera
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She then went on to successfully audition for Arts Educational Schools London and joined the school to study musical theatre at a professional level.
Joining them in the title role of Aladdin will be Welsh pop sensation and musical theatre star Ian "H" Watkins from Steps.
Upon leaving Steps, Ian 'H' Watkins set about carving out a career in musical theatre and has appeared on the West End stage in big-name productions such as Fame.
But Sondheim is renowned for saying if it's in a musical theatre, it's a musical theatre piece.
modernization of the building in lublin musical theatre and philharmonic.
AUDIENCES at Billingham's Forum Theatre can enjoy a spectacular journey through the world of musical theatre when The Masters of the House Sing The Musicals takes to the stage.
QU Musical Theatre gives composers and performers a chance to present their new work to the public without the cost of producing an entire musical.
Matthew Edwards is assistant professor of voice, musical theatre styles, at Shenandoah Conservatory and is the founder of AuditioningForCollege.
GARDNER - Owen McCarthy of Holden and Caroline Pisinski of Sterling received best actor and actress awards, respectively, at Theatre at the Mount's 2012-2013 TAMY Awards, the High School Musical Theatre Competition.
There's a Place For Us: The Musical Theatre Works of Leonard Bernstein.
Along the Way: A Night of Contemporary Musical Theatre
I have come back to my old college following a varied career to oversee the new MA musical theatre course, designed to make the most of this rise in employment opportunities in the entertainment industry.