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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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Jennifer Ellison and her team from Jelli Studios delivered a musical theatre and dance workshop to the performing arts learners.
Strolling through the Temple of Heaven park opposite the theatre the day before opening night, Marc Acito, the show's librettist, recalled some of the challenges of bringing a new musical from a January table read to a December opening night in a country still in the early stages of adopting such Western musical theatre staples as workshops and previews.
Leila breaks tradition in the musical theater scene, as it is written in Arabic and stars an Egyptian cast in addition to blending both Arabic and rock music, uncommon in musical theatre.
Most scholarly research on musical theatre has focused on Broadway, they say, and has tended to judge British musicals--indeed those anywhere else in the world--according to Broadway categories and ideas of craftsmanship.
Tenders are invited for PHYSICAL PROTECTION OF MUSICAL THEATRE ROMA
LEGENDARY Broadway musical 42nd Street will be staged by Coventry Musical Theatre Society at the Belgrade Theatre next week.
MULTI award winning Teesside Musical Theatre Company is back with a new show and they are reaching for the stars - the superstars, that is.
CHILDREN at Moorlands Primary School enjoyed some feline fun with the help of musical theatre students.
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.
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.