New York Today: Can You Hear Me Now?
It really made the show feel so raw and intimate. There was no question of who we were talking about. The set was simple with four stands of Bowie throughout the years Space Oddity, Aladdin Sane, Labyrinth and the final photo shoot which also brought home the breath of his life and how much he has achieved.
It is a heart-stopper of a play!
Photos of both plays shared with kind permission of Chris Webb. Photos of after the show — Jasmine Storm. March 19, Think Floyd are not just another brick in the wall. September 26, Madagascar the Musical. September 20, Pride in Milton Keynes. September 15, The Buddy Holly Story. September 10, Fashion at OAD.
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August 26, Royal Festival Hall. August 6, Motown The Musical. July 25, Avenue Q - Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury. July 23, Lee Mead Interview. July 21, Steve Kirkham — Movement director. Steve is a movement director, performer and teacher.
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Can you hear me running? A story about never giving up till the finish line. Gallery Reviews Can you hear me running? Jo lives in London and has two sons. Specialises in creating visceral video and projection designs for theatre and live performances.
For more information about her work, full list of credits and contact details, please visit: www. Dan Glover graduated with a Bachelor of Music Honours degree from the University of Edinburgh before going on to train at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, on their one-year postgraduate programme for musical directors. Dan has worked as a composer, pianist and arranger in both London and Edinburgh, and enjoys maintaining a varied portfolio of work in a number of different genres.
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