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Musicals 2007 Archives - Page 2 of 4 - One4Review

About Suffering……..

August 8, 2007 |

About Suffering They Were Never Wrong otherwise known as The Trojan Women composed and conducted by Dr Paul Ludden. This is probably the most traditional show I have seen presented by HWS Rembiko Project, it is also an 85% … Read More

Snowflake (100 words for snow, one for sorrow)

August 8, 2007 |

It is a cliché but the Inuit people do have many words for snow but the word sorrow is unique. Albertine Snow (Hayley Reed) is the youngest of three girls, a teenager trying to find her way in life, … Read More

Failed States

August 8, 2007 |

An innocent man finds himself trapped in a nightmare world as laws designed to protect against the threat of terror wreak havoc upon his life. Joseph is an American living in the UK with his pregnant Persian fiancée, some … Read More

La French Touch

August 8, 2007 |

Isabelle Georges – what talent and commanding stage presence! She is the complete performer. She can take songs from varied musical traditions, such as musicals, jazz and from her native France, and sing them with real depth and style. … Read More

Africa’s Heartbeat

August 8, 2007 |

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is not only about enjoying yourselves.  The African Children’s Choir is testament to this. The children are selected from Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, Rwanda, Nigeria and Ghana they range from the ages of seven to … Read More

Songs For A New World

August 8, 2007 |

‘Songs for a New World’ is composed and written by Jason Robert Brown, in it we see seven people striving towards a new life, in new lands, in  a new world across the sea. In Echo Theatrical Productions performance … Read More

From OZ to Edinburgh via Broadway

August 8, 2007 |

Jay Weston managed to come from Australia to Edinburgh for a short run during the Fringe Festival but also managed to catch a bad cold and throat infection. I was unaware of the extent of his illness but was … Read More

The Lion and The Jewel

August 8, 2007 |

The chief of the Senegalese village is seen as the Lion, his jealousy is raised when one of the young beauties has photographs published in a book of the area. She is not only on the cover but on … Read More

…And Piano Makes Three

August 8, 2007 |

The performance stats with an 11-minute curtain raiser ‘Niume’ especially written by Philip Steward for the Fringe. A young troubadour goes to Loch Katrine to ask the Lady of The Lake Niume to grant him the gift of the … Read More

Sweeney Todd: 

August 8, 2007 |

This production of Sweeny Todd follows the usual very traditional storyline and setting. Clever use of the minimalistic props add volumes to this show. Matt Wilkinson as Sweeney Todd is the epitome of this unlikely hero, he has a … Read More