Ends 23rd November
Marvin is Jewish, married and with a son about to become bar mitzvah. He
also has a gay lover, a psychiatrist and lesbian neighbours...
This Finn and Lapine musical is given its European premiere.
A mixed set of exciting one-off events are also scheduled for the next few
www.theotherpalace.co.uk for details.
"The Studio" schedule:
See www.theotherpalace.co.uk for details of productions.
5th to Thursday 14th November 2019
Press Night: Wednesday 6th November 2019
Book, Lyrics and Music by Alick Glass
Age Guidance: 10+
the 1930s and celebrating the glorious sounds and musical rhythms of that era,
this show get its world premiere at The Other Palace Studio.
Hollywood in the late 1930’s: a time when the major studios are struggling to
feed the insatiable worldwide demand for new talkies. Freddy Larceny is a con
artist running a scam to pass-off the work of new writers as his own. He strikes
gold when Michelle Grant, an aspiring novelist and student at a Paris language
and deportment college, spots his advertisement in the ‘Variety’ movie trade
newspaper. Larceny plagiarises her script for a film - credited to him as writer
- that then goes on to receive an Oscar nomination.
‘Reputation’, a compelling story of plagiarism and the female struggle for
equality, follows Michelle’s fight for recognition and the recovery of her
stolen work, told through 25 original songs and romantic ballads written in the
flamboyant style of the best-loved lyricists of the mid 1900’s.
Secomb (Sweeney in the West End Pie Shop ‘Sweeney Todd’ and Javert in ‘Les
Miserables’, 2015-2017), Maddy Banks (‘The Band’ West End and UK tour) and Ed
Wade (currently in ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ in the West End) head the cast and are
joined by Cory Peterson, Lauren Ingram, Charlie Dennis, Ashleigh Cavanagh and
Book, Lyrics and Music: Alick Glass
Director and Musical Director: Warren Wills
Choreographer Tamsyn Salter
Lighting Nick Richings
Music Producer Jordan Brown
Casting: Anne Vosser
Monday to Friday at 8pm
Saturday at 3pm and 8pm
hours approximately (including an interval).
All tickets £20