DI­RECTED BY FRANCESCA EMMS STORY BY GE­OR­GIA JAMIESON EMMS AND FRANCESCA EMMS

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Amer­ica in the 1960’s.

Roger

and Sally are new­ly­weds and have just bought their first home. Mean­while at a pic­nic across town, Buddy asks Fay to marry him. One day Buddy runs into his child­hood sweet­heart, Sally. Things will never be the same again. An in­ti­mate mu­si­cal theatre piece delv­ing into two “per­fect” mar­riages, fea­tur­ing songs from Stephen Sond­heim’s crit­i­cally ac­claimed mu­si­cals in­clud­ing

Sweeney Todd, Fol­lies, Into The Woods A Lit­tle Night Mu­sic.

and Sond­heim is, by uni­ver­sal ac­knowl­edge­ment, the man who rev­o­lu­tionised Amer­i­can mu­si­cal theatre. The world’s most suc­cess­ful pro­ducer of mu­si­cals Cameron Mack­in­tosh has de­scribed him as “pos­si­bly the great­est lyri­cist ever”. This highly suc­cess­ful tour­ing show has been de­scribed as “classy and deeply sat­is­fy­ing”; “a seam­less pro­duc­tion uniquely their own while at the same time pre­serv­ing the in­tegrity of the com­poser” and “a must-see.” Me­gan Corby and Craig Beardsworth re­turn to their home town of Palmer­ston North for one show only, Satur­day 7th Novem­ber, 3pm at the Globe Theatre. Round­ing out the ensem­ble cast is Ge­or­gia Jamieson Emms, Matthew Lan­dreth and Hugh McMil­lan. Tick­ets $30 from the Box Of­fice or via www.glo­bethe­atre.co.nz

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