Musicals magazine - June/July 2023
In our third issue, June/July, we interview hugely popular actress, author and vlogger Carrie Hope Fletcher who explains why, despite being such a successful Musical Theatre performer since the age of seven, it is only now – in her 30th year – that she has felt the confidence to be herself onstage and set out on a solo tour for the very first time.
With tap-tastic musicals Crazy For You and 42nd Street both heading to London, we investigate why the dance form remains so popular and what is involved in bringing those adrenalin-filled production numbers we know and love to life. David Jays has been chatting to performers and creatives.
Titanic The Musical has set sail on a 10th-anniversary UK tour with producer Danielle Tarento and director Thom Southerland collaborating once again with legendary US composer Maury Yeston. Matt Wolf asks all three why the musical still captures audience’s imaginations.
How accessible is Musical Theatre today, both for performers and audiences? With multiple performance options on offer, from captioned to relaxed to audio-described, as well as an increasing number of companies comprising Deaf and/or disabled performers, we investigate the progress being made in terms of inclusivity and learn what still needs to be done.
Welcome back Elaine Paige! The Musical Theatre star returns to our pages with her regular column celebrating the musicals that proved to be the biggest game-changers. This time, it’s Hamilton…
Operation Mincemeat, Ain’t Too Proud and The SpongeBob Musical are included in our UK live show reviews, plus don’t miss our reviews from Broadway – Camelot, New York, New York, Shucked, Sweeney Todd, and more
Broadway’s Parade and Some Like It Hot, and the London cast recording of The Great British Bake Off Musical are included in our expert recording reviews.
PLUS all the latest news as well as listings for West End, Broadway, regional, touring and international live shows.