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Preview: ?At the End of the Day?

Dec 02 2005 16:03
Alison Ball
MTSoc presents their revue, in dB?s, on Sunday 4th and Monday 5th December.
MTSoc in their performance of "Chess" last spring

Every year, the Musical Theatre Society presents a Revue to be put on the tiny stage that belongs to dB?s. It?s a bit of a squeeze but somehow they always succeed in getting everyone on there. Hopefully this year will be no exception with their performance of ?At the End of the Day?.

The cast have been practising their little socks off since the beginning of term, learning words, music and dance routines like good boys and girls. There are plenty of new faces to the society who will hopefully impress their audience (that is growing from year to year) with their fresher talent.

The songs come from many musicals. Listen to the landlord of the public house and hear all his punters as they tell their stories of purpose, fantasy and dreaming through the songs of Les Miserables, Avenue Q, Chicago, Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Guys and Dolls. Then, it?s on to the street and the territory of the Chav for some picking of pockets (or two) - Oliver style init, with your bunch of Bill Sykes wannabes and misfits. Of course there will be even more musical numbers from The Producers, The Phantom of the Opera and Rent.

All in all, there is a lot of variety in the 16 songs from 9 musicals and the enthusiasm of all involved will be evident to all who come and see it, which Musical Theatre Society hopes that you will do!

At the End of the Day, directed by Sebastian Juneman, will be performed in dB?s this Sunday and Monday, 4th and 5th December at 7.30pm. Admission is free with a collection for ICU Rag .

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