Four filmed musical theatre concerts will take place throughout December, including a special concert by composer Stephen Schwartz.
Unlimited: The Songs of Stephen Schwartz is a celebration of his works including Wicked, Pippin, Godspell, Children of Eden, and The Prince of Egypt, Schwartz’s newest musical. The concert will premiere on Thursday 3 December at 8pm and will be available on demand afterward for audiences around the globe.
The concert will feature performances by Nikki Bentley, Sophie Evans, Alice Fearn, Alexia Khadime, Melanie La Barrie, Carl Man, Dianne Pilkington, Liam Tamne and Oliver Tompsett, all of which have starred in Wicked during its first 14 years in London.
Alexia Khadime and Liam Tamne are also in the current cast of Schwartz’s musical The Prince of Egypt.
Additional concerts in the series are:
- Oops!… I Streamed It Again…(10 Dec)
A high-energy concert of pop, rock, and musical theatre songs starring artists who met performing in the musical & Juliet.
- Girl Power(17 Dec)
An empowering concert of songs by famous girl bands through the decades, from the artists of The Reunion who first met starring in the musical SIX.
- All I Want For Christmas Is Theatre(21 Dec)
A love letter to the tradition of seeing theatre with those you love during the holiday season starring more than 40 top UK theatre artists, with full casting to be announced in the coming weeks.
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