Tickets are still on sale for this week’s school production of Godspell – one of Broadway’s most enduring shows of all time.
During the development of the show, the cast have brought their own personalities and cultures to a production that speaks to each of us no matter of our beliefs of humanity, community and friendship.
It is evident, when watching them in rehearsal, that the girls and boys are having a great time bringing the show together. Their vigour and enthusiasm comes across in their performances, with energetic dance routines, catchy songs and plenty of moving drama.
Performances take place on:
- Wednesday 19th March 2014, 7.30pm (tickets available on the door)
- Thursday 20th March 2014, 7.30pm (sold out)
- Friday 21st March 2014, 7.30pm (sold out)
- Saturday 22nd March 2014, 7.30pm (sold out)
Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for children.
Pupils paying in person may pay by cash. Seating will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets are available on the door for Wednesday’s performance only.
Featuring a sparkling score by Grammy and Academy award‐winning composer Stephen Schwartz, Godspell is the timeless tale of friendship, loyalty and love that has touched theatregoers all over the world.
Boasting a string of well‐loved upbeat songs, led by the international hit Day By Day, Godspell is a groundbreaking and unique reflection on the life of Jesus, with a message of kindness, tolerance and love.
Created by John-Michael Tebelak as a college project in 1970, it was re-scored by Stephen Schwartz before moving to off-Broadway in 1971 and then to Broadway in 1976. The show was recently updated once again for Broadway and was received to rave reviews and packed houses.
Those attending Godspell are invited to enjoy the opportunity of a preview of artwork by Dr Thekla Kampelmann prior to its exhibition in Germany.
Dr Kampelmann’s exhibition – God’s Spell in the Coats of streaming Time – follows a parallel theme to that of the musical, matching certain texts from the production to the relevant paintings.
The exhibition will be open prior to each performance and at the interval, and will close at 9.30pm each evening.