Musical of the Year
Musical of the Year is an irreverent love-letter to musical theatre's ever-changing style and constant charm.
It’s 1955 and college sweethearts Rudy Brown and Lizzy Conlon embark on writing the ultimate award-winning musical. So begins a 60-year process of adapting the same musical to the styles of My Fair Lady, West Side Story, Cabaret, Les Miserables, Wicked, and virtually every other show in the musical theatre canon. Will they ever win Musical of the Year?
book and Direction by Owain Rose
Music and lyrics, and musical direction by Stephen Lanigan-O’Keefe (Beowulf, Travesty Theatre; Fallen Angels, Upstairs at the Gatehouse), C
horeography by Emma Pleass (Cabaret, The Lund Theatre; Scaramouche, the Zany Commedia Musical, Hoxton Hall),
Design by Frank Turnbull (Blackadder, The Bull Theatre; Frankenstein, Upstairs at the Gatehouse).