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Musicals for a New Generation

Tue, 2016-03-08 09:37

TRW is thrilled to introduce our first two Broadway shows adapted for children, ALL SHOOK UP and SPAMALOT Young@Part™ editions, both available for licensing now. Each Young@Part™ title comes complete with Performance Tracks, Guide Vocal Tracks, Director’s Guide, 30 Student Scripts and more, all for an affordable Performance License package. Materials are now available in Digital Delivery.

 

ALL SHOOK UP Young@Part™ is the authorized 65-70 minute edition of the Broadway musical for elementary and middle schools, and youth theatres. Inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, this new version of the show is perfect for kids to perform! Through a series of workshops with industry professionals and actual kids, the Young@Part musicals are tailor-made for younger actors.  There are great parts for girls and boys, and can feature any size ensemble/chorus, who are featured throughout the show.

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MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT Young@Part™ is the authorized 65-70 minute edition of the Tony Award winning Broadway musical for elementary and middle schools, and youth theatres. Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL, SPAMALOT retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. This Young@Part™ edition has great parts for boys and girls and can feature any size ensemble/chorus, who are featured throughout the show.

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The Name Game

Tue, 2015-12-15 09:05

THE COLOR PURPLE Revival Reviews

Fri, 2015-12-11 08:38

The reviews are in and the word is out! See what the critics had to say about the 2015 revival of THE COLOR PURPLE.

 

“The current version is a slim, fleet-footed beauty, simply attired and beguilingly modest. Don’t be deceived, though, by its air of humility. There’s a deep wealth of power within its restraint.” – The New York Times

 

“To those who question why a revival of “The Color Purple” is back on Broadway after its predecessor closed there only in 2008, the answer is two words, and it may not be the two words you expect…Cynthia Erivo.” – The Associated Press

 

“Its pop-inflected score…has surprising staying power.” – The New York Post

 

“For the first time in its long history of dramatization, “The Color Purple” has been afforded an incarnation fully in sync with one crucial aspect of Walker’s original authorial intent — that the audience must participate in the imaginative act in order to comprehend its richness of theme and story. And, in this production, first seen at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London, so they do. Willingly. Delightedly. When they are not rising to their feet to stop the show.” – Chicago Tribune

 

“The ecstatic noise emanating from West 45th Street may just have enough seismic force to shake foundations all the way to West 145th. It’s the strength, collective and individual, of the 17 extraordinary vocal performances of “The Color Purple” — doubtless the best version of this 2005 musical you are ever going to hear.” – Washington Post

 

 

Check out more below.

Time Out New York

USA Today

Entertainment Weekly

Deadline

Variety

The Wall Street Journal