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The European premiere of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 14-minute musical, 21 Chump Street will feature at From Page to Stage.
Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment has announced the full programme for the From Page to Stage 2016, a season of new musicals at the Tristan Bates Theatre in central London which runs from 31 October to 20 November 2016.
The festival features new musicals chosen from over 130 entries, including Heart of Winter by Tim Connor, Bananaman the Musical by Leon Parris, Rehab by Grant Black, Murray Lachlan and Elliot Davis and the European premiere of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 14-minute musical, 21 Chump Street.
The season is comprised of three rehearsed, semi-staged readings, two gala evenings and the showcase evenings, which will allow audiences to see two complete mini musicals as well as two 30 minute selections from musicals in development in one evening.
The shows chosen for this year’s readings are:
The showcase evenings will include:
Producer Katy Lipson said of the news: “This year, From Page to Stage has chosen an exceptional group of shows that highlight the diversity and innovation present in new Musical Theatre. With over 130 shows submitted, we are so proud to have the opportunity to support and showcase these pieces and are looking forward to presenting them to industry and audiences alike.”
Tickets for all performances throughout the season are now on sale.