MUSICALS

ATLANTIC: America & The GrEAT WAR

On the eve of WWI, two African American sisters uncover their complicated European ancestry, but when one disappears while tracing their lineage overseas, the other must leave home for the first time to find her. Part two of the exciting collaboration, America and the Great War is an ensemble-driven adventure with a rousing folk score that explores the timely uncertainty of what it means to be American.

 

ATLANTIC was commissioned and produced as part of a new international partnership between The American Musical Theatre Project  and The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland  and Noisemaker Productions

 

★★★★★ - The Glasgow Herald

★★★★★ - British Theatre Guide

★★★★★ - Pocketsize Theatre

★★★★★ - One4Review

★★★★ - Edinburgh Festival Magazine

★★★★ - The Outlier Scotland

DOUBLE FEATURE AT HOLLYWOOD AND VINE

The 83rd Annual Waa-Mu Show, DOUBLE FEATURE AT HOLLYWOOD AND VINE re-imagines Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night set in 1930s Old Hollywood. When two twins are tragically separated on their journey to a better life in Los Angeles, the sister, believing her brother dead, has no choice but to assume his identity to get work as a movie extra, only to take the silver screen by storm - as a man! When her brother unexpectedly arrives in Hollywood, struck with amnesia, hilarity ensues with mistaken identities, love triangles, and an unforgettable reunion in this contemporary retelling of the epic Shakespeare tale.