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Amelie is an astonishing young woman who lives quietly in the world, but loudly in her imagination. She secretly improvises small, but extraordinary acts of kindness that bring happiness to those around her. But when a chance at love comes her way, Amelie will have to risk everything to say what's in her heart. Based on the much loved and five-time Oscar nominated film, Amelie
is a feel good musical filled to the brim with colourful observations and whimsical wonderings. Join Amelie as she finds her voice, discovers the power of connection, and sees possibility around every corner. Amelie website
.Performers Audrey Brisson (Amelie), Danny Mac (Nino), Sophie Crawford (Gina), Faoileann Cunningham (Georgette/Sylvie), Rachel Dawson (Amandine/Philomene), Oliver Grant (Lucien/Mysterious Man/Gnome), Nuwan Hugh Perera (Jean-Yves), Chris Jared (Raymond), Charley Magalit (Cecile), Caolan McCarthy (Hippolito/Elton John), Samuel Morgan-Grahame (Joseph/Fluffy), Emma Jane Morton (Delphine), Kate Robson-Stuart (Suzanne), Josh Sneesby (Blind Beggar), Jez Unwin (Raphael/Bretodeau), Johnson Willis (Collignon/Dufayel).
Music Daniel Messe. Lyrics Daniel Messe. Lyrics Nathan Tysen. Book by Craig Lucas (based on the film by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Guillaume Laurant). Producer Watermill Theatre (in association with Hartshorn-Hook productions/Selladoor Worldwide and Asia Broadway Company). Director Michael Fentiman. Design Madeleine Girling. Choreographer Tom Jackson Greaves. Music Barnaby Race (orchestrations and arrangements). Musical Director George Francis. Lighting Elliot Griggs. Sound Tom Marshall.
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