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The plot concerns the apprentices' conviction to mount the original revue they have created whilst dodging the underhanded attempts of the surly theatre owner to squash their efforts at every turn. Further complications are provided by the overbearing stage mother of a beautiful ex-child star and the inflated ego of a hack southern playwright. But of course the show must go on, and so it does in a resolution of comeuppance, reconciliation and romance. Supported by the Babes in Arms Commissioning Circle.Performers Lorna Luft, Mark McGee, Donna Steele, Sophia Ragavelas, Rolf Saxon, Karen Aspinal, Stephanie Bron, Philip Catchpole, Kylie Anne Cruikshanks, Ashley Day, Charles Ruhrmund, Darren Fawthrop, Michelle Francis, Matthew Hart, Gary Murphy, Kay Murphy, Graham Newell, Joseph Prouse, Catherine Terry, Oliver Tydman, Joseph Wicks, Tony Jackson.
Music Richard Rodgers. Lyrics Lorenz Hart. Corporate Sponsor Henry Adams. Producer Festival Theatre Chichester. Director Martin Connor. Choreographer Bill Deamer. Design Hugh Durrant. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Sound Matt McKenzie.
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