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My Father's Son archiveLoosely based on Hamlet, My Father's Son is set in the steel industry of Sheffield during a time of industrial dispute. The story focus's on Sam Eltham, a young grinder, avenging the 'accidental death' of this father. Produced by the Sheffield based theatre company MISTCO] as a youth musical in 1993, under the title of Made in Sheffield the piece has now grown form a one hour show into a full length musical. My Father's Son receives it's World Premiere at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield from July 14-17th 1999.
Performers Josie Walker (Lizbeth Eltham), Michael Cahill (John Eltham), Edward Hogg (Sam), Gina Townend, Amanda Claire, Toby Beal, Joanne Gardner, Paul Scott, Sarah Johnson, Juliette Lowe.
Book by Stephen Clark. Lyrics Stephen Clark. Music Stephen Keeling. Director Steven Dexter. Director David White (music). Director Stuart Andrews (music). Choreographer Villmore James. Lighting Mark Doubleday.

My Father's Son

My Father's Son (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0348567472. Details of all My Father's Son archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S02081353237

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14 Jul 99
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17 Jul 99
Sheffield Theatres
Sheffield
South Yorkshire

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