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Based upon real events, Parade
tells the story of Leo Frank, a Jewish man accused of murdering a thirteen-year-old factory girl in a small town in Georgia in 1913. Witness a people that thirst for a conviction, the gripping court room drama that subsequently unfolds and the touching love story between Leo and his wife, Lucille. Parade
shows a quest for justice which is resisted by a world filled with racial and religious tensions but ultimately illustrates the enduring power of love and self-belief against all odds. Follow this gripping journey: from the shocking discovery of the murdered child, through the corrupt murder investigation, past the court case that became known as ?The Trial of the Century' and Lucille's efforts to clear her husband's name, towards the show's thrilling conclusion.Music Jason Robert Brown. Book by Alfred Uhry. Lyrics Jason Robert Brown. Music Harold Prince (songs). Presented by National Youth Music Theatre. Director Hannah Chissick. Musical Director Laurence Stannard. Choreographer Matthew Cole. Music Laura Bangay (musical supervision). Design Diego Pitarch. Lighting Rob Halliday. Sound Luke Swaffield (for Autograph). Producer Jeremy Walker (for NYMT).
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