2084: Inspired By Orwell’s Dystopia

Living in a world of Alexas and Siris, we have just sort of accepted the fact that near enough every move we make is tracked and recorded. We are influenced by social media, by the creatives, with those 180 little characters and viral videos having a big impact; you wouldn’t…

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A Chat With…Devon Hadsell

Devon Hadsell made her Broadway debut heading back to High School in Tina Fey’s incredible new musical Mean Girls. She took some time out of her busy schedule to chat to me about her roles in the show (that’s 8 shows a week in the ensemble as Caitlyn Caussin plus understudying…

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The Book of Mormon Is About To Become One Of Your Favourite Shows Of 2019

The Book of Mormon came to life in 2011, after almost seven years of development. Opening on Broadway at Eugene O’Neill Theatre, the show received an overwhelming response and set record ticket sales at the theatre. Since it opened eight years ago, the show has delighted audiences around the world, with…

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A Chat With…Danny Becker

Danny Becker is an actor and vocal coach currently performing in Disney’s Aladdin in London’s West-End. I had the absolute pleasure of chatting with Danny over FaceTime, where we discussed his role in the show, his other ventures and why everyone should believe in themselves. How did you get into Musical…

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The Statue of Liberty & The Empire State Building

Our last full day in New York City began with the news that Trump had announced a partial government shutdown…All together now…🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 A partial government shutdown occurs when the government suspends all non-essential operations. Essential operations including hospital staff, FBI agents and airport security are required to work unpaid, meaning they have…

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