Popular to present 'Fame The Musical'
Dubai, June 15, 2010
Popular Productions will present the Middle East premiere of the popular West End Musical ‘Fame’ as an official event of Dubai Summer Surprises next month.
Fame The Musical will run from July 13 to 17 at The First Group Theatre, Souk Madinat, Jumeirah, Dubai.
The highly successful stage version of the Oscar nominated box office smash hit 80’s movie and Emmy winning TV series played to millions of people for over 10 years in London’s West End. It was nominated for two Olivier awards and has been seen in over 50 countries worldwide. Last year, the smash hit remake movie brought Fame to a whole new audience.
Fame the Musical follows the students at New York's School of the Performing Arts through their tough, four-year course. We see them coming to terms with life and relationships: we see those who persevere, who are resilient - and those who are not. Above all, we see them perceiving the need to strive for excellence to be the best actor, singer, dancer or musician that they can be. Fame is one of the best loved musicals of all time.
Fame is about real people, desperate to be the best whilst life gets in the way.
The show features a cast of some of the West End’s best performers, who have performed in such international hit shows as Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Blood Brothers, Jerry Springer the Opera and Sweet Charity alongside Dubai’s hottest upcoming talent.
“Pulsating choreography, stunning sets, costumes and lighting all under the highly popular, state of the art First Group Theatre, ensure that Fame the Musical is the real deal,” said a spokesperson.
More information is available at www.fameonstage.com -– TradeArabia News Service
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