Yes – those talented students of TheatreTrain are back, this time with a very different production which showcases the huge variety of skills and experience which the students have been developing this term.
While a traditional show demands specific performance techniques and approaches, they are limited by the requirements of the storyline and staging. Turning this around, TheatreTrain started with the range of knowledge and capabilities students would enjoy and benefit from working on, and built the show around these. The young singers, dancers and actors have therefore been challenged in a wide variety of genres and disciplines throughout the last term – and they are very excited at the prospect of showing you their new abilities.
Every age group, every level of expertise and each individual performance have been brought together under the colourful umbrella of the title: A World of Colour. Each piece has a connection to a colour, either in the title of a song, a show or a dance routine. Whether it’s the youngest members of the group, some as young as 3 years old, singing Rainbow Submarine and Colours All Around, seasonal treats like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, old rocking numbers such as Blue Suede Shoes or well known show stoppers like the Joseph Megamix and One Short Day in the Emerald City, your feet won’t stop tapping.
We all need a little more colour in our lives, especially after the last couple of years, so treat yourself this Christmas – come along to Shanklin Theatre on 10th and 11th December and enjoy the rainbow of colour, music, drama, dance and song. Rainbows bring sunshine and happiness after the rain, and you will leave the theatre feeling positive, hopeful and happy. Get your tickets now at https://www.shanklintheatre.com/events/theatretrain_presents_world_of_colour/details.aspx
Or phone the box office on 01983 868000 – but hurry, tickets are selling fast!
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