Over at Verbatim, Karen has a great little game for Wednesday’s. Wiki Wednesday! Time to learn something!
1. Go to Wikipedia.
2. Click on “Random article” in the left-hand sidebar box.
3. Post it!
Here’s what I got this week:
Laurence Mark Wythe is a British composer, lyricist and writer, principally becoming known for his 2006 musical “Tomorrow Morning” which received a premiere production directed by Nick Winston, produced by Hilary Williams. The production was at the New End Theatre in London and starred Emma Williams, Stephen Ashfield, Alistair Robins and Annette McLaughlin. The original cast album is available on the Dress Circle label. In 2007 “Tomorrow Morning” will be featured at Theatre Building Chicago’s Stages Festival of New Musicals directed by Tom Mullen.
Wythe is emerging as one of the UK’s foremost young writers of new musical theatre. His other shows have been CR7 – Cancer Control Force for Cancer Research (Earl’s Court, NEC, QE2 Centre, SECC and various venues around the UK), A Tragedy of Errors (Cambridge Summer Mussic Festival & Theatre Street Performing Arts, South London), Jack Dagger (Greenwich Theatre Musical Futures workshop, Roll on the Day (Bridewell Theatre workshop).