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CLICK is independently funded, and I am so
grateful to our Angels: Wendy Cook,
Alison Cuell, Abigail Gill,
Elizabeth Maxwell, David Sanderson,
Jenny Whitlock, Ruth Williams,
and Mr & Mrs FW Tang for their
generosity and support.
A new musical based on the life and assassination of
Archbishop Oscar Romero who was shot on 24th March 1980
for daring to speak out for human rights. His legacy
lives on through the people of El Salvador, and such
compassion for one's community (so sadly lacking in
current times) can never be imparted enough today.
CLICK is delighted to be producing the London Premiere
of "Romero", which will then be made available for
general performance following the Vanbrugh production.
Materials even include a school drama package that
includes a Scheme of Work.
The JERWOOD VANBRUGH THEATRE, Malet Street, London
Sunday September 27th 2009, 2.30pm
THE COMPANY ALSO PLAY:
The Death Squad Soldiers
Alessandro "Sky" Modebe
People of El Salvador
SISTER DEANNA ORTIZ
ARTURO RIVERA Y DAMAS
THE PAPAL NUNCIO
Allan de Leal Beatriz
YSAX RADIO DJ
THE YSAX "JINGLE GIRLS"
Kathryn Maria Broadbent
Rebecca Breslin Peel
THE TV REPORTER
JULIO, THE DOVE HANDLER
Ashley Alymann, Analyn Pelayre, Katie
Arranged by Richard Benbow
Luke Sharman, Oliver Warrack
Jenny Whitlock (assisted by) Maureen
Fook Wah Tang
ABOUT THE WRITERS:
After researching in Particle Physics at Oxford in the
1970's, Liam took up his day job of Mathematics teacher
at Worth and latterly at Michael Hall. Meanwhile, he
continued to compose/direct/sing/play music for various
'HERE IN THIS PLACE'[Cassette HAVPC 165 in the Herald
Envoy Series]recorded in Worth Abbey Church.
He has written and musically directed several theatre
pieces in collaboration with librettist/director/law
lecturer George Daly e.g. 'ROMERO' a music drama about
the heroic, martyred Archbishop of El Salvador,and most
recently 'SHAKEN NOT SPEARED',performed at RADA in April
2003. From 1985 to 2007 he regularly accompanied
Michelle Mannveille,the People's Diva, for concerts and
George Daly (Libretto)
George is a lecturer at the College of Law, London. To
date he has written, produced, directed and performed in
countless productions including "Shaken Not Speared"
(original work); "Xanadu About Nothing" (Original Work);
"Into the Woods"; "Hot Mikado"; "Oh What a Lovely War";
" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum".
George is a inspiration to all that know him, and Audrey
would like to express her own personal thanks to the
many opportunities and the effervescent support he has
always offered her.
MUSIC ORCHESTRATED AND ARRANGED BY RICHARD
Liam and George are currently working on "SHAKEN NOT
SPEARED", Shakespeare's most famous tragedies
transformed into a musical comedy, to be performed in
the new year.
Massive Thank You -
We are extremely grateful to The Romero Trust who have
kindly agreed to assist with our production costs