Footloose (2013)

MUSCOM presents their production of…FOOTLOOSE!
Based on the hit movie (starring Kevin Bacon, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jon Lithgow) FOOTLOOSE is an explosion of classic 80s anthems including Holding Out For A Hero, Almost Paradise, Let’s Hear It For The Boy and of course, FOOTLOOSE!
When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town, Ren finds it hard to adjust to the local laws of Bomont – one of which is a ban on dancing. After a tricky beginning to his new life, Ren manages to bring music and dancing back to the town of Bomont but does he manage to get the girl too? FOOTLOOSE is packed full of electrifying dance routines, guaranteed to get you to your feet tapping.Dancing is not a crime; to miss Footloose would be!

Half a Sixpence (2012)

Based on the novel by H G Wells, Half A Sixpence follows the relationship between childhood friends Arthur Kipps and Ann. When parted as children, Kipps cuts a sixpence in half and tells Ann to look at it whenever she misses him.
Meeting up years later, they re-kindle their childhood friendship only for circumstances to separate them again. Is the grass really greener on the other side? Can true love bring them back together? Can love really conquer all? What’s the secret to true happiness? With well known songs including Half A Sixpence and Flash, Bang, Wallop! coupled with previously unheard songs, Warner Brown’s new version of this timeless classic will appeal to audiences young and old.

High School Musical (2011)

Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez come from two different worlds: Troy the Basketball Captain is the biggest Jock of them all, and Gabriella is the new Brainiac in school. They meet at a New Year’s Eve party and fall in love, but when they meet again in school their true identities are revealed. The social cliques they belong to don’t approve of this new friendship and try to separate them. Determined to overcome the trend, Troy and Gabriella audition for the school musical. However, drama queen Sharpay Evans and her brother Ryan, the co-captains of the Drama department, try in every way to prevent Troy and Gabriella from winning over them in the callbacks.
Can Troy and Gabriella ever be together? Who will win the callbacks? Will their friends ever accept each other for who they are? Can they beat the Status Quo?

Copacabana (2010)

Her name was Lola….she was a showgirl….

Stephen, an aspiring songwriter, begins to dream about his next big hit and he thinks back to a time where “music and passion were always in fashion” at the world famous Copacabana nightclub in New York City.
Lola la Mar, just arrived in New York hoping to become a star goes to the Copacabana Nightclub. Here she meets Tony Forte (Stephen) and Tony instantly falls for Lola and introduces her to the owner of the club, Sam Silver, who offers her a job. Rico Castelli, an Italian gangster, enters the Copacabana, and takes an interest in Lola. He drugs her and takes her back to Cuba with him. When Tony finds out that Lola has been kidnapped he goes to Cuba to rescue her. There is a huge fight….Rico is killed…but just who shot who?

West Side Story (2009)

WEST SIDE STORY is the award winning adaptation of the Shakespearean classic, Romeo and Juliet. Set in on the streets of New York City in the 1950s we meet two rival gangs – the JETS (a gang of white teenagers) led by Riff, and the SHARKS (the immigrant Puerto Ricans) led by Bernardo.
The gangs fight at any given opportunity and their hatred for one another has reached breaking point – neither can coexist with any form of understanding for their cultural differences. When Riff’s best friend Tony meets Bernardo’s younger sister Maria, no one can do anything to stop their love. With opposition from both sides, they meet in secret and plan to run away together.
In the meantime, the Jets challenge the Sharks to a rumble – Maria sends Tony to stop the fight, but before he can reach the gangs tragedy strikes with Bernardo killing Riff. Tony is so overcome with anger and grief that he retaliates, killing Bernardo instantly. After such devastation, can Maria and Tony have the happily ever after they have dreamed about?

Sweet Charity (2008)

Charity Hope Valentine is the girl, employed as a hostess at a New York dance hall in the lates 1960’s. Inside the Fan-Dango Ballroom, Charity is companioned with streetwise hostesses who often share their cynical advice aboutu love and occassionally their long abandoned dreams, whilst Herman (the dance hall manager) makes sure the customers get what they have paid for. Outside of the dance hall, Charity’s innocence is taken advantage of by con artists, panhandlers and even a boyfriend who pushes her into the lake whislt stealing her savings! Our heroine manages a fleeting glimpse of fame when she unexpectedly spends the night in the closet of the Italian screen idol, Vittorio Vidal. Charity’s real hope for happiness comes along when the fickle finger of fate traps her in an elevator with claustrophobic tax accountant, Oscar Lindquist. Charity joins Oscar at the Rhythm of Life Church led by Reverend Momma Brubeck and romance ensues until Oscar learns of Charity’s true occupation and dating history. Through trials and tribulations, sweet Charity continues searching for love, wide-eyed and hopeful.

Through Modern Millie (2007)

Based on the 1967 Oscar winning film, Thoroughly Modern Millie, is the story of Millie a young girl from Kansas who travels to New York in search of a new life. It’s the 1920s and NYC is the stylish, modern place to be – when she arrives she cuts her hair, shortens her hem lines and embraces her new life. She has a plan, to get a good job as a secretary to a very rich man and then marry him. She finds a room at Hotel Priscilla, catering for single young ladies, orphans preferably. The owner, a sinister Mrs Meers is actually kidnapping the girls who stay there and shipping them off to the Far East as white slaves. What does Millie do when her new friend suddenly goes missing? How does she feel about Jimmy, the penniless but rather charming man she met on the street?

Crazy For You (2006)

Backstage at the Zangler Theatre in New York City we meet Bela Zangler, the owner who is in love with his dance captain Tess and Bobby Child, the heir to a wealthy banking family who dreams of being in show business. He auditions for Zangler, but it is not a success and Zangler laughs him out of the theatre. Outside the theatre Bobby is accosted by Irene, his fiancé and his mother who persuades him to go the Deadrock, Nevada to foreclose a property. When his choice is Deadrock, Nevada or Irene…he chooses Deadrock, Nevada and races to Grand Central Station.
Deadrock, Nevada is as dull as its name – a has been mining town with only one woman living there, Polly Baker. Her father, Everett, owns the theatre that Bobby has been sent to close down. Bobby sees Polly and falls in love instantly, unfortunately Polly hates Bobby on first sight, even though secretly she yearns for someone to watch over her. Bobby persuades Polly to dance with him, and as she does she falls in love. Only then
does he reveal who he is – she is heartbroken and flees, never wanting to see him again.

Bobby can think of only one thing to do – save the theatre. He enlists the help of the Follies Girls and dresses up as Zangler to help put on a show and stop the theatre from being closed down. After two weeks Irene shows up looking for Bobby, he persuades her to stay and keep his cover but in the meantime Polly has fallen for Zangler.
When the real Bela Zangler turns up in Deadrock in search of Tess, the love of his life, a mismatch of love and drama ensues. Polly doesn’t know the real Zangler from the fake Zangler and we wait to see if Bobby can win Polly’s love and save the theatre from being closed down.

 

Half a Sixpence (2005)

Based on the novel by H G Wells, Half A Sixpence follows the relationship between childhood friends Arthur Kipps and Ann. When parted as children, Kipps cuts a sixpence in half and tells Ann to look at it whenever she misses him.
Meeting up years later, they re-kindle their childhood friendship only for circumstances to separate them again. Is the grass really greener on the other side? Can true love bring them back together? Can love really conquer all? What’s the secret to true happiness?

With well known songs including Half A Sixpence and Flash, Bang, Wallop!


2016 Fame
2015  Legally Blonde
2014  Grease
2013  Footloose
2012  Half A Sixpence
2011  High School Musical

2010  Copacabana
2009  West Side Story
2008  Back to the 80s
2008  Sweet Charity
2007  FAME – The Musical
2007  Thoroughly Modern Millie
2006  Crazy For You
2005  Half A Sixpence
2004  42nd Street
2003  Copacabana
2002  Guys and Dolls
2001  Oklahoma
2000  Mack and Mabel

1999  Crazy For You
1998  Calamity Jane
1997  South Pacific
1996  The Will Rodgers Follies
1995  42nd Street
1994  Meet Me In St Louis
1993  Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
1992  Anything Goes
1991  Kiss Me Kate
1990  Irene

1989  The Pajama Game
1988  Annie Get Your Gun
1987  Half A Sixpence
1986  Hello, Dolly!
1985  George M
1984  Mack and Mabel
1983  The Music Man
1982  Fiddler on the Roof
1981  Oklahoma!
1980  Irene

1979  The Kind and I
1978  South Pacific
1977  The Good Companion
1976  Applause The Boyfriend
1945  The Count of Luxembourg
1975  The Card
1974  Finian’s Rainbow
1973  Charlie Girl
1972  Little Me
1971  Sweet Charity
1970  Hello, Dolly!

1969  Robert and Elizabeth!
1968  Half a Sixpence
1967  The Music Man
1966  How to Succeed
in Business
1965  Guys and Dolls
1964  Kiss me, Kate
1963  Flower Drum Song
1962  Call me Madam
1961  Kismet
1960  The Pajama Game

1959  The Merry Widow
1958  Carousel
1957  White Horse Inn
1956  Perchance to Dream
1955  Annie Get Your Gun
1954  The Dancing Years
1953  Madame Pompadour
1952  Show Boat
1950  The Mousme

1949  Wild Violets
1948  The Vagabond King
1947  The Lilac Domino
1946  The Lady of the Rose
1940  The Cousin from Nowhere

1939  The Caberet Girl
1938  The Cousin from Nowhere