A flood of young talent is hard at work over the Easter break putting together a production based on the Biblical story of Noah.
Jo Penniston of production company Vivo D’Arte said: “With all original songs and lyrics this new musical is set to be a hit, and has already played to packed houses at its world premiere where each night the cast received a standing ovation.
“A cast of over 40 young performers and behind the scenes participants are working hard for the production over the Easter holidays.
“Writers Ian Gower and Rob Alderton are both working with the Vivo D’Arte team – a fantastic opportunity for the cast to work closely with the writers during the production.
“We are delighted that 12 pupils from Rudolf Steiner have joined the cast including young people from more that 20 different schools. We hope to match the success of last summer’s production of Les Miserables.”
Noah the Musical will be staged from Thursday, April 11 to Saturday, April 13 at 7.45pm each night, with a 2.30pm matinee on the Saturday, at Rudolf Steiner School in Kings Langley.
Tickets are £5 to £11, available through www.vivodarte.co.uk