Collaborators required for historical musical comedy/ cabaret

Story Storks Heritage delivers an interactive story workshop telling the tale of King Athelstan to children from nursery through to KS2.  The story has gone down really well with teachers and parents alike, so much so that they are now developing a version to tell the tale to adults.  King Athelstan was crowned in Kingston – the first event will take place at the Rose Theatre in Kingston as part of the Kingston Connections storytelling festival.

The story will be full of historical facts but will be told in character and will involve writing some songs in the musical comedy genre.  It’s somewhere between storytelling, cabaret, comedy and a musical.  If you think you could help with the development of this project they’d love to hear how and why.

Remuneration will be a box office split.

How to apply:  email explaining how and why you would like to be involved in the project.

Deadline: 30 March 2015

Source: Arts Jobs

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