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Coming Soon: Company

October 21, 2012
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Event: Stephen Sondheim’s “Company” by Dream World Productions
Venue: Drama Centre Theatre
Run: 1st – 11th Nov 2012

Witness The Magic Of Sondheim

Sondheim fans, rejoice!

One of the most well-known and beloved musicals of Stephen Sondheim – “Company” – opens next week at the Drama Centre Theatre.

“Company” was the first musical from the successful collaboration between Sondheim and producer Harold Prince, which also yielded other well-known musicals such as “Follies”, “A Little Night Music” and “Sweeney Todd”.

It is a concept musical composed of short vignettes examining the issues of marriage as it pertains to urban life, with the lead character “Bobby” representing the linking device.

The musical has won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Original Music and Best Original Lyrics in 1971.

If there was one musical which would open your eyes to the world of Sondheim musicals, then “Company” would definitely be it.

This Dream World Productions staging is directed by Hossan Leong and choreographed by George Chan, while the lead role of Bobby is played by Peter Ong.

The cast also includes the likes of Tan Kheng Hua, Karen Tan, Brendon Fernandez, Petrina Kow, Candice de Rozario, Ivan Choong, Matt Grey, Tim Garner, Rebecca Spykerman, Juwanda Hassim, Mina Kaye, Glory Ngim, and Seong Hui Xuan.

Don’t miss this opportunity to catch one of the most iconic and monumental shows in Broadway history!

Ticket Purchase: SISTIC Link (here)
Facebook Page: Dream Academy Productions

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