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Dorset Echo
Dorset, UK

2/27/2008

Fame Forever, Weymouth Pavilion

A RARE opportunity to present a premiere production of a major musical has not been wasted on Weymouth Operatic Society who have pulled out all the stops wuth this sequel to David de Silva's 1980s smash hit Fame.

Director and choreographer, Julie Storey, has succeeded brilliantly in staging what is in fact a showpiece for dancers linked by both songs and production numbers. Showpiece dance numbers dominate this show and the young cast are fortunate in being supported by a particularly fine orchestra under the baton of Matthew Reed who copes with rock, mambo, opera and rap with consummate ease.

Weymouth Operatic Society has bravely taken a new direction with this fast moving, up-to-the-minute show and its cast of young singers and dancers. They are to be congratulated for grasping a unique opportunity that will hopefully propel the Society into new and exciting projects in the future.

By Marion Cox

 

 

 

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