In 1998 Premier Productions presented ‘A Chorus Line’ in the upstairs of the Forum Theatre – at the time the only venue big enough to allow 18 people to stand side by side! At the time it was a brave move, some would call it fool hardy – and it subsequently lost a fortune and put paid to Premier Productions for 4 years after that. Here’s some backstage footage at the start and then ‘One Singular Sensation’ – the iconic finale to the show.
A visit to Panto today and back to 2008 when Waterford Panto Society produced the only one of it’s 33 productions outside of the Theatre Royal – in ‘The Forum’. The Theatre was being renovated […]
Video day, and it’s a departure from the normal Tops videos (plenty of those to come in the future!). 20 years ago this week Premier Productions had ‘Joseph’ on stage – to this day still […]
Here is the show programme from Jim Nolans ‘The Gods Are Angry’, produced in 1998 by Waterford Dramatic Society. 1998 – The Gods Are Angry Miss Kerr – Show Programme