The European Premier of ‘Fame’ took place in the Theatre Royal in the winter of 1992. It was probably not the best show ever to grace the Theatre Royal stage, but if it achieved anything – it started another group of youngsters on the road to producing musical theatre. Spotlight became Premier Productions, and the rest is history… but for now – enjoy some of the history… more innocent times when it was acceptable to ‘Black Face’ a cast – or was it ever acceptable? Probably not – but simpler times for sure.
Why Not Theatre Company (1995)
The Why Not Theatre Company was a predecessor of the Waterford Variety Club under the direction of Michael Grant. In 1995 they produced a show for the ‘Topless’ years – see below for more! […]
Vintage Theatre Royal External and Renovation Photos
A huge thanks again to Dermot Power for these photos. I’m only too delighted to add them to the archive. This time it’s a collection of external photos, renovation photos and some featuring Flaggy Lane […]
Video – A Room in Bloomsbury – The Boyfriend 1994
February 1, 2021 waterfordtheatrearchive De La Salle College Musical, Posts With Video, Some Posts From The Archives 0
From the 1994 productions of ‘The Boyfriend’ by De La Salle College here is Mark Power and Ursula Hauck with ‘A Room In Bloomsbury’.
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