2016 graduate Zoe Rogers will join in the ensemble of 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
The production will be directed by the show’s co-author Mark Bramble - director of many award-winning previous productions of 42nd Street on Broadway and around the world. 42nd Street will arrive in London at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in April 2017 with an all-singing, high-kicking cast of over 50, ready to explode on to the West End’s biggest stage.
Zoe commented on her time at Trinity Laban:
‘Because Trinity Laban offers courses for musicians, dancers and musical theatre performers, there is a great range of talent to see and mingle with.
The conservatoire provides supportive tutors and a safe working environment where students can experiment and push themselves to successfully achieve goals. This has certainly boosted my confidence in my ability!’
For more information and to book tickets, please visit the 42nd Street website.
Our BA3 musical theatre students will be bringing acclaimed musical The Clockmaker’s Daughter back to life at the Laban Theatre on Fri 2 & Saturday 3 December.
Opening last year Off-West End, The Clockmaker's Daughter quickly sold out and became one of the most popular and highly acclaimed shows of the year. For more information and to book tickets visit our events page.
You can also experience what life as a musical theatre student at Trinity Laban at our BA (Hons) Musical Theatre Performance Open Day, on Thursday 1 December 2016.The day will include a range of activities that will help you gain an insight into the vibrant Musical Theatre Department, including workshops in all three disciplines, meeting with members of the faculty and students and a Q&A session.
For more information and to book, please visit our Musical Theatre pages.