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Mrs Markham: Cast Announced
MCP is delighted to announce its cast for Move Over Mrs Markham. As is our way at Mad Cow there are some brand new names for you, alongside some well known ones. Those of you who regularly follow our productions will notice that some people, who have previously only played a small role with us, now move into the limelight in a principle one. We love to keep our productions fresh and give new talent a chance. So without further ado, in order of appearance here they are:
And Our Next Producton Is!!
After our hugely successful, sell out production of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum we have chosen the hilarious comedy Move Over Mrs Markham by Ray Cooney and Jonathan Chapman as our next show.
One of the famous Whitehall Comedies, that ran for years in London's West End, it is to be performed in the Walker Theatre, Theatre Severn from Thursday September the 30th to Saturday October the 2nd 2010. Tickets (£12) are now on sale from the Theatre Severn Box Office.
MCP Is Thrilled To Announce: The Producers!
We can't believe it!! Josef Weinbergers Ltd have awarded Mad Cow Productions the licence to perform the utterly fabilous show The Producers, which we will produce in the Main House Theatre Severn in May 2011.
Winner of a record 12 Tony Awards THE PRODUCERS is: Outrageous, hilarious, a teeny bit shocking, off the wall, but never, never boring! You will find yourself holding your sides with laughter as Max Bialystok and Leo Bloom sing and dance their way through the greatest show biz scam that there ever was!
Open Auditions Announced
We are delighted to announce that our next round of Open Audions to become a member of the MCP Company are taking place on:
Saturday May 8th, 2010
The Maidment Building, Shrewsbury School
Play Chosen and Cast Confirmed
After the success of their previous production it was clear to Alex and Lisa that the Mad Cow Motto should be “Make ‘em Laugh!” Audience member after audience member commented on how lovely it was to come out for the evening and laugh; problems were forgotten, spirits were lifted and a good time was had by all. A decision was made; the feel good factor had to stay. So what ever the piece Mad Cow produces, you the audience can be sure of one thing… It will be a giggle!