Steven Schwartz’s (Godspell, Wicked) Tony Award winning latest offering , the 33rd longest musical in Broadway history no less, is our Fringe 2017 offering.
It’s a first for FCT, indeed may be a first production in Scotland, and is directed by Hayley Scott, our MD is, once again, Gus Harrower and Choreography is by Natasha Rose. It’s something of an FCT dream team.
First up though, we have the matter of auditions…
And we have one of our youngest ever performers in Calum Caulfield.
Not sure why this was never published but here it is, better late than never…
Read more here…
Of the 1,800 tickets we had for sale this is the latest update.
We only have 120 tickets left across both the Fringe Box office and the Ticketline. If you need tickets you better move fast as we are 93% sold out.
Here is EXACTLY what is left at the time of writing
Monday 29 at Fringe and 7 at hotline
And that my friends is your lot. We will start to run waiting lists (there is already quite a long one for the second Friday for returns) Please if anybody has sold tickets that are being left at the door and you know the recipient will not turn up let the HOTLINE know now.
This is our Fringe sales printout.
The Fringe has 45 Tickets per night and as you can see three are completely sold out and one night has a single ticket left. Our opening night or the Monday night is looking your best bet at this stage. But you can try the FCT Hotline as a few tickets may remain.
We’ve sold nearly 1,500 of our 1,800 tickets and there’s over a month till opening night so expect ten sell outs.
Thank you to all of our extremely generous show sponsors (all shows are taken) and to our generous band of advertisers.
Rehearsals have been incredible. Spine tingling and the music and movement both defy description. Surely one of FCTs all time highlights.
All Fringe Box Office tickets for the final performance are now sold out.
Tickets available soon through cast members and will go on general sale in early June through the FCT Hotline – details posted in left hand sidebar.