Promo: Jason Robert Brown’s ‘Parade’ by The Cast at Duchess Theatre Long Eaton 22-26 March

What is Parade about?

Parade is a musical with a book by Alfred Uhry and music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown. The musical is a dramatization of the 1913 trial and imprisonment, and 1915 lynching, of Jewish American Leo Frank in Georgia. Parade is a rarely seen, Jason Robert Brown masterpiece so book now.

It has a brilliant score tells the story with sensitivity, passion and power. This cast truly brings it all together in a spectacular fashion! The Cast are a unique group of performers from across Nottinghamshire/ Derbyshire who aim to present the very best that modern theatre has to offer.

Musical numbers: “The Old Red Hills of Home,” “The Dream of Atlanta,” “How Can I Call This Home,” “The Picture Show,” “I Am Trying to Remember,” “Big News!,” “There Is a Fountain/It Don’t Make Sense,” “Watson’s Lullaby,” “Somethin’ Ain’t Right,” “Real Big News,” “You Don’t Know This Man,” “It Is Time Now,” “Twenty Miles From Marietta,” “The Factory Girls/Come Up to My Office,” “My Child Will Forgive Me,” “That’s What He Said,” “It’s Hard to Speak My Heart,” “A Rumblin’ and a Rollin’,” “Do It Alone,” “Pretty Music,” “Letter to the Governor,” “This Is Not Over Yet,” “Feel the Rain Fall,” “Where Will You Stand When the Flood Comes,” “All the Wasted Time,” “Finale.”

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