A group of professional and semi professional theatre workers based in and around Brecon are putting on a production of ‘Heathers- The Musical’ a rock musical based on the 1988 film of the same name .
Hearing that the production team were searching for talented young performers, Lucy Richards , Director of Performing Arts , encouraged six of Christ College Brecon’s Drama students to audition and we are delighted to announce that all were successful.
Georgiana Griffith- Evans , Sophie Williams and Zander Delehaye have principle roles and Jasmine Anderson , Maddie Martin-Brown, and Hannah Johnson have ensemble parts.
Heather Duke will be played by the incredibly talented Georgiana Griffith-Evans. Georgie’s previous credits include-Tempest, Annie, The Phantom of The Opera , A Christmas Carol,Othello, These Bridges, Macbeth, Blood Brothers, Cinderella, Brainstorm, Blood Relations, The Jungle Book Agnes of God.
Heather McNamara will be played by the fantastic Sophie Williams. Her previous credits include-Scrooge: The Musical, The Phantom of the Opera, Alice in Wonderland and The Jungle Book .
Ram Sweeney will be performed by the extremely talented Zander Delahaye. Zander’s credits include- P T Barnum- The Greatest Showman (with the West End) The Ghost or Christmas yet to come / Mr Pringle- Scrooge the Musical The Artful Dodger- Oliver King of Hearts- Alice in Wonderland Ziggy the Vulture- The Jungle Book.
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