Calgary musical in New York
Requiem For a Lost Girl is a musical created by Calgarians about life on the street. It explores themes of poverty, mental illness, and addictions. It's making its New York debut tonight. The show is a revamped version of Two Bit Operation that was presented at the High Performance Rodeo in 2010. The cast includes some of the homeless in New York City. Doug Dirks talks to the associate producer Andrew Block, and Anderson Footman, who raps about his experiences living on the streets of New York City.
Requiem For a Lost Girl plays at the New York Musical Theatre Festival tonight at 8pm and Wednesday July 18, at 1 and 5pm in the Theatre at St. Clements in New York City. The book and lyrics are by Onalea Gilbertson, the music is by Marcel Bergmann, the show features Calgary's Land's End Chamber Ensemble.
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