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Tickets for Reputation at The Other Palace Studio are available now!
Do not miss your chance to snag tickets to Reputation The Musical when it makes its world premiere at The Other Palace Studio in London for an extremely limited run this autumn. With only 10 performances you’ll want to make sure you book your Reputation tickets early or risk disappointment!
What is Reputation The Musical about?
The late 1930s in Hollywood were a time when studios were having trouble meeting the seemingly endless demand for new talkies. Freddy Larceny is determined to take full advantage of this. He’s running a scam to claim the work of new writers off as his own. When an aspiring novelist and student at a Paris women’s college, Michelle Grant, answers his advertisement in a trade newspaper, Freddy has it made. Larceny plagiarises her script, getting a writer’s credit for himself, and the film goes on to receive an Oscar nomination. This compelling new musical uses 25 original songs in the style of the mid-1900s most beloved lyricists to tell the story of Michelle’s struggle to earn recognition for his stolen work. A captivating tale, loosely based on a true story that, for legal reasons cannot be discussed, highlights the female fight of equality and recognition.
Who is involved in Reputation The Musical?
This major new retro musical was written by Alick Glass and is directed by multiple award-winning composer and director Warren Willis who also provides music direction. Casting announcements for the world premiere of Reputation The Musical will be made in due course.
Reputation The Musical makes its world premiere at The Other Palace Studio for an extremely limited run. Do not be caught short, make sure you book your Reputation tickets as soon as possible to guarantee the best seats at the best prices to this incredible new musical event.
clare wade15th November
A light musical with a sweet story. Lovely blowsy ladies and strong male leads, very much enjoyed.
Charles Moseley15th November
Extremely talented cast, aside from a few accent slips (but those are pretty commonplace). During the performance, someone's phone went off right next to the performers to the point where it almost drowned out the band--kudos to them for going on like it hadn't happened, despite the small proximity. The entire musical was extremely enjoyable to watch, which makes up for the fact that a lot of the action takes place off-stage. I appreciate what the cast did with such a small space and hope that the musical finds more life outside The Other Palace.
Mrs Catherine Tollan10th November
A stripped back musical. Clever use of stage , props and movement in such a small space All cast fully committed to their parts. Entertaining with some comedy covering a relevant subject.
Really enjoyed this musical - much more than better known ones in the West End. All the performers were very enthusiastic and engaging throughout, telling a good story and in a lovely intimate environment. Highly recommend!