Community singers are needed to take part in a forthcoming choral theatre production which is being performed at the iconic Liverpool Cathedral.
Cut to the Chase Productions is on the lookout for choir members to be part of its live show ‘Through the Wilderness’.
Created by John Browne and Jen Hayes, the theatre piece tells the universal story of a quest for meaning and uses extracts from classic texts, pop culture and advertising.
Set to be performed on the evenings of 16 and 17 May, the show features a score which will bring together a sacred choir, a choir of vulnerable adults and a community choir.
Jen Hays says: “We want to hear from community singers who would love to be part of this important live show and perform in the magnificent Liverpool Cathedral.
“This is going to be a very memorable experience for everyone involved in it as well as those coming along to watch: anyone interested in joining us should email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details of how to get involved.”
Community choir participants will need to attend rehearsals from 2-6pm on 6 and 7 May, and then from 11am-6pm on 13 May. A final rehearsal before the show will take place from 6-10pm on 15 May.
John Browne adds: “We warmly welcome anyone who can hold a note to join us for a short intensive rehearsal period in early May. This is an extraordinary opportunity to sing rich affecting music in the glorious acoustic of the cathedral.”
Tickets to watch the pilot ‘Through the Wilderness’ production are free but limited, and must be reserved in advance by registering online at Eventbrite.
The show is being presented in association with Liverpool Cathedral Youth Choir, Tom Harrison House, Genie in the Gutter, Liverpool Iranian Community, The Brink, Blue Room Dance.