Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel at Arcola Theatre June 2014

From the Arcola: Voted the best musical of the 20th Century by Time Magazine, Carousel is the classic American musical, with a timeless score that includes the songs If I Loved You, June Is Bustin’ Out All Over and the iconic You’ll Never Walk Alone. This imaginative interpretation from Morphic Graffiti illuminates the immediacy of this heart lifting story; the belief in forgiveness and the power of the human spirit.

When mill worker Julie Jordan falls for the masculine charms of Billy Bigelow, a chain of events unravels that suggests their destiny is predetermined by the hand of fate. Set on the New England coastline, against the backdrop of the Great Depression, this reimagining of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel charts a story of recklessness, regret and redemption.”

Praise for Morphic Graffiti musicals:

For The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes! in 2013:

‘A mischievous sense of fun…’ ★★★★★ – One Stop Arts

‘An absolutely stunning piece of musical theatre’ ★★★★★ – The Public Review

For Jekyll and Hyde in 2012:

‘Absorbing, disturbing and often downright terrifying’ ★★★★ – Time Out

‘Stunning revival’, ‘The Stage Top 100 Highlights in 2012’ – Mark Shenton for The Stage

Arcola Theatre.

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