Grease will staged in March 20161,102 views
Did you Miss the 2014 show of Nida Butt’s production of Grease? Which her company created For Stage Productions is now going to bring the show return in March upcoming year.
Owing to its recognition, Nida and team have determined to bring it to the stage again, merely because it’s traditional.
Providing information she stated that a few shows never die out for the audience. She further added that “A show like Grease is eternal, and has sufficient liveliness to go for a number of months at a time. It is no surprise it go for decades on the West End and Broadway. The Made for Stage Productions’ 2014 go of Grease was only 20 shows, a lot of people never obtained a probability to amuse by it.”
Grease may not be the solitary show to blot its return. Nida exposed that “Made for Stage productions turns ten next years,” she further stated that “We are commemorating by getting back a few of our many appreciated productions. We may still have one further blockbuster up our sleeve for 2016!”
Fresh faces to be anticipated as entitle for the audition has been given.
Even though in the preceding production, performers like Sanam Saeed, Ayesha Omar and Ahmed Ali (of Karachi Se Lahore fame) astonished the viewers, this time Nida is providing an opening to a novice with a call for auditions that jolt off next week on November 2, 6 and 13 at MAD School. But that doesn’t represent that we won’t be bearing in mind our favorite stars! “Some old faces and some new. Auditions start in November, so all the youngsters out there: it’s time to brush up on those acting, dancing and singing skills and give it a go.”
Is the moment fair and sufficient for My Fair Lady? Not so far, but Nida guarantee it will take stage soon.
Nida illustrates as to why that production has been stopped the progress of and public how her program is completely full.
“My Fair Lady is on hold right now. 2015 was the year of festivals for us, which is why we didn’t stage it. Instead, we had our hands full with the Karachi Mubarak Festivals and then the I am Karachi Music Festival, which touched the lives of tens of thousands of people. Our 2016 programming remains equally busy: with festivals, education programs for children from underserviced communities and theater productions. So fans of My Fair Lady may have to wait yet again!”