Next up in our Guys and Dolls interview series Zoe Most who is stepping up to bat to take on the iconic role of the fabulous but long-suffering showgirl, Miss Adelaide. Describe Miss Adelaide in three words? Loving, patient, nasal What similarities and differences have you found between you and Adelaide? I would say we're both characters. I'm very strong willed, and I think she is too - especially for the time the show is set. I like academia, but don't think I have much comm
With Guys and Dolls opening in just under two weeks, we wanted to take the chance to get to know some of our leading men and women a little better. In the run up to the show, we will bring you interviews with various cast members, giving you an insight into what has been going through their minds (maybe not everything...) over the last eight weeks. First up, GMT veteran Alan Digweed who is playing long-time gambler and 'make-it-happen-man', Nathan Detroit. Describe Nathan Det
We invited Director Nicola Coffield to give us a little behind-the-scenes info on Guys & Dolls. Unfortunately, what we got was a crafting tutorial. If you’re familiar with Guys & Dolls, you’ll know that the Save-A-Soul Mission, a well-meaning group of sin-fighting missionaries, are a large feature. When thinking about costumes for the Mission, one of the first things I Googled (almost jokingly) when we started rehearsals was "how to make a Salvation Army bonnet". Amazingly, I
It's audition season. We know from experience that lots of you think about auditioning for shows but never take the plunge and come along to meet us. That makes us sad, because we'd like to meet you. We reckon you're pretty awesome. So we looked at the top 5 reasons you might not have signed up for an audition yet, and Andi Denny speaks to some of our previous cast members who can tell you why you shouldn't worry... #1. You've auditioned before, and you didn't get in; and #2.
Think that landing a part in a musical is as easy as a couple of doh-re-mis and a step-ball-change? Think again. Seasoned performer (and GMT's latest leading lady) Kelly Johnston, is here to tell you that the yellow-brick road to success is not quite as easy to travel as it may seem... Glasgow Music Theatre believes that you shouldn't be cast in a show simply because you are already a member or have had leading roles in the past. GMT is a company who get excited about new mem