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Taking its inspiration from Shakespeare, “Kiss Me, Kate” recounts the backstage and onstage antics of two feuding romantic couples during a touring production of “The Taming of the Shrew.” Sparkling with 18 classic Cole Porter songs, “Kiss Me, Kate” epitomizes the Broadway musical comedy at its irresistible best. Cole Porter’s most successful musical, the original production of “Kiss Me, Kate” opened on Broadway at the New Century Theatre on December 30, 1948 and ran for 1,077 performances. It won five Tony Awards in 1949, and the revival in 2000, also won five Tony Awards.
Director: Martine Young
Musical Directors: Laura Brown and Elizabeth Snowden-Reeve
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When & Where
Rhoda McGaw Theatre
The Ambassadors, Peacocks Centre
GU21 6GQ Woking
Woking Amateur Operatic Society
Kiss Me, Kate
Tuesday 2nd - Saturday 6th May 2017
2.30pm Saturday Matinée
Tickets are priced from just £11 (Tuesday opening night), with standard tickets £16 for all other performances. Ticket price does not include eventbrite charges. Group discounts are available on Wed. and Thur. nights and the Sat. mat. for purchases of 10 or more tickets but only for orders placed directly with the WAOS Box Office (07765 006565).
Please note: Online tickets sales will be closed for each performance at 23.45 on the preceding day of the performance. Any remaining tickets will be available at the theatre door at £12.50 (Tuesday) and £17.50 all other performances.
WAOS is a local musical theatre group based in Woking. We put on two shows a year in the Rhoda McGaw Theatre in Woking, along with occasional concerts.
New members are always welcome both on stage and behind the scenes and if you would like to know more, please email email@example.com or visit our website at www.waos.info. If you're interested in acting, singing, dancing, building scenery, stage management, publicity, marketing, front of house, costumes, make up, props, lighting, sound, or even making the tea at rehearsals, we'd love to hear from you! Our regular shows are cast through auditions for principal parts, which are open for anyone to land a role, and of course all members are free to take part as a member of the chorus.
Woking Amateur Operatic Society is a registered charity No 284122.