Marry Me A Little Barn Theatre Production forced to close due to lockdown streams online
A show forced to close its run early due to coronavirus lockdown will now be streamed to online audiences later this month.
A recording of the revival production of Sondheim’s Marry Me A Little, will be streamed to online ticket holders later this month.
The Barn Theatre production staged in association with Anthology Theatre and directed by Kirk Jameson, will be streamed digitally from 19-22 November 2020.
Rob Houchen and Celinde Schoenmaker form the cast of the one-act musical which follows two ex-lovers exploring and sharing their secret fantasies.
The musical is formed of songs cut from the original productions of some of Sondheim’s shows, including Follies, Company and A Little Night Music.
CEO and Artistic Director of the Barn Theatre, Iwan Lewis said: “Marry Me A Little was a truly special production that sadly had to close early due to the latest lockdown. We were determined to find a way to ensure the production still got a proper end to its run and are thrilled that we are able to now stream this for anyone who wants to see this wonderful show, wherever they may be. We remain committed to opening our doors and welcoming back our audiences for live theatre, however after the continued success of our digital co-production What a Carve Up! we cannot ignore the global demand for innovative digital theatrical content and so I look forward to announcing further digital plans in the coming weeks.”
Tickets for the streamed production will be £13.50, with options available to add a donation to the theatre (which is a registered charity).
For more information or to book visit: barntheatre.org.uk/all-venues