Godspell


The award-winning Musical Youth Company of Oxford presents an exciting new production of the groundbreaking rock opera Godspell.

Based on the Gospel of St. Matthew, with music by three-time Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz (Wicked), Godspell took the world by storm when it opened in 1971.

A compelling tale of friendship, loyalty and love, this joyous, high-spirited show dramatises the teachings and last days of Jesus in a variety of musical styles including rock ‘n’ roll, R&B and ragtime! It features hit songs including Day by Day, Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord, By My Side, Save The People and All For The Best.

Join MYCO’s bright young stars, as they stir the soul and raise the spirits.

Duration: 2 hours 20mins with interval

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Presented by Musical Youth Company of Oxford

By John-Michael Tabelak
Lyricist and Composer Stephen Schwartz
Director and Choreographer Guy Brigg MBE
Musical Director Julie Todd

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Presented by Musical Youth Company of Oxford

This amateur production of ‘Godspell’ is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.

  • Richly entertaining and immensely impressive.
       
    Oxford Times on 42nd Street, 2016
  • High notes, high kicks, very high standards. This is one of the best things I’ve seen in Oxford.
       
    Daily Info on Guys and Dolls 2014

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