Tori Amos Musical Shelved By National Theatre
October 21, 2011 by staff
Tori Amos Musical Shelved By National Theatre, Tori Amos Musical Preview The light princess has reportedly been shelved. The adaptation of the singer-songwriter in the history of George MacDonald was due to open in the Lyttleton Theatre in April, but has been indefinitely postponed its world premiere, reports the Guardian.
The National Theatre has denied that the project has been completely canceled and a spokesman told the newspaper: “. The continuous development is the princess of light and we will announce a new date for production at the right time”
Time of Amos in the production of the project had already been announced by the National Theater of the spring 2012 season and would have been directed by the War Horse co-director Elliot Marianne.
He says the musical has been delayed for fear they would not be ready in time for the premiere planned. Development workshops had been conducted without notice and cast members said that the reports about the delay this week.
Speaking to Digital Spy Last month, Amos said .. “I like projects involving’m encouraged by the idea of ??the characters and how the song cycle is similar to a musical that I’ve been working on music now appears that for 5,000 years and has informed my work.
“I have been studying the narrative more than five years doing the music. I do not think I could have done [current album Night of the hunters] otherwise would have had, instead of cutting people with musical training.”
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