Tag Archives: Karen Rabinowitz

Happy Birthday Royal Academy of Music! ‘Curtain Up’ puts the future into Musical Theatre

Sunday 30th November 2014 Having been fans of the Royal Academy of Music musical theatre student shows for some time, we were delighted to discover that there would be a twentieth anniversary concert – it would be a chance to … Continue reading

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‘Little Me’ leaves a big impression at the Royal Academy of Music

Saturday 22nd June 2013 Our second visit to the Royal Academy of Music for their end of year Musical Theatre shows couldn’t have been more different from the first.  If A Catered Affair is a kitchen sink drama, ‘Little Me’ … Continue reading

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Follies at the Royal Academy of Music: We loved these broadway babies

Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Follies’ is a musical all about performers at the end of their careers, traditionally a showcase for the most distinguished and well-loved actresses and actors of the time.  Here, Karen Rabinowitz, course leader of the postgraduate diploma in Musical … Continue reading

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