Scary musical

Scary Musical
Music Leon Parris
Lyrics Leon Parris and Jon Smith
Book Jon Smith
Productions 2009 Belvoir Players' Studio
2010 Waterfront Hall

Scary Musical is an original musical composed by Leon Parris and written by Jon Smith and Leon Parris.

The musical first opened in the Belvoir Players' Theatre, Northern Ireland in 2009 and then returned to Northern Ireland for a run in The Waterfront Hall in January 2010. Each time directed by Rob Finlay and choreographed by Katie Chambers.

Scary Musical is a comedy musical set in an American high school. Inspired by the Disney film High School Musical and the Scary Movie series, the plot follows the lives of a mixed bunch of students attempting to mount and perform an end-of-year school musical only to find that members of staff, cast and crew are being brutally murdered.

Musical numbers

Act I
  • Overture - Orchestra
  • First Day of the Rest of My Life
  • If I Die Tonight
  • You Could Be My First
  • Multi-Million Dollar Franchise
  • A High School Musical
  • Shock to Rock
  • Don't You Just Hate It...
  • Heil
  • Banana, Avocado, Pear

References

  • [1] Belfast Online
  • [2] Belfast Waterfront

External links

  • The Official Site for Scary Musical
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