But I’m a Happy Leader: The Musical will return to London’s Turbine Theatre

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But I’m a Cheerleader: The Musical Will Return to London’s Turbine Theatre

The queer coming-of-age musical adapts the cult favorite film for the stage.

The queer coming-of-age musical adapts the cult favorite film for the stage.

After a London premiere earlier this year, But I’m a Cheerleader: The Musical returns to The Turbine Theater next month. The race starts on October 7th and continues until November 27th with a gala evening scheduled for October 11th.

The musical features a book and lyrics written by Bill Augustin, music by Andrew Abrams and direction by Tania Azevedo. Jamie Babbit conceived and directed the original film, which featured a screenplay by Brian Wayne Peterson. Casting for the upcoming run will be announced at a later date.

Based on the cult favorite film of the same name, But I’m a Cheerleader follows Megan, an all-American high school cheerleader with a perfect life – until her friends and family reveal that they suspect her of being a lesbian, sending her to True Directions rehabilitation camp to set her straight.

Check Out New Photos of But I’m a Cheerleader: The Musical

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Check Out New Photos of But I’m a Cheerleader: The Musical

“Today we reveal the return of But I’m a Cheerleader: The Musical at The Turbine Theatre,” said Artistic Director Paul Taylor-Mills. “We had an incredible sell-out season earlier this year and learned a lot about the show we make and indeed the audience. Read also : Junior TopCats summer camp is underway in downtown Charlotte. We are committed to making the best version of the show possible and are thrilled to have an opportunity to present it again this fall.”

The musical first ran at The Turbine Theatre February 18-8. May. It was originally presented as part of MTFestUK at The Other Palace in 2019.

But I’m a Cheerleader is presented by Taylor-Mills and Bill Kenwright in association with Adam Bialow, and by special arrangement with Lionsgate.

See photos from the musical’s first run at Turbinteateret earlier this year below.

Tiffany Graves, Aaron Teoh and Damon Gould

Edward Chitticks and Jodie Steele

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