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Award-winner, choreographer Drew McOnie

Drew McOnie

Drew McOnie is a choreographer, director and the artistic director of The McOnie Company. McOnie won an Olivier Award for his choreography in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In The Heights. Previous productions he’s worked on include Jekyll and Hyde at the Old Vic, Hairspray and Strictly Ballroom the musical.

The Regent's Park summer musical has long been a fixture at the Open Air Theatre, but its increasing importance to the repertoire sees it...

The Other Palace, formerly London’s St James Theatre, is holding a wild, wild party to mark its relaunch. Under the ownership of Andrew Lloyd...

In A Chorus Line, arguably the greatest of all musicals about the business of being a professional stage dancer, one of those auditioning receives...

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Andrew Lloyd Webber has reconfirmed his commitment to using London's St James Theatre to develop new musicals, as the venue is renamed the Other...

The set is a deliberate distraction. A decaying Victorian warehouse with broken windows, a cast iron fire escape and a hint of foliage, it...

From an early age Drew McOnie knew he was different. While his classmates kicked a ball around during playtime, the choreographer-to-be put on shows,...

Musical production company the Stable is launching a £60,000 crowdfunding campaign to support its plan to bring 10 new shows to the stage over...

Now that Lin-Manuel Miranda has written a true musical theatre game-changer in Hamilton — which re-fashions the story of a key founding father in...
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