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Danielle Tarento in association with Southwark Playhouse presents
Parade
“if the Fringe is planning to offer a better show than this in 2011, it's going to have to work mighty hard between now and Christmas”
★★★★★  Evening Standard
“Thom Southerland's compelling revival”
★★★★  The Independent
“one of the strongest productions of a musical currently running in London”
★★★★★  Gay Times
“a fine revival of a gripping and ambitious work”
★★★★  Metro
“this show packs a real punch...it's a cracker”
★★★★  The Guardian
“a show of tremendous heart and vocal power”
★★★★  The Telegraph
“a watershed musical that has to be seen this summer”
 The Stage
“a sublime mix of epic scale and intimacy”
★★★★  London Festival Fringe
"a magnificent five star production"
★★★★★  Remote Goat
“a special kind of theatrical event, challenging preconceptions about what musical theatre can achieve”
★★★★  The Public Reviews

 

In Atlanta, Georgia in 1913 Leo Frank, a Jewish factory manager from Brooklyn, is accused of the rape and murder of a 13 year old employee.

 

Parade is based on the true story of how the trial, sensationalised by the media, aroused antisemitic tensions in the deep South and how the events surrounding it led the revival of the defunct KKK and the birth of the Jewish Civil Rights organisation.

 

On its Broadway premiere in 1998, Parade was nominated for nine Tony Awards, winning Best Book and Best Score. It also won Best New Musical at the Drama Desk and The New York Drama Critic’s Circle Awards.

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