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Set in Ancient Rome, this relevant musical cleverly takes the audience back and forth from Rome to present day. It is full of surprises and highly entertaining. Oh, and did we say, it is a very funny show?
Maverick?s new innovative junior/intermediate musical, with script by Jo Denver (Go Noah, Young Hercules) and wonderful score by Owen Grey (Pirate Queen, Ratbags).
The music gets off to a wonderful start with ?The Gladiator Strut? ? and then it?s full on ? a fun-filled rollicking musical with around twenty good roles and heaps of chorus work, a perfect choice for your next musical.
Sophie wants to be a Gladiator but… as a girl in Ancient Rome the odds are against her. However with the aid of the powerful Empress, she overcomes all obstacles.
Great girls? roles – including the Emperor, Empress and Sophie ? then there?s the four Gladiators and their tough trainer, and not to be ignored, the royal poet, Gabbio, possibly the worst poet in the world! Throw into this mix naughty Young Nero, the small Gladiators, Maidens of the Royal Court and Selena the confused Soothsayer and Gladiators! could be your next big hit.
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