Omnibus Theatre announces casting for Jean Anouilh’s ‘The Orchestra’

Omnibus Theatre has announced full casting for the forthcoming revival of Jean Anouilh’s absurdist comedy classic, The Orchestra, which runs from 29 January to 17 February 2019.

Directed by Tamasha Theatre co-founder and Artistic Director, Kristine Landon-Smith, the eight-strong multi-national cast includes: Amanda OsbourneSeeta Indrani, Stefania Licari, Pedro Casarin, Charlotte Laporte, Luna Dai, Toph Enany and Jessica Hulme.

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A third-rate orchestra in a small French spa town play time worn musical arrangements to an 

indifferent audience. In between the musical interludes, idle chit chat reveals the power struggles that lurk behind the ensemble’s shiny veneer. As the overture descends into an intoxicating symphony of piercing jealousy, bizarre gossip and thwarted emotions, the musicians reach an unexpected finale – but the music goes jauntily on…

Fizzing comedy and catastrophe collide in this story set just after the second world war exploring the corruption of human relationships and the jealousies aroused between a single male piano player amongst an all-female orchestra. 

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