LSMT

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LSMTLife-Sustaining Medical Treatment
LSMTLondon School of Musical Theatre (London, England, UK)
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She studied at the London School of Musical Theatre before joining the prestigious Players' Theatre in London, where the spirit of Victorian music hall was kept alive.
Samantha, who went to college in Stratford-upon-Avon and Italia Conti, signed up after leaving the London School of Musical Theatre.
4 Ashley Emerson, 28 His parents remortgaged their house to send him to the London School of Musical Theatre.
They will be joined in the show - staged by production giants Qdos Entertainment - by upcoming new Scots actress Rachel Flynn, from Edinburgh, who plays Cinderella after recently graduating from the London School of Musical Theatre.
We're more involved with the rest of the cast and I like that," adds Daisy, a 27-year-old from Norfolk whose roles since graduating from London School of Musical Theatre include Dainty June in Gypsy and Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street.
The stars of the show include Lisa-Marie Holmes who trained at the London School of Musical Theatre.
He's polished his training with a post-graduate course at the London School of Musical Theatre which trains people specifically for careers in musical theatre.
Up to 50 students are in Waterloo Sunset, many going on to further study at world-class academies, including the Rambert School, the London School of Musical Theatre and London Studio Centre.
Background: Samantha has already spent five years as a professional performer after taking a course in Performing Arts at Cross Keys College and studying at the London School of Musical Theatre.
Despite missing more than three months of her studies Georgina has just won one of a limited number of places at the London School of Musical Theatre.
Adam Walker, seen recently to excellent effect in the Birmingham Midland Operatic Society Youth Teatre production of Bugsy Malone, is a drama student in his final year at the University of Birmingham and he plans to go to the London School of Musical Theatre for a year's study.
There are auditions at the London School of Musical Theatre, 83 Borough Road, on Sunday and then in Glasgow (Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama) on February 21 and Nottingham (International Community Centre, 61b Mansfield Road) on February 29.
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