Tomorrow, Maybe is an immersive original British musical set in a commuters’ coffee shop. It focuses on snapshots of the people we cross paths with every day: from a Sicilian woman who fails to connect with the world around her, to a homeless man and his powerful tale of hope, the show questions how much we can really know about those around us.
The Tomorrow, Maybe Timeline, so far...
Stickprod meet Amies & Clements
Kev from Stickman Productions in Southampton meets up with Amies & Clements and asks them to create a show for Stickprod to perform.
very early workshops of some of the songs that would be going into Tomorrow, Maybe.
Casting and Second Workshops
A cast of some of the best performers in the South is put together and the workshops and rehearsals crank up.
World Première of the original production of Tomorrow, Maybe, Asante Coffee Shop in Romsey
2 Week production in Asante in Romsey. Run is completely sold out, and £2000 is donated from the profits to charity.
Tomorrow, Maybe wins big!
Tomorrow, Maybe picks up 3 awards, including Production of the Year at the Daily Echo Curtain Call Awards.
New production written
Amies and Clements complete re-writes of the show based on feedback from previous production.
New production created
Stickman Productions call back the cast and commence rehearsals and workshopping.
Second production of Tomorrow, Maybe, Asante Coffee Shop in Romsey
3 Week production in Asante in Romsey. Run is completely sold out before starting, and £2595 is donated from the profits to charity.
The Aardvarks take over!
Newly formed London based production company Aardvarks Can't Jump, take over production duties, and prepare the show for Edinburgh
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Previews
Aardvarks Can't Jump productions present the previews of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe production of Tomorrow, Maybe by Amies & Clements in London.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Production
Aardvarks Can't Jump productions present Tomorrow, Maybe by Amies & Clements in it professional début at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Tomorrow, Maybe wins again
Aardvarks Can't Jump productions receive the Three Weeks Editors Award for the production.
They said: "this was an extraordinary piece; modern, engaging and accessible, with outstanding music and fabulous delivery."
CliMar Productions and Bridge House Theatre SE20
ACJP start working with CliMar Productions and The Bridge House Theatre SE20 to further develop the show.
Aardvarks Can't Jump Productions, CliMar Productions and The Bridge House Theatre SE20 present Tomorrow, Maybe at the Bridge House Theatre In Penge, South London.
Extending the show
Amies & Clements complete rewrites and compose new songs to bring the show back out to a full length 2 act production.
Multiple workshops are run in London and at the Guildford School of Acting to further develop and polish the show.
Here are some reviews of the show so far.
Daily Echo Curtain Call Awards 2015
Winner: Best Newcomer, Best Opera or Musical and Production of the Year Nominated: Best Director of a Musical or Opera, Rebecca Bailey and Kevin Jones, Best Musical Director, Teddy Clements and Sam Dando.New Production April 2016, Romsey Hampshire. Stickman Productions in association with Aardvarks Can't Jump Productions
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