The global company who represent some of the biggest musicals from the West End and Broadway is now searching for new and upcoming British musicals to add to its collection.
Theatrical Rights Worldwide already license to professional producers, amateur companies and schools worldwide musicals such as: The Bodyguard the Musical, The Color Purple the Musical, Ghost the Musical, Grease, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Jersey Boys, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, We Will Rock You, Million Dollar Quartet, Big Fish, The Addams Family, Memphis the Musical, Stiles & Drewe’s The Wind in the Willows and are now looking to discover the next generation of British musicals.
Now the company has recently opened its UK office, Theatrical Rights Worldwide is launching The British Musicals Collection to offer the same chances for new and upcoming British musicals to join their growing catalogue and get worldwide exposure both in the amateur and professional markets.
The British Musicals Collection already features three titles: The Hunting of the Snark (Music & Lyrics Gareth Cooper, Book Annabel Wiogoder), The Battle of Boat (Book & Lyrics Jenna Donnelly, Book & Music Ethan Lewis Maltby) and Imaginary A New Musical (Book & Lyrics Timothy Knapman, Music & Lyrics Stuart Matthew Price).
Talking about the news Drew Baker, Vice President of TRW UK said: “I’m passionate about encouraging, nurturing and supporting new British musical theatre. The British Musicals Collection is a new initiative from us in the London office that will support writers and composers and help them sustain the longevity of their work.TRW is so proud of this catalogue and excited about the future of musical theatre in Britain. We are currently looking at new productions nationwide, including at the upcoming Edinburgh Fringe, and the team can’t wait to begin conversations with all the talented writers we know are here in the UK!”
TRW now want new British musicals to apply to join them. Composers/writers should send a short synopsis, script and any recordings they may already have to: