Award Winning Musical Theatre Company
Welcome to BMOS Musical Theatre Company! Founded in 1886, the company is steeped in history but is also one of the most modern and forward thinking companies in the region. We are have the privilege of performing every summer in Birmingham’s professional New Alexandra Theatre.
We also enjoy ‘treading the boards’ at The Crescent Theatre, Brindley Place, as well as performing concerts at other venues. We are also engaged to perform at corporate and charity events and are always happy to discuss opportunities.
We are a friendly company and members are drawn from across the Midlands. New members are always welcome to join our successful company and we attract new talent from far and wide. If you are interested please see our ‘join us’ section.
“BMOS’ 2015 production of Fiddler on the Roof receives five nominations at the Birmingham Festival of Acting and Musical Entertainment (BFAME) including Best Chorus, Best Direction, Best Male Lead and Most Outstanding Achievement.”
“A captivating show”
Birmingham Mail - South Pacific 2014
Fiddler on the Roof by BMOS
Terristar - Review on Trip Advisor
“A must see”
GC Jel Productions- Carousel 2013
“What a fantastic Show..”
Lord Mayor of Birmingham - Carousel 2013
Following numerous highly acclaimed productions including CAROUSEL and SOUTH PACIFIC, BMOS returns with an intimate new production, never performed by BMOS over it’s 130 year history of the classic musical CALAMITY JANE. Featuring a multi-talented cast to create an unforgettable experience, this brand new production gets to the heart and soul of the musical.
In the wild-west outpost of Deadwood City, 1876, we find the sharpshooting tomboy, CALAMITY JANE surrounded by cowboys, townsfolk, and the famous Wild Bill Hickock. After a mix-up in the talent pool at Deadwood’s saloon-theater, Calam goes to Chicago to import to Deadwood the glamorous actress, Adelaide Adams, but returns instead, by mistake, with her maid, Katie Brown. Back in Deadwood, Katie’s inability to perform is overcome as she wins the heart of the young Lieutenant Danny Gilmartin, and when Calam sheds her tomboy persona at a ball at the local Fort and becomes a true woman, she realizes that she loves Wild Bill Hickock.
14th-18th June 2016
The New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham.
Auditions for the principal roles and the company have now taken place, but we still need help backstage to help put in the show in June. It’s a great way to get to know the company, and you get to experience backstage life in a professional theatre. Get in touch if you are interested.
Ticket are now available from the New Alexandra Theatre Box office, or from any company member.
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