But I’m A Cheerleader: The Musical, with Book and Lyrics by Bill Augustin and Music by Andrew Abrams, will run from 18 February – 16 April, with press night on 23 February 2022.

The musical version of But I'm a Cheerleader will have its UK premiere at the Turbine Theatre!!!


Based on the hit film and with a book and lyrics by Bill Augustin and music by Andrew Abrams, the piece is directed by Tania Azevedo and choreographed by Alexzandra Sarmiento with lighting by Martha Godfrey. The 1999 satirical teen comedy follows a young girl whose malicious parents send her to conversion therapy camp for her lesbianism. It has gathered a cult following, and this stage iteration was first seen as a workshop production as part of MTFestUK in 2019.


The new production will run from 18 February to 16 April at the Turbine Theatre in London.

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Capital City Theatre

Capital City Theatre's artistic director to stage "But I'm a Cheerleader!" in London, then return to Madison for next local show: “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.”

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Rave Reviews for Capital City Theatre's: 

"The Hunchback of Notre Dame!"

"I’ve only been back to a show for a second time, once. That’s today. Capital City Theatre’s “The Hunchback Of Notre Dame” is a spectacular production. Yes, the NY actors were incredible, but the Madison talent featured in the choir, featured ensemble, orchestra, and production team is INSANE!  

~ Leslie, Audience Member

"Julian Decker's physicality of Quasimodo, while being outstanding, was more importantly honest and real. He truly embodied the pain, loneliness, and turmoil of the character. Witnessing his emotional transformations as he sneaks away from his sanctuary, and all that transpires because of this is heart wrenching. It is a beautiful performance."

~Broadway World

". . .hypnotizing lookers-on with her spins and lunges, (Syndee) Winters presents a woman who is as independent as she is alluring. With a breathy, strong soprano she moves from Quasimodo’s compassionate friend to a knife wielding defender of her gypsy brethren in an instant. In “Someday,” her heartbreaking duet with the chiseled but war weary soldier Phoebus (an outstanding Travis Leland ), Winters sings of a future world where “change will come. . ."


~Gwendolyn Rice


"As the frustrated and bitter cleric Frollo, Ryan Knowles entranced the audience from the first note he sang. His impossibly rich, expressive bass cut through the packed Capitol Theater and left no doubt that he was the villain of the piece. . . .Knowles’s Frollo was irredeemable, but incredibly entertaining to watch."

~Gwendolyn Rice

Find Your Light Program 

Find Your Light is a musical theatre intensive program designed to make the student a well-rounded performer. College, University, and Conservatory students should take advantage of this unique, spot on, targeted course. This program prepares you to audition for productions around the country and helps you build a career in musical theatre. Some topics covered in the workshops are:

  • Audition techniques and etiquette

  • Musical theatre history

  • Repertoire – finding that PERFECT song

  • Acting through song work

  • Specialized workshops with industry professionals

  • Determining “type” and finding the unique qualities about oneself that gets one noticed and cast

  • Creating a regiment for living and sustaining a career as a working actor


PERFORMANCES: All courses will culminate in a review-style public performance that will highlight material that the student has worked on over the program.

For more information, please check out: for even more details and registration!

But I’m a Cheerleader, The Musical

Jerry Mitchell called it "an important, fun and infectious new musical".

But I’m a Cheerleader, the Musical (Book and Lyrics by Bill Augustin and Music by Andrew Abrams) had a reading at the Hospital Club in London directed by Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell and starring West End celebrity Hannah Waddingham.  This reading was produced by Crow and Elk Productions and the hope is that they will find the necessary support to move the show to the next stage of development.


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