The first true export out of the London Theatre Workshop, since it opened its doors in March 2014; a new musical conceived, written, workshopped and now mounted as a full production, Apartment 40C.
Written by Artistic Directors of London Theatre Workshop, Ray Rackham (book and lyrics) and Tom Lees (music), the musical explores how relationships are affected by the endless possibility of choice. Told over the course of one evening, the musical examines decades of love, happiness, regret and loss; chances taken and options missed; and how it is sometimes impossible to make any kind of distinction between the past and the present.
Rackham and Lees are the team behind London Theatre Workshop’s inaugural production of Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days. They are nominees for Best Director of a New Production of a Play or Musical (Rackham) and Best Musical Director of a Fringe Musical (Lees) at this year’s Broadwayworld Awards for Ordinary Days, which itself has been nominated in the Best Musical category at both the Broadwayworld and Off West End Theatre Awards.