Améliore: A New Musical
  • Camden Fringe

Amliore: A New Musical is a tale for the modern age, inverting traditional Broadway stereotypes and prioritising the Black, queer, female voice. The Musical explores how mental health conditions manifest in our lives, what love means, both romantic and familial, and what happily ever after looks like in the modern day.Using a small but diverse cast, we explore sexual assault, misogyny, racism, over-bearing parents, the responsibilities of the carer and mental health in a balanced performance which is both profound and optimistic. The message of Amliore is that life isnt perfect and it will always face us with challenges, but that doesnt mean that it isnt beautiful in its own way.This Musical features an entirely original script and score by Melissa Boyce-Hurd.

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