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THE WORLD PREMIERE OF A BROADWAY STYLE MUSICAL

The Workshop Musical

Venue

Thailand Cultural Centre, Small Hall

Time and Date

May 18-19, May 29,30, 31,
and June 1, 2019 @ 7:30 PM

Ticket Price

1,500 | 2,500 | 4,000 THB

Additional Info

15% Early Bird Discounts are available on all Tickets until April 20, 2019

The Workshop Musical

Venue

Thailand Cultural Centre, Small Hall

Time and Date

May 18-19, May 29,30, 31,
and June 1, 2019 @ 7:30 PM

Ticket Price

1,500 | 2,500 | 4,000 THB

Additional Info

15% Early Bird Discounts are available on all Tickets until April 20, 2019

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Bangkok will be the venue for the world premiere of a unique and rare musical. It’s called ‘THE WORKSHOP, A Dress Rehearsal for Life!’ and written by the globally renowned ‘Transformational Life Coach’ Dr. Chérie Carter Scott, and based on the numerous coaching workshops she has conducted, in more than 30 countries of the world, over a four-decade career.

The Workshop Musical Act I

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The Workshop Musical Act II

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World-Premiere of Unique and Rare Musical

Like the famed Broadway musical ‘A Chorus Line’ which was about various artists auditioning for the chorus line in a stage production, this musical is about various characters gathering together for a ‘Personal Development’ workshop.

That’s why the musical is called ‘The Workshop, A Dress Rehearsal for Life!’ The play is comprised of eleven individuals, of diverse ethnicity, occupation, sexual preference, who have individual challenges, and seek solutions.

Their stories are funny, sad, and moving. What they all enjoy in the workshop, is the shared human connection.

Dr. Cherie Carter-Scott, MCC

Composer, Lyricist, and Executive Producer known as the “Mother of Coaching,” has been a pioneer in the field of Human Development and Motivation since 1974, when she started coaching and training coaches. She is the #1 New York Times Best Selling author of If Life Is a Game, These Are the Rules, published in 40 countries with over four million copies sold. She has authored 20 books, and is a thought leader in the field of Coaching and personal development. Dr. Carter-Scott is Executive Producer and featured coach in LEAP, a feature documentary released in 2018. She has been a frequent guest on Oprah and has appeared on numerous international media tours that include: The Today Show, CNN, and dozens of TV, radio, and print interviews. In her youth, she worked with Joseph Papp at the Public Theatre and the NY Shakespeare Festival at Williamstown Theatre Festival, and performed in Soap Operas.  She has appeared on Oprah, has worked in over 30 countries, and she resides between Bangkok and the US.

Production History

Lynn U. Stewart and Chérie Carter-Scott, sisters and business partners have been  conducting the Inner Negotiation Workshop since 1975. In this particular workshop  people are invited to come with objectives (goals), and to create their own unique way  to experiment with new ways of behaving. Our Inner Negotiation Workshop is like the  yellow brick road in The Wizard of Oz. Diverse people come together with various  objectives and through the group process everyone eventually finds their “Oz,” the  realization of their dreams. 

“We were especially touched by the story The Wizard of Oz. In the story, Dorothy travels  down the yellow brick road in search of home. On her journey she meets the scarecrow who  shares that he wants a brain. Dorothy and the scarecrow team up and as they head down  the road they run into the Tin man who yearns for a heart. The Tin man joins the other two  and further down the road they stumble onto a lion. The lion more than anything wants  what he lacks, which is courage. Each one is searching for some part of themselves that they  believe is missing. They all admit their deficiencies to each other, extend support for their  individual missions, and empathize with the challenge presented. They become a team of  individuals who all yearn for something, and they hold the possibility that they might  somehow actually get what they want. As they travel down the yellow brick road they  encounter adversity, challenges, and obstacles. Through their determination, teamwork,  and commitment to get what each of them wants, they overcome all of the challenges and  persevere to the end of their journey. They are all very different in appearance; their wishes  are all quite diverse; and even though their capabilities vary greatly, they band together,  capitalize on their strengths, focus on their common goal of getting to Oz, and support each  other in getting their individual wishes fulfilled. This model for living implanted itself into my  mind at a very young age. 

Whether they want to find their heart, to discover their brain, to reveal their courage,  find their way back “home,” or to find themselves, all things are possible. We invite  participants to believe, to trust, and to overcome the obstacles, challenges, and blocks that they experience. 

When I was five years old I fell in love with the theatre. From the time I could sit in a chair  and focus, I attended every play, musical, or theatrical performance that was available. I  sang with my family in piano bars, and I auditioned for every play that had any part that I  might possibly be cast; and when nothing materialized I created my own productions. I  dressed up, sang, scripted, danced, put on make-up, and performed. My nickname was  Tallulah!

In 1974 I set out to create a similar reality for people through our organization. Our Inner  Negotiation Workshop came into existence because my subconscious mind held the  possibility of diverse individuals aligning towards a common goal, supporting each other in  finding the hidden answers to their puzzles. That was the birth of the Inner Negotiation  Workshop, an environment like the yellow brick road, with highly diverse people with  various objectives, who through the group process everyone eventually gets what they wanted. Whether they want to find their feelings, stand up for themselves, stop the voices  in their brain, tell their truth, believe in miracles, find the courage to say, “No!” or find their  way back to connecting with themselves, all things are possible! In The Workshop, Randi,  the leader of the workshop, invites each participant to believe, to trust, and to overcome  their challenges, then breakthrough the obstacles and find their own answers. The  workshop is about making each individual dream come true. The experience is as magical as  the Wizard of OZ, only there are real people with common objectives, committed in one  room going for their breakthroughs. 

From my earliest beginnings my love for theatre magnetized these themes to me, “Dreams  can become reality!” It resonated so deeply in me that I designed my profession around that  premise. 

When you combine dreams become reality with a group of individuals who are ready,  willing, and able to breakthrough their blind spots, you end up with personal development  meets musical theatre, and it is called, The Workshop Musical, A Dress Rehearsal for Life! 

My sister and I plucked out our favorite segments from the Inner Negotiation Workshop,  created scenes and then wove them together like a patchwork quilt. Songs started to come  to me. The characters were singing in my head when I awakened in the morning. Lyrics  flowed, melodies danced, and soon we knew that we had to produce this musical. 

When we were introduced to Ken Davenport things started to move forward. Ken is a self appointed dream maker who helps non-industry outsiders build the bridge to making their dream come true. Ken saw something and he heard something different and special. Then  he felt something resembling hope, passion, and a new way to connect the “Dream Dots.”  He became our mentor and guided us to the right director, General Manager, Graphic artist,  

Musical Director, Casting Director, and most of all, he believed in us and our musical. 

My husband, sister, and I gathered our resources together to launch the “29-Hour Equity  Read-through” on October 19th, 2017 in New York.

Written by:
Sherry Carter Scott and
Lynn You Stuart,

Lyrics and Music by:
Sherry Carter Scott

Executive Producers:
Sherry Carter Scott, Michael Pomije, and Lynn Yu Stuart

Directed by:
Napi Si Reyes
College of Music Mahidol University

Choreographed and Directed by:
Darren Royston
National Theater London

Produced by:
Stephan Paul Sanchez
Grand Opera Thailand

Written by:
Sherry Carter Scott and
Lynn You Stuart,

Lyrics and Music by:
Sherry Carter Scott

Executive Producers:
Sherry Carter Scott, Michael Pomije, and Lynn Yu Stuart

Directed by:
Napi Si Reyes
College of Music Mahidol University

Choreographed and Directed by:
Darren Royston
National Theater London

Produced by:
Stephan Paul Sanchez
Grand Opera Thailand

Lynn U. Stewart, MCC

Lynn U. Stewart, is Managing Director of The MMS Worldwide Institute, based in Amsterdam, and the co-author of Transformational Life Coaching with Dr. Chérie Carter-Scott. Before MMS, she was a senior account executive in Public Relations in New York. Her success in PR and her curiosity regarding people’s inner journeys spawned her career as a professional in self-development that has since become her life mission. As an Executive Master Coach and leader of diverse organizations, she trains executives in the Netherlands, the United States, Dubai, and Asia. She is an Executive Producer of LEAP (2018). She is a co-writer with Dr. Cherie, an Executive Producer, The Workshop, A Dress Rehearsal for Life! and she composed, ”Where is My No!”

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