The Great Big Am Dram Lockdown Singing Project


We will be recording “Sunday” from Stephen Sondheim’s Sunday in the Park with George. All participants will be asked to learn a vocal line, record it, film themselves singing it and send it in. Vocal lines will then be mixed together and films will be edited and we will create a lockdown virtual performance featuring everyone! Members of 25 local societies are being invited to take part so the finished video will represent amateur theatre across the area!

How Do I Take Part?
If you’d like to be part of this exciting project please fill out the form.

What Happens Next?
Once we’ve received all the forms we will send out music and instructions. You will receive digital sheet music, an audio track of your line and instructions on how to film and record yourself.



I‘ve never done anything like this! I’m too nervous to take part!
Don’t be nervous! This project is for anyone with a love for musical theatre. You’ll have plenty of time to listen and learn your line. 
I’m not very tech savvy. How can I take part?
Don’t worry! We will send out instructions on how to record yourself with several options. If you have a phone and some headphones you’d be surprised at how easy it is to record yourself – so don’t worry!
I don’t know the song. Can I still take part?
Yes of course! We’ll give everyone plenty of time to familiarise themselves with the music before recording.
How much time will I have to do my recording?
Once we’ve received all the forms and know who is taking part you’ll be sent everything you need. You’ll then have at least two weeks to learn your part and get your recording into us. We want to give everyone plenty of time to take part!
I have more questions, who can I ask?
The project is being co-ordinated by Elise Betts and you can contact her here. She’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you have! 

We hope you are as excited about this project as we are!  This is a worrying time for the theatre industry so let’s come together and support something we all love!

The SAMTC Committee