The Last Ship

Theater, Musicals
Oliver Savile and Sting in the Toronto production of ‘The Last Ship.’
Photograph: Courtesy Cylla von Tiedemann Oliver Savile and Sting in the Toronto production of ‘The Last Ship.’

Time Out says

This West Coast premiere and start of the national tour features a new book by its director, Lorne Campbell (original book by John Logan and Brian Yorkey), with music and lyrics by Sting (of the Police, for those of you living through the 1980s). And yes, Sting will star in the production. Inspired by Sting’s childhood in the shipbuilding industry of Northumberland in England, the story follows a young man who turns his back on his forebears and decides to explore the planet’s seas. Meantime, Thatcher’s Britain has not been good to his hometown. Time Out New York critic David Cote called the score “magnificent.”

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