Retitled: Whatever Happened to Marilyn?

The producers have retitled the play Whatever Happened to Marilyn? (a four-hander) and also have a two-hander, one hour adapted version. they are now seeking to publish and develop these internationally.
Song Listing

First act (45 minute runtime):

Your Star, Dreamer, You Gotta Do, Shop Shop Shop, Make me a Star, Turn the Tables, He's the Boss.

Second act (45 minute runtime):

Come Over to the Ranch, Blues Greens & Reds, Does She Need Me Anymore, Happy Birthday, He Makes Me Happy, I Don't Know What To Do, Forever, Your Star.

Marilyn (A Musical) - Your Star by Coto75

Live Performance Stills

Marilyn - A Musical Drama

"Marilyn - A Musical Drama and Whatever happened to Lyn Roe" have been seen now by over 2000 people to universal praise and critics endorsement, in Edinburgh and Brighton in 2008 and 2010.

These TEST market showings have confirmed with the "attendance and audience feedback and positive press reviews" the shows have excellent commercial potential.

The Producers who have had a very successful International Film Business* are diversifying into Theatre Production with these productions the copyright of which they own completely.

Contact Duncan Hopper at MagichourTheatre.07989 555520

*Four Major Films including A GOOD WOMAN with Helen Hunt and Scarlett Johansson.


Duncan Hopper is author of "Whatever Happened to Lyn Roe?”

He is a Londoner who has lived in Brighton for over 30 years. A Film Financier and Producer for MagicHour Media he is also author of “Stopover Stories”, has written for trade magazines and national newspapers such as The Independent and is a credited screenwriter for two documentaries.

He was Executive Producer on "A Good Woman" the screen adaptation of Oscar Wilde's Lady Windemere's Fan starring Helen Hunt and Scarlett Johannsson and is currently working on “The Winters Tale” a modern adapatation of Shakespeare’s play to be directed by Waris Hussein.

This is his first play.


Mike has lived and worked in Brighton for 30 years. With over 150 shows to his credit he is a very experienced Director of both amateur and professional works. He has directed opera, musicals, and many plays including new work by local writers.

He has worked in Brighton's Dome, The Congress Theatre in Eastbourne, The Hawth at Crawley and other venues in Brighton and Worthing.

His productions include works by Stoppard, Chekhov and Shakespeare, 'Amadeus', 'Shadowlands', '84 Charing Cross Road', 'Our Country's Good', 'Hayfever', 'Stevie' most of the works of Rodgers and Hammerstein, 'Chess' and Verdi's 'Otello'.

He stongly believes in the importance of recognising new talent.


"Compelling Theatre"
-Three weeks

"Classy Acting"
-Nuts 4 chic

"Whatver Happened to Lyn Roe? was the only Theatre Production chosen by the Fringe organisers to preview at the Fringe Opening that the cast got a standing ovation after their perfromance."

'The Argus' Review