Gabriel Macdonald plays the blood thirsty barber in the Capitol Theatre’s 25th annual Summer Youth Program production of Sweeney Todd. Elizabeth Barrett (behind) plays his co-conspirator

Meat the cast

Thirty-three youth have spent this month in rehearsals for the Captiol Theatre’s Summer Youth Program production of Sweeney Todd

Thirty-three youth, aged 12 to 20, have spent this month in rehearsals for the Captiol Theatre’s Summer Youth Program production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (the school edition). Set in 19th century London, this black comedy tells the story of a murderous barber and the pie maker who helps him dispose of the bodies.







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