Watch Amélie stars Audrey Brisson and Chris Jared sing two songs from Olivier-nominated musical

Audrey Brisson and Chris Jared have celebrated Amélie’s Olivier Award nominations with a pair of special performances.

Audrey Brisson and Chris Jared, who starred in the 2019 production of Amélie in London, recorded the stripped-down performances in the comfort of their own home with their newborn daughter as their audience.

Amélie is nominated for three Olivier Awards, including Best New Musical, Best Original Score or New Orchestrations, and Best Actress in A Musical for Audrey Brisson. The 2020 Awards Ceremony will take place virtually on October 25.

For now, watch the performances of Stay and Halfway below…

If you like what you hear, be sure to check out the official cast recording of Amélie here which was released by Craft Recordings/Concord Theatricals in June 2020.

Amélie is the story of an astonishing young woman who lives quietly in the world, but loudly in her mind. She secretly improvises small but extraordinary acts of kindness that bring happiness to those around her. But when a chance at love comes her way, Amélie realizes that to find her own contentment she’ll have to risk everything and say what’s in her heart.

Amélie’s Original London Cast Recording features the West End cast of 13 actor-musicians: Alongside Brisson and Jared are Sophie Crawford, Faoileann Cunningham, Rachel Dawson, Oliver Grant, Caolan McCarthy, Samuel Morgan-Grahame, Emma Jane Morton, Kate Robson-Stuart, Josh Sneesby, Jez Unwin, and Johnson Willis. Music by Daniel Messé, lyrics by Nathan Tysen and Messé, and book by Craig Lucas.

The London premiere of Amélie was directed by Michael Fentiman. Music supervision, arrangements, and orchestrations by Oliver Award nominee Barnaby Race, with music direction and additional orchestrations by Samuel Wilson, and sound design by Tom Marshall.

The musical is currently available to license worldwide via Concord Theatricals.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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