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Company MK

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About Company MK

Our versatile and imaginative group re-forms itself for every production, and we hold auditions for each new show, which means that we can attract the best talent available in the area. We started this policy with Company in 1992, and continued with subsequent productions, the more recent being A Slice Of Saturday Night and Into The Woods in 2002, and Closer Than Ever and Little Shop Of Horrors in 2003, Oh What A Lovely War! in 2004, The Boy Friend in 2005, Ladies 'n Love and Assassins in 2006, The Importance Of Being Earnest - our first play - in 2007, followed by Buddy. In 2008 we produced Death of a Salesman and City of Angels. In 2009 we produced And the World Goes Round and Stepping Out - the Musical, which we took on tour to village halls - a first for us!

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Formatting Cheatsheet

Bold & Italics

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    _italicized text_
    **bold text**
  

Lists + Paragraphs

Create a bullet list by simply beginning each line with a hyphen (aka "dash") and a space. Numbered lists are similar: begin each line with a digit, dot (aka "period"), and space. Here they are working in tandem with paragraphs:

    I've been doing musical theatre for a long time. Here's some of my favorite roles:

    - "Laurie" in _Little Women_, 2015
    - "Chad" in _High School Musical_, 2010
    - "Jimmy" in _Thoroughly Modern Millie_, 2007

    Notice that sweet empty line after my list, and also after each paragraph? They are important, as you will see in a moment.

    1. I will eat all your green M&M's.
    2. I never practice at home.
    3. Kissing scenes are the best.
  

Leave an Empty Line

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Hyperlinks

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[text to show](http://google.com)

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