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"Someone would always say that it was so nice to be dancing in a room full of boys because very often lads will be one of maybe four boys in an entire dance school.
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Laura is studying music at Surrey University while Luke, a graduate of Coventry University, works as a choreographer at Warwick Arts Centre.
"In that original group we had lads who had never danced before but they all discovered a love of dance. Two of the group went on to full time dance training and some of the other lads started their own little group to keep it going.
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"They aren't doing a bit of padding or a bit in the background they are as much a part of the show as the professional dancers."
"It's a big thing that we are using local lads but actually I would love them to come out and say 'he couldn't have been a local lad, he's too good!' and for us to say 'actually he's only this old, and he's only been doing it for this long'.
Basing the show on William Golding's classic adventure story seemed an obvious choice, says Scott.
Director and choreographer Scott Ambler says: "When we did this in Scotland it was terrifying, challenging, exciting and amazing.
"We also went to colleges, schools, youth theatre groups and community centres to deliver male only workshops. We saw around 500 boys.
The 22 boys all underwent a rigorous audition process to gain a place in the cast and have been largely taught by two local dance ambassadors picked by Matthew's team.
The Birmingham cast is made up of boys aged 10 to 20, some of whom have plenty of dance experience and some of whom have very little or none.
just a piece of entertainment it may also be a life changing experience for some youngsters.
Their role is to learn the choreography, hold workshops for hundreds of boys, organise auditions and then teach the chosen handful of boys their parts.
The Birmingham project started last August when the two dance ambassadors, Luke Sheppard of Hodge Hill and Laura Bray of Codsall, Wolverhampton, were appointed.
"We've had lovely comments from some parents whose boys didn't get into the final show, but who now want to go to dance lessons. That is what this project is about for us.
"We always do education projects when we tour but this is something different," he says. "This isn't a curtain raiser or a satellite project, these boys are integral to the production.
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"Lord of the Flies is the ideal story for this. We want to blur the lines between the local lads and the professionals. We choreographed with that in mind, so that people won't always be quite sure."
the intentions are wide reaching.
Adapted and directed by Matthew Bourne and Scott Ambler, Lord of the Flies was first created in Scotland as part of a project to encourage boys into dance.
the Birmingham Hippodrome.
"We held workshops and drop in sessions at the Hippodrome," says Laura.
"They had found something they didn't expect to find and for some it was life changing."
It was so successful that Bourne's company New Adventures and its education arm Re:Bourne decided to roll the programme out to other cities including Birmingham, where they have been working in partnership with the Hippodrome.
"After the workshops we had an audition weekend in March where we whittled 120 boys down to the final 22."
When the curtain rises at the Hippodrome Theatre for Matthew Bourne's new dance Lord of the Flies, it will be a special moment for a group of local youngsters.
Luke says of Lord of the Flies: "I hope people will see a spectacular show.
Local dancers bring Lord of the Flies to life at Birmingham Hippodrome
"When we were auditioning we were looking for personalities," says Scott. "We were looking for boys who were really passionate about wanting to be part of it, who really wanted to give it a go.
Laura, 22, and Luke, 24, began recruiting in January.
Helping to ensure the local boys are honing their skills are the two dance ambassadors.
"They are not necessarily the best dancers they are the ones who stood out in that room and they are the ones who will get the most out of it."
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