Redefining Choreography For The "the Rocky Horror Show"
... weeks. It then moved to the Chelsea Classic Cinema in the King’s Road” (137). This
new musical built an audience that included celebrities, who got wind of its popularity
and rushed to see what the buzz was about. The Rocky Horror Show continued to grow
as it moved from venue to venue. Understudies ...
... to be returning to the Gateway stage after
completing her freshman year at Boston College where she is a member of the cheerleading team and pursuing a BA in theatre. Her
favorite Gateway roles include Nellie Oakley
in Annie Get Your Gun and Veruca Salt in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Danielle ...
PAST - Pickleville Playhouse!
... Laurie/Prof. Bhaer in Little Women (Hurricane Valley Theatrical Company), Music Director for The Wedding Singer
(St. George Musical Theatre), Moose in Crazy For You, (Hurricane Valley Theatrical Company), Tony in West Side
Story (St. George Musical Theatre), Percy Blakeney in The Scarlet Pimpernel ( ...
MAY 10 – JUNE 25 - La Jolla Playhouse
... As we watched the workshop performances and received feedback from audiences afterwards, we learned that by adding new
songs, music and scenes, the characters’ needs and desires would deepen and the social conflicts of the period could be more
solidly integrated into the piece. We incorporated these ...
HARVEY FIERSTEIN CYNDI LAUPER JERRY MITCHELL
... and the Kinky Boots team for this amazing
experience. AJ hopes you fall in love with this
show as much as she has! www.ajbridel.com
Elena is so honoured to
join the Kinky Boots family!
This is her second Mirvish
show after understudying
Éponine in Les Misérables at the Princess o ...
The Company - Roger Rocka`s Dinner Theater
... Fresno Air National Guard. He attended Fresno State University where
he studied vocal performance and was a member of the Chamber Singers
and Concert Choir. My Fair Lady marks Jason’s theatrical debut as well
as his Good Company Players debut.
KIMI GALANG VILLEGAS (Flower Girl) is a member of GCP’s ...
... qualitative research with a small group of women aging from 23-28, who became teenagers
when Rent was on Broadway. The women in this small study had at least one theatrical
experience. One woman, Megan, a 23 year old dog groomer, told said that Rent pointed her
toward an interest in political scienc ...
The East Brunswick Community Arts Center
... as Kolenkhov in "You Can’t Take It With You," and as both the Rabbi and Grandpa in "Jewtopia."
His first appearance at (the old) Playhouse 22 was as Groucho Marx in "…A Night in the Ukraine."
Other recent work includes "Much Ado About Nothing" (Don Pedro) and "Loot" (Mr. McLeavy) at
EVP; "Jekyll & H ...
cblx 2012 tour progr.. - Church Basement Ladies
... Carrier in Yestin/Kopit's Phantom. He earned his BFA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse
University. Other passions are National Parks, photography and songwriting. He has
recently finished his 3rd summer working in Yellowstone. He would also like to give
thanks to his wife, Autumn, for her love and su ...
London Musicals - Over The Footlights
... London run: Novello Theatre, June 6th (69 performances)
Music & Lyrics: Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison
Book: Bob Martin & Don McKellar
Director-Choreographer: Casey Nicholaw
Musical Director: John Rigby
Cast: Bob Martin (Man in Chair), Elaine Paige (Drowsy Chaperone),
Anne Rogers (Mrs Tattendale), Nic ...
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... these theatres following a similar pattern, with nearly a dozen different productions of well-known
American musicals, from The Sound of Music to Godspell to 9 to 5. The few Canadian entries are the
ubiquitous Billy Bishop Goes to War, Cathy Elliot’s one-woman musical Moving Day and The Man from
Little Shop of Horrors Casting
There Shall Be No Night
... invasion of Finland opened on April 29th, of 1940, starring Alfred Lunt and Lynn
Fontanne. Sherwood graciously donated his proceeds of the play to the American Red
Cross and the Finnish War Relief Fund to further their resistance to Russia.
As World War II approached, a dozen Broadway dramas address ...
the rhythm of life - Burstin` with Broadway
... Dominique has worked across the United States and Canada as a Musical Director/
Accompanist/Coach, Teacher and Arranger in both Musical Theatre and Opera. She
completed her Masters of Music in Musical Direction for Musical Theatre and Lyric Opera
under full scholarship at Arizona State University an ...
here - Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
... wasn’t the lead. Even if he had… two lines. Today
that star power is made manifest on stages across
the land and he always has more than two lines.
James would like to thank his family and friends for
always believing in him and supporting him through
the highs and lows of the starving artist lifest ...
SIT - Tricicle
... part of their performance. They are masters of
absurd humour. They are the heirs of comic
greats such as the Marx Brothers and Jacques
Tati. You can indeed say many things. But the
most important thing is that when the show
ends, their audiences leave the theatre with a
smile on their face and the s ...
camelot - La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
... “How To Handle a Woman” and the majestic “Camelot”! Rediscover the grandeur of one of history's greatest love stories in
this all new production which begins its national tour in La Mirada!
ABOUT THE CAST
MICHAEL YORK (King Arthur) Audiences have long admired Michael York's versatility. With an impr ...
the broadway league presents 2013 league awards
... has worked on a variety of new Broadway shows such as Elf, [title of show], and Come
TOM BARTLETT was honored with The George MacPherson Road Award (Anita
Dloniak accepted the award on his behalf.)
This is the fourth time this award has been given that honors the memory of George
Guest Artist Bios - Passport to Broadway
... is responsible for casting the current Broadway, London
(star/celebrity) and National touring companies of CHICAGO THE MUSICAL, the current national tour of the Tony
Award® winning musical, LA CAGE AUX FOLLES starring George Hamilton, and the new musical YANK! directed by
David Cromer. Recently he h ...
Recent trends and - Goucher College Blogs
... Broadway, holding the record for the longest-running musical in both countries until 2006. What was it
about Cats that won the hearts of the 35 million people who saw it? Probably the fact that it was simply
a good evening’s entertainment, with dazzling visuals and high energy from the performers.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Indianapolis Symphony
... her performance as the title character in The Drowsy Chaperone. Beth also received a Tony, Drama
Desk, and Outer Critics Circle nomination for her role as Florence Greenberg in Baby It’s You. She
recently performed the roles of Sally Adams in Call Me Madam at Lyric ...
Department of Musical Theatre Studio February 10
... Awards for Best Musical. Steven is the author of numerous plays, including the long-running
Carbondale Dreams, Perfect for You, Doll (the Rosenthal Prize, Cincinnati Playhouse);
Umbrage (Steppenwolf New Play Prize); A Footnote to the Iliad (New York Stage and Film, The
Miniature Theatre of Chester); ...
Read - Surflight Theatre
... An audience favorite nearly 50 years after its stage debut, very few musicals have so magically woven
music, dance, poignancy and laughter into such an unforgettable experience. Produced by Harold Prince,
directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins, and starring Zero Mostel, Fiddler on the Roof op ...
Summer Independent Proposal Examples
... first day of being a teacher’s assistant I realized I loved working with the children and helping them gain
knowledge of theatre. the next summer when I again had the opportunity to assist in camps I was
thrilled, in fact I enjoyed it so much that when the time came for this past summer planning to ...
The Drowsy Chaperone
The Drowsy Chaperone is a musical with book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar and music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison. It is a parody of American musical comedy of the 1920s. The story concerns a middle-aged, asocial musical theatre fan; as he plays the record of his favorite musical, the (fictional) 1928 hit The Drowsy Chaperone, the show comes to life onstage as he wryly comments on the music, story, and actors. The Drowsy Chaperone debuted in 1998 at The Rivoli in Toronto and opened on Broadway on 1 May 2006. The show was nominated for multiple Broadway (2006) and London (2008) theatre awards, winning five Tony Awards and seven Drama Desk Awards. The show has had major productions in Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, London, and Japan, as well as two North American tours.