Director's Note I. LOVE. THIS. MUSICAL. I had no idea what I was in for about ten years ago when I saw the Broadway touring production. I left more entertained by a theatrical production than I ever had before! What a gift it was to laugh so much that night! So, I have always wanted to be a part of this show, but how to tap dance around such an awful title in our community? Because the show itself is quite clean. Many Kensington actors became … [Read more...] about Urinetown
When the kids in room 207 won't behave, Miss Nelson has to get creative! She sends in a wonderfully awful substitute, Miss Viola Swamp, to teach these rambunctious kids a lesson! Miss Nelson is Missing! was seen by over 10,000 elementary students! "Hysterical mischief!" Cast List Production Team … [Read more...] about Miss Nelson is Missing!
TBC is designed to give teens an intensely memorable theatre experience. Think theatre school on steroids and that is TBC... if you dare! Director's Note It's Personal! A good actor needs to not only learn to act effectively, but to know their self so well that they can use their body, talents, weaknesses, and experiences in a rich fabric that becomes their characters. These teens are becoming this kind of good actor: creating characters … [Read more...] about Teen Boot Camp, 2014: It’s Personal!
Director's Note "Who would need me for me/Need me for me alone?" I love this lyric in "Something Was Missing" that Warbucks sings in the second act to Annie. You can have all the riches in the world, but the joy in this life comes from loving and being loved for exactly who you are. We have become and Annie Family and love each other as is. Enjoy this beautiful journey of finding this love in the most unexpected of places! ~Toni … [Read more...] about Annie, 2014
From Our Audiences "A collage of awesomeness!" "I laughed so hard!" "Fast paced and funny!" "Great characters from every single cast member!" "I didn't expect it to be THAT funny!" Director's Note: I remember when I was 10 years old and my parents dragged me to go see a play called See How They run. Needless to say, I was not pumped about it. But at the show stared I was laughing so hard, that even as a ten year old I thought … [Read more...] about See How They Run