music theater – Acotonline http://acotonline.org/ Sun, 13 Mar 2022 16:40:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://acotonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-4-120x120.png music theater – Acotonline http://acotonline.org/ 32 32 Music Theater Works’ ‘La Cage aux Folles’ revival meets actors’ long-held ambitions https://acotonline.org/music-theater-works-la-cage-aux-folles-revival-meets-actors-long-held-ambitions/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 12:05:28 +0000 https://acotonline.org/music-theater-works-la-cage-aux-folles-revival-meets-actors-long-held-ambitions/ You could say that by performing in Music Theater Works’ revival of “La Cage aux Folles”, Ginger Minj and Dane Strange are making up for missed opportunities. Minj, who plays Albin, an aging drag performer who stars in her husband’s nightclub revue, was slated to play the role years ago in a community theater production […]]]>

You could say that by performing in Music Theater Works’ revival of “La Cage aux Folles”, Ginger Minj and Dane Strange are making up for missed opportunities.

Minj, who plays Albin, an aging drag performer who stars in her husband’s nightclub revue, was slated to play the role years ago in a community theater production in Florida. That production was canceled after city officials balked at doing a show about a gay family, said Minj, who was disappointed but admitted that at 18 the role wasn’t suitable.

It’s a perfect fit now.

“At 37, I truly understand history as being fiercely devoted to my family and fiercely devoted to the art of drag,” said the two-time ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ finalist.

During his senior year at college, Strange was set to play Jacob, George, and Albin’s butler, but things didn’t work out.


Dane Strange plays Jacob, the butler, in Music Theater Works’ “La Cage aux Folles”.

After 10 years, the Palatine resident – a veteran of Theater Nebula and Music on Stage – finally has the opportunity to play the part.

The Music Theater Works production marks the professional theater debut of the New Jersey native, who began his career at age 7 on the Disney Channel educational series “Out of the Box.” Commercials and TV spots followed. But the moment he began studying theater arts at Somerset County Vocational and Technical High School, Strange decided his place was on stage.

Like Strange, Minj has been performing since childhood. At six months, she played a “Fiddler on the Roof” baby. She grew up doing community theater.


        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

“I liked theater better, but I was more suited to musicals,” said Minj, a veteran of Chicago’s famed Baton Show Lounge, which has featured drag performers for more than 50 years.

“La Cage aux Folles”, which premiered in 1984 – the year Minj was born – was a big part of her life and holds a special place in her heart.



Jason Richards, left, plays Georges and Ginger Minj plays his partner, Albin, in the revival of Music Theater Works "La Cage aux Folles," through April 3 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts.

Jason Richards, left, plays Georges and Ginger Minj plays his partner, Albin, in Music Theater Works’ revival of ‘La Cage aux Folles’, through April 3 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts.
– Courtesy of Trevor Beaty

Regardless of the audience’s reaction, the tuner “sparks a conversation and gets things done,” she said, adding, “I’ve always thought that art and artists are the ones who really drive change. in the world”.

Despite her fondness for the Jerry Herman-Harvey Fierstein musical, Minj turned down repeated requests to play Albin because she felt theaters did not understand the role of pick-up in the show. But after talking to Music Theater Works artistic director and producer Kyle A. Dougan, she signed on.

“He (Dougan) said the story was about family,” said Minj, who then realized that “we’re coming to this from the same place.”

“I’ve never seen a successful production like this,” Minj said. “It tells the story in a new way while keeping everything you love about the original.”



The revival of Music Theater Works from "La Cage aux Folles" co stars "RuPaul's Drag Race" finalist Ginger Minj.

Music Theater Works’ revival of “La Cage aux Folles” features “RuPaul’s Drag Race” runner-up Ginger Minj.
– Courtesy of Trevor Beaty

Additionally, the musical can be a way to introduce the LGBTQ+ community to people who may not know it, Minj said, showing them “that we’re as much a family as they are with our quirks, with our idiosyncrasies, with our drama and with our love… We are the same.”

For Strange, “La Cage aux Folles” is about acceptance: self-acceptance and acceptance of others. And while things have improved for members of the LGBTQ+ community, the battles remain.

“I had my own personal struggles as a black, gay man,” said Strange, who found Jacob’s role more difficult than he expected until he concluded that he had to accept himself.

“I am what I am,” said Strange, referring to the show’s iconic anthem. “We are what we are.”

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“The Crazy Cage”

When: 8 p.m. Friday; 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 1 p.m. Wednesday, until April 3

Where: Music Theater Works at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, (847) 673-6300 or musictheaterworks.com

Tickets: $19.50 to $106

COVID-19 precautions: Proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test and masks required

]]> Lecturer Kitty Dubin Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Playwriting Donated to OU – 2022 – School of Music, Theater & Dance – News – OU Magazine https://acotonline.org/lecturer-kitty-dubin-celebrates-25th-anniversary-of-playwriting-donated-to-ou-2022-school-of-music-theater-dance-news-ou-magazine/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 16:07:21 +0000 https://acotonline.org/lecturer-kitty-dubin-celebrates-25th-anniversary-of-playwriting-donated-to-ou-2022-school-of-music-theater-dance-news-ou-magazine/ Kitty Dubin is celebrating her 25th birthday this year by teaching playwriting classes at Oakland University. She established the first class in 1997 and now teaches beginner and advanced classes, which are offered through both the School of Music, Theater and Dance and the Creative Writing program, which is part of the Department of English. […]]]>

Kitty Dubin is celebrating her 25th birthday this year by teaching playwriting classes at Oakland University. She established the first class in 1997 and now teaches beginner and advanced classes, which are offered through both the School of Music, Theater and Dance and the Creative Writing program, which is part of the Department of English.

“There were no playwriting classes at Oakland University in 1997,” Dubin said. “I thought the OU could benefit from such a class, and I was convinced that I was well suited for the position, but first I had to convince Michael Gillespie, then President of the School of Music , theater and dance (SMTD) that I was up to the task.

Kitty Dubin

At the time, Dubin had a master’s degree in English, a year-long graduate course in playwriting, and several of his own plays had been produced at Michigan equity theaters, including The Purple Rose and The Jewish. Ensemble Theatre, as well as The Live Oak Theater in Austin, Texas.

“I felt I had a solid grasp of the craft of playwriting, plus a decade of experience as a professional playwright,” she said.

After several tries, Dubin was finally able to convince Gillespie to allow him to teach his first playwriting class in the winter of 1997. At first, the class was only worth two credits and met one evening a week. Eighteen theater students signed up for the course, and it was an immediate success.

“These students saw that there was a connection between playwriting and their other theatrical studies like acting and directing,” Dubin said.

Due to the initial success, playwriting was expanded to a four-credit class, and then it was cross-listed to the English department. Subsequently, an advanced class was added as there was a demand for those who wanted to continue studying playwriting.

“I received another significant increase in enrollment in 2011 when the English department developed a new major in creative writing,” Dubin said. “The playwriting classes now met the requirements for this major, which brought additional students into my classes.”

Dubin brings both his passion and decades of experience as a playwright to his class. She emphasizes the importance of creating solid structure, relatable characters, and natural-sounding dialogue. It also replicates the development process followed by professional playwrights after completing a first draft in that plays are read aloud by classmates and a feedback session follows that focuses on what works and what needs to be improved.

Students then write a second draft and maybe even a third. Dubin also invites established playwrights as guest speakers to share their experiences of pursuing an interest in playwriting after graduating from college.

Dubin frequently uses his theater contacts to find opportunities to perform his students’ plays. She also created opportunities here in Oakland.

For several years, she partnered with Professor Tom Suda, who taught directing, to present a showcase where student directors each staged a play written by the students.

Dubin resumed this partnership with Professor David Gram and his directing students this year to present an evening of student-written plays that showcased the talents of student actors, playwrights and directors.

Dubin continues to mentor his students long after graduation, introducing them to the local theater network, encouraging them to submit their work to various playwriting competitions, and continuing to help them refine their work. It is a measure of his success that nearly 130 of his students’ plays have received awards, readings, or full productions at theaters in Michigan and beyond.

Although there are too many students to name who have been successful in their work, Dubin said there are a number of students who deserve major recognition:

• Anetria Cole and Franco Vitella both won MaTilDa awards in playwriting. The Complete Cole Game, Bronzeville Gold, has received numerous readings and full productions and has been selected for inclusion in the National Black Theater Festival. Cole and Vitella also performed plays at the American College Theater Festival.

Vitella and Kassandra Dunaj had their complete plays produced by the School of Music, Drama and Dance. Vitella was also selected to participate in the Kennedy Center Playwright Initiative.

Matt Bell became an accomplished, nationally known fiction writer who now teaches creative writing at Arizona State University. His one-act plays have been performed in Heartlande Theater’s Play by Play and have been included in two of OU’s staging showcases.

Martin McArthur’s play, The moment he hears ithad a staged reading at OU in 2016, directed by David Gram, and a staged reading afterwards at Theater Nova in Ann Arbor.

Lauren Knox Mounsey teaches acting and is artist-in-residence at the Purple Rose Theater Company. She also had one of her own plays produced at the Purple Rose.

Jacquelyn Priskorn Floyd was a student in the first playwriting class at OU in 1997 and returned to take the advanced class in 2014. During that time she had 14 readings, received 4 awards, and had 62 productions of his short plays.

Recent students whose plays have been performed for the public include: Emily Nichter, Alessia Fionda, Xochi Rios-Ellis, Kaye Hoffmeyer and Lucas Jeffrey.

“A lot of times people talk about a project they created and grew as their baby,” Dubin said. “Certainly, this term applies to me. I love watching my students grow and develop their talent, and I’m thrilled to be able to help them transition from the classroom into professional theater.

“Each year I teach my classes a little differently because I’ve changed, the students have changed, and the world has changed,” she added. “The plays we study, as well as the plays students write, must reflect these changes. My goals are always to keep my classes fresh and current, and to maintain a high degree of student engagement.

Over the past 25 years, Dubin said his enthusiasm for teaching playwriting has never wavered.

“I’m as excited to teach a class now as I was on the very first day,” she said. “I can’t imagine a job that would be more personally fulfilling and I’m grateful to Oakland for giving me that first opportunity and supporting me every step of the way.”

To learn more about playwriting classes at Oakland University, visit the School of Music, Theater and dance and creative writing websites.

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A 20th Anniversary Reimagining – KC STUDIO https://acotonline.org/a-20th-anniversary-reimagining-kc-studio/ Tue, 01 Mar 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://acotonline.org/a-20th-anniversary-reimagining-kc-studio/ Performers in the Ruby Room at the Music Theater Heritage, left to right: Ron Lackey, Courtney Germany, Misha Roberts, Nate McClendon, Ayana Tribitt, Kadesh Flow, Douglass Walker and Darrell Mayberry. (photo by Jim Barcus) The new season includes musical theater classics, revisited with creative departures from the norm. With a revised name and expanded focus, […]]]>

Performers in the Ruby Room at the Music Theater Heritage, left to right: Ron Lackey, Courtney Germany, Misha Roberts, Nate McClendon, Ayana Tribitt, Kadesh Flow, Douglass Walker and Darrell Mayberry. (photo by Jim Barcus)


The new season includes musical theater classics, revisited with creative departures from the norm.

With a revised name and expanded focus, the Kansas City theater celebrates its 20th anniversary with a full slate of productions and a new Ruby Room performance space

A good story worth repeating: the company now known as Music Theater Heritage began 20 years ago with a live radio broadcast from a Belger Cartage loading dock in downtown city ​​of Kansas City.

Conceived as a way to promote founder George Harter’s longtime radio show, “A Night on the Town,” the nonprofit theater company grew and established itself as a place to enjoy music from classic Broadway shows. For several years the shows were staged as concerts which included theatrical elements, but were not quite full productions. MTH has withstood the COVID-19 pandemic through perseverance and innovation and has now prepared a season to mark two decades of existence.

“You know, this year is unlike any other for a number of reasons,” said Tim Scott, the company’s executive art director. “First of all, it’s our 20th anniversary. But, of course, you’re also trying to plan for the unexpected because of the coronavirus. »

Like any proud art director, Scott is not above indulging in justified bragging. In a press release late last year, he highlighted the company’s success in battling the pandemic. Let the record show: MTH was the first professional theater to produce a live show in 2021 with its rooftop production of ‘Music of the Night’. Since April last year, MTH has produced 14 live productions and served nearly 500 students through educational initiatives; in 2021, nearly 40,000 spectators saw performances at the Crown Center; and the company started the year with three employees but now has nearly 30.

In addition to presenting a few shows on the roof of the Crown Center, the company has also turned to concerts made for video and made available to the public virtually. Scott, who shot and edited the performances, delivered high-quality reviews that wouldn’t have looked out of place on public television.

In all, the company made 14 live productions in 2021.

“We did ‘Hair’ and ‘Camelot’ through the Delta variation,” Scott said. “With ‘Hair’, half the singers wore masks.”

The new season includes musical theater classics, revisited with creative departures from the norm.

Tim Scott, Executive Artistic Director, Music Theater Heritage (photo by Sophia Napoli)

The season:

“STEVIE: signed, sealed, delivered” is scheduled from March 24 to April 10. The production celebrates the music of Stevie Wonder and will be staged in collaboration with 2 Proud 2 Beg, bandleader Ron Lackey’s Motown ensemble.

“Song and Dance” Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rarely produced two-act musical will run May 12-29. Half of the show is told in song, the other half in dance. The arrangements involve a rock band and a cellist. Webber wrote the dance portion of the show for his brother, cellist Julian Webber. It will be a regional first.

“Titanic,” June 16-July 3. The Broadway production of this show, with words and music by Maury Yeston and an accompanying book on the musical by Peter Stone, was a massive physical production with a huge cast and full orchestra. The MTH version of necessity takes a different route with a twist: the music will be performed by a small ensemble on instruments played by musicians on the doomed Titanic – a string quartet and a grand piano.

“Cabaret,” August 11-28. Kander and Ebb’s classic about decadent Berlin and the rise of Nazism before World War II will be staged with cabaret tables and stools arranged closer to the stage than the usual audience seats. “Those seated in this area will have a slightly more immersive experience than those seated in the theater seats,” Scott said.

“Man of La Mancha”, October 6-23. This 1965 musical by composer Mitch Leigh, playwright Dale Wasserman and lyricist Joe Darion is adapted from the classic 17th-century novel “Don Quixote.” Scott said the show will be produced in conjunction with the Kansas City-based Ensemble Ibérica, which performs music from Spain and Portugal. The idea, Scott said, was to adapt the score in a way that gave it a bit more of an authentic Spanish feel.

“A Spectacular Christmas Spectacular”, an original revue and annual tradition at MTH, December 8-23.

“Titanic” and “Cabaret” will be performed at the Grand Theater (formerly the American Heartland Theater). Other productions will be in the traditional MTH space on the third floor of the Crown Center.

Additionally, MTH will be offering what they bill as the Ruby Room Series in a revamped performance space just off the main lobby. The shows focus on artists who made significant contributions to American culture, including Sonny & Cher and other 1960s pop singers: jazz artists Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington and Louis Prima; Nina Simone, Sam Cook and Otis Redding; the Beatles; beat generation writers Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac as well as bebop and cool jazz artists; and songwriters Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen.

Although a casual observer might not notice it, the name of the theater company is in its third incarnation. What started life as Musical Theater Heritage became simply MTH. From now on, “musical” has been replaced by simply “music” – Music Theater Heritage. It’s a small change but it involves a broader definition of music.

From radio roots to live performance

George Harter said he formed Musical Theater Heritage primarily to fund his radio show, which originally aired for several years on KXTR and later on Kansas Public Radio. The show eventually aired on a number of stations across the country. He said he and tenor Nathan Granner had approached backers to underwrite the show.

“I formed MTH just to fund the radio show,” Harter said. “When I shopped around for funding, local funders weren’t particularly interested in funding something out of town. So Nathan and I decided we needed a local mission and started a (live) series.

At Belger, the band performed a series of shows – “Carousel” (which marked Tim Scott’s first appearance on an MTH show), “On the Town”, “Brigadoon”, “Guys and Dolls” and “The Fantasticks “, including the others. Eventually, Belger needed the loading dock space to prepare his Belger Arts Center, so Harter began looking for other locations.

Before long, MTH was performing live shows in what was then called the Off Center Theater (a former movie multiplex) on the third floor of the Crown Center. Eventually, Harter said, MTH became the most frequent user of the space, leading Crown Center to offer them a contract as a full-time tenant.

“They gave us a great offer on the rent,” Harter said. Many concert productions have been directed by Sarah Crawford, and some of them have been particularly memorable – an effective all-female direction of “1776” and an engaged performance of “Big River”, the show based on “The Adventures of Huckleberry” by Mark Twain. Finnish.”

Chad Gerlt joined the team early on. He had returned from Los Angeles, where he had moved with the idea of ​​becoming a voice-over artist. “I wanted to do cartoons and video games,” he said. But he got by as a singing waiter at a Macaroni Grill in
Thousand Oaks.

“I missed my family and wanted to buy a house,” Gerlt said. “I could never have bought a house in LA”

Gerlt retired from MTH a few months ago to pursue a career in real estate. But he was proud to be part of the team that grew viewership and made MTH a success. From time to time, Gerlt performed on stage.

“COVID has obviously changed a lot of things,” Gerlt said. “It didn’t kill us, and I promise you it won’t kill us. But it changed the dynamic there.

The radio show was retired in 2015. The rise of online streaming services – Spotify etc. al – made all the music Harter had released over the years instantly available. A few stations across the country continued to air reruns of the show.

These days, Harter directs his energies to the theatrical trips he organizes for fans and bands to travel to New York and see Broadway shows.

But the theater’s original mission, he said, was a direct result of the radio show.

“It was about appreciating American musical theatre,” he said. “People realized that rock-and-roll and jazz were uniquely American art forms, but no one thought of the American songbook and musical theater as an original American art form.”

For more information on the Music Theater Heritage season, visit www.mthkc.org.

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GINGERSNAP Musical Theater Offers! Meet and greet Ginger Minj https://acotonline.org/gingersnap-musical-theater-offers-meet-and-greet-ginger-minj/ Wed, 09 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://acotonline.org/gingersnap-musical-theater-offers-meet-and-greet-ginger-minj/ Music Theater Works has announced Gingersnap!, exclusive opportunities to meet Ginger Minj* of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” the star of its spring production, La Cage Aux Folles, at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie, 9501 N. Skokie Boulevard, Skokie. Ginger cookie! tickets, discounted subscriptions and single tickets are now on sale at […]]]>

Music Theater Works has announced Gingersnap!, exclusive opportunities to meet Ginger Minj* of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” the star of its spring production, La Cage Aux Folles, at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie, 9501 N. Skokie Boulevard, Skokie.

Ginger cookie! tickets, discounted subscriptions and single tickets are now on sale at MusicTheaterWorks.com/la-cage-aux-folles.

Group discounts are available for groups of ten or more, interested parties can email boxoffice@musictheaterworks.org for more information.

Ginger cookie! offers a one-of-a-kind experience as you connect with “RuPaul’s Drag Race” headliner and self-proclaimed “glamour toad queen,” Ginger Minj. Ginger cookie! attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about his impressive career and experience at La Cage Aux Folles. Ginger Minj reigned supreme as the comedy queen of Orlando, Florida long before she was seen on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” as the season seven and season two runner-up of “RuPaul’s Drag Race: ALL -STARS”. Minj has toured the world performing to sold-out venues, performing showtunes for Broadway royalty on national television, and recording her debut studio album “Sweet T.”

Ginger cookie! Opportunities include:

Premiere Meet and Greet with Ginger Minj
Cost: $70 (in addition to the purchase of a single ticket)
Group Q&A after the show
La Cage Aux Folles T-shirt
Photo with Ginger Minj
Poster La Cage Aux Folles autographed by Ginger Minj

General meeting with Ginger Minj
Cost: $40 (in addition to the purchase of a single ticket)
Group Q&A after the show
Photo with Ginger Minj.

Dates available for Gingersnap! include

Friday, March 18 (after the 8 p.m. performance)

Friday, March 25 (after the 8 p.m. performance)

Saturday March 26 (after the 8 p.m. performance)

Friday, April 1 (after the 8 p.m. performance)

Saturday April 2 (after the 8 p.m. performance).

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Music Theater Works Announces Cast and Creative Team for LA CAGE AUX FOLLES https://acotonline.org/music-theater-works-announces-cast-and-creative-team-for-la-cage-aux-folles/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 02:09:31 +0000 https://acotonline.org/music-theater-works-announces-cast-and-creative-team-for-la-cage-aux-folles/ Music Theater Works has announced the cast of its Tony Award-winning spring production of La Cage Aux Folles, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, book by Harvey Fierstein, directed by production art director Kyle Dougan and music directed by Kyra Leigh with choreography by Christopher Chase Carter. Winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical, […]]]>

Music Theater Works has announced the cast of its Tony Award-winning spring production of La Cage Aux Folles, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, book by Harvey Fierstein, directed by production art director Kyle Dougan and music directed by Kyra Leigh with choreography by Christopher Chase Carter.

Winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical, Best Score, Best Book and Best Cover of a Musical, La Cage Aux Folles is an evening full of laughter. Based on the hit French farce that also inspired West End and international productions and Hollywood’s “The Birdcage,” this Broadway hit has a hilarious book by Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy and Kinky Boots) and a score by king of show tunes, Jerry Herman (Hello, Dolly! and Mame).

With “RuPaul’s Drag Race” headlining Ginger Minj as “Albin” and costumes by “Project Runway” designer Justin LeBlanc, The Music Theater Works’ rendition of this classic is guaranteed. to be one of the most entertaining productions of the year. The theater will be transformed into the elegant Saint-Tropez de La Cage nightclub with an on-stage bar and surprises at every turn. And when the future in-laws of a non-traditional family come over for a visit, La Cage shines the spotlight on family, love, commitment and dating as the truth comes out in the wildest way.

The cast of La Cage Aux Folles includes Ginger Minj, (her/her. Albin); Jason Richards (he/him/her, George); Christopher Ratliff, (he/his, Jean-Michel); Dane Strange, (he/him/her, Jacob); Thomas E. Squires, (he/his, Dindon/Renaud); Caron Buinis, (she/her, Marie Dindon/Mme. Renaud); Honey West, (she/her/her, understudy Jacqueline/Albin); Anthony Whitaker, (he/his/her, Francis); Darryl D’Angelo Jones, (he/his, Tabarro); Daniel Hurst, (he/her, Chantel); Matthew Weidenbener, (he/her, Hanna); Gabe Kohlbeck, (he/her, Mercedes); Brian Selcik, (he/her, Bitelle), Isaiah Engram, (he/her, Angélique), Jordon Taylor (her/her, Phèdre) and Alicia Berneche, (her/her, Marie Dindon and double Jacquline); Ariel Triunfo (she/her, Anne/Cagelle double) and Riley Vogel (he/him/her, Jean Michel/Cagelle double).

The La Cage Aux Folles production team includes production art director Kyle A. Dougan (he/him/his/them/theirs, director); Kyra Leigh, (her/her, musical director); Christopher Chase Carter, (he/her, choreography); Tommy Novak, (they/them/their, assistant director); Scott Davis, (he/him/her, stage design); Justin LeBlanc, (he/she, costume design); Andrew Meyers, (he/her, lighting design) and Hayley E. Wallenfeldt, (he/she, props design).

The performance schedule for La Cage Aux Folles includes a preview on Thursday, March 10 at 1 p.m. with press opening on Friday, March 11 at 8 p.m. The duration is currently two hours and 40 minutes including a 15 minute intermission. The show schedule is Wednesday at 1 p.m., Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are on sale now for $19.50-$106 with Meet and Greet options featuring Ginger Minj and discounted 2022 subscriptions at MusicTheaterWorks.com.

ALL GUESTS will be required to wear a face mask regardless of their vaccination status and present photo ID with proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with an approved vaccine.

Please visit https://www.musictheaterworks.com/health-safety-procedures/ for more information.

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Skylight Music Theater: Ernest Shackleton Loves Me regional premiere postponed for a week due to groundbreaking covid-19 cases https://acotonline.org/skylight-music-theater-ernest-shackleton-loves-me-regional-premiere-postponed-for-a-week-due-to-groundbreaking-covid-19-cases/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 13:17:01 +0000 https://acotonline.org/skylight-music-theater-ernest-shackleton-loves-me-regional-premiere-postponed-for-a-week-due-to-groundbreaking-covid-19-cases/ Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (January 7, 2022) – The Skylight Music Theater has announced a week-long postponement of the regional premiere of Ernest Shackleton loves me due to positive cases of COVID-19 among the fully vaccinated society. The musical will now run from Friday January 21 to Sunday February 6, 2022. The show was previously scheduled for […]]]>

Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (January 7, 2022) – The Skylight Music Theater has announced a week-long postponement of the regional premiere of Ernest Shackleton loves me due to positive cases of COVID-19 among the fully vaccinated society. The musical will now run from Friday January 21 to Sunday February 6, 2022. The show was previously scheduled for performances from January 14 to 30.

Customers with tickets for canceled performances from January 14 to 20 will receive an email with information on how to exchange or refund the tickets.

Ernest Shackleton loves me is a highly inventive off-Broadway musical that travels across continents and time in an unlikely and enchanting love story and won the Best New Musical at the 2017 Off-Broadway Alliance Awards. This romantic and epic adventure connects a struggling modern-day bachelor / violinist; and Ernest Shackleton, an intrepid Antarctic explorer playing the banjo of the early 1900s. Digital projections of actual images from Shackleton’s expeditions are incorporated into the multimedia set design.

Ernest Shackleton loves me is written by Joe DiPietro, (winner of the Tony Award for Memphis), with lyrics by Val Vigoda and music by Brendan Milburn. Jill Anna Ponasik will lead. The musical director is Eric Svejcar. Matt Daniels as Ernest Shackleton and Janice Martin as Kat will make their Skylight debuts.

PERFORMANCE INFORMATION

Ernest Shackleton loves me takes place January 21 – February 6, 2022 at the beautiful Cabot Theater at the Broadway Theater Center, 158 N. Broadway, in Milwaukee’s Historic Third District. Skylight is Milwaukee’s professional Equity musical theater company. Safety requirements are in effect, including indoor masks and proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test.

To purchase tickets or to exchange / refund tickets for canceled performances, contact the Broadway Theater Center box office. Call (414) 291-7800, visit 158 ​​N. Broadway, Monday to Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. or send an email [email protected].

· Please advise the ticket office if accessible seating is required or if customers will have a wheelchair or walker.

· The opening hours of the ticket office are Mondays. – Sat. 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. The ticket office is also open two hours before performances.

Group discounts are available for groups of 10 or more, please contact the box office (414) 291-7800 or [email protected].

For ADA purposes, please contact the box office (414) 291-7800 or [email protected].

Skylight offers a risk-free guarantee to exchange, credit or refund tickets for any canceled performances.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Preview of the skylight. In-depth discussions with directors and special guests take place an hour before Wednesday and Sunday performances.

ASL performance. Ernest Shackleton loves me will be performed in American Sign Language on Thursday, January 27 at 7:30 p.m. To purchase tickets for this show, send an email [email protected] or call the Skylight Music Theater box office at (414) 291-7800. Mention the ASL performance for the seats in the appropriate section. ASL performance support provided by UPAF Connect.

For more information visit www.skylightmusictheater.org, send email [email protected] or call him

Ticket office at (414) 291-7800.

LUMINOUS BAR AND BISTROT

The Skylight Bar & Bistro is open two hours before show time and offers a pre-theater menu from Sabrosa. Conveniently located on the second floor of the Broadway Theater Center, reservations are available online here or at https://sabrosa.cafe or call 773-485-9975.

CAR PARK

Purchase $ 5 parking vouchers at the Broadway Theater Center box office to use in the Historic Third Ward parking garage at 212 N. Milwaukee Street (one block east and one block north). Vouchers are valid between 5:00 p.m. and 11:59 p.m. for evening performances. Matinee vouchers are valid from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Not valid for Wednesday mornings. The sale of vouchers ends 30 minutes before the time of the show. Advance purchase recommended so that vouchers can be mailed with tickets. No refund.

A parking meter is available in the street (free after 6 p.m. and on Sundays).

HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS

Skylight Music Theater has joined with other performing arts organizations in Milwaukee in demanding proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test within 72 hours of performance for all members of the public aged 12 and over. Additionally, Skylight requires the public to be masked indoors at all times, regardless of immunization status. For up-to-date information, please visit www.skylightmusictheater.org/health.

ABOUT SKYLIGHT MUSIC THEATER

The Skylight Music Theater is proud to be a founding member of the United Performing Arts Fund.

Founded in 1959, Skylight is the professional musical theater company Equity of Milwaukee and the state’s largest employer of Wisconsin actors. Skylight produces the full spectrum of musical theater, from hit Broadway musicals to reimagined operas, and from thrilling world premieres to contemporary Broadway hits. Skylight’s main home is the Cabot Theater in the Broadway Theater Center, which was built by Skylight in Milwaukee’s Third Historic District in 1992. Considered one of Milwaukee’s finest theaters, the Cabot Theater is based on the design of an 18eFrench opera house of the century. With only 350 seats, it offers the public a breathtaking view of the action on stage. Skylight Music Theater marks its 62nd season in 2021-2022.

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Music Theater Works announces the 2022 season of great musicals and buys that special someone a Broadway song written and recorded just for them! | Radio WGN 720 https://acotonline.org/music-theater-works-announces-the-2022-season-of-great-musicals-and-buys-that-special-someone-a-broadway-song-written-and-recorded-just-for-them-radio-wgn-720/ Thu, 16 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://acotonline.org/music-theater-works-announces-the-2022-season-of-great-musicals-and-buys-that-special-someone-a-broadway-song-written-and-recorded-just-for-them-radio-wgn-720/ This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with the staff of Music Theater Works. Production Art Director Kyle Dougan and Director of Marketing and Public Relations Aaron Ozee preview a fantastic and exciting 42nd season. The theater company once known as Light Opera Works is now home to the North Shore Center for the Performing […]]]>

This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with the staff of Music Theater Works. Production Art Director Kyle Dougan and Director of Marketing and Public Relations Aaron Ozee preview a fantastic and exciting 42nd season. The theater company once known as Light Opera Works is now home to the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts at 9501 Skokie Boulevard in Skokie. With Billy Elliott closing out the current season, discover the unique productions of La Cage aux Folles, Disney’s The Little Mermaid (an immersive production) and much more online for the new season. Subscriptions and tickets can be purchased at www.musictheaterworks.com or by calling: 847-673-6300.

Next, Paul chats with Broadway star (Book of Mormon and Hello Dolly, among others) Nic Rouleau about his new venture: Broadway Song Shoppe. Born out of the struggles of the pandemic, the store brings together many Broadway stars who personalize a written Broadway-style song and perform it for that special someone in your life. Holidays, birthdays, anniversaries or just to say “I love you” or “I’m thinking of you”, the stars incorporate specific information you provide into the lyrics and the result is a personal song that is sure to bring a to smile. to the recipient. More information and ordering a song can be found at www.broadwaysongshoppe.com along with Broadway star biographies and sample songs. Nic surprises Paul during the show with a song he wrote just for Paul, so listen to him for fun because that’s what he can do for you. And orders placed soon will be able to take advantage of a 10% discount using the discount code: BEHIND THE CURTAIN. Talk about a unique and special gift…you’ll want to check out this fun gift idea!

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Vote for the BroadwayWorld Milwaukee, WI Awards 2021; Skylight Music Theater’s BEING EARNEST tops Best Streaming Musical https://acotonline.org/vote-for-the-broadwayworld-milwaukee-wi-awards-2021-skylight-music-theaters-being-earnest-tops-best-streaming-musical/ Mon, 13 Dec 2021 20:53:02 +0000 https://acotonline.org/vote-for-the-broadwayworld-milwaukee-wi-awards-2021-skylight-music-theaters-being-earnest-tops-best-streaming-musical/ [ad_1] Our readers have defined the nominees and voting is now open for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Milwaukee, WI Awards! The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions that had their first performance between October 1, 2020 and September 30, 2021. Check out the current leaderboard below! Voting is now open until December 31st! The winners will be […]]]>


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Our readers have defined the nominees and voting is now open for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Milwaukee, WI Awards! The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions that had their first performance between October 1, 2020 and September 30, 2021.

Check out the current leaderboard below!

Voting is now open until December 31st! The winners will be announced in January.

Streaming productions are eligible this year in categories designated as such. This year, BroadwayWorld also allows audiences to vote on which theaters they are most eager to return to and which productions they are most eager to see.

Be sure to make sure your favorite theaters, stars and shows get the recognition they deserve!

The BroadwayWorld Regional Awards are the biggest theater audience awards, attended by more than 100 cities from around the world.

Who will win? Vote before December 31!

Here is the current rankings for Milwaukee, WI:

Best direction of a flow
Coltyn Giltner – SHE KILLS MONSTERS – First stage 33%

Andrea Ewald – THE REVOLUTIONISTS – Lake Country Playhouse 28%
Michael Unger – TO BE SERIOUS – Shylight Musical Theater 12%

Better Editing of a Stream
Coltyn Giltner – SHE KILLS MONSTERS – First stage 41%
Michael Unger – TO BE SERIOUS – Skylight Music Tgeatre 22%
Tyler Milliron – TO BE SERIOUS – Skylight Musical Theater 9%

Best Performer in a Streaming Musical
Kevin james sievert – FORGOTTEN VOICES – 2021 26%
Joey Chelius – TO BE SERIOUS – Skylight Musical Theater 26%
Rae Elizabeth Par̩ РIN THE CLOUD: VIRTUAL MUSIC РMilwaukee Opera Theater 14%

Best Performer in a Streaming Game
Madison Nowak – THE REVOLUTIONISTS – Lake Country Playhouse 27%
Maggie Stubbs – SHE KILLS MONSTERS – First stage 26%
Maya Thomure – SHE KILLS MONSTERS – First stage 16%

Best Streaming Musical
TO BE SERIOUS – Skylight Music Theater Milwaukee 48%
FORGOTTEN VOICES – Skylight Musical Theater 18%
SKYLIGHT SINGS – A HOLIDAY CINCERT – Skylight musical theater 11%

Best streaming playback
SHE KILLS MONSTERS – First stage 44%
TO BE SERIOUS – Horizon 27%
THE ADVENTURES OF THE THREE LITTLE PIGS – First stage 8%

Best Supporting Performer in a Streaming Musical
Kevin James Sievert – FORGOTTEN VOICES – Skylight Musical Theater 26%
Karen Estrada – TO BE SERIOUS – Skylight Musical Theater 23%
Stephanie Staszak – TO BE SERIOUS – Skylight Musical Theater 20%

Best Supporting Performer in a Streaming Game
Abigail Stein – THE REVOLUTIONISTS – Lake Country Playhouse 63%
Malkia Stampley – 9 CIRCLES – Theater of the next act 37%

Most anticipated upcoming production of a musical
FUNNY GIRL – Bombshell Theater Co 44%
THE BOSSU DU DAM OUR – Skylight Musical Theater 13%
THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME – Skylight musical theater 13%

Most anticipated upcoming production of a play
MONOLOGUES OF THE VAGINA – the playhouse at sunset 38%
SILENT SKY – Waukesha Civic Theater 24%
PSYCH – Waukesha Civic Theater 17%

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Hanover Theater, North Shore Music Theater ‘A Christmas Carol’ Performances Bounce Back From COVID Shutdowns https://acotonline.org/hanover-theater-north-shore-music-theater-a-christmas-carol-performances-bounce-back-from-covid-shutdowns/ Mon, 13 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://acotonline.org/hanover-theater-north-shore-music-theater-a-christmas-carol-performances-bounce-back-from-covid-shutdowns/ [ad_1] “A universal story that applies to everyone and every year,” is how Troy Siebels, President and CEO of the Hanover Theater in Worcester, describes “A Christmas Carol”, even during a pandemic. Hanover has been telling the story of Scrooge for 13 years, with this year’s show taking place from December 16 to 23. “We’re […]]]>


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“A universal story that applies to everyone and every year,” is how Troy Siebels, President and CEO of the Hanover Theater in Worcester, describes “A Christmas Carol”, even during a pandemic.

Hanover has been telling the story of Scrooge for 13 years, with this year’s show taking place from December 16 to 23.

“We’re trying to make it honest and really true to the original, to the book,” said Siebels, who is also directing the performance. “Of course he wrote a book and doesn’t act, so there’s a lot to do to adapt the scene.”

Although the story is classic, the Hanover show is unique, strongly incorporating the music of their Wurlitzer theater organ to convey ideas and emotions. The organ is the only instrument in the show with the actor’s song.

This year’s performance also takes a different direction with the Cratchit family for the first time in the history of the show.

“It’s a time, in the middle of the 19th century, when England started to colonize India and there started to be a lot of immigration back and forth. So we looked at the Cratchit family as recent immigrants from India and it’s really interesting how that impacts history, ”Siebels said. “It makes him more real in a way. Scrooge is not only blind to the need around him, he is also blind to the iniquity around him. It is really fascinating.

But Hanover isn’t the only Massachusetts theater to feature Scrooge on stage.

In eastern Massachusetts, the North Shore Music Theater in Beverly also offers an annual production of “A Christmas Carol”, from December 2 to 23. Although the shows have the same title, each theater brings a cast, adaptation, and heart to the story that keeps people coming back every year.

North Shore has been broadcasting “A Christmas Carol” for 30 years, with David Coffee playing Ebenezer Scrooge for the last 27 of them – with no plans to slow down. This performance was a staple in the local community, as crowds dress in their vacation’s best to learn a timeless lesson told by the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future.

The theater only missed the show twice, owner Bill Hanney said. In 2009, North Shore aired “High School Musical 2” instead of “A Christmas Carol” and then went bankrupt. Hanney, who primarily owned theaters throughout his career, stepped in to save the theater in 2010, remodeling the building to show his dedication to his audiences and bringing Scrooge back on stage.

The second time was, of course, the COVID-19 pandemic, which has been a difficult time for North Shore, Hanover and countless other theaters around the world.

Hanney kept North Shore afloat with her own funding, then took out a loan, a move that saw them bring “A Christmas Carol” back this month.

Hanover got through the first year of the pandemic thanks to community support, especially the Myles and Jean McDonough Charitable Foundation, which donated a million dollars that helped keep staff employed. Hanover also received federal funding that helped them recruit staff in the spring of 2021. From the CARES Act, they received a PPP forgivable loan of $ 677,200, according to page 16 of their annual report.

During the pandemic, the Hanover Conservatory was open and classes continued but the theater was closed until fall 2021.

“The performances are back, but the audience isn’t quite there yet. We’re about 30% lower than we would normally expect from ticket sales, ”said Siebels, adding that donations and corporate sponsors are helping close that gap until people feel more secure. comfortable coming to shows.

While North Shore couldn’t make “A Christmas Carol” last year, Hanover told the story anyway, reducing their cast to eight and releasing a film version of the performance. The film provided some funding, the theater said, but not as much as the general public for many in-person performances.

“I’m glad we did, but it wasn’t the same – great production is community. Bringing all of these people together in one room has real power, ”said Siebels. “Being in the same room as a show is like seeing the Rockettes on stage in Radio City rather than seeing the Rockettes on the TV screen. You just can’t compare.

That being said, the pandemic is not over and both theaters have demanded that their staff be fully vaccinated, taking the guidelines seriously because in-person experience is so essential to what they do. Proof of vaccination is required in Hanover and masks are required in both theaters for the public.

Community is a word that comes up several times in both theaters. Hanney spoke about how important the North Shore performance is in eastern Massachusetts, with people making “A Christmas Carol” a regular part of the holiday celebrations.

Siebels agreed, saying, “I’m really proud that we are as connected to the city of Worcester as we are. The city has supported us so much and we try to do everything we can for the city. “

United Way of Central Massachusetts is even offering 1,500 tickets to families who would otherwise not be able to attend the Worcester show.

Although these performances are presented in different communities, with different audiences and adaptations, Siebels and Hanney said they focus on inclusion.

North Shore chose the narrator, who is an older Tiny Tim, as an actor with a prosthetic leg since the kid uses a cane and made sure the audience could see him.

Additionally, at various shows, Hanover has a performance with sign language interpretation, audio description and even has a “relaxed performance” where they reduce effects and show ghosts before putting audience members more at ease. .

This relaxed show is particularly accommodating for children or people with autism.

“One thing that is important to me on this show is that it speaks to everyone and that it is accessible for the holidays. We want everyone to feel at home in this production, ”he said. “It’s such a universal story that applies to everyone and every year. And so we want everyone to be comfortable coming and being a part of it.”

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COME FROM AWAY to return to Winnipeg at Centennial Concert Hall https://acotonline.org/come-from-away-to-return-to-winnipeg-at-centennial-concert-hall/ Tue, 07 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://acotonline.org/come-from-away-to-return-to-winnipeg-at-centennial-concert-hall/ [ad_1] Broadway Across Canada is delighted to announce the Nationwide Tour of COME FROM AWAY, a Broadway musical about the true story of the small town that has welcomed the world, will return to Winnipeg at the Centennial Concert Hall for a limited engagement of the October 25 to 30. , 2022. COME FROM AWAY […]]]>


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Broadway Across Canada is delighted to announce the Nationwide Tour of COME FROM AWAY, a Broadway musical about the true story of the small town that has welcomed the world, will return to Winnipeg at the Centennial Concert Hall for a limited engagement of the October 25 to 30. , 2022.

COME FROM AWAY will be available for groups of 10 or more from today. Group buyers can purchase their tickets by email Canada.Groups@BroadwayAcrossCanada.ca or by calling 1.800.889.8457. Information on single tickets will be published next spring.

COME FROM AWAY features book, music and lyrics by Olivier, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle award winners and Grammy and two-time Tony Award nominees Irene Sankoff & David Hein, directed by Tony Award winner and Outer Critics Circle Award winner Christophe ashley, musical production by the winner of the Olivier Prize and two times nominated for the Tony Award Kelly devine, and musical supervision by the winner of the Olivier Prize and nominated for the Grammy Awards Ian eisendrath.

COME FROM AWAY Presents Stage Design by Tony Award Winner Beowulf boritt, costume design by Tony Award nominee Toni-Leslie James, two-time Tony Award winning lighting design Howell binkley, sound design by Olivier & Outer Critics Circle Award and Tony Award nominee Gareth Owen, orchestrations of the winner of an Olivier Award and nominated for the Grammy & Tony Award August Eriksmoen, and musical arrangements by the winner of the Olivier Prize and nominated at the Grammy Awards Ian eisendrath and casting by Telsey + Company.

COME FROM AWAY tells the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded passengers and the small town of Newfoundland that greeted them. Cultures clashed and nerves were on edge, but unease turned to trust, music flew into the night, and gratitude turned into lasting friendships.

On September 11, 2001, the world stopped. On September 12, their stories moved us all.

Winner of “Best Musical” in North America, the hit musical won the Tony Award for “Best Direction in a Musical” (Christophe ashley), 4 Olivier Awards (London) including “Best New Musical”, 5 Outer Critics Circle Awards (NYC) including “Outstanding New Broadway Musical”, 3 Drama Desk Awards (NYC) including “Outstanding Musical”, 4 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Prize (North American tour) including “Best production”, 4 Helene hayes Awards (DC) including “exceptional production of a musical”, 4 Gypsy Rose Lee Awards (Seattle) including “Excellence in Producing a Musical”, 6 San Diego Critics Circle Awards, including “Outstanding New Musical”, 3 Toronto Theater Critics Awards including “Best New Musical”, 3 Dora Awards (Toronto) including “Outstanding New Musical / Opéra” and “Exceptional Production”, and the 2017 Jon kaplan People’s Choice Award (Toronto).

The original recording of the Grammy-nominated Broadway cast of COME FROM AWAY is available digitally and in stores worldwide. Grammy Award Winner David Lai, and the Grammy nominees Ian eisendrath, August Eriksmoen, Irene Sankoff & David Hein served as album producers.

The Apple Original Films filmed version of the Tony & Olivier Award-winning hit musical COME FROM AWAY, produced by Hasbro’s entertainment studio eOne, will premiere on Apple TV + on Friday, September 10. COME FROM AWAY, which marks the first Broadway show to air on Apple TV +, is directed by Tony Award winner Christophe ashley, which ran the original Broadway production, and features a member-led ensemble from the Broadway show. COME FROM AWAY’s live performance was filmed in New York at Gerald Schoenfeld Theater in May 2021, where the Broadway production is staged, for an audience including 9/11 survivors and frontline workers; and employed over 200 people, including Broadway team, staff and creative teams.

COME FROM AWAY is produced by Junkyard Dog Productions (Randy Adams, Marleen and Kenny alhadeff and Sue frost), Jerry frankel, Latitude link, Smith & Brant Theatricals, Steve & Paula reynolds, David Mirvish, Michel rubinoff, Alhadeff Productions, Michael alden & Nancy Nagel Gibbs, Sam Levy, Rodney Rigby, Spencer ross, Richard winkler, Yonge Street Theaters, Sheridan College, Michael & Ellise Coit, Ronald frankel, Sheri & The Biller, Richard & Sherry Belkin, Marlène & Gary Cohen, Allan Detsky & Rena mendelson, Lauren doll, Barbara H. freitag, Wendy gillespie, Laura Little Theaters, Carl & Jennifer pasbjerg, Radio Mouse Entertainment, the Shubert Organization, Cynthia Stroum, Tulchin Bartner Manufacturing, Gwen Arment/Molly morris & Terry mcnicholas, Maureen & Joel benoliel/ Marjorie & Ron Danz, Pamela cooper/Corey Brunish, Bizar / Square 1 Theater Demos, Joshua Goodman/Lauren Stevens, Adam blanshay Productions /Judith Ann Abrams Productions, Bill & Linda potter/ Rosemary & Kenneth willman, and La Jolla Playhouse and Seattle Repertory Theater.

COME FROM AWAY was initially co-produced in 2015 by La Jolla Playhouse and Seattle Repertory Theater, and presented in 2016 by Ford’s Theater in Washington, DC and Mirvish Productions at the Royal Alexandra Theater in Toronto, CA. COME FROM AWAY (NAMT Festival 2013) was originally developed as part of the Canadian Music Theater Project, Michel rubinoff Producer, Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, Canada and was developed at the Goodspeed Musicals New Artist Festival in East Haddam, CT. The Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and the Fifth Avenue Theater in Seattle WA also provided development support.

For the latest news, announcements and “behind the scenes” access to all of our upcoming shows, become a Broadway Across Canada fan at www.Facebook.com/BroadwayAcrossCanada, follow us on Twitter @BACtouring and on Instagram @BACtouring. Join the conversation using #BACTouring #BACSub #BACSuperfan.

HEALTH AND SAFETY NOTE: To prioritize the safety of the public, staff, cast and crew, Broadway Across Canada will follow government and public health recommendations and observe enhanced safety protocols to allow reopening at the Centennial Concert Hall. In accordance with the mandates of the Government of Manitoba, Broadway Across Canada and the Centennial Concert Hall will require proof of vaccination for entry to all shows. Customers 12 years and older must now show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Anyone 19 years of age or older must present a government issued photo ID with proof of vaccination.

Masks will be mandatory for 5+ and must be worn at all times, with the exception of eating and drinking in the theater. Please visit the Broadway Across Canada Health and Safety Protocol page at: https://centennialconcerthall.com/Online/.

Learn more about www.ComeFromAway.com.


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