Season Announcement Wednesday

This week’s Season Announcement takes us to the college days to one of the Valley’s local CSUs. Not only is this my alma mater, but I love supporting fellow thespians in their pursuit of theatrical education on the stage and in the classroom. Here is the 2014/2015 season for Fresno State University!

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Season Announcement Wednesday

This week’s Season Announcement Wednesday is highlighting one of the Bay Area’s most known, and enjoyed musical theatre companies. Not only have they been around for a good long while, but they have one heck of a classic-titled season for audiences in 2015. Here is the 2015 lineup for Broadway By The Bay!

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Season Announcement Wednesday

Can you believe 2015 seasons are already being announced? Well they are! This week’s company has become my Valley theatre home in terms of being an audience member, performer and choreographer. The titles they have lined up for 2015 are wonderful in terms of classics with a few moderns that are sure to captivate all genres of audience. Here now is the 2015 season of Good Company Players!

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"The Music Man" show #432

You know when Harold Hill and a pool table are in an Iowan town there’s gonna be trouble…..in the best kind of way. Centerstage Clovis’ recently closed production of The Music Man entertained the Valley audiences with Meredith Wilson’s delightful tunes, a great story with all the fun-loving characters, and dancing that was visually energetic.

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Musical Monday

Now that the show I am currently performing in has opened, and I have survived through tech week, a much needed break after, and week 2 of our run, I can finally get back to my normal weekly postings. We start by continuing the trail of Best Musical winners from the first Tony winner to the current. We pick it up in the 1954/1955 Broadway season. Happy Musical Monday!

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"Title of Show" show #431

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Four performers, a pianist, and a unit set. That’s all one really needs to stage [title of show].However, if the four performers you have cast have an aptitude to understand how to perform and bring out the [title of show] material in a challenging and personally effective way, it will be even better. If your pianist is a master of the instrument, as well as has some wonderful comedic timing, it will be even better. And if your unit set and few props and chairs are well -designed for the space you are performing in, then it will be even better. Director Joel Abels nailed all three of these aspects in the recently closed, yet very memorable, production of [title of show].

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