Centerstage Theatre Arts Conservatory is re-launching it’s education program with the class “MAKERS! Making change through making plays.” The class, for for youths ages 8-14, will be taught and lead by local Federal Way teacher Ryan Campeau. Ryan has teamed up with Centerstage to bring theatre to the children of our community.
Class will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Silver Lake Elementary in room 212 from 4:00pm – 5:30pm (childcare will be available following end of school day.)
Students will collaborate with each other to write, direct, and produce their new plays, enriching communication skills while boosting students’ confidence to be boldly creative. Centerstage welcomes all students ages 8 – 14 to attend this after–school drama camp. Registration begins January 17th and ends February 1st. The total cost of the camp is $120. All students wishing to attend should have a parent or guardian email Ashley@centerstagetheatre.com for registration materials. Scholarships are available for any student in need of financial aid; please email Ashley@centerstagetheatre.com for a scholarship application.
Address of camp: Silver Lake Elementary
1310 SW 325th Pl.
Federal Way, WA 98023
Believing that theatre is an agent of challenge, change, and education, Centerstage Theatre presents and produces quality performances to enhance the lives of people and communities in Western Washington.
If you would like more information please contact Ashley at 253.661.1444 or email Ashley@centerstagetheatre.com
The tickets cost a lot less, and audiences come for the same reason – the music of Hamilton. Thursday, February 7, marks Tacoma’s opportunity to witness this phenomenon, when “Rise Up, a Hamilton Tribute Band!” performs at 730pm at the University of Puget Sound’s Schneebeck Concert Hall.. Having originated in Seattle, Washington, the ensemble is a collective of top vocalists and musicians performing the amazing music from the record-breaking Broadway musical and winner of 11 Tonys including Best Musical. Sweeping the country, Hamilton merges hip hop, R&B and Broadway, and has been sweeping the country by storm.
Rise Up delivers a performance that captures all the sophistication, detail and emotion of the music of “Hamilton”. Rise Up has performed extensively in the Northwest, delighting sold-out audiences at performing arts centers, festivals and clubs. They are on the web at: facebook.com/RiseUpSeattleBand
Tickets for the concert are $13 general admission, and available at the UPS Information Center, or through tickets.pugetsound.edu. For more information, call 253-879-3100. Presented by ASUPS Student Programs.
Tacoma Little Theatre pours a glass at The Social Bar and Grill to present a murder mystery dinner experience perfect for the wine lover in us all, Murder by Merlot, directed by Karen Christensen.
The Frudee Family has been in the wine-making business for years. Their winery, while not entirely successful, has managed to stay afloat despite the criticism of a local wine critic, Dr. William Beabore. But now the Frudee brothers, Doodie and Rudy, and their distant cousin, Judy, have made an amazing discovery, and they know they’ll make a big splash with it in the wine world. Doodie’s wife, Trudy, will do anything to help her husband, even if it leaves an unpleasant aftertaste, while Rudy’s wife, Prudy, doesn’t want to stain her reputation with a secret she’d rather keep to herself. Enjoy some wine-tasting and learn a little bit about wine, but be careful, someone will soon be two sheets under!
Dinner includes: Appetizer, Salad, Main Entrée (Meat, Chicken, Vegetarian/Gluten Free) & Dessert. Coffee, Tea, Water and Soda are included, and alcohol is available for purchase at the bar or from your server.
MURDER BY MERLOT will run February 21-24, 2019. Thursday-Saturday performances will begin at 7:30pm, and the Sunday performance will begin at 3:00pm. The event is held at The Social Bar and Grill, 1715 Dock Street, Tacoma, WA. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
Tickets are $55.00 per person (includes dinner with gratuity and show) and may be purchased online atwww.tacomalittletheatre.com, or by calling our Box Office at (253) 272-2281.
Tacoma Little Theatre is holding auditions for its multiracial production of the noir classic, Laura, written by Vera Caspary and George Sklar, and directed by Randy Clark.
Auditions will be held Sunday, February 3rd and Monday, February 4th at Tacoma Little Theatre. Audition appointments will be set between the times of 6:00pm-9:00pm on Sunday and 7:00pm-10:00pm on Monday in five-minute increments. Callbacks will be held on Wednesday, February 6th.
When Mark McPherson first falls in love with Laura, he knows he’s in love with a phantom—for Laura is dead, and he’s in charge of her murder investigation. From her portrait, her letters, her personal effects, and from his contacts with the three men who loved her, Mark has created an image of a woman tantalizingly alive and real. As the detective grows obsessed with the case, he finds himself falling in love with the dead woman. What really happened to Laura?
Actors are asked to prepare a two-minute memorized monologue of their choice.
Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to audition and all roles are available: Mark McPherson (male, 30-45), Danny Dorgan (male, 16-20), Waldo Lydecker (male, 40-50), Shelby Carpenter (male, 30-35), Bessie Clary (female, 30-60), Mrs. Dorgan (female, 40-50), Officer Olsen (male, 25-35), A Girl (female, 20-30).
To reserve an audition time, follow this link (http://castingmanager.com/audition/info/bSvF0TGCZmLyRXa), or
call our Box Office at (253) 272-2281. Once cast, Laura will run from Friday, April 26, 2019 to Sunday, May 12, 2019.
February 1 – 24, 2019
Book by Chris D’Arienzo
Arrangements and Orchestrations by Ethan Popp. Directed and Choreographed by Lisa Shriver
The 5th Avenue Theatre has announced that Mickey Thomas, the lead singer of Starship (formerly Jefferson Starship), will star as Dennis in its sensational new production of Rock of Ages. Rock of Ages is the ‘80s rock ballad blast that features the music of Styx, Joan Jett, Twisted Sister, and more. With Mickey Thomas as lead vocalist, Starship produced hits including “We Built This City” (which appears in the production), “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now,” and “Sara.”
The 5th’s production will feature the previously announced Diana Huey as Sherrie, Galen Disston of Seattle band Pickwick as Drew, and an incomparable group of nationally recognized musicians and Seattle-based actors. Making their 5th Avenue Theatre debuts are Felicia Loud of Seattle performance group Black Stax as Justice/Mother, and Sara Porkalob, the Gregory Award-winning artist activist, as Regina. Returning to The 5th are Brandon O’Neill (The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Carousel, The Pirates of Penzance) as Stacee Jaxx/Father, Nick DeSantis (Sunday in the Park With George, ELF, The Music Man) as Hertz, Dane Stokinger (Annie, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, A Christmas Story) as Lonny, and Nik Hagen (Mamma Mia!, Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying) as Franz.
“We are thrilled with the wide range of experience this cast brings to the table,” said 5th Avenue Theatre Producing Artistic Director Bill Berry. “It’s an eclectic and immensely talented group of some of the best performers and musicians in Seattle and beyond, that will give audiences a chance to see this musical-meets-rock-concert like it’s never been done before.”
Playing February 1 – 24, 2019 (press opening Friday, February 8), single tickets for Rock of Ages are on sale now and subscriptions are still available online atwww.5thavenue.org, by phone at 206.625.1900, or in person at the Box Office at 1308 5th Avenue in Downtown Seattle. Stage side VIP table seating will be available for sale starting on January 11 at 10:00am by calling 206.625.1900
Wonderfully funny, occasionally zany, and riddled with scorching songs, Rock of Ages is an unforgettable, indestructible experience that spent six years on Broadway as well as sold out productions around the world. Rock of Ages is the story of a small town girl and a city boy, who meet on the Sunset Strip while pursuing their Hollywood dreams. Their rock ‘n’ roll romance is told through the heart-pounding hits of Styx, Whitesnake, Poison, Foreigner, Joan Jett, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister and more. Lisa Shriver, the acclaimed choreographer known for her work on Broadway in Jesus Christ Superstar, The Story of My Life, and Ring of Fire, among others, makes her 5th Avenue Theatre debut to direct and choreograph.
About the Cast
Mickey Thomas makes his 5th Avenue Theatre debut as Dennis. He is the owner of the soaring voice that propelled Starship through the decades of the ‘80s and ‘90s. With his soulful and compelling vocals, Thomas has established himself as one of rock music’s most recognizable stars. Thomas made his mark in 1976 as lead vocalist on the mega-hit “Fooled Around and Fell In Love” with The Elvin Bishop Band. In 1979, Thomas joined Jefferson Starship as lead vocalist, after the departure of Grace Slick and Marty Balin. Backed by the power of Thomas’s vocals, Jefferson Starship immediately scored a #1 hit with “Jane.” With this new sound and powerful new vocals, the group was renamed Starship and continued to record an amazing string of hits including “No Way Out,” “We Built This City,” “Sara,” and an Oscar nomination for the #1 hit “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” from the movie Mannequin.
Diana Huey returns to The 5th Avenue Theatre as Sherrie. Her 5th Avenue Theatre credits include Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Ariel, Gregory Award), Jasper in Deadland, RENT, Mame, and Adventure Musical Theatre. Regional credits include Miss Saigon (Helen Hayes Award), ELF (Jovie), Xanadu (Kira), Spring Awakening (Wendla), Avenue Q(Christmas Eve), and James and the Giant Peach (Spider, original cast).
Galen Disston makes his 5th Avenue Theatre debut as Drew. Rock of Ages also marks his theatrical debut. Disston is the lead singer of Seattle’s own soulful rock ‘n’ roll band Pickwick. Pickwick gained national notoriety with their 2013 debut record Can’t Talk Medicine. In 2017, Pickwick released their highly-anticipated follow up, Lovejoys.
Felicia Loud makes her debut at The 5th Avenue Theatre as Justice/Mother. Her credits include a nomination for her solo performance in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill(ArtsWest), Pullman Porter Blues (Seattle Repertory Theatre), and her solo piece Simply Me (Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute). Music: Ill-Us-Trait Live Sessions coming March 2019.
Sara Porkalob makes her 5th Avenue Theatre debut as Regina. She is an award-winning artist activist and performs, directs, and writes for stages all over Seattle. In March, American Repertory Theatre will produce Dragon Lady and Dragon Mama, two plays in her family trilogy The Dragon Cycle. In July, Nordo’s Culinarium will produce her new musical, 7th and Jackson, inspired by the rich history of Seattle’s International District.
Brandon O’Neill returns to The 5th Avenue Theatre as Stacee Jaxx/Father. Select 5th Avenue Theatre credits include The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Carousel, Pirates of Penzance, RENT, Guys and Dolls, Candide, and Miss Saigon. He has performed on Broadway in Aladdin (Original Broadway Cast), A Bronx Tale (first replacement), and is the Voice of Cave of Wonders worldwide. Select regional credits include Oslo, Pride & Prejudice, A View from the Bridge, Assassins, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Beatsville, Beatrice and Benedict, Sondheim at the Pops, and Peter and the Starcatcher. O’Neill is in the 2018 ACT Theatre Core Company, and Uldren Sov in Bungie’s Destiny.
Nick DeSantis returns to The 5th Avenue Theatre as Hertz. He has previously been seen onstage at The 5th in Sunday in the Park With George (Franz), ELF (Mr. Greenway), The Music Man, Cinderella, and Assassins (The Proprietor). Other favorite roles include Hairspray (Edna), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Lumière), Les Misérables (Thenardier), and Christmas Martian #2 in Mrs. Pope’s third grade pageant.
Dane Stokinger returns to The 5th Avenue Theatre as Lonny. At The 5th he has performed in Annie (Rooster), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Clopin), Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Chef Louis), A Christmas Story (Old Man), and Monty Python’s Spamalot! (Lancelot). Other regional credits include Wizard of Oz (Tin Man) and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang(Caractacus Potts) at Seattle Children’s Theatre, and The Full Monty (Jerry), Trails (Mike), and No Way to Treat a Lady (Morris Brummell) at Village Theatre.
Nik Hagen returns to The 5th as Franz. Previous 5th Avenue Theatre credits include Mamma Mia!, Holiday Inn, and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. He has a BA in Theatre from Whitman College and has performed at Village Theatre, StageRIGHT, Can Can Cabaret, and will be returning to The 5th this summer in West Side Story.
The ensemble features Nicholas Japaul Bernard (Ja’Keith, Lonny Understudy), Kristin Burch (Regina Understudy), Sarah Rose Davis (Waitress, Sherrie Understudy), Eric Dobson (Drew Understudy), Lauren Du Pree (Justice Understudy), Jason Kappus (Joey Primo, Stacee Jaxx Understudy), Trina Mills, and Richard Peacock (Mayor, Hertz Understudy, Dennis Understudy).
About the Director and Choreographer
Lisa Shriver is thrilled to be making her 5th Avenue Theatre debut. Her Broadway credits include Jesus Christ Superstar, The Farnsworth Invention, The Story of My Life, and Ring of Fire. As an assistant choreographer she has worked on 11 Broadway productions including The Producers and Titanic. Off Broadway credits include Into the Woods(Fiasco Theatre/Roundabout, Lucille Lortel Nomination for Outstanding Choreography), Yellow Face (The Public Theatre), and Fetch Clay Make Man (NY Theatre Workshop). Regional (Stratford Shakespeare Festival): Caesar and Cleopatra, The Tempest (both w/Christopher Plummer), Grapes of Wrath, The Scottish Play, and Jesus Christ Superstar. Film: A Beautiful Mind, Hysterical Blindness, and A Christmas Carol w/Jim Carrey and directed by Robert Zemeckis. Assistant Choreographer: The Polar Express, Mixed Nutsw/Steve Martin, and Center Stage. TV: A Very Murray Christmas, directed by Sofia Coppola (starring Bill Murray), Broad City (season three finale), and The Detour. Other: Phish’s New Year’s Eve concert at Madison Square Garden, Busch Gardens, and Disney Cruise Line. She is grateful for the support of her agent, Max Grossman; her associate, Jesse Robb; and her family: Brian and Viola.
About the Music Director
Matt Perri makes his 5th Avenue Theatre debut with Rock of Ages. Perri is currently the Resident Music Supervisor for The 5th Avenue Theatre. He was recently the conductor for the Broadway musical Bandstand, including the film version. Other Broadway credits include Come From Away; Finding Neverland; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella; Scandalous; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (2011); Promises, Promises (2010), Rock of Ages; White Christmas; and The Drowsy Chaperone. His Off-Broadway credits include Cagney, for which he also co-produced the original cast recording. Television credits include The Sound of Music Live and Peter Pan Live, both on NBC, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with David Letterman, and The View. In concert, he has served as music director and performed with Bette Midler, Kristin Chenoweth, and Mario Cantone.
About the Band
The band for this production of Rock of Ages will play onstage. It will feature Andy Stoller of Heart (bass), RL Heyer (guitar), Justin S. Davis (guitar), and Mike Stone (drums).
About the Creative Team
Rock of Ages showcases scenic design by Matt Smucker, costume design by Cathy Meacham Hunt, lighting design by Elizabeth Harper, sound design co-designed by David Partridge and John Shivers, and hair and makeup design by Jason Goldsberry.
Additional staff includes Jesse Robb (associate director and choreographer), Tim Symons (associate music director and conductor), Michael Notestine (assistant costume designer), Chris Reay (assistant lighting designer), JR Welden (production stage manager), and Shellie Stone and Rachel Bury (assistant stage managers).
Embrace our ethnic diversity and cultivate a deeper understanding of the cultures that contribute to the vibrancy of our region at Seattle Center Festál. The “Love, Peace and Understanding” theme for 2019 is woven throughout 24 free, ethnic cultural festivals. In a time of divisive national rhetoric, Festál celebrates our shared humanity to build connections, tear down stereotypes and create trust.
Entering its 22 year, Festál offers an opportunity for communities to gather and share deeply rooted traditions and contemporary influences with the greater Seattle area through live music, dance, visual exploration, literature, film, workshops, demonstrations, hands-on learning and play for kids and adults. Many festivals also feature authentic foods and goods available for purchase.
Newly added this year is the “Alaska Airlines Fly Away Giveaway.” Guests who obtain a passport inside the Armory and collect stamps by attending festivals can be entered to win two round-trip airfare tickets to any Alaska Airlines destination. Each stamp is an entry to win; the more Festál events attended and stamps collected, the higher the odds of winning! More information at seattlecenter.com/festal.
Here are the festivals in the 2019 series:
Têt in Seattle – Vietnamese Lunar New Year, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 26 – 27
Inviting the community to a celebration of the lunar new year with lion dances, firecrackers, martial arts, dance and visual arts. tetinseattle.org
Irish Festival, Saturday and Sunday, March 16 – 17
Highlighting the Irish heritage of the Pacific Northwest with traditional music, step-dancing, art exhibits, genealogy workshops and Celtic handcrafts. irishclub.org
Seattle’s French Fest: A Celebration of French-Speaking Cultures, Sunday, March 24
Celebrating the place of French language, culture and joie de vivre in over 30 countries worldwide with francophone fashion, fine cuisine, wine tastings and a wide array of musical performances. fenpnw.org
Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival, Saturday and Sunday, April 26 – 28
Underscoring the deep friendship between Seattle and Japan as it honors the renewal of life with springtime cherry blossoms, booming Taiko drums, contemporary Japanese arts and a traditional tea ceremony. cherryblossomfest.org
Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration, Sunday, May 5
Recognizing Seattle’s strong ties with Asia and the contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our region through culturally influenced music and dance and a celebrity hum bow eating contest. apiheritage.com
A Glimpse of China – Chinese Culture & Arts Festival, Saturday, May 18
Illuminating the colorful and ancient palette of Chinese arts with dance, painting, calligraphy, workshops and martial arts. chinaartandculture.org
Northwest Folklife Festival, Memorial Day weekend, May 24 – 27
Weaving a cultural tapestry of art and music for all to enjoy at this packed, participatory four-day community-wide celebration. nwfolklife.org
Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival, Saturday and Sunday, June 1 – 2
Observing Phillippine independence from colonial rule and the strength of Filipino identity and imagination through art exhibits, songs, spoken word, films and martial arts. festalpagdiriwang.com
Indigenous People Festival, Saturday, June 8
Instilling better understanding for American Indian and Alaska Native tribes in the Pacific Northwest through a blending of traditional and contemporary music, dance, drama and arts. sihb.org
Festival Sundiata presents Black Arts Fest, Saturday and Sunday, June 15 – 16
Sharing the profound stories of African Americans through an entertainment-packed weekend featuring hip hop, dance, gosepl, visual arts, soul food, exhibits and a marketplace. festivalsundiata.org
Iranian Festival, Saturday, June 22
Deepening community and understanding for the rich cultures of Iran with Persian poetry, tea, modern music and and traditional dance. iaca-seattle.org
Spirit of Africa, Saturday, June 29
Fostering greater inclusivity, awareness and appreciation for the varied traditions of music, movement and storytelling of the African diaspora. thespiritofafrica.org
Polish Festival Seattle, Saturday, July 13
Promoting Polish heritage and presence in our region through a lively day of traditional foods, exhibits, workshops, vodka tastings and a beer garden. polishfestivalseattle.org
Seattle Arab Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 10 – 11
Highlighting the sights, sounds and tastes of 22 Arab nations with henna dying, live music, calligraphy, coffee, cooking and folk dancing reflective of the varied Arabian cultures. seattlecenter.com/festal
BrasilFest, Sunday, Aug. 18
Uniting traditional and contemporary Brazilian drumming, dance, music, visual arts, capoeira and celebration during the week of Brazilian Folkore Day. brasilfest.org
Tibet Fest, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 24 – 25
Bestowing messages of love, compassion and kindness through a fusion of ancient and new Tibetan arts and culture to engage, entertain and educate. washingtontibet.org
Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival, Sunday, Sept. 8
Cultivating passion and appreciation for Hawaiian culture with BBQ and poke, hands-on workshops, island music and dance and a marketplace. seattlelivealohafestival.com
Seattle Fiestas Patrias, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14 – 15
Commemorating Latin American independence with art and craft displays, dancing horses, mariachi bands, folk dancers and tantalizing, time-honored foods.
The Italian Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 28 – 29
Offering a spotlight on this inventive nation with food and wine, music and musings – and spirit that is uniquely Italian. festaseattle.com
CroatiaFest, Sunday, Oct. 6
Preserving the customs and creativity of Croatian culture with musical ensembles, colorful dress, savories and sweets and imported goods. croatiafest.org
Turkfest, Saturday and Sunday, Oct 19 – 20
Integrating Eastern and Western influences through Turkish arts and expression, textile displays, workshops and rich cuisine. turkfest.org
Diwali: Lights of India, Saturday, Oct. 26
Inspiring a day of joyful celebration that marks the Indian festival of light with art workshops, succulent foods, henna tatooing, folk dancing and more.
Dia de Muertos – A Mexican Celebration to Remember Our Departed, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 2 – 3
Honoring the departed in a celebration steeped in ritual and tradition through elaborate community altars, sugar skull making, processions and festive music.
Hmong New Year Celebration, Saturday, Nov. 9
Marking the end of the harvest season and the coming of a new year for this deeply rooted Asian highland culture with ornate clothing, traditional dances, visual arts and ball-tossing competitions. hmongofwa.org
Seattle Center Festál is a public program presented by Seattle Center. Admission is free-of-charge. For more information on this collection of ethnic cultural events and other Seattle Center public programming, visit www.seattlecenter.com or call 206-684-7200.
About Seattle Center Festál
This illuminating series of 24 ethnic cultural festivals on weekends throughout the year seeks to connect people in ways that build understanding, dispel stereotypes and generate pride among the generations who participate in these shared experiences. Seattle Center Festál is produced with the generous support of KUOW 94.9 Public Radio, Coca-Cola, Alaska Airlines, T-Mobile, Lyft, 4Culture, the City of Seattle and Seattle Center Foundation.
Caregiving can be complicated. It is not just a two-way street between care givers and care receivers. Caregiving creates a web of relationships between spouses, children, parents, other relatives, friends and neighbors. Often those relationships move to a new level – sometimes drawing people together and other times moving them farther apart.
Pierce County Aging & Disability Resources is offering another film in our caregiving series. The film “The Descendants” will be shown on Saturday, Dec. 8, at the Grand Cinema, located at 606 S. Fawcett Avenue in Tacoma. The film begins at 10:45 a.m. with doors opening at 10:30 a.m. Complimentary popcorn will be provided by Family Resource Home Care. The film is free, but tickets must be reserved online through Brown Paper Tickets or by calling the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) at 253-798-4600.
“The Descendants” stars George Clooney and focuses on end-of-life issues and the emotional responses that come with major life changes. The film, recommended for caregivers by SeniorAdvisor.com, focuses on family endurance and reminds us of our ability to heal in the face of hardship. The film is rated R for strong language, including sexual references.
“It doesn’t matter how much money a person has or the vast array of possessions,” said Aaron Van Valkenburg, Pierce County Aging and Disability Resources manager. “Accidents can happen to anyone, even those in perfect health. This film shows what happens when a spouse has a boating accident and husband and children become caregivers.”
“The Descendants” explores the strong and realistic emotions that can arise as families confront their past and their future. The film swings between light moments of humor and dark moments of conflict. As the plot unfolds, the emotions are raw, but the family draws together and heals.
Pierce County Aging & Disability Resources offers this film as part of our Family Caregiver Support Program. The program helps unpaid family caregivers with many supports including education, counseling, adaptive equipment, housework and errands services and respite care. The program offers support to families of all incomes. For more information about the program or to reserve your tickets, call the Pierce County Aging and Disability Resource Center at 253-798-4600.
Tacoma Little Theatre is holding auditions for its upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim’s classic, A Little Night Music. The production will be directed by John Munn, musically directed by Deborah Lynn Armstrong, and choreographed by Lexi Barnett.
Auditions will be held Sunday, December 9th and Monday, December 10th at Tacoma Little Theatre. Audition appointments will be set between the times of 6:00pm-9:00pm on Sunday and 7:00pm-10:00pm on Monday. Callbacks will be held on Wednesday, December 12th.
Winner of four Tony Awards®, Stephen Sondheim’s glorious musical masterpiece returns to the TLT stage. In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force.
Please prepare a 1-2 minute comedic classical monologue (preferably Oscar Wilde or George Bernard Shaw), and 36-48 bars or verse/chorus of a song (classic broadway or classical). An accompanist will be provided. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to audition. All roles are available.
To reserve an audition time, follow this link (http://castingmanager.com/audition/info/P1X8MHbV0sYSkyL), or call our Box Office at (253) 272-2281.
Once cast, A Little Night Music will run from Friday, March 8, 2019 to Sunday, March 31, 2019.