“Musical of Musicals (The Musical)” – outside dinner theatre
Performances Aug 4-6
A parody of 5 different styles of composers to tell the same story: From Rodgers and Hammerstein to Andrew Lloyd Webber & Stephen Sondheim
ALL auditions and callbacks held at CBC Theatre.
Thursday, January 28
6:00 pm - All auditioners except children under 12, for both shows
Friday, January 29
6:00 pm – Children only (under 12)
7:00 pm – All other auditioners
Mark your calendars for the callback dates:
Saturday, January 30 3:30 p.m. for “Fiddler on the Roof”
Sunday, January 31 10:00 a.m. for “Musical of Musicals”
Come with a prepared song and music for same. Be prepared to dance. Accompanist Libby Watrous will be here at 5:45, should you want to review music with her, etc.
Night of the Iguana
By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Ginny Quinley
Feb 10-13, 2016
7:30 PM, CBC Theatre
Rated: PG for some adult content
Set in 1940’s Mexico, an odd assortment of people converge at the squalid Costa Verde hotel for various reasons. There are those on vacation, those who seek solace, and those who are down on their luck and have no place else to go. Some of these “lost souls” find companionship and roots with one another, and some find only despair.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students and seniors
Ticket outlets are Adventures Underground, J.D.’s Time Center, and the CBC Bookstore
COMING SPRING 2016
Headsets (A View From The Light Booth)
By Williams Missouri Downs
May 19-22, 2016
7:30 PM, CBC Theatre
Directed by Ronn Campbell
On the final night of the Chicago-Ensemble-Repertory-Group-Theatre-Project’s doomed production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, everything that can go wrong does. The Cast of Hamlet gets hit with food poisoning, Yorick’s skull goes missing and the police arrive to shut down the production because the producer hasn’t paid the rent. When the critic from the Chicago Tribune shows up to review their production, the techies decided there is only one way to save their reputations – the critic must die. The techies set out to “accidentally” drop a stage light on him from the grid. As the production comes to its hilarious end, it’s no wonder Headsets has been called the Noises Off of technical theatre.
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