Yesterday, the leads for the spring play, “Eurydice,” were announced. The main leads are junior Austin Dalgleish and senior Maddie Roberts. The show runs April 9-11 in the little theater.
At their first concert, the Choraliers had the opportunity to perform an original composition written for the group. The piece was written by Eric Barnum and titled “Everlasting Voices.”
A production of the Schoneberg and Boublil musical “Miss Saigon” ran at Starlight Theatre from Sept. 7 to Sept. 13. Staffer Julia Poe found it to be a truly moving musical, with excellent vocals and impressive on-stage stunts.
STANDEES, the new theater and restaurant in the Prairie Village shops, serves great food with a friendly atmosphere and proves itself as much more than just a movie theater.
East English teacher Jeanette Bonjour recently got the role of Mme. Thenardier in the Jewish Community Center’s production of “Les Miserables.” She starts rehearsals in a week and the show will run during November.
East students Justin, Alec and Tyler Armer performed alongside East teacher Jeannette Bonjour in Children of Eden at Theatre in the Park. The show ran for two weekends and featured Bonjour in a solo number and the Armers as ensemble members.
Watch Annie Sullivan’s sketch-comedy-improv show, The Ensemblers.
Look at pictures from Madison’s May Frequent Friday “The Murderous Mansion of Mr. Uno”.
Peter Morgan, Olivia Myers and Connor Woodson star in Evan Reed’s Frequent Friday. The play, “The Tarantino Variation,” is a spoof of classic Quentin Tarantino movies and told the story of three spies.
Want to know about this year’s fall play? Here’s a comprehensive guide to “Plan 9 From Outer Space.”
Sophomores Maddy Heigele and Alec and Justin Armer were three of the eight teens cast in the production of “Aladdin” at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, which ran from Feb. 1-5.
Senior Mallory Harrington and her cast will be performing “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” in the Little Theatre at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Thursday.