“What could be more fun than directing a theatrical production of the iconic movie, Singin’ in the Rain? This loving homage to the early days of Hollywood is the definition of happy.”
Archives for September 2016
Getting to Know… Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella is a part of the School of the Performing Arts Series at Metropolis, a series that showcases students’ work with performances on the Metropolis stage.
Surely, there is solace in the oft-repeated words from the wise ones of Westeros, words that transcend time and space (and actual reality) to ring true when heard for the first, third and seventh time. That the night is long and full of terrors. That all men must die. And of course, the proliferation of pumpkin spice notwithstanding, that Winter. Is. Coming.
As previously announced, Kelli Harrington – a two-time Jeff Award winner as leading actress in a musical for The Light in the Piazza and Aspects of Love, both for Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre – will play Fosca, the gravely ill and deeply troubled woman who has a romantic obsession with a handsome military officer in a remote 19th Century Italian garrison.
For anyone who ever pondered the day-to-day lives of the folks they met at our society’s predecessor to the truck stop next to the Cracker Barrel, Pump Boys and Dinettes provides the answers.