Tuesday, January 19, 2021

WEEK AT A GLANCE: January 18-January 24, 2021

Click on any show title to get more information on that production


OPENING:



CLOSING:


CONCERTS / LIMITED RUNS:

N/A

STILL PLAYING:

photos - BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY - Copperstate Productions at Fountain Hills Theatre

CLICK HERE for more information on this production, which runs January 22- February 7



photos by Patty Torrilhon



Thursday, January 14, 2021

review - JANE EYRE, THE MUSICAL - MCC Musical Productions

Austin Stuart and Jessie Jo Pauley
photo by Melody Stuart

by Gil Benbrook

Charlotte Bronte's classic novel "Jane Eyre" has been adapted into dozens of films, TV mini-series and movies so it's somewhat surprising that it took more than 150 years after the novel was published in 1847 before a musical adaptation based on Bronte's work would make it to Broadway. With a book by John Caird and a score by Paul Gordon, the stage musical is a faithful retelling of Bronte's novel, infused with a range of emotions and rich characters. MCC PAC Musical Productions is streaming their filmed stage production of this beautiful and haunting musical and it has lush creative elements and a talented cast, led by Jessie Jo Pauley as Jane and Austin Stuart as Rochester.

Bronte's plot is fairly simple. Jane is a plain yet defiant orphan who takes a job as a governess at Thornfield Hall, where Edward Rochester is the master of the house. Although Rochester is a temperamental and somewhat troubled soul, the two become friends and develop trust and a deep bond with each other, and ultimately fall in love, even though they also have personalities that sometimes clash. However, Rochester has a terrible secret in his past that threatens their love and the possibility of their future, just as it's about to begin. 

Caird's book is brisk yet manages to touch upon the key plot points in Bronte's novel while also using dialogue that is true to the 19th century origins of the book, though some of the plot elements are rushed and could benefit from a bit more clarity. The score by Gordon packs over three dozen songs into the almost through-sung musical, though many are fairly short. Still, the songs are rich and luxurious, with plot and character specific lyrics and there is also an abundance of lush underscoring throughout.

Tregoney Shepherd grew up in Arizona before appearing in National tours and on Broadway and recently took over the role of Artistic Director for Mesa Community College's Musical Theatre department. This is her first production directing since taking over leadership of the department at MCC and her direction is crisp and astute. She makes great use of the expansive MCC PAC stage and ensures her cast all create fairly realistic characters. 

Jessie Jo Pauley and Austin Stuart are simply glorious as Jane and Rochester. Both have rich, refined singing voices that soar on their many songs in the show. Pauley manages to deliver a sophisticated yet subtle portrayal of this beloved character while also allowing us to understand the pain this young woman has faced and the joy she feels once she begins to fall in love with Rochester. Stuart's depiction of this fractured, rash and reckless man is also, appropriately, emotionally complex. 

Due to the briskness of the show's book, many of the supporting characters are only in a scene or two yet the majority of the MCC cast manages to achieve performances that avoid cliché. Hallie Wright is quite touching as the young Jane and Gillian Ficarra is lovely as Helen Burns, the young girl Jane befriends in the orphanage. When the older Jane begins to work at Thornfield Hall, Emily Noxon and Ada Larsen are quite good, as the housekeeper and Adele, the ward of Rochester, respectively, as is Haley McHardy as the woman engaged to Rochester.

The set design by Chris Dane Burk is expansive, with moving pieces that work well to delineate the various locales in the story. Sharon Jones' costumes are gorgeous and period perfect and Melody Stuart's makeup is quite good, including her design in the second act for a character who suffers a tragedy. Jeff A. Davis' lighting is stunning and gorgeous with the excellent use of shadows to elicit the gothic nature of the story. Darin Shryock's music direction achieves warm vocals and lovely harmonies from the large cast. While there isn't a lot of choreography in the show, Cullen Law's contributions are welcome.

While there may be some shortcomings in the book of Jane Eyre, the Musical, due to some moments feeling rushed and some secondary characters disappearing almost as swiftly as they appear, it still manages to be a successful theatrical adaptation of Bronte's beloved novel. MCC Musical Theatre's production is infused with romance and gothic tones, with a cast, direction and creative elements that ensure the heart and emotion of Bronte's novel are never forgotten. 

In accordance with state and local guidelines, MCC's production was filmed with the actors wearing face shields with no physical audience present






Wednesday, January 13, 2021

BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY - Copperstate Productions at Fountain Hills Theater - January 22 - February 7, 2021


Written by Alan James 
Presented by Special arrangement with Buddy Worldwide Limited 

Before The Beatles.  Before The Stones.  There was Buddy!

Copperstate Productions is proud to announce the return of the musical Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story.  Presented in 2017, Buddy shattered Fountain Hills Theater box office records and now returns to the outdoor stage as a part of our continuing socially distanced theater productions.

Buddy tells the story in words and music of the last few years of Buddy Holly’s life. We see how he and his childhood high-school friends, the Crickets, turn country music upside down and create a unique style of sound which some called ‘the devil’s music’. We see Buddy’s frustrations at Decca Records, his skill as a songwriter and composer when recording and experimenting with Norman Petty, the excitement he and America felt when “That’ll Be The Day” went to #1, and his naïve determination to be the first white act to play the Apollo. Later we meet Maria Elena, his future wife, and witness his whirlwind romance. Then we are taken on his ill-fated ‘Winter Dance Party’ Tour of 1959. Finally, we are the audience at the Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake, Iowa, where Buddy’s final performance with Ritchie Valens (“La Bamba”) and ‘Big Bopper’ J.P. Richardson (Chantilly Lace”) is recreated, and what in theatre must be one of the most exciting musical concerts of all-time! Features such timeless hits as “Peggy Sue”, “Not Fade Away”, “True Loves Way:, “Everyday” and “Raining in my Heart”.

Cast:
Buddy: Tom Mangum
Joe B. Mauldin (Double Bass): Stephan Hettinger
Jerry Allison (Drummer): Dave Lopez
4th Cricket (Lead Guitarist): Thomas Oliver
Hi Pockets Duncan/Ensemble: Alex Gonzalez
Norman Petty: Peter J. Hill
Vi Petty/Ensemble/Hayrider: Leah Klein
The Big Bopper/Producer: Bill Bennett
Ritchie Valens/1st Engineer/Ensemble: Julian Mendoza
2nd Engineer/Apollo DJ/clearlake MC: Peter J. Hill
Apollo Performer/Ensemble/Hayrider: Cheryl Banks
Maria Elena/Ensemble: Sydney Lover
Band Leader/Reporter: Jay Melberg
Trumpet/Apollo Announcer: Lance Wilson
Trombone/Apollo Performer: Javone Patton

Buddy is produced by Copperstate Productions, directed by Peter J. Hill, musically directed by Jay Melberg and choreographed by Noel Irick.  

The Fountain Hills Outdoor Theater is comfortable, convenient and safe.  The theater features 15 heated ‘stations’, seating up to 6 patrons per station.  Each station is reserved for a single party and no party will be seated with any other patrons.  Each station is 8 feet from any other station and is provided with a large patio space heater for comfort on chilly nights.   Masks will be required for all attendees and staff. Patrons may also request one of 8 stage viewable parking spots which allow them to remain in their cars or sit outside their cars and ‘tailgate’ All patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance for a “contact-free” experience while you’re at the show. Seating is limited. FHT’s outdoor stage is provided by and sponsored by Kern Entertainment.  

 All performances are at Fountain Hills Outdoor Theater 11445 N. Saguaro Blvd. (The Corner of Saguaro and Rand). Tickets are available through the Theater Box Office at (480) 837-9661 x3 or at https://www.fhtaz.org.  Box Office Hours are 12:00PM-5:00 PM Tuesday through Saturdays. For additional information not contained in this press release, please call Fountain Hills Theater (480) 837-9661.

Jan 22 – Feb. 7, 2021
Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 2:00 pm

Reservations:(480) 837-9661x3 or https://www.fhtaz.org

Adult Tickets $35, Children 17 and under $18. Group rates available.

Copperstate Productions and Fountain Hills Theater are committed to the safety of their patrons, staff, and performers. They will be closely following CDC safety recommendations, as well as local guidelines, due to COVID-19. Hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout the facility, and the wearing of face masks inside the facilities, for staff and patrons, is currently mandated by Maricopa County. Please check the website for evolving guidelines as the season progresses. 

Brelby Theatre Company releases their very first web series, 12 DAYS


from our friends at Brelby Theatre Company:

Brelby's new film branch, Brelby Productions, has been steadily releasing sketch comedy shorts, an original monologue series, and even several episodes of Brelby artists reading bedtime stories for our tiniest fans. Perhaps what we're most proud of, is producing our very first web series, 12 Days.

12 Days is available for viewing online in two locations:

1) Become a subscriber for access to all of our current and upcoming content at patreon.com/brelby
2) To rent our web series on demand visit: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/brelby12days

We're looking forward to releasing more filmed content in 2021, and continuing to work towards a time when performing in person together is safe once again.


photos - JANE EYRE, THE MUSICAL - MCC PAC Musical Productions

 CLICK HERE for more information on this production, which streams January 14-17







photos by Melody Stuart

Monday, January 11, 2021

ASU Grads Kait Russell and Kade Bailey have launched the "WE'RE STILL HERE" podcast as a way to connect local, regional and Broadway theatre artists while also providing hope for the future

 
by Gil Benbrook

ASU School of Music and Theatre graduates Kait Russell and Kade Bailey are close friends who have appeared in numerous shows, both together and alone, at ASU and at theates in the Valley. But when they were in New York City last March they found themselves at a crossroads. As Broadway was literally closing down around them when the COVID pandemic broke out they realized that meant their Senior Showcase in NYC was cut short as well. 

They found themselves in Times Square practically alone at 3am early the morning after Broadway shut down and didn't know what this would mean for their future as well as the futures of all of the other Broadway actors, dancers, musicians and backstage staff.  However, instead of feeling despondent, they  took that experience to create a podcast entitled "We’re Still Here" that they also co-host. 

"We're Still Here" is meant to connect artists from local & regional theatre communities along with Broadway, TV/Film and everything in between during this time where artists have been sort of left behind as most other businesses have found a way to safely reopen.

When asked about their podcast, they added, "We want this to be a source of hope and inspiration for artists of all kinds, since in a way COVID has been a great equalizer. We’ve all been left to fend for ourselves - we want to connect with artists and remind them that they’re not alone and that we’re still here, together, staying strong while we make it work until we get back on the stage."

Kait and Kade have already recorded interviews with several Broadway performers, including Tony winner Karen Olivo (Moulin Rouge, In The Heights, West Side Story) Zachary James (The Addams Family, South Pacific) Brittney Mack (SIX), and Becca Ayers (My Fair Lady, Les Misérables).

Their first podcast premiered on New Year's Day and their second one featuring Karen Olivio premiered last Friday with new episodes planned to be released every Friday at 8PM EST.




Act One Youth Theatre announces auditions for THE INTERNET IS DISTRACT - OH LOOK A KITTEN! for February 5


The Internet is Distract--OH LOOK A KITTEN!

by Ian McWethy

Micah only has twenty minutes to finish a class paper on The Great Gatsby only a few facts need to be checked on the Internet first. Unfortunately, the web is a nefariously wacky place where boxing cats, Facebook lurkers, and baby goat's head butting threaten to take over Micah's schoolwork, or worse. Will the paper be finished in time to allow escape before the school bell rings? A high-octane comedy that explores the rabbit hole of distraction we all go down every time we go online.

Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.

Auditions February 8, 5:30-7:30 open for ages 5-18

Rehearsals start Feb 16 on Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30-7:30

Tech days and filming: March 25, 30, April 1

Virtual Performance Air Date: April 9th, 2021 at 7:00pm

Click here to sign up for an audition time: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0844aeaf22a7ff2-auditions6

Theatre Artists Studio presents a reading of ORB OF NIGHT this Monday, January 11


 Join Theatre Artists Studio on Monday, Jan 11th @ 7:00pm for another FIRST LOOK! 

This week they will be reading ORB OF NIGHT, by Tim Ashby.

"A full moon lights something in the past as sleepless as Frank and Evelyn, the soft trickle of their fountain like a leak in time."

With an All Star Cast:
Evelyn: Maureen Watson
Frank: Tom Koelbel
Leanna: Larah Pawlowski
Tommy: Quinn Johnson
Cindy: Lizzy McGroder
Narrator: Linda Warren
Director: Annie Vogel


Saturday, January 9, 2021

Video Auditions for THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES at Desert Stages Theatre are due by January 15



 
DESERT STAGES AUDITION NOTICE!

THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES
Directed and Choreographed by Molly Lajoie

***Initial auditions will be by video. Callbacks on January 19 will be in person with a valid COVID TEST.***

Initial Audition

Video submissions due 1/15 by 6pm

Teens/Adults are welcome to audition

Synopsis

This smash Off-Broadway hit takes you to the 1958 Springfield High School prom, where we meet Betty Jean, Cindy Lou, Missy, and Suzy: four girls with hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts! Featuring over 30 classic ’50s and ’60s hits, The Marvelous Wonderettes will keep you smiling in this must-take musical trip down memory lane!

For more audition information and REQUIRED COVID-19 PROTOCOLS for participating actors, please visit:


Please contact auditions@desertstages.org with any questions or concerns.  

Friday, January 8, 2021

INTO THE WOODS - Actor's Youth Theatre - January 28-February 13, 2021



This story follows a Baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King’s Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a witches curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone’s wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later with a disastrous result. 

Show Dates: January 28th-February 13th 
Thursday Friday : 7:00pm 
Saturday : 2:00pm Matinee 7:00 Evening 


GLASS SLIPPER CAST

NARRATOR: ZACH BURGESS
CINDERELLA: BONNIE WANSTREET
JACK: CHARLIE HALL
JACK'S MOTHER: HAILEY HALTERMAN
BAKER: CARTER NEEF
BAKER'S WIFE: RACHEL NATHAN
CINDERELLA'S STEPMOTHER                 : ALLISON AVERY
FLORINDA: ZOE BAUERLE
LUCINDA: KATIE MULLEN
CINDERELLAS FATHER: AARON CLARK
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD: DEVORAH JOYCE
WITCH: ERIN GARNER
CINDERELLAS MOTHER: RACHEL HAUGAN
MYSTERIOUS MAN.   : ZACH BURGESS
WOLF: CARTER GIANETTI
GRANNY: RACHEL HAUGAN
RAPUNZEL: SAVANNAH SWIATKOWSKI 
RAPUNZELS PRINCE: LIAM DELGADO
CINDERELLAS PRINCE: JAKE ASHTON
STEWARD: DRAYTON LANTZ
GIANT: NOELLE PARENT
SNOW WHITE: KELLY GARNER
SLEEPING BEAUTY: ALEX MARIN


RED CAPE CAST

NARRATOR: JAKE ASHTON
CINDERELLA: OLIVIA DOSTAL
JACK: CHARLIE HALL
JACK'S MOTHER: MARGUERITE DURMA
BAKER: CARTER NEEF
BAKER'S WIFE: RACHEL NATHAN
CINDERELLA'S STEPMOTHER: NOELLE PARENT
FLORINDA: KELLY GARNER
LUCINDA: ALEX MARIN
CINDERELLAS FATHER: DRAYTON LANTZ
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD: KATIE WRIGHT
WITCH: NADIA JOCSON
CINDERELLAS MOTHER: RACHEL HAUGAN
MYSTERIOUS MAN.   : LIAM DELGADO
WOLF: CARTER GIANETTI
GRANNY: NATALIE SMITH
RAPUNZEL: LILY NELSON
RAPUNZELS PRINCE: ZACH BURGESS
CINDERELLAS PRINCE: BENNETT SMITH
STEWARD: AARON CLARK
GIANT: NOELLE PARENT
SNOW WHITE: ZOE BAUERLE
SLEEPING BEAUTY: KATIE MULLEN

JANE EYRE, THE MUSICAL - Mesa Community College Musical Productions - January 14-17, 2021


Mesa Community College Musical Productions presents Jane Eyre.

Charlotte Brontë's great love story comes to life with music to lift your heart and set your spirit soaring. This beloved tale of secrets and the lies that secrets create, of unimaginable hope and unspoken passion, reminds us what it is to fall deeply, truly and completely in love. Nominated for five Tony Awards, Jane Eyre explores religion, sexuality and protofeminism, all while enchanting audiences with a timeless love story.

This show will be streamed through Showtix4u.com. 

Indiviudal Viewing - $13.00

Group Viewing - $19.00

Event Short Link

Thursday, January 14, 2021 - 7:00pm

Friday, January 15, 2021 - 7:00pm

Saturday, January 16, 2021 - 7:00pm

Sunday, January 17, 2021 2:00pm


THE WOLVES - Scottsdale Community Players at Greasepaint Youth Theatre - January 7-9, 2021



The Wolves is a 2016 play by Sarah DeLappe. It premiered Off-Broadway at The Duke at 42nd Street in September 2016 and centers on the experiences of high school girls through their weekly Saturday morning pre-game soccer warmups. The play was a finalist for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

January, 7, 8 & 9 - 7PM

CAST :
Liv Boscardin #2
Sophia Drapeau #46
Tatum Grell #0
Bebe Katsenes #11
Sophia Penn #13
Taylor Penn #25
Emma Sucato #14
Greer Tornquist. #7
Allison     Watson #8
Maureen Watson.     Soccer Mom

Thursday, January 7, 2021

Auditions for URINETOWN at MCC PAC have been announced for January 13 & 14


Auditions 1/13/21 and 1/14/21 4:00 - 7:00 PM via ZOOM

Callbacks 1/15/21 via ZOOM

Rehearsals begin 1/20/21

Filming of technical rehearsals and production will take place March 26 – April 6, 2021.

CLICK HERE for the Link for the audition form

CLICK HERE to signup for an audition time

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Spotlight Youth Theatre seeks a transgender female actor for their upcoming production that covers Transgender Bathroom Issues


Spotlight Youth Theatre is looking for a transgender female actor (preferably youth but, not necessarily) to be a part in our production of "Whatever, Just Wash Your Hands: A Potty Party". 

The show takes place in a gender neutral bathroom at a community theatre and is full of silly and fun bathroom humor but, the core of the story is transgender bathroom rights issues. It's about the challenges and rewards of celebrating our differences. 

For more info please email Kenny at kenny@sytaz.org or text at 623-521-8093.

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Brock Pro Entertainment offers Virtual Perfomance Classes for Youth Performers (ages 13-20)



Get Moving and Get Learning!

Attention performers ages 13-20: Join award winning directors Mark and Lynzee 4Man as they take you through the ins and out of live performance.

These tuition-based classes will meet virtually every Monday evening starting on February 1st with a POTENTIAL in person meeting once a month as things start to open up safely ( CDC guidelines in place)

We will focus on putting together complicated harmonies, advanced choreography as well as storytelling through song. 

There will be opportunities for Virtual cabaret performances, Master Classes each month with performers from Broadway, cruise lines, local legends, and more, as well as a culmination at the end of the semester with a showcase concert. ( Virtual or in person depending on COVID-19)

Audition information is below:
Please submit 16 to 32 bars of an up-tempo and a ballad of your choice, dance callbacks will be by invitation only and will also be held virtually, more information to follow.
Vocal submissions MUST be received by 1/15/21.

For more information, please email any questions, comments or concerns to Lynzee@BrockPro.org!

Sign up for Auditions by emailing Lynzee@BrockPro.org!

Monday, January 4, 2021

WEEK AT A GLANCE: January 4-January 10, 2021

 Click on any show title to get more information on that production



OPENING:


I'LL EAT YOU LAST, A CHAT WITH SUE MENGERS 

CLOSING:

N/A


CONCERTS / LIMITED RUNS:



STILL PLAYING:





I'LL EAT YOU LAST, A CHAT WITH SUE MENGERS - Stage Left Productions - January 6-24, 2021


A Comedy by John Logan

January 6-24 2021

Starring Tracy Burns
Directed by Cody Dull

For more than 20 years, Sue Mengers’ clients were the biggest names in show business: Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway, Burt Reynolds, Ali MacGraw, Gene Hackman, Cher, Candice Bergen, Ryan O’Neal, Nick Nolte, Mike Nichols, Gore Vidal, Bob Fosse…If her clients were the talk of the town, she was the town, and her dinner parties were the envy of Hollywood. Now, you’re invited into her glamorous Beverly Hills home for an evening of dish, dirty secrets and all the inside showbiz details only Sue can tell you.

This show is for mature audiences only.

This show contains Adult Language and Content 

Running Time: 1 Hour 15 Minutes 

Tickets are $28.00 Reserved Seating

Performances
Wednesday January 6   7:00pm
Thursday January 7   7:00pm
Friday January 8    7:00pm
Saturday January 9   7:00pm
Sunday January 10  2:00pm
Wednesday January 13  7:00pm
Thursday January 14   7:00pm
Friday January 15  7:00pm
Saturday January 16  7:00pm
Sunday January 17  2:00pm
Wednesday January 20  7:00pm
Thursday January 21  7:00pm
Friday January 22  7:00pm
Saturday January 23  7:00pm
Sunday January 24  2:00pm

WHATEVER, JUST WASH YOUR HANDS (A POTTY PARTY) - Spotlight Youth Theatre - Feburary 5-7, 2021



Written & Directed by Kenny Grossman

Dates / Show Times:
Feb. 5-7, 2021 both live and online:
Friday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 7 at 2 p.m.

Summary:
Our story takes place at a theatre in a “Gender Inclusive Restroom.” Six stalls, a stressed out Stage Manager, a wacky director, a load of actors wanting to unload, and a bunch of unstable techies bring theatrical meaning to the term “bathroom humor”. As history has shown, anything and everything can happen behind closed doors.

Whatever, Just Wash Your Hands (A Potty Party) is a silly comedy with a lot of bathroom humor including farting and pooping. There are a few curse words. Most importantly the show focuses on real life gender issues that need to be talked about openly and honestly. This show celebrates our differences which unfortunately, may not be okay with everybody.

ORSON WELLES - Don Bluth Front Row Theatre - January 28-March 6, 2021


By Michael B. Druxman
Directed by Lee Cooley
Starring Keath Hall

Some called Orson Welles a ‘boy genius’. He did create a panic with WAR OF THE WORLDS and arguably the best film ever made, CITIZEN KANE. But then came the fall of a 'great man' from grace.The Don Bluth Front Row Theatre is happy to open its new theater in a New Year with a one-person play about the life and times, loves and declines of ORSON WELLES. We hope you will join us for this intimate, yet socially-distanced, production. Spoiler alert: You will find out the true meaning of "Rosebud" and it's definitely not what you thought!

Single Tickets
General $28
Seniors $25
Students $25
Military $25

Group Discount Tickets
Group (6+ tickets) $23
Group Discount Tickets are available for 6 or more tickets purchased to the same performance of one show. 


Thu, Jan 28th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Fri, Jan 29th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Sat, Jan 30th, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Sat, Jan 30th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Thu, Feb 4th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Fri, Feb 5th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Sat, Feb 6th, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Sat, Feb 6th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Thu, Feb 11th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Fri, Feb 12th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Sat, Feb 13th, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Sat, Feb 13th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Thu, Feb 18th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Fri, Feb 19th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Sat, Feb 20th, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Sat, Feb 20th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Thu, Feb 25th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Fri, Feb 26th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Sat, Feb 27th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Thu, Mar 4th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Fri, Mar 5th, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Sat, Mar 6th, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Sat, Mar 6th, 2021 at 7:00 pm

Saturday, January 2, 2021

Scottsdale Community Players offers streaming option for their production of THE TOMKAT PROJECT through January 15



Hailed “genius” by Chicago Tribune, The Tomkat Project is a critically-acclaimed satire that transcends the tabloids to discover the truth behind the marriage of Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes and The Church of Scientology. Based on actual interviews, (and completely imagined scenes), seven actors portray over 50 characters including Oprah Winfrey, David Miscavige, Scarlet Johansson, Steven Spielberg, Nicole Kidman and Suri in this thoroughly entertaining comedic juggernaut. 

Featuring Alums: Kale Burr, Johnna Watson, Thomas Steward, Sophia Drapeau, Emma Sucato, Jack Walton, Kyler Tunnell & Savannah Thompson

Streaming tickets available through January 15th - your ticket will give you a 48 hour window to view the production

REMINDER: THIS IS AN SCP PRODUCTION AND IS NOT MEANT FOR CHILDREN.  STRONG LANGUAGE AND ADULT SITUATIONS.
PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED.