Thursday, October 31, 2019

Don Bluth Front Row Theatre's 2020 Season!

Pass My Imperfections Lightly By 
by Vaughn McBride.

January 9-February 15, 2020

Mary Todd Lincoln is an enigma to most people. All that is remembered of the woman is that she was a shrew and eventually was committed to an insane asylum. But that definition is much too simple. There were other sides to this complex  personality.   She was an emancipated woman long before her husband began the emancipation of another minority.

The Curious Savage 
by John Patrick

March 12-April 25, 2020

The Curious Savage is a comedic play about Ethel P. Savage, an elderly woman whose husband recently died and left her approximately ten million dollars. Contrasting the kindness and loyalty of psychiatric patients with the avarice and vanity of "respectable" public figures, it calls into question conventional definitions of sanity while lampooning celebrity culture.

by Anthony Shaffer

May 14-June 27, 2020

The ultimate game of cat-and-mouse is played out in a cozy English country house owned by celebrated mystery writer, Andrew Wyke.  Invited guest Milo Tindle, a young rival who shares not only Wyke's love of the game but also his wife, has come to lay claim. Revenge is devised and murders plotted as the two plan the ultimate whodunnit.

Drinking Habits
by Tom Smith

August 13 – September 26, 2020

Accusations, mistaken identities, and romances run wild in this traditional, laugh-out-loud farce. Two nuns at the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing have been secretly making wine to keep the convent's doors open, but Paul and Sally, reporters and former fiancées, are hot on their trail.

Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe

October 22 – November 21, 2020

An idealistic young King Arthur hopes to create a kingdom built on honor and dignity, embodied by his Knights of The Round Table. His Ideals, however, are tested when his lovely queen, Guinevere, falls in love with the young Knight, Lancelot, and the fate of the kingdom hangs in the balance.

It’s A Wonderful Life 

Adapted for the stage by James W. Rodgers
Based on the film by Frank Capra and the story by Peter Van Doren Stern

November 30-December 30, 2020
George Bailey comes from the small town of Bedford Falls. His dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty. George’s guardian angel descends on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to show him what the world would have been like had he never been born.

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photos - MAMMA MIA! - MCC PAC Musical Productions

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photos by Nick Woodward-Shaw

review - ANASTASIA - National Tour: ASU Gammage

Jake Levy and Lila Coogan
Photo by Evan Zimmerman
highlights from local critics reviews - (click link at bottom of each review to read complete review)

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"The musical Anastasia, which is based on the 1997 animated film of the same name, has a plot that centers on the factual tragedy of a family that was murdered during the Russian Revolution in 1918. While that might seem heavy material for an animated family film or a big budget musical comedy, the plot has an intriguing and hopeful story at its center about how a young woman's journey to the past helps her discover her own future, and the rich score for the musical incorporates the well-known songs from the film. Anastasia ran for almost two years on Broadway and the national tour, which has come to Tempe for a week long run, is a visual feast for the eyes with a talented cast who derive moving portrayals....inspired by the mysterious legend and rumors of whether the young Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia was actually executed, along with her family, or if she somehow miraculously survived....The musical's book by Terrence McNally wisely jettisons the mystical elements of the animated film, including the movie villain Rasputin, which helps ground the plot in realism. The writers of the film soundtrack, Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) and Stephen Flaherty (music), fleshed out the half dozen movie songs carried over to the stage musical with an abundance of new character specific ballads, love songs, and comical tunes. ...However, several of the new songs are forgettable and don't move the plot forward... several far-fetched and contrived story elements and the plot starts to bog down under the weight of the extraneous material that often gets in the way of Anya's story....Fortunately, director Darko Tresnjak beautifully incorporates the creative aspects of his stellar design team to deliver rich visual imagery throughout and to keep the pace of the piece brisk. Aaron Rhyne's lifelike, three-dimensional projections provide stunning backdrops and swift cinematic transitions between scenes...Lila Coogan... is superb as Anya...While Anastasia may have a few too many musical numbers that are forgettable and comic scenes that slow the action down, with a talented cast and visually stunning creative aspects, it results in a crowd-pleasing musical that combines fairy tale with fact."  -Gil Benbrook, Talkin' Broadway (click here to read the complete review)

cast announcement - BAREFOOT IN THE PARK - Hale Centre Theatre

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Corie Bratter: Christine Conger
Paul Bratter: David Michael
Mrs. Ethyl Banks: Dyana Carroll
Victor Velasco: Justin Howell
Telephone Man: Will Hightower
Delivery Man: Malcolm Hooper

audition notice - DISNEY'S NEWSIES - Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre - November 23

Extra, extra! Read all about it! Newsies is coming to DST!

Set in turn-of-the century New York City, Newsies is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a band of teenaged “newsies.” When titans of publishing raise distribution prices at the newsboys’ expense, Jack rallies "newsies" from across the city to strike against the unfair conditions and fight for what’s right!

Directed by Lisa Barton Figueroa
Musical Direction by Mark 4man
Choreography by Lynzee 4man

Auditions for ages 13-19

Saturday, November 23rd from
10 am to 2 pm

Monday, November 11
10:00 am - 1:00 pm.

Actors should prepare 32 bars of music to sing; accompanist provided
Please also bring a headshot, resume and completed registration form


JACK KELLY, Tenor, Male, to play 17 years old:
The charismatic leader of the Manhattan newsies. Jack is an orphaned dreamer and artist who yearns to escape the crowded streets of New York City in favor of a better life out West. Fiercely protective of his best friend, Crutchie, and extremely loyal, Jack isn’t afraid to use his voice to attain better conditions for the working kids of New York City. Though living on the streets has given him a tough-guy exterior, Jack has a big heart and can demonstrate a heartfelt vulnerability – especially when it comes to bantering with a certain female reporter. Must have a great pop tenor voice and sense of physicality.

CRUTCHIE, Tenor, Male, to play 14-16:
Named because of his bum leg, Crutchie is the heart of the resistance, due to his goofy-sweet sense of humor and optimistic outlook on life. He doesn’t let his disability define him, although it does help him sell more papers. He is a best friend and younger brother figure to Jack. He should have a youthful, sunny sweetness that makes the audience immediately fall in love with him.

KATHERINE PLUMBER, Pop Soprano with strong mix-belt, Female, to play 18-19 years old:
An ambitious young reporter who works hard to make a name for herself as a legitimate journalist in a time when working women aren’t taken seriously. Quick, funny, and resourceful, she boldly captures the voice of the younger generation as she covers the newsies’ strike. She has no time for cocky, entitled men, but eventually finds a soft spot for Jack. She should have a great pop belt with great diction, as her solo involves quick pattering lyrics.

DAVEY, Tenor, Male, to play 15-18:
The straight-laced, thoughtful older brother to Les. Starts selling newspapers to help his family earn a living but becomes swept up in the fight for young workers’ rights. A leader (though in a different way than Jack), Davey uses his words and his brains to organize the resistance.

LES, Unchanged voice (Boy soprano), Male, to play 10 years old:
Davey’s cheeky, smart-alecky little brother is amazed and inspired by the newsie lifestyle. He is precocious, charming, funny; a natural salesman. His energy and fervor should match all the newsies, despite him being so young.

MEDDA LARKIN, Soprano/Mezzo with strong mix/belt, Female, to play 25-35:
The big-voiced saloon singer and star of the Bowery, Medda offers her theatre as a safe haven for the newsies. She should be a great entertainer with cheeky, comedic delivery. She’s a welcoming supporter of Jack’s dream and the newsies’ revolution.

JOSEPH PULITZER, Baritenor, Male, to play 50-55:
A pompous businessman, Pulitzer is the owner of the World (the “World” newspaper) and is only concerned with the bottom line and making a profit. He relishes in his wealth and loves to be in control. He doesn’t sympathize with the strikers and is the main antagonist to Jack. It is revealed later on that he is Katherine’s father.

NEWSIE ENSEMBLE, All Voice Types, Males & Females, to play 14-18 years old:
The hard-working, streetwise kids who sell newspapers on the streets of New York and go on strike for a livable wage. The newsies should be athletic & energetic dancers, with great voices and individual characters. Some of the featured newsies include ALBERT, BUTTONS, ELMER, FINCH, HENRY, IKE, JOJO, MIKE, MUSH, RACE, ROMEO, SPECS, SPLASHER, TOMMY BOY, & SPOT CONLON. Some of the Newsie Ensemble may also double as THE DELANCEY BROTHERS and BILL & DARCY HEARST.

ADULT ENSEMBLE, All Voice Types, Males & Females, to play 25-60:
The adult ensemble should have great voices and physicality, but intense dance skills are not required. They will play a range of characters, which may be doubled, including:
THE BOWERY BEAUTIES (Females): Medda’s back-up dancers.
NUNS (Females): Charitable nuns who feed the newsies breakfast.
WIESEL (Male): The kids call him “Weasel”; he works for Pulitzer by distributing newspapers to the kids.
SEITZ (Male): An editor who advises Pulitzer, he ultimately admires the newsies’ efforts.
BUNSEN (Male): Pulitzer’s finance man, who comes up with the idea to raise prices and keep wages the same.
HANNAH (Female): Pulitzer’s practical and insightful secretary. Should have great comedic timing.
NUNZIO (Male): Pulitzer’s barber.
GUARD (Male): Kicks the newsies out of Pulitzer’s building.
SNYDER (Male): The sinister, cruel warden of the Refuge (a filthy, decrepit orphanage); wants to catch kids in order to earn a larger paycheck.
STAGE MANAGER (Any gender): Introduces Medda’s act.
PHOTOGRAPHER (Any gender): Takes photo of newsies at the end of “Seize the Day,” which makes the front page.
WOMAN (Female): A newspaper customer.
MR. JACOBI (Male): Lets the newsies plan their rebellion in his restaurant when he has no customers.
MAYOR (Male): The Mayor of New York City who refuses to shut down the newsies’ rebellion.
GOVERNOR TEDDY ROOSEVELT (Male): The Governor of New York who inspires Jack to stand up to Pulitzer.
POLICEMEN (Male): Assist Snyder and get into a fight with the Newsies at the end of Act One.

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FARCE OF HABIT - Trilogy Players - November 13-16, 2019

by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten

Comic fireworks explode in Farce of Habit, an absurdly funny Southern-fried romp that takes us back to the Reel Em Inn, the finest little fishing lodge in the Ozarks. The proprietor, D. Gene Wilburn, is looking forward to a peaceful weekend on the lake. But there are only two chances of that happening: slim and none.

Why, for example, has his wife, Wanelle, picked these three days to white-knuckle her way through caffeine withdrawal? Why is his son Ty's marriage to Jenna falling apart so fast? Could it have something to do with the French can-can costume Ty is wearing? How in the world did D. Genes feisty sister, Maxie, allow herself to get caught up in such a bizarre undercover police assignment? And that's just his family. If this isn't enough to thwart D. Genes weekend plans, hes got a gaggle of nuns who've converged on the Inn, along with a nationally known and extremely self-centered relationship guru who is trying to escape his crazy ex-wife; and last but not least is the shy retiree who is looking for a little excitement for once in his life. Throw in the storm of the century that's fast bearing down on Mayhew, Arkansas, and D..Gene has no prayer of baiting a hook any time soon. Oh, and did we mention there's an axe murderer on the loose?

Wed, Nov 13th, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Thu, Nov 14th, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Fri, Nov 15th, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Sat, Nov 16th, 2019 at 6:30 pm

Season Tickets are available now and are $40 (one seat to both of our 2019 / 2020 shows).  Click here to purchase.

Single-show tickets on sale now and are $24/seat. Click here to purchase single tickets

All performances will be at Liberty High School's Performing Arts Center (very close to here at Deer Valley and Lake Pleasant).

9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL - Trilogy Players - March 18-21, 2020

Music and lyrics by Dolly Parton
Book by Patricia Resnick
Based on the Twentieth Century Fox film

​NOTHING gets the comic juices flowing like a workplace revenge fantasy.

​In 9 to 5: The Musical, an eager-to-please adaptation of the fizzy 1980 pop-feminist film, three female employees, tired of banging their heads against a low-hanging glass ceiling, team up against the sort of sexist boss who deserves to run into Gloria Steinem, Germaine Greer and Billie Jean King in a dark alley.

Pushed to the boiling point, three female coworkers concoct a plan to get even with the sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot they call their boss. In a hilarious turn of events, Violet, Judy and Doralee live out their wildest fantasy – giving their boss the boot! While Hart remains "otherwise engaged," the women give their workplace a dream makeover, taking control of the company that had always kept them down. Hey, a girl can scheme, can't she?

Wed, Mar 18th, 2020 at 6:30 pm
Thu, Mar 19th, 2020 at 6:30 pm
Fri, Mar 20th, 2020 at 6:30 pm
Sat, Mar 21st, 2020 at 6:30 pm

Season Tickets are available now and are $40 (one seat to both of our 2019 / 2020 shows).  Click here to purchase.

Single-show tickets on sale now and are $24/seat. Click here to purchase single tickets

All performances will be at Liberty High School's Performing Arts Center (very close to here at Deer Valley and Lake Pleasant).

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

audition notice - MURDER ON THE NILE - Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre - November 17

Directed Mark-Alan C. Clemente

Kay Ridgeway has led a charmed life. Blessed with beauty, enormous wealth, and a new husband, she embarks on a honeymoon voyage down the Nile. Fatal circumstances await when the idyllic surroundings are shattered by a shocking and brutal murder. Under scrutiny is a multitude of memorable passengers, all with a reason to kill. The tension and claustrophobia builds, as a shocking and audacious conspiracy is laid bare.

Ages: Adults 18 and older

November 17th at 6pm (check in begins at 5pm)
Callbacks Nov 18th TBD

Cold reads from the script

Completed registration form at
Headshot or current photo

Show Dates & Times:
January 10 – February 23, 2020
Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm, Sunday at 2:00pm

Rehearsals are set to begin mid November.

Breakdown of Roles:
Please note: All roles are open and DST supports and encourages diversity in all casting, including age range. This is truly an ensemble cast and strong acting and accents are required for each role.

Kay Ridgeway Mostyn (20s - 30s) A charismatic, rich and spoiled young socialite who leaves all in her path breathless with admiration or disgust. British. Major role.

Simon Mostyn (20s - 30s) Kay's new husband; good looking, good-tempered with a simple hearty
manner, from humble beginnings, determined not to use Kay for her money. British. Major role.

Canon Pennefather (50s-60s) A large imposing clergyman, a self-described “worldly order of the clergy who enjoys the good things in life;” Kay's guardian whom she calls Uncle Ambrose – the sleuth and pivotal detective of the play. British. Major role.

Jacqueline de Severac (20s - 30s) Simon's ex-fiancé and Kay's best friend; raging with jealousy over
Simon and Kay's marriage. Emotional and mercurial, if somewhat fragile. British. Major role.

William Smith (30s-early 40s) An irreverent man who has devoted himself to the causes of the “working man” yet with a sparkle in the eye. A bit dirty and careless about his dress. His voice and dry wit contradict his appearance. British. Large supporting role.

Ms. Christina Grant (20s - 30s) Nice sensible girl with an amazingly equable temper. Great-niece of Ms. ffoliot-ffoulkes, grateful for the adventure on her aunt’s dime. Scottish. Large supporting role.

Ms. Helen ffoliot-ffoulkes (60s) Unpleasant aging socialite; rude, snobbish and gruff. A believer in the upper and lower classes and that the twain should NEVER meet. Veddy British. Large supporting role.

Dr. Ludwig Bessner (40s-50s) Bespectacled medical doctor with a marked foreign accent from a small country in Europe; hates Kay's father and blames him for the financial ruin of his country and his family. Think German for the accent. Large supporting role.

Louise (20s-30s) Kay's flirtatious and devious French maid. Speaks fluent French and English with a
French accent. Supporting role.

Steward (Any) Egyptian steward of the paddle steamer Lotus; sly and humorous character with the
opportunity to go beyond what appears on the page, speaks with a strong middle-eastern accent and
can speak more clearly when he wants to. Also requires speaking some Arabic. Scripted as Nubian. Ideal role for non-Caucasian actors, although all actors will be considered. Supporting role.

Beadseller 1 / Assistant Steward / Egyptian Policeman (Any) A great chance for three cameos in one.
Middle Eastern accent. All 3 roles will require speaking in Arabic.

Beadseller 2 / Ship’s Manager (Any) 2 very good cameo roles. Middle Eastern accent. Both roles will
require speaking in Arabic.

FLY BY NIGHT - ASU Music Theatre and Opera - November 1-3, 2019

"Fly By Night" takes a metaphysical journey between 1964 and 1965 with New York as the canvas.

Mr. McClam and his son, Harold, are mourning the loss of Cecily Smith, their wife and mother. At the same time, Miriam and Daphne are staring at the stars in Hill City, South Dakota before beginning their long trip to New York City. As if guided by the stars, Harold and Daphne meet and fall in love quickly. However, there is something about Miriam that intrigues Harold. As Daphne pursues her dreams of being a Broadway star, Miriam and Harold grow closer and discover that love strikes like lightning — at the most inconvenient of times. Contains mild adult themes. Parental discretion advised.

Conceived by Kim Rosenstock; written by Will Connolly, Michael Mitnick and Kim Rosenstock; stage direction and choreography by Vaibu Mohan; music direction by Greg Paladino.

"Fly By Night" is presented through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., a Concord Theatricals Company.

Friday, Saturday at 7:30
Sunday at 2:00

Narrator- Hannah Brudnock
Harold- Preston Chalmers
Miriam- Jonice Bernard
Daphne- Frenki Hykollari
Mr. McClam- Thomas Hastings
Crabble- Isabel Julazedah

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cast announcement - THE SOUND OF MUSIC - The Phoenix Theatre Company

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Maria Rainer: Trisha Ditsworth*
Captain Georg von Trapp: Mark Epperson*
The Mother Abbess: Joy Lynn Jacobs*
Sister Berthe: Kathleen Richards
Sister Margaretta: Nellie Shuford
Sister Sophia: Anne-Lise Koyabe
Sister Rafaela/Ensemble: Heather Fallon*
Liesl: Elyssa Blonder*
Frederich: Morgan James
Frederich: Johnathan Kary
Louisa: Emily Grace Anton
Louisa: Mia McFarland
Kurt: Henry Hunsaker
Kurt: Lynden Jarman
Brigitta: Petra Danek
Brigitta: Kaylee Forth
Marta: Taya Burman
Marta: Cameron Richards
Gretl: Grace Kary
Gretl: Isabella Leybovich
Rolf: Ryan Ardelt
Elsa Schraeder: Julia Haase*
Max Detweiler: Rusty Ferracane*
Franz/Leiutenant: Tony Blosser
Ursula/Ensemble: Abigail Krawczynska
Frau Schmidt/Ensemble: Lauren Berman
Her Zeller: Hal Adams
Ensemble: Sarah Ambrose*
Ensemble: Erin Kong
Ensemble: Kelley Roberts
Ensemble: Kathlynn Rodin
Ensemble: Gigi Sierra
Baron Elberfeld/Ensemble: Julian Mendoza
Ensemble: Kade Bailey
Ensemble: Wesley Bradstreet
Ensemble: Lucas Coatney
Ensemble: Andrew Stachurski

*Courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the U.S.


the cast of the Burn
photo by Reg Madison Photography
by Carolyn Thomas

Cyber-bullying has been a hot topic for many years now, and despite any expectations surrounding the idea of a play on the topic, The Burn isn't just a creative public service announcement. It's a story first and foremost, a smart story and one based on true events, at that. It asks the question, "How far is too far?" BLK BOX PHX delivers a thought-provoking, hard hitting win with The Burn, with relevance that stretches far beyond teens and cell phones.

Written by Phillip Dawkins about an encounter he had as a teacher with one of his students, The Burn weaves together a modern tale of warning in tandem with the well-known classic. As Dawkins put it, "The Burn is a remix of The Crucible," and remix does seem the proper term. Erik's drama class is preparing to mount The Crucible and the script is littered with direct lines and references that mirror the class's own struggles. Religious to the extreme, Mercedes is new to the school, and to top it off, she doesn't fit in at all, which bodes poorly when she's in class with her very own set of 'mean girls', Tara, Andi, and Shauna. BLK BOX's production marks The Burn's Arizona premiere, but I have a feeling it will grace many more stages in the days to come.

Admittedly, finding out that most of the 'mean girl' characters were also marginalized in some way, I braced myself, worried that the characters would be explained by saying that being marginalized is now the 'cool' thing, but to my pleasant surprise this was not the case. Each character is fleshed out in a way that rings true in their own identities and to anyone in the audience, regardless of their own backgrounds. Dawkins gives us people, not caricatures. The clique members' social standing may give them privilege, but The Burn weaves us through the complexities of privilege, assumptions, and superiority in many different forms. A resounding theme is also that of theatre as a church of sorts, which will resound with many theater-goers. My only complaint for the script is a lack of resolution for Tara, Shauna, and Andi.

Mary Townsend positively soars in her role as Shauna, the more relatable girl in the clique. She  brings out the vulnerability in Shauna that makes her feel truly human, even in her mean moments. Townsend has one of the clear standout performances of the play, followed by J.C. Lawler as Erik. Lawler plays the empathetic but struggling high school teacher with sensitivity and earnestness necessary for the role. His performance is engaging and funny, a perfect complement to his cast mates. Megan Holcomb plays lesbian jock Andi with a great comic sense, she's at her best when she's doing physical comedy. Holcomb connects in more than just the comic moments, though. Bethany Baca as Mercedes is absolutely believable as the Bible-thumping new girl, though she's most impactful and successful when she's quoting The Crucible. Mia Johnson is smooth and sure as Tara, giving her the fierce conviction and self-assured swagger Tara demands as a character.

Director Elaine 'E.E.' Moe makes stunning use of the space in the Judith Hardes theater, using every inch of the spaces available to tell us parts of the story that aren't written in the script, little moments between characters who would typically be offstage. Little details really bring everything to life, and the play is largely cohesive. Her decision not to use any actual cell phones or technology in the hands of the actors is a commendable choice, and truly elevates the production. It takes the focus off of the devices and keeps it rightly on the characters and their choices.

Costumes by Sara Lindsey are perfectly evocative; the audience can tell exactly what they can expect from each character at the very first glance. Christy Lindsay's hair and makeup designs perfectly complement Sara Lindsey's costuming, and together they create the perfect looks. Scenic design by Tiana Torrilhon plays with space and shapes in ways that make the staging very exciting to an audience, and give the director and cast a great deal of spaces to play in. With a central stage unit that's asymmetrical and two wing areas divided by levels, it really makes the most out of the space. While the details are sparse in the classroom setting itself, it's exactly what it needs to be. Props by Jessica Florez are well-thought out and executed, lending themselves perfectly to their uses. Daniel Davisson's unique lighting creates opportunities for special moments within the play, using lighting from all directions, in vibrant hues ranging from bloody reds to classic school florescence. Bold strips of light at the top and bottom of the central stage work brilliantly with the staging. Sound and media design by Micky Small add context and detail. The tick of the clock during especially tense exchanges truly elevates those moments, and the overlayed projections create just the right amount of mayhem as social media explodes around them.

The Burn doesn't preach, even if Mercedes might. It's a thoughtful play with a great cast and clever creative elements that all together make for a provocative and gripping performance. The takeaway isn't going to ask you to give up social media entirely, just to think a little harder about how easily damage can be done in this new age of information. BLK BOX's production of The Burn is a great piece of theater done with fantastic flair. Swipe right on The Burn.

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photos - A FINE MONSTER YOU ARE! - Westbrook Village Players

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photos courtesy Westbrook Village Players 

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

photos - ANASTASIA - National Tour: ASU Gammage

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photos by Evan Zimmerman

Trilogy Players seeking a Sound Tech for their upcoming show, FARCE OF HABIT

Trilogy Players is in need of a sound tech for their upcoming show, Farce of Habit, which runs November 13-16 show at Liberty High School in Peoria. 

This is a paid position. Tech rehearsals will be a couple of evenings before opening night.

Interested people can email Vicki Ullery at or call 623-262-3419.