KRIS KRINGLE The Musical has found its Kris Kringle and Mrs. Claus! …Broadway’s Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Tuck Everlasting, Newsies) and Kim Crosby (Into the Woods, Guys Dolls) will play Kris Kringle and Mrs. Claus, respectively, in the original holiday musical, featuring previously announced Tony Award nominees Cathy Rigby (Peter Pan, Seussical) and Pamela Myers (Company, Into the Woods).
KRISKRINGLE The Musical plays two performances, Friday, November 24 at 3PM and 8PM, at The Town Hall (123 W. 43rd Street, NYC). Tickets, which range from $35 – $110, are now available at The Town Hall Box Office (noon-6pm, Mon-Fri) and via Ticketmaster.com, 800-982-2787.
KRIS KRINGLE The Musical, narrated by Cathy Rigby, weaves a new and entirely original tale that will delight audiences of all ages. Based on one of the most familiar
Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Andrew-Keenan-Bolger-Tapped-for-Title-Role-in-KRIS-KRINGLE-THE-MUSICAL-at-The-Town-Hall-20171010
Launch the holiday season with KRIS KRINGLE The Musical. Featuring Tony Award nominees Cathy Rigby (Peter Pan, Seussical) and Pamela Myers (Company, Into the Woods), KRIS KRINGLE The Musical plays two performances, Friday, November 24 at 3PM and 8PM, at The Town Hall (123 W. 43rd Street, NYC).
Tickets, which range from $35 – $110, are now available at The Town Hall Box Office (noon-6pm, Mon-Fri) and via Ticketmaster.com, 800-982-2787.
KRIS KRINGLE The Musical, narrated by Cathy Rigby, weaves a new and entirely original tale that will delight audiences of all ages. Based on one of the most familiar names of holiday folklore, this is the tale of a young, starry-eyed toymaker, Kris Kringle, who crosses paths with an evil New York City toy company CEO and finds himself
Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/KRIS-KRINGLE-THE-MUSICAL-Featuring-Cathy-Rigby-Pamela-Myers-to-Bring-Christmas-Magic-to-Town-Hall-20170920
Hello and welcome to one of our shoutouts for projects casting around the U.K. As always there’s a mix of opportunities for all ages, abilities, and locations but do remember to check if you fit the bill before applying. Although we make every attempt to verify castings before we hit publish, please ensure that you do your own research before firing off those headshots and Backstage links.
“Austen the Musical”
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a female actor in possession of great talent should apply for this role. “Austen the Musical” starts when the author is an unpublished 20-year-old living in Hampshire. Erudite and witty, she struggles to find readership in the male-dominated world of Georgian England.
Read more at: https://www.backstage.com/news/casting/uk-casting-austen-musical-looking-their-jane/
Apropos to Mother’s Day, and a magnificent button to the end of its 63rd season, Arena Players’ Crowns: A Gospel Musical is, among many things, a celebration of Christian and African religious traditions. Adapted by playwright Regina Taylor from the picture-book “Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats,” without a composer, and as directed by Kwamé Kenyatta-Bey, Crowns is a spirit-stirring, hand-clapping good time.
The show follows Yolanda (Monyai Stukes), a young and troubled Brooklyn girl whose brother gets gunned down and she is subsequently sent to live with her female relatives in the South. As Kenyatta-Bey wrote in his director’s notes: “One tradition of those who accomplished the northern migration trek was to return those who were in pain and loss back to their roots.”
Down South, Yolanda is subject to anecdote after anecdote about the African and
Read more at: http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2017/05/13/review-crowns-gospel-musical-arena-players/
Director Matt Bassett, a faculty member of Montgomery College, in choosing Bat Boy: The Musical to direct, chose to examine, “how someone who doesn’t fit the social norm must struggle for recognition and acceptance, against others’ (and their own) baser natures.” That sentiment aptly fits the central figure of Bat Boy: The Musical, which features a Book by Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming, and Music and Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe. With Music Direction by Dr. Jay Crowder and Victor Simonson (who was also the Conductor), Montgomery College’s production of Bat Boy: The Musical an offbeat combination of tragicomedy and fun.
David Singleton (Edgar/Bat Boy) and Samantha Shoop (Meredith Parker) Photo courtesy of Montgomery College.
The story, based on a news item in the ‘Weekly World News,” is this: an
Read more at: http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2016/10/10/review-bat-boy-musical-montgomery-college/