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CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN AUDITIONS
|So who is this dog? Harley is a
rescue dog who
will be in the summer production of "Cheaper By the Dozen" based on the
book by Frank Gilbreth and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey and dramatized
by Christopher Sergel. This wonderful comedy focuses on the father's need
to organize his family and his teenage daughter's need to be
treated as an adult. Their struggle leads to a maturity and mutual respect
that give meaning and emotion in this delightful comedy romp!
* Auditions are on June 7-8, 2009 (7 PM) at the historic Crighton Theatre in Conroe, TX
* Performance dates are July 31-August 16, 2009 at 8 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and 2 PM on Sundays.
Kids range in age from 17 on down. Additional extras may be added to fill out the dozen. Adult parts vary (ages 40-50's with some in 20's).
Go to STAGE RIGHT's website to get more information about auditions. For information on local and national theatre events check out STAGE RIGHT Resources .
Check out pictures of events at the Crighton Theatre. Please forward any pictures you have of Crighton events to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What about Harley's story? See the June 2009 issue of Dock Line. When the article is available electronically we will provide you a link to his incredible story of survival against all odds.
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STAGE RIGHT - will conduct a
Shakespeare workshop for kids. Be a part of the team process while
producing a show from auditions to casting procedures to costume and set
design. The kids will perform "A Midsummer
Night's Dream" which is a romantic
comedy. The workshop will be repeated later in the summer in cooperation
with ACE Theatre
. Classes will
meet from Monday to Friday on June 8-26 culminating in performances on
June 27 and 28, 2009 at the historic Crighton Theatre. Tuition is $199 for
the three week period with discounts for Bravo Company students. Call
936-441-SHOW for more information. |
Rob Landes Trio Returns to the CrightonMCPAS originally invited Rob in September 2008 but "Ike" interfered. Rob is returning to the Crighton on Friday, May 29, 2009 at 8 PM.
Rob Landes began studying the piano at the age of three and made his 'debut' on the Art Linkletter House Party program at the age of four. This appearance was greeted with great applause and kudos from Mr. Linkletter as well as Tommy Dorsey who was on the same broadcast. A native Houstonian, his playing has taken him from the United States and Canada, to Norway and many parts of Europe. Landes is widely known as a pianist, organist, arranger, conductor and published composer. He is associated with six national publishers, including Hinshaw Publishers, Sacred Music Press, Alliance Music and Fred Bock Music. Visit Rob's website for his concert schedule and for information about ordering his CDs. www.roblandes.com
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Sounds of Texas present The
Flatlanders on Saturday, June 6, 2009 at 8 PM.|
The Flatlanders formed in 1972 in Lubbock, Texas, small West Texas city with a prominent artistic community, due in part to the atmosphere at Texas Tech University. Gilmore, Ely and Hancock formed the group, with Gilmore as the main songwriter and singer, with several other collaborators: their friends Steve Wesson, previously a non-musician, on autoharp and musical saw and Tony Pearson on mandolin and backup harmony, as well as Butch's brother Tommy Hancock on fiddle and string bassist Syl Rice.
The Flatlanders' new album, Hills & Valleys, was released by New West on March 31st and the band hit the ground running to get the word out about their newest collection of songs. Come see them live!
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