Monthly Archives: August 2012

Music for Callbacks for WHITE CHRISTMAS

WHITE CHRISTMAS audi­tions are com­ing up on Sep­tem­ber 9th and 10th with call­backs on the 11th.  All audi­tions will be at 6:30 at the The­atre.  If you are called back, there will be songs from the show that you will be asked to sing. The songs have been cho­sen by char­ac­ter, so it might be a good idea to famil­iar­ize your­self with these songs.  They are all avail­able through www.musicnotes.com.  You can also choose the key that you would like the song in by click­ing on “trans­pose”  The fol­low­ing list are the songs by char­ac­ter and the keys that they are in.

BobHOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN…Key of D (2 sharps).….BettyLOVE, YOU DIDN’T DO RIGHT BY ME…Key of E-flat (3 flats).…PhilI LOVE A PIANO…(Key of D flat (5 flats)…Judy…SISTERS…Key of A (3 sharps).…Martha and SusanLET ME SING AND I’M HAPPY…Martha, Key of E flat (3 flats).…Susan, Key of G (1 sharp)

Look­ing for­ward to see­ing lots of folks at the auditions.

 

 

WHITE CHRISTMAS Auditions, September 9th and 10th at 6:30pm.

Lots of peo­ple have been ask­ing me about Irv­ing Berlin songs to sing for audi­tions. There are many that are musi­cal the­atre stan­dards, but here are a few char­ac­ter spe­cific choices that you may make:
For Bob and Phil:
White Christ­mas
Let Your­self Go
How Deep is the Ocean?
Blue Skies
For Betty:
Love, You Didn’t Do Right Be Me
Sis­ters
For Judy:
I Love a Piano
Sis­ters
For Martha:
Falling Out of Love Can Be Fun
Let Me Sing and I’m Happy
For Susan:
Let Me Sing and I’m Happy

You don’t have to sing one of these songs, how­ever for the lead roles, it wouldn’t hurt. We will prob­a­bly be using them for call­backs. They are all on the cast album, which is avail­able from www.amazon.com
For all other roles, any Irv­ing Berlin song would be great!
Look­ing for­ward to see­ing lots of folks at the audi­tions.
Remem­ber, Bring sheet music or CD. NO HAPPY BIRTHDAY’S WILL BE ALLOWED! Be pre­pared to dance, jazz and tap. 42ND STREET tap­pers, come on down!!!!!  ALL ARE WELCOME!

Jim Cole­man
Artis­tic Director

 

 

 


 

GREASE!

The open­ing show of the 2012–2013 sea­son is the clas­sic musi­cal, GREASE!  The com­pany is in full rehearsals for a Sep­tem­ber 5th opening.

Here is the cast list!
Danny…Ian Trueb
Sandy…Jessica Smith
Kenickie…Matt Sac­ulla
Rizzo…Holly Halay
Roger…Christoher Mar­tin
Marty…Tiffany Davis
Doody…Colton Har­ris
Frenchy…Lydia Merriam-Pigg
Sonny…Joaquin Lewis III
Jan…Katy Uyeno
Eugene…Brandon Chaf­fin
Patty…Taylor Carnes
Johnny Casino/Teen Angel…Kevin Web­ster
Cha Cha…Lynsie Haley
Vince Fontaine, Grady Tay­lor
Miss Lynch…Sheri Garland

Directed by Joseph Toon (debut), Chore­og­ra­phy by Terra Fear­rand (debut), and Musi­cal Direc­tion by Jim Coleman.…Sets and light­ing by Terry Smith and Elsa Ful­ton is cos­tum­ing the show.

For tick­ets, call the Box Office at (209) 473‑2424

THE LITTLE MERMAID, JR.

SCT, JR. is Stock­ton Civic Theatre’s sum­mer con­ser­va­tory pro­gram for young peo­ple. This won­der­ful pro­gram is for stu­dents from third grade all the way through high school. This past week­end audi­ences were treated to a won­der­ful pro­duc­tion of Disney’s THE LITTLE MERMAID, JR. The pro­gram is directed by Dom­i­nee Muller Kim­ball, and her col­lab­o­ra­tors are Judy Caru­son Willam­son as Chore­o­g­ra­pher, and Paul Kim­ball as Musi­cal Direc­tor. They have been a team for the last four or five years. Carol Barry made her debut as Scenic Designer, and a beau­ti­ful set it was. Terry Smith pro­vided the mag­i­cal light­ing, and Carol Myrick and Kathie Dixon pro­vided the 90 cos­tumes for the pro­duc­tion.  All 6 per­for­mances were SOLD OUT! mak­ing this the most suc­cess­ful pro­duc­tion of SCT Jr. thus far! This would not hap­pen with­out the tremen­dous sup­port from the fam­i­lies of the stu­dents, who all will­ingly were avail­able for any task they were needed for.

SCT Jr. hap­pens every year, start­ing in June and end­ing the first week­end in August with their pro­duc­tion per­for­mances. Appli­ca­tions are avail­able start­ing in April.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to the cast and crew for a job well done!