Come see fellow Starlighters Nikkicole, Allan Canning, Andrea, and others (if i missed ur name i am very sorry) In:
Pontiac Theatre IV is proud to present:
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Directed by Michael Brody it tells the biblical story of Joseph, the favorite son of Jacob. In song and dance it follows Joseph from sibling betrayal to Israel's salvation. This high energy, talented ensemble presents a musical that will be enjoyed by young and old. Performances are: November 12,13,19,20, 2004 at 8:00pm at Pontiac Northern High School 1041 Arlene St. Pontiac,MI Tickets are $10.00 and available at the door.
Produced and Directed by:Roberta M. Campion and Bruce J. Snyder
Choreography by: Roberta M. CampionMusic Direction by: Bruce J. Snyder
Technical Direction by: JudithGrayOrchestra Direction by: David A. Reed
Back row (Left to right):Kevin Groth, Jameson English, Hilary Gorosh, KasieGorosh, Mickey Schefman, Sam Linden, Peter Preonas, Dana Benson, Katherine Carter, DanielPesick
Bottom row (left to right):Alex Andrejko, Kathleen Benson, Meghan Robinson, Carli Siegel, Rachel Matz, Sara Kliger, Lauren Shields, SarahCapizzo
An ambivalent Cinderella? A blood-thirsty Little Red Ridinghood? A Prince Charming with a roving eye? A Witch...who raps? They're all among the cockeyed characters in James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim's fractured fairy tale. When a Baker and his Wife learn they've been cursed with childlessness by the Witch next door, they embark on a quest for the special objects required to break the spell, swindling, lying to and stealing from Cinderella, Little Red, Rapunzel and Jack (the one who climbed the beanstalk). Everyone's wish is granted at the end of Act One, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later, with disastrous results. What begins a lively irreverent fantasy in the style of The Princess Bride becomes a moving lesson about community responsibility and the stories we tell our children.
Student Producers: Peter Keros and David Lutz- Student Directors: Elise Edson and Jeff Lisiecki
Student Technical Directors: Patrick Shamsuddoha and Jennifer Rusciano - Student Stage Manager: Jacqueline Gordon
Andover High School is located 1 block west of Telegraph, and 1 block south of Long Lake Road
The quintessential American Musical is coming to the Starlight Theater
The Oakland Theatre Guild will present The Music Man at the Starlight Theater inside the Summit Place Mall.
The six show dates are: Friday, October 8, 2004 at 7:30pm Saturday, October 9, 2004 at 7:30pm
Friday, October 15, 2004 at 7:30pm Saturday, October 16, 2004 at 4:00pm Saturday, October 16, 2004 at 7:30pm Sunday, October 17, 2004 at 2:00pm
Harold Hill comes to town! The Music Man is about an itinerant hustler of band instruments, Harold Hill, who finds more than he bargained for in River City, Iowa. Here he meets Marian, the local librarian, and her brother, the despondent Winthrop, and is forever changed by them. The show features such wonderful, well-known songs as 76 Trombones, Trouble, 'Til There was You, Gary Indiana, The Wells Fargo Wagon, Marian the Librarian, and many more. Six performances only at the Starlight Theater
The show features Ted Badgerow as Harold Hill, Lois Swartzell and Allie Fleszar as Marian The Professional Barber Shop Quartet: The Impresarios: --Ron Arnold --Bruce Collins --Jerry Howington --Gayle Mohler Winthrop -- William "Willy" Briggs Mrs Paroo -- Lindsey Phillips Marcellous -- Aaron Ozment Eullalie Shinn -- Kathryn Sussman, Pat Leary Zaneeta Shinn -- Bridget Leary, Amanda Burke Tommy Djilis -- Tristan Seaver Amaryllis -- Madeline Ike
Also Featured are these Starlight All-Stars: Kristen Andre Michelle Ankoviak Dana Benson Andrea Briggs Laura Cohen Nicole Gargol Ryan Gilbertson Sean Harbert Bridget Johnson Monica Johnson Adriana Jones Skyler Kallabat Sarah Kesteloot Krista Leeds Sarah Mead Alexa Metzger Ashley Mondock Rachel Rubin Kayleen Seaver Claire Sorensen Dana Sorensen Erica Spitzley Taylor Stark Hillary Sussman Allie Swanson Jerry Wilson Lainie Wilson
Produced & Directed by Thomas Logan. Musical Director: Jim Sutton Choreographer: Mark McCleese
Order Reserve Seat Tickets Now Tickets are $14 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $10 for Children 12 & under. Tickets may be purchased at the door, on line at www.starlighttheater.net, or at 248-335-1788!
Order Advance Tickets on-line and Save $3.00! When ordering on-line before October 8, 2004 enter the coupon code OTG333 and save $3 per ticket. (OFFER EXPIRES ON OCTOBER 8, 2004, AND IS GOOD ONLY FOR TICKETS PURCHASED ON-LINE.)
The Starlight Theater is easy to find The Starlight Theater is an intimate, comfortable theatre located inside the Summit Place Mall between the Kohl’s and Claire’s stores. The Summit Place Mall is at 315 N. Telegraph Rd on the corner of Telegraph and Elizabeth Lake Roads. Call 248-335-1788 for information, especially about group rates.
Oct 8/04—Oct 17/04 The quintessential American musical about a hustler selling band equipment and the librarian he tries not to fall in love with... Featuring such songs as 76 Trombones, ‘Til There was You, Marian the Librarian, The Wells Fargo Wagon, Gary Indiana, and many others.
It has been such a long time since I have actually been in a starlight show.....I am just too busy........I am sure seussical will be awesome, for I am seeing it either friday or saturday. I feel so badly I couldn't be in it............
why does no1 ever post anything in starlight?! well i felt like it so here goes. so this is the LAST weekend of seussical! there is no sunday show so come see it friday at 7:30, saturday at 4, or saturday at 7:30. it's been going really well the past weekend and it should be a good show! also music man auditions are coming up soon. i dont' know when yet for sure but soon! okay....now i have posted on the starlight! woot! first time ever! okay. i'm done. bye! ~Shannon
As many of you know....Suessical opens tonight. It has been a long hard rehersal process and i think we have a good show on our hands. Just wanted to say good luck to everyone in it. Congrats to the cast of Working **which consisted of quite a few starlighters (myself, Bridget, Rachel, Shanon, Rubin, evan and Daniel (sorry i forgot to put you in the first time I luv you!!!) **although they arent is seuss** Katie directed and i think thats it.)** Well i gtg! Bye now!
I was looking on e-bay last night with my Grandmother and we found this lady who sells these obnoxiously long ostrich feathers for a really really good price I forget what the name is, but if you search for Ostrich Feathers you'll see this one ad for like 20 feathers plus some free ones, that is her. She has a website too. Just thought I'd let you all know....
Hey Everyone...although this is not a starlight audition i know you all love to perform so i am posting this audition info. so you can all know about it (props to Jewlie for telling me to)
Stories of Scheherazade. The dates for auditions are July 12th and 13th and Summit in the Lakeland Players store front. Really close to the Starlight. And the show dates are Sept. 17th 18th 24th 25th and 26th. Bring a song to sing and be prepared to read from the script and maybe do a few dance moves.
Alright i hope that some of you will go. And also someone please post the Much Ado performance dates if you could. Bye now!
So....Oliver is over..Congrats. to everyone involved. It was a good run. I hope to see you all for suessical auditions this summer. I will be posting the audition information later. Also as soon as I know about any future "Renovate The Starlight" projects i will post. If you have any pics. from the show feel free to post them. Well i have to go back to class. Have a nice day!
Today Is the day that we are moving stuff into the new space at the starlight. We can use all the help we can get so i encourage all of you to come! We will be starting at 6:00 - ? Please bring something to work in that you dont care if it gets dirty. I'm thinking of Bringing Pizza and what not so it should be a lot of fun if we all work together to make the starlight a better and cleaner space. Hope to see you all there Tonight!
Great job on your openeing weekend everyone!!! The show finnaly came together. Also andother annoucement this Thursday @ 7:30 and Saturday @ Noon The Rising Stars will be perfoming "Newsies" at Andover High school. Tom directed and many starlight people are involved so u should all come support it. Hope everyone is doing well!
Hello Everyone...Great Job on your opening night! Sorry about all the high stress drama lately but at the show we have to remember to put our differences aside and be our characters. Good luck to those of you who have not yet performed and are performing today I wish you all the best of luck!! Once again Great Job and i will see you all later!