Press Releases & Auditions
Press Releases & Auditions
Into the Woods and Happy Ever After!
Costa Mesa, CA (March 31, 2017) The Arts & Learning Conservatory is proud to present the Tony Award-winning musical Into the Woods Jr. from Friday, April 21-Sunday April 23rd at Segerstrom High Theater.
Our cast of 35 talented youths, aged from nine years old through early teens, were drawn from all over Orange County: Irvine, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Long Beach, Tustin, Fountain Valley and more. Watch them take on this energetic musical that includes many of your favorite characters: Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack (and his beanstalk!), and of course the Witch – all who meet and interact in this whimsical & original show. Step into adventure as their different stories intertwine with each other when they all journey into the woods.
(photo courtesy: Robert Ladd)
A Message from the Mysterium Theatre:
“Two years ago, we moved to this wonderful historic building and we are doing renovations and putting on between 15-21 shows each season. We just got hit with some pretty big expenses and the rights to several shows coming up are larger than we had hoped. We have some fantastic folks both on and off stage that have come along for the adventure of creating art that the community desperately needs. We are also developing an after school program to have the future generation fall in love and participate in the arts – singing, dancing, acting on set, lighting design and much more. At the moment we need an immediate 2,500.00.” Taken from the website
March 31, April 1 & 2 2017
Taken from the Theatre Out website.
“Happiness… it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative.” – F. D. Roosevelt
February 7, 2017 | Behind The Orange Curtain, News, Press Releases, South Coast Repertory, Uncategorized Like Comments Off on Behind the Orange Curtain #4 – FOR THE KIDS: FREE Theatre Education Opportunities in Orange County! |
Written by Patrick Chavis
Theatrical education is incredibly important. Not merely for those who want to become performers, directors, or any other part of the industry–no, it’s been found that learning about the theatre is beneficial in everyday life (Studies) (Studies). After researching the county, I was able to find three different programs facilitated by South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa and The Chance Theatre in Anaheim that are working to get kids into theatre–and what’s even more impressive, the programs offered are free to students. Continue Reading
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