Studio 58 presents original musical The Park, an updated and full-length version of the same-named one-act that debuted last spring. The Park pits evil developers against idealistic environmentalists in a battle for Vancouver’s own Stanley Park.
Joel Ballard and Amy Hall-Cummings share a kiss in Studio 58's The Park.
Written by Benjamin Elliott, Anton Lipovetsky and Hannah Johnson. Directed by David Hudgins, musical direction by Benjamin Elliott and Anton Lipovetsky, choreography by Kayla Dunbar and featuring drummer Spencer Schoening. Set design by Bryan Pollock and costume design by Marina Szijarto. Starring Joel Ballard (Triple Sensation), Matt Beairsto, Paula Burrows, Mélanie Desbiens, Stephanie Elgersma, James Elston, Dustin Freeland, Amy Hall-Cummings, Caitlin McCarthy, Graeme McComb, Carlos Rodriguez, Gili Roskies and Kendall Wright.
Studio 58 and Langara College present The Park from September 30 – October 17, 2010 at Studio 58, Langara College, 100 West 49th Avenue. Tickets are available online or by calling 604-684-2787.
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Pacific Theatre ends its season with Godspell. Director Sarah Rodgers has chosen to set her production inside an episode of Laugh-In, in a novel take on the popular musical.
Pacific Theatre presents Godspell.
Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Pippin, Wicked), book by John-Michael Tebelak. Directed by Sarah Rodgers, musical direction by Nelson Boschman, movement coaching by Lauren Bowler, costume design by Carmen Alatorre, set design by Bryan Pollock, and lighting design by Itai Erdal. Starring Kat Gauthier, Tim Bratton, Kaitlin Williams, Joel Stephanson, Benjamin Miller, and Shalyn McFaul.
Pacific Theatre and Theatre at TWU present Godspell from May 28 – July 3, 2010 at the Pacific Theatre, 12th and Hemlock, Vancouver. Tickets are available online or by calling 604-731-5518.
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Tagged Benjamin Miller, Bryan Pollock, Carmen Alatorre, Godspell, Itai Erdal, Joel Stephanson, John-Michael Tebelak, Kaitlin Williams, Kat Gauthier, Laugh-In, Lauren Bowler, Nelson Boschman, Pacific Theatre, Sarah Rodgers, Shalyn McFaul, Stephen Schwartz, Theatre at TWU, Tim Bratton