Wednesday, January 9, 2013
The musical is casting for several parts from 10 a.m.-noon on Jan. 12 at the Assumption Cultural Center.
Auditions for a production of The Fantasticks will be held 10 a.m.- noon on Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Assumption Cultural Center in St. Clair Shores. The production will audition for the following parts: The musical will be directed by Ellen Bowen and Melissa Smith. The performance date is Feb. 14 at the Assumption Cultural Center.
Friday, February 3, 2012
A production of the Tony-award winning rock musical is coming to The Emerald Theatre Feb. 10 and bringing with it two St. Clair Shores cast members.
A twisted tale of passion in a bygone age of innocence, Spring Awakening is, as cast member Michael Stoyanoff puts it, “not for the close-minded.” Heralded by The New York Times in 2006 as a “brave new musical, haunting and electrifying by turns,” the now Tony-award winning Spring Awakening is set to open Feb. 10 at The Emerald Theatre in Mount Clemens. Brought to The Emerald by Mount Clemens-based What’s That Smell? productions, the shocking rock musical features an all-local cast from Macomb County communities including St. Clair Shores and Macomb Township. Set in 19th-century Germany, this musical adaptation of the controversial Frank Wedekind play of the same name follows several teens as they explore and confront issues of sex, …
Thursday, July 7, 2011
ROGOCOP! The Musical, a hilarious take on the iconic film, debuts July 7 on the Go Comedy! Improve Theater.
It’s one part singing, one part acting and a whole dose of funny as ROGOCOP! The Musical debuts at Go Comedy! Improv Theater tonight in Ferndale. As the second original musical of its kind there, the show pokes fun at the blockbuster film RoboCop, creating the tale of a robotic police officer that protects a futuristic Detroit from crime, and this time cyborgs are even involved. As the brainchild of Sean May of St. Clair Shores, one of Go Comedy!’s resident cast members, the re-imaginative ROGOCOP! promises to be all-out hilarious with no shortage of musical talent. “We encourage our performers to create their own works and we work to support that,” said PJ Jacokes, Go Comedy! co-owner and producer. “It follows the main plot points of the…