In case you’re wondering what South Sound Theatres have in store for you this Fall…
Check out my short article in this month’s Showcase Media magazine (also in print).
Find it online at www.showcasemedialive.com.
“2010 marks a big year for many of our South Sound theatres, with special anniversaries, new partnerships to celebrate, and a stunning array of ambitious productions in the works. Big, splashy musicals? Victorian thrillers? Family ties and the never-ending search for identity and community? From Olympia to Seattle this fall, a Big Night at the Theatre will be all about Big Ideas.
“And at Christmas time, put that remote down and walk away from the TV! All across the South Sound, theatres present new holiday classics in live song and dance – all brighter, merrier and more twinkling than Technicolor.” READ MORE…
Bonus Text: Here’s what was edited out, due to space considerations, but I think you should still know about!
Expect more Big Ideas and cause for celebration this fall, from established houses and exciting new voices.
Capital Playhouse stages Sondheim’s fractured fairy tale Into the Woods and Irving Berlin’s Hollywood favorite, White Christmas.
Olympia Family Theatre delights children of all ages with A Year with Frog and Toad and Little Women.
Centerstage Theatre channels Emily Dickenson in the one-woman play The Belle of Amherst, followed by a traditional British Pantomime, The Sleeping Beauty.
Finally, two Tacoma newcomers continue their inaugural seasons with a little magic. The Outfit collaborates with Tacoma Little Theatre for a late-night run of Transylvanian Clockworks. Meanwhile, Gold From Straw Theatre presents a charming magical-realist love story, Almost, Maine.