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Are you a director or have you ever considered directing? Theatre Tallahassee is searching for directors for our upcoming 2017-2018 Season. Directors should ideally have some directing or assistant directing experience, but we welcome anyone who would like to apply who has knowledge of the theater. To apply: Please complete and submit the form below, and email
Welcome to tech week, (sometimes affectionately referred to as Hell Week by actors and stage crews). This is the week where we start adding technical elements to the show – lights, sound effects, music, etc. It’s also the most exhausting week we’ve faced yet. Sunday We start off the night with Fight Call. Fight Call
We’re only a couple of weeks from opening, and the cast goes through their toughest week yet. Sunday Due to the Gala on Friday, we won’t be rehearsing, so we’ve added tonight to keep us all on track. On the agenda: a full run through of the show, off script. It’s the first time we’ll
Greetings landlubbers! This week we embark on a new adventure: having a set and no scripts! Sunday Today is a workday! With the mainstage finally available for us to start loading in, we’re doing just that. Over the last week or so, Derek (who also is the theatre’s technical director and master carpenter) has been
We’re up to week four, which holds some new challenges for our cast. Read on! Monday Tonight the cast learned how to dance like beautiful mermaids (and yes, mermaids CAN dance). The second act opener is a hilarious send up of old school jazz/vaudeville ridiculousness, and Anna Norris, our choreographer is here to teach the
Welcome back! This week we venture behind the scenes of Peter and the Starcatcher once more as the cast tackle learning some big production numbers, and attempt their first stumble throughs of the acts. Monday Tonight we finished blocking the show. Theoretically. Blocking is seldom ever really finished until a show is in dress rehearsals, but
It’s week two of rehearsals for Peter and the Starcatcher. There have been a few concerns about spoilers, so as we move into some of the scenes toward the second half of the show, we’ll do our best to avoid giving away anything crucial. Keep in mind, too, that what you see in the photos at
One of the things we’ve discovered over the years is that, often, our audiences have no notion of what goes into bringing a show to the stage. So as part of the lead up to our production of Peter and the Starcatcher, we’ll be giving you all a rare glimpse behind the scenes into the rehearsal and production process for the show.
Peter and the Starcatcher is a musical written by Rick Elice, with music by Wayne Barker, based on a novel written by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. The story serves as a prequel to Peter Pan, and follows the adventures of Boy (who ultimately becomes Peter), his two friends, and a young girl named Molly, who is a Starcatcher-in-training. The kids set sail aboard The Neverland, run by the villainous Captain Slank. Meanwhile, Molly’s father, Lord Aster, is escorting a trunk full of magical Starstuff aboard another ship. Unbeknownst to them all, Slank has stolen the trunk, and the crew of Lord Aster’s ship are pirates in disguise, led by the fearsome Black Stache. What follows is the stuff of legend, with ship-to-ship battles, magic, pirates, sword fights, mermaids, giant crocodiles, and more!
March 3, 2017 6-10 pm Doubletree by Hilton 101 S Adams St, Tallahassee, FL 32301 Black Tie Optional Please join us for an elegant evening of music, dancing, dinner, cocktails, a silent auction, and be the first to hear about our 2017-2018 Season, at our 3rd Annual Curtains Up Gala. This year’s honorees