Little Shop Of Horrors

While Alan Menken and I were having dinner the night before Junior Theater Festival ’13 was to begin, he said to me, “You know, when I was a kid, what I really wanted to be was a rock star.” “You’ll feel like a rock start tomorrow night,” I confidently told the composer. But that was [...]

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If your theatre is looking for a show that showcases the thrills and chills of the Halloween season, look no further than these 10 MTI titles.  Whether you’re following the exploits of a blood-sucking vampire (or plant), losing your direction in a madcap fairy tale, or haunting a country rodeo, each of these shows is [...]

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Sometimes being faithful to the score of an MTI musical requires unique, signature keyboard/synthesizer patches integral to the orchestration. The challenge for musical directors is when these authentic sounds are difficult to find and even more difficult to re-produce correctly. That’s why we created MTI’s Keyboard Patch SolutionsTM – an easy to use resource designed [...]

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Welcome to the third blog post in our “Choosing Your High School’s Musical” series. Our newest series of blog posts is designed to introduce you to some of our shows that we know work in a high school setting. Of course, it’s up to you to determine if the shows are best-suited to your community, [...]

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Shing-a-ling, what a creepy thing to be happening! Shang-a-lang, feel the sturm and drang in the air. LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Book by  Howard Ashman Music by  Alan Menken Lyrics by  Howard Ashman Based on the film by Roger Corman, screenplay by Charles Griffith A down-and out skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation [...]

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JEKYLL & HYDE: This timeless tale of duality is a perfect metaphor for Halloween – a night when the mischievous imp in all of us holds sway.  Only, in Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse’s Tony nominated Broadway musical, mild-mannered Dr. Henry Jekyll’s alter ego, Edward Hyde, doesn’t just emerge once a year.  Wildhorn’s rock-pop score [...]

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“Dress has always been my strongest suit…” – AIDA A couple weeks ago, we introduced you to Kimberly Faye Greenberg, the Executive Producer/Creator of BroadwayBlogspot.com. In addition to maintaining this terrific website with her BroadwayBlogspot partners, Kimberly works simultaneously both onstage as an actor (currently in the Off-Broadway Hit Musical “Danny & Sylvia, the Danny [...]

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For theatres, tough economic times can mean doing a minimalist, four person play instead of a big glitzy musical.  11th Hour Theatre Company, however, wasn’t about to let the economy determine its season. This Philadelphia Weekly article explains how 11th Hour and Theatre Horizon banded together to co-produce LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS–an endeavor that would [...]

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True Life: Camp’d Out- I’m Going to Performing Arts Camp   MTV takes its popular documentary series, True Life: Camp’d Out, to the Western Catskills of New York to visit the highly distinguished summer camp, French Woods. Shooting for nine weeks of the summer camp session in 2008, MTV’s True Life crew follows the lives [...]

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