2014 - 2015 Season
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The 2014 - 2015 Season
November 29 – December 21, 2014 -- Jack and the Beanstalk You know the holidays are here when you see the English Panto at Centerstage. Writer Paul Hendy adds a twist and a turn, plenty of corny jokes with lively songs and lovely singers to this favorite. You ain’t seen nothin’ yet! Recommended for 4 to 104
January 23 – February 8, 2015 -- Girls Night: The Musical starts the new year on a musical journey with a group of female friends who are on a wild and hilarious night out – featuring hits including: It’s Raining Men, Man, I Feel Like A Woman, I Will Survive, and many more! Get the gals together and share in the laughter, reminisce, and sing along with the music for your own girls’ night out! Recommended for 18+
Sat, Feb 21, 2015 at 8pm -- Amy Johnson & Company navigates a clever world of powdered wigs and theatricality in a premiere of their new dance work. Come see how dance tells a story with all the passion and joy words struggle to define.
Sat, Mar 7, 2015 at 8pm -- Expresión Latina aka Latin Expression, led by Francisco “Papo” Medina Sr, is a 13-piece orchestra which includes 4 vocalists, 4 horns plus a 5 piece rhythm and percussion section. ‘Born’ in Seattle in May of 1986 this powerhouse orchestra of Latin music packs the clubs and fills the dance floor with rhythms from around the Caribbean including salsa, cumbia, Afro-Cuban, as well as ‘power-salsa’! Latin Expression was once described as “the Northwest’s best kept salsa secret”... a secret no more... the secret is out!
March 20 – April 4, 2015 -- Shipwrecked! An Entertainment is an amazing story of bravery and survival. Dare to be whisked away on the high seas to a place of exotic islanders, flying wombats, giant sea turtles, and a monstrous man-eating octopus…all done with just three actors! Donald Margulies brings the imagination back to theatre for you and your family. Recommended for 4 to 104
April 6 – 11, 2015 Missoula Children’s Theatre is back with a weeklong workshop of The Wizard of Oz. Two specially trained actors work with up to 60 local kids (K-12) in one week to present an original musical on Friday and Saturday at 7pm. This year, Dorothy and Toto meet the Scarecrow, Tin-man, and Lion as well as other friends who will help her on her way to the Wizard and home! Fun for the whole family!
May 1 -24, 2015 -- For All That On the 100th anniversary of WWI, Centerstage presents a story of two Scottish brothers and the woman they both loved. A breathtaking score drawn from the masterpieces of Scottish tradition accompanies this epic tale, and promises to lift your spirit at the triumph of human nature in the face of adversity. Recommended for 13+
Friday, December 12, 2014
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Gregory Award: The Melissa Hines Award
At Seattle’s Gregory Theatre Awards on Oct. 28, 2013 Centerstage Office Manager Laura Campbell won the coveted Melissa Hines Award.
The citation reads: “The recipient of this award is honored for their involvement with theatre in Washington state over the last year. This category is intended to honor those dedicated individuals who make theatre possible, enabling artists to do their art, but who often are not recognized by curtain calls, reviews or awards. This category may include production crew and stage management, volunteers, administrators, board members, donors and patrons.”
The Seattle Times wrote: “They don’t get the audience applause and the critical acclaim. But without the hard work and passionate commitment of behind-the-scenes people, Seattle would not have the vibrant performing arts scene the city is celebrated for.”
In front of more than a thousand of Seattle’s theatrical finest who gathered at the Neptune Theatre, Centerstage Artistic Director Alan Bryce noted the particular challenges of operating a small company in a first-class facility like the Knutzen Family Theatre in Federal Way. “What is needed are the old-fashioned virtues of the theatre business: the ability and the willingness to do many jobs with tireless enthusiasm. And Laura does this with her fiery personality, her huge sense of humor and her enormous heart.”
Wednesday, July 30, 2014