The prize for two lucky folks went to Daniel Guthrie of Conroe, TX. Daniel and whomever he selects will be taking a sedan car thanks to Gulf Coast Limo to Galveston where he will go on an 8 day/7 night cruise to Cozumel, Jamaica, and the Cayman Islands at the end of October. Congratulations to Daniel. Lucky guy. Wish I were going...
If Daniel were at the last performance to claim his prize - which was not a requirement - he could have stayed and had BBQ thanks to Darrel's Catering along with the cast and crew of Hairspray. The brisket and sausage were awesome as usual. We had so many desserts that we will have a hard time getting to sleep. Not a bad way to enjoy a great time with the cast and crew of Hairspray. Until next time...
If you haven't seen Hairspray yet, then you need to join the 3300+ that have seen it or will see it! Over 85 minutes of fast paced, 60's style music, singing, and dancing! For a glimpse of the action during the show, check out our production photos or the commemorative poster from Hairspray! Thanks to Dave Clements of DWC Photography for the wonderful memories of the show!
If you prefer the magazine articles, see the June and July Dockline articles. Don't forget we will be doing the drawing for the cruise on Sunday - the last performance of Hairspray. Get your raffle tickets during the show before the drawing.
Get your tickets before it's too late!
The cast and crew of Hairspray marched, danced, and sang their way around the Market Street area in the Woodlands, TX. If an award was given for the greenest entry (i.e. least carbon footprint) they would have won as the vintage car they used had to be pushed all the way around the parade route. That did not deter or detract from the energy that the cast had while dancing, singing, and giving out rack cards to push the show. The parade was simulcast on Sunny 99.1 and the Woodlands Online website. See this video clip on the Hairspray cast. You can also read more about the show in the Dockline magazine.
After the show those that still had energy went to Red Robin for lunch. See pictures from the parade here.
Hairspray open this Friday on the 11th of July. Get your tickets today!
STAGE RIGHT of Texas, resident theatre company at the historic Crighton Theatre in downtown Conroe, is pleased to announce auditions for their upcoming production of The Dixie Swim Club by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten. The show will be directed by Amber Babcock. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
AUDITION DATES & TIMES:
June 8 & 9 at 7 pm
The historic Crighton Theatre
234 N. Main St.
Conroe, TX 77301
Auditions will be held in the upstairs rehearsal hall. Entrance to the rehearsal hall is at 117 Simonton Street (next door to the Red Brick Tavern).
REHEARSAL: Rehearsal will generally be held at the theatre Sunday-Thursday nights 7-10 pm.
September 5-21, 2014 , Friday & Saturday nights at 8 pm and three Sunday matinees at 2 pm. Tickets available at 936-441-7469 or www.stage-right.org.
Standing ovations every night?! Yes and more! Patrons have enjoyed the incredible performances and the preshow videos so much they don't want to leave the theatre.
Thanks to everyone who auditioned. It was hard to select from so many talented folks. See you Tuesday for rehearsal!
Tracy Turnblad ‐ Sara Marko
Edna Turnblad ‐ Michael Raabe
Wilbur Turnblad ‐ Todd Brady
Corny Collins ‐ Adam Isbell
Penny Pingleton ‐ Sara Preistly Kent
Amber von Tussle ‐ Sachi Tanaka
Velma von Tussle – Cristy Campobella
Link Larkin ‐ VIctor Suarez
Seaweed J. Stubbs ‐ R. Isaiah Owens
Motormouth Maybelle ‐ Tessie Bradford
Little Inez – Jaqueline Flores
The Dynamites ‐ Judine, Kamilah, and Shayna – Lacey Coleman, Amanda Craig, Robyn De LaPlaine
Prudy Pingleton – Carolyn Wong
Mr. Pinky – Phil Clarke
Gym teacher, Matron – Lindsay Freireich
Harriman Spritzer – David Herman
Gilbert – Sean Ford
Stooie – Iosua Malaki
Principal – David Alff
Duane – Adam O'Connor
Beatnik chick – Amanda Craig
Corney Collins Female Dancer (Tammy) – MIkki Woodard
Corney Collins Female Dancer (Brenda) – Cristal Magdaleno
Corney Collins Female Dancer (Shelley) – Ann Rabich
Corney Collins Female Dancer (Lou Ann) – Lauren Ferro
Corney Collins Female Dancer (Jane) – Lauren Eddings
Corney Collins Male Dancer (Brad) – NIck Champagne-Aves
Corney Collins Male Dancer (Fender) – Josh Sandros
Corney Collins Male Dancer (Sketch) – Roy Snow
Corney Collins Male Dancer (IQ) – Michael Wong
Corney Collins Male Dancer (Joe) – Iosua Malaki
Seeweed Dancers - Special Ed Kids – Iosua Malaki, Sean Fuld, Mykala Whitaker, Adam O'Connor, Jacqueline Flores
Teen Chorus – Joy Jones Luce, McKenna Castleberry, Drew Castleberry, Stephanie Wade, Evie Snowdy
Adult Chorus – David Alff, Phil Clarke, Amanda Craig, Sierra Escobar, Lindsay Freireich, David Herman, Melody Johnson, Ella Teddy
Hookers / Chorus – Ella Teddy, Melody Johnson
Anyone who auditioned is welcome to be in the chorus. Call us for details.
Hairspray Character Descriptions
Tracy Turnblad ‐ A pleasantly plump teenager with a big heart who has dreams of being a dancing star … as
soon as she's out of detention for her big hair. Tracy isn’t afraid to be herself and stand up for what she believes in.
She must be friendly, relentless, and goodhearted with a vibrant, lovable personality and love to sing and dance.
Tracy is on stage for a LOT of the show so she must have stamina and talent – she performs in 10+ numbers
including “Good Morning Baltimore,” “I Can Hear The Bells,” and many more! It is truly a BIG role! Mezzo‐Belt
Stage Age: 16‐19
Edna Turnblad ‐ Tracy’s kind, plus‐sized mother; runs a laundry business out of her home but hasn't been out in a
while. Played by Harvey Fierstein on Broadway, and John Travolta in the movie, this drag role requires a strong
comic male performer who is ready for his inner woman to take the spotlight Edna is not a man pretending to be a
woman, she is all woman! Just, you know, with a distinctive voice. Performs in 5+ numbers including “You're
Timeless To Me.” Tenor. Stage Age: 40+. Note that the role has been precast.
Over 600 patrons came to the opening weekend of Anything Goes. Critics claimed they had never seen that much dancing on the Crighton stage in 30+ years. Food, flowers, comedy, fantastic singing, tap dancing, and a chance to win a cruise! There is no better way to spend an evening. To see some of the production pictures click here.
Cast members from The Wizard of Oz were invited to perform at the CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County 19th Annual CASA Speaks For Kids Gala. The live and silent auctions offered exclusive and exciting unique finds for the hundreds of attendees. By supporting CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County, we joined the fight against child abuse and neglect in our community.
Stage Right loaned prop and set pieces from The Wizard of Oz to help decorate the hallway. Additionally, we donated prop pieces from the show for the silent auction.
Auditions for Driving Miss Daisy will be at the Crighton on Feb. 16-17 at 7 PM. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Note that NO roles have been precast.
Driving Miss Daisy is a 1989 American comedy-drama that enjoyed success on the screen and on-stage. The story defines Daisy and her point of view through a network of relationships and emotions by focusing on her home life, synagogue, friends, family, fears, and concerns over a 25-year period.
For more information about the show click here.