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.
Win a cruise to Mexico, Grand Cayman, and Jamaica! For the next three shows we will be raffling a cruise to Mexico departing from the port of Galveston! Travel to a Caribbean island perched atop a coral reef: Cozumel. Drift among star corals and sea fans on a Cozumel diving excursion or simply kick back on the beach as the turquoise waves roll in. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the ruins of the ancient Mayan city of Tulum, majestically perched above the turquoise Caribbean. Swim with the dolphins or spend the day shopping onshore!
Next is Grand Cayman - a group of three magnificent tropical islands Christopher Columbus called "Las Tortugas" (the turtles) for the sea creatures he found in the ocean water. Among other attractions, visitors to the island will enjoy learning about the turtles, exploring Seven-Mile Beach and enjoying the undersea world.
Last stop is Jamaica where beachcomers can spend time on the white sands and enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. Take a leasurely ride in a glass bottom boat and see underwater life without having to snorkel or scuba dive. Visit the spectacular Dunn's River Falls near Ocho Rios, where you can climb 600 feet up from the base of the falls or retreat to the beach where the rushing water exits into the ocean. At Dolphin Cove you can watch the dolphins at play or walk through the jungle to see friendly birds and iguanas.
This eight day, seven night cruise will be awarded to one lucky couple on the last performance of the season (Hairspray - July 27, 2014). Tickets are $5 each or five tickets for $20. You can buy tickets during intermission or purchase tickets online (button at the top). Proceeds will support future Stage Right shows at the Crighton.
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.
STAGE RIGHT is pleased to present the following shows during the 2014-2015 Season. Audition dates and performance dates are tentative and may change. Check the website for updated information. Note that Christmas and summer shows are likely to have 3 matinees with a total of 9 performances.
By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten
Dramatists Play Service
Auditions: June 8 & 9, 2014
Performances: Sept. 5-21, 2014
By Barbara Robinson
Auditions: Sept. 7-8, 2014
Performances: Dec. 5-21, 2014
Screenplay by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Songs by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed
Music Theatre International
Auditions: Sept. 14-15, 2014
Performances: Feb. 13-March 1, 2015
By Horton Foote
Dramatists Play Service
Auditions: Feb. 15-16, 2015
Performances: Apr. 17 - May 3, 2015
Music by Jeanine Tesori
Book and Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire
Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig
Music Theatre International
Auditions: Apr. 19-20, 2015
Performances: July 10-26, 2015
A big thank you to everyone that came to audition for ANYTHING GOES. Wow! Don't know if the Crighton stage has ever had that many tapping talented feet on it all at one time but you all certainly made director Randy Bianchi job very hard. Well done! If not cast in the show, please consider helping backstage. We are in need sound and light board operators - training provided! We also need folks to help on running crew.
Members of the community that wanted to be a part of Anything Goes just completed a singing, dancing, and reading audition. To see the dance audition portion, click on youtube. This is 23 seconds of the opening number for Anything Goes. Incidentally, the opening number is over 7 minutes. The shortened version of the dance number was performed on the 2011 Tony Awards.
It will be a comedy and dance extravaganza! Get your tickets today!
Join our unlikely hero and his loyal steed Donkey as they embark on a quest to rescue the beautiful (if slightly temperamen
A Trip to Bountiful tells the story of an elderly woman, Carrie Watts, who wants to return home to the small town where she grew up, but is frequently stopped from leaving Houston, Texas by her daughter-in-law and an overprotective son who will not let her travel alone.
Old Mrs. Watts is determined to outwit her son and bossy daughter-in-law, and sets out to catch a train, only to find that trains do not go to Bountiful anymore. She eventually boards a bus to a town near her childhood home. On the journey, she befriends a girl traveling alone and reminisces about her younger years and grieves for her lost relatives. Her son and daughter-in-law eventually track her down, with the help of the local police force. However, Mrs. Watts is determined. The local sheriff, moved by her yearning to visit her girlhood home, offers to drive her out to what remains of Bountiful. The village is deserted, and the few remaining houses are derelict. Mrs. Watts is moved to tears as she surveys her father's land and the remains of the family home. Her son eventually turns up, and drives her back to Houston.
The silent-film romantic team of Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont is the toast of Tinseltown.