Productions

Production History

»Posted on Dec 13, 2011 in Productions

Production History

November 2001 – AEA 29-hour staged reading at Douglas Fairbanks Theater, produced by Amy Herzog/The Assistants Theater Company, directed by Matt Morrow May 2002 – AEA 29-hour staged reading at the York Theater, produced by York Developmental Reading Series, Jeff Landesman, Series Coordinator, James Morgan, Artistic Director, directed by Matt Morrow November 2003 – AEA 29-hour staged reading at ATA Theater, Amas 6 o’clock Musicals Series, produced by Amas Musical Theater, Donna Trinkoff, Producing Director, directed by Matt Morrow February 2006 – Amateur production at Northland Community & Technical College, Thief River Falls, Minnesota March 2007 – Amateur production at Rancho Alamitos High School, Garden Grove, California 2007 – Amateur...

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Spring Hill High School

»Posted on Oct 21, 2011 in Productions

Spring Hill High School

“[SPIN] was a hit! The cast was wonderful!  Spring Hill High School thanks you for a great musical.” –Laura Langham, Music Director, Spring Hill High School “We love your musical!” –Brad Harden, Speech and Theater Teacher, Spring Hill High School

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Rancho Alamitos High School

»Posted on Oct 14, 2011 in Gallery, Productions

Rancho Alamitos High School

“I have done several big named musicals in the past but few can compare to SPIN: A MUSICAL MYTH.   The show was a great hit with our students because we truly got to create something original because we had no preconception of what the show looked like.  We got to use our imagination and create something different. “The show was also easy to produce.  It has a flexible cast that makes it adaptable for most high schools.  The music was easy to teach because there is a good reference recording on the website and the score was easy to read.  Also, the script has great ideas on scenery and some suggested stage directions, which made my job a lot easier. “If I was looking for a musical with a flexible cast, great music, and a memorable story...

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Alhambra High School

»Posted on Oct 14, 2011 in Gallery, Productions

Alhambra High School

“SPIN rocks! First of all, this musical rocks! Just had to get that off my chest. My name is Brandon and I will be playing Cosmo in Alhambra High Schools production of SPIN: A Musical Myth!!! … To me, he seems like the assistant to Vanessa Williams from Ugly Betty (in the beginning) and more of a friend towards the end.” * * * * “Our last show is tomorrow at 3:15 pm. The amazing ride may be over, but the spirit it left behind is so strong!” –Brandon De Santiago, “Cosmo”, Alhambra High School “Oh my god this production of SPIN is AWESOME – seriously it is one of those special productions that only comes along every once and awhile- Everything- set/actors/costumes/the band- it has all been touched by magic- This whole...

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Cleveland Play House

»Posted on Oct 14, 2011 in Gallery, Productions

Cleveland Play House

“SPIN examines big ideas in a fun way that both captivates and entertains audiences.” “SPIN, at its heart, is a story about self-discovery. While it possesses seemingly simple themes, SPIN is incredibly complex. The musical has a dark underbelly that was exciting to explore as a director. All of the characters have personal struggles to overcome, making them incredibly real, interesting, and dynamic three-dimensional people. “It was an absolute joy to direct SPIN and uncover each layer of the musical with the cast and creative team.  While SPIN takes place thousands of years ago, it is a relevant, universal story that was not only meaningful to work on, but share with audiences.” – Galya Loeb, co-director, Cleveland Play House...

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