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A video "Curtain Call" interview with Ann Heap, Director of Box Steps.
and auditions for our Spring production of Oliver!
In April, the Board of Directors of Theatre Shenandoah regretfully accepted the resignation of President Sue Horne. Sue and her husband Mike had volunteered their time, talents, and energy to Theatre Shenandoah for many years, providing the impetus to bring Theatre Shenandoah to where it is today, and opening the door for an exciting future ahead of us. We cannot thank them enough for all they have done for this theater.
A Special Thank You
Just a note to let you know how delightful it was to meet you and your Staff of volunteers as well as the cast at today's performance! And I LOVEd all the beautiful British accents floating around!
Everyone was so welcoming and helpful-and to have those SUPER reserved seats! Wow! How nice!
My 5 8th-9th grade Confirmands (all BOYS!) actually ENJOYED the show! At Intermission, we huddled and reviewed the first Act... and they actually"GOT" it! That's a HUGE compliment to the cast especially their enunciation and projection! They, by the way, were marvelous-particularly Pilate and Herod! His vamping was a hoot!
I've done a little theater myself-so I can truly appreciate the effort, commitment and talent they displayed... even though I know their "salaries" were "exorbitant!" Thank you and all involved for giving our "neck of the woods" this creative, musically challenging, and (Whew!) exhausting show! It was just wonderful! A good time was had by all! Thank you, again!
The Rev. Cam Keyser
PS. We made some great new friends with those other rowdy Lutherans seated behind us! Smart thinking on your part. .. and it kept the normal German rowdiness in-check! :)
Please note that the house does not open until one-half hour before showtime.