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Home Past Productions 2010-2011 Spotlight Series A "New" Godspell
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 "GODSPELL"
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: "TANDY LEATHER FACTORY" !! 
Director & Concept Creator:
Richard Blake
Musical Director: Marlene Bigley
Choreographer: Heather Simmons
Costumer: Judy Wenzel
Stage Manager: Zachary Smith
Asst. to the Tech. Director & Asst. Stage Manager: Gavin Haubrich

CLICK HERE FOR THE AMAZING REVIEW!   WAY TO GO EVERYONE !!!

The Cast for “GODSPELL”, is as follows:

PRINCIPAL CAST:
Jesus: Raymond Hinds
Judas: Zachary Wooster
John the Baptist: Nathan Smith
Lamar: Tevin Cates
Jeffrey: David Rodriguez
Herb: Andy Truelove
Robin: Lorens Portalatin
Peggy: Miranda Culp
Sonia: Christina Cornevin
Gilmer: Macy Rand
Joanne: Audrey Davis

DISCIPLES & PHARISEES:
Duncan: Duncan McElveen
Stephanie: Stephanie Metz
Mary: Mary Wenzel
Abby: Abby Truelove
Brittany: Brittany Parrish
Corina: Corina Sosa

Check out our AMAZING CAST in our rehearsal & Promotional Video !

 

 

Synopsis:
In this "GODSPELL" YOU are part of the show!

Take a modern journey through the last seven days of the life of Jesus Christ, based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew. Patrons who are familiar with the show will be delighted by fresh aspects planned for the production.  This GODSPELL, with Direction by Richard S. Blake, Musical Direction by Marlene Bigley and Choreography by Heather Simmons, promises to be an interactive live theatre experience like you’ve never seen before.

The design for the production will be much sleeker and streamlined than the laid back, flower-child version that hit audiences back in 1971. The audience should not expect a man in a Superman T-shirt with long hair, but instead, a man with a smart phone, with his disciples following him on Facebook. Instead of the usual pre-show admonition to “turn off your cell phone,” this audience will be urged to Facebook and tweet their comments and reactions to the show in real time and become part of the live performance!

The themes are timeless and the piece is as relevant, if not more relevant today as it was 38 years ago. GODSPELL is one of those shows that seem to inspire a populace following whenever and wherever it is performed.

Production Photos:
* The slideshow below is for preview purposes only.  To view larger versions and/or purchase your own print,
         please visit our amazing Photographer, Paul Knudsen of Portfolio Studio and his website!

Last Updated on Monday, 07 November 2011 12:29