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Projects listed Chronologically from Most Recent
The Sound of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein
Directed by Matt Kunkel - The Muny
Considered by many to be the world’s most beloved musical, The Sound of Music reminds us that with high-spirited hope, heartfelt compassion and unwavering determination, life’s mountains can always be climbed. With its Tony, Grammy and Academy Award-winning score, including “Do-Re-Mi,” “My Favorite Things,” “Edelweiss” and the iconic title track “The Sound of Music,” the hills of Forest Park come alive once more!
The Living by Anthony Clarvoe
Directed by Jennifer Wintzer - Webster Conservatory
In his disguised AIDS play, Mr. Clarvoe is asking the audience to draw obvious but misguided parallels between a currently killing virus in alarming ascent and a remote scourge, giving no part to research (beyond statistics), education or, for that matter, rationality.
Open, Stay by Anna DeNoia
Directed by Anna DeNoia - Hawthorn Woods
Open, Stay is a collection of moments from ten different love stories— beginnings, endings and in-betweens, as well as the moments that come long after we say goodbye. It is an exploration of how we love and how we lose one another, all connected to the need that brings us together— the need for each other.
Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
Directed by Jason Spelbring - Webster University
Viola has been shipwrecked in a violent storm off the coast of Illyria; in the process she has lost her twin brother, Sebastian. She disguises herself as a boy and assumes the name Cesario for protection. Thus disguised, Viola enters the world of Twelfth Night. This cross-dressing, ship-wreck surviving, poetry-loving girl finds herself at the center of a not-so-average love triangle.
Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare
Directed by Melissa Rain Anderson - Webster University
Romance, revelry and enchanting music ignite in this contemporary, yet lovingly faithful, musical adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy. Using the original text, Love's Labour's Lost reunites Obie Award winner, Michael Friedman (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, The Fortress of Solitude) and two-time Tony Award nominee, Alex Timbers (Peter and the Starcatcher) as they bring their one-of-a-kind sensibility to the immortal words of the Bard.