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Musical theatre workshops and productions

Category: Moment

Backstage at THE MOMENT

This blog is written by a guest contributor – Maddy Buchta.  Stay tuned for some great news about our show MILEY CHASE THE SCIENCE ACE.  Till next time – Larry Little, Producer Theatre is known for its spectacle, and a part of that spectacle that people often overlook is a production’s marketing.  The first impression

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THE MOMENT as a stage show.

The retreat started at 6pm on a Monday night.  Not the typical time retreats start, but this was no typical retreat.  The goal: develop our  virtual musical THE MOMENT into a stage show.  The participants: James Zager (dramaturg), Nicholas Reinhart (Assistant Producer) and myself.  We had 1 ½ days to find a way to make

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THE MOMENT – Video from First Scene

Kamala’s at the Podium Now This is the first scene from THE MOMENT – a new musical for actors ages 15-22. The character is Camiya, a mixed race young woman, whose life is changed as she witnesses the reality that Kamala Harris will be the next Vice President of the United States.

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The Moment – it happens and everything changes!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from CPA Theatricals! We have been very busy here, and I am excited to announce that we have created a new zoom musical.  This musical is intended for performance by actors ages 15-20.  The title is  –  THE MOMENT – each scene focuses on a moment in each character’s life

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The Moment!

A New Online, Virtual Zoomsical!  NOW Available as a stage musical as well! TWO Versions: – A completely virtual musical, able to be rehearsed and performed by students from their own homes.  – A STAGE version, with added scenes and adult characters. VIRTUAL: Comprising 17 scenes, this musical is designed for all students to have a monologue,

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Meet the Writers of “The Moment”

Here are the writers of THE MOMENT Dylan MarcAurele (Music) is a NYC-based composer, writer, and orchestrator. He is a recipient of the Dramatists Guild Foundation Fellowship, through which he and writing partner Mike Ross are developing their folk-musical tragicomedy Lewis Loves Clark, or, Bill and Meriwether’s Very Excellent Adventure. He composed the score for

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