Congratulations to ACT, Lamplighter’s Away, Thanks, Big Band Music, Get Well Bob, Arcadians is turning 50, “A Song for You”, Tommy, Welcome to Jack, Leader of the Pack
Welcome, Well Done to Carousel, New 2013 Committee, Congratulations to the New Life Members, Position Vacant – please consider, It’s Time to Party – Our 50th Anniversary Celebrations, Contemporary Theatre Workshops are BACK, Early Bird Prices, ACT Presents – Cabbage Patch Dragon, Expressions of Interest – the 2014 Season, Leader of the Pack Cast,
Coming Soon….Tommy, Concerts, Morning Melodies, Have YOU Renewed Your Membership, News from ACT, For Your Diary
If you need to get in touch with the Tommy production team email us email@example.com
The launch for our 2014 season, which is our 50th year, will be on Wednesday 31st of July 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
The Arcadians Lamplighters and Minstrels proudly present ‘A Song For You’ on Tuesday 6th of August & Sunday 11th of August BOOK TICKETS HERE
Sheerluck Holmes is the next production for the Arcadians Children’s Theatre Season is 20th September – 22nd September BOOK TICKETS HERE
The Editor say Hi!, Going round with Carousel, Well Done Men Aloud, Security, Notice of the AGM, Why not consider a Season Pass, 2013 Membership Fees NOW Due, Leader of the Pack information nights, Positions Vacant
Welcome to 2013, Can you hear the Men Aloud, Don’t miss out on the 2013 Season Pass, AGM Notification, Membership Renewal – Pay Online NOW, Are you getting your Newsletter…., Introducing the Contemporary Music Workshops, Why not Join Committee…..
The Arcadians Theatre Group is introducing a season ticket! One price – three shows $66 – only one booking fee and you get to select your seats a week before they go on sale! BUY IT NOW this offer is available until the 8th of March 2013. The season pass excludes tickets to our concert Men ALOUD which is on Feb 9th & 10th $15 flat price for everyone
Following the spectacular success of the first Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, Oklahoma! (1943), the pair sought to collaborate on another piece, knowing that any resulting work would be compared with Oklahoma!, most likely unfavorably. They were initially reluctant to seek the rights to Liliom; Molnár had refused permission for the work to be adapted in the past, and the original ending was considered too depressing for the musical theatre. After acquiring the rights, the team created a work with lengthy sequences of music and made the ending more hopeful.
The musical required considerable modification during out-of-town tryouts, but once it opened on Broadway on April 19, 1945, it was an immediate hit with both critics and audiences. Carousel initially ran for 890 performances and duplicated its success in the West End in 1950. Though it has never achieved as much commercial success as Oklahoma!, the piece has been repeatedly revived, and has been recorded several times. A production by Nicholas Hytner enjoyed success in 1992 in London, in 1994 in New York and on tour. In 1999, Time magazine named Carousel the best musical of the 20th century.
From the Editor, Congratulations to the Cast of Carousel, The Photocopier, Request from the MMMM, Receiving the Newsletter online, Come see Into the Woods, Your Say, Listening of the Month, Quote of the Month
2013 Season Launch, In Memory, “There Was Just But One McD” by Lawrence F. Bond, Come and ride the “Carousel” Information nights, Get lost with “Into the Woods”, Listening of the Month, Going Green with the Newsletter, How to Access your Newsletter online
2013 Season Launch, Sound of Music Congratulations & Wrap -Up, Raising the Roof and Surprises, Receiving the Newsletter from 2013, Script Deposits, Front of House, You’re History, Into the Woods cast announced, Congratulations and New Beginnings
When a nerdy teenager turns a portable classroom into a time machine, a mischievous detention class is sent hurtling back through history! The time-warped team discover vicious Vikings, pilates-practicing pirates, disco-happy gladiators, a rapping Romeo and Juliet and the infamous Oedipus on Jerry Springer. A rollicking musical chock-full of wonderful characters, historical mayhem and sensational songs. A hip, intelligent production that will rock the house!
The Arcadians Children’s Theatre will present You’re History Sept 21 – 23 buy tickets here