Tuesday, December 15, 2009
The Liberty Cabaret will be an evening of music and song, music directed by Tammi Dahl with accompaniment by Kristen Criado. We are looking for singers to perform 2-3 songs, solo - duets - and groups. This will be a nice, relaxed evening of song - no major movement or dance.
Auditions are Monday December 21 at 7pm at the Barrow-Civic Theatre, use the alley door. Please bring a short prepared piece to sing. We are looking for a small, intimate group of singers (6-8). Songs for the cast will be assigned after auditions and casting is complete.
Presented in the Little Theatre as part of the TILT Dinner Series
Composed in 1741, Messiah is Handel’s most famous creations, it’s uplifting and wondrous music performed annually around the world to millions of fans. A holiday favorite at the BCT, this year features solo recitative performances by Randy Bowser, Nate Hall, Jennifer Lofink, Amanda Lawton, Daniel Lovestrand, Katie Kirby-Rogers, Sonja Firster, Linda Leisher, Denise Mains, Becky Grove, and Janelle Chambers.
Over 60 singers are in the full Messiah chorus in an evening highlighted by the Hallelujah Chorus and ending with the traditional audience sing-a-long to our favorite holiday songs. Under the direction this year of Zachary Covington, Messiah performs for one show only on December 18th at 8pm.
Get your tickets at http://www.barrowtheatre.com/ or call the Box Office at 814-437-3440 or 800-537-7769 - don't wait!
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Due to circumstances beyond the control of the theatre, the Box Office News will not be published in the Good Times on Friday December 11th. So....here it is....please share this with friends and pass it around....the Box Office news will return to the Good Times on December 18th.
Friday, December 4, 2009
A Christmas Carol opens tonight for five shows, Dec 4-5 and 11-13 at the Barrow-Civic Theatre. Starring Al Shilling as Ebenezer Scrooge. Tickets available at http://www.barrowtheatre.com/ or through the Box Office 814-437-3440/800-537-7769
Today's article in the Good Times, published in The Derrick and News Herald Papers (click to enlarge):
See you at the theatre!