Lake Dillon Theatre Company presents one-weekend-only ‘Broadway Now and Then’
IF YOU GO
What: ‘Broadway Now and Then’
When: Sept. 23-24 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 25 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Lake Dillon Theatre Company, Interim Performance Space, 246-X Rainbow Drive (Outlets, Green Village), Silverthorne
Cost: Tickets start at $19 and may be purchased by visiting the Lake Dillon Theatre Company website at http://www.lakedillontheatre.org or by calling (970) 513-9386
The Lake Dillon Theatre Company (LDTC) continues its 22nd season with the annual fall cabaret “Broadway Now And Then,” an evening celebrating classic and contemporary Broadway. Performances are Sept. 23-24 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 25 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets start at $19 and may be purchased by visiting the Lake Dillon Theatre Company website at http://www.lakedillontheatre.org or by calling (970) 513-9386.
“Broadway Now and Then” will feature the classic Broadway music and also pay tribute to what is hip, new and beautiful about current Broadway.
“Musical theater is a uniquely American art form with its roots dating back more than 100 years,” said Chris Alleman, LDTC producing artistic director, in a statement. “We are taking our audiences on a journey through the many successful years of Broadway, celebrating songs and shows from years ago and also presenting the music from the new shows that continue to open each year in New York.”
Originating in 19th century Paris, cabarets originally showcased poets and artists performing in tight spaces for audiences reveling in their one-of-a-kind comedy, burlesque and even sociopolitical satire. Today, cabaret is once again finding its footing among crowds seeking a more intimate and meaningful performance experience.
The Lake Dillon Theatre Company Cabaret Series offers exciting concert engagements throughout the year celebrating the music of Broadway and beyond, while introducing Summit County to local and New York-based professional artists. A cabaret is different from a fully produced musical theater performance, or even a musical revue, because the performer herself or himself is part of the presentation.
“Broadway Now and Then” is a one-weekend-only event featuring returning LDTC performers Nicholas Park (“First Date”), Kelly Renoux (“Ragtimin… a Cabaret,” “Always,” “Patsy Cline,” “Lucky Stiff,” “I Love You Because,” “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” “Rumors and Bat Boy, the Musical”), Hunter Ringsmith (“Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure,” “First Date”) and Nina Waters (“Ring of Fire,” “Sweet Charity”).
The evening will be split into two acts. The first act of the night will feature classic Broadway music, including songs from “South Pacific,” “Little Women,” “Annie Get Your Gun” and “Sweeney Todd.” This will be followed by a tribute to the music of what is new and beautiful about current Broadway, including songs from “Sister Act,” “Beautiful,” “The Book of Mormon” and “Spring Awakening.”
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