Making the stage work hammered out at North Park Theater on long running musicals open San Diegans eyes, and ears, to local Broadway stays traditional enterprise at the San Diego Musical Theater. This December, until the last song line on the 22nd, Irving Berlin's White Christmas, the musical, draws in the audiences looking to take in an old love story.
Two lead men and two women who echo in the ears, at a Vermont lodge, build up the "momentum and energy" expereienced by the musical crowd who open their hearts to "one of the only true American art forms."
The workshop with offices on Mercury Street puts on the White Christmas productions, the SDTCC gave a costume design award, just to make the human spirit inspired by music thrrive. Music plays to reinspire good taste. And nostalgia.
Popular takes on old tempos began with The Full Monty inaugural performance. Props, at the University Avenue and 29th Street grand hall, again, fill the North Park stage with the standing work professional actors and musicians, and the set technicians, do, again and again, thanked by the crowds warmed up in the heart, and make the show come off.
All the thanks, next March 21st, goes to the Jellicle cats Andrew LLoyd Weber gave a voice that cries out the poetic lone words T.S. Eliot wrote in Old Possum's book. Steps on the North Park stage work up the crowd sounds heard on New York City's Broadway, at the Wintergarten Theater.
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