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The Boy From Oz at Winston-Salem Theatre AllianceWinston-Salem Theatre Alliance presents the dazzling Tony Award-winning musical The Boy From Oz April 14 through 23.
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Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance is seeking 3 African-American women and 2 African-American men to round out our Ensemble (especially “Church Ladies”) of “The Color Purple” (runs May 12-21). Please contact Artistic Director Jamie Lawson at email@example.com with your interest. ... See MoreSee Less
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Considering auditioning for a show? Check out our event page for auditions coming up April 1st! Lots of great info in the discussion posts! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy World Theatre Day from Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance!
Whether you participate onstage, backstage, or in the audience, YOU are a part of the theatre community and we’re so grateful for you!
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My husband and I had our first kiss on stage in our high school production of My Fair Lady. After he passed away, I found a ticket from that show in his wallet.
The applause after "A Musical" in Something Rotten for the opening night after pandemic delays and the new space was prepared. It was very difficult to not cry with the energy and the full two minutes of a standing ovation for a number in the middle of Act 1. After all of the time off for the Pandemic. The energy for the show that night was something that I had never felt before and haven't felt since. We were truly a family that evening and in that moment. I will ALWAYS cherish that. One of the best roles, best shows, and one of the best moments of theatre in my life by far.
Back in 2003, I auditioned for a production of Twelfth Night at a Peoria, Illinois community theater. I’d been in town for about two years, had done one show there already, and couldn’t pass up an opportunity to do Shakespeare. I got cast as Malvolio, which was awesome. But I also met and started dating the actress playing Olivia. Spoiler Alert: We’re married now.
Playing a munchkin in the wizard of oz and everything since . But most importantly getting to spend my life with Jamie doing what he loves . Today we should remember those who give their life and countless hours of their time to provide everyone else a place to have fun , especially in community theatres.
While I’ve done many shows at TA, the recent production of Titanic will always be one of the special ones. I think the fact that we were playing real individuals who lived the nightmare of the sinking of the ship, made the show extra special for all of us. It’s a humble experience when you portray a real-life person.
All the fun shows of Rocky Horror I have played and look forward to playing again in October. I was introduced to this theater with the first performance and was hooked ever since.
My greatest theatre experience, and this having been involved in theatre since playing the top point of the Christmas star in my 1st grade play and having a bachelor’s degree in theatre, has been watching my now 21 year old son Ben perform in multiple shows at TA and KLT, and being fully accepted for the quirky, funny, sensitive weirdo he is! Special thanks to his theatre parents, Jenny Lawrence and John C. Wilson., and Seph Schonekas , Gray Smith, and Jamie Lawson for being such great role models.
Some more history from The Boy from Oz!
The story of Peter Allen wouldn't be complete with out these lovely ladies! Judy Garland watched Peter while he was performing in Hong Kong and took him back to be her opening act in New York. It was then that Peter was introduced to Judy's daughter, Liza Minnelli. They were married from 1967-1974. It was while they were married that Peter's mother-in-law, Liza's mother, Judy Garland passed away.
Come see the portrayals of Liza Minnelli and Judy Garland in The Boy from Oz.
Opens April 14!
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Congratulations to our cast and crew for tackling Shakespeare and putting on a spectacular show! We are so proud of all of your hard work and appreciate every single one of you! 💞 ... See MoreSee Less
Once again, the talent in Winston-Salem exceeds every expectation
I really enjoyed today's performance. Great job everybody!
Congratulations on a stellar run! ✨️
Everyone did an amazing job!
Truly enjoyed this play. Always enjoy coming and looking forward to another one. Thank you.
First look at our production of “The Boy from Oz” in these photo shoot candids! This fast-paced look at the life of Australian musical legend Peter Allen offers great songs like “I Honestly Love You,” “I Go to Rio,” “Don’t Cry Out Loud,” “Love Crazy,” “When I Get My Name in Lights,” “The Best That You Can Do,” ”Not the Boy Next Door,” “Everything Old is New Again,” “I Still Call Australia Home,” and MORE!
Featuring Gray Smith as Peter Allen, Dianne Paukstelis as Judy Garland, and Rebecca Askew as Liza Minelli…all part of our fantastic Cast! Dance your way into the world of Peter Allen, starting April 14!
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Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County ... See MoreSee Less
I HAVE MY TICKETS!!
See you all then.
Wow, that's what I call a stiff drink!
Cannot wait for this show!!😍
Oh hell, this is going to be awesome!
Already have tickets
May I shadow volunteer
Amp it up and ramp it up!!!
I have a few items of clothing I would like to donate, who do I call?
Just purchased tickets!
Last chance to be in Verona and catch our final performance of Romeo and Juliet today at 2! 🌹
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Special Thanks: Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County
Photo: Neil Jester - Fine Art Photography
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