NEWS

STEM. Or, the Day They Misspelled STEAM!

Science, Technology, Engineering, Math. STEM an important trend in education since 2005. Like any trend, many people and companies jumped and are still jumping onto the band wagon. Is this bad? Certainly not. Is it wrong? Most definitely. There are many who feel an...

ALLEGIANCE – This Is What Art Can Do For Mankind!

Like an old saw, I say it over and over again.  The arts, in all its forms, are the best communicator of the human condition. The arts are the soul of man's humanity and through the visual and performing arts we are able to put man's inhumanity to man under the...

The Show Must Go On…No Matter What

This past weekend was the double show weekend. Usually we don't have shows on both Saturday AND Sunday, so it's always a challenge to keep the show fresh. I have no problem doing a show more than once a week - I usually prefer it. This past weekend however, it was the...

Outreach Events and Promotions

Some of the duties as a non-profit theatre company that you kinda have to do are outreach events and promotions. Recently, I've just been on three of these and I figured I'd share the experiences with you all. The first I went on was a two-assembly performance at...

Opening Day!

I just got back from our opening day party hosted by the "Kansas House Movers Association" (again, our adult chorus has too much time on their hands...see picture below) cute, huh? I am pleased to say that opening did go well in comparison to every other...

9 Days Till Opening!

I still can't believe it's so soon. We have two press events tonight and then we have our first rehearsal with the orchestra, which I'm very excited for. This score is really beautiful. If you've never heard the RSC London recording of Wizard of Oz, I really recommend...

Hi Everyone!

Hi everyone! My name is Sarah Smithton and I've attended three USPA camps in the past. In 06 I took Spectrum Theatre (one of the original members!) and Musical Theatre Session 1, and then in 07 I was in the Musical Theatre Conservatory, all at UCLA. I recently (well,...