On November 10, 2017, the County Line Community Band will perform its World War I Remembrance Concert at the University of the Incarnate Word at 6:30 p.m. in the Luella Bennack Concert Hall.Read More
The Texas Premiere!
This was one of the first times that the publishers had licensed the musical to be produced at a regional or community theater anywhere in the county and it was the very first time in Texas!
I think that the Director, George Green and his team nailed it pretty well!
DOM CLAUDE FROLLO - Bob Galindo
QUASIMODO - Nick Szoeke
CLOPIN TROUILLEFOU - Sean Salazar
CAPT. PHOEBUS DE MARTIN - Quinn Johnson
LT. FREDERIC CHARLUS - Macaulay Hammond
ESMERALDA- Alyssa Lopez
JEHAN FROLLO - Travis Trevino
FLORIKA - Josey Porras
FATHER DUPIN - Ryan Campen
KING LOUIS XI - David Nanny
TRIBUNAL OFFICIAL - Ramsey Sweatmon
MADAME - Corina Zars
SAINT APHRODISIUS - Robert Nauman
CONGREGATION/ ENSEMBLE - Madeline Gutierrez
CONGREGATION/ ENSEMBLE - Alyssa Araguz
CONGREGATION/ ENSEMBLE - Luis Legaspi
CONGREGATION/ ENSEMBLE - Carrie Daniels
CONGREGATION/ ENSEMBLE - Stephanie Clark
CONGREGATION/ ENSEMBLE - Robert Gonzalez
CHOIR - Christopher Miller
CHOIR - Rebecca Trinidad
CHOIR - Katy Galindo
CHOIR - Nicole Erwin
CHOIR - Jennifer Hoskins
CHOIR - Megan DeYoung
CHOIR - Rob Shaver
CHOIR - Ben Scharff
CHOIR - Victor Trevino
CHOIR - Luke Trevino
CHOIR - Chancey Blackburn
There are two types of people in this world.
Those who love Nick Szoeke ... and those that haven't met him yet
The Texas Premier of The Hunchback of Notre Dame opened last night to a full house and a stand O. A fine way to start!Read More
9 shows, 9 Dress Runs, 5 archive shoots ... and these are the best! Before we begin the 2017-18 Season, let's look backwards abit.Read More
With the opening of 'Hairspray', I've completed my first season as the photographer for The Playhouse. These are my picks as the best for each of the nine shows.Read More
'Hairspray' opened up this weekend at The Playhouse. Their season closer, LOTS of folks have been waiting for this gem to arrive!Read More
A new school year and new friends. Sounds great, right? Not so much for Junie B.Read More
The dual-language version of the Disney musical is ideal viewing for kids of all ages.Read More
The famed playwright's colorful characters come to vibrant life in the Classic's new production.Read More
A hammer can help build a house to keep your family warm ... or you can smash fingers with it. How you use your tools is important!Read More
Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit as presented by Ignite Community Theater.Read More
In which I describe why I do what I do and how I'm trying to evolve it.Read More
"Frankly, I didn’t think I was good enough to do professional theater" - Sarah "Wrong!" - danscapeRead More
The Playhouse San Antonio has just announced that All is Calm has been added to their 2016-17 Season and I couldn't be more pleased as I have a fond history with that productionRead More
My very last show with The Modern Theater family, Dogfight, directed by my dear friend, Abbey CrawfordRead More
Based on Miguel de Cervantes' fantastic 'Don Quixote', 'The Man of La Mancha' created a whole new audience for this historical work. Now, The Modern Theater - Spokane and Director Troy Nickerson, give it their special, updated treatment.Read More
Andrew Lloyd Webber's stunning musical 'Evita' made its appearance at University High School in Spokane Valley. I'm quite certain Mr Webber would be quite pleased ... and you will be, too!Read More
In a few weeks, we'll present another show. But first, we get to create more imagery!Read More
'Next to Normal' is just wrapping up at The Bing Crosby Theater. If you miss this one, you're missing a true gem!Read More
Arthur Miller is one of the finest chroniclers of post-World War II America. His 1949 play “Death of a Salesman” is rightfully held as the gold standard in U.S. theater, with its exploration of the American dream and all the pitfalls that come with trying to achieve it.
Two years earlier, Miller found his first success on stage with another exploration of the American dream, “All My Sons.” Inspired by real-life events, it centers on two families – friends, neighbors and colleagues – whose lives are undone by a selfish act. It’s a powerful piece of theater and the Modern Theater Coeur d’Alene has done it justice.
“All My Sons” is not an easy night of theater. There’s a lot of tension between these characters, and director Davis does an excellent job of guiding his actors in maintaining that tension to maximum effect. The first act builds, then things blast apart after intermission. When the final plot turn arrives, it is a foregone conclusion. But that doesn’t stop it from being a shock nonetheless. - Carolyn Lamberson at The Spokesman-Review
What a fantastic story and what an all-star cast! Such a powerful tale needed striking images. During WWII, newspaper articles and letters from the war zone were important sources of information sharing and for communicating with family back home. Those two mediums have a strong impact on 'All My Sons' and I felt that they should have some influence on the portraits.
As is always the case, the power of these images doesn't come from my fancy camera or special software. It comes from the dedication of the talent in front of the camera. Even young Mr Dixon, Little Bert, did such an amazing job, no?
I love my job and I'm so lucky to be able to meet and capture so many of these wonderful artists. Next show that I'll be shooting .... Last of The Boys by Steven Dietz