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We are so excited to be gearing up for another chorus|line|cabaret and to be exploring the musicals of the very talented composer Charles Strouse. GGG’s chorus|line|cabaret 13 will explore some of the composer’s big hits including Bye, Bye Birdie, Applause and Annie along with some of his unlucky flops like Rags, All American and of course Annie 2. That’s right. There’s an Annie 2. Two different ones, actually…
Gotta Getta Gimmick is currently seeking music theatre artists (recreational to professional) interested in being part of a longer four week intensive workshop where you will have the opportunity to work in a fast paced, challenging learning environment coached by top theatre professionals. GGG’s clc 13: Charles Strouse will be lead by Artistic Director Brad L’Écuyer with coaching by Shane Snow (GGG’s very first director and an award-winning actor and director who has worked across the country for companies including the Arts Club, Vancouver Playhouse, Chemainus Theatre Festival Theatre Calgary and Montreal’s Centaur Theatre.)
Please note: Rehearsals will be Sunday and Monday nights over a new FOUR WEEK process. We are currently choosing material and casting – so you should reply to this email or fill out the form at the link below this by Sunday, February 1, 2015. Please let us know if you are interested or not – we don’t want to miss or harass you!!!
clc 13: Schedule:
Sunday evening, February 8
Monday evening, February 9
Sunday evening, February 15
Monday evening, February 16
Sunday evening, Februrary 22
Monday evening, February 23
Sunday evening, March 1
Cabaret: Monday evening, March 2
Bye, Bye Birdie | All American | Annie | Rags | Applause
| It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane, It’s Superman | And More…
GGG celebrates lucky cabaret #13 with the amazing career of legendary composer Charles Strouse.
GGG’s clc13 will study material from some of the twenty musicals for which Strouse composed music for in a fifty-five year career that still continues today. But this cabaret will also be a special look backstage and into the world of Broadway in its heyday. Strouse was involved in some of Broadway’s most legendary flops including two sequels: Annie 2, Miss Hannigan’s Revenge (which was later rewritten to become Annie Warbucks) and Bring Back Birdie (which closed after 4 performances.) And disasters like that come with all sorts of great stories!