Young Frankenstein

Weekends • October 3 – November 2, 2014 

Winner of the 2008 Outer critics Circle Award for Best Musical. Young Frankenstein is Mel Brook’s newest Broadway Musical Endeavor. This musical comedy is based on the classic Mel Brooks movie Young Frankenstein. All of the great comedic moments of the original film are there but with new energetic and hilarious song and dance production numbers. This show is sure to be a hit with our guests who loved the Producers! 

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Young Frankenstein

Weekends • October 3 – November 2, 2014 

Winner of the 2008 Outer critics Circle Award for Best Musical. Young Frankenstein is Mel Brook’s newest Broadway Musical Endeavor. This musical comedy is based on the classic Mel Brooks movie Young Frankenstein. All of the great comedic moments of the original film are there but with new energetic and hilarious song and dance production numbers. This show is sure to be a hit with our guests who loved the Producers! 

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Young Frankenstein

Weekends • October 3 – November 2, 2014 

Winner of the 2008 Outer critics Circle Award for Best Musical. Young Frankenstein is Mel Brook’s newest Broadway Musical Endeavor. This musical comedy is based on the classic Mel Brooks movie Young Frankenstein. All of the great comedic moments of the original film are there but with new energetic and hilarious song and dance production numbers. This show is sure to be a hit with our guests who loved the Producers! 

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Songs for a New World

August 29 – September 7, 2014

This Jason Robert Brown musical has become a favorite among theater goers around the world. Originally written in 1995 this show quickly gained immense popularity and has been performed thousands of times globally. The show sits on the boundary between musical and song cyclebut it is neither; it is an abstract musical, a series of songs all connected by a theme: “the moment of decision.” The show employs five performers who do not literally play the same characters throughout the show but who do have consistently developing character arcs nonetheless. Composer Jason Robert Brown has said of his show, “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.

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Songs for a New World

August 29 – September 7, 2014

This Jason Robert Brown musical has become a favorite among theater goers around the world. Originally written in 1995 this show quickly gained immense popularity and has been performed thousands of times globally. The show sits on the boundary between musical and song cyclebut it is neither; it is an abstract musical, a series of songs all connected by a theme: “the moment of decision.” The show employs five performers who do not literally play the same characters throughout the show but who do have consistently developing character arcs nonetheless. Composer Jason Robert Brown has said of his show, “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.

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RSVP NOW FOR THE ARTS CONNECTION 2014 CONFERENCE!

Come join us for an inspiring full-day convening of Arts Professionals (including visual artists, performers, arts administrators, educators, and advocates) from throughout the County of San Bernardino. The 2014 Arts Connection Conference will provide presentations, workshops, roundtable discussions and networking opportunities to enrich and build your professional careers and stimulate the creative and economic vitality of our region.

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The Gestalt Theatre Project is casting for its production of Martin McDonagh’s “The Pillowman,” directed by Patrick Brien, which will run at The Box in downtown Riverside’s Fox Entertainment Plaza from October 31 – November 2, 2014. Rehearsals begin in September 2014. Seeking the following:

Katurian – The writer. Late 20s – 30s.

Michal – The brother. Developmentally disabled through years of childhood torture. Late 20s – 30s.

Tupolski – The lead detective. Representative of a totalitarian government. 30s – 50s.

Ariel – The “bad cop.” Rough. Edgy. 30s – 50s.

Father – Multiple father roles played in tableau sequences. 30s – 50s.

Auditions will be held at The Box, located on the second floor of the Fox Entertainment Plaza, on July 28 at 6:30 p.m. Be prepared to read from the script. Sides will be provided (for a complete list of sides, please visit www.GestaltTheatreProject.com). Please note that this play contains adult language and disturbing themes. There is no pay. The Fox Entertainment Plaza is located at 3635 Market Street, Riverside CA 92501.

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Romance/Romance

by: Keith Herrmann and Barry Harman

The show is composed of two acts linked only by the common theme of love and one song performed in both acts. The first, The Little Comedy, is based on a short story by Arthur Schnitzler and explores the budding relationship between two people who have adopted personas other than their own. Set in late 19th century Vienna, it focuses on Josefine, a demimonde weary of the social life provided by her upper class lovers, and wealthy playboy Alfred, who has tired of a seemingly endless round of inconsequential affairs. She assumes the guise of a working class woman, while he pretends to be a struggling poet, and the two meet while enjoying their new identities. Whether or not they can survive a weekend in the country with their usually glamorous trappings replaced by inedible food, bad wine, swarming insects, and total boredom is the question to be answered. Summer Share, the second act based on Jules Renard's 1898 play Le pain de ménage, is updated to the late 1980s and set in The Hamptons, where two married couples in their thirties are spending the season in a rented cottage. Sam, who is married to Barb, and Monica, who is married to Lenny, find themselves gradually progressing from harmless flirtation to the serious possibility of an illicit affair.

**Some mature themes. For more information, contact the box office.

Runs: July 12, 20, 25, Aug 2, 6,12, 18, 22

The Redlands Theatre Festival is a summer repertory company residing in Prospect Park since the 1970’s and is the oldest outdoor theatre series in the Inland Empire.

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From Audition to Performance

LifeHouse Theater is pleased to offer StageRight Acting Classes, designed to teach children and young people the aspects of theatrical stagecraft from auditions to performances.

Leading this educational outreach for LifeHouse Theater is acclaimed local actor, choreographer, director and instructor Michael Milligan. Our classes allow us to combine the wonderful teaching skills of Michael with the quality and values people have come to expect from
LifeHouse Theater.

Classes will take place Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from July 7 through August 1 with performance exercises on Monday and Tuesday, August 4 and 5.

StageRight Junior is tailored for students ages 6-10 and will meet from 1pm – 2pm.

StageRight Senior will be a more comprehensive course for students 11 and up and meets from 2pm to 4pm. 

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Get your tickets for the 42nd season of Redlands Theatre Festival!

The box office is NOW OPEN!

Be a part of the magic under the stars this summer in Prospect Park!

Check out the show schedule HERE!

Season runs July 11 through August 23

This season's shows include:

9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL

ROMANCE ROMANCE

OTHER DESERT CITIES

THE UNDERPANTS

THROUGH WONDERLAND

LOVE LOSS AND WHAT I WORE

Curtain is 8:30 Nightly

Box Office Telephone: 909-792-0562

Box Office Hours:  Tuesday-Friday 3:00-6:30pm

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