Maine State Music Theatre closed its 2019 Theatre for Young Audiences Series with four main stage performances of Robin and Clark’s THE LITTLE MERMAID. The elaborate, colorful production was created entirely by the company’s Educational Fellows, directed/choreographed by Raymond Marc Dumont with musical direction by Evan Cuddy, and overseen by MSMT’s Artistic Director Curt Dale Clark. The four, virtually sold out Pickard Theater performances were preceded by a special sensory friendly rehearsal performance of the show on the Saturday prior.
Check out the photographs of these events and the link to the Broadway World review below.
The Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, PA, extended its run of the popular Robin and Clark musical, Pinocchio on its Theatre for Young Audiences, Eichmann Series. The show plays from March 30 – April 13, 2019 and features a cast that includes Will Stephan Connell, Katie Sina, Andrew Kindig, Randall Frizzado, Joey Abramowicz, Stephanie Jo Wise, Cody Smith, and Samantha Hews Cramer. Check out these colorful photos of the production.
The November issue of Scene4 Magazine (www.scene4.com) features an in-depth feature article with audio and video on the Fulton’s world premiere of Treasure Island A Musical Adventure. The piece by Senior Writer Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold includes a critical assess meant of the work as well as conversations with creators Marc Robin and Curt Dale Clark, stars of the show and members of the creative team. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE.
Go to https://robinandclarkmusicals.com/world-premiere-of-treasure-island-takes-fulton-theatre-by-storm/ to see additional press coverage of the world premiere
Last spring, I stated that Fulton’s Hunchback of Notre Dame was worthy of several Broadway World Awards. This fall, I am willing to state that Treasure Island is worthy of Broadway….(Broadway World)
Fulton’s ‘Treasure Island’ is a triumphant adventure tale …(LancasterOnline)
The Fulton Theatre’s production of Robin and Clark’s Treasure Island A Musical Adventure gifts its audience with a magical live theatrical voyage that deserves a Broadway birth as well as a permanent home in the American musical canon….(Scene4 Magazine)
The Fulton succeeded in raising the bar yet again with this swashbuckling, energetic adventure that’s truly epic—from the music to the set! … (The Fig Lancaster)
On September 20, 2018, the Fulton Theatre on Lancaster, PA opened its 165th season with the world premiere of Marc Robin and Curt Dale Clark’s Treasure Island A Musical Adventure. The gala occasion marked not only a milestone anniversary for the venerable theatre and its Executive Artistic Producer, Marc Robin, who celebrated ten years with the company, but also for the Robin and Clark’s work which has made a long journey to this stunning opening. Read More and view photos, videos, and press clips.
The Fulton Theatre presented the second developmental reading of Robin & Clark’s full-length musical, Treasure Island, on May 6, 2018. The significantly revised show is being readied for a full-scale lavish production to open the Fulton’s 2018-2019 season – its 160th and Marc Robin’s 10th at the helm – on September 21, 2018. The reading which filled the opera house and was enthusiastically received with standing ovations, featured a cast of 27 stunning singers and a 17-piece orchestra.
Robin & Clark’s Nutcracker closed a sold out run at the Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, PA, on December 23, 2017. The musical theatre version of the famous ballet based on ETA Hofmann’s tale is now in more than a quarter of a century old and continues to delight audiences everywhere.
The Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, PA reprises the ever popular production of Marc Robin and Curt Dale Clark’s The Nutcracker from November 25 – December 23, 2017. The run, which is part of the Eichmann Family Serties, was instantly sold out, and prompted the addition of two performances. The cast features Emily Bailey (Clara), Evan Mayer (Nutcracker), Gabrielle Harker (Marie), Andrew Kindig (Fritz/Mouse King), and is directed/choreographed by Buddy Reeder.
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