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The Roxy Regional Theatre spins a web of darkness with Dracula the Musical

 

The Poster for Dracula the MusicalThe Roxy Regional Theatre is currently staging their adaptation of Frank Wildhorn’s Dracula the Musical as their Halloween production. The show is loosely based on the 1897 horror novel by Bram Stoker, and is directed by Tom Thayer.

The music is the first thing to come to mind when thinking about this show. There are 27 songs that comprise the production. The actors sing each number with power and feeling. This musical is chock full of dark subject matter, and the songs contain just enough humor to keep it from being overwhelming. Stand out numbers include Whitby Bay, The Master’s Song, Man of Woman Born, and It’s over.

The cast of Dracula the musical performing the song Fresh Blood

The cast of Dracula the musical performing the song Fresh Blood

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Drink Deep of the New Dracula Musical at the Roxy Regional Theatre

 

Roxy Regional TheatreClarksville, TN – At twilight you will drink deep … and by the new moon live forever! One of the most frightening novels ever written comes to life upon the stage of the Roxy Regional Theatre with the opening of Frank Wildhorn’s DRACULA: The Musical at 8:00pm on Friday, October 8th.
 
Following Dracula’s lust for new blood and a small band of mortal men and women who must face his overwhelming seduction and mesmeric supernatural powers, this musical eclipses all other horror stories.  Presented in the vein of the “Twilight” series and “True Blood,” the Roxy Regional Theatre’s production of DRACULA brings a modern spin to the Bram Stoker classic. «Read the rest of this article»

 

Experience “A Streetcar Named Desire” at the Roxy Regional Theatre

 

Set in the romantic past of New Orleans Blanche DuBois’s neurotic and genteel pretensions are no match for the brutish realities of her brother-in-law, Stanley Kowalski.

StreetcarNamedDesireThe Roxy Regional Theatre is currently staging the Tennessee Williams play “A Streetcar Named Desire.”

To fully understand the intricacies of this masterpiece play, in this writers opinion you just have to come from the south. Otherwise it is all too easy to miss the subtle interplay of these delicious personalities as they intertwine in a tapestry that is as old as, well the south.

You have Blanche DuBois the socialite (Alicia Kelly); the submissive wife Stella (Chase Kamata);  Stanley the abuser (Justin Barnum); the dotting son Harold  (Brenden Cataldo);  among others. The acting was tight, performers seamlessly melding into their roles as if they had been born to them.

Blanche DuBois played by Alicia Kelly (Photo by Tom Thayer)

Blanche DuBois played by Alicia Kelly (Photo by Tom Thayer)

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Friday night pay what you can to see ‘A streetcar named Desire’ at the Roxy Theatre

 

StreetcarNamedDesireThis Friday, November 6, the Roxy Regional Theatre welcomes the opening of Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning classic set in 1940’s New Orleans, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, with our regular pay-what-you-can night.  Tickets go on sale at 7:30pm for whatever you wish to pay; curtain is at 8pm.

This production stars Justin Barnum as Stanley Kowalski and Alicia Kelly as Blanche DuBois, with Chase Kamata (Stella), Brendan Cataldo (Mitch), Linda Speir (Eunice), Phil Perry (Steve), Jay Doolittle (Doctor) and Judi Sinks (Nurse). Webb Booth, Hugh Poland and Jacob Ritchart play newsboys. «Read the rest of this article»

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RENT Rocks the Stage of the Roxy Regional Theatre, July 10 – August 21

 

RentThe Pulitzer Prize-winning musical RENT will rock the stage of the Roxy Regional Theatre, Clarksville’s Center for Arts and Education, beginning Friday, July 10, at 8pm.

Jonathan Larson’s rock musical is the joyous, breathtaking and inspiring story of a group of New York City East Village artists struggling to find their voices and find love in today’s tough times, broaching controversial themes like homelessness, AIDS and drug addiction with compassion.

Based on Puccini’s La Boheme, RENT stars Justin Barnum as Roger, Chase Kamata as Mimi, Matthew Burns as Mark, De’Lon Grant as Tom Collins, Taylor Hilt Mitchell as Angel, Alicia Kelly as Maureen, Kami Smith as Joanne and Brendan Cataldo as Benny. Amanda Bailey, Chad Parsons, Humberto Figueroa, Skye Mangrum, John Moser, Anesha Ross and Hannah Carmona round out the cast. «Read the rest of this article»

 



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