Friday, June 27, 2008

CHILDREN OF EDEN: Final weekend of performances begin tonight!


The Snake (left to right: Jessica Reed, Ashley Meeks, Marlo Nall, Brittany Thompson, Samantha Toney, and Tisha Owens) tempts Eve (Rose Cutuli Wray) with knowledge during "The Pursuit of Excellence" in the Theatre Guild of Rockingham County's production of
Children of Eden

Tonight begins the final three performances of Theatre Guild of Rockingham County's production of Children of Eden. The hit musical takes to the stage tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 and then one last performance on Sunday afternoon at 2:30. All shows are in the auditorium at the Advanced Technologies Building at Rockingham Community College. So far the show has been a huge success, and many patrons are swearing that it's one of the best musicals that the Theatre Guild has ever done! Word is that the shows for the next few nights are selling fast so if you wanna go, get yer tickets now and get ready to enjoy Children of Eden. Or, don't see it, and perish in flame. It's your choice, but not really.

(Hey if nothing else will entice you to come, how about getting a chance to see Yours Truly dressed old-school biblical in tunic and sandals as Seth, the third son of Adam and Eve? :-P)

2 comments:

Nathan said...

Sorry I won't be there.

I am curious about having six girls playing the snake... how does that work? Is there one main speaker? Do they speak in chorus? Do they sing in harmonies?

Very interesting...

Nathan

Chris Knight said...

They sing and dance together, and take turns speaking the snake's lines while Tisha operates the mouth :-)

Friday, June 27, 2008

CHILDREN OF EDEN: Final weekend of performances begin tonight!


The Snake (left to right: Jessica Reed, Ashley Meeks, Marlo Nall, Brittany Thompson, Samantha Toney, and Tisha Owens) tempts Eve (Rose Cutuli Wray) with knowledge during "The Pursuit of Excellence" in the Theatre Guild of Rockingham County's production of
Children of Eden

Tonight begins the final three performances of Theatre Guild of Rockingham County's production of Children of Eden. The hit musical takes to the stage tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 and then one last performance on Sunday afternoon at 2:30. All shows are in the auditorium at the Advanced Technologies Building at Rockingham Community College. So far the show has been a huge success, and many patrons are swearing that it's one of the best musicals that the Theatre Guild has ever done! Word is that the shows for the next few nights are selling fast so if you wanna go, get yer tickets now and get ready to enjoy Children of Eden. Or, don't see it, and perish in flame. It's your choice, but not really.

(Hey if nothing else will entice you to come, how about getting a chance to see Yours Truly dressed old-school biblical in tunic and sandals as Seth, the third son of Adam and Eve? :-P)

2 comments:

Nathan said...

Sorry I won't be there.

I am curious about having six girls playing the snake... how does that work? Is there one main speaker? Do they speak in chorus? Do they sing in harmonies?

Very interesting...

Nathan

Chris Knight said...

They sing and dance together, and take turns speaking the snake's lines while Tisha operates the mouth :-)