Monday, December 5, 2016

DREAM THEATER OFFERS HOLIDAY REVUE IN METUCHEN NEXT WEEKEND

ABC

A BROADWAY CHRISTMAS

WHEN: December 10 – 11, 2016, 8 PM
WHERE:
The Forum Theater, 415 Main Street, Metuchen
TICKETS: start at just $10!
www.DreamTheaterProductions.org
908-497-7082

Featuring a cast of New York Professionals, A Broadway Christmas has all of your favorite Christmas songs packed into one merry musical revue. HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS, IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS, NEED A LITTLE CHRISTMAS & WHITE CHRISTMAS are just a few of the 20 musical classics that will instantly put you and your family into the Christmas Spirit.

“Unlike other Holiday Revues, this production contains Christmas songs featured in Broadway musicals,” says Dream Theater Executive Artistic Director, Bernard Solomon. “Of course the classics are included, but we also look at lesser known songs like CHRISTMAS IS MY FAVORITE TIME OF YEAR from Catch me If You Can and CHRISTMAS BELLS from Rent.” The second act features all songs from stage adaptations of classic holiday movies.

The cast includes: Carly Hueston Amburn, Martin Bonventre (Aida: Metropolitan Opera), Emma Brock (Tour: Sister Act), Kayla Starr Bryan (Tour: Nice Work..Get It), Tsebiyah MIshael, Juan Drigo Ricafort (#BARS, Public Theater), Jenna Rose, Jacob Seidman, Tyler Sparacio, Sean Tivenan & Jordan Zauha.  The production is Directed by Dream Theater’s Executive Artistic Director Bernard J Solomon, Musically Directed by Ilene C. Greenbaum and Choreographed by Andrew Hodge (Tours: White Christmas, Chorus Line, Cats, 42nd Street). The remaining production team includes Jane Chan, Lighting Design; Bruce De La Cruz, Associate Musical Director; Matthew Annis, Assistant Director and Bryan Hunt, Assistant Choreographer.

Dream Theater Productions mission is to help aspiring performers gain valuable performance credits and experience while establishing themselves within the New York theater community. Each Dream Theater productions features 4 - 5 Actors' Equity Members while the remaining cast is comprised of age appropriate, non-equity performers who will be earning Equity Points as well as a salary in which they can support themselves. In addition, each production will donate 400 tickets to under privileged families in the local NJ/NYC area. We are housed out of The New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, NJ. Our eventual goal is to produce 6 main stage productions a year, each running 7 - 8 weeks.