Wednesday, June 10, 2020

YORK THEATRE COMPANY: Micki Grant's COPE, CULT MUSICAL Trivia, and more!

Streaming: York's Musical Theatre Training Program/2017 Summer Intensive Showcase

WHEN: WED., JUNE 10, 7:15 PM
WHERE:
The York's Facebook page live HERE, or watch on YouTube beginning at 7:15 PM

The York will highlight our middle school and high school Musical Theatre Training Program this Wednesday with the showcase from 2017's Summer Intensive.


Live Panel

SHOW! (and Tell): DON'T BOTHER ME, I CAN'T COPE

WHEN: MON., JUNE 15, 7:10PM
WHERE:
Zoom
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Micki Grant's DON'T BOTHER ME, I CAN'T COPE will be the sixth Virtual Company Reunion in our Live Panel Series, with a discussion of The York's 2016 Musicals in Mufti production. York's James Morgan and theatre historian Charles Wright will moderate a live panel discussion with writer/composer Micki Grant, director Leslie R. Dockery, music director William Foster McDaniel, and members of the cast to be announced soon!

The Cast and Creative Team of The York's Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope. Photos by Ben Strothmann.


Streaming: York's Musical Theatre Training Program/2017 Winter Intensive Showcase

WHEN: WED., JUNE 17, 7:15 PM
WHERE:
The York's Facebook page live HERE, or watch on YouTube beginning at 7:15 PM (a link will be sent in the morning on 6/17).

The college students from our 2017 Winter Intensive take center stage next Wednesday, June 17, at 7:15 p.m.



Live York Trivia Night!

C U L T   M U S I C A L S 

WHEN: FRI., JUNE 19, 7:10 PM
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From the heart-stealing hybrid of BAT BOY to CARRIE's bloody prom dress to the sweetly strange carnie folk of SIDE SHOW, who doesn't love a good cult musical? We do! And so next Friday we will celebrate all of these and more while testing your knowledge of some of the best cult classics to ever enter the musical theater canon. Broadway alum Jimmy Ludwig (Spamalot) and York's Executive Director Evans Haile return to co-hosting duties, with their wacky musical wit in tow.