This season we are celebrating women’s voices in the theatre and we are thrilled to bring you Legally Blonde, The Musical. Our fantastic talented cast of singers, dancers, and actors, are working with passion and commitment to bring you a thrilling, uplifting and meaningful experience in the theatre. We are so looking forward to sharing this show with you. Hope to see you there.
LEGALLY BLONDE, The Musical
Book by Heather Hach
Music and Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin
A fabulously fun award-winning musical based on the adored movie, Legally Blonde, The Musical is an action-packed and exploding with memorable songs and dynamic dances – this musical is so much fun, it should be illegal!
Directed by Michael Mufson
Music Direction by Suzy Bohling
Choreography by Molly Faulkner and Valerie Clark
Howard Brubeck Theatre
Friday, March 8 at 7:00 PM
Saturday, March 9 at 7:00 PM
Sunday, March 10 at 2:00 PM
Thursday, March 14 at 2:00 PM
Friday, March 15 at 7:00 PM
Saturday, March 16 at 7:00 PM
Sunday, March 17 at 2:00 PM
Special ticket pricing for this musical: $20 General Admission, $16 for Seniors and Staff; $14 for students and children
We will also have a special panel discussion in collaboration with Women’s Studies to kick off Women’s History Month activities on Thursday, March 14th following our 2PM performance.
Please join us tonight and throughout this semester in exploring and dialoguing about the persistent, state-sanctioned violence against people of color in our country. I have organized a diverse group of students from all 3 North County colleges to present a 30-minute selection of amazing and insightful one-minute plays from the collection called The Every 28 Hours Plays. These plays were commissioned nationwide in the wake of the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and are now being performed in communities around the county. The presentations will be followed by a respectful, lively and solution-oriented dialogue.
- We are launching the project with a community event this Friday, January 25 at the Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Vista at 7PM. 1600 Buena Vista Drive. (See attached flyer.)
- We are in the process of planning an event at the Library on the San Marcos Campus for some time during Black History Month. Also planning events on all three campuses.
- We are hoping that Palomar faculty, staff and community will invite us to present for classes, meeting or special events.
- We may just pop-up on campus in various locations.
- We will continue to present and grow this project beyond Black History Month.
If you are interested in hosting, supporting and/or participating you can
- Join our Facebook Group – The Every 28 Hours Plays – San Diego
- Email me at email@example.com
Applied Music Auditions
Friday, February 1, 2019
Are you interested in becoming a Music major? You should audition for the Palomar College Applied Music program.
Through this program you receive four semesters’ worth of lessons, for the price of one unit per semester.
These lessons are one-on-one with a professional musician on your instrument, including voice!
Private lessons such as these would cost around $1000 per semester if you paid for them on your own.
Please contact Tom Daily in the Performing Arts Department for more information. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
760-744-1150 extension 2327.
(In alphabetical order by actor’s first name)
Note: The roles of Grand Master Chad and Kyle will be determined via a “run-off “at the organizational meeting on Monday. Omar, Julian & Osvaldo – prepare to bring it.
Very Important – Please arrive on time and ready to start at 6:30 PM for the organizational meeting on Monday December 17 in the Howard Brubeck Theatre.
Please Click Here to send an email to email@example.com to acknowledge if you accept your role or not. Everyone, please do this.
|Alana R Horton||Enid Hoops, Ensemble|
|Alex Penner||Courtney (Saleswoman), Harvard Law Student, Party Goer, Ensemble|
|Camille Redman||Delta Nu, Featured Dancer, Ensemble|
|Chance Havins||Kiki, Harvard Law Student, Frat Boy, Ensemble|
|Connor Nolan||Elle’s Dad, Frat Boy, Harvard Student, Ensemble|
|Cory Young||Professor Callahan|
|Danielle Rexilius||Delta Nu, Ensemble|
|Elias Questenberg||Warner Huntington III|
|Erica Kahn||Delta Nu, Featured Dancer|
|Erin Bank||Store Manager, Judge, Ensemble|
|Erin Brunansky||Delta Nu, Featured Dancer, TV Reporter|
|Eva Trujillo||Featured Dancer|
|Gaby LeBaron||Delta Nu (Leilani), Ensemble|
|Grayson Lea||Professor Lowell, Dewey, Frat Boy, Harvard Student, Ensemble|
|Isabel Sica||Delta Nu (Becky), Laker Girl (Cashier), Chutney, Featured Dancer|
|Janelle Thomas||Featured Dancer|
|Jolyon Maxilom||Sundeep, In the run-off for GM Chad & Kyle|
|Justin Brown||Camera Man, Frat Boy, Harvard Student, Ensemble|
|Kaitlyn Rogers||Featured Dancer, D.A Joyce Riley|
|Kayla Adorno||Paulette Buonofuonte|
|Lea LeBrun||Whitney, Elle’s Mom, Ensemble|
|Madison Tobin||Vivienne Kensington|
|Mattea Hernandez||Assistant Director|
|Matthew A. Jackson||Aaron, Balif, , Frat Boy, Harvard Student, Ensemble|
|Matthew Javier||Emmett Forrest|
|McKenna Geu||Featured Dancer|
|Noah Parr||Winthrop, Nikos, Frat Boy, Harvard Student, Ensemble|
|Omar Fox||Carlos, In the run-off for GM Chad & Kyle, Frat Boy, Harvard Student, Ensemble|
|Osvaldo Rodriguez||Pfortzheimer, In the run-off for GM Chad & Kyle, Frat Boy, Harvard Student, Ensemble|
|Sydney Parr||Kate (Delta Nu), Ensemble|
|Taylor Brown||Elle Woods|
|Vivianna McCormick||Brooke Wyndham, Ensemble|
|Zoe Daniels||Court Stenographer, Harvard Law Student, Ensemble|
I’m just finalizing and typing the cast list now. It should be up very soon. Probably around 12:30 PM. Sorry for dragging out the suspense,
I just posted the assigned materials we would like you to work on before the Callbacks on Wednesday. It is on a password protected page to protect the copyrighted materials. It includes assignments by character and links to download the printed musical score and instructions to download the application Rehearsal Score (for computer, phone or tablet) which has all the functions to play the music to accompany you.
You should have received an email from me with the link and the password. If you did not receive it, please click here to send me an email and I will reply with the information.
For the three people who are doing their singing/acting auditions at 4:45, I’ve included you in this email so you may also prepare whichever pieces of music you think we are likely to call you back for.
I’m looking forward to seeing you all for Callbacks on Wednesday.
Very Important: The callbacks will focus on singing and acting for the lead roles and roles with significant solos. The casting of additional dancing and acting ensembles will include people who are not called back, so make sure to check the Full Cast Posting, which will be available on the website by 5 PM on Friday, December 14.
We will be sending many of you singing parts to work on for the callbacks, so make sure to check your email. We will also post the singing part assignments on the website by Monday, so you can double check there.
Please arrive at D-10 Ready to start at 6:30 PM. Doors will open at 6:00 PM.
Thank you all for your work and enthusiasm,
Michael, Suzy and Molly
Alana R Horton • Delta Nu
Camille Redman • Delta Nu,
Chance Havins • Kiki, Nikos, Carlos
Cory Young • Professor Callahan,Kyle
Delaney Dietrich • Paulette, Vivienne, Brooke
Elias Questenberg • Professor Callahan, Warner,
Erica Kahn• Delta Nu, Enid
Erin Bank • Delta Nu,
Erin Brunansky • Elle, Delta Nu, Enid,
Gabriel Soberon Nelson • Professor Callahan, Emmett
Gaby LeBaron • Delta Nu,
Grayson Lea • Emmett, Warner,
Isabel Sica • Delta Nu, Chutney
Jadyn Ponder • Elle, Pilar (Delta Nu),Brooke
Jolyon Maxilom • Emmett, Professor Callahan, Warner,
Kat Miller • Delta Nu
Kayla Adorno • Paulette, Delta Nu, Enid,
Lea LeBrun • Paulette, Delta Nu, Enid
Madison Tobin • Elle, Delta Nu, Vivienne
Mattea Hernandez • Assistant Director
Matthew A. Jackson • Kyle
Matthew Javier • Emmett
Noah Parr • Professor Callahan, Warner, Kyle
Omar Fox • Sundeep Padamadan, Nikos, Carlos, Kyle
Osvaldo Rodriguez • Kyle
Sarah Mcdowell • Vivienne, Brooke, Enid
Sonya Calderòn •Paulette
Sydney Parr • Delta Nu, Vivienne
Trudi Hjeltness • Delta Nu
Vivianna McCormick • Elle, Vivienne, Paulette
Zoe Daniels • Delta Nu
Book by Heather Hach • Music and Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe & Nell Benjamin Based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture Directed by Michael Mufson • Music Direction by Suzy Bohling • Choreography by Molly Faulkner
Dec. 3 Song & Monologue • Dec. 4 Dance • Dec 12 Callbacks
Auditioners will sign-up online for a 5-Minute slot on Monday, December 3 to present a 1-minute song and a 1-minute monologue. You are also required to attend the Dance Audition on Tuesday, December 4 at 6:30-9:30 PM.
Please prepare a choice of 2 songs – up tempo in a current Musical Theatre style (1970s+). Make sure to bring 2 copies of the sheet music to the audition.
Your monologue can be either comic, romantic or dramatic. Make sure to have it fully memorized and well prepared to demonstrate your ability to truthfully play a fictional situation.
Please make sure you are available for the Callbacks on Wednesday, December 12 from 6:00 – 10:30 PM
Monday & Tuesday December 3 & 4 will be in the D-10 Performance Lab
Wednesday, December 12 will be in the Howard Brubeck Theatre
Rehearsals will be Monday-Friday 6:30-10:30 PM beginning Monday, January 28.
Technical rehearsals will be Saturday & Sunday March 2 & 3 •10 AM-10PM and March 4-7 • 5-11PM.
Performances are March 8-17 • Fridays & Saturdays 7PM • Sundays & Thursday 2PM.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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