http://auburnplayers.org Tue, 08 Aug 2017 22:00:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 66868148 Meet the Beast http://auburnplayers.org/2017/08/01/meet-cast-beauty-beast-jr/ http://auburnplayers.org/2017/08/01/meet-cast-beauty-beast-jr/#respond Tue, 01 Aug 2017 04:08:31 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2334  Nolan Meier – “The Beast” is looking forward to his senior year of high school. This is his first Auburn Players show and auditioned because his friends were auditioning and he had time this summer to expand his theatrical involvement.  Nolan...

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 Nolan Meier – “The Beast” is looking forward to his senior year of high school. This is his first Auburn Players show and auditioned because

his friends were auditioning and he had time this summer to expand his theatrical involvement.  Nolan is involved in school theater where previous roles held include the Child catcher in “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” and Prince Jack in “Over the Moon”. Nolan has not only been a performer on stage but has also been a part of stage crew as well as playing violin in the pit for “The Secret Garden”. Meier aspires  to become a commercial airline pilot.  He very happy to be involved and encourages others to become involved in community theatre productions. One of the his memorable moments from this production has been getting to meet new people.  

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Meet Belle, Babette, and Mrs. Potts http://auburnplayers.org/2017/07/31/meet-belle-babette-mrs-potts/ http://auburnplayers.org/2017/07/31/meet-belle-babette-mrs-potts/#respond Mon, 31 Jul 2017 04:50:38 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2330 Krista Reohr – Krista is playing Belle in our upcoming production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr.”  Krista attends Union Springs High School, where she performed in both “Grease,” and “School of Rock.” Julianna Buchmann – Julianna is playing...

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Krista Reohr – Krista is playing Belle in our upcoming production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr.”  Krista attends Union Springs High School, where she performed in both “Grease,” and “School of Rock.”

Julianna Buchmann – Julianna is playing the role of Babette.  She attends Weedsport Sr. High School.  She has performed since she was a small child, participating in shows with the Syracuse Opera, Weedsport Jr. High, Weedsport Sr. High, and the Auburn Players.

Jenna Nila – Jenna is taking on Mrs. Potts in this production.  She is attends Auburn High School.  Jenna has grown from tea cup to tea pot on the Auburn Players stage.  Nine years ago, she was a tiny cup for our production of “Beauty and the Beast.”

Come see these talented young ladies, and the rest of our talented cast in “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr.”  which takes the stage at CCC this weekend.

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“BE OUR GUEST” AT BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR. http://auburnplayers.org/2017/07/27/guest-beauty-beast-jr/ http://auburnplayers.org/2017/07/27/guest-beauty-beast-jr/#respond Thu, 27 Jul 2017 06:50:14 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2327 Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR. Playing at the Cayuga Community College in Auburn  Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR. is playing at Cayuga Community College starting on Thursday, August 3rd at 7:30 PM for 4 shows through Sunday, August...

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Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR.

Playing at the Cayuga Community College in Auburn

 Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR. is playing at Cayuga Community College starting on Thursday, August 3rd at 7:30 PM for 4 shows through Sunday, August 6th. The show is based on the 1994 Broadway production and Disney’s 1991 animated feature film. The Auburn Players Youth Theater cast contains approximately 60 students led by Director, Elisa Carabajal Hunt, Musical Director Sherry Samuel, and Choreographers Nikkia Borowski and Heather McNeil.

Beauty and the Beast JR. tells the story of Belle, an adventurous young girl, and the Beast, her hideous captor who is actually a young prince trapped under a spell. In order to break the spell, the Beast must learn to love another and earn her love in return – before time runs out.  With the help of the castle’s enchanted staff, including a loving teapot, a charming candelabra, and a nervous mantel clock, Belle and the Beast find a beautiful friendship and love that neither knew was possible. Beauty and the Beast JR. features classic songs from the Academy Award®-winning film score such as “Be Our Guest” and “Belle,” as well as original songs from the 1994 Tony®-nominated Broadway musical.

A performance of Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR. is open to the public at Cayuga Community College on Thurs, Fri, Sat at 7:30, and Sunday at 2:00. Admission is $15 General Admission, $10 for Seniors and Students, and only $5 for Children under age 12.  Audience members are incouraged to get their tickets in advance at www.auburnplayers.org

The Auburn Players Summer Youth Theater was created 13 year’s ago by Elisa Carabajal Hunt.  It’s mission is to create quality live theater that entertains its audiences while educating, encouraging and instilling a lifetime love for the arts in its young artists.  The Youth Theater is an extension of Auburn Players Community Theatre, one of New York’s oldest and most prestigious community theaters.

According to Hunt, “This is really a show you don’t want to miss!  It has everything, from the Enchanted Objects that sing throughout the castle to Belle dancing with the Beast in her beautiful Yellow Ballgown!  Everyone will be transformed to a magical place. And, for a very affordable price.  The entire family can afford to experience live theater at it’s finest.”

For more information or tickets, call our box office at (315) 702-7832.

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A Tale as Old as Time is Affordable for the Family http://auburnplayers.org/2017/07/20/tale-old-time-affordable-family/ Fri, 21 Jul 2017 03:04:26 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2323 The Auburn Players are proud to bring Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr. to the stage August 3-6, 2017 at Cayuga Community College Theater in Auburn. Step into the enchanted world of Broadway’s modern classic. Based on the Academy-Award winning...

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The Auburn Players are proud to bring Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr. to the stage

August 3-6, 2017 at Cayuga Community College Theater in Auburn.

Step into the enchanted world of Broadway’s modern classic. Based on the Academy-Award winning animated feature, the stage version of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast Jr’ includes the wonderful songs written by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman along with new songs by Mr. Menken and Tim Rice.

“Beauty and the Beast Jr” will have four performances August 3, 4, 5 at 7:30, and August 6 at 2:00 at the Bisgrove Theater at Cayuga Community College, 197 Franklin St. in Auburn.

In order to make live theater an affordable event for families to enjoy, the Auburn Players are offering a $5 ticket price for all children under the age of 12.  General admission tickets are $15, and Seniors/Students are $10.

The Auburn Players is a local non-profit theater arts organization who have provided instruction and live performance opportunities to local talent for over 50 years.

 

The Story

Based on the original Broadway production that ran for over thirteen years and was nominated for nine Tony Awards, and the Academy Award-winning motion picture, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast JR. is a fantastic adaptation of the story of transformation and tolerance.

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast JR. features some of the most popular songs ever written by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman, along with new songs by Mr. Menken and Tim Rice.

The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.

Directed by Elisa Carabajal Hunt

Music Direction by Sherry Smith Samuel

Choreographed by Nikkia Borowski & Heather McNeil

Stage Managed by Molly Sharples

The Cast

Narrators – Erin Hagen, Bethany Lorenzo, Lily Nila, Charli Tallman

Belle – Krista Reohr

Maurice – Ayden Kowalsky

Beast – Nolan Meier

Gaston – Pat Mahunik

LeFou – Nate Azzam

Silly Girls – Ella Boedicker, Campbell Loi, Mary Teixeira, Kayleandra White

Lumiere – Ben Kringer

Cogsworth – Michael Parks

Mrs Potts – Jenna Nila

Babette – Julianna Buchmann

Madame LaBouche – Lara Yeckel

Chip – Irelynn Vollmer

Enchantress – Mary Nila

D’Arque – Noah Hickok

Villagers/Enchanted Objects/Wolves

Ella Boedicker, Ali Bolak, Carly Chappell, Fiona Chisholm, Ian Dickerson, Alex Flanagan, Erin Hagen, Annaliese Hays, Rose Hays, Noah Hickok, Josie Janas, Michael Keogan, Ayden Kowalsky, Jocelyn LaFrance, Campbell Loi, Bethany Lorenzo, Hailey Maloney, Grace Moskov, Henry Moskov, Lily Nila, Mary Nila, Allie Parker, Emily Parks, Noah Rigby, Jillian Scott, Olivia Shaw, Abigail Sheppard, Allison Smith, Haylee Salmonsen, Charli Tallman, Mary Teixeira, Donna Todd, Kayleandra White, Meghan Wilmot, Grace Wiseman, and Sophia Wingfield

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Get tickets for Disney’s Beauty & the Beast, Jr. http://auburnplayers.org/2017/07/15/get-tickets-disneys-beauty-beast-jr/ Sun, 16 Jul 2017 03:53:29 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2314 On Sale Now…

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AUBURN PLAYERS PRESENT DISNEY’S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, JR http://auburnplayers.org/2017/06/29/beautyandbeastjr/ Fri, 30 Jun 2017 01:23:09 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2291 The Auburn Players Youth Theatre presents the tale as old as time, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr. It plays August 3 – August 6 at Cayuga Community College Theater in Auburn. Be swept away into this enchanted musical where Belle...

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The Auburn Players Youth Theatre presents the tale as old as time, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr. It plays August 3 – August 6 at Cayuga Community College Theater in Auburn.

Be swept away into this enchanted musical where Belle feels trapped in a provincial town and a prince is trapped in the body of a hideous beast. If the beast can learn to love and be loved, the spell will be broken and he will be transformed to his former princely self. This classical musical love story is a magical tale that comes to life with unforgettable characters, astonishing sets and costumes, and a stunning score including, “Be Our Guest,” “Gaston,” “Human Again,” and the Tony-winning title song, “Beauty and the Beast.”

The Youth Theater has been a summer project of The Auburn Players Community Theater for thirteen years.  Under the direction of Elisa Carabajal Hunt, the program gives local youth the chance to participate in a real musical theater production while developing confidence, self discipline and self esteem.  The students that participate improve communication and teamwork skills, while broadening their horizons through new experiences, having fun and being creative.  The program is offer to local students throughout central New York at little or no cost to the families.

Beauty and the Beast, Jr. cast includes Krista Reohr as Belle, Nolan Meier as Beast, Pat Mahunik as Gaston, Nate Azzam as LeFou, Ayden Kowalsky as Maurice, Michael Parks as Cogsworth, Benjamin Kringer as Lumiere, Noah Hickok as Baker/Msr. D’Arque, Jenna Nila as Mrs. Potts, Irelynn Vollmer as Chip, Julianna Buchmann as Babette, and Lara Yeckel as the Wardrobe.  Other cast members include Lily Nila, Charli Tallman, Erin Hagen, Bethany Lorenzo, Ella Boedicker, Kayleandra White, Campbell Loi, Mary Teixeira, Mary Nila, Abigail Shepherd, Allie Parker, Olivia Shaw, Josephine Janas, Hailey Maloney, Michael Keogan, Fiona Chisholm, Allie Conklin, Jack Noga, Henry Moskov, Carly Chappell, Annalies Hays, Jillian Scott, Grace Wiseman, Haylee Salmonsen, Emily Parks, Grace Noga, Sophia Wingfield, Grace Moskov, Donna Todd, Rose Hays, Alex Flanagan, Allison Smith, Noah Rigby, Ali Bolak, Ian Dikerson, Jocelyn LaFrance and Meghan Wilmot.

The creative team, in addition to Carabajal Hunt, includes Choreographers Heather McNeil and Nikkia Borrowski, Music Director Sherry Smith Samuel, Technical Director Chris Yeckel, Lighting Designer Joe Shepherd, and Production Stage Manager Molly Sharples.

The Disney animated feature film from which the play is based premiered in 1991 and won the Academy Award for Best Song and Best Original Score and made history for being the first animated feature to be nominated for Best Picture. The Broadway production opened in 1994 and ran for 13 years and 5,461 performances.  The Broadway production expanded upon the animated version with seven new songs. The new numbers with the help of Tim Rice were intended to bring out the sensitive side of the Beast and to underscore Belle’s courage. The play was nominated for nine Tony Awards. In London, the play won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Musical. It has been performed in more than 30 countries reaching over 35 million theatergoers. Disney recently released a live action version of the story featuring Emma Watson as Belle, Dan Stevens as the Beast, Ewan McGregor as Lumiere.


JUST THE FACTS

WHAT:                 Beauty and the Beast, Jr.

WHEN:                 August 3, 4, 5, at 7:30 PM  &  August 6 at 2:00 PM

WHERE:               Cayuga Community College Theater, 197 Franklin St., Auburn.

ADMISSION:       General Admission $15, Senior/Student $10, 12 & Under $5

MORE INFO        Call 315-702-7832

 

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SUMMER YOUTH THEATER – OPEN AUDITIONS http://auburnplayers.org/2017/05/28/summer-youth-theater-open-auditions/ Sun, 28 May 2017 04:51:00 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2271 AUBURN PLAYERS YOUTH THEATER announces   OPEN AUDITIONS (Ages 8 to 19)     WHEN Sunday, June 4th           2:00 PM – Ages 8-11          3:30 PM – Ages 12-15 Monday, June 5th          6:30 PM – Ages 16...

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AUBURN PLAYERS YOUTH THEATER announces

 

OPEN AUDITIONS

(Ages 8 to 19)

 

 

WHEN

Sunday, June 4th           2:00 PM – Ages 8-11          3:30 PM – Ages 12-15

Monday, June 5th          6:30 PM – Ages 16 and up

WHERE

First Presbyterian Church, 112 South Street, Auburn

PREPARE

Prepare a short song of your choice, a short story or joke.

Wear comfortable clothes and be prepared to dance

If cast, there is a $25 Participation Fee to cover your music and a show t-shirt.  Rehearsals will be held Sunday Afternoon, Monday and Tuesday evenings throughout June and July.  Performances are August 3, 4, 5, and 6, 2017 at Cayuga Community College Theater in Auburn.

Based on the original Broadway production, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast JR. features some of the most popular songs ever written by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman, along with new songs by Mr. Menken and Tim Rice.

The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.

The Auburn Players Youth Theater’s mission is to create quality live theater that entertains its audiences while educating, encouraging and instilling a lifetime love for the arts in its young artists. Our participants enjoy enormous growth through acting, musical training, speech, creative movement and dance. Students can also choose to participate in off-stage areas of theatrical production including stage crew, tech, set design/scenery, and publicity opportunities.   The Youth Theater is an extension of Auburn Players Community Theatre, one of New York’s oldest and most prestigious community theaters.

For more information, contact Elisa Carabajal Hunt (315) 283-4682 or elisahunt@yahoo.com

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“Of Mice and Men” Wins Multiple Awards from NYS Theater Association http://auburnplayers.org/2017/04/26/mice-men-wins-multiple-awards-nys-theater-association/ Thu, 27 Apr 2017 01:09:48 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2258 “Of Mice and Men” Wins Multiple Awards from NYS Theater Association The Auburn Player’s production of “Of Mice and Men” has been awarded multiple awards from the Theater Association of NYS (TANYS).  The Steinbeck play which took place last weekend...

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“Of Mice and Men” Wins Multiple Awards from NYS Theater Association

The Auburn Player’s production of “Of Mice and Men” has been awarded multiple awards from the Theater Association of NYS (TANYS).  The Steinbeck play which took place last weekend has been awarded the following:

  • Excellence in Acting to Reuben Bryan as George
  • Excellence in Acting to Chris Yeckel as Lennie
  • Excellence in Directing to Siouxsie Easter
  • Excellence in Scenic Design to Patti Goebel
  • Excellence in Lighting to Bob Frame
  • Meritorious Achievement in Ensemble work to the Cast

The TANYS Adjudicator stated, “The Auburn Players captured the true essence of this classical story. This flawless production was truly a great experience in theater. Mood and location were nicely established through the use of all the elements of theater. It took me into the world of Lenny and George and held my attention for the entire evening. The direction was powerful using the entire stage creating nice stage pictures.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Auburn Players Community Theatre, in our 57th season, is honored to be recognized by TANYS, and to offer our community high quality productions at affordable prices. With the dedication of an all-volunteer cast, production team, and Board of Directors, we are proud to be known as, “Home of your Neighborhood Stars!”

Congratulations Cast and Crew! 

We are so proud of this production and the work you did!

 

 

 

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Meet George and Lennie (Of Mice and Men) http://auburnplayers.org/2017/04/16/meet-george-lennie-mice-men/ Mon, 17 Apr 2017 02:04:00 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2200 Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, tells the story of George (played by Reuben Bryan) and Lennie (played by Chris Yeckel), two displaced migrant ranch workers, who move from place to place in California in search of new job opportunities during the Great...

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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, tells the story of George (played by Reuben Bryan) and Lennie (played by Chris Yeckel), two displaced migrant ranch workers, who move from place to place in California in search of new job opportunities during the Great Depression.  The relationship between the two men is the focal point of the play.  The intelligent but weak George watches over Lennie, an emotionally and challenged giant.

This upcoming weekend (Apr 20-23, 2017), the Auburn Player’s production of this classic story will take the stage at Cayuga Community College.  We caught up with the actors playing the two men to learn more about them and the characters they are playing

The Actors

Reuben Bryan, who plays George, is a Senior at Wells College. Hailing from the verdant hills of Vermont, he ventured forth into the great unknown of upstate New York. Upon realization that it’s not very exciting here he chose to occupy his time with theater and stuff.

 

Chris Yeckel, plays Lennie, has been on stage since high school.  He and his wife Heather were both recently part of the APCT award-winning production of “Almost, Maine.”   They have two talented daughters, Lara and Emma.  In addition, Chris plays the electric bass for his company’s band, “The Actuators”, and recently performed for “Rockin’ the Redhouse.”

 

A Few Questions 

How do you feel about taking on such a well known play?  Does that make it harder?

Reuben:  Over the course of rehearsal I’ve done my best to distance myself from any preconceptions about the characters and story and try to work off of my own impressions about the story and character interactions as they played out in rehearsal. It does pose add a bit of difficulty not having an established platform to work off of, but working around it was simply a matter of establishing my own habits.

Chris:  To the contrary, it can help to bring in audiences you might not normally get.  For the actors, I think we do have to hit certain proficiency with our performances so that the audience can recognize the character they already have in their mind, but beyond that, they will supplement your performance with their own imagination.  However, if you take the character in a different direction than they might be thinking, it’s possible to lose some people.

Can you talk about the relationship between George and Lennie? Had you met before you were cast in these roles, and how did you develop that relationship as actors?

Reuben:  I hadn’t met Chris before working on this production, so the majority of my interactions with him were through the characters of Lennie and George. Our relationship as it appears on stage is the result of our work during rehearsal.

Chris: The relationship between George and Lennie is more like family than friendship to me.  Lennie looks up to George as a role model and protector, while George feels a responsibility for Lennie that goes beyond typical friendship.  Though Reuben and I hadn’t met before auditions, it has been easy working with him, in and out of scenes.  We’ve found common ground in a shared love of the Legend of Zelda video games and their music, which Reuben often played in breaks at rehearsal.

Are there parts of yourself you brought to this role?

Reuben:  I bring a part of myself to every role, but George was more challenging than most because you can’t play him as a single character type. He changes tactics all the time depending on who he’s with and what he wants, and there’s a lot of subtext behind what he says and what he does that needs analysis before you can fully give enough credit to the role. I do my best to play characters as I feel I would act in their position, which makes George all that more challenging due to the differences in time, place, and occupation between him and I.

Chris:  Having helped raise two children on the autism spectrum with my wife, Heather, I don’t see Lennie as “dumb”, rather I see him having issues with appropriately handling emotions and also sensory overstimulation (hearing and touch). I find it interesting that this well known, classic character, written in 1937, presents so clearly something that we are just finally beginning to understand here in 2017.

What are some challenges you had playing this role?

Reuben:  This play has some pretty heavy material within it, and I believe that the reason it’s remained popular for all these years is due to the underlying messages and themes within the story. Everyone has a little plot of land in their heart set aside for something that they know they might never attain, but it doesn’t stop people from striving for it all the same. It is a part of the human condition to want a better life, and because of this I believe that this play remains just as relevant now as it did when it was written.

Chris:  The main challenge for me has been line memorization, given the overlap between this show and the ESTA Festival performance of Almost, Maine.

What relevance does the play have for young people today?

Reuben:  As far as its relevance to young people specifically, I suppose you could look at it as if every young man or woman were a drifter just the same as George and Lennie. Maybe they have their dream firm in their minds, maybe not, but more often than not they have a long ways to go to get to where they’ll end up and it’s a story like this that shows that it’s not going to be an easy time. Life isn’t a fairy tale and no matter how hard you try sometimes it’s just not going to work out. You aren’t always going to get what you want. Sorry kids.

Chris:  I think the show is still very relevant.  I never read it in school, and ended up reading it just before auditions.  The biggest message I get from the show is, everyone is looking for a place to feel like they belong.  Everyone in this show is different or “damaged” in some way, and when they set that aside to realize that’s something that makes them alike, they can build friendships and pursue dreams.  Those that can’t make it difficult for the rest.

Join Chris, Reuben, and the entire cast of “Of Mice and Men” this weekend.

Remember all students are free

 

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