http://auburnplayers.org Sat, 21 Oct 2017 05:05:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.6 66868148 Ordinary People – Meet the Cast http://auburnplayers.org/2017/10/08/ordinary-people-meet-cast/ http://auburnplayers.org/2017/10/08/ordinary-people-meet-cast/#respond Sun, 08 Oct 2017 05:00:43 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2396 Ordinary People begins after a family loses its older son in a boating accident.  That leaves three living at home in a perfectly manicured suburban existence, and are forced to finally deal with the ways they really feel about one...

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Ordinary People begins after a family loses its older son in a boating accident.  That leaves three living at home in a perfectly manicured suburban existence, and are forced to finally deal with the ways they really feel about one another.

The play based on the book by Judith Guest and adapted for the stage by Nancy Pahl Gilsenan, speaks to the spirit of a young man, his friends and family, their relationships and survival.  They are all ordinary people and each is fighting a hard battle to understand and survive the tragedy.

Directed by Steve Gamba, Ordinary People plays October 12th – 15th at Cayuga Community College.

 

Let’s meet the cast…

Theodore Brill (Conrad Jarrett) is an aspiring actor who currently attends CCC. He has been involved with many shows, musicals and films.  Ordinary People is quite an oddity for him because he has usually stuck to comedies, but is excited to try out a heavy drama. From his point of view, the more experience the better. Who can argue with that?


Chris Yeckel (Cal Jarrett) is looking forward to another exciting season with APCT.   His recent roles include: Lennie in Of Mice and Men with APCT, Bob Cratchit in Scrooge the Musical with APCT & APT, and Dave/Randy in the TANYS 2016 festival-winning APCT production of Almost, Maine.

Lesley Kennedy (Beth Jarrett)  is a three time TANYS-award winning actor and playwright, most recently seen on this stage as Fairy May in The Curious Savage, directed by her late father, APCT founder Sam Kennedy. Trained as a classical singer in NYC by Wendell Scott Cumberland, she also studied at the Actor’s Studio. Favorite roles with The Auburn Players include: Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker, Catherine in Proof, Rosalind in As You Like It, Maria in The Sound of Music, and Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance. Other credits include Bessie in Marvin’s Room and Rosa in The Mystery of Edwin Drood for Appleseed Productions, and Karen Wright in The Children’s Hour for Salt City Players.  Away from the theater, Lesley is the director of Down to Earth Yoga in Auburn, NY.

Bailey Kennedy (Jeannine) is super excited to perform in her 3rd show with the Auburn Players.  She has been performing since she was seven years old, and plans to continue doing so from here. Although, acting is not her only passion. Along with acting, she sings and dances, and plans to be a dance major once she graduates from high school.

Kristie Gutierrez (Karen) is performing in her second show with the Auburn Players! She fell in love with the stage in high school and began her journey to become an actress.  She attended a private college where the Performing Arts Departments were taught and crafted by hands that lived and breathed performing arts. She moved to Auburn after graduating college, and has been working for the Finger Lakes Musical Theater Festival since May of 2014.

Dominick Carnicelli (Dr. Berger) is extremely excited to be joining the cast of Ordinary People.  A fan of theater of his whole life, he is honored to be making his debut with the Auburn Players. When he’s not acting, Dominick is a science teacher at Auburn High and Auburn Junior High.  He would like to thank his friends and family, especially his grandmother, Philomena, for their support and encouragement!

Noah Rigby (Stillman) is very ecstatic to be performing in his second Auburn Player’s show, although this show is a bit more serious than his last. He is a junior in high school, and has been performing both in school productions and out of school ones since he was six. When he’s not on stage, he can be found writing scripts for shows, singing, dancing, or focusing on schoolwork. One of his shows was even selected to be in Syracuse Stage’s playwriting festival last spring, which he hopes will help kickstart him into a career as a screenwriter.

Dylan Walawender (Joe) is thrilled to be participating in his first show for the Auburn Players! He has been acting for a few years, and has been involved in the Union Springs Middle School production of Annie (Officer Laird), the Union Springs High School Shakespeare Monologue Contest, the Musical Theatre Intensive through the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, and has participated in several skits through the Union Springs Drama Club such as The Universal Language. Dylan was also a stage manager for the Union Springs High School production of Rock of Ages.

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Meet “Ordinary People” Director Steve Gamba http://auburnplayers.org/2017/10/02/meet-ordinary-people-director-steve-gamba/ http://auburnplayers.org/2017/10/02/meet-ordinary-people-director-steve-gamba/#respond Mon, 02 Oct 2017 05:10:50 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2389 ORDINARY PEOPLE By Nancy Pahl Gilsenan.  Adapted from the novel by Judith Guest. October 12 – 15, 2017 at Cayuga Community College Conrad Jarrett had an older brother named Buck, and now Buck is gone. What’s left of young Conrad’s...

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ORDINARY PEOPLE

By Nancy Pahl Gilsenan.  Adapted from the novel by Judith Guest.

October 12 – 15, 2017 at Cayuga Community College

Conrad Jarrett had an older brother named Buck, and now Buck is gone. What’s left of young Conrad’s family, with his successful, well-intentioned father and his beautiful, organized and remote mother, is in terrible jeopardy, as is Conrad himself. They are all “ordinary people” and each is fighting a hard battle. This play goes to the essence of a young man, his friends and family, their relationships and survival.

A New York Times critic summed up, “The anxiety, despair and joy that is common to every human experience … if Conrad and his family are ordinary people, why then so are we all.”

Meet Stephen Gamba, Director

Steve is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia with a Bachelor’s of Music in Music Education, and Kennesaw State University with a Masters of Education and Administration.

He has been a featured performer in theaters in Central New York as well as the Southeastern US. Some favorite roles include the title role in Leonard Bernstein’s Candide, Harold Hill in The Music Man, Cornelius Hakl in Hello Dolly!, Fred/Petrucchio in Kiss Me Kate, Danny in Baby, and Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods. Melchoir in Amahl and the Night Visitors, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, Jinx in Forever Plaid, The Baker in Into the Woods,  George in Same Time, Next Year,  Max in Lend  Me a Tenor, and Thomas Andrews in Titanic: The Musical.

His performance of Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, earned him a SALT nomination, and was nominated for a Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Award for excellence in choreography.  He was music director and conductor for APCT’s production of Hair, receiving an award for Excellence in Music Direction and Excellent Pit Orchestra from The Theater Association of New York State (TANYS). Steve is also Artistic Director/Conductor of The Syracuse Gay and Lesbian Chorus.

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ORDINARY PEOPLE – TICKETS ON SALE NOW http://auburnplayers.org/2017/09/23/ordinary-people-tickets-sale-now/ Sat, 23 Sep 2017 07:26:56 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2365 Everything is in its proper place… Except the past Directed by Stephen Gamba, Ordinary People tells the story of one family’s struggle to cope after two traumatic events: the accidental drowning of one son, and the attempted suicide of the other....

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Everything is in its proper place…

Except the past

Directed by Stephen Gamba, Ordinary People tells the story of one family’s struggle to cope after two traumatic events: the accidental drowning of one son, and the attempted suicide of the other. We are dropped into the story over a year later, when the surviving son is returning home after being committed to a mental hospital and the family is struggling to return to a sense of normalcy.

Adapted from Judith Guest’s landmark 1976 novel that famously inspired the multiple Oscar-winning 1980 Robert Redford film, the story holds up well in today’s more jaded times. The story still resonates.

Show Dates/Times:    October 12th, 13th, 14th at 7:30, and Sunday, October 15th at 2:00.

Where:    Cayuga Community College – Bisgrove Theater, 197 Franklin St, Auburn

Tickets:    $13 (Senior/Student) – $15 (General) – Thursday Nights are 1/2 price

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First Look at Auburn Players Community Theatre’s ORDINARY PEOPLE http://auburnplayers.org/2017/09/02/first-look-auburn-players-community-theatres-ordinary-people/ Sat, 02 Sep 2017 05:16:07 +0000 http://auburnplayers.org/?p=2354 The Auburn Players Community Theatre presents Judith Guest’s ORDINARY PEOPLE, adapted for the stage by Nancy Gilsenen and directed by Steve Gamba, October 12 – 15 at the Bisgrove Theater at Cayuga Community College in Auburn ORDINARY PEOPLE tells the...

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The Auburn Players Community Theatre presents Judith Guest’s ORDINARY PEOPLE, adapted for the stage by Nancy Gilsenen and directed by Steve Gamba, October 12 – 15 at the Bisgrove Theater at Cayuga Community College in Auburn

ORDINARY PEOPLE tells the story of a Lake Forest High School student, Conrad Jarrett (Theodore Brill). Conrad had an older brother named Buck, and now Buck is gone. What’s left of young Conrad’s family, with his successful, well-intentioned father (Chris Yeckel), and his beautiful, organized and remote mother (Lesley Kennedy), is in terrible jeopardy, as is Conrad himself. They are all “ordinary people” and each is fighting a hard battle.

ORDINARY PEOPLE cast also includes Bailey Kennedy (Jeannine), Kristie Gutierrez (Karen), Dom Carnicelli (Doctor Berger), Noah Rigby (Stillman) and Dylan Walawender (Joe).

 

ORDINARY PEOPLE plays October 12 – 15, 2017 at Cayuga Community College.  Show times are Thursday, Friday, Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday at 2:00 p.m.  Tickets are available online at www.auburnplayers.org or over the phone by calling the 315.702.7832

 

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Meet the Beast http://auburnplayers.org/2017/08/01/meet-cast-beauty-beast-jr/ 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/ 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/ 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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