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Tecumseh Muse News! Tecumseh High and Middle Schools High School Advisors: Mrs. Davis, B103 and Mrs. Gulden, Library (937) 845-4500 Inspiring young people through the arts Middle School Advisor: Mrs. Lahela Snyder (937) 845-4465 Schedule at a Glance New Options for Tickets to Out of School 2011-12 Performances Out of School Opportunities 1.) Muse Machine “Hairspray” Ticket Package 10/19/11 La Bohéme Includes the following shows: Hairspray (Wright State Theatre) 11/03/11 Hairspray Wizard of Oz (Muse Machine Student Musical) 11/1/11 Caroline, or Change --With premium seating!!! Wizard of Oz (Dayton Philharmonic) 1/11/12 Wizard of Oz (Muse) Cost: $50 2/17/12 Wizard of Oz Note: this is a savings of $9 if ordered separately. This is the best way 2/27/12 In the Heights to guarantee a ticket to these popular shows. Tickets will go on sale on a first-come, first served basis. 3/10/12 Queen: A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular 2.) A la Carte Tickets 3/21/12 Dayton Art Institute Choose from the following shows: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In-school Performances La Bohéme (Dayton Opera) $8 Caroline, Or Change (Human Race) $7 9/23/11 Sogbety Diomande Queen: A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular (Dayton Philharmonic) $18 10/4/11 Change Dayton Art Institute with workshop $7 11/2/11 Poe’s Nevermore In the Heights (Springfield Arts Council) $15 Wizard of Oz (Muse Musical) $15 (non premium 11/30/11 The Magic of Movies seats) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Wizard of Oz* (DPO) $20 Save the Date!!! ~~~~~~~~~~ Hairspray* (after 9/22) $20 Open Mic Night 11/18/11 7-9 p.m. *Note: This show will first be offered only as a package, THS Cafeteria but after Sept. 22, may be sold a la carte if tickets remain. Do not delay; they are expected to sell quickly! Out of School Performances Wright State U. presents Hairspray The Dayton Philharmonic WSU Campus Orchestra presents... Nov. 3, 2011 Wizard of Oz ***Cost: Part of Hairspray Special) Feb. 17 A la carte $20 after 9/22 Part of Hairspray Package for $50 or a la carte for $20 It's 1962, and pleasantly plump Baltimore teen Tracy Ever wonder why Dorothy, her three faithful Turnblad has only one desire - to dance on the popular companions, the Wicked Witch and the Wizard Corny Collins Show. When her dream comes true, Tracy is transformed from social outcast to sudden star, but she seem as fresh, real and endearing as the day this must use her newfound power to vanquish the reigning magical film hit the theaters in 1939? Mark it down Teen Queen, win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin to the combination of brilliant casting, the advent and integrate a TV network - all without denting her 'do! of color movies, a wonderful script adaptation of a beloved children’s story, a landmark performance Don't miss HAIRSPRAY, Broadway’s musical-comedy from a singer who would go on to make musical phenomenon that inspired a major motion picture and won history, and, above all, the music and lyrics of eight 2003 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. As The Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg. Watch the movie New York Times says, “If life were everything it should on the big screen while listening to the live sound be, it would be more like HAIRSPRAY. It’s irresistible!” of a full philharmonic orchestra. Human Race Theatre Company presents Caroline, or The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra presents Change Queen: A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular March 10, 2012 Schuster Center Loft Theatre Cost: $18 Nov. 1 (Preview) Cost $7 With over 18 number one albums to their credit, Queen is recognized as one of the most influential British rock bands of all time. The year 2008 saw the It's America in 1963, with the turmoil of the JFK creation of a new show: “Music Of Queen – A Rock assassination and the civil rights movement. In a & Symphonic Spectacular.” It features a full rock Jewish household in Louisiana, the divorced African- band and stars from the London West End smash hit American maid and the eight-year old family son musical "We Will Rock You". With over seventy have their own worries and relationship. Virtually performers on stage this is one of the biggest rock sung-through, in styles ranging from Motown to shows on earth, featuring: “A Kind of Magic,” Yiddish Klezmer, Caroline, or Change is a multi- “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Radio Ga Ga,” “We Are Tony-nomination show that is about both major The Champions,” “Somebody To Love,” and all of issues of the nation and personal issues of the their classic hits. household, and how they interact. (ROTC students may have another commitment) The DAI presents… Romanticism: What’s Muse Machine proudly Love Got to Do With presents the It? 2011 Student Musical Mar. 21, 2012 The Wizard of Oz Cost $7 Victoria Theatre Includes tour and Jan. 11, 2012 workshop ***Part of Hairspray Package for $50 Romanticism, an art movement and style that or a la carte for $15 flourished during the 19th century, has little to do with things that are commonly thought of as romantic. Romantic artists rejected the cool Skip down the yellow brick road with us as we reasoning of classicism and emphasized attend the annual Muse Machine Student Musical. With a professional production team emotions painted in a bold dramatic manner. and some of the most talented students from the The tour will compare and contrast paining, Miami Valley, you will not be disappointed. Last literature, and music from the 19th century year we had two students who performed in the with works from the 20th century. In the musical—Natalie Wilson and Grant Warden. galleries you will be involved in a variety of Maybe you, too, can work with professional activities, including writing responses to a Broadway directors and be part of this fantastic variety of art forms. In the studio, you will use opportunity. Tryouts will be Sept. 24-Oct. 2. mixed media to create and embellish a journal to hold your written responses. The Springfield Arts The Dayton Opera Council presents presents Tony Award winning In the Heights La Bohéme Feb. 27, 2012 Kuss Auditorium Schuster Center Cost: $15 Oct. 19, 2011 Join us for the Miami Valley premiere of IN THE Cost: $8 HEIGHTS, the 2008 Tony® Award-winning Best Musical - a moving, funny, and uplifting new show Puccini’s beautiful score has made this poignant about a community of hard-working immigrants tragedy the most performed and most popular seeking a better life and trying to find their place in opera in the world. La Bohème has been the best their new country. With a remarkable young cast, first opera, the best date opera, and, for many, the thrilling Tony® Award-winning dancing and a best opera. The passion, beauty and fragility of dynamic Tony® Award-winning score, IN THE young love come vividly to life in Puccini’s HEIGHTS is an exhilarating journey into a vibrant masterpiece that has enchanted generations of Manhattan community – a place where the coffee is opera-lovers. This is an opera to be seen again light and sweet, the windows are always open, and and again! the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations Performed in Italian with English Surtitles above of music. You do NOT want to miss this! the stage. Muse Machine in-school performances scheduled for this year’s Muse Machine members include: Sept. 23, 2011 9:15 Sogbety Diomande We Kickoff our Muse In-school program with Sogbety Diomande, a native of the Ivory Coast in West Africa. He has been performing since he was a child. He has been a member of Ballet National de Cote d’ Ivoire, Kotchegna Dance Company, and has been featured with many troupes in NYC and around the US. Sogbety started his own troupe in 2005. His troupe performs at festivals and in colleges throughout the U.S. Sogbety’s performances are thrilling and interactive and a great way to begin our Muse year. Oct. 4, 2011 9:15 Change: A New Play by Michael Slade The Human Race Theatre Company Sometimes societal change happens slowly. Other times a single, monumental episode (either tragic or heroic) can cause a huge change in the way we, as Americans, see ourselves and our world. This three-character play will explore the ways our lives as Americans were forever altered by three iconic moments in time: the assassination of John F. Kennedy; the events of 9/11; and the election of the first African- American president, Barack Obama. CHANGE will not only entertain and inform, but will be a great discussion starter. Nov. 2, 2011 9:15 Edgar Allan Poe’s Nevermore: A New Musical Take a dark and mysterious journey into the life of Edgar Allan Poe. This imaginative musical uses Poe’s poetry and short stories as its base and his shifting obsessions with the women in his life as its catalyst. With hauntingly beautiful melodies, Nevermore breathes new life into Poe’s work and explores a twisted true-life tale that is as bizarre as his classic stories of the macabre. Directed by Muse Machine’s Director for Secondary Education David Brush, join us for this thrilling new musical in an edition designed exclusively for Muse audiences. Nevermore is presented through a special arrangement from Theatrical Rights Worldwide and creators Mark Connor and Grace Barnes. Nov. 30, 2011 9:15 The Magic of Movies A dynamic, interactive presentation, The Magic of Movies illustrates how diverse art forms come together to create the illusion of motion pictures. The multi-media experience is hosted by David Sherman, the Muse alum and film graduate who created recent promotional videos for Muse and the onstage movies seen in Muse Machine’s Singin’ in the Rain. Using a large screen, projections of films from early silent experiments through current blockbusters and plenty of student participation, The Magic of Movies will convey concepts including cinematography, special effects, music, editing and how all of these shape the way we experience one of the most popular art forms of all: the movies.
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