The Studio Theatre presents SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD

The Studio Theatre presents SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD

This August, The Studio Theatre™ Tierra del Sol (806 San Marino Drive, The Villages, FL) will produce its inaugural show in its Summer Song Cycle Series: Songs for a New World. Songs for a New World is the musical which catapulted Tony Award winning composer, Jason Robert Brown (author of The Studio's spring musical, The Last Five Years) into international fame. Performed in concert by a cast of two men and two women on a bare stage, this remarkable song cycle examines the challenges, rewards, and knowledge we obtain and endure when pursuing our dreams in a new world of possibility.

The cast includes the theatre's Artistic Director Whitney Morse, who played Diana in Next to Normal, Cathy in The Last Five Years, and is currently playing Claire in Proof at The Studio. In addition to Morse, an America's Got Talent finalist and a Central Florida favorite Fernando Varela joins the cast. Josh Kimball from The Studio's production of Next to Normal, will be the second male voice. Allyssa Yost, recently seen at The Winter Park Playhouse in Why Do Fools Fall In Love? will join the cast as well. Heather Ard and Nicu Brouillette will understudy. The creative team is composed of Producer Jason Goedken, Director Trevin Cooper, Music Director Gary Powell, Technical Director Preston Speaker, Set Designer Kenneth Constant, Lighting Designer Weston Corey, Sound Designer Eric Mielke, Costume Designer Seth Stelly, Production Manager Danielle Paccione, Stage Manager Abigale Bobb, Production Assistant Amber Sacks, and House Manager Grace Petty.

The Studio Theatre Tierra del Sol, 806 San Marino Dr. The Villages, FL. When: Aug 13 - Aug 29, 2017 | Only 9 performances. For tickets: www.TheSharonStudio.com | (352) 751-7799. Price: $20 General Admission | Tickets on sale May 2nd

The Studio Theatre's Mission is to inspire the residents of Central Florida to examine relevant issues by elevating them through innovative and intimate storytelling.

Think outside the box, inside the box.

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