Bill Hotaling to Choreograph SMTC's CABARET
Scottsdale Musical Theater Company has announced their choreographer for Cabaret will be Bill Hotaling. Bill hails from New York where he danced and taught at Broadway Dance Center and Steps on Broadway. He has choreographed numerous productions over the years including productions of Chicago and Pippin and has worked extensively with Bob Fosse protégé Chet Walker, who conceived and choreographed the 1999 Tony Award winning production of Fosse. Bill is the Founder and Artistic Director of Manhattan Dance Project, now in its 15th year of providing New York style dance workshops across the country and all over the world. He lives here in Phoenix with his wife Leah, a former Rockette dancer and their two sons. Bill and Leah own Conservatory of Dance, which is now the home base for SMTC for all rehearsals and auditions. Bill is excited to be able to work Cabaret into his very busy travel schedule and looks forward to bringing authentic Bob Fosse style to SMTC's production.
Auditions for Cabaret will be held on Wednesday, March 12th @ 6PM, Saturday, March 15th @ 2PM with callbacks on Sunday, March 16th @ 2PM - all held at the Conservatory of Dance, 13637 N. Tatum Blvd, Phoenix AZ. Auditions are by appointment only (call  909-4215 or email email@example.com) and full details can be found at www.scottsdalemusicaltheater.com.
Continuing its tradition of bringing Broadway's favorites back to life and a commitment to providing consistently top-notch entertainment to the Valley, Scottsdale Musical Theater Company prides itself on presenting affordable theatrical productions of well-known Broadway shows in their entire, original Broadway versions, with sets, fully costumed and featuring the best of Phoenix area talent along with a full live orchestra so that these shows can be heard and appreciated as they were originally meant to be.
SMTC's production of Kander and Ebb's classic Cabaret - at their new venue, Tempe Center for the Arts (700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe AZ 85281) - will be June 27th - 29th. Tickets range from only $28 - $39 and are currently available on-line thru SMTC, www.scottsdalemusicaltheater.com or by calling SMTC's box office at (602) 909-4215.