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Extra! Extra! Disney's NEWSIES Hits the Village Theatre Stage This Holiday Season VideoExtra! Extra! Disney's NEWSIES Hits the Village Theatre Stage This Holiday Season
by Julie Musbach - Oct 20, 2017

Village Theatre is proud to present what's sure to be one of the most spectacular dance shows in its history, Disney's Newsies. This high-energy musical combines Broadway-caliber entertainment with the story and tunes from the beloved cult-classic movie. Based on the Newsboys Strike of 1899, the narrative follows Jack Kelly and his crew of ragtag newsboys who become unlikely heroes when they stand up for what's right.

STAGE TUBE: Backstage with Village Theatre's PUMP BOYS AND DINETTES, Featuring Levi Kreis
by Stage Tube - Sep 12, 2016

Village Theatre kicks off its 2016-2017 Season with Pump Boys and Dinettes, a light-hearted concert-style musical celebration of life's simple pleasures, set on Highway 57 in North Carolina. Click below to go behind the scenes!

STAGE TUBE: Alice Ripley Sings 'When There's No One' from CARRIE in Seattle
by Stage Tube - Oct 7, 2013

Tony Award-winning Broadway actress Alice Ripley (Next to Normal) leads the cast of CARRIE the musical, October 11-26, 2013, at the historic Moore Theatre, also featuring fellow Broadway alumni Kendra Kassebaum (Wicked) andKeaton Whittaker (A Little Night Music), and directed by Broadway alum Louis Hobson (Next to Normal). In the video below, Alice Ripley sings 'When There's No One' from the production!

STAGE TUBE: Kirsten DeLohr Helland Sings 'Miles Of Time' from New Musical TRAILS at Village Theatre
by Stage Tube - Apr 8, 2013

On April 1st, 'Miles Of Time' from the musical TRAILS was featured on New Day Northwest Seattle. Kirsten DeLohr Helland, who plays the lead role of Amy in Village Theatre's new musical TRAILS, performed, accompanied on piano by Music Director R.J. Tancioco. The two then joined host Margaret Larson to talk about the musical, which runs through April 21 at Village Theatre in Issaquah and April 26 - May 19 at Village Theatre in Everett. Click below to watch the segment!