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Featured Shows

Christmas 2011

A new updated version of this incredibly popular show, now with an innovative and clever version of the Nutcracker as a closing production.

Just Folks

Here’s what happens when you combine Copland’s “Appalachian Spring” and “Billy the Kid” with classic American folk tunes!

Matador

A Spanish show with an unbelievable amount of energy and excitement! Both productions include slow builds of tension as the music drives to dramatic conclusions!

Vincent

A lovely show that tells the life story of Vincent van Gogh. I composed an original score based on the popular song “Vincent (Starry Starry Night)” that all audiences know and associate with van Gogh. Voice-overs explain the story while colors and visuals interpret artistically.

Willie Wonka

A crowd favorite AND great music that can be competitive! Much-loved melodies from “Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” fill this crowd-friendly show.

Medium-Easy

Styx

Contemporary arrangements of the classic rock tunes by Styx that audiences love and know.

Vincent

A lovely show that tells the life story of Vincent van Gogh. I composed an original score based on the popular song “Vincent (Starry Starry Night)” that all audiences know and associate with van Gogh. Voice-overs explain the story while colors and visuals interpret artistically.

Willie Wonka

A crowd favorite AND great music that can be competitive! Much-loved melodies from “Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” fill this crowd-friendly show.

Medium

3D

Clever and original! Music by Dvorak, Debussy and Daugherty, with the show themed to 3D in three different ways!

A Day in New York City

A trip to New York City! Easy themeing that audiences will love, and tunes that everyone will know and enjoy.

Always Watching

Depicting the phenomenon of intense surveillance in today’s society, this show featured innovative visuals and the music of Radiohead and Shotakovich.

Bells (2015)

Shows about bells provide a multitude of visual and aural possibilities. The band members can carry bells and play them to great effect at key moments throughout the production. Possibilities for visual interpretation are abundant and make this an easy show to produce!

Matador

A Spanish show with an unbelievable amount of energy and excitement! Both productions include slow builds of tension as the music drives to dramatic conclusions!

Perceptions of Time

The tyranny of the clock drives The Verdi Requiem, while the gorgeous “Nessun Dorma” gives us a look back at a slower time. The original finale gives us optimism for our ability to manage time and make it our friend and ally.

The Jetsons Visit the Planets

Not your average Space show! The Planets superimposed inside “The Jetsons,” plus Apollo 13 and Star Trek Into Darkness!

Tradition, Tribute, and Transcendence

This show looked back with pride to the music of Tchaikovsky, looked at today with appreciation using the music of Rozsa, and looked forward with enthusiasm to the future with the music of Tim Hinton.

Medium-Advanced

Picture This

Using frames and art as a connecting conceptual thread, this show features great music by Mussorgsky, Bartok, and Rachmaninoff in a tuneful show that audiences will love!

Arachnaphobia

This creepy and fun show about spiders is one of my favoite all-times show, including a giant web and a band member attacked by spiders!

Just Folks

Here’s what happens when you combine Copland’s “Appalachian Spring” and “Billy the Kid” with classic American folk tunes!

Christmas 2011

A new updated version of this incredibly popular show, now with an innovative and clever version of the Nutcracker as a closing production.

Christmas

A very strong concept, played out with recognizable yet classic music and lots of energy and musicality.

Classical Favorites

Filled with famous Classical melodies that have huge audience appeal and recognition, this show includes everything from Grieg to the Can-Can!