Reserve Seats Today!

Hey everybody!

It’s not too late to reserve your special seat in the theater on Friday night, February 3rd, for a fun event for the whole family!   We’re really excited that the Lord has brought us this far, and even more excited to see what the day of the performance will bring! 🙂

To God be the Glory Alone:

Emily S.


Coming down to the Wire!

Here are a few snippets of one of our last practices at the house… Can’t give too many sneak peeks.  We practiced most of our duets, some solos, and trios, and now we’re sufficiently ready to attempt our first dress rehearsal at our house this Friday.

Please come and join us on February 3rd, 2012 at 6 PM at the Elizabeth Middle School for a fun night of entertainment for the whole family! 🙂


Posting Flyers!

We’ve been all over town posting flyers about the musical… In all we’ve posted about 180 fliers… We’re hoping to get feedback, as we’re interested in whether people saw the fliers or not.  It was a fun experience getting to know some of the “Old Town, small shops,” part of Castle Rock, Parker, Kiowa, Elizabeth, and of course Elbert.  Elbert is already mostly a small town feel with a few small shops.  We’re now 4 weeks out from the musical revue, and all the practices are wrapping up the fine details on the songs.



Practices have been going really well.  We’re progressing towards wrapping up the choreography on most of the songs.  We just finished one of our Oliver! Songs last week and really enjoyed being able to include all 24 of our actors and actresses in it.   The hope is that we will be ready by February 3rd of 2011.   Come join us! It’s going to be a fun night!

Our Dream

Everyone loves the old Broadway musicals, right?  They are endeared to songs like “Do Re Mi,” from the Sound of Music.  We cry with Annie in the song, “Maybe,” as she dreams about the father and mother she never knew.  We laugh with Bert, the vivacious chimney sweep, as he dances along with Mary through the song “Jolly Holiday.”

About a year ago, my sister and I had a dream to do a musical.  But we couldn’t decide on just one musical.  We had to include them all, so we combined a simple and fun medley of 11 songs which included songs from Oliver, Annie, Fiddler on the Roof, The Sound of Music, Les Miserables, and even the movie “Anastasia.”  It was presented as a dinner theater for 80-100 guests to enjoy a delicious southwestern plated dinner while singing and enjoying children getting the opportunity to revive and refresh the songs everybody knows and loves!

This year, we decided to go bigger… Won’t you come and join us on February 3rd, 2011 at 6:30 PM for a night full of songs, tears, fun, and laughter!