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Amity’s Outdoor Production Of Anastasia — Still Some Tickets Left

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Jun 092021
 

Amity High School is proud to present the Broadway musical, Anastasia.

Anastasia is the story of Anya (Grace Blanchard), an orphan in 1920s St. Petersburg yearning to discover her lost family.

She encounters two men — ex-aristocrat Vlad (Nicholas Matalote) and the strapping conman Dmitri (Ryan Kennedy) — who convince her she just might be Anastasia, the Romanov duchess rumored to have survived the Russian Revolution.

Together, they flee to Paris, where they hope to present Anya to the exiled Dowager Empress (Olivia Sceppa), Anastasia’s grandmother, who happens to be offering a reward to anyone who finds her granddaughter.

Anastasia is a musical for the whole family! And… for the first time ever the show will be presented outdoors to provide a safer environment for our audience.

Tickets for our outdoor production of Anastasia the Musical are Now On Sale!
June 16th-19th & 23rd-26th 2021
Click HERE for tickets
The remaining cast members and crew are:
Rylee Maxwell – Young Anastasia, Romanov, Greta Pedenski – Teen Anastasia, Romanov, McKenna Maxwell – Maria Romanov, Marfa, Michael Perrone – Count Leopold, Drunk 2, Kaitlyn Pryor – Drunk 4,
Ian Rosenay – Drunk 3, Harry Rosenay – Count Gregory, Victoria Pocwierz – Swan Lake Dancer, Corey Richards – Tsar Nicholas II, Sergei the Doorman, Drunk 1, Macie Cox Tsarina Alexandra, Jacob Ebert- Gorlinsky, Spencer Fiske – Count Ipolitof, Audrey Jurzyk – Olga Romanov, Dunya, Zola Kneeland – Tatiana Romanov, Paulina, Steven Rizzotti – Alexei Romanov, Antonia Tzepos – Countess Gregory, Brynn Weirsman – Countess Lily Malevsky – Malevitch, Nolan Young – Gleb Vaganov, Jenna Chizmadia – Swan Lake Dancer, Romanov Ensemble.
Also: Bolshevik ensemble — Rhian Alsgaaard, Bridget Browe, Maria Dalle Ave, Gillian Fuchs, Grace Kennedy, Grace Mahon, Zoe Smith, Ava Swain.
Romanov Ensemble — Molly Blair, Annika Lyngdal, Kasey Smith.
And Finally: Cassidy Smith – Stage Manager, Olivia Cheng – Assistant Stage Manager, and Ally Balocca – Costume Crew Head.
TICKETS
Although Amity Musicals traditionally sell out, there are still tickets available for every performance (especially the two Saturday matinee shows).
Click HERE and get your tickets now!
Ticket availability Week One
On opening night, Wednesday, June 16 (5) five seats are available
There are 13 seats available on Thursday, June 17
On Friday, June 18, there are 9 available seats.
There are many seats available for the 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday, June 19 and 31 seats for the 7:30 evening performance.
Ticket availability Week Two
There are plenty of seats, (27) available on Wednesday, June 23
On Thursday, June 24, there are still 15 seats available
On Friday, June 25, 19 seats are available.
There are numerous seats available for the 2 p.m. Saturday matinee on June 26.
On Closing Night, there are still 15 seats available for the 7:30 p.m. show.

 

And The Nominees Are:

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Jun 012019
 

Once again, the Amity Creative Theater’s excellent spring musical production received several nominations for the High School Musical Awards – The Sondheim Awards
If you were lucky enough to see this year’s show, “Catch Me If You Can,” you will most likely agree with the judges on their choices:
Best Actor Marty Gnidula – Carl Hanratty 
Best Actor Ryan Kennedy – Frank Abagnale Jr.
Best Supporting Actress Sophia Halepas – Carol Strong (Brenda’s mom)
Student Assoc. Costume Design Abby Slanski
Student Assoc. Lighting Design Micheal DeCesare
Best Choreography Andrea Kennedy
Best Direction Andrea & Robert Kennedy
Best Musical

The winners will be announced at the Shubert Theater in New Haven on Monday, June 3.

 

Rob Kennedy: This Year’s Amity Theater Events

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Sep 062017
 

We are very excited about all the great programs we are preparing for the 2017-2018 school year.

We will start off with a bang this Saturday night, September 9, on the campus of Fairfield University’s Quick Center for the Arts. Our talented Amity students will be performing at the annual Jamie Hulley Arts Gala.  There will be amazing silent and live auctions topped off by the dance/party 80’s band RUBIX CUBE. Tickets are available at (203) 254-4010 or by going to www.JamieHulleyArtsFund.org .

Save the Dates:

December 8th and 9th 2017 – The Laramie Project – Ten Years Later:
The sequel to our 2007 production of the same name asks;  Can a tragedy bring real change? This moving play written by the Tectonic Theater Company is about the community of Laramie Wyoming and the aftermath of the Matthew Sheppard murder ten years after he died.

Our Spring Musical will be announced soon!

We have lots more in store too!

  • Our 24 Play Festival will return
  • A student Directed musical will debut
  • Monthly Cabarets in our Black Box Theater
  • Walt Disney World Performance April 2018

Do you have young kids who are interested in Singing/ Dancing and Acting?  Read below for a great new opportunity called our ACT Mentorship Program.

Thank you once again for your support and we will see you at all our great performances this coming school year!  Happy fall!

Robert Kennedy

Amity Creative Theater

Pretty Close To Sold Out: Get Your Tickets For In The Heights Now!

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Mar 312014
 

The cast during a rehearsal in late January.

The cast during a rehearsal in late January.

The Amity spring musical “In The Heights” will open on Friday night and tickets for the five performances are selling quickly.

A check of the ticket website shows the following:

Opening night – 17 seats remain

Saturday, April 5, 11 seats available

Thursday, April 10, many seats in the side rear sections

Friday, April 11, 11 seats remaining

Saturday, April 12, about 30 seats or more available. Closing night is always exciting as scholarships are presented to the students involved in the arts.

Tickets are a bargain at only $17 each, and you get to see the Amity High School Theater Program, which won the Best Musical honor at the 2013 CT High School Musical Awards.