Shake, Rattle & Broadway
The award winning Dori Bryan-Ployer, hot off her successful productions of RENT and HAIRSPRAY has put together some highlights of successful Broadway Shows.Enjoy the hottest songs and dances from Broadways biggest hits. Past & Present!
Bay Colony Productions will present "Shake, Rattle and Broadway," a musical revue featuring Broadway songs that span the 1930's through today! Come and experience the best of Broadway with everything from Anything Goes to Sweeney Todd, South Pacific to In The Heights and everything in between! Enjoy both the beloved classics and current Broadway hits all in one evening! Shake, Rattle and Broadway," will run Friday, August 12th, Saturday, August 13th at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, August 14th at 2 p.m. in the Orpheum Theatre in Foxboro. Be sure to get your tickets now for this exciting evening of song and dance!
"Shake, Rattle and Roll" features 14 actors, ages 18 to, from all over the New England area, including the following actors and actress from Rhode Island: Sean Nolan and Michael Evora from Cranston; Massachusetts features Jessica Golden from Abington; David DaCosta, Kassandra Grant Sullivan and Katherine Joy from Brockton; Adam Joy, Chelsea Cavarnago and Robert White from East Bridgewater; Christine Gill from Natick; Bill Roberts from Norfolk; Bill Cunningham from Quincy; Jess Andra from Southboro and from Weymouth Steve Dooner.
Bay Colony Productions resident director/choreographer Dori Bryan (Holbrook) and music director Janice Issa (Avon) decided to create a program that would offer their audience an eclectic evening of song and dance. "Act I features Broadway classics, Act II showcases Broadway today, it is terrific to experience so many genres in one evening," said Bryan.
"This production celebrates Broadway, it is very inspiring to be reminded of why the classics have stood the test of time while appreciating how the newer material will certainly do the same", added Issa.
The Orpheum Theatre
1 School Street
Foxboro, MA 02035
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|