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On May 6 the musical Rent will be opening on stage at Fresno State. Recently we chatted with the show’s director, J. Daniel Herring, about the show.
Rent comes through Fresno this week for two performances at the Saroyan Theater in Fresno on February 6 and 7. We were recently able to chat recently with one of its stars, Deri’Andra Tucker, who plays Mimi.
This has been a slow month for Valley theatre. If you have already seen the shows at Roger Rocka's and 2nd Space, there's not much else to see in January. Well the Reedley River City Theatre Co. has a cure for that--a way to see pieces of a ton of different shows all at once--Legends: Lullaby of Broadway opened this past weekend!
Last night my son and I were able to sit in on part of a tech rehearsal for the California Public Theater production of Rent that opens tomorrow night. Since the show only has two performances I didn't want to wait until it opened to write about it, so they were kind enough to let us sit in.
Rent is once again on stage in the Valley--this time in Fresno on December 28 and 29. KRL sat down to chat with the show's director S. Eric Day.
Here at KRL we like to share with our readers the lives behind the very talented actors that perform for us on the local stages. This month we are profiling local actress Danielle Jorn who has graced the stage of many of the shows we have reviewed here.
This has been a great year for theatre in the Valley! I’ve been blessed to have had the chance to enjoy a great deal of it, and KRL has reviewed and previewed even more—from the more serious thought provoking plays produced by new company The New Ensemble, to fun musicals like Grease at Reedley River City and the Valley premiere of Legally Blonde at Roger Rocka’s.
After months of preparation, Rent finally hits the stage in Visalia on Friday, July 22. This will not only be a great show, but also a fundraiser for local HIV/AIDS charities.
The first local production of Rent in the Valley will be upon us in less than a month, as they open on July 22 at the Main Street Theater in downtown Visalia. The show is being produced by the Fourth Wall Theatre Company and has a special twist of also being a fundraiser for local HIV/AIDS programs.