Music and Entertainment
Clearwater, Florida - West Coast Players will
present Lucky Stiff, Book and Lyrics by LYNN AHRENS, Music by
Based on "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo"
By Michael Butterworth, First Produced by Playwrights Horizons,
Off-Broadway in 1988.
Directed by Jeremy D. Silverman and Margee
Produced by John Timberlake
In this offbeat, hilarious murder mystery farce, complete with
mistaken identities, six million bucks in diamonds, and a corpse
in a wheelchair, an unassuming English shoe salesman stands to
inherit a fortune if he can succeed in passing his uncle off
Lucky Stiff is a thoroughly
enjoyable example of good old fashioned musical theatre
London Theatre News
WHAT: Lucky Stiff by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty
Directed by Jeremy D. Silverman and Margee Sapowsky
9 Weekend Performances
January 12-28, 2018
Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm, Sunday matinees at 2 pm
West Coast Players
21905 US 19 North, near the corner of Drew St. and US 19 N.
Box Office: 727-437-2363 or firstname.lastname@example.org
TICKET PRICES: $25; Discounts for students
and groups of 10 or more. The website link for ticket purchases
ABOUT: In this offbeat, hilarious murder mystery farce, complete
with mistaken identities, six million bucks in diamonds, and
a corpse in a wheelchair, an unassuming English shoe salesman
stands to inherit a fortune if he can succeed in passing his
uncle off as alive.
Presented by special arrangement with Music Theatre International.
Innovocative Theatre 18120
Fall Creek Dr. Lutz, FL 33558
Press contact: Staci Sabarsky, email@example.com, (919)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 1, 2018
Courageous new theatre company takes on the
American debate on abortion in KEELY AND DU Pulitzer play finalist
challenges all sides of this controversial issue. Somewhere,
a group is holding a young woman in a locked room, against her
will. They arent going to hurt her. They dont want
any ransom. They just want to change her mind about her unwanted
Thats the premise behind Keely and Du,
Jane Martins controversial drama on the continuing, contentious
debate over abortion in America. Though it was written almost
25 years ago, current developments in a number of states including
Kentucky, Alabama, Indiana and Alaska make this chilling script
seem based on events of the present day.
One of two finalists for the Pulitzer Prize
for drama in 1994, Martins script comes down to a conversation
between two women, both of whom have almost everything to lose
in our countrys ongoing dispute over reproductive rights.
Keelys a young woman who believes she isnt ready
to have any child and this one in particular. Du, an older
woman, is a nurse who has been assigned to counsel and
monitor her until she does.
In stark contrast to most plays on these issues,
Martins deliberately evenhanded script doesnt tilt
the playing field in one direction or another. With little else
to pass the time, both women in this psychological drama try
to convince each other of their position. As the days pass, each
passionately offers their most compelling and unassailable arguments.
And as other members of the shadowy group increase the pressure
on them, both women begin to questionand changetheir
Whatever our audiences thoughts are
on these issues, theyll be closely challenged before the
end of this remarkably thought-provoking play. And, be sure to
check out our promotional videos at:
Staci Sabarsky is available for interviews about Innovocative
Theatres and Keely and Du. Contact her via email
or phone number listed at the top.
Innovocative Theatres production of Keely and Du will
run for nine performances at Stageworks Theatre:
Thursday, January 11 at 8:00 p.m. (Preview
Friday, January 12 at 8:00 p.m. (Opening Night)
Saturday, January 13 at 3:00 p.m. + 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 14 at 3:00 p.m.
Friday, January 19 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 20 at 3:00 p.m. + 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 21 at 3:00 p.m.
Groups of 10 or more: $20 per ticket
Student/Military (ID required): $20
Preview Night: $15
Opening Night: $35 (includes post-performance reception)
NAME: Keely and Du
DATES: January 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, at 8:00 p.m.; January
13, 14, 20, 21 at 3:00 p.m.
VENUE: Stageworks Theater
TICKETS: $15 - $35 general admission
INFORMATION/RESERVATIONS: For tickets visit stageworkstheatre.org
or call 813.374.2416 ext. 1
The Debut Single from
US Singer/Songwriter Candace Campana - Pink Ink
From the home of innovative music - Nub Music
- comes the debut single from US based Singer Songwriter - Candace
Campana. Her unique songs and vocal style have been described
as "Dynamic" "Chilling" "Powerful"
"Angelic", and people often say her vocals reduce them
to tears. Pink Ink is a moving story about serious illness and
how something as simple as a tattoo can bring someone strength
in the most troubling of circumstances.
With an energy that overtakes the stage in her live performances,
this is an amazing, competent debut release - have a listen &
experience a new wave in US songwriting talent. Modern, confident
Candace "Cowgirl" Campana and is
everything you'd picture in a true blue country girl, and then
everything you'd never expect at the same time! Her musical influences
dont stop with Ms Patsy Cline, this girl loves Axl Rose, Kirk
Hammett, rock n roll, heavy metal, and of course Country's sweetheart,
Carrie Underwood. This rock n roll blondey sings, writes, and
performs her own material, and sleeps with a tape recorder by
her bed because she's always waking up with melodies in her head.
Just a singer? Think again, Candace runs and races her very own
barrel Pony, Mr Sunny Boy Jackson, and competes and rides as
often as she can. Their journey started when she rescued Ol'
Sunny boy when he was just a colt. He's now become a staple in
her life, and usually the first to hear her new songs. Candace
has been featured in movies, television shows, commercials, live
musicals, and has sang USA's National Anthem at well over 200
events. If you're looking for a real country artist with the
heart of a rocker, who not only lives and breathes the country
lifestyle, but walks it with or without shoes, it doesnt get
more authentic than Candace Campana!
To stream or download these materials, follow
Distribution via The Orchard
For interviews, more info please, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope you like the music!
Jennifer Pricci Joins MusicPlayers.com
Team as Features Editor Popular Online Magazine Expands Editorial
Wyckoff, NJ MusicPlayers.com, the premiere
online magazine for serious musicians, is proud to introduce
its new Features Editor, Jennifer Pricci.
Jennifer is a popular writer and blogger covering
the New York and New Jersey music scene for years, writing for
numerous performing arts publications, blogs, and websites. Besides
writing, shes also a lifelong musician, singer, and gear
I was really impressed by Jens
insightful and impactful storytelling and in-depth interviews,
explains Scott Kahn, MusicPlayers.com Editor-in-Chief. When
I discovered that she also founded an independent marketing agency,
I knew that shed be just the right kind of contributor
to take our artist coverage to an entirely new level.
MusicPlayers.com is best known for its in-depth
product reviews of musical instruments and recording tools, but
there are still thousands of musicians who dont realize
that the webzine also features extensive artist interviews, industry
feature stories, and beyond. But finding someone to lead the
online magazines growth in that area required just the
right fita gear junkie who is equally passionate about
telling the artists story.
Of the opportunity, Jennifer says, Having
read MusicPlayers.com content for years, I was thrilled when
Scott presented me with the opportunity to bring my music writing
to a larger, international audience. The word synergy gets thrown
around too much these days, but really, we both saw a great fit
here. I love to tell the musicians story, and MusicPlayers.com
is the perfect platform from which to tell it.
Editorial requests for feature stories, new
music releases, and artist interviews may be directed to Jennifer
Pricci at email@example.com.