Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Monday, October 15, 2018

"Dames at Sea," Dress Rehearsals, Part 1 of 4, Priscilla Beach Theatre, Priscilla Beach, Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Priscilla Beach Theatre (PBT) Owners and Guardians, Bob and Sandy Malone, recently opened their production of the musical comedy "Dames at Sea" for a six performance run on the Barn Stage. The Barn Stage, a 240-seat venue, is in its 81st season and is cited as the oldest summer stock barn theatre still operating in America. The original barn was built in 1875. The current owners completed a modernization and renovation effort in 2014-15 and installed new state-of-the-art systems.

"Dames at Sea" is a 1930's styled performance about a young girl who steps off the bus from Utah to New York City and becomes a Broadway star. But before she can become a star, she must save the show with some help from a song writing sailor.

Produced by: Bob and Sandy Malone
Production Manager: Joshua Patino
Director: Danny Bolton
Music Director: Christopher Ricci
Choreographer: Christopher Noffke
Dance Captain: James Rose
Stage Manager: Heather Radovich
Sound Design/Engineer: Clear Line Audio
Assistant Stage Manager: Tricia McGrath
Lighting Operator: Tara Brennan

Musicians: Christopher Ricci, Michael Dobiel, Christopher Mish, Isaac Lit

Cast: Emma Clinch, Elizabeth D'Aiuto, Patrick MacLennan, Devin McCall, Kole McKinley, James Rose.

This is Part 1 of a four-part series that covers the two final dress rehearsals before opening. This post covers Act 1 of the first dress rehearsal.

Part 2 is at this link.

The following images were captured live during a dress rehearsal and are in order of occurrence in the show. Many images are similar since an individual performer may look better in one image than the other and some performers will use these images to share with family, friends, and/or, to build their resumes. Cast members hail from many parts of the country and bring their extraordinary talents to this venerable theatre. They are a wonderful bunch of talented, trained, spirited, hard-working, aspiring young people and I am happy to be able to support them in this photographic way.

(Click on an image for a higher resolution version if your device supports that action).

Note: Many of these theatre images, when viewed on a small screen cellphone, may present over-saturated colors. More normal views can be achieved when viewing on a larger laptop or desktop screen.

Part 2 is at this link.

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