Audition announcement!!

West Valley Light Opera announces the audition dates for

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“Breaking Up Is Hard To Do”

April 3 and April 5.  Times have not been confirmed, but as soon as I know them, you will as well.

For those who don’t know, “Breaking Up…” is a comedy featuring the songs of Neil Sedaka.

The story follows two friends, Lois and Marge,  that set out for good times and romance one Labor Day weekend in a Catskills resort.   Sounds like fun!!

Oh, and this just in…Turns out there is LIMITED seating for Sweet Charity on Sunday March 14 AND Sunday March 21.  Get those tickets now if you are serious about going on one of those days!  Call 408-268-3777 for availability.

Now we begin…

Late Thursday night, I got the news that a theatre company will be nice enough to sponsor my site and podcast and allow me access to all the behind the scenes stuff that the audience doesn’t get the chance to see.  Woo to the Hoo!! The next thing I have to do is contact other theatres and get them to say yes, to my idea.

I am tinkering with site to see if there is something else that I can do to make it POP.
I am trying to make a simple 60 second promo for my podcast.  I am stuck.  I have the ideas, but the wording of it sounds strange to me.
I’ll figure out something, but I just want to get it done.  I already know who my first interview is going to be, I just have to set a time to do it.  In addition, I have the very first song I want to share with people.  (Even if they can’t buy it.  Yet.)

Also, I’d like to take a moment and ask for poetry submissions or a short essay about an experience that you have had watching a performance. The only requirement for the essay is that you write about a work that stayed with you. It could be a painting, a play, a song you heard, or a story, basically something that is creative.
This is an invite to you, yes, you.  I think it’s important that people see that the Arts leave an impression on others and not just me.
Send your submissions to  Yes, that is one “r”.  Long story.