January 27 & 28 at 7pm
January 28 & 29 at 2pm
Photo Courtesy of Isaac Hernandez
Santa Barbara High School Theatre’s annual Broadway Revue, Music of the Night, has been a part of student culture at Santa Barbara High School for the past sixteen years and is now returning for its seventeenth season. Music of the Night was created in 1999 by students Blake Berris, Ashley Rodgers, and Evan Hughes, as a way to celebrate student ownership of their theatre education. What started as a little show to fill the long break between the Fall show and the Spring show, often done only with a piano or canned music, has become a full blown stage production, with costume and light design, sophisticated videos, and a live band. It is cast, directed, choreographed and produced entirely by student directors (Hazel Brady, Sarina Wasserman, and Ben Zevallos) under the supervision of Artistic Director Otto Layman. This year the cast of 23 students will perform musical numbers from Broadway musicals — among them, Hamilton, Heathers, Guys and Dolls, Newsies, High School Musical and many more. The show has grown tremendously over the years, and now has the same stature and attendance of our main stage shows--which is an enormous source of pride to the theatre staff.
Music of the Night 2017 plays January 26, 28, at 7pm and January 28, 29 at 2pm in the Santa Barbara High School Theatre. Be sure to mark your calendars, because this is one show you won’t want to miss!
Music of the Night 2017 Features: Will Blondell, Hazel Brady, Iyana Brown, Logan Fleming, Gianna Gonzalez, Cole Hanson, Joe Hill, Bella Holland, Sophia Hurtado Liliana Johnston, Ben Kreitzer, Lily Linz, Drewes McFarling, Kieran Meaney, Elias Lopez Mora, Cai Norton, Penny O'Mahoney, Miranda Ortega, Zoe Padilla, Elvis Pagano, Sarina Wasserman, Amanda Weymouth and Ben Zevallos
Musical Direction by Jon Nathan, Robert Johnson, Sio Tepper
Production Stage Manager: An Pham
Technical Direction and Light Design by Jonathan Mitchell
Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, and $25 for Reserved
Orchestra seating with all proceeds benefiting Santa Barbara High School Theatre’s Spring Musical, Bullets Over Broadway. For ticket reservations and more information please visit www.sbhstheatre.com