Winner of the 2000 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music (with 12 total nominations including Outstanding New Musical), and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical of the 2000 season, Andrew Lippa's THE WILD PARTY is based on Joseph Moncure March's 1928 narrative poem of the same name. Secret Theatre Musicals' production of THE WILD PARTY features Broadway's Courtney Glass* (Woman in White) as Queenie and Anthony Hollock* (Hair) as Oscar, alongside Keith Collins* as Burrs, Adam Kemmerer as Black and Missy Dowse* as Kate.
The cast is completed by Lindsay Nass (Madelaine True), Dan Olsen (Eddie), Heather Anderson (Mae), Eugenio Vargas* (Phil), Vincent Rodriguez III* (Jackie), Ashley Nicole Keene, Erica Lindblad, Ryan Cavanaugh, Erin Holmes, Vanessa Altschuler and Derrick J. The cast is completed by Lindsay Naas (Madelaine True), Dan Olson (Eddie), Heather Anderson (Mae), Eugenio Vargas* (Phil), Vincent Rodriguez III* (Jackie), Ashley Nicole Keene, Erica Lindblad, Ryan Cavanaugh, Erin Holmes, Vanessa Altshuler and Derrick J.
We’re back to the Wild West with the classic musical Calamity Jane, coming to Milton Keynes Theatre from November 25.
Jodie Prenger is in the title role of Calamity Jane, Tom Lister as Wild Bill Hickok, Alex Hammond as Danny and Phoebe Street as Katie Brown. But things don’t go too smoothly for Calamity, as everyone in town favours the new girl and she struggles to keep her jealousy and pride in check. Calamity Jane has an Oscar nominated score that includes The Black Hills of Dakota, The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away), Just Blew in from the Windy City and the award-winning song Secret Love.
Jodie Prenger is probably best known for winning the role of Nancy in Cameron Mackintosh’s West End production of Oliver! Since then she has starred in the National Theatre’s hit production of One Man, Two Guvnors both in the West End and on tour and as Lady of the Lake in Spamalot. The rest of the company includes Anthony Dunn, Sioned Saunders, Rob Delaney, Christina Tedders, Paul Kissaun, Jon Bonner, Martin McCarthy, Matthew James Hinchliffe, Jamie Noar, Giovanna Ryan and Justin Wilman. Mandel Bruce Patinkin, named after his grandfather, Menachem Mendal, was born in Chicago, on November 30, 1953. He continued his dramatic education at the University of Kansas, then went on to the Juilliard School of Drama. He has three great passions: his family, his career, and his toy train collection (picture with his trains). He and his wife, actress-writer Kathryn Grody, live on Manhattan's Upper West Side with their sons, Isaac and Gideon. When you do a part like I did in the Princess Bride, Inigo Montoya, it's the greatest thing in the world because I had to be a swordfighter.
We are very sad to report the recent death of our friend, colleague and designer, Heather Blackham.
Secret City Arts has been successful in two recent funding applications, and we’re looking forward to working in new directions.

We were delighted to receive funding from HLF for a project with year 6 pupils at Rookery Primary School.
We’re exploring all things owl in our Story Owls project with older adults in Attwood Green and Lee Bank, Edgbaston, as part of the Big Hoot. We’ll be showing our project films, and presenting a copy of our Guide to Life to the library.
And we’ll be delighted to welcome Dr Chris Upton, local historian, and Rachel MacGregor will be showing Treasures of the Archive. We’re celebrating the opening of the new Library of Birmingham with a Culture on Your Doorstep project bringing archive materials out into the community in Kingstanding and Erdington.
This is the first of our films created for our recent project On This Ground (funded by Heritage Lottery). Our HLF project in and around Woodview, Edgbaston, is revealing a rich medley of hidden histories and stories.
We have just completed our current project Roots and Seeds funded by BCC Next Generation Fund. In February 2011 The Secret City Team investigated and made a creative response to The Walls and Water of Brindley Place as part of the Culture on Your Doorstep programme. This is the final cut of the living story and sound work curated by Pyn Stockman and edited by Marc Reck. You can also see the animation and explore some of the original stories and writing by visiting our project page. With a book, music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa (You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, John and Jen, The Addam's Family), this exciting production is directed by Taryn Turney and will play a 3-week limited engagement.
THE WILD PARTY tells the story of one wild evening in the Manhattan apartment shared by Queenie and Burrs, a vaudeville dancer and a vaudeville clown. He came to New York in the mid-seventies, appearing in many Shakespeare Festival productions before making his Broadway debut in 1977 as Mark in the play Shadow Box. He loves to work and has a hard time relaxing, which is one reason he is learning how to meditate.
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We make a creative response to secret wild green spaces, living stories and hidden history in the urban world. We have been awarded funding from Voices of War to work with Paul Long and Nick Webster of BCU to research the impact of our WW1 project From Handsworth to Flanders Field (see below) and are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration exploring the use of archive film and our own creative approach to history and heritage work in schools.

Real live owls from Hagley Falconry Centre swooped around the community rooms at Chiswick House, Latimer Gardens and St Luke’s, bringing hoots of delight from local residents. One of the many fantastic outcomes was this film created in collaboration with Martin MacNally of Reel Access and Marc Reck of Reckorder. Over 250 people took part in our creative activities on the Arts Bus, perched for 7 days in different spots around the city, with funding from Birmingham City Council.
Performances will begin Thursday, July 12th and continue through Saturday, July 28th at The Secret Theatre. In a relationship marked by vicious behavior and recklessness (mirroring the time in which they live), they decide to throw a party to end all parties. Jeffrey Geiger on the CBS series Chicago Hope, it's because his family comes before his career.
He was also in psychotherapy for nine years and is now best friends with his former therapist. We work closely with the Archive service to bring historical materials out into the community, and create innovative project materials in the form of writing, live performance, film and audio work, books and printed materials. There’s a history map walking  trail, a wonderful celebration (with cake), and more information to follow along with the rest of the films. Evening shows Thursday through Saturday are at 8pm and Sundays at 7pm, with a special matinee performance on the 28th at 3pm.
His big movie break came several years later, when he co-starred with Barbra Streisand in Yentl--a romantic lead that required him to bare more than his soul, if you know what I mean. He is careful about what he eats, especially before a performance (in case you're wondering, he always has broiled fish, a baked potato, plain pasta, and a banana).
But for now if you have a few minutes take a look at this little film celebrating the history of The Bristol Street Cinema.
He dresses off-stage exactly as he does for his concerts--his T-shirt, pants, and shoes are always black.
He is a seventeen-year veteran of musical theatre, and a Tony winner for his role as Che Guevara in Evita.

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