This thrill ride of a play will have you screaming in laughter one moment and screaming in terror the next.
Performances set for Thursday, February 28, 2013, Friday, & Saturday, March 1, 2, 2013 – 7p.m. Sunday, March 3, 2013 – 2p.m.
The tent has been raised and moving quickly for shows which begin on February 27
Support local theatre and leave reality for an evening by watching this well-directed, beautifully performed and cleverly choreographed treasure
The combined drama, vocal and instrumental departments of John Burroughs High School presented the award winning Broadway musical, “Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”
“Stories on the Rocks” is quite untraditional; experiencing six, 10-minute plays where redemption, revenge and reconciliation become the alcoholic mixture in the relationship cocktail
Show traces out an “average day in the life of Charlie Brown”
Church players, led by veteran TV actor Daniel Roebuck, give ‘The 39 Steps’ a go in this parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 film of the same name. Proceeds will benefit St. Francis Xavier Church and School in Burbank.
Like the old saying, the show made you laugh and it made you cry. Actually, it made the packed audience laugh a lot.
You’ll not only see veteran actors at the top of their craft, but also exquisitely rendered violin performances from prodigy Geneva Lewis, already amazing at 14
J & J PRODUCTIONS at Theatre Banshee – Burbank – Announces January/2013 Opening Headliners Including Jimenez, Cabling, Peters, and More
This year Mary and Joseph are played by Julia Newton and Nick Rogus, high school students who have been with the production since its inaugural run in 2004
An unusual blend of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol, this play parodies yet still honors the two great stories, while peppering in perfectly placed modern jokes that even the most hip, technologically advanced tween will get.