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  • INTERVIEW - Chat About The New Stage with Brian Scott Johnson & Joaquin Lewis III

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    Stockton Civic Theatre's Brian & Joaquin take a tour of the newly renovated SCT Main Stage immediately following "Unnecessary Farce" which closed on January 29th, 2017. You will learn about the new floor and why the floor needed to be replaced.

    Thank you to the St. Mary's Theatre Department for lending a hand during this process.
    Catch their show "The Wiz" on March 2 on the SCT Stage, followed by "The Subject Is Love",
    A Special 2-Week Fundraising Event to kick off new renovations to our facilities that is in need of a refresh.
    Thank you to Sarah Kellner with Across The Sea Photography for your photos of "Sister Act: The Divine Musical Comedy" used in this video.

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    Director of Photography: Joaquin Lewis III
    Edited by Joaquin Lewis III
    Camera: Val Cichocki
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    SCT IS GETTING A MAKEOVER!
    The Subject is Love, an original musical revue, is the kickoff fundraiser to a $350k capital campaign to upgrade the auditorium, lobby, and bathrooms and add much needed performance, rehearsal, and storage space.
    The show deals with the many facets of love—from longing to heartache, excitement to bitterness and everything in between. It features music ranging from standards like “Makin’ Whoopee” and “The Man That Got Away” to modern musical theatre masterpieces sure to be standards themselves one day. Come enjoy the wry wit and wisdom of songwriting masters like Cole Porter and Stephen Sondheim and the soaring melodies of Broadway composers like Jerry Herman and Jason Robert Brown. There is even a little Queen mixed in for good measure.
    Conceived and Directed by Dennis Beasley with Musical Direction by Joshua Landin
    Preview performance Wed March 22 at 7:30 pm Adults/seniors $16 Students $15
    Performances Fri 3/24 & Sat 3/25, Thurs 3/30, Fri 3/31, Sat 4/1 at 7:30, Sun 3/26 & 4/2 at 2:30
    Adults $27 Seniors $22 Students $15
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