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The making of a musical, part 1

Posted by on 2010/08/02

Working on Percival's head

This is it! It’s almost time! This Thursday, August 5th,2010 is the opening of my musical based on my book, To Find A Wonder. I hope you have your tickets = ). The junior interns at the New London Barn Playhouse have been very busy working on the puppets for the show as well as learning their lines, songs and dances. I thought you all might want to see some photos of the behind the scenes stuff. But first, the need to know stuff!

Tickets

There are some tickets still available (but not many)! If you are interested in seeing the show visit www.nlbarn.org to order online or to get more information. Showtimes are 11 am and 2 pm.

Previews

Sunday August 1 at 1pm. You can see a preview at Tattered Pages in Sunapee, NH. Plus we will have a book reading, signing and other fun stuff!

skeleton Lady

Can’t make it to the barn on August 5th?
Join the junior intern company at The Fells in Newbury, NH on August 14th from 10am-2pm. The whole family fun day is based around “To Find A Wonder” and a knight’s journey. We have games, crafts, stories and a special performance by the New London Barn Playhouse Junior Intership Company.

Still haven’t read the adventure?

Order a signed copy of the book at findawonder.com

The Frog Prince

One Response to The making of a musical, part 1

  1. Michael

    Good luck! I hope your musical goes wonderfully!

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