Monthly Archive:: February 2015

Kyer Komments: Building a Show On a Shoestring Budget

BY KRISTOPHER KYER    Having just returned from a six-week stint in the Boston area, directing, starring, and building sets and props for a big production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, I got to

An Interview With Original “Annie” Producer Irwin Meyer

BY CARY GINELL When the curtain on High Street Arts Center’s current production of Annie came up on opening night February 6, sitting in the audience was Irwin Meyer. Meyer was one of the original producers

“Stomp” Raises A Lot of Dust

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL Stomp, which played a limited engagement for two nights last week at the Fred Kavli Theater, is probably the most unusual show to ever hit Broadway. For the uninitiated, Stomp has

Following the Mouse Interview – Part 2

BY CARY GINELL Continuing our freewheeling talk with producer Quentin Garzon and co-hosts Andrew Metzger and Sarah Watkins regarding the upcoming Following the Mouse revue. VCOS: So, Andrew and Sarah, how is it going to

Roundtable Discussion: “Following the Mouse” – Part 1

BY CARY GINELL On Friday, February 27, local performer Quentin Garzon (who we last saw in Conejo Players’ production of Shrek) is producing a revue of songs from Disney productions titled “Following the Mouse.” The