Lewis Wilkenfeld Archive

Will the Curtain Come Down on Cabrillo? Lewis Wilkenfeld Explains

BY CARY GINELL Now that Bye, Bye Birdie has flown the coop, Cabrillo Music Theatre is heading down the home stretch of its fundraising drive, with its survival in the balance. A few weeks ago, I

Some Thoughts About the Passing of Musical Theatre Guild’s S. Marc Jordan, 83

BY LEWIS WILKENFELD A million wonderful memories of my dear, talented friend, S. Marc Jordan. But here’s three that mean a lot to me: 1. Directing him as the Wizard in THE WIZARD OF OZ

Behind the Curtain: My Day of Atonement

BY LEWIS WILKENFELD (lewis@cabrillomusictheatre.com) It’s time for the Jewish High Holy Days, including Yom Kippur. For the Jewish people, it’s a time to atone for our sins, and, when possible, make amends!  Last year,

“Behind the Curtain” – Some Dos and Don’ts of “after the audition”

BY LEWIS WILKENFELD After auditions are completed, I frequently get inquiries from actors who don’t receive a callback, or, later, don’t get cast in a role.  “Thank you for seeing me at auditions.  Can

From The Other Side Of The Table

By Lewis Wilkenfeld, Artistic Director, Cabrillo Music Theatre I love auditions! I know it’s easy to say this – since I don’t have to actually audition. And I always remind the staffs of Cabrillo