BY CARY GINELL One important and valuable aspect of Cabrillo Music Theatre’s long tenure in Ventura County is its devotion to casting talented young local performers in as many of its productions as it can.
BY CARY GINELL He’s hard to miss on stage. A husky, ever-smiling youngster with bright red hair and a big voice. Nicholas Glaab recently graduated from Newbury Park High School and will be missed
BY CARY GINELL One of the great things about Ventura County theater is that there is a never-ending progression of young talent that keeps coming up through the ranks. Two of the more impressive
BY CARY GINELL This weekend, the husband-and-wife duo of Kirby and Beverly Ward will be performing Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance, in three concerts at the Rubicon Theatre Company. Although nothing new in the annals of
BY CARY GINELL This is the time of year when high school seniors are getting ready to head off to college, and for those who are looking toward a career in the theater, it’s
BY CARY GINELL The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance was originally a short story penned in 1953 by Dorothy M. Johnson (1905 – 1984), who wrote numerous articles and stories with Western themes. In
BY CARY GINELL Ventura County has always been a proving ground for young performers, and one of the brightest that we’ve seen in the past few years is Kristen Wisneski, a 17-year-old junior at
BY CARY GINELL It’s not often when a person is able to develop their own stage show about their idol, but for the past four years, actor/singer Scott Dreier has done that very thing,
BY CARY GINELL I haven’t posted a story yet this year because I’ve been busy. For the past two weeks, I’ve been immersed in learning the flute part to the score of The 25th Annual
BY CARY GINELL VC On Stage was busy in 2015. In addition to reviewing dozens of shows throughout Ventura County, we also got to know a number of performers on a more intimate basis.