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|Parent Flex Pass (for parents of students in Fiddler on the Roof) |
Fiddler on the RoofFiddler on the Roof, a gem from Broadway's Golden Age of musicals, opens in the beautiful Corvallis High School Main Stage Theatre February 20th.
Featuring the work of award-winning professionals, local artisans, talented community actors as well as wonderful students from Corvallis and Philomath school districts; this production promises to be the jewel in the crown of the CSD theatre season.
Fiddler is a celebration of life and its challenges, and director Laura Beck-Ard said that there couldn’t be a more fitting theme, “with the snow delays we had in in December, a hiatus from rehearsals over the holidays and working around a busy rental schedule in the theatre I sometimes feel like I’m the one balancing on a roof while trying to play my fiddle!” she laughed, “but seriously, I couldn’t do it without this incredibly talented cast and production team.
You don’t have to go to New York to see Broadway caliber, because it is right here on our stage. These guys are amazing!” Working alongside Beck-Ard are musical director Lauren Servias, Stage Manager Cindy Preece, and choreographers Kaisa Laukannen, Valerie Bergman and Daryl Thomas, Beck-Ard quipped, “they make my job almost seem easy!” While ‘easy’ may be a bit of an overstatement considering the two-story revolving set, more than 100 tailor made costumes designed by Kirstin Stein, live professional musicians and a cast of actors who range in age from 7 to 70, Fiddler on the Roof is another great example of a Corvallis School District production that relies on community artisans and professionals to help shape the future of our young performing artists in the school district. When asked about the challenges she faces as Technical Director for the production, District Theatre Manager Elizabeth Wyatt said, “How great is my job? I get to work with internationally acclaimed, award-winning choreographers, authors, composers musicians and performers who have worked with some of the biggest names in the business; it doesn’t get any better than that!”
ALL SEATS GENERAL ADMISSION
Students 12-19, $8
Youth 11 & Under $5.
This show has a 2:30 minute run time with intermission and may not be suitable for youth under 5.
SARAH JAROSZ SARAH JAROSZ is a 22- year-old, Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who hails from just outside Austin, TX. A recent graduate from the prestigious New England Conservatory, she released her third album, Build Me Up From Bones, for Sugar Hill Records on September 24th. Over the past four years, Jarosz, who musically fits comfortably where contemporary folk, Americana and roots music intersect, has covered a remarkable amount of ground thus far. She has toured the United States extensively, as well as Canada and the UK, taped Austin City Limits and the BBC Series The Transatlantic Sessions and appeared on A Prairie Home Companion. Her two previous records (Song Up In Her Head and Follow Me Down) received high praise from outlets including Rolling Stone, New York Times, USA Today, Paste, Mojo, Acoustic Guitar and American Songwriter, and she has received multiple Grammy and Americana Music Association nominations.
Sarah is supported on the road by stellar musicians Alex Hargreaves (fiddle) and Nathaniel Smith (cello). Hargreaves recently completed the prestigious Berklee Global Jazz Institute at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and has been tapped to perform and record with such musicians as Jerry Douglas and jazz master Danilo Perez. Smith has toured for years with renown Cape Breton fiddler Natalie MacMaster and, more recently, in various configurations with Jeremy Kittel. Jarosz, Hargreaves and Smith, who met at various music camps when they were much younger, have been performing together since 2010; the sheer joy they express on stage during performances is contagious. Hargreaves and Smith are both featured on Jarosz’s upcoming release Build Me Up From Bones.
$22.00 for Adults
$20.00 for CFS members and Seniors(60 years+)
$15.00 for children (up to high school)
All ticket prices go up $3 dollars day of show.
There is a $2 ticketing fee per ticket for this show (to cover credit card transaction costs etc).
Tickets are available in Corvallis at Grass Roots Bookstore if you would rather purchase them there.