Big Voices getting ready to hit the stage

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

EBP Productions debuts its community theatre in a musical revue of songs that will have the audience clapping and singing.

“I am so lucky to have these six singers in this debut,” said director Erin Bree, who also performs in the the show. “There are seven voices in total that will have you thinking you are listening to 25. The title speaks for itself .”

The music has been taken from many contemporary shows such as Wicked, Rent, Spring Awakening, Sister Act and more but will definitely have touches of musical theatre with songs like Grease. The harmonies for the seven voices have been written primarily by Erin Bree and concentrate on a full sound with many dynamics and tones.

Matt McCarthy, a new voice to the area, will bring back the challenging music in Chess and show off his wild side with I Want To Break Free from We Will Rock You. Jeremy Guther and Sylvain LeBlanc also join the group with songs from artists like The Jersey Boys and Billy Joel. Mixed with four women with big pipes, the show is guaranteed to be a great night.

Behind the scenes, Brent Wice will act as stage manager and head of lights. Donna Dunn-Albert will conduct the band and Shawn Clement will control the sound board. Choreographer is Kim Ellis and head of costumes is Chantal Barrow.

One of the show’s sponsors, The Opera House Tea Room, will cater the intermission reception.

Show time is Nov. 5, 6 and 7 at 8 p. m. at Marshall Memorial United Church, Ancaster. Tickets are $25 and include the intermission reception. Call 905-966-0142 or visit www.ebpproductions.com .

Big Voices getting ready to hit the stage

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

EBP Productions debuts its community theatre in a musical revue of songs that will have the audience clapping and singing.

“I am so lucky to have these six singers in this debut,” said director Erin Bree, who also performs in the the show. “There are seven voices in total that will have you thinking you are listening to 25. The title speaks for itself .”

The music has been taken from many contemporary shows such as Wicked, Rent, Spring Awakening, Sister Act and more but will definitely have touches of musical theatre with songs like Grease. The harmonies for the seven voices have been written primarily by Erin Bree and concentrate on a full sound with many dynamics and tones.

Matt McCarthy, a new voice to the area, will bring back the challenging music in Chess and show off his wild side with I Want To Break Free from We Will Rock You. Jeremy Guther and Sylvain LeBlanc also join the group with songs from artists like The Jersey Boys and Billy Joel. Mixed with four women with big pipes, the show is guaranteed to be a great night.

Behind the scenes, Brent Wice will act as stage manager and head of lights. Donna Dunn-Albert will conduct the band and Shawn Clement will control the sound board. Choreographer is Kim Ellis and head of costumes is Chantal Barrow.

One of the show’s sponsors, The Opera House Tea Room, will cater the intermission reception.

Show time is Nov. 5, 6 and 7 at 8 p. m. at Marshall Memorial United Church, Ancaster. Tickets are $25 and include the intermission reception. Call 905-966-0142 or visit www.ebpproductions.com .

Big Voices getting ready to hit the stage

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

EBP Productions debuts its community theatre in a musical revue of songs that will have the audience clapping and singing.

“I am so lucky to have these six singers in this debut,” said director Erin Bree, who also performs in the the show. “There are seven voices in total that will have you thinking you are listening to 25. The title speaks for itself .”

The music has been taken from many contemporary shows such as Wicked, Rent, Spring Awakening, Sister Act and more but will definitely have touches of musical theatre with songs like Grease. The harmonies for the seven voices have been written primarily by Erin Bree and concentrate on a full sound with many dynamics and tones.

Matt McCarthy, a new voice to the area, will bring back the challenging music in Chess and show off his wild side with I Want To Break Free from We Will Rock You. Jeremy Guther and Sylvain LeBlanc also join the group with songs from artists like The Jersey Boys and Billy Joel. Mixed with four women with big pipes, the show is guaranteed to be a great night.

Behind the scenes, Brent Wice will act as stage manager and head of lights. Donna Dunn-Albert will conduct the band and Shawn Clement will control the sound board. Choreographer is Kim Ellis and head of costumes is Chantal Barrow.

One of the show’s sponsors, The Opera House Tea Room, will cater the intermission reception.

Show time is Nov. 5, 6 and 7 at 8 p. m. at Marshall Memorial United Church, Ancaster. Tickets are $25 and include the intermission reception. Call 905-966-0142 or visit www.ebpproductions.com .