A Streetcar Named Desire

September 17 – 22, 2019
Tickets: $30
Presented in Partnership with ACANSA

This fall, ACANSA, in partnership with Argenta Community Theater, is proud to present Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece, A Streetcar Named Desire. Seeking solace from her crumbling world, Blanche arrives at her sister, Stella’s, apartment bringing her face to face with the menacing masculinity of Stanley Kowalski. Directed by Ben Grimes, the production is a raw exploration of family, sexuality, gender roles, and survival.

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A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line

Dates: July 17 – 27, 2019

Directed by Vincent Insalaco
Choreographed by Christen Pitts and Allison Stodola Wilson

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Considered an American classic, A Chorus Line remains a timeless tribute to theater and a lifestyle that’s intrinsically singular and sensational. It’s a testament to the determination and sacrifice of performers whose struggles remain in the shadows as they step onto the stage to dazzle + delight audiences. The cast of characters authentically represents the grit + glam that comprise an ensemble and the passionate pursuit of a dream. That’s the legacy of A Chorus Line and why this iconic production continues to captivate generations.

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One Singular Sensation: Argenta Community Theater is pleased to announce the cast of our Summer 2019 musical, A Chorus Line. Running July 17th – 27th, this powerhouse lineup features both veteran local actors and breakout newcomers. Directed by Vincent Insalaco and choreographed by Christen Pitts and Allison Stodola Wilson.

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Newsies

Newsies: The Musical

Dates: February 27 – March 9, 2019.

Directed by Vincent Insalaco
Vocal direction by Karen Q. Clark
Choreography by Moriah Patterson

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We are proud to present Disney’s smash hit musical, Newsies, coming to Argenta Community Theater February 27th, 2019 – March 9th, 2019.

Newsies, based on the 1992 Walt Disney film, tells the story of the New York City newsboys strike of 1899. A quick-witted, smooth talking newsboy, Jack Kelly, rallies fellow child workers to protest rate hikes of the major New York newspapers of the time. Historical figures such as Joseph Pulitzer and Teddy Roosevelt are joined by an ensemble of scrappy newsies, a young upstart journalist, Vaudeville performers and others to tell this lively, defiant and uplifting story. Vincent Insalaco directs this high-energy show, with vocal direction by Karen Q. Clark and choreography by Moriah Patterson. It’s sure to be a hit for the whole family!

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