Join 5th Avenue Theatre Artistic Associate Albert Evans, for a special series of delightful, insightful, and informative presentations which will take you deeper into the world of musical theater and A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder.
Show Talk Venue: Studio E at DAT 5
6:30 PM, Tuesday, July 19
6:30 PM, Wednesday, July 20
7:00 PM, Thursday, June 21 - with special guest KING FM's Marta Zekan
6:30 PM, Tuesday, July 26
6:30 PM, Wednesday, July 27
7:00 PM, Thursday, July 28
To find Studio E:
THE WORD IS: Audiences have a fantastic time attending Show Talks. Think about stopping by!
Albert Evans -- 5th Avenue Artistic Associate
Albert s a composer (Off-Broadway hits Pageant and Nite Club Confidential, The 5th Avenue’s Yankee Doodle Dandy), lyricist (New York City Opera’s Merry Widow), as well as dramaturg, vocal coach and music director at The 5th Avenue Theatre. His recent musical, Rosie the Riveter, written with playwright Stephanie Timm for The 5th Theatre’s Adventure Musical Theater Touring Company, was recently on the road, entertaining and educating grade school and middle school students throughout the northwest. Join Albert at Tuesday and Wednesday evening Show Talks throughout the main stage season.
Marta Zekan -- Radio Journalist, Classical KING FM
Marta has been with Classical KING FM 98.1 since she moved to Seattle in 1994. Many will remember her Saturday morning children's program on KING FM, Classic KID FM, which also aired in Milwaukee and San Francisco. In conjunction with the show, she brought a presentation on creative listening to elementary schools throughout the region. Today, she interviews all kinds of arts professionals for the KING FM Arts Channel (www.king.org/arts). A pianist, her music foundation is in the classical world, but once she found her way into musical theater, she never looked back. Before coming to Seattle, Marta was busy in Southern California, working as a musical director, voice and text coach, singing teacher and sound designer. She has a BA in Music (UC San Diego), an MFA in Voice and Speech Training (National Theatre Conservatory), and has taught theater and voice skills in many a theater outreach program. She retains a love for music history and a large stack of classical piano repertoire.
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All dates are subject to change.
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