3-­‐D Theatricals Presents 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL

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3-­‐D Theatricals Presents 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL

3-­‐D Theatricals Presents 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL
Directed by TJ Dawson. Choreographed by Linda Love Simmons. Musically Directed by Allen Everman

714-­‐589-­‐2770 Ext 1 or www.3DTshows.com

Remote Box Office Hours: 11 – 5 Mon – Fri 12 – 6 Sat
Theater Box Office Hours: Two hours prior to performances at the theater or by

February 8 – 24, 2013
Plummer Auditorium
201 East Chapman Ave
Fullerton Ca. 92832
9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL is based on the 1980 movie of the same name, with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton. It features a book by Patricia Resnick, based on the screenplay by Resnick and Colin Higgins. The musical premiered in Los Angeles in September 2008 and opened on Broadway in April 2009. It received 15 Drama Desk Award nominations (the most received by a production in a single year), as well as 4 Tony Awards nominations. The Broadway production however was short-­‐lived, closing in September 2009. A national tour of the US launched in 2010, followed by a UK premiere in 2012.


T.J. DAWSON (Director/Executive Producer/Artistic Director) has been establishing himself over the past few years in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas as a producer/director/choreographer and has loved the unique opportunity to start a professional theatre company from the ground up where the options are endless. He most recently directed the critically acclaimed productions of AVENUE Q (Ovation Nominee – Best Musical), A CHORUS LINE (Backstage Critic’s Pick), THE DROWSY CHAPERONE (Winner of Best Musical – Stage Scene LA) and ALL SHOOK UP (Backstage Critic’s Pick and Roar of the Crowd) all for 3-­‐D Theatricals. Select credits include: SIDE SHOW, Lippa’s THE WILD PARTY, BAT BOY THE MUSICAL, CABARET, INTO THE WOODS, SEUSSICAL, PETER PAN, ALTAR BOYZ, SPELLING BEE, HELLO DOLLY! ALWAYS, PATSY CLINE, THE WIZARD OF OZ, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, and HAIRSPRAY.

LINDA LOVE SIMMONS (Choreographer) is an award winning director and choreographer whose work has been seen on stage and screen from coast to coast. She has created works for Disney, Mattel, the 2002 Olympics, Megan Mullally, Paramount, Holland America cruise lines and Under Armor to name just a few.

ALLEN EVERMAN (Musical Director) has worked throughout Southern California for 12 years as a professional musical director/conductor and 20 years as professional pianist. Some of his favorite M.D. credits include: ALL SHOOK UP (3-­‐D Theatricals), THE FULL MONTY (Musical Theatre West), SWEENEY TODD (Performance Riverside), SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE (West Coast Ensemble), and THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES (El Portal Theatre and Candlelight Pavilion).

Staring Cynthia Ferrer* as Violet Newstead, Beth Malone* as Judy Bernly, Ruby Lewis* as
Doralee Rhodes, Christopher Guilmet* as Franklin Hart, and Tamara Zook* as Roz.

With (in alphabetical order) Steven Arlen (Ensemble), Tim Brown (Tinsworthy/ Ensemble), Venny Carranza* (Ensemble), Michael Cavinder (Ensemble), Jeanette Dawson (Kathy/ Ensemble), Lisa Dyson (Missy/ Daphne/ Ensemble), Kaitlyn Etter (Ensemble),
Amy Glinskas (Margaret/ Ensemble), David Kirk Grant* as Dick/ Ensemble, Alyssa Kennedy
(Maria/ Ensemble), Joe Komara* (Ensemble), Robert Laos (Ensemble), Ciaran McCarthy* (Dwayne/ Ensemble), Arthur Ross (Bob Enright/ Ensemble), Amber Snead (Anita/ Ensemble), Daniel Switzer (Ensemble), Katy Tabb (Ensemble), Kim Taylor (Ensemble), Jon M. Wailin (Josh/ Ensemble), Justin Wilcox* (Joe/ Ensemble), and Stephanie Wolfe (Ensemble)

* Represents member of Actors Equity Association
9 TO 5 has assembled an award-­‐winning design team. The Set Design is by Robert A. Kovach. The Lighting Design is by Jean-­‐Yves Tessier. The Sound Design is by John Feinstein. The Costume Coordinator is Yolanda Rowell with costumes by Shannon Smith. The Props Design is by Terry Hanrahan. The stage manager is Nicole Wessel.

Show Times

Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton Friday Feb 8th, 15, and 22nd at 8pm Saturday Feb 9th and 16th at 8pm
Saturday Feb 23rd at 2pm and 8pm Sunday Feb 10th, 17th, and 24th at 2pm

Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center in Redondo Beach
Friday March 1st at 8pm
Saturday March 2nd at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday March 3rd at 2pm

Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton
$60 Front Orchestra
$55 Back Orchestra
$36 Lower Balcony
$28 Upper Balcony
$25 Students (with Valid ID) $23 Children (13 and under)

Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center
$65 VIP-­‐ Yellow (includes a complimentary beverage)
$60 Section A-­‐ Blue
$55 Section B-­‐ Green
$45 Section C-­‐ Pink
$35 Section D-­‐ Purple
$25 Students (with Valid ID)
$23 Children (13 and under)

Student tickets are available over the phone or in person only. Each Student must present a valid I.D. (One ticket per I.D.) Groups of 15 of more receive 25% off. To book a Group Reservation please call the Box Office at 714-­‐859-­‐2770 ext 1. All sales are final. There are no refunds. In the event of an exchange a $2 fee will be assessed. Free parking available.

3-D Theatricals presents 9 to 5: the Musical

3-D Theatricals presents 9 to 5: the Musical

3-­‐D Theatricals (3DT) is the newest professional theatre company in Orange County and South Bay. 3DT is an enthusiastic young company and are proud members of the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce, LA Stage Alliance, and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre. 3DT is a non-­‐profit public benefit corporation.

3DT has already been recognized by critics and patrons alike for providing a caliber of shows in comparison to National Tours and Broadway! 3DT hopes to provide inspiration for youth to explore the arts further, and see what heights it can take them to. 3DT has been establishing quite a reputation for bringing new and edgy titles direct from Broadway, and giving a fresh approach to the classics, offering something for the seasoned theatre enthusiast and the next generation of audiences.

To schedule press interviews, photos, press comps or for additional information, please contact Carlos Martin at 310-­‐936-­‐6292 or cmartin@3DTshows.com

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