Last Wednesday, July 22, a news release was sent out regarding the Save Our Stages Act. Proposed by one of our own senators, John Cornyn, and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), the bill would provide Small Business Administration grants for small, independent performance venues affected by the pandemic. From the release: “Texas is home to a number… Read more »
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Since it’s intermission for the entertainment business, we thought we’d find some feel-good stories from around the world to entertain you. We miss all of your smiling faces and can’t wait to see all of you! Hamilton to stream on Disney+ July 3 The Hug Tunnel Photo Courtesy of Três Figuerias Três Figuerias home in… Read more »
Meet Emma Grace Freeman, or “Matilda”, as you’ll see her on our stage. Catch her under the Dome this July! Emma Grace cannot remember her life without musical theatre. She caught the acting bug when she appeared as “Molly” in Annie at the age of 5 and has not slowed down since. You could say that performing runs in… Read more »
Working from home can be a challenge, but marketing director Lindsey Rushen gave us some insight on how she’s managing to do it all. What does a day in your life look like? Share with us below!
Platt Allen was bound to be introduced to Casa Mañana at a very early age – his mom has had tickets to Casa since 1968! One of the first performances he remembers is Singin’ in the Rain starring Tommy Tune. He recalls that there was a trough around the edge of the stage that filled with water… Read more »
2020 certainly has not been short of challenges, but we remain dedicated, as the show must go on! We‘re working from home, but we thought we’d also share what we are doing to relax and find calmness amongst this storm. What are some ways you’re destressing? Let us know in the comments! Taking time to unpack and organize. “Cleaning and organizing help me feel… Read more »