From Broadway With Love By: Joel Leggett Fort Worth — Casa Mañana has been on a roll with its cabaret programming. In December there was A Dean Martin Christmas, which was perfect for the holidays. And just in time for Valentine’s Day comes the powerhouse entertainer Spencer Day and his show Broadway Reimagined. Throughout the night, Spencer takes Broadway classics… Read more »
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The Dean of Christmas By: Joel Leggett Fort Worth — There is something timeless about Dean Martin. Casa Mañana is betting that theatergoers will want some nostalgia to go with their holiday entertainment. A Dean Martin Christmas delivers nostalgia and so much more. Get a ticket while you can; it will sell out. I hope that Casa can add a… Read more »
Lara Hayhurst makes her Casa Mañana debut as “Lily St. Regis” in Annie, running November 2-10. Lara was first on-stage when she acted and sang in her school choir at age 10. At Act One Theatre School in Pittsburgh, PA, she met her now-husband, Trey. At Casa, we’re suckers for a good love story, and theirs is one… Read more »
Lauren Robinson joins the cast of Carrie the Musical as Frieda. While this is her first show at Casa, she has been taking classes here since she was nine-years-old. Reminiscing on her favorite Casa memory, Lauren says, “The first camp I did at Casa, I had my first solo EVER. It was such a big… Read more »
TheatreFest Broadway Dance 3
A showcase of 2019 dance!
Casa Mañana Studios
Last day to register is Feb. 23!
Returning to Casa Mañana as a member of the ensemble in The Producers, Rob Flebbe shares his thoughts on the upcoming production. Like many others, Flebbe is thrilled to be back at Casa for The Producers, “I’m most excited to be working with friends again, and because this one is… Read more »
Julia Knitel steps into the role of Ulla in The Producers at Casa Mañana. “What excites me most about doing The Producers is diving head first into a good old-fashioned MUSICAL! It’s been a while since I’ve done something this broad, brassy, and hilarious.” On her character Ulla, Knitel offers this, “Ulla is a bit… Read more »
Mad Libs with The Producers
See Max and Leo June 1-9.
Some interesting notes about The Producers: – The Producers was originally a movie that opened in 1968 and got mixed reviews – The story started with only the title and was built from there – The inspiration for Leo’s name came from the novel Ulysses, and the character, Leo Bloom – The movie was buried at… Read more »