Kiss Me, Kate: Cole Porter's Musical Version of Taming of the Shrew at 24th Street The
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The last date listed for Kiss Me, Kate was Friday May 18, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Awesome. The singing was amazing, the dancing wonderful and the acting was engrossing. Amazing such a small theater can put on such a wonderful production.
P.S. The orchestra was great.
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What an entertaining show. The dance numbers were great! (i don't usually enjoy the dance cutouts in so many of the early musicals) Very exciting to watch...creative stuff.
Vocals were were good too.
Looking forward to Fidler in the Fall.
About the Ticket Supplier: Runaway Stage Productions
Runaway Stage Productions (RSP) began serving the region’s theatre community in 1997 at the Eagle Theater in Old Sacramento and now performs at the 24th Street Theater at the Sierra 2 Center. It is the only Community Theatre Company in the greater Sacramento Area that is priveleged to have an 18 piece Resident Orchestra dedicated to providing “live” music during performances.
The company stages six Broadway style productions each season, and six original Storybook Children’s Theater shows, which are tailored towards younger audiences yet enjoyable for the whole family.
Past Elly Awards for best overall productions include All Shook Up (2008), Cinderella (Children’s Play – 2008) Chicago (2007), The Wiz (2003), and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2000).
Runaway Stage Productions also offers education and enrichment of all audiences through its Youth Musical Theatre Workshops which introduce school age children to the theatrical experience. RSP provides a new learning opportunity through the “Broadway Kids” series, which introduces children between the ages of five to nine to the stage in a fun and nurturing environment.