Hit Broadway Musical Hairspray from ACT - San Diego
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The last date listed for Hairspray was Sunday November 7, 2010 / 5:00pm.
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Actors Conservatory Theater (ACT–San Diego) is a nonprofit youth theatre company led by award-winning and nationally recognized directors, choreographers and technicians. Hairspray is directed and choreographed by Ray Limon and includes musical direction by Tim McKnight.
Ray has directed more than 200 productions in theaters and venues throughout the country, and has worked with such notable actors as Erik McCormack (Will and Grace_), Steven Webber (_Wings), Cathy Rigby, Janet Leigh, John Raitt, Mickey Rooney, Martha Raye, John Saxon, Cass Daley, George Hearn, and Jon Cypher to name just a few.
He has taught at one of the premier arts schools in the nation, the Orange County High School of the Arts, which has received recognition in _U.S. News & Wrold Report _as one of the “Best High Schools” program. For 10 summers, he has directed at the famous Standing Room Only program (S.R.O) at Fullerton College, which selects the best of the best high school students to attend their summer theatre conservatory.
About the Ticket Supplier: ACT-San Diego
Actors’ Conservatory Theatre (ACT – San Diego) is an exciting new theatre company for young people. ACT’s mission is to provide educational and artistic opportunities to young actors to perform, act and learn the art of stagecraft in a fun, satisfying, yet highly professional environment. This shall be accomplished by teaching, practicing and performing live theatre with youth who are interested in learning and becoming more involved in stage acting.
ACT offers classes and workshops taught by well-respected, professional actors and teachers. ACT also produces youth theatre productions of the highest quality to be found in San Diego with a production staff led by all-pro actor/directors, producers, musical directors and choreographers.