Shrek at Moonlight Stage

Shrek at Moonlight Stage

Once upon a time, in a swamp far away, there lived an ogre named Shrek. He loved his solitude and was frustrated when it was taken away by an invasion of annoying fairy tale characters. They were banished from their kingdom by the evil Lord Farquaad. Shrek wanted to save his home so he made… Continue Reading

Interview with actress, Rosina Reynolds

Interview with actress, Rosina Reynolds

Rosina Reynolds is currently working on two shows at the Cygnet Theatre in San Diego. The Playbill Collector (TPC): What got you interested in theater? Rosinda Reynolds (RR): It’s hard to recall a specific moment, I was performing by the time I was six when I played  the Firebird. I performed my own comedy sketches… Continue Reading

Interview with actor, Jeffrey Scott Parsons

Interview with actor, Jeffrey Scott Parsons

In the spring, I saw WEST SIDE STORY by San Diego Musical Theatre. It was a fantastic production and Jeffrey Scott Parsons played Riff. He is a phenomenal dancer and I loved watching him perform. He was kind enough to do a phone interview with me recently and I am appreciative he did so. The Playbill… Continue Reading

The Pirates of Penzance at the Ordway

The Pirates of Penzance at the Ordway

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE is a comic opera by Gilbert and Sullivan. The story tells of Frederic, a boy who has been released from his apprenticeship to a band of tender-hearted pirates on his 21st year. He meets the daughter of a Major-General and falls in love. However, Frederic finds out he was born on… Continue Reading

Dogfight at Cygnet Theatre

Dogfight at Cygnet Theatre

It’s 1963 and three marines are about to get deployed to Southeast Asia. They have one night in San Francisco to do as they please. Corporal Eddie Birdlace meets a waitress, Rose and enlists her into a cruel bet he has with his friends. DOGFIGHT takes audiences on a whirlwind of a ride that will… Continue Reading

Interview with writer, actor and producer Gregor Collins

Interview with writer, actor and producer Gregor Collins

Gregor Collins is a writer, actor and producer based in New York City. He was a caregiver to Holocaust Refugee Maria Altmann (portrayed by Helen Mirren in the current film Woman in Gold), noted for her decade-long fight to reclaim from the Government of Austria five family-owned paintings by the artist Gustav Klimt stolen by the Nazis during World War II.… Continue Reading

Kiss Me, Kate at The Old Globe

Kiss Me, Kate at The Old Globe

“Kiss Me, Kate” is currently playing at The Old Globe in Balboa Park now through August 9th. The musical involves the production of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” and the conflict of off and on-stage between Lilli Vanessi and Fred Graham. With music and lyrics by Cole Porter, it is a wild and… Continue Reading

Interview with Broadway Bullet

Interview with Broadway Bullet

Broadway Bullet originated in 2006 as the official podcast of the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF). Their focus is interview podcasts with Broadway people as well as rising stars. They went on a hiatus for a while but are about to re-launch in August 2015. The Playbill Collector (TPC): What was your first introduction… Continue Reading

All Shook Up at Moonlight

All Shook Up at Moonlight

Moonlight Stage Productions in Vista, CA does a summer series each year. It is my favorite outdoor venue in town. You can either buy assigned seats or lawn. If you opt for the second choice, you are given a lawn chair for the night and can sit in the grass. People tend to arrive early… Continue Reading