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"My first solo outing as a choreographer in New York was Call Me Madam at Encores!," says Tony winner Kathleen Marshall (who also won a Dance Magazine Award in 2011).
Marshall, who later helped run Encores! as its director-in-residence, sees the series as "an incredible showcase." To begin with, the older musicals that provide the series' bread and butter tend to include extended dance numbers, allowing a choreographer lots of room to make an impression.
Alums of the 12-yearold original Encores! series include "Wonderful Town," which played Broadway for more than a year beginning in 2003, and the long-running 1996 revival of "Chicago."
But Encores! toppers insist that a Rialto home run is never their guiding goal.
Members of the society will be appearing at Newcastle's People's Theatre with singing group Encore for a night at the musicals.
Encore, in fact, were formed in 1998 by a group of `spotlight-seeking' local performers, good friends who enjoyed performing and entertaining.
But the impulse behind Encores! was not to discover new commercial potential in old musicals; it was to revisit them in a theater rather than in a vintage recording.
Designed to showcase the seldom-heard scores of great theater composers like Rodgers and Hart and Cole Porter, Encores! provides a nice unintended consequence for Broadway dancers: Dozens and dozens of them have been through the Encores!
was a triumph, and Encores! was off to a flying start.
House of Flowers (which ran in February), The New Moon (March 27-30), and No Strings (May 8-12) are getting the Encores! treatment this season.
The stainless Encore arrived with a fluted, 15" .223 barrel with sights, while the .44 Mag.
The Encore Semi management team, were key contributors (VP of Engineering, Director of Sales and Director of Recruiting) at an eleven year old company design services company called QThink before being acquired by Qualcomm in June, 2011.