Redondo Music Theatre Opens Season with Concert at Berger Auditorium

1 09 2009
RMT Friday blast

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Redondo Music Theatre (RMT) is pleased to present their 2009 season premiere event and fundraiser. “Lullabies of Broadway” opens September 13, 2009 at the Berger Auditorium, 1200 W. Speeday. The show starts at 3:00 pm, tickets are $20 at the door or by calling 1-888-349-4914.

Celebrating over 20 years of performances, with over 20 headline performers singing over 20 songs, original cast members from RMT’s past seasons and the Southern Arizona Light Opera Company will reprise their roles in one night of Broadway songs.

Featured singers and musicals include:

  • Armen Dirtadian – Fiddler on the Roof: “If I Were a Rich Man”, 1979 for SALOC
  • Mary Paul – My Fair Lady: “I Could Have Danced All Night”, 1980 for SALOC
  • John Colorado – Man of La Moncha: “Little Bird, Little Bird”, 1984 for SALOC
  • Robin Roberts, William Druke – Guys and Dolls: “Guys and Dolls”, 2007 for RMT
  • David Hatunen – Cabaret: “Married”, 2008 for RMT

Other musicals represented will be SeeSaw, Mack and Mabel, Annie Get Your Gun, and South Pacific, and many others.

A preview of the upcoming RMT season will include songs from 110 in the Shade, and Blues in the Night.

Redondo Music Theatre (RMT) was founded in 2006 by Hal Hundley. RMT performs from November to May every year with minimal sets and props, focusing on the music and plot. On occasion, regional actors are brought in to headline certain performances, although local talent is supported and encouraged by Mr. Hundley.

Mr. Hundley also founded the Southern Arizona Light Opera Company in 1976. Over the next 8 years, Mr. Hundley produced and directed numerous Broadway musicals, including Sound of Music, Guys and Dolls, King and I, Oklahoma, Mame, Cabaret, Damn Yankees, Fiddler OnThe Roof, and West Side Story. Mr. Hundley left SALOC in 1984 to produce and direct at the Pike’s Peak Center in Colorado.

Cash and Visa, MasterCard accepted . Handicap accessible seating is available

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