A musical revue offers a triumphant return to the theater
Skyline High School Theatre will join more than 2500 theatres across the globe in all 50 states and over 40 countries to perform “All Together Now!”, an exclusive musical revue offered free-of-charge to local theatres by Music Theatre International.
The production was designed by Music Theatre International as a fundraiser for local theaters to perform over the same weekend as a way of supporting the thousands of theatres that are persevering under trying circumstances. More than 5,500 individual performances will be seen by over one million audience members.
Showtimes are Friday, November 12, and Saturday, November 13 at 7 p.m. in the Skyline High School auditorium, 2552 N. Maple Road in Ann Arbor.
“We are all so glad to be back in the theatre together this school year,” said Ella Hall, a Skyline High School senior and president of the Theatre Board. “We did our best to stay engaged virtually last school year, but the energy and excitement of working together on a show in person can’t be replaced. It’s been great having so many new people this year, and we’re all excited to finally work on a live show again!”
“All Together Now!” features songs from Music Theatre International’s beloved catalog of musicals including Annie, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Come From Away, Disney’s Frozen, Disney’s Newsies, Fiddler on the Roof, Guys and Dolls, Little Shop of Horrors, Matilda, Once on This Island, Rent, and more.
Skyline’s production is directed by Anne-Marie Roberts and Brodie H. Brockie with vocal direction by Brian Rose. Katrina Linden is the choreographer and Chris Zinger is the technical director. Fifteen talented Skyline students will bring the show’s musical numbers to life while a host of others are backstage keeping things running smoothly.
All tickets must be purchased online in advance at skylinehstheatre.org. Tickets will not be available at the door. Masks are required for all audience members. The cast and crew will also be masked during the performance. The theater will not be filled to more than 40 percent capacity.