Tuesday, September 28, 2010

An Evening of Cole Porter debuts October 15th




Tapa & TLC are proud to present An Evening of Cole Porter. Becki Wilhelm and Diane Nelson are at it again with a wonderful evening of song and dance featuring the music of this genius man. Cole Porter penned some of the most clever, most funny, and most romantic songs ever written. Come spend an intimate, music-filled evening with America’s favorite songwriter as performed by talented local singers. Featuring such beloved songs as: “You’re the Top”, “Anything Goes”, “Begin the Beguine”, “Night and Day”, “I Get A Kick Out of You”, “My Heart Belongs to Daddy”, “I Love Paris”, and many others.

The event will be held at the Barn Community Playhouse,12th and Ivy. Dates for the event are October 15th,16th, 22nd and 23rd. The seating arrangement will be cabaret style. The cost of the show is $20.00 per person which includes complimentary food and one complimentary beverage. The doors open at 6:30 and the show starts at 7:00. So, come on out for a relaxing and enjoyable evening with Cole Porter. Reserve your seats now by calling Diamond Art Jewelers at 503-842-7940.

An Evening of Cole Porter



Singer Chey Kuzma at rehearsal for AN EVENING OF COLE PORTER

Monday, September 27, 2010

An Evening of Cole Porter



Singers Mike Smith & Jennifer Purcell rehearse with pianist Joan Petty for AN EVENING OF COLE PORTER

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

My Three Angels Auditions

TAPA is celebrating it's 30th year in Tillamook by dusting off our very first play, which was a wonderfully charming piece called "My Three Angels". We are looking for participants who'd like to join in the miracles of our holiday production.

"My Three Angels" tells the story of 3 escaped convicts from France's infamous Devil's Island in French Guyana at the turn of the century. While waiting for a ship to take them off the island, they find a family who needs their help. It's Christmas and everyone finds out that angels don't always wear white.

The cast calls for 7 men and 3 women.

Felix Ducotl - A mild mannered store-keeper, husband of Emilie & father of Mary Louise
Emilie Ducotel - The wife of Felix, mother of Mary Louise
Mary Louise Ducotel - A young beautiful girl in love with Paul Trochard
Joseph - Convict & a consummate forger and con man
Jules - Convict and a romantic who murdered his wife
Alfred - Convict and a strong young man who murdered his uncle
Henri Trochard - A ruthless owner of the shop that Felix manages
Paul Trochard - A heartless & greedy nephew of Henri
Madame Parole - Busybody who never pays her bills
Lietenant - A handsome young naval officer

If you're interested, please call director Kelli McMellon at 503-801-0631. Performances are Nov 26 & 27, Dec 3, 4, 10 & 11.