Brian Kay, plucked instruments, vocals & guest co-director
Amanda Powell, soprano vocals & guest co-director
Susanna Perry Gilmore, fiddle | Daphna Mor, ney & recorder
Tina Bergmann, hammered dulcimer | Dave Morgan, double bass
Rex Benincasa, percussion
The waters of the Mediterranean carried ancient traders from Spain and Italy to Greece, North Africa and the Middle East. Their songs, dances, love stories and laments went with them. Guest co-directors Amanda Powell and Brian Kay lead a colorful ensemble of exotic winds and percussion, fiddle, and hammered dulcimer in this program celebrating shared multicultural traditions.
Tickets available through Apollo's Fire Box Office.
Call 216.320.0012 or visit https://apollosfire.org/purchase-tickets/
Night at the Wax Museum
by CMS Drama Club
February 9 at 7 PM
February 11 at 2 PM
A musical night of humor and mayhem with characters ranging from Cleopatra to Butch Cassidy and Blackbeard to Lizzie Borden!
Suggested donation of $5. General admission.
War of the Worlds
Directed by Evan Graham
March 30-31 at 7:30 PM
Part of our Emerging Artists series!
This is the stage adaptation of the classic (and notorious) 1938 Orson Welles Radio drama of H. G. Wells’ science fiction classic War of the Worlds. Presented as a series of live radio news bulletins, this play tracks the events of an invasion of hideous beings from Mars, our ill-fated attempt to repel them, and the horrors of a post invasion world.
General admission: $6, tickets at the door
Happy the High Tech Snowman
by St. Gabriel's Drama Club
January 30 at 7 PM
A group of tech minded kids help save Happy and his friend as they are pursued by evil scientists and the media following an innocent "you- tube" post of the snowmen dancing and singing! A great way to chase away the mid winter blues!
Free performance with donations gratefully accepted at the door.
Princess Diana, the Musical
June 15 & 16 at 8PM
June 18 at 2PM
3 performances only! Special event commemorating the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's passing
The story of Charles and Diana from their courtship and marriage to their inevitable divorce.
As the musical progresses, it portrays the evolution of the young Diana into the intelligent, mature woman who became the most famous woman in the world.
Book by Karen Sokolov Javitch and and Elaine Jabenis; Musica and Lyrics by Karen Sokolov Javitch.
Both Ms. Javitch and Ms. Jabenis were ardent admirers of the Princess and were devastated when she was taken from the world at such a young age.
This musical was a cathartic way for them to remember and honor Princess Diana and we are pleased to be bringing their message of hope to life.