The creative team of Grace McCune and Jake Perrine, who brought you “Moulin Rouge,” “Across the Universe” and “Rock of Orcas” is collaborating with the director/writer of Enchanted Forest Cabaret, Deborah Sparks, to bring you the next big show: “Enchanted Rock.”
It’s just as it sounds: the Enchanted Forest Cabaret meets the Rock on the Rock Singers. This show will blend the two tribes together in this rowdy and fun fusion of music, projections and dance. There will still be the choir, the solos, the dancers and the cast of EF characters, coming together in a miasma of ridiculousness. And with all that comes the brilliant choreography of Tiffany Loney. In the spring there will be a kids choir show; the cast of this upcoming show will be made up primarily of adults. Performances are at Seaview Theater from Feb. 1-4.
Rock on the Rock Choir (for adults, 15+): Led by Grace McCune and Jake Perrine will meet on Mondays starting Oct. 9 at the Random Howse, 6-8 p.m.
Rock on the Rock Dance: TBA. In addition to the choirs, there will be an adult dance class led by Tiffany Loney. More details on the date and time of those classes coming soon.
There are no auditions to participate in either the choirs or dance classes; all skill levels are welcome. Organizers say rehearsals are a fun and supportive environment for all and will meet once a week. A few weeks before the show, the rehearsal schedule will increase to a few nights a week to prepare for the opening.
Participation in Enchanted Rock will consist of its tried-and-true format of “tuition-based curriculum.” To register for a class, show up on the day and time of the first rehearsal. The cost is $120/class or $150 total for both choir and dance. If you have any questions, email email@example.com.