KidzAct At The Naples Players – Something Rotten
July 27, 2022
If you haven’t heard the news about our summer musical, Something Rotten, it’s time to get up to speed! By news, I mean the glowing reviews that appeared in Broadway World and Florida Weekly. Congratulations to our amazing volunteers and staff who worked together to create this incredible show!
99% of our patrons would recommend Something Rotten and, while the main stage production might be over, the KidzAct cast is ready to take the stage! Don’t miss Something Rotten Teen from August 5th – August 7th in Blackburn Hall. Click the button below to buy tickets or call the box office today at 239-263-7990.
This is just the beginning of our 69th Season – imagine what the rest of the year will bring?! Tickets are selling out fast and you do not want to miss out. Now is your LAST chance to buy season tickets. Individual tickets go on sale Monday, August 1st! Call the box office today at 239-263-7990 to get your season tickets.
Fun fact! We have quite a few students who take part in both Something Rotten and Something Rotten Teen! Ciaran Welch and Brian Boland are featured below but we cannot forget Lorelai Vega, Leonard Allen, KC Allen, and Lizzy Mehler who also contribute to these fabulous shows. All of us at The Naples Players are so happy to watch them succeed in both productions – continue reading to find out more about Ciaran and Brian…
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“My favorite part of performing at TNP is the family that you create while you are here. You form bonds that can last years and some of the people that you meet here will grow to become some of your best friends. Not to mention, the support that you receive here is unparalleled and the environment allows you to be yourself.”
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“Without TNP, I would not have gained confidence in discovering my potential as a musical theatre performer. I have gained a lot of experience in singing, dancing, and acting. If it weren’t for Dawn, Charlie, and the entire staff of TNP, I wouldn’t be the person who I am today. I have grown as a person by learning to work as a team, accepting challenges, working with constructive criticism, and learning to trust others. Without TNP, I would not have had the confidence to pursue a degree in musical theatre starting this fall.”
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