Palomar Performing Arts is a cultural and educational experience unique to North County. Our venues bring people together, enriching lives through the arts and building a sense of community. With your help, we can continue to enhance our reputation as a leader in arts education.
Your donation to the Palomar Performing Arts Circle demonstrates not only a personal commitment to the arts, but a willingness to share it with those around you as well.
Donors can choose from several levels of participation. Become an Associate ($25.00 Donation), a Colleague ($50.00 Donation), a Fellow ($100.00 Donation), a Partner ($250.00 Donation), a Benefactor ($500.00 Donation) or even a Patron ($1000.00 Donation).
Please make checks payable to Palomar College Foundation with PAC on the memo line. Palomar Performing Arts Circle donations are tax deductible. Donate online! Click here. PAC donation envelopes are available in the lobby of the Howard Brubeck Theatre, on the information table during Concert Hour, or by calling the box office (760.744.1150 ext. 2453) to have one mailed to you.
Your generosity keeps Palomar Performing Arts scholarships, programs and activities relevant and strong. We look forward to many successful performances in the seasons ahead!
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Pat Larmer, Director. Sue Gilson, Choreography. Ken Bell, Music Director.
January 15 Vocal: Bring sheet music; accompanist will be provided (no a capella); prepare a verse and a chorus
January 16Dance: Dress for movement
January 17 Callbacks: Cold readings from script
Auditions start at 7:00 PM and will be held in the Howard Brubeck Theatre on the campus of Palomar College, 1140 W. Mission Rd, San Marcos, on a first-come first-served basis.
Headshots and resumes are helpful, but not required.
Rehearsals start January 20 and will run M-F from 7:00-10:00 pm.
Performances are on March 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16.
All cast will receive college credit.
For more information, contact Pat Larmer at email@example.com.
Produced by: Palomar Performing Arts
* Performers interested solely in the roles of Fraulein Schneider and Heir Schultz need only attend vocal auditions and (if called), the callbacks.
* Dancers with a desire to dance only need to attend the dance auditions and be available (if called) for callbacks.
* Actors looking for non-singing and dancing roles may audition for these parts at the end of the vocal auditions on Wednesday night and need not attend the dance auditions. Please prepare a one-minute monologue. NB these roles are supporting only.
It is to your advantage to audition for all aspects of the production; failure to do so will severely limit your chances of being cast.
Our own San Diego County piano (gentle) giant returns to the Concert Hour stage in a rare solo performance. Joshua continues to climb into the national limelight with his stunning improvisational abilities, gathering critical acclaim at every stop. It will all be here!
Plain View Theatre presents a Palomar Theatre Ensemble production of Tennesee Williams’ classic play The Glass Menagerie. The Palomar Theatre Ensemble is a group of passionate Theatre, Dance and Music students from Palomar College whose mission is to give students a chance to independently produce high quality plays from the classics, to contemporaries to original student-written work.
Vocalist Robert Giracello is joined by pianist Chad Ohlheiser for a variety of English art songs, featuring Vaughan-Williams Songs of Travel, original compositions with text by James Joyce, and popular music/Broadway selections.
One hundred years ago, the music world was rocked by the premiere of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. Join Cal Arts faculty members Steven Vanhauwaert and Danny Holt as they fashion a riveting “four hands” piano performance of this seminal masterpiece. Also featured will be selections by Ravel and Poulenc from the duo’s CD, Paris 1913.
Shake it! Vibrant color, movement and earth shaking rhythm explode when Patriceann Mead and the Afro-Cuban and Brazilian drum and dance ensemble Agogo hit the floor with irresistible force. Also featured are the fabulous tropical rhythms of La Farandula. Join these inspired dancers and musicians for an unforgettable experience!
Studio Theatre 1140 West Mission Road, San Marcos, CA
Book by Joe Masterhoff Lyrics by Fred Ebb Music by John Kander
It’s 1931 and anything goes with young singer Sally Bowles and the outcasts and deviants who populate Germany’s outrageous Kit Kat Club. Loaded with provocative dance and driven by a truly human story, this ten-time Tony Award winning musical features classic songs like Wilkommen, Don’t Tell Mama, The Money Song,Tomorrow Belongs to Me, and, of course, Cabaret. Step inside!
Directed by Pat Larmer
Friday, Saturday, 7pm; Sunday, 2pm; Thursday, 4pm (followed by Coffee Talk)
Howard Brubeck Theatre Special pricing: $16 General, $14 Seniors and Staff, $10 Students
Plus: Don’t miss Coffee Talk following Thursday’s Cabaret performance! “Cabaret (1966-present): How the Musical Stays Relevant” Nearly 50 years since the musical’s debut on Broadway, Cabaret is still one of the most popular, engaging, and topically relevant musicals performed across the globe. Running against the grain for the genre, this musical, with its pointed political satire and bawdy cabaret numbers, tackles one of the darkest periods of the twentieth century head-on in a story that offers an ever-relevant moral tale for the current audience. Come watch our matinee performance then stay for an after-show discussion with free refreshments, to learn more about this theatre masterpiece and its unique history!
Esperanza Rising Call Backs – 7PM, March 11, Studio Theatre
Note: Ensemble roles include – Singers, Mailman, Women Workers I,II & III, Ins Agent, Okie Family, Pistoleros, Peasant Workers, Border Agents, People Crossing The Border, Neighbors At The Camp, Guards, Strikers, Workers At The Fiesta
Very Important: First rehearsal will be TUESDAY, March 18 at 6:30 PM in the Studio Theatre
Esperanza – Myra Zamora
Hortensia – Monique Barbour
Ramona – Camilla Aguilar
Sixto – Morgan Phillips
Servant Girl – Sofia Medina
Marielena – Brittne Dixon
Miguel – Bayani De Castro
Luis – Peyton Jones
Isabel – Kayla Adorno
Modesta – Kana Kikuchi
Alfonso – José Leon Guerro
Marta – Noemi Rodriguez
Ian De Moraes
Tami O’Connell & Daughter
Ensemble roles include: Singers, Mailman, Women Workers I,II & III, Ins Agent, Okie Family, Pistoleros, Peasant Workers, Border Agents, People Crossing The Border, Neighbors At The Camp, Guards, Strikers, Workers At The Fiesta
This just in! Who can jump in with one day’s notice when a Concert Hour performer comes down with laryngitis? (Get well soon, Danielle.) Why, none other than inveterate San Diego-based vocalist Leonard Patton and renowned jazz pianist Michael Leroy Peed! Join us in the Performance Lab (D10) for this special, unexpected treat. This is one Concert Hour you won’t want to miss!
What: Concert Hour
Where: Performance Lab (D10), Palomar College, 1140 W. Mission Rd, San Marcos, Ca 92069
When: Thursday, March 13, 2014, 12:30 pm
Palomar’s Day and NightJazz Ensembles light up the main stage with classic and contemporary grooves. They will be joined by Jazz Xpress, an outstanding San Diego County all-star youth big band directed by Stan Lawrence.
Directed by Paul Kurokawa and Stan Lawrence
Howard Brubeck Theatre
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students
Jewish culture steps to the forefront as the PSO syncs with the Second Avenue Klezmer Ensemble for a program of music inspired by Jewish culture. Offerings from Myron Fink and Gustav Mahler will sidle up to the Theme from Schindler’s List and Ellen Weller’s arrangement of Bei Mir Bistu Sheyn.
Plus: An Interactive “Meet the Klezmer Ensemble” pre-concert event with Ellen Weller, Robert Zelickman and Deborah Davis!
Directed by Ellen Weller
Saturday, 7pm; Pre-concert activities at 6:15
Sunday, 2pm; Pre-concert activities at 1:15
Howard Brubeck Theatre
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students