Monday, February 27, 2012

DOMA Opens 2012 Season with The Who's TOMMY

DOMA Theatre Company opens its 2012 season of musical theater with an electrifying revival of the Tony Award-winning rock opera, Tommy. Based on The Who's classic 1969 double album, Tommy is the exhilarating story of a deaf, dumb, and blind boy who transcends the cruelty of the world around him to find enlightenment. Pete Townsend’s musical masterpiece, filled with iconic hit songs like “Pinball Wizard;” “See Me, Feel Me;” “Acid Queen” and more, is a tribute to hope, healing and the human spirit.

Hallie Baran
directs the rock opera that features a book by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff; music and lyrics by The Who’s Pete Townshend; and additional music and lyrics by John Entwistle, Keith Moon and Sonny Boy Williamson. Musical director is Chris Raymond and Angela Todaro choreographs. Performances take place March 23 through April 15 at The MET Theatre in Los Angeles.

Jess Ford
stars in the title role along with Anna Ty Bergman, Geoffrey Going, Stephanie Hayslip, Timothy Hearl, Chris Kerrigan, Lisa Margaroli, Karl Maschek, Samantha Mills, Matt O’Neill, Steven W. Nielsen, Aidan Park, Brittany Rodin, Bradley Sattler, and Tiffany A. Williams.
Eight-year-old
Donovan Baise and eleven-year-old Max K. Salinger double in the role of young Tommy, while the role of young Cousin Kevin is shared by teens Andy Scott Harris and Adam Simon Krist.

Set and costume design for
Tommy is by Brandy A. Jacobs; lighting designer is Cullen Pinney; and video design is by Matthew Leddy.

The MET Theatre is located at 1089 N. Oxford Ave., Los Angeles CA 90029. Secure, on-site parking is available for $5.
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