Sunday, May 18, 2014

Mini Review: THE YELLOW BOAT, A Play with Music Not To Be Missed

L-R: Joseph Patrick O'Malley, Cody Klop and Katelyn Gault

Director Joseph V. Calarco creates a magical world of wonder in Coeurage Theatre Company’s production of The Yellow Boat. It is courageous, inventive, joyful storytelling that captures the frailty and potency of life in the journey of one special young boy. Its many charms include an original score for piano and cello by Gregory Nabours that lays bare the heart, fanciful choreography by Janet Roston, and a production design by Tito Fleetwood Ladd that will fill you with delight. 

Imagination lives and breathes in Calarco’s vision. That precious commodity, and its ability to change us, is why we go to the theatre, and why I cannot recommend this production highly enough. You have one more weekend before this beautiful piece of storytelling is only a memory. Go!

Cast: (in alphabetical order) Katelyn Gault, Ivy Khan, Cody Klop, TJ Marchbank, Joseph O’Malley, Kurt Quinn, Joey Nicole Thomas, and Malika Williams. Costume design is by Marcy Hiartzka, and sound design is by Joseph V. Calarco.

By David Saar, based on the true story of his son Benjamin
Coeurage Theatre Company At GTC Burbank
1100 W. Clark Avenue in Burbank
Through May 25, 2014
Friday & Saturday at 8 pm; Sunday at 4 pm
Tickets: Pay What You Want
(323) 944-2165

Photo credit: John Klopping

L-R: Joey Nicole Thomas and Malika Williams

Cody Klop

TJ Marchbank

L-R: Kurt Quinn, TJ Marchbank, Ivy Khan, Malika
Williams, Joey Nicole Thomas. Sitting: Cody Klop

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