Thursday, November 26, 2009

Ongoing: I'll Be Seeing You, Tex-Arts, Lakeway, December 4 - 20

UPDATE: Review by Robert Faires in Austin Chronicle of December 10

UPDATE: GACA "A-Team" review by Preston Kirk, December 7

UPDATE: Lisa Scheps of KOOP-FM speaks with Todd Dellenger and plays music used in the show -- click to listen to Dellenger describe the origins of the script and his approach to directing it on her program "Off Stage and On The Air," November 30
Received directly:

TexArts' original sold-out holiday review
is back for a 2nd sparkling season with
new musical numbers!

I'll Be Seeing You

is an original 1940s musical/musical revue from TexArts' Todd Dellinger that received its world premiere to sold-out, wildly enthusiastic audiences in 2008. It weaves the narratives of two now-grown neighbor children of World War II with letters to & from the home front, with slides, videos and popular holiday tunes of the era. It's a sparkling and warm family show that is sure to become a tradition for the Austin region.

This union production weaves Austin's great musical theater talents as well as youth performers from TexArts' acclaimed music, theater and dance academy program with great holiday cheer and reminiscence.

December 4-20 -- Friday, Saturday and Sunday performances
Tickets are going fast!

Kam & James Morris Theater at TexARTS' Keller Williams Studios
For more information and to purchase tickets call
(512) 852-9079 x101, visit, or book online at
NowPlaying Austin.

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