Sunnyvale Community Players

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Sunnyvale Community Players are a nonprofit theatre company.  They produce 4-5 shows every season that have specific cast requirements. The have productions for casts of Junior (8- 18 years old), Young Adult (13-26 years old), and Adult ( 18 years old and older).

I saw their first show of the season, Pippin.  The cast was obviously having a lot of fun and really putting their energy into the show. This made the audience glued in, which was great because there was a few numbers that asked for audience participation. The production used the alternate ending, which Stephen Shwartz, the lyricist and composer, prefers. It made the production very powerful. This was the first time I saw a Sunnyvale Community Players production and it made me look forward to attending another one.

Zombie Prom will be performed November 1- November 24, 2013. Think Grease, but with zombies! It isn’t scary at all and tries to keep that fun, retro energy throughout the whole show.  Tickets are $24 for Adults, $21 for students and seniors, and $11 for children 5 years old and younger.  Thursday productions are $21. There is a $3 service fee for each ticket.  If you buy tickets before October 27, use the code FERMI to get 25% off.

A Little Princess is a Junior production that runs from February 21- March 16, 2014. Auditions are December 2 & 3, 2013. More information is available in this audition packet, http://sunnyvaleplayers.org/docs/Auditions/A%20Little%20Princess%20Audition%20Packet.pdf .

Little Shop of Horrors will run from April 4- April 27, 2014. Auditions are December 16 & 17, 2013. More information is available in this audition packet, http://www.sunnyvaleplayers.org/docs/Auditions/Little%20Shop%20Audition%20Packet.pdf .

 

Sunnyvale Community Center hosts the Sunnyvale Community Players at 550 Remington Drive, Sunnyvale.  It is a cozy theatre that could have no “bad seats.” If you have never been there before I would recommend going early to find which building to park next to because it is a sprawling recreational complex. I hope you are able to attend Sunnyvale Community Player’s productions in the future!

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If you have any questions about living in Sunnyvale please feel free to contact me.

Marcy Moyer

Keller Williams Realty

www.marcymoyer.com

marcy@marcymoyer.com

Cal BRE 01191194

650-619-9285

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