Friday, July 11, 2014

From Up Here - at the Towle Theater

From Up Here
by Aaron Lee Lambert

These are exciting times at the Towle Theater. I had the privilege of photographing this wonderful musical, in it's US premiere, before opening night.

The Brooklyn Bridge becomes the crossroad for five people trying to find comfort in what has shaped their lives, and from very different paths. To me this musical was very emotional. I can see and feel the struggle within each of these people. Not that I have the same struggles. Mine are different. Yet that is the purpose of this musical. It acknowledges each of us have different struggles. In the end, perhaps we just need each other to help us get through.

Here is the cast starting with their character name.


Emily - Sara Hoch



Dan - Tom Moran



Jill - Lauren Knutson



Alan - Ian Rigg



Henry - Steve Silver


The Towle Theater does a lot to bring quality to NW Indiana. I would like to take this time to thank Jeff Casey and our sponsors who are at the center of this. I will also thank Sherry Sweeney for directing this beautiful musical. I hope my photos can do her work justice. I know you attending the musical will.


















































































































































































Pre-Rehearsal




Our Sponsor



Production Staff

Director - Sherry Sweeney
Vocal / Music Director - Elizabeth Tuazon
Lighting Design - Jeff Casey
Light Board Operator - Patrick Stapinski
Set / Costume Design - Kevin Bellamy
Additional Set Construction - Tom Fierek, Lisa Fierek, Patrick Stapinski

Scenic Painters - Marco Salazar, Lisa Banks Langlois, Lisa Fierek,
Patrick Stapinski, Courtney Maddox, Darek Kowal


Musicians

Piano - Elizabeth Tuazon
Multi-Reed - Larry Meschi
Violin - Shannon Yardley
Cello - Haley Moles


Towle Theater
5205 Hohman Ave.
Hammond, IN 46320
(219) 937-8780




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