Puss In Boots
A showing Aug 05 2017 - Nov 11 2017
All Charlie wants is a chance to prove himself and win the heart of Princess Mabel. Lucky for him, his tap-dancing cat Puss in Boots is here to help! So begins a wild adventure – throw in some big band music, a dastardly Prince, and a shapeshifting Ogre and you have a story sure to delight your whole litter! Join us for GCT’s jazzy rendition of Puss in Boots!
Directed by: Justin Radford
Choreography by: Paul Reid
Additional Show Day: No Performance on September 2
Book & Lyrics by: Tosca Minotto
Show Times: Saturdays at 11:00 a.m. (No Performance on September 2)
Show Price: All tickets $12.50 (children and adults)
Puss in Boots
Mackenzie is thrilled to be making her Glendale Centre Theatre debut in Puss in Boots! She has been enjoying shows at the GCT for the majority of her life and is ecstatic that she can finally perform on this stage. Some of her past roles include: Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Rona Lisa Peretti in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Anna in The King and I, Mayzie in Seussical, and Sally in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown. Mackenzie was a proud member of the Tournament of Roses Royal Court in 2015. She has performed Broadway Revues and Classical Literature internationally in Australia, China, Germany, and the Philippines. She would like to thank all of her friends and family for their constant support and for keeping her sane. She would like to give a special thank you to her cat, Pippin, for his lessons in “cat-titude”. Lastly she would like to thank God for instilling such a strong passion for something so fun! She is “paw-sitive” that you will enjoy Puss in Boots!
Monica is thrilled to make her Glendale Centre Theatre debut (and to finally be a princess after years and years of wishing and dreaming) in Puss in Boots! Monica is a recent graduate of Loyola Marymount University, where she completed a degree in Theatre Arts with an English minor. Favorite roles include Rosemary in How To Succeed…, Jenny in Company, and Gertrude McFuzz in Seussical. Monica has also been tap dancing since she was three years old. She would like to thank all of her loved ones for their support and hugs. She hopes that you have a great time and enjoy the show!
Devin Dimitri Dominguez
Devin is an alumni of AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts where he earned his BFA in Music Theatre. Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Devin studied vocal performance at the world famous Santa Fe Opera. Devin is thrilled to be returning to the GCT for his third production! Favorite Credits include Anything Goes at the Glendale Centre Theatre (Passenger/Ensemble), My Fair Lady at Sierra Repertory Theatre (Ensemble/Swing), and Dog Sees God at the Santa Fe Playhouse (Beethoven). Devin would like thank his family and friends for their love and support. All Happiness.
Caleb is very excited to be making his premiere at the Glendale Centre Theatre in the brand new children’s musical, “Puss In Boots“! Caleb has had a love of musicals and all things fine arts ever since he was young. After participating in the arts throughout high school, he joined the prestigious group, The Young Americans. He was fortunate to travel to Germany, England, Scotland, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Poland, Lithuania, France, Sweden, the Netherlands, and various tours throughout California with this group. Previous show credits include: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee as Mitch Mahoney, The Wedding Singer as George, Black Comedy as Brinsley Miller, Cameraman and a Oompa Loompa in Willy Wonka, and Laurie in Little Women. He hopes you enjoy the performance, and would like to dedicate this performance to his Mom and Maria Callas, his two biggest inspirations and loves. Enjoy the show!
Kely is excited to be back at the Glendale Centre Theatre for both Puss in Boot and Footloose! Thanks to Tim Dietein, Tosca Minotto, Justin Radford, Paul Reid, Angela Manke, Martin Lang, Steven Applegate, Leigh Wakeford, Kelly Flynn, and the entire office staff. I love you, Cathy Kelley.Above all thanks to Jesus Christ, for healing and salvation.
Audrey is thrilled to be performing on the Glendale Centre Theatre stage again! You might have seen Audrey around at the GCT Summer Camp (2016 session 3 and 2017 sessions 1-3) as one of the dance interns. Some of her favorite credits include: King and I (Dancer/Assistant Director), West Side Story (Anybodys), and Thoroughly Modern Millie (Mathilde/Quartet/Swing) at the Louise K Taylor Performing Arts Center; In the Heights (Vanessa) at Abraham Lincoln High School; Aladdin: Dual Language Edition (Swing/Rajah replacement) and Robin Hood (Elizabeth/Alice understudy) at the Mysterium Theater; and Cinderella (Ensemble) at the GCT. Audrey is attending Azusa Pacific University this fall to earn her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Acting for the Stage and Screen. She plans to move to New York City and perform on Broadway to inspire everyone around her! She would like to thank first and foremost God for giving her these gifts and talents; and also her family and friends for supporting her through all of her endeavors in life. “Not everyone can be a great artist, but a great artist can come from anywhere!”~Anton Ego (Ratatouille)
Carolyn Carothers is delighted to return to the Glendale Centre Theatre stage! Previously appearing in Sleeping Beauty and Robin Hood, other stage credits include Maria in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, Charlotte Sowerberry in Oliver!, Madame Bouche in Beauty and the Beast, Sibella in a tribute to A Gentleman’s Guide to Love And Murder, Edith Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank, and Madame Giry in The Phantom of the Opera. Many thanks to all at the GCT for the wonderful opportunities. Enjoy the show!
John David Wallis
John David Wallis is a certified massage therapist and a graduate of UC Santa Barbara with a BFA in Theater. John has performed at Glendale Centre Theatre as Charlie Davenport in Annie Get Your Gun, Lord Evelyn Oakleigh in Anything Goes, Mr. Gatch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Stewpot in South Pacific, Jacey Squires in The Music Man, Rolls in The Princess and the Pea, and Theodore in Cinderella. Other credits include: Frederick in Young Frankenstein at DOMA Theatre Co., Mr. Mushnik in Little Shop of Horrors at Summer Repertory Theater; Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls at West Valley Playhouse; Sir Galahad in Spamalot at Conejo Players Theatre; Narrator/Mysterious Man in Into The Woods at Performance Riverside.