Lynn Trimble chats with Colleen-Jennings Roggensack of ASU Gammage, the only person in Arizona who gets to vote on who’ll receive those coveted Tony Awards® each year. They spoke by phone Monday morning as Jennings-Roggensack was in NYC for the exciting week that culminates with this Sunday’s 2011 Tony Awards® ceremony, being broadcast on CBS. Read “Stage Mom” every day this week for local takes on the Tony Awards®.
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Lynn Trimble and daughter Lizabeth recently traveled to New Jersey, where they found all sorts of arts and culture — but lost a little something too.
Lynn Trimble uncovers a few old programs from a local youth theater just as its young performers are readying to present “Broadway Heroes & Villains” at the ASU Kerr Cultural Center in Scottsdale this weekend.
Lynn Trimble, who sometimes feels like she spends all day driving around in a “Seth-mobile,” describes the evening she and daughter Lizabeth met Broadway legend Betty Buckley and comedian/musician Seth Rudetsky, whose show on the SiriusXM Radio “On Broadway” channel holds its own against another favorite playing 24/7 Springsteen.
When Lynn Trimble’s daughter Lizabeth called home from New York City after seeing a show on Broadway, they discovered a common thread to their day — then swapped stories of idiots and kings.
As her daughter Lizabeth prepares for college theater program auditions, Lynn Trimble talks to recent BFA in musical theater graduate Karley Willocks about performing in “A Chrous Line”–which you can enjoy this week on Valley stages.
Stage Mom Lynn Trimble worries that recent mishaps with “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” may signal dark days for musical theater — and offers reflections on the true magic of musical theater, a craft that once fueled our imagination nation.
Move over “Phantom.” Stage Mom Lynn Trimble has a new favorite musical. It’s the perfect blend of entertainment and enlightenment. Who knew such a thing was even possible these days?
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