Length: 90 minutes (plus a 15 minute intermission)
Age Recommendation: 14 and up. Children under 10 will not be admitted to the theatre. All patrons must have a ticket. This production contains mature themes and language.
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September 9-18, 2022
Regular Tickets: $20-$35
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Student/Senior Tickets: $10 (Tier 3)
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Music and Lyrics by Ryan Scott Oliver
Based on Photographs by Matthew Murphy
Directed by Steve Cisneros
Musical Directed by Shayna Sternin
Stage Managed by Loren Morris
If a picture is worth 1,000 words — what about a song? Can a picture inspire a song or fifteen? In 35mm, each photo creates an unique song, moments frozen in time; a glimmer of a life unfolding, a glimpse of something happening. A stunning new multimedia musical which explores a groundbreaking new concept in musical theatre… This intricately woven collection of stories told through song reimagines what the modern American musical can be.
MEET THE CAST
James Beardsley (Man 3), is grateful and absolutely stoked to perform in this wonderful production of 35mm. Digital Marketer by day, he is thrilled to get back into gear after a long pause from performing. Big thank you to my teachers, friends, and family for their endless support.
Amber Florin (Woman 3) is extremely excited and grateful to be part of the 35MM cast. She recently graduated from the CAP21/Molloy College BFA Musical Theater program back in 2020. Since then, she has had the opportunity to perform in multiple cabarets in NYC and a music revue called Radio Revival. Most recently though, she was seen as a tap-dancing egg in the production of Something Rotten! at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center. She has also been seen in productions of Spring Awakening (Anna), Hairspray (Tracy), Bring It On! The Musical (Bridget), along with multiple original works and projects throughout college. She can’t thank her family, friends, and mentors enough for all of their guidance, love, and support. She hopes you enjoy the show
Lauren Laass (Woman 1) is grateful to be given the opportunity to narrate these images through song. This is her second show at The Phantom Projects Theatre, having recently been seen as the lovable pig Wilbur in Charlotte’s Web in February. In May 2021, she graduated with a BA in Theatre Arts from Nebraska Wesleyan University. Some of her favorite theatre credits include Seussical (Cat in the Hat), Xanadu (Erato/roller skater/Andrews Sister), Drowsy Chaperone (Janet van de Graaff). While in college, she was part of her university’s Touch of Class Jazz Choir, traveling the Midwest every year for tours and local performances. When she’s not performing, you will most likely find her roller skating at the beach. Lauren would like to thank the creative team for allowing her to do what she loves most, which is SING! Enjoy the show, everyone!
Nick Morganella (Man 2), a long time listener and appreciator of the original 35MM album, is honored beyond words to lend his own voice to these songs and stories. Favorite credits include The Secret Garden, Oklahoma! and The Addam’s Family (3D Theatricals) and ARCANE:Enter The Undercity (Secret Cinema/Netflix/Riot Games). These performances are dedicated to Mom, and to the best adventuring party in the world.
Amazing Oakes (Woman 2) is beyond thrilled to be a part of this production. Her recent credits include the Fringe Festival’s A Dream at the End of Time, and her college theatre’s production of Waiting for Lefty. But, more importantly, Oakes would like to call out their brother, their parents, and their best friend, Hayden. She would like to thank them for loving her well, and for being the reason any of this is possible. She would also like to thank the person reading this, not only for reading this far into her bio, but also for taking a moment to engage with our show. You are why we do this. Thank you.