Some Things are Meant to Be

Today was a bittersweet one for the cast of Little Women: The Broadway Musical. It has been a longer than usual production, with the performances being pushed back a month due to the hurricane. However, some things are meant to be, and in the end, it meant this close-knit cast had more time together.  We hope you were as delighted as we were with the production. It was truly astonishing!

View a slideshow of our journey below. Professional photos were taken by Michael Berg.

Meet the Cast

Casting Call!

Be a part of a “Wonderful” production and audition for
Frank Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life”

Based on the classic movie starring Jimmy Stuart, you will fall in love with the characters and the beautiful Christmas message: whether it is for the first time or fiftieth time.  Don’t miss out on the opportunity to bring to the stage this beloved Christmas story!

Little Women Show Rescheduled

Hello everyone!

Due to the damage wreaked upon Goldsboro in the wake of Hurricane Florence, we have decided to reschedule our production of Little Women: The Broadway Musical. This decision was not easy, but we believe it was right.

We hope to see you in October!

2018 Herman Award’s Banquet

Congratulations to all of our nominees and winners of the Herman Awards this year! Check back for more pictures!

Best Show of the Season: The Wizard of Oz

Best Direction of a Play or Musical: Matt Gore for The Crucible; Sandra Evans for The Wizard of Oz

 Best Set: Jason Sampson for The Wizard of Oz

 Best Costuming: Cindy Jones for The Wizard of Oz

 Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play or Musical: Kenan Stewart as John Proctor in The Crucible

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play or Musical: Olivia Simmons as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz

Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Play or Musical: Heath Radford as The Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz

 Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Play or Musical: Hallie Hulse-Evans as The Witch in The Wizard of Oz

 Best Special Performance by an Actor in a Play or Musical: Luis Blanco as Jacob Marley in Christmas Carol

 Best Special Performance by an Actress in a Play or Musical: Lyndsay Parnell as Mary Warren in The Crucible

 Best Vocal Performance by an Actor in a Musical: Luis Blanco as The Lion in The Wizard of Oz

Best Vocal Performance by an Actress in a Musical: Olivia Simmons as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz

The Katherine Costa Award for Best Choreography: Crystal Hodges for The Wizard of Oz

 The Rich and KJ Bernstein  Production Team Award: The Wizard of Oz: Cathy Woods, Asst. Director; Charlie Taylor, Stage Manager; Christie Mayo Producer; Deanne Morris, Properties Manager; Jessy Fields, Make-Up

Director’s Awards:

A Christmas Carol: Heath Radford

The Crucible: Stephanie Slusser

The Wizard of Oz: James and Janelle Donovan

Special Awards:

Fran Newby: Karen Parrish

Shannon Horton: Austin Pate

Lifetime Achievement: Gene & Debbie McLendon

Annual Herman Awards Banquet

To purchase tickets for this year’s Herman Awards, you have several options:

1. Purchase them at our next Membership Meeting on Monday, July 9th
2. Email Hermanawards2018@gmail.com to make arrangements
3. Purchase them from Cathy Woods at Darwin’s Screenprinting (129 E. Walnut St. Goldsboro, NC 27530)
4. Mail in your money to the CST PO Box (CST PO Box 1255 Goldsboro, NC 27533)
 If you plan to mail in your money, please do so by July 10th to ensure that is received by July 15th

There are two types of tickets:
1. $15.00 individual – Upon buying this ticket, you’ll need to designate which dinner you’ll want Dining options include a 6 oz sirloin OR a BBQ chicken breast. The food is provided by Texas Roadhouse.

2. $5.00 individual – Does NOT include the meal but will include the entertainment and hors d’oeuvres

If you intend to dine with us, it is essential for you to purchase your ticket by July 15th!

Please refer to the latest CST mailing for additional information. You may also contact Sandra Evans or email hermanawards2018@gmail.com.