All Access: South Pacific

Immerse yourself in the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival production of SOUTH PACIFIC! All Access provides exclusive learning experiences and grants unprecedented access to the world of the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival. Participants will have the unique opportunity to become completely immersed in both the technical and creative aspects of a mainstage production at the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse. Learn music and choreography from the performers, meet and greet the cast, crew and creative staff, and go behind the scenes in a production exclusive at the costume shop. Register by August 2.

The PiTCH: Week 3- That’s All Folks

The PiTCH allows you to witness and participate in the development of a brand new musical! Come see a 60-min production presented by the writers themselves, including scenes, songs and choreography! After the show, participate in a Q&A with the creative team to help them in their next stage of development. A New Musical in Technicolor. After selling off his most famous characters, the creator of one of the world’s most recognizable cartoons is in a state of writer’s block and inertia.

The PiTCH: Week 1- Far From Canterbury

The PiTCH allows you to witness and participate in the development of a brand new musical! Come see a 60-min production presented by the writers themselves, including scenes, songs and choreography! After the show, participate in a Q&A with the creative team to help them in their next stage of development. A re-imagined telling of “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, Far From Canterbury takes us to a world where fairy tales are considered current events, and tells the story of a shy young knight who will be sentenced to death, unless in one year, he can answer one simple riddle: “What is it that women desire most?”

A Two-character Musical About First Love

Director Bevin O’Gara joins us to talk about the story and the actors in ‘Girlfriend’, a story about first love between two teenagers who don’t have the words to express their feelings, so they use mix-tapes.