The wildly entertaining Peter and the Starcatcher
Cinematographer and projection desinger extraordinaire, Don Thompson, captured some fabulous footage of Good Company Players’ cast of Peter and the Starcatcher. On stage March 16 — May 14 at Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater in Fresno, CA Buy tickets here.
So you think you can sword fight?
We asked fight choreographer Henry Montelongo to shed some light on what it was like choreographing the sword fighting in Good Company Players’ upcoming Camelot. Camelot opens September 15th; To purchase tickets visit https://rogerrockas.com/dinner-shows/ “In the musical Camelot, Lancelot (Terry Lewis) is challenged by King Arthur’s best knights, Sir Dinadin (Greg Ruud), Sir Sagramore (Daniel Sutherland), and Sir […]
Nashville visits Fresno!
BREAKING NEWS: Nashville stops in Fresno and leaves GCP looking better than ever!! Thanks to the generous support of Clint Higham, President of Higham Management, and the expertise of David Haskell, President of Morris Light and Sound of Nashville, Good Company Players has upgraded its lighting look. We are one of the very first […]
Choreographer Kaye Migaki works with the cast of “Crazy for You”
The Fresno Bee’s Donald Munro and Craig Kohlruss created a wonderful article about Kaye Migaki, the choreographer of GCP’s Crazy For You. Enjoy this video of Kaye working her tap-magic during one of the final rehearsals from Good Company Player’s 2015 production of Crazy For You! To read the article copy and paste this link in […]
Director Appreciation Day!
The Junior Company of CURTAINS decided to have what they called “Director Appreciation Day” and dress up as some of their favorite directors (or favorite friends in some cases). They planned a party and, with the help of some parents, provided food and drinks to their current Jr. Company directors and other invited friends/past directors […]
Anatomy of a Backdrop
This behind-the-scenes special look at SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN features the development of a backdrop by our Scenic Designer, David Pierce. “I thought that I’d share with you the stages that a scenic backdrop goes through. This is a medium size roll drop that is 11 feet tall by 15 feet, 6 inches wide. I […]