FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEnot sure where godfrey and dillner keep coming up with eight. tuesdays count is now at 12.
On Monday, July 20, Skylight Opera Theatre former Artistic Director Bill Theisen declined to return to the Skylight for the 2009-2010 season as a stage director. Since Theisen's resignation yesterday, eight other artists have resigned from the upcoming season - both on the mainstage and in the free cabaret series.
With this news, the Skylight is moving forward with its contingency
plans and is pleased to be having conversations with other extraordinarily talented artists to ensure the Skylight's historical success continues into the 50th Anniversary Season.
Theisen had previously accepted freelance directing positions for four productions in the 50th Anniversary Season: /The Barber of Seville, Plaid Tidings, The Marriage of Figaro/, and /The Long and The Short of It/.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
the contingency plans
the skylight opera theatre has just put out a press release regarding the events of the last 24 hours:
posted at 3:13 PM