Theater Productions

Dance Storm and the Town Center Players

Dance Storm is proud to announce the creation of the Town Center Players, a non-profit theater organization dedicated to  fostering the development of community theater that will continually provide new levels of talent from all walks of life. Together with the talented instructors from Dance Storm,  the Town Center Players  shows have been very successful. DSC_5553

Up-Coming Shows:

 Saturday November 1st, and Sunday the 2nd, at Dance Storm International

“Bobby Smith for President”,

(the must see play before Election Day)

It’s Funny, It’s Serious, oh well you decide…..

Bobby Smith, will bring home 80% of our military from foreign countries.  Make college available to everyone with 0% interest college loans and loan forgiveness.  Reduce crime by over 50% and make our schools safer.  Reduce the deficit and reverse our debt making the United States of America number one.  Bobby Smith has a plan and the guts to follow through with it. God Bless America!!!!

NOLA  : The Musical –  The musical is about a family’s struggle after losing their home and business to Katrina.  Even though they stayed in New Orleans and tried to rebuild only to loss their business all over again to the oil spill.   Lots of dancing and singing, keeping  the audience engaged throughout the performance.  The money from this musical will help the victims of Katrina and Sandy.

A Man Named Moses: – Bringing the character Moses into today’s time where turmoil from man is turned around with God’s help.

New York  New York: – A show about dancers, musicians and actors and their struggles trying to make a career in New York City.

Story Book World: Specifically written for children enabling them to go on a journey of multiple fairy tales. They follow the pathway to adventures and use their imaginations to fulfill their characters and help those who may be in distress along the path.

One of our past shows:

Friday, August 3rd and Saturday, August 4th, 2012 at 8pm

at the Brook Arts Center

Directed By Ana Kalet Musical Direction by Mike Stein Choreographed by Danielle Mondi Produced by Dance Storm Intl’s Lysette Coraggio, Ed Cronk and Mark Kalet.

Tickets: $15, $10 for students and seniors, available at the Brook box office or through Ticketweb.

Storm Productions, in association with the Somerset County Cultural Arts Center and Dance Storm International, is proud to present 2 benefit performances of JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR® DREAMCOAT (lyrics by Tim Rice, Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber) to support the Brook Arts Center in downtown Bound Brook, New Jersey.  Starring Bobby Wolfe as Joseph, with South Brunswick resident Kristin Contrino as the Narrator, JOSEPH tells the biblical story of the 12 sons of Jacob set to various styles of music (western, soft shoe, calypso).  Director Ana Kalet and music director Mike Stein have assembled a talented cast, ranging in age from 6 to 60, to bring this great family musical to life.  Choreography is by Danielle Mondi. Executive producers Ed Cronk and Lysette Coraggio are working with producer Mark Kalet in arranging two nights of performances to benefit the restoration of the Brook Arts Center, damaged by severe flooding over the years.  “We hope to be able to help bring this old beauty back to its original glory,” Kalet said of the 85 year old former vaudeville and movie house.  “If people want to support a great cause AND experience a great night of theater, they should come on down to the Brook!” Storm Productions is a new community theater company dedicated to performing shows that resonate with families and the community. The Brook Arts Center is located at 10 Hamilton Street in downtown Bound Brook, New Jersey.  Further information can be found at the Brook Arts Center. JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR® DREAMCOAT is presented through an exclusive arrangement with  R & H Theatricals and The Really Useful Group Limited.