THE SPOT YOUNG COMPANY
SPONSORED BY Ali Long, Jane & Ed Springman, Savina Barini,
Idaho Commission on the Arts and Anonymous
Book by Enda Walsh
Music + Lyrics by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová
Based on the Motion Picture Written + Directed by John Carney
DECEMBER 8th – DECEMBER 12th, 2021 @ The Spot, 220 Lewis St. Ketchum, ID 83340
Directed by Brett Moellenberg
Music Directed by Grant Carey
with support from the whole Spot Cr3w
"The story of a guy who gave up on love and music, and the girl who inspired him to dream again. On the streets of Dublin, an Irish musician and a Czech immigrant are drawn together by their shared love of music. Over the course of one fateful week, an unexpected friendship and collaboration quickly evolves into a powerful but complicated love story, underscored by emotionally charged music.
Featuring all of the magical songs from the critically acclaimed film, including the Oscar-winning "Falling Slowly," this achingly beautiful, joyously uplifting show strikes an unforgettable chord in audiences and speaks to the power of music to connect us all. A show like that only comes around Once."
We are proud to present our first LIVE Spot Young Company Show since 2019. We have assembled an incredibly talented group of Wood River Valley high school students and created some musical theater magic at 220 Lewis Street.
The Spot's Young Company is a tuition-free project, featuring Wood River Valley students (grades 9-12) led by program alumni and professional mentors. The Spot Young Co. aims to educate and empower young artists through collaboration and commitment on stage and behind the scenes.
Monday December 6 @ 7:30 Student Preview
Tuesday December 7 @ 7:30 Parent Preview
Wednesday, December 8 @ 7:30 Opening
Thursday December 9 @ 7:30
Friday December 10 @ 7:30
Saturday December 11 @ 4:00
Sunday December 12 @ 2:00
Sunday December 12 @ 7:30
Standard Tickets $20
Student Tickets $10
Emma Desserault and Brady Giles in Unworthy of Your Love from ASSASSINS
in OUR TIME: A Virtual Sondheim Showcase
The Spot Young Company 2020
Photo: Natalie Battistone
Health + Safety:
We require all patrons to wear a mask at all times within the space.
We require proof of vaccination (or a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours.)
Extra masks will be made available at the door.
Thanks for your compliance and care in keeping us all safe! Masks + mutual respect.
We are monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta Variant on an hourly basis, and our policies are subject to change based on new information from the CDC, the WHO and others. We’re committed to safeguarding the health and safety of our patrons, artists and staff, and will set policy in accordance with current recommended best practices.
The Spot has undergone a complete HVAC overhaul. For your safety and comfort, we have installed:
Needlepoint bipolar ionization technology for cleaner air
MERV-13 filtration to catch particles
New duct pulling 5 air changes/hour from outside air
Air Conditioning system
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THE SPOT YOUNG COMPANY
THE SPOT YOUNG COMPANY is a tuition-free project featuring Wood River Valley students (grades 9-12) led by program alumni and professional mentors. It aims to educate and empower young artists through collaboration and commitment on stage and behind the scenes. The Spot Young Co. culminates with a fully staged production and offers competitive training in acting and technical theater.
Daria Brown, Priya Merchant, Rylee Brown and Mattigan Monschke in CATS, 2019
Photo: Kevin Wade
DECEMBER 2020 Music by Stephen Sondheim Directed by The Spot Cr3w Music Directed by R.L. Rowsey Produced by Director of Education Peter Burke
DECEMBER 2019 by Andrew Lloyd Webber Directed by Yanna Lantz Music Directed by Dorinda Rendahl Choreographed by Peter Burke
MARCH 2019 by Stephen Schwartz + Roger O. Hirson Directed by Yanna Lantz Music Directed by RL Rowsey Choreographed by Peter Burke
MARCH 2018 Adapted by Natalie Battistone Directed by Brett Moellenberg Music Directed by Grant Carey
MARCH 2017 by Ryan Scott Oliver Directed by Megan Mahoney Music Directed by Grant Carey
MARCH 2016 By Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater Directed by Peter Burke Music Directed by Grant Carey