“The goal is twofold: to support producers and make sure actors have enough work.”

Las Vegas Theater Alliance boosts local performers with a community-wide casting call

August 9th, 2018

“The goal is twofold: to support producers and make sure actors have enough work.”

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  • Like her fictional counterpart, local 10-year-old Teah DeStefano dreams of entertainment stardom.

  • The source material has also inspired three hit movies, including 1998’s ‘You’ve Got Mail,’ with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.

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  • The music is fantastic, but the real joy comes in seeing the costumes, set, dancing, acting and singing giving shape and sight to the sounds.

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  • The Las Vegas production features real-life mother-daughter duo Charlene and Rozanne Sher playing their fictional counterparts.

  • The show runs May 29 through June 24 inside Reynolds Hall.

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