Archive for February 2014

Good Night to Blondes!

Tonight is the final night to see “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes!” They’ve had a lovely cruise on the Ile de France. Here are a few final photographs by Atom Biggs.

Cast members strike a pose to declare, "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes!"

Cast members strike a pose to declare, “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes!”

Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) flirts with the Olympic team.

Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) flirts with the Olympic team.

Henry Spofford (Aaron Weisberg) and Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) cut a rug.

Henry Spofford (Aaron Weisberg) and Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) cut a rug.

Lord Beekman (Mark Drumm) appreciates the charms of Lorelei Lee (Karen DeHart).

Lord Beekman (Mark Drumm) appreciates the charms of Lorelei Lee (Karen DeHart).

Staff positions open for 2014-2015

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Our 2014-2015 season shows are set! Interested in contributing to SBMT’s 2014-15 season as a member of the technical or production staff? See the SBMT Board web page for contact info.

Gentlemen (and Ladies) on stage

SBMT’s 2014 Winter production, “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” is in full swing at the Saratoga Civic Theatre. There’s one more weekend to enjoy the show. Here are a few photos from rehearsals, by Steve Stubbs.

It's delightful - and colorful - down in Chile!

It’s delightful – and colorful – down in Chile!

Mrs. Ella Spofford (Dina Jacobsen), Josephus Gage ( James Creer), Lorelei Lee (Karen DeHart), and Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) get fit.

Mrs. Ella Spofford (Dina Jacobsen), Josephus Gage ( James Creer), Lorelei Lee (Karen DeHart), and Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) get fit.

Lorelei Lee (Karen DeHart) and Gus Esmond (Kevin Cornelius) stroll the ship's deck.

Lorelei Lee (Karen DeHart) and Gus Esmond (Kevin Cornelius) stroll the ship’s deck.

Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) and Henry Spofford (Aaron Weisberg) find love in Paris.

Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) and Henry Spofford (Aaron Weisberg) find love in Paris.

The ensemble pops a few champagne corks to embark on their journey.

The ensemble pops a few champagne corks to embark on their journey.

Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) works out with the Olympians.

Dorothy Shaw (Katherine Stein) works out with the Olympians.

It seems so long ago that this production began! Santa Claus helped kick off early rehearsals back in December.

It seems so long ago that this production began! Santa Claus helped kick off early rehearsals back in December.

SBMT Crab Feed

There was plenty of crab for all at SBMT’s annual Crab Feed on January 25. (No, we don’t feed the crabs … they feed us!) Party-goers enjoyed crab, bid on auction items, and danced the night away to the sounds of Sinister Dexter. Following are photos by Steve Stubbs.

C. Michael Traw and Nancy McClymont sell raffle tickets

C. Michael Traw and Nancy McClymont sell raffle tickets

Emcee James Creer pauses to chat with Lucy Haab

Emcee James Creer pauses to chat with Lucy Haab

Members of Sinister Dexter kept everyone hopping.

Members of Sinister Dexter kept everyone hopping.

Crab for all!

Crab for all!

SBMT General Meeting, January 2014

SBMT’s General Meeting in January is a time for members to catch up with their theater friends, as well as when the organization honors its volunteers, announces upcoming season plans, and elects new officers. Following are a few photos of the event by Steve Stubbs, rehearsal photographer for the “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” production.

Jocelyn Pickett belts out a number from the upcoming "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels"

Jocelyn Pickett belts out a number from the upcoming “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”

Karen DeHart and Bill Erenata, "Gentlemen" castmates, show off their company sweatshirts.

Karen DeHart and Bill Erenata, “Gentlemen” castmates, show off their company sweatshirts.

James Creer earned a Silver Jacket for his volunteer work.

James Creer earned a Silver Jacket for his volunteer work.

Kevin Cornelius was presented with the Carol Srigley "Heartbeat" award at the January, 2014 Annual Meeting

Kevin Cornelius was presented with the Carol Srigley “Heartbeat” award.