Archive for December 2016

Happy Holidays! See you at the General Meeting


South Bay Musical Theatre wishes you and your friends and family a wonderful holiday season! We’re looking forward to seeing members at our General Meeting on

  • Thursday, January 5, 2017, 7:00 pm, at the Saratoga Civic Theatre

At this meeting we celebrate our members, share SBMT news, and announce the shows lined up for the coming 2017-18 season. Listen to members of the 1776 cast perform an excerpt from the show, and enjoy an informal reception with snacks and desserts afterward!


We’ve installed the software on our dedicated costume management laptop, we’ve got volunteers willing to help catalog costumes – but we’re still looking for a volunteer costume coordinator. Duties include keeping track of costume inventory as it is rented out and returned, and working with other volunteers to continue cataloging costumes. Interested? Email for more information.

Broadway By the Decade Cast / 1776 Coming Soon


We are delighted to announce the cast of our upcoming event, BROADWAY BY THE DECADE: MUSICALS OF THE 1980s! This ONE NIGHT ONLY event takes place February 12, 2017 at 7:30pm. Tickets are available at 

Nicholas Adams
Stephane Alwyn
Afton Bolz
Jason Brittsan
James Creer
Morgan Dayley
Karen DeHart
Adrien Gleason
Matthew Hall
Carly Honfi
Walter M. Mayes
Mary Melnick
Corey Miller
Shawn Miller
Diane Milo
Glenna Murillo
Nick Nakashima
Brian Palac
Barbara Reynolds
Tim Reynolds
Michael Rhone
Minna Rogers
Sheila Savage
Kereli Sengstack
Katherine Stein
Alicia Teeter
Molly Thornton
Marisol Urbano
Christine Wait
Paula Warren

with Ted Kopulos, host

Purchase your tickets now for an event filled with song from musicals such as “Nine,” “Dreamgirls,” “La Cage aux Folles,” “Into the Woods,” “Sunday in the Park with George,” “Phantom of the Opera,” and “Les Miserables.” Buy your tickets now, as our ‘decade’ shows routinely sell out well in advance of the show date!

“1776” is Under Construction!

Back row, from left: Grady Sanders, Tim Harris, Stephen Wathen, Kelly Lotz, Bev Hansberry. Front row, from left: Gwendolyne Wagner,  Ashley Faus, Terri Weitz

Back row, from left: Grady Sanders (crew), Tim Harris (Caesar Rodney), Stephen Wathen (Set Designer), Kelly Lotz (Joseph Hewes), Bev Hansberry (Thomas McKean). Front row, from left: Gwendolyne Wagner (Andrew McNair), Ashley Faus (Leather Apron), Terri Weitz (Benjamin Franklin)

Members of the cast of 1776 rest during a break while building Independence Hall, Philadelphia — the site of the Second Congressional Congress and of our upcoming musical production. 1776 puts a human face on the pages of history as we see the men and women behind the national icons: proud, frightened, uncertain, witty, charming, and ultimately noble figures determined to do the right thing for a fledgling nation. Note that our production features gender-blind casting, all the better to bring you the best talents from around the Bay Area.

For tickets and information, go to