Heritage Theatre Group is excited to announce our first annual gala event! The 2015 Gala will take place at San Chez Bistro on Saturday, January 31st, 2015 and celebrate our 25th Anniversary season.
Doors open at 6:15 pm with tapas, a cash bar, live local music, a raffle and silent auction, at $40 per person/$45 at the door, while supplies last. The announcement of Heritage Theatre’s 25th anniversary season will take place throughout the evening. The 2015 season will include three shows that encapsulate the message of Heritage Theatre, representing past, present, and future classics.
Click here to order tickets to our silver anniversary soiree.
Click here to learn more about the evening’s musicians.
A Songwriting Workshop Supporting The Heritage Theatre Group
This action-packed workshop is intended for songwriters of all skill levels! Whether you’re a never-wrote-a-line-before beginner or an advanced bardic geniuses, the opportunities to learn are limitless. We will have many activities, including brainstorming; free-write; and word-association, to demonstrate songwriting styles and come up with new ideas. There will also be two small group critique sessions lead by Julia and guest instructors. The workshop will culminate with voluntary performances by workshop participants (a capella and instrumental performances are both perfectly fine). There will be an hour break for lunch (not provided) and breaks throughout to work on assignments and follow creative threads.
Where: Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church – 1433 Hamilton Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504 – Map When: February 7, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Cost: $40.00 per participant
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What to bring:
5+ copies of lyrics for one (1) or two (2) songs to work on during critique sessions
Lunch or money to purchase lunch downtown over the lunch break*
OPTIONAL An acoustic instrument for critique sessions (not required)
*Heritage Theatre will provide water and have snacks available for purchase.
About the Instructor:
As a professional singer-songwriter, Julia Yob is well-versed in finding – and sometimes fighting her way to – musical inspiration in the world around her. A Grand Rapids native with an honors B.A. in Music, she now has two musical theatre credits as a composer-lyricist (Poltergeist: A Musical Parody with the Stark Turn Players and TIP$ the Musical, produced in early 2014 with co-writer Ian Mockerman). Julia has written over 100 original songs, including all of those on her first CD, Kissing Frogs. A proud member of the Grand Rapids Songwriters Alliance, she is also on the board for the Heritage Theatre. Julia welcomes you to keep up with her antics on Facebook.