Starlight Theater Nantucket

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  • In June 2011 the Starlite theater reopened it’s doors tailoring it’s entertainment to an older crowd. Mary Wilson of the Supremes is the headliner through July 4th, 2011. The Village People and Gallagher are set to headline the theater in late 2011.

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  • Nantucket is an island 30 miles (48.3 km) south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in the United States. Together with the small islands of Tuckernuck and Muskeget, it constitutes the town of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and the coterminous Nantucket County, which are consolidated.
  • Nantucket is the debut release by North Carolina music group, Nantucket. It includes the hit single “Heartbreaker”, which helped this album make the Billboard charts and sell around 200,000 copies.
  • an island resort off Cape Cod; formerly a center of the whaling industry
  • An island off the coast of Massachusetts, south of Cape Cod and east of Martha’s Vineyard. Now a popular resort, it was an important whaling center during the 18th and 19th centuries

starlight theater nantucket

starlight theater nantucket – The Story

The Story of Starlight Theatre
The Story of Starlight Theatre
Starlight Theatre is a magic place where an evening of musical theatre under the stars in Kansas City’s Swope Park speaks so strongly of emotion that the audience is transformed by the presence of the creative experience.
This book is filled with historical photos and provides a “behind the scenes” look at the real workings of the second largest outdoor theatre in the United States. A must for theatre goers everywhere.
Unlike many other art forms, live outdoor theatre is a participatory experience, an event that the spectator helps to create. Every audience is unique because every set of circumstances that come together for an evening’s performance is different. Yet the experience of an evening in Kansas City’s hillside ampitheatre links millions of Midwesterners who have gone to the theatre in Swope Park and come away refreshed, insightful, and, often, amused.
Starlight has become nationally known for its presentation of musical theatre. Light opera, operettas, and book musicals have enchanted audiences there for almost five decades.

Starlight Theatre

Starlight Theatre
Starlight Theatre in Swope Park, date unknown.

Starlight Theater

Starlight Theater
Starlight Theater

starlight theater nantucket

Dreams By Starlight (The Dreams Series)
If the world’s a stage and each of us plays a part, then Camille Wright is the high school wallflower that nobody remembers and only the bullies ever knew was there. However, her headlong dash to Princeton’s Aerospace Engineering program crashes to a heart-jarring halt when in order to “round out all those math classes,” she is unwillingly signed up for drama class. Awkward, shy, and quiet, Camille struggles to stay part of the wall even under the bright lights. But sometimes where you want to be isn’t where you were destined to be at all…

Jaylon Patrick Quinn has been the star so long, not even he remembers when he wasn’t. Confident to the point of obnoxious, smooth to the point of disgusting, Jaylon has his high school peers enthralled. However, the fool’s gold of stardom and the glare of being one-half of the school’s star couple have made Jaylon begin to question if this is really how life is best lived. Now he must decide which direction his future is headed and more importantly, if he really wants to go there at all.

From the author who brought you
“Cowboy,” “Lucky,” and “Reflections on Life”
comes…

Dreams by Starlight

All that you can do is all that you must

DREAMS BY STARLIGHT contains a strong message of looking past the outside to what’s in the heart. It deals with peer pressure and shows how snide comments can deeply wound another. It also shows how true friendship can help encourage and lift up someone in spite of the difficulties of life. — Vickie McDonough, Award-winning Barbour/Heartsong author

While reading DREAMS BY STARLIGHT, a mantle of hope wrapped itself around me, filling me with the desire to be myself, and to pursue my own hidden dreams. The whole time, I kept wishing it would have been mandatory reading when I was in school. It would have saved me a whole lot of aggravation knowing it was okay to be me—the me God created me to be. – Deb Ullrick, Heartsong author

If the world’s a stage and each of us plays a part, then Camille Wright is the high school wallflower that nobody remembers and only the bullies ever knew was there. However, her headlong dash to Princeton’s Aerospace Engineering program crashes to a heart-jarring halt when in order to “round out all those math classes,” she is unwillingly signed up for drama class. Awkward, shy, and quiet, Camille struggles to stay part of the wall even under the bright lights. But sometimes where you want to be isn’t where you were destined to be at all…

Jaylon Patrick Quinn has been the star so long, not even he remembers when he wasn’t. Confident to the point of obnoxious, smooth to the point of disgusting, Jaylon has his high school peers enthralled. However, the fool’s gold of stardom and the glare of being one-half of the school’s star couple have made Jaylon begin to question if this is really how life is best lived. Now he must decide which direction his future is headed and more importantly, if he really wants to go there at all.

From the author who brought you
“Cowboy,” “Lucky,” and “Reflections on Life”
comes…

Dreams by Starlight

All that you can do is all that you must

DREAMS BY STARLIGHT contains a strong message of looking past the outside to what’s in the heart. It deals with peer pressure and shows how snide comments can deeply wound another. It also shows how true friendship can help encourage and lift up someone in spite of the difficulties of life. — Vickie McDonough, Award-winning Barbour/Heartsong author

While reading DREAMS BY STARLIGHT, a mantle of hope wrapped itself around me, filling me with the desire to be myself, and to pursue my own hidden dreams. The whole time, I kept wishing it would have been mandatory reading when I was in school. It would have saved me a whole lot of aggravation knowing it was okay to be me—the me God created me to be. – Deb Ullrick, Heartsong author

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