2012

A Little Musical about Little Women

Shayla Williams, Kyla Pires, Whitney Millar and Krystyna Pangilinan
Shayla Williams, Kyla Pires, Whitney Millar and Krystyna Pangilinan

Director: Kazandra Pangilinan
Choreographers: Demi Marcakis and Vanessa Quarinto 

KP Productions presents this charming and timeless tale of the four March sisters who grow up to be little women in their beloved Marmee's tender but strong and loving care. With the help of their charming neighbour Laurie, pretty Meg, tom-boyish Jo, gentle Beth and little Amy uncover dreams, learn from their mistakes, fall in love and find happiness. Although poor in material wealth, the family possesses an abundance of love, friendship and imaginative gifts that lead them to some of the most exciting adventures of their lives-whether that be forming a secret society, celebrating Christmas, getting married or traveling through Europe! A Little Musical about Little Women is sure to remind you what the greatest blessing of all is: a loving family. 

A Little Musical about Little Women raised $3,042.35 for The Centre for Child Development over donations collected over 3 performances!

 

http://www.surreyleader.com/entertainment/184445191.html

http://www.canada.com/entertainment/Sisters+holiday+musical+raise+spirits+
cash+charity/7725348/story.html

A Midsummer Night's Musical

Vanessa Quarinto, Lianna Lugrin and Brennan Schebek
Vanessa Quarinto, Lianna Lugrin and Brennan Schebek

Directors: Karina Pangilinan and Kazandra Pangilinan
Choreographers: Demi Marcakis and Vanessa Quarinto

 

Come see William Shakespeare's classic play transformed into a magical musical comedy! The creative team that brought you last year's The Musical Importance of Being Earnest brings you this magical and comedic story: Helena loves Demetrius. Demetrius loves Hermia. Hermia loves Lysander. But Hermia's father doesn't want her to marry Lysander. The course of true love never did run smooth and hilarity ensues as these star-crossed lovers experience something they never imagined in their wildest dreams! A group of wannabe actors, feuding fairies and a love potion gone wrong come together in this enchanted forest to create a mixture of merriment and confusion. 

A Midsummer Night's Musical raised $2800 for BC Children's Hospital from donations collected over 3 performances!

 

http://www.surreyleader.com/entertainment/150469545.html?mobile=true

2011

The Musical Importance of Being Earnest

Brennan Schebek, Lucy Sim, Jackey Lip  and Vanessa Quarinto
Brennan Schebek, Lucy Sim, Jackey Lip and Vanessa Quarinto

Directors: Karina Pangilinan and Kazandra Pangilinan
Choreographers: Demi Marcakis and Vanessa Quarinto

 

Set during the glamor and glitz of the Roaring 20s in New York City, this adaptation features songs from musicals such as HairsprayJoseph and his Amazing Techni-Coloured Dream CoatGuys and DollsThe Music ManMy Fair Lady and many more! Dashing bachelors Algernon Moncrieff and Jack Worthing admit to leading double lives by living under the pretence of someone named "Ernest". Confusion erupts when both Gwendolen and Cecily, the women of their affections respectively, believe they are in love with someone named "Ernest" and trouble ensues when both women firmly declare that they will never love someone whose name is not Ernest. Amidst the secret romance between the elderly Dr. Chasuble and Miss Prism and despite the obstacle of the domineering Lady Bracknell, the two 'Ernests' must find a way to win back their lady's love before the story can come to its surprising and ironic ending as the characters realize "the vital importance of being Earnest". 

 

The Musical Importance of Being Earnest raised $2500 through donations collected for BC Children's Hospital over a span of three performances. 

 

http://www.surreyleader.com/entertainment/122347754.html

2010

Pride and Prejudice: The Musical

Carmelita McGregor and Lukas Maier
Carmelita McGregor and Lukas Maier

Directors: Karina Pangilinan and Kazandra Pangilinan
Choreographers: Demi Marcakis and Vanessa Quarinto

 

Come hear your favourite songs such as 'What's the Buzz', 'Wouldn't it be loverly', 'All I ask of you', 'Without Love' and many more as Jane Austen's beloved novel is transformed into an enchanting and exciting musical comedy! Set in the dirty thirties, the five Bennet sisters have been raised by their overbearing mother with one purpose in life: finding a husband. When a wealthy and handsome bachelor named Mr. Bingley takes up residence in a nearby mansion, the whole town is abuzz. But when Elizabeth meets up with the handsome and - it would seem - snobbish Mr. Darcy, the battle of the sexes begins! Amidst the obstacles created by the pompous Mr. Collins, the arrogant Lady Catherine de Bourgh, the conceited Bingley sisters, and Elizabeth's wild and flirtatious younger sisters, Elizabeth and her aristocratic suiter Fitzwilliam Darcy are two lovers whose pride must be humbled and prejudices dissolved before the story can come to its splendid conclusion. You do not want to miss this sparkling, romantic, comical and heart-warming tale come to life!

 

Pride and Prejudice: The Musical raised $1800 for BC Children's Hospital from collections donated over 2 shows.