TNTs first show was dynamite
Showtime! was the title of The New Theatre of Chesapeake's gala fundraising revue. The event featured exceptional talent from across Hampton Roads including artists such as local diva Lindsay Eure; The Hurrah Players; trumpeter and City Attorney, Ron Hallman; Denise Wall's Dance Energy; NY cabaret artist Bryon Sommers; The Commodore Chorus and others. The evening started off with a rousing introduction by Mayor Krasnoff and ended with a well-deserved standing ovation. It was a fine kick-off for the city's premier theater organization, whose ultimate goal is to have a performing arts center built in the Greenbrier area. Also in the spotlight was TNT's 2010-2011 season announcement. This year's productions will be Songs For A New World (October), You're A Good Man Charlie Brown (February), and Violet (May). For more information call 757-288-0653, visit www.TNTChesapeake.com, or find them on Facebook.
All photography courtesy of Stan Chapman
Mingling in the lobby before the show. From left: TNT Founder & Executive Producing Director Lindsay Eure, Chesapeake Mayor Alan Krasnoff, and TNT President Margaret Eure.
Ron Hallman, Chesapeake City Attorney wailed a tune from
The Commodore Chorus under the direction of Susan Ayers
Stan Eure and his daughter Lindsay Eure belted out
The Hurrah Players performed a number from their latest show 13: A New Musical.
Amy Rae Nelligar-King and David Nelligar-King delivered a stunning rendition of
Showtime's Grand Finale
A Real Estate Avocationby Jean Loxley-Barnard
What to ask before contracting a designerby Terry Young
The Hope Trap -- The Bottleby Jean Loxley-Barnard
Forgiving Those We Have Injuredby Dr. Bill Austin
Preparing for Interior Shootsby Terry Young
A Vision of Youth
Kitten Fosteringby Breonna Loxley