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From: Art & Ellen SanbornDate: July 28, 2008 3:11:22 PM EDTDear All,
Our musical, Judah Ben-Hur is definitely on the move. We had a preview a few days ago in Manhattan and are very encouraged. It was the first time our corporate team (Lawyer, Marketing, GM, Press, Producers, etc.) were all together in one place as well as possible investors. We will have more news soon. For now we wanted to follow up on a suggestion from our Press consultant. We have clips of Judah Ben-Hur on Youtube .There is the 3-minute version...There are also two music videos (both are love songs from the show). Those are....."I believe in Love" -
"I Remember You"By going and viewing these videos, you are helping us out a ton. We can then show possible investors the number of hits we've had to our videos to prove that the public is interested in this. Also, if you'd like to forward this on to everyone else you know (or think would be interested in it), that would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much!
Art, Ellen & David
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It epitomized the theme I've seen this year as artists have shared the spotlight. John Kirby was willing to let me direct our play before he got there. We double cast the women's roles, and they helped each other develop the characters.
I don't know if the other departments were sharing so unselfishly, but if Andrew and David's prayer is any indication, I'd say the theme was broader than theatre.
Brandon is in the post-college division. Lydia and Kaelen, pictured below, are in high school and college, respectively.