Let me sing…I’m happy!

Let me sing I’m happy
Photo caption: Bev McEwan in the role of Martha Watson

IT may only be October but rehearsals are well under way for STUDIO32’s winter show. This talented company will be performing a wonderful stage adaptation of that Christmas film favourite, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. The show contains some all-time classic songs including Blue Skies, Sisters, and of course the Bing Crosby title number White Christmas.

Bev McEwan (pictured) plays the role of Martha Watson, an ex-professional singer/entertainer who is the concierge – and much more – at General Waverly’s hotel in Vermont. But what Martha really wants to do is perform again, and as her solo song title says – Let me sing and I’m happy. The character of Martha is quite over-the-top, but Bev has excellent comic timing and is rising to the challenge and complexities of this role. Bev has been with STUDIO32 for a number of years, playing lead roles such as Ado Annie in their production of Oklahoma!, Mrs Fezziwig in A Christmas Carol, and more recently the lead role of Mabel Normand in Mack and Mabel.

Studio32 are once again supporting the San Fulgencio Alzheimer’s Association with this production, as well as other local charities. So why not help them raise money for worthy causes whilst enjoying a terrific night’s entertainment.

Show dates are Wednesday November 29 to Saturday December 2 at the Cardenal Belluga Theatre in San Fulgencio. All performances start at 7.30pm, and doors open at 7pm. Reserved seating tickets are now on sale, priced at €10 each. You can book your tickets by emailing tickets@studiothirtytwo.org, calling their ticket line on 602 47 47 93, or from the following outlets:

Cards & More, La Marina – 966 79 09 54

The Card Place, Benijofar – 966 71 32 66

Tickets are sure to sell fast so be sure to get in early and book your seat!

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