Premiered in London, Ont.
Written by Carla Rose Kelly
Music by Carla Rose Kelly and Calvin Kelly
Director & Stage Manager: Jocelyn Bertram
Choreographer: Samantha Sendas
Let the Music Come Alive in London is an original musical. Secret healing frequencies that were hidden in the Bible for 2000 years have recently been decoded, but how do we use them? There is a Biblical story of David playing the harp to heal King Saul's madness, but the exact frequencies and number of strings were hidden from us. Or were they? Are these newly discovered healing numbers, the frequencies on the miraculous harp that David used to heal King Saul's madness? The new Canadian musical, Let the Music Come Alive, is deeply thought-provoking about the popular interest concerning the powers within music for healing. Is there more going on than just notes and rhythm? Healing, after all, was music's original purpose. We have known this since the beginning of time. This fictional story is a modern day musical drama about 13-year-old Angelika and her quest to help her father when he has a heart attack. She discovers the powers within music to help heal the deep emotional wounds held in her father's heart. After a shocking turn of events, the family is forced to dig deeper into the meaning of life.
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You Can Believe in Us
Each member of the creative team, behind this production, comes with a lifetime of understanding dedication, commitment, diligent work, and knowledge of what it takes to achieve success. We all believe in what we do, love what we do, and do it because we want to. Your sponsorship in our musical will be held with the highest respect. Here is a brief introduction to our creative team.
Carla Rose Kelly, Playwright, Composer, and Producer: She taught Royal Conservatory Piano and Theory for 25 years nurturing award and scholarship winning musicians. As a performing artist, she is a multi-award-winning, and scholarship recipient pianist, and multi-award-winning figure skater including international silver medalist for Precision Skating. She is an international speaker for Music and Medicine, Music Therapy, and Holistic Health Conferences, and is excited to share this musical with her community.
Calvin J Kelly, Composer: Calvin, now 23 years old, grew up in musical theatre taking on lead roles acting and singing. He began creating songs as early as he could talk, compiling books of compositions over the years. Calvin is a multi-award-winning musician, recipient of 8 vocal scholarships and his first Global Music Award for I'm Alone. He takes every opportunity he can to share his music, whether from mountaintops, open-mic nights, coffee shops, or music parties, Calvin feels honored to share 7 of his compositions in this musical.
Jocelyn Bertram, Director and Stage Manager: Jocelyn is absolutely thrilled to be a part of Let the Music Come Alive! She has a lifetime of theatre experience, and growing expertise in every aspect of the business. Jocelyn is a graduate of the Musical Theatre Performance Program at St. Clair College, in Windsor. Her favourite stage credits include; Alice Sycamore in You Can’t Take It With You, Flossie in The Boy Friend, and Sister Mary Leo in Nunsense. She excels at managing and organization of the whole creative process, including stage craft. Jocelyn has always wanted to work on a new Canadian musical, and is so overjoyed to be working on this project.
Samantha Sendas, Choreographer grew up in the competitive dance world and has won numerous awards throughout her career. She has many years of experience in theatre, and recently graduated from St. Clair College Music Theatre Program. Samantha has taught dance throughout various studios around London Ontario and has performed with and choreographed for Breath in Mvmt and the Beal Dance Program. She is currently the choreographer for the London Dance Festivals 2018 Dance Flash Mob and is thrilled to be on the artistic team as choreographer for Let the Music Come Alive.
As you know, the theater arts are highly valued in our community. Your support by sponsoring the premier showing of this new musical, in your community, would be very much appreciated. It takes a great deal of money to fund all of the makings of a great piece of theatre You can put your name or company “center stage” by sponsoring Let the Music Come Alive. Your generous contribution will help fund local talented musicians, directors, stage managers, actors, costume designers, lighting and sound technicians, prop developers, etc., from rehearsal to production on stage. For your convenience, there are a number of ways you can show your support.
No contribution is too large or too small!
Corporate Sponsorship Levels and Benefits
Platinum Sponsorship – $10,000+
Gold Sponsorship – $3,000 -10,000
Silver Sponsorship – $1,000 -3,000 (show co-sponsor)
Bronze Sponsorship – $500 -1,000 (show co-sponsor)
Star Sponsorship – for all amounts under $500 (show co-sponsor)
Your sponsorship can help make the MUSIC COME ALIVE!
ADVERTISING IN THE PROGRAM
If you just want an ad in the program without all the bells and whistles of Corporate Sponsorship, here are your options:
$250: ¼ page advertisement in all show programs
$500: ½ page advertisement in all show programs
$1000: full page advertisement in all show programs
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SPOTLIGHT ON SPONSORSHIP
We are extremely proud of the partnerships we will cultivate with London contributors. All support is greatly appreciated.
For more information about sponsorship, please contact Carla Rose Kelly, Creator & Producer of Let the Music Come Alive