The Older Members Association of the Bristol Boys and Girls Club Family Center have selected Dan Newton to be the OM Show Chairman and Vice President for 2018.
Dan has been an active Older Member since 2013 and a cast member in many shows, as well as serving on several Show Committees and the Membership Committee Chairman.
Audience members will remember him as the emcee for the 2015 show as he portrayed Bob Hope and Cab Calloway.
Dan is also known as one of characters in the traditional OM Skits, adding so much humor to the well known variety show.
The OM has also selected Allen Stone to be the Artistic Director for the Organization.
Allen has been an active member of the OM’s since 2012, he directed the OM Show in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and was Show Chairman for the 2014 and 2015 shows.
As a long time cast member, Allen has been involved with the OM Show since his childhood and believes the show is what inspired his love of performing on stage.
As the Artistic Director for the 2018 show, Allen plans to highlight the kids and teens so they have the opportunity to love the theater as he does.
Allen and Dan are already busy in pre-production activities to get the show process started.
Show dates will be April 20 and 21, 2018 at Saint Paul High School. Audition dates will be in early January and will be posted soon.
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