• Mainstage

  • Music on the Rock

  • Subscribe Today!

  • Upcoming Events

  • FRP-James Bond-13

    Directors Notes: Bond

    September 16th, 2014
    Written by: James Johnson

    Bond. James Bond. Cool and classy. Glamorous and elegant. Crisp clothes, expensive tastes, sophistication and vodka martini’s- shaken, not stirred.  Though Bond creator Ian Fleming originally intended the plain-named James Bond to be a “dull, uninteresting man to whom things happened,” it seems he missed his mark.  It is estimated that one in three of all those living on the planet today have seen James Bond either on film or television.  The 50-year-old spy franchise isn’t the most successful in film history because the leading player is Everyman. Rather, every man wants to be Bond, and every woman wants to […]



    Miss Saigon Opening Night!

    August 1st, 2014
    Written by: James Johnson

    The opening night for Miss Saigon was a bit different than our usual Mainstage opening nights. In the past there has been an overwhelming feeling of levity and happiness as people gathered outside waiting for the doors to open. The atmosphere is generally alive and crisp, we’ve always had our step-and-repeat next to the red carpet, a few props used to make light of the pictures and smiles all around. This time though, we had a Vietnam helicopter on display, no step and repeat and certainly no props. The atmosphere was a stark reminder of the war just over 40 years […]


    Read more about: Front Page News, FRP Blog