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MET2’s Aristic Director Alison Bretches

Jordan P., Foshay Flash Reporter

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Alison Bretches, who directed MET2’s The Music Man had to learn almost everything about theater to become a director. She learned about acting, crew, props, lighting, and sound.

Her favorite plays that she has directed are Peter Pan and Seussical The Musical. She likes plays that are imaginative and creative and she also loves plays that have a historical connections.

Ms. Bretches said that her favorite connection in the Music Man was the Main Street in Disneyland with River City. She also liked the idea of change and in The Music Man, Winthrop, a young boy who didn’t talk much, changed the most because after he started to play his trumpet. The more he played, the more he began to talk.

The Music Man had a large cast of 230 kids, and Ms. Bretches said that it was sometimes hard to direct to many in cast.

 

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