This is the OFFICIAL Blog for Andrew McKeough
Andrew McKeough has a vast knowledge in the Music and Theater Departments. He is a three-time Cappie Nominee and is a Performer in The American Music Abroad Bronze Tour 2012. He is close with Classical-Crossover Singer Jackie Evancho. Andrew has performed at different venues across the United States and throughout Europe. He has also performed for many world leaders and politicians. Andrew has also been in many films and television shows. He has worked alongside some of the greatest performers on Broadway, like Sutton Foster in the show Anything Goes. He has also worked with the casts and been a guest performer in different shows, like Marry Poppins, The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, and more! His vocal and theatre coach is Mrs. Jennie Eisenhower. He will be touring this year so look for him when he comes to a location near you!
Jennie Eisenhower's passion is to tell interesting stories through the mediums of stage and film. She has had the opportunity to do so Off-Broadway, in regional theatres across the country, and in both independent and feature films. She has worked as an actor, director, teacher and a choreographer.
Annaleigh Ashford is Andrew McKeough's old theatre coach. Once Andrew's career started getting more involved, with Mary Poppins, Andy started to be coached in theatre by actress Annaleigh Ashford. To this day Ashford has remained close friends, almost family, to the McKeough family. Annaleigh has done readings and workshops for a few upcoming musicals, including Catch Me if You Can as Brenda Strong and The Addams Family as Wednesday Adams. She also has a cameo appearance in the Sex and the City movie and Anne Hathaway's Rachel Getting Married. Watch out! She's moving on up!
Vocal Range Baritone
Singing Musical Theater
Dancing Modern, Tap, Ballet
Languages American English, British English, French
Height 5 feet 5 inches / 165 cm
Body Type Athletic
Box Office will be open in the Main Lobby 1 hour prior to each performance.
Adults - $15
Students and Seniors - $12
There are no ticket refunds or exchanges unless a show is cancelled.
Group Sales: Discounted group rates for 15 or more are available for selected performances.
These discounted group rates are for non-profit community organizations only.
For information and to purchase group tickets call (610) 240-1022 or email [email protected]
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Show your support of theatre at Conestoga with a Patron Listing or a Note to a member of the cast or crew.
Patron Listing Cast Note Form
Tickets are available online by clicking here or one hour prior to each performance.
BOX OFFICE POLICIES:
In accordance with TESD Policy 1125, there may be a limited number of free tickets available for Seniors (62+) and Veterans.
These tickets are limited to one per qualifying individual for their personal use,if seats are still available at the time of performance. Qualifying individuals must request these tickets in person at the door during the Box Office sales immediately prior to the start of the performance which they wish to attend.
These free tickets are not available in advance.
Conestoga volunteer cards allow entitled cardholder one free ticket, if seats are available, for the fall drama only.
Volunteer Cards will be honored in person when the card is shown at the box office prior to each performance.
These complimentary tickets are not available through internet sale or for performances of the spring musical.
WEATHER CANCELLATION POLICY:
The T/E School District will decide if weather conditions are sufficient to cancel a show.
Notice of Cancellation will be made public via 3 methods:
1. Please visit www.stogamusic.com and navigate to the calendar link where cancellation announcements will be posted.
2. Call the Conestoga Music Department at (610) 240-1022. Follow the prompts for cancellation announcements.
3. Call TESD Information Hotline at (610) 240-1970. Cancellation Announcements will be the first messages you hear.
While we cannot control the weather, we will do our best to try and help you attend another performance if tickets are available.
If you would like to attend one of the remaining performances, please send an e-mail to the Ticket Manager at [email protected]
In your e-mail please include:
‚?Ę name under which the original tickets were purchased
‚?Ę ticket confirmation number if available
‚?Ę number of tickets originally purchased
‚?Ę seat numbers of original tickets
‚?Ę alternative performance date & time
‚?Ę number of tickets you would like to receive
(this can be no more than the number of original tickets purchased)
‚?Ę your e-mail address & phone number (in case of questions)
If available, we will provide you with complimentary (free) tickets to the alternative performance. We will attempt to provide similar tickets to those you purchased, but will be limited by what has previously been sold. We will e-mail you with the tickets we can offer and then hold them in your name for pick-up at the box office beginning one hour prior to the alternative performance.
In the case of a cancelled show, if you are unable to attend an alternate performance, you may request a refund by emailing the Ticket Manager at: [email protected]
Welcome! The primary mission of the Tredyffrin Easttown Music Parents Organization (TEMPO) is to support music programs throughout the TE School District. TEMPO plans and provides the means to fund programs, activities, and trips to CHS music students not paid for by the district. TEMPO‚??s primary goals are to provide the resources and opportunities to encourage and challenge students musically and to add to the enjoyment of the music program through large group participation such as concerts and half-time performances during football games. We encourage participation in competitions, parades, and trips for formal recognition of CHS music groups. The relationships that develop among students, family, and community begin the very first day of school and continue throughout the CHS years. It is a rewarding and memorable experience for all!!!!
The Cappies, "Critics and Awards Program," is a program through which high school theater and journalism students are trained as critics, attend shows at other schools, write reviews, and publish those reviews in local newspapers like The Washington Post, Cincinnati Enquirer, Dallas Morning News, Kansas City Star, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
At the end of the year, the student critics vote for awards that are presented at a formal Cappies Gala. In July and August, many of the top award honorees from around the U.S. and Canada are invited to participate in the Cappies International Theater, where they perform shows at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
American Music Abroad has had 35 years of successful experience in arranging and organizing music tours for student and adult musical groups. Over 30,000 participants have attested to the quality of our tour programs.
Our groups are non-professional, but of a high musical caliber. We have a student tour program, as well as tours for musical ensembles and alumni tours for past participants.
When Jackie Evancho submitted a video to YouTube to compete for a slot on ???America???s Got Talent??? she could never have predicted that a little push of the ???send??? button would eventually send her to the top of the entertainment industry.