Introducing Joey Clark, Pianist

Introducing Joey Clark, Pianist

We are excited to introduce you to the talented Joey Clark, pianist for our third “Operatunity Theatre At Home” concert on Tuesday, June 16 at 7 pm.

Joey Clark is a musical theater and cabaret performer, director and teaching artist.His work has been seen on the stages of Nautilus Music Theatre, Bloomington Civic Theatre (Artistry), Park Square Theatre, Theatre Mu, Skylark Opera, Frank Theater, Theatre Latte Da, and the Ordway.Joey’s cabaret work began at NYC’s Duplex Cabaret Bar, and he has gone on to direct, musical direct, accompany, and perform in 60+ cabarets.He is a member of the Twin Cities Cabaret Artists Network (TCCAN).Joey chairs the Musical Theatre department at Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists (SPCPA), leads choruses at senior residences throughout the metro through MacPhail Center for Music’s “Sing for Life” Program, and creates inter-generational theater experiences.Most recently, he created and directed “Holding On: Unexpected Stories from WWII” with a cast ranging in age from 9-92 years old, produced by Hero Now Theatre.

Register to attend our “Operatunity Theatre At Home” concert here

Operatunity Theatre Admin

Operatunity Theatre is a new non-profit opera/musical theatre company with headquarters in Stillwater, MN. The mission of Operatunity Theatre is to produce high quality musical performances in the Twin Cities East Metro (specifically the Stillwater/St. Croix River Valley) area that enrich the arts environment and help amateur artists advance their careers by performing alongside experienced professionals. Our vision is to establish Stillwater and its surroundings as a regional music cultural center with a vibrant community of emerging and professional artists. The goal of the organization is to curate an ongoing regular season of opera/musical theatre productions in Stillwater, including an annual summer music festival, to achieve these ends. We propose providing talented singers from the region the opportunity to gain the stage experience they need move from emerging/amateur status into a full professional career, sustainably bridging the arts in this region to the rest of the nation/world in the process.

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