One night only! 42nd Street in Concert, featuring JT on Tour and alumni performers.
Rayme Sciaroni served for may years as Artistic Director for San Diego Junior Theatre. Rayme is an accomplished composer/lyricist for music theater projects and recently presented his writing abilities in the World Premier of The Daddy Machine at Diversionary Theatre, then picked up and performed on the Rosie O’Donnell Family Cruise Ship. Also, Corporate Circus at the Lyceum Theatre.
Rayme has several directing/musical directing credits through out San Diego and beyond: Guys and Dolls, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, High School Musicals 1 & 2, Aladdin, The Fantastiks, I Do! I Do!, and Once Upon A Mattress, to name but a slight few.
He is also the writer for the theme song for his co-hosted internet radio show, “The Diva Craft Lounge” (Have Yourself A Diva Day) as well as specialized materials for singers on CD, (Debra Wangers ‘Driving My Own Heart) Theatre, (The Welk’s Christmas Show) and a long list of Cabaret shows.
He also boasts two piano solo CD’s and has co-authored a craft book entitled, “Designing with the Divas” now available in JoAnn’s Craft stores through out the country.
Rayme’s music website: http://www.raymemusic.com
Rayme’s ‘Crafty’ site: http://www.raymecards.com
San Diego Junior Theatre's 2016 Advanced Musical Theatre class production of Pippin.
San Diego Junior Theatre 2016 Advanced Musical Theatre class production of Bye, Bye Birdie.
An evening of songs in the art of the cabaret stylings by San Diego Junior Theatre’s traveling community outreach group, JT On Tour.
There's trouble in River City when a fast-talking salesman gets his heart stolen by the town librarian.
Everyone's favorite Nanny is back in San Diego!
San Diego Junior Theatre's 2015 Advanced Musical Theatre workshop production of Godspell In Concert.
The legendary characters imagined by Charles Addams are brought to life in The Addams Family, a musical comedy, October 24-November 9, 2014.
Based on the true story of the Trapp Family Singers, The Sound of Music was the final collaboration between Rodgers and Hammerstein and is arguably one of the most popular musicals of all time.