Â Click image for full size resolution Cast photo from Charlie and the Chocolate factory presented by META Performing Arts at the Lincoln Theater in May 2007, Mount Vernon, WA.
Here are songs I wrote in 2007 to Roald Dahl’s lyrics for Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee and Violet Beauregarde. No lyrics were added to Roald Dahl’s original text, but words were deleted to create songs of reasonable length. For educational use only, to see how existing lyrics can be given different musical treatments. [...]
Posted by popular demand, it’s the astounding “I LIKE CHOCOLATE” song. Marvel at the orchestration and complex counterpoint. Be in awe of the depth of the lyrics. This is used for the end of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as lift. I always liked the movie “An American Werewolf in London” where they played “Bad [...]
Mount Vernon, WA – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the historic Lincoln Theater in Mount Vernon, WA showing from May 11 to May 20, 2007. This is a live stage production presented by META Performing Arts. The Cast (In Order of Appearance) Narrator One – Nathan Hamer Narrator Two – Stephania Kay Spy – [...]
Mount Vernon, WA – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory opens May 11, 2007 at the historic Lincoln Theater. Fri-Sun May 11-13 Fri-Sun May 18-20 Fri/Sat Shows at 7pm Sunday shows at 2pm Presented by META Performing Arts. This is a well-cast show with very strong lead and supporting actors. A great family entertainment show that [...]
Recording for The Chocolate Song project will be Friday, May 4th at 7pm at Mount Vernon Presbyterian Church. Cast already has the beat on CD. Come up with your own rap under thirty seconds that flows in beat to the groove you have on CD. I’ll compile these into a cast compilation song. RAP IDEAS: [...]
I’ve been writing music for Charlie and the Chocoloate Factory, including a theme song for Augustus Gloop. I ran across this article today about a boy in London who is 8 years old and weighs 200 pounds. His mother says he will only eat junk food and she refuses to stop feeding him. The English [...]