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Gerald Dolter

Own Esteemed General Director

Lubbock Moonlight Musicals company

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Lubbock Moonlight Musicals company

413 East Broadway

Lubbock, Texas,79403

United States

Company Description

Well into our 11th year, Lubbock Moonlight Musicals is pleased to be able to provide the Lubbock area with extremely diverse artistic offerings. From the immense Moonlight Broadway productions to Moonlight Musicals outdoor creations to the innovative youth-ori...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Texas Tech University


Artistic Director

Mozart's


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www.lubbockmoonlightmusicals.org

Gerald Dolter
General Director


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Gerald Dolter - whose many positions include director of Lubbock Moonlight Musicals - has performed and taught on an international basis, and never gotten caught up in arts controversies or squabbles.
Oh, don't take him for granted. He stays aware. But he primarily is interested in music and music history, with few limits on the music valued. More than two years ago, it was hinted to Dolter that he might want to look into the rights to the hit musical attraction "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story." Dolter pulled off the ground work, and was able to not only obtain the rights to this hit production - but also hire both of the actors who have been alternating in the role of Buddy Holly on stage in London's West End, Dean Elliott and Matt Wycliffe. "I'm in it for the history," said Dolter. Oh, and Dolter's not even from Lubbock. He grew up in Dubuque, Iowa. "Guys and Dolls," directed by Dolter, opens July 17 and will close Aug. 21. Dolter will produce both productions. This is an amazing accomplishment. I smiled upon realizing that this epic stage show, which earned major awards for its openings in both New York and London, is being brought to Lubbock by a non-profit organization rather than the city. Dolter and his crew have invited Holly's widow, Maria Elena, to attend, which is the right thing to do. They spoke with Mrs. Holly about the Moonlight Musicals anyway, and, according to Dolter, everyone is on the same page and the contract has been signed. Dolter said, "We are espectailly interested in people who play musical instruments - primarily lead guitar, bass guitar and piano - in addition to singing. Dolter also will have Elliott, Wycliffe and Bannister give workshops and seminars for theater students. Automobile must be supplied, and Dolter said, "I'm sure they want to explore Lubbock, go see the Norman Petty Studio in Clovis, N.M., and visit West Texas when not working.


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Gerald Dolter - General Director
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Lubbock Moonlight Musicals founder and General Director, Gerald Dolter, released the following statement: "After such successful productions of Les Mis and CATS, we, at Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, decided to expand our Moonlight Broadway series to two productions each year- with hopes of further expanding that number in the future.
Our production of Mary Poppins this May comprised the first half of the 2015 series, and now Beauty and the Beast will complete it. While Mary Poppins is commonly considered a children's show, the material and talent on stage in our production was phenomenal and I had 60+ year-old men stop me after our performances this spring and say, "Gerald, I have seen this show on Broadway and around the world, and your production was the best I have ever seen or heard."; and I think Beauty and the Beast will inspire similar statements.


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Gerald Dolter, director of Texas Tech Opera Theatre and Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, will stage the show; Maestro David Cho of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra will conduct; and Yvonne Racz-Key, artistic director of Ballet Lubbock, will choreograph.
"The stars have aligned in Lubbock," Dolter said. "This production has been in the works for more than two years.


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