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Listening Party is a SMASH HIT!

October 7, 2013

The sound track to ALL THAT DRAMA the musical was premiered to an enthusiastic audience of artists, musicians, students, marketing pros and special guests on October 6th, 2013 in Fort Mill, SC.  For two hours over 50 guests listened and sang along with nearly 30 songs as they aired for the very first time.

It was a night to be remembered.  Watch this video to get the full scoop.

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December 20, 2013

January 9-12, 2014 at South Pointe High School in Rock Hill, SC, award winning drama teacher James Chrismon will direct the first ever stage performance of ALL THAT DRAMA the musical.  This hard-hitting dramatic work will feature drama and vocal students from South Pointe High.
Ticket purchase at event

only - $5 students, $10 adults


January 9, 10, 11 at 7PM

January 12 at 2:30PM


South Pointe High School

801 Neely Road, Rock Hill, SC 29730

South Pointe High School Showcases WORLD PREMIERE

December 6, 2013

South Pointe High School’s award winning drama teacher James Chrismon will direct the first ever stage performance of ALL THAT DRAMA the musical.

Jimmy comments, “I’m really looking forward to directing this fresh, new musical.  I’m honored to have been selected.  The music is really good and my students love their roles.  Plus, it’s the right message at the right time!”


Show Times:
January 9-11, 7PM
January 12, 2:30PM
South Pointe High School at 801 Neely Road, Rock Hill, SC 29730
Available only at door
Students $5, Adults $10

DeCarlo Delivers DRAMA

November 30, 2013

When co-creator Bruce McKagan introduced ALL THAT DRAMA the musical to friend and lead singer of BOSTON, Tommy DeCarlo was all in.  The two quickly picked out a character and song they felt Tommy could bring to life.  “Don’t Be A Dope” was the song, sung by a character in the musical named Blues Man Ben.  “Joe Carter recorded the instrumental track and we went over to Tommy’s studio to capture his vocals.  We’ve worked together on lots of recordings over the past 5 years.  He never ceases to amaze me.  Incredible voice and he absolutely nailed our tune!!”


As South Pointe High School students in Rock Hill, SC ready for the world premiere of ALL THAT DRAMA the musical, drama teacher James Chrismon’s selection for the character to play the role of Blue Man Ben has a high bar to reach.  But Tommy pipes in, “it’s a fun song to sing and whomever has the opportunity to sing it should simply have a good time.  That’s what I did.”


Click the icon to the left to hear Tommy singing “Don’t Be A Dope.”

Lead Roles Selected for ALL THAT DRAMA’s world premiere

October 20, 2013

After months of scouting and weeks of auditions, the lead roles of Amanda McCarthy (Kristi Swiger) and Whitney Charles (Latashianna Alexander) in ALL THAT DRAMA the musical have been finalized.


“I was extremely nervous… I mean I really connected with the role of Whitney and I love singing her songs, this is a dream come true!!” says Latashianna.  Kristi comments, “When Latashianna and I first sang the song HELLO we both knew we were made for these characters”.


Co-creator Bruce McKagan says, “Last summer Jimmy Chrismon, South Pointe High’s drama teacher, introduced me to a few students he felt could help with the recording of our reference tracks for the musical. As soon as I heard Latashianna and Kristi sing their first notes I knew we had our voices. I’m extremely happy the made Jimmy’s final cut.”


Click the icon to the left to listen to Latashianna and Kristi’s recording of HELLO.

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Don't Be a Dope

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