Make Your Audiences Happy (with) ‘Ever After’

 

Jeff Chambers' "Ever After" is a musical composition that is timeless yet modern. As a three-movement show, it lends itself beautifully to any narrative that has a beginning, middle and an end. If you're looking for a marching band production that's whimsical in nature and full of moments of tension, give "Ever After" a try.  This storybook production will have audience members of all ages feeling like they got the "Happy Ever After" ending they wanted.

"Actors and voice-overs can put your production over the top."

Feel free to give your auxiliary an integral role in your visual presentation. Or you may choose to portray characters from princesses to ordinary people. Unless, of course, one of your characters ends up hiding a secret! You may wish to incorporate other actors to enhance your story, and the addition of voice-overs would put your production over the top! Just don't forget backdrops or props to enhance the storyline and audience members' experiences.

All of the visual concepts of "Happy Ever After" can be revised to fit the specific needs of your marching band. Luckily, the show offers a wide variety of different musical moments and concepts that will work well with any theme or guard ideas you may have.

If you're looking for a real game-changer, end your search with an original music composition from Center X Productions. From musical phases to melodies that seem to rise up from the stadium floor, our music arrangements are sure to entertain audiences of any size. There aren't show concepts like these anywhere else! Plus, with our Ultimate Regional Protection, we guarantee your show will be a unique one in your competition region. 

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