75TH ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTION OF OUR TOWN WILL STAR PAUL MICHAEL NIEMAN
*FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*
Shane Adams, Publicist
Photo of Paul Michael Nieman
*75TH ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTION OF OUR TOWN
WILL STAR SOCAL NATIVE, ACCLAIMED ACTOR AND FORMER SAN DIEGO DJ
PAUL MICHAEL NIEMAN*
June 11, 2013 – LOS ANGELES, CA – While casting is still underway for the 75
th Anniversary Production of OUR TOWN (Thornton Wilder’s timeless piece of
life in Grover’s Corners), award-winning actor and former San Diego DJ Paul
Michael Nieman has been cast to play the principal role of Stage Manager!
Paul has the distinction of being one of the original staff DJ’s for K-BEST
95FM that hit the San Diego air waves in 1978. At the time, he went by
Paul Diamond when San Diego had the 9th largest radio market in the U.S.
and Paul had the #1 rated show for women age 18-35.
PASSCAL (The Performing Arts Society of Southern California) in association
with All Seasons Theatre Company and The First Congregational Church of
Buena Park will produce a limited engagement of the classic play with
Americana music and original scoring composed by Jonathan Kupper.
Jonathan, who currently serves as Director of Music at the church was the
recipient of BMI Foundation's 15th Annual Pete Carpenter Fellowship for
aspiring film composers and has composed several works including an
original opera, *The Monkey’s Paw*. Patrick Riviere, who most recently
directed the acclaimed production of *The Last Days of Judas Iscariot* at
The Victory Theatre in Burbank, as well as the LA Premiere of PIE Story
Theatre at Casa 0101 Theater, will helm the production.
A limited run of six performances will be presented August 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 9
th, 10th and 11th at the church – 6633 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park, CA.
Tickets will be available through Brown Paper Tickets or can be purchased
at the door (cash only). http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/392243
*The Performing Arts Society of Southern California (PASSCAL) is an
artist-founded, artist-run organization that seeks to promote the
performing arts (theater, opera, and concerts) and increase accessibility
thereof by providing opportunities for SoCal audiences to enjoy such events
at an affordable rate. *