December 20, 2017: Sally Cade proudly produced a concert presentation of the new musical Cowboy Bob. Cowboy Bob was created by Molly Beach Murphy, Jeanna Phillips & Annie Tippe. The concert featured Starr Busby, Julie Foldesi, Jeanna Phillips, Alex Thrailkill, Peter Longofono, and Eric Farber. The musical tells the tale of Peggy Jo Tallas — a good neighbor, a good daughter, and a great bank robber. Disguised as a man in a fake beard and a ten-gallon hat, “Cowboy Bob” evaded detection for more than a decade. In a score that's equal parts Riot Grrrl rage and Texas two-step, the small-town legend inspires an assortment of competing wannabe rebels to claim her story as their own.
November 20, 2017: The cast of Anastasia heads to Herald Square to rehearse for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Be sure to catch them on Thanksgiving between 9 and 10am EST!
October 30, 2017: The Tom Kirdahy Productions reading series at the NYC LGBT Center (curated by Sally Cade) presented Le Switch in association with Doug Nevin and Preston Whiteway. Le Switch is by Phillip Dawkins and was directed by Stephen Brackett. The play was read by Tracee Chimo, Michael Hanna, Telly Leung, Denis O'Hare, Simone Recasner & Michael Urie. Casting by Rebecca Feldman.
September, 2017: Holmes Productions is excited to announce that they will be running the merchandise operations at Puffs beginning in September, 2017! Head on over to www.puffsmerch.com to take home a little of the magic.
August 2017: Sally Cade recently joined the producing team of the off-Broadway show Puffs (or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic). It is currently running at New World Stages!
November 10-13, 2016: Sally Cade traveled to Charleston, SC for the South Carolina Theatre Association Conference where she made the first keynote address and was inducted into the South Carolina Theatre Hall of Fame.
August 2016: Sally Cade launched Broadway for Hillary with co-organizers Rian Patrick Durham and Robb Nanus. Broadway for Hillary is a coalition within the Broadway community, both onstage and off, committed to getting Hillary Clinton elected as the next President of the United States.
July 18-21, 2016: Sally Cade line produced a workshop of Jiehae Park's play Hannah and the Dread Gazebo for Oregon Shakespeare Festival. OSF will produce the world premiere of the play in their 2017 season. The workshop was directed by Chay Yew.
May 5, 2016: Sally Cade, in association with Tom Kirdahy Productions, presented a reading of MJ Kaufman's Eat and You Belong to Us at the LGBT Community Center. The reading featured Arnie Burton, Cindy Cheung, David Greenspan, Miriam Hyman, Tom Phelan and Dale Soules. The event was directed by TKP's own Logan Reed.
April 26-30, 2016: The Hug the Lonely Cactus team traveled south to perform in the hometown of Laura and Sally Cade. Laura opened for the band Kopecky in a concert managed by dear friends and fellow alumni of St. Joseph's Catholic School.
April 14-18, 2016: Sally Cade produced a "textshop" of Shakespeare's THE TEMPEST as transcribed by Kenneth Cavander. This project is a part of Oregon Shakespeare Festival's Play On! initiative. Holmes Productions will be continuously working with OSF on their NYC readings and workshops.
April 5, 2016: ANASTASIA begins rehearsals at Hartford Stage Company. Sally Cade is a Co-Producer on this gorgeous production. Over 150 costumes (pictured to the left) are in the process of being built by at least 19 costume shops around the country.
March 7, 2016: The first performance of White Rabbit Red Rabbit. Sally Cade is collaborating with Maberry Theatricals to make the one-of-a-kind theatrical experiment happen. Every Monday night a different performer is handed the script for the first time as they step onto the stage. Performers include Nathan Lane, Whoopi Goldberg, Patrick Wilson, George Takei, and Wayne Brady among others! Performs at the Westside Theatre.