Congratulations to the casts of our Spring Series shows!

Congratulations to the casts of our Spring Series shows!

The cast lists are out for our remaining three Wilde Broadway Series shows! CONGRATULATIONS to our casts and we hope you all will come see these amazing, talented and hard working performers in these stellar pieces of musical theatre! There’s still time to purchase our Spring Subscription (1 ticket to each of the following shows) for just $60. Call the Box Office at 941.365.2494 or visit us at the theatre.

Singin’ in the Rain
January 18 – Feb. 4, 2018

Set in Hollywood in the days of the silent screen, comes the mega-hit musical based on the 1952 classic film “Singin’ in the Rain”.  Escape to a different time with Don Lockwood, Cosmo Brown and Kathy Selden who will have you singing right along with this amazing score.  Featuring such classic as:  “Make’em Laugh,” “Good Mornin’” and “Singin’ in The Rain.”

Don Lockwood – Logan Junkins
Kathy Seldon – Jessie Tasetano
Cosmo Brown – Brian Finnerty
Lina Lamont – Vera Samuels
R.F. Simpson – Ken Junkins
Roscoe Dexter – Scott Ehrenpreis
Production Tenor – Rik Robertson
Zelda Zanders – Stacy Gilson
Male Diction Coach/J Cumberland Spendrill III – Bob Fahey
Dora Bailey – Peg Harvey
Miss Dinsmore – Becky Moran
Olga Mara – Kay Siebold
Mary Margaret – Allyson Robertson
Rod – Craig Engle
Sid Phillips – Patrick Wilson
Young Cosmo -Auggie Toynton
Young Don – Tyler Gevas

Sami Wilde, Kristina Marier, Siobhan Boyle, Sarah Baron, Annika Bush, Laura Swartzendruber, Elicia Sacco, Ali McManamy, Ricky Bizzaro, Max Vitkus, Nancy Creighton, Linda Roeming, Riselle Bain, Carson Maschmeier

Bullets Over Broadway
February 22 – March 11, 2018

Loaded with big laughs, colorful characters and the songs that made the ’20s roar, this show brings musical comedy back with a bang. Based on the screenplay of the acclaimed 1994 film by Woody Allen, this musical is a love letter to the Golden Age of Broadway. A straight-arrow playwright plans to stand firm against compromising his work but quickly abandons that stance when his producer finds a backer to mount his show on Broadway.

David Shayne – Mark Atheridge
Julian Marx – Thomas Roohr
Nick Valenti – Joe Giglia
Cheech – Chip Fisher
Warner Purcell – Tony Boothby
Helen Sinclair – Colleen Sudduth-Buchmeier
Olive Neal – Amanda Heisey
Ellen – Melissa Ingrisano
Eden Brent – Laura Bissell
Aldo – Tom Palazzo
Rocco – Patrick Tancey
Mitchell Sabine – Jay Bowman
Sheldon Flender – David Russell

Gayle Foster, Kelsey Azadian, Tammy Halsted, Cindy Schlotterback, Josh Devine, Kay Siebold, Nancy Creighton, Sami Blouin, Linda Roeming, Leah Woodsum, Olga Goncharova, Steve Bikfalvy, Kristy Lochead, Carrie McQueen, Alexandra Foster, Jolie Rand, Susie McIntosh, Lorraine Conlan, Jaimi McPeek

Funny Girl

March 29 – April 15, 2018

Fanny Brice is a nobody who dreams of being famous, and through sheer guts and determination, fulfills her dream and becomes a star of the Ziegfeld Follies. Set in New York City just prior to and following World War I, it’s the songs and story that generations have grown to love including: “People,” “I’m the Greatest Star” and “Don’t Rain on My Parade.”  The original cast recording was even inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame!

Fanny Brice – Vera Samuels
Mrs. Brice – Andrea Keddell
Nick Arnstein – Christopher  Kehoe
Mrs Strakosh – Sharon Bartley
Mrs Meeker – Ruth Shaulis
Mrs O’Malley – Peg Harvey
Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr. – Craig Engle
Tom Kenney – Peter Vallance
Emma – Stacy Gilson
Ziegfeld Tenor – Rik Robertson

Sarah Conte, Amanda Heisey, Kristina Marier Max Vitkus, Elicia Sacco, Ricky Bizzaro, Siobhan Boyle, Grace Lumpkin, Sami Wilde, Lori Iler, Sarah Baron, Linda Roeming


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