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Chicago

November 19-22, 2008 at Imperial Theatre
by John Kander and Fred Ebb

"With the right song and dance, you can get away with murder."

As a jazz band plays a brief overture, we find out that Roxy Hart​ has just killed her former lover. Set in the roaring 20s, Chicago tells a delicious story of murder, intrigue and show business in a satirical look at corruption and criminal justice. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, Chicago combines spectacle and scintillation in a show it would be a crime to miss.

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Lisa Belyea: Velma Kelly
Katie Emrich: Roxie Hart
Doug Belding: Fred Casely
Matt Letson: Amos Hart
Anthony Stuart: Master of Ceremonies
Terri-Lynn Russell: Matron Mama Morton
Marissa Rignanesi: Liz
Candice MacLean: Annie
Leslie MacLeod: June
Kristi Neilsen: Hunyak
Kizzy Kaye: Mona
Blaine LeRoy: Billy Flynn
Dayna Van Doleweerd: Mary Sunshine
Amanda Higgins: Go-to-Hell Kitty

Production Team
Director: Stephen Tobias
Stage Manager: Sarah Dever
Assistant Stage Manager & Head of Properties: Nicole Slipp
Assistant Stage Manager & Head of Set Painting: Kiki Tanfara
Technical Director: Brian Goodwin
Sound: Malcolm Boyce
Musical Director: Richard Kidd
Choreographer: Jenn Mabey
Lighting Design: Darik Hatfield
Set Design: Brian Goodwin
Head of Set Construction: Les Terry
Costume Design: Brenda McLeese
Costume Coordinators: Theresa Prosper: Emily Skov-Nielsen
Hair Design: Woody Comeau

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Crimes Of The Heart

March 19-21, 2009 at Imperial Theatre
by Beth Henley

"There are plenty of good sane reasons to shoot another person and I'm sure that Babe had one."

The reunion of the three McGrath sisters in Hazlehurst, Mississippi is bittersweet. Lenny is still unmarried at 30, Meg is recovering from a failed singing career, and Babe is out on bail for shooting her husband. Rich in comedy and satire, Beth Henley’s play is a humorous examination of the sometimes frayed edges of sisterly bonds.

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Lindsay Bell: Lenny Magrath
Marissa Rignanesi: Chick Boyle
Jeff Smith: Doc Porter
Chelsea Cusack: Meg Magrath
Lesley MacLeod: Babe Botrelle
Keith Dickson: Barnette Lloyd
Production Team
Director: Sandra Donnelly
Stage Manager: Andrea Arbour
Assistant Stage Manager & Head of Properties: Lysbeth Larooi
Assistant Stage Manager: Vince Gregg
Technical Director: Brian Goodwin
Sound: Al Buck
Lighting Design: Darik Hatfield
Set Design: Brian Goodwin and Andrea Arbour
Head of Set Construction: Les Terry
Head of Set Painting: Chad Humphries
Costume Design: Jennifer Craft
Head of Make-Up: Lynda Stamers-Gaunce
Hair Stylist: Woody Comeau

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One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest

May 21-23, 2009 at Imperial Theatre
by Ken Kesey, adapted for stage by Dale Wasserman

"I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this."

Nurse Ratched rules even the smallest details of the lives of a ward of men in a mental institution. However, a new patient’s cocky challenge, “I’m thinkin’ a takin’ over this whole shebang,” ignites a power struggle that holds both the promise of freedom…and the threat of death.

Featuring
(In order of appearance)
Stephen Melanson: Chief Bromden
Vince Gregg: Aide Warren
Adam Rousselle: Aide Williams
Jo-Anne MacDonald: Nurse Ratched
Lisa Miller: Nurse Flinn
Jay Miller: Dale Harding
Jason Ogden: Billy Bibbit
Irwin Hornik: Frank Scanlon
Richard Roy: Charles Atkins Cheswick III
Brian Jennings: Anthony Martini
Mare Lewell: Nurse O’Hare
Tim Brewer: Ruckly
Gilbert Boyce: Fredericks
Peter Perry: Sefelt
David Hatfield: Col. Matterson
Tim Turnell: Randle P. McMurphy
Peter Gilchrist: Dr. Spivey
Peter Girouard: Aide Turkle
Andrea Arbour: Candy Starr
Heidi Patullo Bundschuh: Sandra
Production Team
Director: Bob Doherty
Stage Manager: Andrea Cunningham
Assistant Stage Manager & Head of Properties: Leslie Patterson
Assistant Stage Manager: Tina Fowler
Technical Director: Brian Goodwin
Sound Design: Blaine LeRoy
Sound Technician: Al Buck
Lighting Design: Darik Hatfield
Set Design: Patrick Clark
Head of Set Construction: Les Terry
Costume Design: Jennifer Craft
Head of Make-Up: Lynda Stamers-Gaunce
Hair Stylist: Woody Comeau

 

 

 

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