NOVEMBER 13 – DECEMBER 8, 2019

ME AND MY GIRL

Book and lyrics by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber
Book revised by Stephen Fry, with contributions by Mike Ockrent
Music by Noel Gay
Directed and Choreographed by Lee Ann Payne

Set in the late 1930s, this classic musical comedy tells the story of an unapologetically unrefined cockney named Bill Snibson, who learns he is the 14th heir to the Earl of Hareford when he is summoned to the late earl’s estate to assume his destiny as a nobleman. But Bill will have none of it, especially since it involves ditching the equally unrefined love of his life, Sally. Filled with memorable tunes like “The Lambeth Walk” and “The Sun Has Got His Hat On”, this energetic Tony Award winning musical ran for 3 years on Broadway and 8 years in the West End.


“A delight from start to finish…Ridiculously tuneful” – The Hollywood Reporter

 

Lee Ann Payne

Director /Choreographer

 

Katie Coleman

Music Director

 

Max Bennett-Parker

Musical Accompaniment

 

Kent Dorsey^

Scenic & Lighting Designer

 

B. Modern^

Costume Designer

 

John Koss

Sound Designer

 

Shaun Carroll

Properties Master

 

Steve Gerlach

Technical Director

 

Emerson Sanderson*

Stage Manager

 

Julie Bell Petrak*

Assistant Stage Manager

 

Jessica Carter

Wig/Hair Designer & Wardrobe Head

 

Ben Dorfan

Assistant Music Director

 

Audrey Rumsby

Dialect Coach

 

Caleb Levine

Costume Design Assistant

 

Tracy Martin

Wig/Hair Design Assistant & Wardrobe Crew

 

Mark Hoagland

Master Carpenter

 

Dan Garrett

Master Electrician

 

Rick Ortenblad

Scenic Artist

 

Norma Jean McGee & Tracy Todd

Costume Construction

 

Darwin Garrett, Alexander Garrett & Diana Garrett

Electricians

 

 


*Member, Actors Equity Association

^Member, United Scenic Artists

 

 

Shelby
Stewart


as Lady Jacqueline

 

 

Nicholas
Yenson
*


as Gerald Bolingbroke

 

 

Martin Rojas
Dietrich
*


as Herbert Parchester

 

 

Diana
Torres Koss
*


as Maria, Duchess of Dene

 

 

Christopher
Reber
*


as Sir John Tremayne

 

 

Nick
Nakashima
*


as Charles Hethersett, The Butler

 

 

Jerry
Lloyd


as Sir Jasper/Chef/Bartender/Constable

 

 

Shaun
Carroll
*


as Bill Snibson

 

 

Julie
James
*


as Sally Brown

 

 

Julia
Belanova


as Maid/May Miles/Pearly/Ancestor/Mail Boy

 

 

Marcus
Cato


as Stockbroker/Footman/Party Guest

 

 

Shannon
Cullem-Chipman


as Lady Worthington-Worthington/Ancestor

 

 

Lindsey
Duran


as Maid/Party Guest/Ancestor

 

 

Cheyenne
Loftus


as Maid/Pearly Queen/Ancestor

 

 

Lydia
Lyons
*


as Lady French/Saucy Girl/Duchess U/S

 

 

Jomar
Martinez


as Pearly King/Ancestor/Bob Barker

 

 

Jacqueline
Neeley


as Lady Damming/Pearly/Ancestor

 

 

Lee Ann
Payne
*


as Mrs. Brown/Lady Brighton

 

 

Sheila
Townsend
*


as Maid/Party Guest

 

       

 


*Member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.

 

 
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Me And My Girl (November 13 – December 8, 2019)

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The Beauty Queen Of Leenane (September 5 - 30, 2018)

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All My Sons (September 6 - October 1, 2017)

Sylvia (May 3 – 28, 2017)

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Complications From A Fall (April 23 - May 17, 2015)

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