Stage Door Theatre presents BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO – Featuring the Music of Neil Sedaka July 6 – August 12

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Stage Door Theatre
present
s
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Featuring the Music of Neil Sedaka
July 6 – August 12

For Immediate Release
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244

June 18, 2018:

MARGATE, FL:  Stage Door Theatre’s final production in their long-time venue on Sample Road, Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, will open in Theatre 1 on July 6th and run through August 12th.   (The company’s next production, La Cage Aux Folles, will open in their new home at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center on August 31st.)

The sweetly comic story is that of Marge and Lois who arrive at ‘Esther’s Paradise Resort’ Labor Day weekend 1960 on a holiday that was intended to be Marge’s honeymoon — until the groom left her at the altar.  It is set to the music of pop icon Neil Sedaka, and the score showcases 18 Sedaka classics, including “Where the Boys Are”, “Sweet Sixteen”, “Calendar Girl”, “Love Will Keep Us Together”, and of course, the chart-topping title song. 

Lois attempts to console Marge by setting her up with the resort’s handsome, self-obsessed singer Del Delmonaco, but her plans backfire when Del mistakenly assumes that Marge’s father can further his ambitions to become the next teen heartthrob on American Bandstand. Gazing forlornly at Marge from the wings is geekish cabana boy and aspiring songwriter Gabe.  And in the meantime, when he isn’t entertaining guests with his comical Borscht Belt shtick, house comedian Harvey is secretly carrying a torch for widowed resort owner Ester, who is more preoccupied with keeping her hotel open.

Stage Door Producer Derrelle Bunn has called upon Jonathan Van Dyke to direct the production:

Jonathan Van Dyke

“As a long-time Neil Sedaka fan, I was thrilled to find out his music was the inspiration for a new musical comedy,” Van Dyke says. “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do is a terrific theatrical collaboration of story and music. It has plenty of laughs, but has its share of poignancy too, as Mr. Sedaka seems to have a song for every emotion.

“I have always been drawn to ensemble shows and this cast of six is tremendous,” he continues. I am so pleased to have been invited back to Stage Door to be a part of this, and to be working with Caryl Fantel, who will lead our band. This team has work to do, but I am so looking forward to taking our audiences on a trip back to 1960 and the Catskills to enjoy the timeless music of Neil Sedaka.”

The cast of Breaking Up Is Hard to Do consists of Molly Shippy as Marge, Leigh Green as Lois, Trenton Bainbridge as Gabe, Bruno Faria as Del Delmonaco, Gail Byer as Esther, and Michael Small as Harvey.

Van Dyke will also serve as the show’s Choreographer, and Caryl Fantel is the production’s Musical Director. Set and Lighting design are by Ardean Landhuis, Costumes are by Jerry Sturdefant, and Nancy Clay is the production’s Stage Manager.

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do will run from July 6 – August 12 at Stage Door Theatre. The theatre is located at 8036 Sample Road, in Margate (33065).  Tickets for Breaking Up is Hard to Do are $48. Group rates are available, as are student prices (with valid ID). Tickets may be purchased at the Broward Stage Door Theatre box office at 954-344-7765 or on line at www.stagedoorfl.org.

For more information about Breaking Up Is Hard to Do and/or Stage Door Theatre, please visit www.stagedoorfl.org, or contact Derelle Bunn Executive Producer/Artistic Director, at DerelleBunn@yahoo.com / 954-344-7765 or Carol Kassie (carol@carolkassie.com / 561-445-9244).
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Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
July 6 – August 12, 2018
Book by Ben H. Winters
Book by Erik Jackson
Music by Neil Sedaka
Lyrics by Howard Greenfield
Lyrics by Philip Cody
Tickets: $48
Tickets: 954-344-7765 / www.stagedoorfl.org
Tickets:  $48
Showtimes:
Wednesday, Saturday, & Sunday at 2 pm,
Friday & Saturday at 8 pm
Stage Door Theatre
8036 W Sample Rd Margate,
Fl 33065
www.stagedoorfl.org
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Stage Door Theatre presents FROM DOOR TO DOOR – May 25 – July 1

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Stage Door Theatre
present
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From Door to Door
May 25 – July 1

When a woman reflects on her past as a daughter, a wife, and a mother, who does she see?

For Immediate Release
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244


May 17, 2018:
MARGATE, FL: Stage Door Theatre will open James Sherman’s gentle comedy From Door to Door in the venue’s intimate Theatre 2 on May 25th. The production will run through July 1st.   A heartfelt tribute to American women of three generations, From Door to Door explores the influence culture and religion have in shaping life’s options.  

Even as Mary Goodman, a woman of the ‘greatest generation’ is mourning the loss of her husband, her daughter Deborah is encouraging her to end her period of mourning and move on with a new independence. In a series of scenes between Mary, Deborah, and Mary’s mother, Bessie, Mary reflects back on her life as a daughter, wife and mother. Three actresses play the three women over the course of sixty-five years, and as we see Mary’s life progress from childhood to matrimony to motherhood, we begin to understand how each successive generation of women lives up to the expectations of the past and makes brave new choices about the future.

James Sherman

Playwright James Sherman has penned numerous hit plays, several of which including Beau Jest and God of Isaac have enjoyed successful productions at Stage Door Theatre. Other Sherman plays include Mr. 80%, The Escape Artist, This Old Man Came Rolling Home, Jest A Second!, Romance in D, The Old Man’s Friend,  Affluenza!, Half and Half, Relatively Close, and Jacob and Jack.  However, Sherman has acknowledged From Door to Door is deeply personal: “There’s no secret this play is inspired by my mother,” he has said.  “I think all plays are autobiographical, the more I think about it. Edward Albee wrote Three Tall Women and those women were New England upper-class, like his family was. The women in my play are Jewish in Chicago because that’s where I was from.”

Director Michael Leeds has cast Marah Lieberman as Deborah, Ellen Murray as Mary, and Fern Katz as Bessie.  Katz and Murray are mother and daughter in ‘real life’, which Leeds believes will bring an added poignancy to the production.  And the similarities between the characters and their portrayers don’t end there:

Fern Katz

“Chicago is where I was born, raised, and married,” Katz reminisces. “Roosevelt Road, where my mother worked; Rogers Park and Skokie where my children were born and spent most of their childhoods; all the familiar streets and suburbs where family and friends still live, is a wonderful trip down memory lane.  Though my Bubbe (grandmother), my mother, and I may not exactly be Bessie, Mary, or Deborah, it is definitely part of who I am.  And sharing the stage with my daughter in this generational play is truly the icing on the cake, or as Bessie would say, ‘this is a wonderful thing.’”

Ellen Murray

“A Jewish mother and daughter from Chicago playing a Jewish mother and daughter from Chicago.” Ellen Murray says. “They lived in Skokie, we lived in Skokie.  The playwright said in an interview he remembers waiting in line to see “A Hard Day’s Night” at the Skokie Theatre.  I saw “Help” (and hundreds of other movies) at the Skokie Theatre. Bessie and Mary’s relationship is not like my mother’s and mine, but because I’m with her on stage, I’m home.”

From Door to Door will run from May 25 – July 1 at Stage Door Theatre. The theatre is located at 8036 Sample Road, in Margate (33065).  Tickets for From Door to Door are $48. Group rates are available, as are student prices (with valid ID). Tickets may be purchased at the Broward Stage Door Theatre box office at 954-344-7765 or on line at www.stagedoorfl.org.

For more information about From Door to Door and/or Stage Door Theatre, please visit www.stagedoorfl.org, or contact Derelle Bunn Executive Producer/Artistic Director, at DerelleBunn@yahoo.com / 954-344-7765 or Carol Kassie (carol@carolkassie.com / 561-445-9244).

Note: L’dor vador is Hebrew for ‘from generation to generation’.  It refers to continuity – to the responsibility of passing on spiritual knowledge and cultural traditions for the purpose of sustaining customs, heritage, and collective memory.

From Door to Door
May 25 – July 1, 2018
By James Sherman Tickets: $48
Tickets: 954-344-7765 / www.stagedoorfl.org
Wednesday, Saturday, & Sunday at 2 pm,
Friday & Saturday at 8 pm
Stage Door Theatre
8036 W Sample Rd Margate,
Fl 33065
www.stagedoorfl.org
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Critical Praise for From Door to Door:

“Hilarious and deeply moving” – New York Daily News

“A bittersweet comedy about the blessings and compromises that three generations of women encounter in their pursuit of love, faith and marriage.” – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“Because Sherman has all the details right, they hit home hard, and they touch us with their gentle, tried and true sentiment.” – Chicago Tribune

“Sherman’s women are Jews, but their trial and trails are universal.” – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Lightning Bolt Productions presents Stephen Sondheim’s INTO THE WOODS – June 8 – 17

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Lightning Bolt Productions
presents
Stephen Sondheim’s
Into the Woods
June 8 – June 17

What happens after ‘happily every after’?

For Immediate Release
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244

May 16, 2018
BOCA RATON, FL:   Into the Woods, the multi-award-winning (Tony Awards, Drama Desk Awards, Olivier Awards) musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, skillfully interweaves several classic fairy tales into one epic story that shows what happens when things get real in the fairy-tale world. Lightning Bolt Productions upcoming production of this acclaimed Broadway musical will run at the West Boca Performing Arts Center at West Boca High School* from June 8th through 17th

Sondheim and Lapine’s tale involves a baker and his wife who, unable to have the children they so badly desire, agree to complete a number of “errands” for a witch who promises to grant them their wish if they’re successful. During their journey, they encounter Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Cinderella and Jack (of Beanstalk notoriety) – each of whom has their own wish. All the storybook characters discover that wishes granted often come with a hefty price.

Jessie Hoffman, Lightning Bolt’s founder and Artistic Director, who recently directed the young company’s well received production of Young Frankenstein, will once again take on dual duties for the production –  as the show’s director, as well as the role of Cinderella:

Jessie Hoffman

“I was introduced to Into the Woods back in middle school,” Hoffman explains. “As part of our assignment for musical theater class to learn the job of a stage manager, we had to watch the professional video with the original Broadway cast, and correctly call the show for the entire opening number. The show instantly fascinated me; seeing just the opening number wasn’t enough, and so I found a copy of the video and watched the whole thing. I ended up watching that video a million times. I had every role memorized.

“I quickly noticed (as is the case with many shows by Stephen Sondheim) that when it came to Into the Woods people either loved it or hated it, there was no in-between. I could never understand why. It was such a beautiful show with an incredible message and an engaging story. How could anyone listen to those lyrics, hear the meaning behind them, and not love this musical? Years later, when I was 18, I was fortunate enough to be cast in Into the Woods as Little Red – it was an amazing experience.

“Over the years, I’ve continued to see other productions done by various theater companies, and it’s always done so well, but it’s always done the same way”, Hoffman says. “I had never seen the show looked at from another perspective until I stumbled across some clips from a production done in Regent’s Park back in 2010 and it opened my eyes to the show in a whole new way. This production was so different, so unique, modernized yet true to what the show has always been. The heart of it was still there, but it was new and exciting.

“Seeing clips from that production inspired me and brought back the love I’ve always had for this show in an entirely new way,” she continues. “I decided in that moment I was going to put on a production of Into the Woods that was closer to that version, while making it my own and adding my own heart to it. My goal is for people who have seen the show as many times as I have to see it in an entirely new light, and for people who have never seen the show before to fall in love with it the same way I did when I was 12 years old.

“This show literally has a character for everyone, someone each person in that audience can find themselves in and relate to. Sure, it’s a story about a bunch of fairy tale characters with magical powers and beanstalks to climb but if anything, these characters are more real than any you’d find in any other musical.

“Everyone has their own “wolf” that crosses their path at some point in their life. Everyone dreams of things that aren’t quite what they thought they’d be once that wish actually comes true and realizes that maybe something in-between their life before that wish and their life after is what will truly bring them happiness. Everyone experiences loss, but everyone also learns that truly, no one is alone… even if you feel like you are. Everyone has that moment in their life where they learn that “nice” is different than “good” and sometimes things aren’t always what they seem, and sometimes people aren’t always what they seem, but these are all just lessons that help you the next time life sends you into the woods. It’s not what you go through in life that shapes who you are, it’s how you choose handle it, it’s realizing there truly is “more to learn of what you know”, and finding the courage inside yourself to always be ready for the next journey. I hope that through my direction of this show, each audience member can find their moment in the woods that they connect to.”

Along with Hoffman as Cinderella, Lightning Bolt’s Into the Woods cast includes Giustino Garcia (The Narrator), Renee Elizabeth Turner (The Witch), Maxwell Miller (The Baker), Savannah Marino (The Baker’s Wife), Sarah Rose Knoche (Little Red Riding Hood), Aaron Bravo (Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf), Murphy Hayes (The Mysterious Man), Elijah R. Pearson-Martinez (Jack), Jessica McFadden (Jack’s Mother),Joel Iglesia (Rapunzel’s Prince), Irma Gloria (Rapunzel/Cinderella’s Mother); Myria Jean Baum (Stepmother/Granny), Victoria Kuhns (Florinda), Shannon Motherwell (Lucinda), and Sven Ballarte (The Steward).

Phil Hinton will provide Musical Direction for Into the Woods, and Michael Biggs will serve as the show’s Choreographer and Stage Manager.  Assistant Stage Manager (and House Manager) is Cheryl Crout; Sound Design is by Traci Watkins, Costume and Prop Design is by Myria Jean Baum.  Set Design is by Jessie Hoffman; Set Construction is by Mike Versetti, and Tech is by Jonathan Cabrera and the West Boca Performing Arts Tech Crew. Lance Blank is the Theatre Manager.

Tickets for Into the Woods are on sale now and can be purchased on line at www.lbptheatre.com or by phone at 561-886-8286.  Tickets are $35; student tickets ($20 with valid ID) are also available.

For more information about Jessie Hoffman, Lightning Bolt Productions, and/or Into the Woods, please contact Carol Kassie at Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244.

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Into the Woods
Book by James Lapine
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
June 8 – June 17
Tickets:  $35
Students/Seniors (with valid ID) $20
For tickets:  www.lbptheatre.com / 561-886-8286
Performances:
Friday, June 8 at 7 pm
Saturday, June 9 at 7 pm
Sunday, June 10 at 2 pm
Friday, June 15 at 7 pm
Saturday, June 16 at 7 pm
Sunday, June 17 at 2 pm

All performances at
West Boca Performing Arts Center at West Boca High School
12811 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL  33498
www.lbptheatre.com
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*Disclaimer: Lightning Bolt Productions (“LBP”) is not affiliated with or endorsed by the School Board of Palm Beach County or West Boca High School (“WBHS”) and the events/activities hosted by Lightning Bolt Productions on West Boca High School’s premises pursuant to a lease agreement shall not be construed as being conducted, funded, hosted, or sponsored by the School Board or West Boca High School on behalf of Lightning Bolt Productions.  The School Board and West Boca High School undertake no responsibility for supervising or monitoring Lightning Bolt Productions’ events/activities and will not be liable for any and all actions of Lightning Bolt Productions on West Boca High School’s premises.

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Stage Door Theatre Presents VICTOR/VICTORIA – May 4 – June 10

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Stage Door Theatre
presents
Victor/Victoria
May 4 – June 10

For Immediate Release
Contact: Derelle Bunn
DerelleBunn@yahoo.com /954-344-7765
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com  / 561-445-9244

April 27, 2018

MARGATE, FL:  Comedy, romance, and music.  Set this delightful combination together in the stylish Parisian nightlife of the 1930s and ‘voila’ – you have the sophisticated and appealing musical Victor/Victoria, which will open on May 4th and run through June 10th in Stage Door Theatre’s Theatre One.

Victoria Grant is a penniless soprano, totally down on her luck when she meets Carroll Todd (Toddy), who takes her under his wing and offers her shelter on a wet, wintry night.  Toddy, who is also unemployed, comes up with what he considers an inspired idea:  with him as her manager, Victoria will pretend to be a man, and get a job singing as a female impersonator.  It all goes according to plan until Chicago ‘business man’ King Marchan arrives on the scene and finds himself attracted to ‘Count Victor Grazinski’.

Based on the 1982 award-winning film of the same name, Victor/Victoria is funny, provocative, and entertaining, and in many ways as relevant today as it was over 30 years ago.  Although light in spirit, it highlights the need for acceptance of individual differences, and the right of anyone to love whomever they choose.

“This show is one I’ve always wanted to do,” says Victor/Victoria’s director, Kevin Black.  “It’s funny, it’s jazzy, it’s got music by the great Henry Mancini, it’s set in Paris… what more could you ask!?  The characters are not just one-dimensional,” he continues, “And some of the situations are absolutely hilarious.  It’s been great fun to stage this one, and I know our audiences are going to enjoy seeing it as much as I’ve enjoyed directing it.”

Black has cast Dalia Aleman, who recently wowed audiences with her lovely soprano in Stage Door’s Carbonell recommended Nice Work If You Can Get It to play the title character(s).  She will be joined by Larry Buzzeo as Toddy, James Skiba as King Marchan, Troy Stanley as Squash Bernstein, Ashley Rubin as Norma Cassidy, Kevin Reilly as Sal Andretti, Mike Cartwright as Andre Cassell, and Michael Schneider as Henri Labisse.  Other cast members include Jerel Brown, Carly Dorman, Jonathan Eisele, Luis Gomez, Barry Kramer, Natalie McPherson, Cat Pagano, Elissa Solomon, Phyllis Spear, and Alexandra Van Hasselt.

Victor/Victoria’s Musical Direction is by David Nagy; Choreography is by Danny Durr. Lighting Design is by Dean Landuis, Costume Design is by Jerry Sturdefant, Set Design is by Stage Door Scenic, and the Props Designer/Set Dresser is Jameelah Bailey. The production’s Operations and Technical Director is Paul O’Donnell and the Production Stage Manager is Nancy Clay.

Victor/Victoria will run from May 4 – June 10 at Stage Door Theatre. The theatre is located at 8036 Sample Road, in Margate (33065).  Tickets for Victor/Victoria are $48. Group rates are available, as are student prices (with valid ID). Tickets may be purchased at the Broward Stage Door Theatre box office at 954-344-7765 or on line at https://www.stagedoorfl.org.

For more information about Victor/Victoria and/or Stage Door Theatre, please visit www.stagedoorfl.org, or contact Derelle Bunn Executive Producer/Artistic Director, at DerelleBunn@yahoo.com / 954-344-7765 or Carol Kassie (carol@carolkassie.com / 561-445-9244).

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Victor/Victoria
May 4 – June 7, 2018
Book by Blake Edwards
Music by Henry Mancini
Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
Additional Music by Frank Wildhorn
Tickets:  $48
Tickets:  954-344-7765 / www.stagedoorfl.org
Showtimes:
Wednesday, Saturday, & Sunday at 2 pm,
Friday & Saturday at 8 pm
Stage Door Theatre
8036 W Sample Rd
Margate, Fl 33065
www.stagedoorfl.org
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Lightning Bolt Productions presents YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN – THE MEL BROOKS MUSICAL – April 13 – 22

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Lightning Bolt Productions
presents
Young Frankenstein – The Mel Brooks Musical
April 13 – 22

For Immediate Release
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com /561-445-9244

April 5, 2018

BOCA RATON, FL:  Lightning Bolt Productions’ Young Frankenstein – The Mel Brooks Musical will open at the West Boca Performing Arts Center at West Boca High School* on April 13th, and run through April 22nd.

A wickedly inspired re-imagining of the Frankenstein legend, Mel Brooks’ comedy masterpiece follows bright young Dr. Frankenstein (that’s Fronkensteen!) as he attempts to complete his grandfather’s masterwork and bring a corpse to life. Together with his oddly shaped and endearing helper Igor (that’s Eye-gor), his curvaceous lab assistant Inga, and in spite of his incredibly self-involved madcap fiancé Elizabeth, Frankenstein succeeds in creating a monster — but not without scary and quite often hilarious complications.

Young Frankenstein was Mel Brooks’ follow-up to his hit musical The Producers, and audience reaction to the production was consistently positive, much to his delight: “I love what they do,” Brooks said in an interview shortly after the show opened. “The audience knows Young Frankenstein the movie; they didn’t know The Producers. They all neigh when anyone on stage says “Frau Blucher”. And they can’t wait for the Blind Hermit to spill the hot soup on the monster’s lap. It’s great to see the audience play ping-pong with the actors.”

Jessie Hoffman

Lightning Bolt founder, and the show’s director Jessie Hoffman has drawn upon a special piece of the film’s history to inspire and inform her directorial choices: “I think it’s safe to say that everyone has a special place in their heart for Gene Wilder,” she explains. “Throughout the filming process of Young Frankenstein he and Mel Brooks only had one disagreement, which would probably shock most fans of the movie. Mel Brooks strongly disliked Wilder’s idea to include a scene where Fredrick Frankenstein performed “Puttin’ On The Ritz” with the monster. Of course, once the scene was done, Brooks admitted that he’d been wrong and stated that it was the best thing in the movie.

“As a director, it’s my job to find the difficult balance of staying true to what the piece is meant to be, while making it my own,” she continues. “Because of this, Young Frankenstein might very well be the most difficult show I’ve ever directed, but also, the most rewarding. If I can learn anything from this production, it’s to trust my instincts, my ideas, and myself no matter what others say. To trust my humor and my creativity, because if Gene hadn’t trusted his, one of the most beloved, hilarious, and iconic moments of this film wouldn’t exist. It’s truly amazing how something that can bring such laughter, joy, and amusement to so many people can also teach such an important life lesson, and I’m truly grateful to Gene Wilder for helping me learn that.”

Nicole Stav

Lightning Bolt has enlisted Nicole Stav to help shepherd the fledgling theatre company’s show onto the stage – she will serve as the production’s Stage Manager, and has designed many aspects of the show including the Set, Lighting, Costume, and Props: “I’m truly excited to be able to blend my passion for theatre with my skills in business management,” she says. “It’s not very often that we get to do what we love, but when you do, it never really feels like work. Spearheading this new production company has been rewarding in so many ways, and the relationships we’re forming within the South Florida Theatre Industry are invaluable, to say the very least. Managing such a large cast while simultaneously taking care of props, costumes, lighting design, and set design has been challenging; however, I feel that the hard work we’ve put in will be so obvious once everyone sees the show!”

Young Frankenstein cast members include Max Miller (Frederick Frankenstein), Jonathan Cabrera (Igor), Jessie Hoffman (Inga), Josh Nelson (The Creature), Eileen Flanagan Parente (Frau Blucher), Taryn Bagdasarian (Elizabeth), Larry Bresslerr (Inspector Kemp), and Murphy Hayes (The Hermit, etc.).  Also cast are Michael Reizburg, Ravelle Miller, Victoria Kuhns, Angela Moormann-Davis, Valerie Bressler, Aaron Bravo, and Christian Matthiesen.

The show’s Musical Director is Angela Moormann-Davis; Choreography is by Taryn Bagdasarian.

Tickets for Young Frankenstein The Mel Brooks Musical are on sale now and can be purchased on line at www.lbptheatre.com or by phone at 561-886-8286.  Tickets are $35.  Group rates (6 or more tickets purchased in one transaction) are $28, and student tickets ($20 with valid ID) are also available.

For more information about Jessie Hoffman, Lightning Bolt Productions, and/or Young Frankenstein, please contact Carol Kassie at Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244.

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Young Frankenstein – The Mel Brooks Musical
Book by Mel Brooks
Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks
Book by Thomas Meehan
April 13 – 22
Tickets: $35 (Student & Group Rates available)
For Tickets:  www.lbptheatre.com / 561-886-8286
Performance Schedule:
Friday and Saturday at 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm

All performances at
West Boca Performing Arts Center at West Boca High School
12811 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL  33498
www.lbptheatre.com
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*Disclaimer: Lightning Bolt Productions (“LBP”) is not affiliated with or endorsed by the School Board of Palm Beach County or West Boca High School (“WBHS”) and the events/activities hosted by Lightning Bolt Productions on West Boca High School’s premises pursuant to a lease agreement shall not be construed as being conducted, funded, hosted, or sponsored by the School Board or West Boca High School on behalf of Lightning Bolt Productions.  The School Board and West Boca High School undertake no responsibility for supervising or monitoring Lightning Bolt Productions’ events/activities and will not be liable for any and all actions of Lightning Bolt Productions on West Boca High School’s premises.

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Rome Saladino Salutes Michael Bublé in FEELIN’ GOOD – April 20th at the Boca Black Box Center for the Arts

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Rome Saladino Salutes
Michael Bublé in
Feelin’ Good
at
The Boca Black Box Center for the Arts
Friday, April 20

For Immediate Release
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244

April 3, 2018

BOCA RATON, FL:  Multi-talented singer/dancer/actor/choreographer Rome Saladino will celebrate the stylings of Grammy and Juno Award-winner Michael Bublé when he brings his newest production Feelin’ Good – A Tribute to Michael Bublé to the Boca Black Box Center for the Arts on April 20th at 8 pm.

Saladino will sing the songs that made the popular singer-songwriter a world-renowned phenomenon.  He will be accompanied by a seven-piece band, several talented dancers, and special guest star Sarah Amanguel.

Inspired by Bublé’s Jazzy Big Band style, Saladino will perform the hits that put the Canadian superstar on the charts –“Haven’t Met You Yet”, “Everything”, and “Home”, and will channel ‘Frank, Dean, Ray, and Ella’ with classics such as “Feeling Good”, “Come Fly With Me”, “Cry Me a River”, and “Sway. The evening will also include covers of The Beatles, The Eagles, Otis Redding, and Queen.  “It will,” says Saladino, “be an evening of some of the greatest music ever written, with the coolest new arrangements!”

Rome Saladino was born and raised in Miami, Florida.  His extensive theatrical career – he has a bachelor’s degree in theatre from Florida Atlantic University –  has included such roles as Curly in Oklahoma, John the Baptist in Godspell, Caleb in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and Charles Dalrymple in Brigadoon.  He has also appeared in Annie, A Chorus Line, Camelot, Fiddler on the Roof, and West Side Story, and he was one of the leads in Encore!  The American Theatre in Tokyo Disney, Japan.  During his ballet career he performed with the Sacramento Ballet, Icelandic Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre.  Rome appeared on the Discovery Channel during Shark Week playing the role of Ian in an Australian shark attack reenactment, and in the film, “Catch Me If You Can”, where he played an FBI Agent next to Tom Hanks. He recently self-produced, directed and starred in Singin’ and Dancin’ in the Rain, a song and dance revue honoring the career highlights of Hollywood legend Gene Kelly, and Gotta Dance, a celebration of the Great American Songbook and the Hollywood movie musical.

Sarah Amengual began performing at age 5.  After she was bitten by the theatre bug she began performing professionally in theatre, film, voice over, and commercials.  She received her BFA from the University of Miami and moved directly from university to New York City to take over the role of Maria in the Broadway production of West Side Story.  She has worked alongside such legends as Meryl Streep, James Earl Jones, Annette Benning, Alec Baldwin and Brian Dennehy.

Tickets for Feelin’ Good – A Tribute to Michael Bublé are $40 (VIP) or $30, and on sale now and can be purchased by phone at 561-483-9036, or click HERE to purchase tickets on line.  The Boca Black Box Center for the Arts is located at 8221 Glades Road (#10), in Boca Raton (33434).

For more information about Rome Saladino and/or Feelin’ Good – A Tribute to Michael Bublé please contact Carol Kassie at Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244.

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Feelin’ Good – A Tribute to Michael Bublé
Created, directed, and choreographed by Rome Saladino
April 20, 2018 at 8 pm
Tickets: $30 and $40 (VIP)
For tickets:  561-483-9036 / www.bocablackbox.com/
Boca Black Box Center for the Arts
8221 Glades Road, #10
Boca Raton, FL  33434
www.bocablackbox.com
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Stage Door Theatre presents The World Premiere of Kevin Black’s TIME STEP – March 30 – May 6

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Stage Door Theatre
presents
The World Premiere of
Kevin Black’s
Time Step
March 30 – May 6

Tap Dance is like Morse Code for the soul…

For Immediate Release
Contact: Derelle Bunn
DerelleBunn@yahoo.com /954-344-7765
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com  / 561-445-9244

March 23, 2018

MARGATE, FL:  Time Step, award-winning Director/Choreographer Kevin Black’s newest creation, will have its World Premiere at Broward Stage Door Theatre on March 30th.  Black, along with Musical Director Ben Bagby have combined their talents to celebrate a unique American dance phenomenon. The production will run through May 6th.

The origins of the Time Step – that unmistakeable rhythmic tap combination – can be traced back to the Vaudeville era in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  Dancers would repeat a ‘time step’, usually for six measures of music, and then perform two measures of improvised steps choreographed in the moment to set the pace of the music. A true mix of European Jig, Reel Steps, Clog, and African Rhythms, often spontaneously combined, this improvisation created an exciting new dance style. It was, some say, the creation of tap in America as a theatrical art form.  The Time Step reached a peak in popularity in the 1920s and 1930s, when tap dancers began performing with large orchestras and needed a way to communicate tempo to the musicians. 

Kevin Black, whose creativity seems to know no bounds, has created a brand-new show featuring the Time Step, along with other forms of dance including Irish Celtic, Flamenco, Stomp, and Clogging.   The production will also feature numbers from the classic Broadway tap shows 42nd Street and Crazy For You, as well as tributes to Big Band Jazz performers such as The Nicholas Brothers, Swing Music, and Sing, Sing, Sing.

“This production is a true collaboration,” Black explained recently. “Along with our amazing Musical Director and Arranger Ben Bagby, I have a cast and crew that has contributed so much to the show’s development.  Our choreography is most definitely a result of incredible teamwork – Allison C. Scott, Sebastian Goldberg, Ashley Bachner, McKayla Cephas, and Alessandra Torres have all poured their creativity, talent, and expertise into this show.  It’s a true labor of love, and I know our Stage Door audiences are in for a treat.”

Black has assembled a multi-talented dream team to showcase the project.  Along with participating choreographers Sebastian Goldberg and Allison C. Scott, he has cast Ariel Siedman-Wright, MacKenzie Cutcliffe, Nathaniel J. Washington, and Stephen Potter to interpret everything from Flamenco to Stomp.  They will be joined by vocalists Sandra Marante and Matt Staley.  Staley and fellow cast member Ariel Siedman-Wright will accompany the Celtic and Western sections of the production on acoustic guitar and fiddle.

Time Step’s Set and Lighting Design is by Paul O’Donnell, who will also serve as the show’s Technical Director.   Costume Design is by Jerry Sturdefant, and Jose-Luis Ramos, the production’s Stage Manager, will run the show’s sound, lights, and projections: “One man in the booth!” Black exclaims.

Kevin Black

Kevin Black is the owner of Kevin Black Productions, a global company providing entertainment to cruise lines, corporate events, resorts, musical theater productions and tours. Kevin’s extensive cruise line work includes costume design, choreography, production, and direction on Norwegian, Saga, Royal Caribbean and Asuka Cruise Lines. Corporate clients include HP, Motorola, Muvico, and Giorgio Armani; tours include original works – Cirque style shows, as well as musical theater productions including La Cage Aux Folles, The Jazz Singer, Smokey Joe’s Café, Funny Girl, Victor/Victoria, Cabaret, and Dreamgirls. Kevin’s work can currently be seen at the Villa de Palmar Resorts in Cabo, Mexico. His most recent work includes Laffing Matterz at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts; 8 Track, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change and Rags at The Plaza Theatre in Manalapan, Florida; What’s New Pussycat?, On The Radio, A Chorus Line, Promises, Promises, Pompadour, Evita, Tickling the Ivories, and Imagine, and Carbonell recommend Swing, Swing, Swing and Soul of Motor City at The Stage Door Theatre in Margate, Florida. He also recently directed and choreographed Spamalot, Tommy, The Rocky Horror Show, and Into The Woods for Entr’Acte Theatrix performing at The Crest Theatre in Delray Beach, Florida. Kevin is also the producer, director and choreographer of an original children’s show, The Adventures of Bella & Harry, and the Artistic Director for CAST (Career in the Arts, School of Talent) located in Cooper City, Florida.

Ben Bagby

Ben Bagby was in the Original Broadway Cast of My One & Only and in the First National Tour of Dreamgirls. He is also a featured dancer in the “Blues Brother’s Movie” and in the Movie “Eddie” starring Whoopi Goldberg. Choreography credits include television commercials for Levi’s 501 Jeans, Harrah’s Casino, and Mazda. He has performed on cruise ships for Royal Caribbean and Carnival, and in local productions of Aida, Chicago, Spelling Bee, Hairspray, The Life, Smokey Joe’s Café, and West Side Story. He has recorded vocals for several indie record labels and is an acting and voice coach when he’s not performing.

Time Step will run from March 30 – May 6 at Stage Door Theatre. The theatre is located at 8036 Sample Road, in Margate.  Tickets for Time Step are $48. Group rates are available, as are student prices (with valid ID). Tickets may be purchased at the Broward Stage Door Theatre box office at 954-344-7765 or on line at www.stagedoorfl.org.

For more information about Time Step and/or Stage Door Theatre, please visit www.stagedoorfl.org, or contact Derelle Bunn Executive Producer/Artistic Director, at DerelleBunn@yahoo.com / 954-344-7765 or Carol Kassie (carol@carolkassie.com / 561-445-9244).

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Time Step
March 30 – May 6, 2018
Conceived and Directed by Kevin Black
Musical Direction by Ben Bagby
Tickets:  $48
Tickets:  954-344-7765 / www.stagedoorfl.org
Showtimes:
Wednesday, Saturday, & Sunday at 2 pm,
Friday & Saturday at 8 pm
Stage Door Theatre
8036 W Sample Rd
Margate, Fl 33065
www.stagedoorfl.org
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Lightning Bolt Productions Presents YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN – THE MEL BROOKS MUSICAL – April 13 – 22

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Boca Raton’s Newest Theatre Company
Lightning Bolt Productions
Begins Rehearsals for its Second Production
Young Frankenstein – The Mel Brooks Musical
 April 13 – 22

For Immediate Release
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com  / 561-445-9244

March 6, 2018

BOCA RATON, FL:  Lightning Bolt Productions burst onto the Boca Raton theatre scene last August with their well-received production of The Addams Family at the Boca Black Box Center for the Arts.  The success of the fledgling company’s first effort encouraged the company’s young founder Jessie Hoffman, to ‘bump it up a level’: their next production, Young Frankenstein – The Mel Brooks Musical, will open on April 13th at West Boca Performing Arts Center at West Boca High School*.  The show will run through April 22nd

Jessie Hoffman

Hoffman, who has already amassed an impressive list of theatrical credits at age 27, will direct the production.  She is enthusiastic – and very serious about her theatre company. “I want to bring more professional theatre to Boca Raton,” she explains.  “I want to give young, up and coming local professional and soon to be professional actors a chance to show what they can do, and to show local audiences they don’t have to go far to see excellent theatre – it’s right here in their own back yard.”

Jessie Hoffman as Wednesday Addams

Jessie Hoffman grew up in Boca Raton.  She attended Dreyfoos School of the Arts and is a graduate of Boca Raton High School. She also completed studies at the New York Film Academy in New York, NY majoring in their Musical Theater program. Jessie has won singing and acting competitions from Florida to New Mexico and has performed and worked with various celebrities including Pat Cooper and Pete Barbutti. One of her proudest moments was being chosen as a “long lost member of The Addams Family” by the original Broadway cast of The Addams Family, which included such stars as Nathan Lane, Bebe Neuwirth, Kevin Chamberlin, Krysta Rodriguez, and Wesley Taylor.

Jessie has had leading and supporting roles in many productions including the Off Broadway hit The Fantasticks, The Wizard of Oz, The Addams Family, Reefer Madness, Next to Normal, The Sound of Music, Into the Woods, RENT, Spring Awakening, Footloose, Gypsy, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, and 13 the Musical. As a director she has worked on such shows as Annie, The Addams Family, Young Frankenstein, 13 the Musical, Peter Pan, The Wizard of Oz, Alice In Wonderland, Seussical, Willy Wonka, and many musical revues she wrote and put together herself.  Jessie has also worked and directed at Children’s Theaters and camps for over eight years and enjoys nothing more than sharing her love of theater with kids of all ages.

Hoffman is already hard at work directing the cast of Young Frankenstein – several of whom are Addams Family returns including Jonathan Cabrera who will play Igor, and Max Miller who will play Frederick Frankenstein. Jessie herself will play Inga.  The young dynamo has no qualms about handling the double-duty roles of directing and acting.  “I played Wednesday in The Addams Family, she says, “and it worked out really well… no problem at all!”

When asked how she came up with the name ‘Lightning Bolt Productions’, Hoffman is eager to explain: “Growing up, all the stories that had a major impact on me in a positive way had something to do with lightning,” she says. “Whether it was Harry Potter, The Flash, Struck By Lightning, and even a character’s costume in a Youtube series created by Thomas Sanders… these were the stories that inspired me, and I want the shows that my company puts on to give the audience that same inspired and positive feeling that those books, movies, and series gave me.”

Tickets for Young Frankenstein – The Mel Brooks Musical are on sale now and can be purchased on line at www.lbptheatre.com or by phone at 561-886-8286.  Tickets are $35.  Group rates (6 or more tickets purchased in one transaction) are $28, and student tickets ($20 with valid ID) are also available.

For more information about Jessie Hoffman, Lightning Bolt Productions, and/or Young Frankenstein, please contact Carol Kassie at Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244.

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Young Frankenstein – The Mel Brooks Musical
Book by Mel Brooks
Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks
Book by Thomas Meehan
April 13 – 22
Tickets: $35 (Student & Group Rates available)
For tickets:  www.lbptheatre.com561-886-8286
Performance Schedule:
Friday and Saturday at 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm

All performances at
West Boca Performing Arts Center at West Boca High School
12811 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL  33498
www.lbptheatre.com
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*Disclaimer: Lightning Bolt Productions (“LBP”) is not affiliated with or endorsed by the School Board of Palm Beach County or West Boca High School (“WBHS”) and the events/activities hosted by Lightning Bolt Productions on West Boca High School’s premises pursuant to a lease agreement shall not be construed as being conducted, funded, hosted, or sponsored by the School Board or West Boca High School on behalf of Lightning Bolt Productions.  The School Board and West Boca High School undertake no responsibility for supervising or monitoring Lightning Bolt Productions’ events/activities and will not be liable for any and all actions of Lightning Bolt Productions on West Boca High School’s premises.

Pigs Do Fly Productions presents the Southeastern Premiere of THE LADIES FOURSOME

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Pigs Do Fly Productions
Presents
The Southeastern Premiere of
The Ladies Foursome
March 22 – April 8
(Preview performance March 21)

“Norm Foster’s hit comedy The Ladies Foursome is a fun-filled romp from beginning to end…”  Joe Belanger ~ The London Free Press

For Immediate Release
Contact:  Carol Kassie
carol@carolkassie.com / 561-445-9244

March 5, 2018
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL:   It’s the day after the funeral, and three women gather for a round of golf in honor of their recently departed play partner.  A mysterious fourth joins them, and so begins a raucous and rowdy 18 holes filled with secrets, surprises, confessions… and sex.  Pigs Do Fly Productions will present award-winning Canadian playwright Norm Foster’s The Ladies Foursome from March 22nd – April 8th at Empire Stage in Fort Lauderdale.  There will be a preview performance at 8 pm on March 21st.

The production will be directed by Genie Croft: “Welcome to the Southeastern premiere of The Ladies Foursome, a witty insightful comedy following four women as they navigate the ups and downs of life on the links,” she enthuses.  The fun starts at the first tee when golfer Tate starts stretching to “loosen up” and Margot does the same by cracking open a beer! 

“These four women have played golf together every week for 14 years, and they believe this is the perfect way to honor their friend,” she explains. “Each one of the foursome has her secrets – some have been taken to the grave, and others are revealed in moments of anger, jealously, drunkenness, and guilt.  As they play the links, confessions about men, sex, love, children, and careers come to the fore as they challenge each other’s views.  The Ladies Foursome is a tribute to the pitfalls and pleasures of friendships and their lasting significance in our lives.”

Croft has cast Janice Hamilton, Deborah Kondelik, Jacquie Laggy, and Elissa Solomon to portray her swinging foursome.

The Ladies Foursome is so fascinating that I can hardly wait to see the production open myself!” says Pigs Do Fly Productions founder and Executive Producer Ellen Wacher.  “It shows exactly what Pigs Do Fly stands for – people over 50 doing interesting things with their lives.  And our director Genie Croft has created a fabulous show with this foursome.”

Norm Foster is considered to be Canada’s most produced playwright. He discovered his talents as a playwright in Fredericton, New Brunswick, while he was working as host of a popular morning radio show. He accompanied a friend to an audition, and landed his first acting job, as Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey, without ever having even seeing a play. Intrigued with the theatre, he set his pen to paper and wrote his first play titled Sinners.

An extremely prolific writer, Foster has had more than fifty plays produced on professional stages around the world. Other well-known plays include The Love ListThe Long WeekendBedtime StoriesKiss the Moon, Kiss the SunStorm WarningSkin FlickOutlawHilda’s YardOn A First Name BasisOld LoveMending Fences and Here on the Flight Path. Frequently compared to American playwright Neil Simon, Foster pens plays that are known for their humor, accessibility, and insight into the everyday tribulations of life.

Tickets for The Ladies Foursome are $39 and are available on line at www.pigsdoflyproductions.com  or by calling 866-811-4111.  Performances are on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 pm, and on Sunday at 5 pm. All performances will take place at Empire Stage, 1140 N. Flagler Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

For more information about Pigs Do Fly Productions, please visit www.pigsdoflyproductions.com.   For more information about Ellen Wacher, please visit www.ellenwacher.com.  To arrange for interviews, or for photos, please contact Carol Kassie at carol@carolkassie.com / 561-445-9244.

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The Ladies Foursome
By Norm Foster
March 22 – April 8
(Preview performance March 21 at 8 pm)
Performance times:
Wednesday, March 21, at 8 pm (preview)
Thursday, March 22, at 8 pm
Friday, March 23, at 8 pm
Saturday, March 24, at 8 pm
Sunday, March 25 at 5 pm
Wednesday, March 28 at 8 pm
Thursday, March 29 at 8 pm
Friday, March 30 at 8 pm
Saturday, March 31 at 8 pm
Thursday, April 5 at 8 pm
Friday, April 6 at 8 pm
Saturday, April 7 at 8 pm
Sunday, April 8 at 7 pm
Tickets:  $39
For tickets:  www.pigsdoflyproductions.com / 866-811-4111

All performances will take place at
Empire Stage
1140 N. Flagler Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

 

 

 

 

 

Stage Door Theatre presents NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT – March 2 – April 15

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Stage Door Theatre
presents
Nice Work If You Can Get It

March 2 – April 15, 2018

“…a rowdy, dopey-smart, dance-driven screwball comedy…”
Kathleen Marshall ~ Newsday

For Immediate Release
Contact: Derelle Bunn
DerelleBunn@yahoo.com /954-344-7765
Contact:  Carol Kassie
Carol@CarolKassie.com  / 561-445-9244

February 13, 2018

MARGATE, FL:  Bootleggers and ‘business men’, duchesses and dancers, and senators and ‘servants’ will populate Stage Door’s Theatre 1 when Nice Work If You Can Get It opens on March 2nd.   The production will run through April 15th.

It’s 1927. Playboy Jimmy Winter is celebrating yet another marriage.  Three thugs are trying to figure out where to hide 400 cases of gin and their beautiful bootlegger boss Billie Bendix is looking for a place to stash the hooch and hide out from the Prohibitionists.  Add some chorus girls, a Vice Squad, and of course a romance or two to the mix; season this soufflé with the glorious music of George and Ira Gershwin, and voila! Nice Work If You Can Get It, the riotous multiple Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning musical comedy takes all these ingredients and creates the epitome of a 1920’s screwball comedy perfect for 21st Century audiences.

Nice Work If You Can Get It, the ‘brand-new’ Gershwin musical, is a fun filled romp that harkens back to the days of prohibition and the speakeasies,” says the show’s director, Clayton Phillips. “Vice squads, rum runners, dancing girls, hi jinks and romance galore.  Audiences will sing along with the music and dance out of the theatre with a happy heart!”

Clayton Phillips is very pleased to be returning to Stage Door Theatre, where he last directed Deathtrap in 2013.  Phillips, who was Harold Prince’s assistant for the national tours of Kiss of the Spider Woman and Parade, is an award-winning director whose recent production of The Addams Family was nominated for 12 New Hampshire Theatre Awards and won 5.  He has also directed numerous national tours, including Ruthless, The Full Monty, The Mousetrap, Leading Ladies, Falsettos, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.

Phillips has cast T.J. Lamando, Rebecca Tucker, Michael Small, and Emily Freeman to portray Jimmy Winter, Billie Bendix, Bootlegger Cookie McGee, and ‘Modern Dancer’ Eileen Evergreen.  Other cast members include Michael Schneider (Duke Mahoney), Jerry Weinberg (Senator Max Evergreen), Dalia Aleman (Duchess Estonia Dulworth), Haley Jones (Jeannie Muldoon), Michael Collins (Chief Berry), and Gail Byer (Millicent Winter). Also cast are Austin Carrol, Jamie Lyn Cleary, Evan Dolan, Jonathan Eisele, Jennifer Fain, Connor Hubbard, Barry Kramer, Natalie McPherson, Sarah Rose, and Kelly Ziegler.

The Musical Director for Nice Work If You Can Get It is Dave Nagy; Choreography is by Danny Durr. The show’s Scenic Designer is Randall Parsons. Lighting Design is by Ardean Landhuis, Sound Design is by Rushnay Henry, and Costume Design is by Jerry Sturdefant.  Nancy Clay is the production’s Stage Manager.

Nice Work If You Can Get It will run from March 2 – April 15 at Stage Door Theatre. The theatre is located at 8036 Sample Road, in Margate.  Tickets for Nice Work If You Can Get It are $48. (Student prices are also available with valid ID). Tickets may be purchased at the Broward Stage Door Theatre box office at 954-344-7765 or on line at www.stagedoorfl.org.

For more information about Nice Work If You Can Get It and/or Stage Door Theatre, please visit www.stagedoorfl.org, or contact Derelle Bunn Executive Producer/Artistic Director, at DerelleBunn@yahoo.com / 954-344-7765 or Carol Kassie (carol@carolkassie.com / 561-445-9244).

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Nice Work If You Can Get It
March 2 – April 15, 2018
Music and Lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin
Book by Joe DiPietro
Inspired by material by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse
Tickets:  $48
Tickets:  954-344-7765 / www.stagedoorfl.org
Showtimes:
Wednesday, Saturday, & Sunday at 2 pm,
Friday & Saturday at 8 pm
Stage Door Theatre
8036 W Sample Rd
Margate, Fl 33065
www.stagedoorfl.org
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