The Importance Of Being Earnest

Director: Jeremy Anderson
ASST. DIRECTOR: Katy Hagelin

Set in Victorian England in the 1890s, two clever young bachelors, the dependable John Worthing (Michael Swindle) and elegant playboy Algernon Moncrieff (Alek White), feel compelled to create different identities in order to pursue two eligible ladies Cecily Cardew (Jenna Moffat) and Gwendolen Fairfax (Alicia Anderson). The courting process ensues as the suitors try to keep ahead of their own deception. With some of the finest dialogue to be found in theatre, The Importance of Being Earnest is a hilarious story of romance, secret identities and cucumber sandwiches.

Photos courtesy of Megan Slaker

Photos courtesy of Megan Slaker

Guys and Dolls (2015)

Director: Jeremy Anderson
ASST. DIRECTOR: ALICIA ANDERSON

Nathan Detroit (Michael Swindle) runs the oldest established permanent floating crap game in New York, but only if he can find a spot to hold the game. With the authorities and his fiancee breathing down his neck, he risks it all when he bets Sky Masterson (Jonathan Wilson) that he can't land a date with a straight-laced Save-A-Soul Mission doll Sarah Brown (Adrienne Baltz). 

Music Man (2014)

DIRECTOR: JEREMY ANDERSON
ASST. DIRECTOR: ALICIA ANDERSON

Synopsis: When Harold Hill (Jonathan Zimmerman), a traveling con man, arrives in River City, he convinces the locals to start a band by purchasing the uniforms and instruments from him. His intention is to flee as soon as he receives the money. Librarian Marian Paroo (Olivia Anderson) suspects Harold is a fraud, but holds her tongue since her moody brother, Winthrop is excited about the band. As Harold begins to develop feelings for Marian, he faces a difficult decision about skipping town.

Photos courtesy of Megan Slaker

Photos courtesy of Megan Slaker

A Musical Cabaret (2013)

DIRECTOR: JEREMY ANDERSON
ASST. DIRECTOR: ALICIA ANDERSON

A high-energy Musical Theatre Revue night filled with amazing songs, scenes, and dance numbers from West Side Story, Les Misérables, Hello Dolly, Into The Woods, Singin' In The Rain, & Wicked.

 

Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. (2012)

DIRECTOR: JEREMY ANDERSON
ASST. DIRECTOR: Katy HageliN

Thoroughly Modern Millie tells the story of young Millie Dillmount (Corrina Roppo) from Kansas who comes to New York in search of a new life for herself. Filled with dancing flappers, dashing leading men and a dragon-lady of a villainess audiences love to hate. Thoroughly Modern Millie is a perfectly constructed evening of madcap merriment!

Photos courtesy of Megan Slaker