Little Shop of Horrors, July 25 - August 10, 2014
Synopsis: Using a musical mix of doo-wop, rock, and funk, a down-and-out Skid Row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers and exotic plant with an appetite for less-than-ordinary plant food. Soon, "Audrey II" grows into a street-wise, fast-talking, R&B-singing carnivore who offers our hero the chance at fortune, fame, and everlasting love in exchange for continued feedings. Finally, all becomes clear as this unusual plant reveals his master plan!
Directed by Stacy Reynolds Oosterink.
Special Event: Close our 10th anniversary season with an end-of-season wrap party on closing night, August 10. Details coming soon.
- Crystal: Jaiyla Lewis
- Chiffon: Rachel Baylor
- Ronnette: Katy Baird
- Mushnik: Steve Fogle
- Seymour: Chad Mildenstein
- Audrey: Kylie Oosterink
- Orin: Sean Scriber
- Audrey II: Kenneth Waters
- Sarah Georgiou
- Paul Rose
- Jacob Lejeune
- Christina Wozniak
- Sarah Lorek
- Rebecca Masters
- Jessany Fogle
- Jeff Maher
- Colin Maher
- Linda Aughe
- Laina Lockett
- Zeke Poiro
- Timothy Joyce
Tickets are available for purchase online for each show up until two hours before curtain the day of the show selected.
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Auditions for Moon Over Buffalo
Audition for this hilarious play by Ken Ludwig--
Monday, Tuesday July 7th and 8th at the Three Notch Theater, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Sections of the play will be read when auditioning.
There are 8 characters: husband and wife (50s),female (70s), female (late 20s/early 30s), male (late 20s), female (late teens/early 20s), male (30s), male (50s).
Anyone interested in co-directing or stage managing is encouraged to step forward.
Directed by Bill Farrar.
As You Like It
Shakespeare's As You Like It
August 15-23, 2014
Historic St. Mary’s City at 7:30 p.m.
Sundays at 3:30 p.m.
Comic twists and turns abound in the fertile Forest of Arden, where a disguised Rosalind seeks refuge after being wrongfully banished by her aunt. Accompanied by her cousin, Celia, and the fool, Touchstone, the unfortunate exile is transformed into a charming adventure when they encounter some of Shakespeare’s most beloved characters – colorful fools, lovelorn shepherds, a camp of lords-turned-foresters, and the handsome, lovesick Orlando. While in disguise, Rosalind cleverly navigates her love for Orlando and his love for her, in this timeless and transcendent romantic comedy.
Presented in collaboration with Historic St. Mary's City.
Director - Beth Sanford
Producers - Aaron Meisinger, Jenny Meisinger
Stage Manager - Thomas Esposito
Props - Diane Troutman
DUCHESS, living in exile: Kristin Montour Grubbs
LADY FREDERICK, sister and usurper of the Duchess' dominions: Erin Moss
ROSALIND, daughter of the banished Duchess: Kate Donnelly
CELIA, daughter of Lady Frederick: Emily Funderburk
TOUCHSTONE, the court jester: Sharol Yeatman
LE BEAU, a courtier attending upon Lady Frederick: Mallory Green
CHARLES, Lady Frederick's wrestler: John Harvey
OLIVER, first son of Sir Rowland de Bois: Kerry Jones
JANE, daughter of Sir Rowland de Bois: Gretchen Winch
ORLANDO, third son of Sir Rowland de Bois: Joseph Turner
ALICE, (Formerly ADAM) Nurse to Orlando: Melissa Johnson
JAQUES: lord attending on the banished Duchess: Robert Elwood
AMIENS, lord attending on the banished Duchess: Sarah Dudley
CORIN, a shepherd: Joseph Greeley
SILVIUS, shepherd: John Harvey
PHOEBE, a shepherdess: Chelsea Long
ANDREW, a country fellow: DJ Lavery
WILLOW (a country wench): Mallory Green
DENISE (Oliver’s servant): Mackenzie Wood
HYMEN: John Giusti
2014-2015 Season Announced
The Newtowne Players proudly announce the 2014-2015 season