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Run for your Wife

logo-run-for-your-wife-smRun for Your Wife is the story of John Smith, a taxi driver in London. He lives with a wife on each end of town. That works until he ends up in the hospital. The police are curious about his different addresses. With the help of his neighbor Stanley, John lies to try to get back to his precise schedule. Craziness ensues as they try to keep the detectives busy and suspicious wives from meeting. Run for Your Wife is a fast paced, slapstick, laugh-a-minute romp that leaves you in stitches and begging for more.

Show Dates: May 1, 2, 8, 9, 15 & 16 2009 at 8 PM and May 3 & 10 2009 at 2 PM

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John Smith – Carl Heyde

Barbara Smith – Robin Neill

Mary Smith – Michele Nevin

Stanley Gardner – Michael Tamin Yurcaba

Detective Porterhouse – David Cashell

Detective Troughton – Bob Grant

Bobby Franklyn – Robert Marsch (May 1, 2, 3, 8, 15, 16), Steve Arcidiacono (May 9, 10)

The Reporter – Greg Pronko

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Sweeney Todd

logo-sweeney-todd“Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd …”, Stephen Sondheim’s magnificent musical thriller. The legendary demon barber, seeking revenge, takes up with his enterprising neighbor in a delicious plot to slice their way through Europe’s upper crust. Justice will be served on a plate along with lush melody, audacious humor and bloody good thrills.

Show Dates: March 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 & 21 2009 at 8 PM and March 8, & 15 2009 at 2 PM

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The Last Five Years

nct-5years-logo-w The Last Five Years premiered in Chicago, was produced off-Broadway and has enjoyed numerous productions internationally. The show is an intimate, two-person musical that tells the compelling story of Jamie, a nice Jewish boy, and Cathy, a good Irish Catholic girl, who fall in love, get married, and fall apart over the course of five years. Jamie is an emerging novelist enjoying his first taste of success, while Cathy is a struggling actress having trouble hitting it big, making their musical duets both wildly funny and crushingly sad.

Brown has employed an unusual temporal shift in the piece, with Cathy starting at the end of the marriage and working her way back, while Jamie begins on their first date and works his way forward. Only once do Jamie and Cathy sing together, at their wedding in the middle of the play. This underscores cause and effect, as two people whose powerful love for one another cannot overcome their cultural differences and divergent dreams. Musically, Brown’s score navigates the minefields of love and marriage through soulful, soaring music and lyrics that evoke contemporary pop songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon, combined with the theatrical styles of Stephen Sondheim and Leonard Bernstein. Traditional Jewish and Irish musical themes are also played against the sounds, pace and complexity of contemporary life in New York City.

Benefit Performance Date: December 15, 2008 8:00pm

Accompanist: John Grecia

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Cathy – Sandy Yozviak
Jamie – Chris DiMeo

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Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

logo-beauty-beast-sm Disney’s “BEAUTY AND THE BEAST” has become one of the best loved Broadway musicals of all time, and NCT’s production will continue that wonderful tradition. With now classic songs like “Be Our Guest,” “Gaston,” and “Human Again,” our show will be a joy to watch for both young and old. An outstanding professional quality cast, an excellent live orchestra and colorful costumes – how can you resist dancing dishes and silverware?

Show Dates: November 7, 8, 14, 15, 21 & 22 2008 at 7:30 PM & November 9, 16 & 23 2008 at 2 PM

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Director: Steve Arcidiacono

Musical Director: Raquel Garcia

Choreographer: Diane Hodgkiss

Accompanist: Judy Large

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Young Prince – David Gilbert

Enchantress – Gillian Telford

The Beast – Richard Weinstock

Belle – Sandy Yozviak

LeFou – Jason Kramer

Gaston – Brian Seaman

Maurice – Jim Goniea

Cogsworth – Chris DiMeo

Lumiere – Todd Engleman

Mrs. Potts – Barbara Burke Sherman

Chip – Andrew Stetser

Babette – Katie Ramano

Madame De La Grand Bouche – Trudy Graboyes

Monsieur D’arque – Michael Sherman

Silly Girls – Michele Davis, Diane Davis, Rachel Koester, Brenda Pretoko, Gillian Telford

Wolves – Alicia Crosby, Rachel Koester, Gillian Telford

Ensemble – John Briner, Gary Bullock, Rebecca Clair, Alicia Crosby, Ray Dyer, David Gilbert, Renee Grant, Linda Galati Hunt, Scott Klaum, Susan Mattson, Beth McTamney, Bob Monroe, Roseann Pignoli, Keith Reichardt, Judy Rodes, Will Scantling, Gillian Telford, and Stephen Tornetta

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Arsenic and Old Lace

nct-aol-logo-wOne of the funniest comedies in modern theatre, “Arsenic and Old Lace” tells the tale of Abby and Martha Brewster, the two sweetest women in Brooklyn. They give toys to a local charity, make soup for the sick … and have twelve bodies buried in the cellar. Enjoy the antics of nephew Mortimer as he tries to keep the authorities away.

Show Dates: May 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 & 17 2008 at 8 PM and May 4 & 11 2008 at 2 PM

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Abby – Marcy Hoffman

Martha – Janey Giel

Dr. Einstein – Steve Arcidiacono

Jonathan – Carl Heyde

Mortimer – Matthew Thornton

Elaine – Raina Frey

Teddy – Michael Tamin Yurcaba

Officer – Brophy Greg Pronko

Officer – O’Hara Leigh Jacobs

Officer – Klein Brenna McBride

Lt. Rooney – Trudy Graboyes

Rev. Harper – Kenneth Cohen

Mr. Gibbs/Mr. Witherspoon – Bill Haburcak

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The Wizard of Oz

logo-woz-smA faithful musical adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s classic story. Enjoy all of your favorite tunes as Dorothy travels over the rainbow and follows the yellow brick road with the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Cowardly Lion to the magical land of Oz. A wonderful musical for all ages.

Show Dates: February 29, March 1,7,8,14 & 15 – 2008 at 8 PM and March 2 & 9 – 2008 at 2 PM

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Director: Carol Robinson

Choral Director: Lynn DellaPietra

Orchestra Director: Susan Bullock

Choreographer: Diane Hodgkiss

CAST

Dorothy – Maggie Familetti

Toto – Juila Grugan

Aunt Em – Nicole Krieger

Uncle Henry – Rich Pogolowitz

Hunk/Scarecrow – Carl Heyde

Hickory/Tinman – Todd Kimmell

Zeke/Lion – Steve Arcidiacono

Professor/Oz – Ben Kendall

Ms. Gultch/Wicked Witch – Trudy Graboyes

Glinda – Kim Albright

Winkie General – John Briner

Nikko – Zach Graboyes

Munchkins – Elliot Avis, Thayer Avis, Jane Finley, Emily Harnett, Bradley Hove, Annabelle Kempf, Jacqueline M. Laskin, Maria Mutz, Hannah Newman, Paul O’Neill, Brandon Pons, Judy Rodes, Teddy Rogers, Rachel Salazar, Brenna Schiman, Marley Schiman, and Sean Spence

Ozians – Ray Dyer, Chris Finley, Liza Herschel, Ellie Knickman, Jocelyn Kurtze, Rachel Pogolowitz, Suzanne Sennhenn, Dennis Spence, Kim Spence, and Kaysie Strickland

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Children of Eden

Children of Eden LogoFrom musical theatre greats, Stephen Schwartz and John Caird, comes a joyous and inspirational musical about parents, children and faith… not to mention centuries of unresolved family business! An expansive and ambitious musical, the original production used a cast of sixty.

Adam, Eve, Noah and the “Father” who created them deal with the headstrong, cataclysmic actions of their respective children. The show ultimately delivers a bittersweet. but inspiring. message: that “the hardest part of love… is letting go.”

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You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown

Happiness is great musical theatre! With charm, wit, and heart, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown explores life through the eyes of Charlie Brown and his friends in the Peanuts gang. This revue of songs and vignettes, based on the beloved Charles Schulz comic strip, is the ideal first show for those who would like to do a musical. Musical numbers include “My Blanket and Me,” “The Kite,” “The Baseball Game,” “Little Known Facts,” “Suppertime,” and “Happiness.” Guaranteed to please audiences of all ages!

 

Show Dates: November 3, 4,10, 11, 17 and 18 2006 @ 8pm and November 5 and 12 2006 @ 2pm

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Director – Steve Arcidiacono

Producer/Sc. Design – Susan Davit

Orchestra Director – Cheryl Chewkanes

Vocal Director – Linda Husband

Choreographer – Diane Hodgkiss

Stage Manager – Linda Hunt

Costumes/Props – Jackie Laskin

Set Construction – Fisher

Lighting Design – Al Baron

Accompanist – Janet Lentz

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Charlie Brown – Chris DiMeo

Snoopy – Ray Saputelli

Linus – Kenneth Fisher

Schroeder – Alexander Gineitis

Lucy – Raina Frey

Sally – Sandy Yozviak

Patty – Renee Grant

Ensemble – Kim Albright, Roseann Jamelli, Will Swyer, and Dennis Mahoney

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Jane Eyre the Musical

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Charlotte Brontë’s great love story comes to life with music to lift your heart and set your spirit soaring. This beloved tale of secrets and the lies that secrets create, of unimaginable hope and unspoken passion, reminds us what it is to fall deeply, truly and completely in love. Nominated for five Tony Awards, Jane Eyre explores religion, sexuality and protofeminism, all while enchanting audiences with a timeless love story.

 

 

Show Dates: November 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19 2005 @8:00pm and November 6, 12 2005 @2:00pm

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Director: Sally Foster-Chang

Musical Director: Raquel Garcia

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At the large, tastefully-appointed Sneden’s Landing Townhouse, the Deputy Mayor of New York has just shot himself on the eve of his tenth wedding anniversary celebration.  Though only a flesh wound, the host lies bleeding in the other room, and his wife Myra is nowhere in sight. Expecting four more couples at any minute, his lawyer, Ken, and Ken’s wife, Chris, must get “the story” straight before the other guests arrive. As the confusions and mis-communications mount, the evening spins off into classic farcical hilarity

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