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St. Norbert College Music Theatre Summer Stage to Present "Singin' in the Rain"

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From St. Norbert College, June 18, 2019
by Mike Counter, mike.counter@snc.edu, 920-403-3089

St. Norbert College Music Theatre will present a Summer Stage production of “Singin’ in the Rain” July 11-21 at the Walter Theatre on the St. Norbert campus.

Inspired by the “Greatest Movie Musical of All Time,” this theatrical rendition is faithfully and lovingly adapted by Broadway legends Betty Comden and Adolph Green from their original award-winning screenplay. A comedic storyline, crisp dialogue and a score of Hollywood standards make “Singin' in the Rain” a rewarding experience. Particularly memorable is the show-stopping title number, complete with an onstage rainstorm.

The cast for “Singin’ in the Rain” features talent from throughout Wisconsin, including Denmark, De Pere, Green Bay, Menomonee Falls, Oneida, Oshkosh and Pulaski, as well as Lake Villa, Ill. and Norway, Mich.

Cast and ensemble members are as follows:

Michael Ajango, De Pere, will play R.F. Simpson

Katelyn Badeau, De Pere, will be in the ensemble

Devon Breecher, De Pere, will play bouncer and workman

Braden Cooper, Oshkosh, will play third assistant director

John Dicks, Lake Villa, IL, will play production singer

Margi Diny, Green Bay, will play Dora Bailey and wardrobe mistress

Haley Eastman, Green Bay, will be in the ensemble

Sara Eastman, Green Bay, will be in the ensemble

Erin Hunsader, Green Bay, will play Miss Dinsmore

Erin Janssen, Green Bay, will be in the ensemble

Brittney Koerner, Green Bay, will be in the ensemble

Joseph Kolze, Green Bay, will play Young Don

Molly Lucareli, Green Bay, will play Kathy Selden

Benjamin Paplham, De Pere, will play photographer and sound engineer

Bob Pekol, Green Bay, will play Cosmo Brown

Preston Pelegrin, Green Bay, will play workman and first assistant director

Jarrod Pfarr, Green Bay, will play Don Lockwood

Diana Pokotylo, Green Bay, will play in the ensemble

Annicka Rabida, Oneida, will play lady-in-waiting and butler

Joy Rockstroh, Green Bay, will be in the ensemble

Jordan Schuman, Menomonee Falls, will play second assistant director

Allison Sheski, Norway, Mich. will be in the ensemble

Alicia Skrivanie, Green Bay, will play Roscoe Dexter

Georgia Steenbock, Green Bay, will play Young Cosmo

Emily Tomcek, Denmark, will play Lina Lamont

Hannah Vanden Heuvel, Green Bay, will be in the ensemble

Jeffrey Vanderlin, De Pere, will play Sid Phillips and villain

Hunter Vannieuwenhoven, Pulaski, will play policeman

Mary Waterhouse, Green Bay, will play Zelda Zanders

Aaron Weber, Green Bay, will play Rod and male diction teacher

Lorelei Zimmerman, Green Bay, will play hair dresser and be in the ensemble

Rachel Ziolkowski, Green Bay, will be in the ensemble

July 12 will feature an after party following the 7:30 p.m. performance. The after party will be held in the Michels Commons ballroom on the St. Norbert campus beginning at 10 p.m. Guests are invited to meet and greet the cast, crew, musicians and directors. Food, desserts and a cash bar will be available. Tickets for the after- party are $12 and can be purchased at http://www.snc.edu/summerstage/afterparty.html. Tickets for all other performances can be purchased at http://www.snc.edu/tickets or by calling the St. Norbert College box office at 920-403-3950.

For more information, contact Josh Fields, arts management assistant for music theatre, at 920-403-3432 or musictheatre@snc.edu

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