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Directed by Lorien Corbelletti Music Directed by Jeff Williams Choreographed by Nicole Couture February/March 2004 <p>The world of 1929 Berlin and the rise of the Nazis to power are the backdrop for this powerfully decadent musical hit. In the seedy glamour of the legendary Kit Kat Club, cabaret singer Sally Bowles comes to grips with the fate of a world plunged into war. Kander and Ebb’s vibrant score includes Maybe This Time, The Money Song, Wilkommen and, of course, Cabaret.</p> <p>Starring: Katrina Caouette, Chris Cassello, Liz Coakley, Keith Dombrowski, Amanda Feeley, Charles Grigaitis, Chuck Grimm, Thomas Hardy, Paul Harris, Scott Hebert, Anthony Kirouac, Michael Marcello, Tony Minichiello, Elvira Para, Jared Pedjoe, Angela Pelletier, Cara Saudelli, Kate Scott, Shani Smith, Julie Smith, Pam Sontag, and Chelsea Young.</p>

Charlotte\'s Web

Directed by Sharon Asher Music Directed by Bill Asher Choreographed by Darlene Dickson April 2004 <p>This treasured tale begins as young Fern Arable adopts a baby pig on her family farm. When it looks as if her favorite pig will end up under the butcher’s knife, the wise spider Charlotte and her animal friends come to the rescue – making Wilbur famous in the process. Featuring mad-cap and endearing farm animals, “Charlotte’s Web” explores bravery, selfless love, and the true meaning of friendship.</p> <p>Starring: Alyson Foisy, Tyler Simahk, Chuck Berube, Debby Evans, Jessica Berube, Sam Simahk, Thom Hardy, Sean Fletcher, Dave Davis, Pam Sontag and many others.</p>


Directed by Gail Steele Music Directed by David Twiss Choreographed by Chris Casello May 2004 <p>Join us for the rock musical sensation that celebrates the whimsical retelling of the Gospel According to Matthew! It’s a musical circus as the stories of the Bible come to life filled with mime, music, song and dance in an exhilarating show filled with joy and vitality for young and old alike.</p> <p>Starring: Tony Kirouac, Eric Wefald, Fatima Elmi, Britney Steele, Liz Coakley, Sheilah Bell, Thom Hardy, Craig Cormier, Angela Pelletier, Chris Casello and a large cast of singers and dancers.</p>


Directed/music directed by Jeff Williams Choreographed by Nicole Couture August 2004 <p>Set among the lights of the Maine seacoast, this love story between a charismatic carnival barker, Billy Bigelow, and an innocent mill worker, Julie Jordan unfolds. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s own favorite musical, Carousel, has some of their best music: You’ll Never Walk Alone, If I Loved You, June is Bustin’ Out All Over, and many, many more. You won’t want to miss one of the best loved of all shows!</p> <p>Starring: Aaron Whipple, Monica Vakil, Nicole Lian, Scott Hebert, Katie Foley, Rachelle Vachon, Martha Thomas, Hans Foy and a large cast of singers and dancers.</p>

Radio Gals

Directed by Craig Cormier Music Directed by David Twiss Choreographed by Sandie Couture October 2004 <p>When the enterprising Hazel Hunt of Cedar Ridge, Arkansas, retires as her small town’s music teacher, she receives a Western Electric 500-watt transmitter and begins broadcasting as radio station WGAL from the parlor of her home. What follows is a small town diary and good, old-fashioned fun, including a visit from one of Herbert Hoover’s Federal Radio Inspectors. Does he have a good voice?</p> <p>Starring: Pattie Pichette, Jennifer Williams, Elizabeth Ann Hughes, DebbieMoylan, Scott Hebert David Twiss and David Baer.</p>

Inspecting Carol

Directed by Lorien Corbelletti December 2004 <p>Mix together a struggling theatre company, a tired production of A Christmas Carol, a really bad actor, and a visiting inspector for the National Endowment for the Arts and you end up with an off-the-wall holiday farce. Everything that could possibly go wrong does as a fictitious theater company struggles to mount their annual production of the holiday classic. Bad theater has never been this much fun before!</p> <p>Starring: Carolyn Aliskevicz, Wendy Almeida, Thaddeus Bell, John Crockett, Steve D’Ambrosio, Doug Dame, Gary Kendall, Tony Kirouac, Rick Tousignant, Jeff Williams, Jennifer Williams and Mary Beth Yentz.</p>