Rick A. McAllister Stagehand/Actor
Final Weekend!
March 15-17, 2019 Mount Calvary Lutheran Church - Theatre 301 301 County Rd. 19 Excelsior, MN www.Theatre301.org Book by Thomas Meehan Music by Charles Strouse Lyrics by Martin Charnin Director: Andrew Scipioni Assistant Director: Doug Affinito Music Director: Mark Abelsen Based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie has become a worldwide phenomenon and was the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The beloved book and score by Tony Award winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, features some of the greatest musical theatre hits ever written, including "Tomorrow." With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage that is run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. With the help of the other girls in the Orphanage, Annie escapes to the wondrous world of NYC. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations... and even befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt! She finds a new home and family in billionaire, Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
Mr. Bundles/Servant/ Fred McCracken/ Cordell Hull
Coming in April
Run Crew
April 28 - June 23, 2019 UnitedHealth Group Stage Book by Dennis Kelly (Tony® Award Winner – Best Book of a Musical) Music and lyrics by Tim Minchin Orchestrations and additional music by Chris Nightingale Directed by Peter C. Brosius For fearless 6-year-olds and up Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, this is the story of Matilda. Her dreadful parents can't stand her. Her headmistress is a horrible, nasty, name-calling, life-sucking tyrant who puts kids in cupboards with nails and broken glass. (And you thought you had it bad.) This captivating girl-power romp revels in the anarchy of childhood. Celebrating the tenacity of the small, Matilda proves that the strength to be yourself (along with a little telekinetic power) will prevail at the end of the day.