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Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by George Furth
Based on the original play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Originally directed on Broadway by Harold Prince
Originally produced on Broadway by Lord Grade, Martin Starger, Robert Fryer, and Harold Prince in association with Ruth Mitchell and Howard Haines

Director: Dallas Street
Musical Director: D. Scott Ferguson
Lighting Designer: John Page
Scenic Designer: Dallas Street
Technical Director: Martin M. Bluestein
Costume Coordinator: Tonya A. Berntein

March 7, 8, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22 at 8pm
March 16 at 3pm
Parkland College Theatre
1997

Presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by Music Theatre International.

Cast

Franklin Shepard: Michael O. Cornell
Charley Kringas: Barry Cohen
Mary Flynn: Kerry Kincanon
Terry: Kris Kirkwood*
Scotty: Anjali Asokan
Dory: Shira Laxer
Ru: Jesse Pierce
Jerome: Mark A. Hudson
Jerome (March 15th performance): Barb Teterycz
K.T.: Elizabeth Fathauer
Meg Kincaid: Kathleen Duffy
Bunker: Brian Dykes
Gussie Carnegie: Lauren Gasparo
TV Newsman: Brian Dykes
TV Newswoman: Susan Fortenberry
Make-Up Artist: Shira Laxer
Joe Josephson: Bill Yauch
Frank Jr.: Benjamin Warnock
Judge: Johanna Turpin
Photographer: Brian Dykes
Beth: Mary Eisenhardt
Mr. Spencer: Kris Kirkwood*
Pianist: D. Scott Ferguson/Tim Schirmer
Mrs. Spencer: Susan Fortenberry
1st Girl: Kathleen Duffy
Pit Singer: Barb Teterycz

*Theatre Scholarship student

Publication Date

Spring 3-7-1997

Production Year

1997

Theatre Location

Harold and Jean Miner Theatre

City

Champaign

Keywords

merrily, roll, along, 1997

Disciplines

Theatre and Performance Studies

Merrily We Roll Along

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