Town Theatre opens its centennial season with the classic production West Side Story – one of the most powerful love stories of all time. Beautiful melodies like “Tonight,” “Maria” and “Somewhere” are juxtaposed with fierce and fiery dancing in “America” and The Dance at the Gym. Town’s production coincides with the 100th birthday of Jerome Robbins, director/choreographer of the original Broadway production of the show.
Taking on the roles of our star-crossed lovers Tony and Maria are Jeremy Reasoner (The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Million Dollar Quartet) and Kerri Roberts (Mary Poppins, My Fair Lady). Karly Minacapelli (Miss Saigon) is the fiery Anita with Town newcomer John Reed in the role of Bernardo. Alex Cowsert (Hairspray, Million Dollar Quartet) plays Tony’s loyal brother Riff with Jacob Calder (Beauty and the Beast, Big Fish) in the role of Chino. Town is honored to have David Swicegood direct the show on the 20-year anniversary of his serving as director for the 1998 production.
Don’t miss the show that was overwhelmingly selected by 46% of our voters to have a place in Town’s 100th season ~ West Side Story.
The show runs Sept. 14-30 with an 8 PM curtains on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 3 PM curtain on Sundays. The show is directed by David Swicegood, with music direction by Michael Simmons and choreography by Joy Alexander. Costumes will be provided by Lauren Smith with technical and lighting design by Danny Harrington.
Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors 65+/active duty military/ full-time college and $15 for youth 17 and under. Group rates are available for 20 or more.
Priority members may get their tickets on Friday, August 24; regular members on Friday, Augst 31 and the general public on Friday, September 7.
West Side Story is being sponsored by: