Monday, June 25, 2007

Come And See The Show

It takes a whole village…well not quite, but it does take a lot of community members to put on a play like the Evansville Community Theatre’s summer production of M*A*S*H! Chances are, you’ll find many of your friends and neighbors in the production crew list, as well as in the updated cast list.

M*A*S*H cast:
General Hammond: Bill Reed
Private Boone: Andrew Lust
Lt. Colonel Henry Blake: Jim Brooks
Nurse Bridget McCarthy: Lori Soderberg
Nurse Janice Fury: Denise Sobeski
Sergeant Devine: Tom Beaver
Frank Burns: Lee Dammen
Father Mulcahy: Dave Persons
Captain Walt Waldowski: Paul Cargill
Trapper John: Darrell Hamilton
Captain John Black “Ugly:” Rick Larson
Radar O'Reilly: Erik Worthington
Hawkeye Pierce: Dave Sobeski
Duke Forrest: Lyman Fuson
Ho-Jon: Carl Soderberg
Private Lopez: Tyler Franklin
Nyng: PJ Spears
Sohng: Chelsea Lezotte
Nurse Nancy Phillips: Hazel Cybart-Fuson
Major Margaret Houlihan: Melissa Schnepper
Congresswoman Goldfarb: Linda Draeving-Hammack
Dean Mercy Lodge: Jennie Nehls
Miss Randazzle: Mary Whitney-Hartje
Mitzi: Carly Kimberly
Fritzi: Chelsea Schmit
Agnes: Gwen Manion
Connie Liebowitz: Mary Whitney-Hartje
Crazylegs: Cody Marenas
Major Ruth Haskell: Nancy Krohn

M*A*S*H production crew:

Master Carpenter/Set Design
Greg Marshall, Tom Beaver, Rick Larson, Lyman Fuson, Dave Persons, Darrell Hamilton, Bill Reed, Andrew Lust, Lee Dammen, Erik Worthington

Tom McKittrick, Nancy Krohn, Linda Draeving-Hammack, Jim Brooks, Tom Beaver, Jennie Nehls

Tom McKittrick, Melissa Schnepper, Mary Whitney-Hartje, Nancy Krohn,
Jennie Nehls, Lori Soderberg, Melissa Whitmore, Sandy Franklin

Hair & Makeup
Denise Sobeski, PJ Spears, Carly Kimberly, Gwen Manion, Chelsea Schmit

Cody Marenas, Carl Soderberg, Tim McKittrick, Kathryn Hamilton

Paul Cargill, Clark Cybart-Fuson, Hazel Cybart-Fuson, Chelsea Lezotte, Garrett Carlson

Sharon Cybart, Mark Spatafore, Dave Sobeski, Jim Brooks, Jennie Nehls, Tyler Franklin

M*A*S*H will be presented in the state-of-the-art Evansville Performing Arts Center at Evansville High School, 640 S. Fifth St. in Evansville. Performances are June 29 and 30, and July 5, 6, and 7 at 7:30 p.m.; with a matinee on July 1 at 2 p.m. Tickets are all general admission and are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Tickets will be available in advance in Evansville at the Union Bank and Trust, Piggly Wiggly, Evansville Pharmacy, and Bank of Evansville.

sc-6/1 /07

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This reminds me of the great "living flag" event in Lake Wobegon, in which each person in the flag had to take turns to run up the fire tower to see what the flag looked like -- minus on person, of course.

Is there going to be anyone left in your town to sit in the audience?!