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The Marvelous Wonderettes

April 3 - May 3

Written & Created by Roger Bean

Musical Arrangements by Brian William Baker

Orchestrations by Michael Borth

Vocal Arrangements by Roger Bean & Brian William Baker

Originally Produced for the New York Stage by David Elzer, Roger Bean & Peter Schneider

The Marvelous Wonderettes Premiered at Milwaukee Repertory Theater; Joseph Hanreddy, Artistic Director & Timothy J. Shields, Managing Director

Produced by special arrangement with Steele Spring Stage Rights



Four Girls With Dreams As Big As Their Crinoline Skirts Take The Myers Dinner Theatre Stage in The Marvelous Wonderettes!


This Off-Broadway smash hit takes us to the 1958 Springfield High School Prom where we meet the Wonderettes.  As we learn about their lives and loves, we are treated to the girls performing classic 50’s & 60’s hits such as “Lollipop,” “Dream Lover,” “Stupid Cupid,” “Lipstick on Your Collar,” “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me,” “It’s My Party,” and over 20 additional hits!  You have never had this much fun at prom, and you will never forget this must-take musical trip down memory lane.  Fans of Forever Plaid and Sisters of Swing will love this Off-Broadway hit!


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The Marvelous Wonderettes Press Release

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A Note from the Director...

Tracy Funke

The Marvelous Wonderettes Cast

Betty Jean: Maddie Casto

Cindy Lou: Lauren Morgan

Missy: 

Suzy: Morgan Lynn Sterrett

The Marvelous Wonderettes Staff

Executive Producer: Donna Myers

Artistic Director: Jeremy Littlejohn
Director / Choreographer: Tracy Funke

Music Director:
Production Stage Manager: Sydney Runion

Technical Director: Gary Michael

Costume Designer: Donna Myers

Lighting Designer: Jeremy Littlejohn
Properties Master: Sydney Runion

Master Carpenter: Ted DeVore

Box Office Mgr: Bill Rubenstein

General Store Mgr: Shelby Garrett

Bookkeeper: Tom Bess

Time & Place:

Springfield High School Prom; 1958

Musical Numbers

Act One
Mr. Sandman

Sugar & Spice Medley: Lollypop, Sugartime

Chipmunk Cheer

Allegheny Moon

Marvelous Dreams Medley: All I Have to Do is Dream, Dream Lover

Stupid Cupid

Lipstick on Your Collar

Lucky Lips

Secret Love
Man of My Dreams Medley: Mr. Lee, Born Too Late, Teacher's Pet
Sugar & Spice (Reprise)
Goodnight & Goodbye Medley: Sincerely, Goodnight Sweetheart, Goodnight
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me


*There will be one fifteen minute intermission


Act Two

Welcome Back Medley / Heatwave

Mr. Sandman (Reprise)

It's in His Kiss / Wedding Bell Blues

You Don't Own Me

With This Ring

I Only Want to Be With You

That's When the Tears Start
It's My Party
Son of a Preacher Man
Leader of the Pack
Maybe
Suzy Medley: Maybe I Know, Needle in a Haystack, Rescue Me, Respect
Thank You and Goodnight / Sincerely


Who's Who in the Cast...

Maddie Casto (Betty Jean)

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graduated from Wright State University with her BFA in Musical Theater. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Maddie now calls Charleston, SC home after she lived and worked across the country from New York to Las Vegas. She is thrilled to be returning to The Myers Dinner Theater, and couldn't be more excited to be a part of this amazing company and show. She was recently seen in Witness for the Prosecution with Tony Nominee Alan Campbell. Other favorite regional roles include: Lola (Steeple People), Miss Hannigan (Annie),Eliza (The Curious Case of the Watson Intelligence), Mattie Fae Aiken (August: Osage County), Widow Corney (Oliver!),DeeDee (The D*Word, Las Vegas), Swill (How I Became A Pirate, National Tour), Rosemary Clooney U/S (Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Musical) and more! Special thanks to her friends and family, and her Dan. 143.

 

Lauren Morgan (Cindy Lou)

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is a born and raised New Yorker currently residing in NYC. She is thrilled to be back on the Myers Dinner Theatre stage having previously been seen as Sophie in Mamma Mia!, Belle in A Christmas Carol Musical, and Murder at Cafe Noir. Favorite roles include Jo March (Little Women the musical), Hilda Miller (Plain and Fancy) and Woman 2 (I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change). She has also been a featured vocalist in concerts at Feinstein’s 54 Below, Don’t Tell Mama and The Metropolitan Room. When not performing Lauren loves to attempt to play guitar, exercise and go on adventures. Keep supporting the arts, folks! www.laurenmorgan.net IG/Twitter: @less_is_morgan

Morgan Lynn Sterrett

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