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South Pacific

July 28 thru September 12
Individual Show Tickets: $30 Adult, $6 Child ages 4 - 17 years

"On Thursday, July 29, 2004, I escorted a group of 27 from the First Church Of God Primetimer from St. Joseph, Michigan, to see the performance of South Pacific at 2:00 p.m. Everyone enjoyed the show very much. Very entertaining. One of our group has seen the movie and other stage productions in the past and remarked how this was the best of all. Please congratulate the cast on a GREAT JOB!!"
Sincerely
,
Phyllis Kenke

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Based on "Tales Of The South Pacific" by James Michener
Book: Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan
Music: Richard Rodgers
Lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II

South Pacific is one of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s greatest and most beloved musical collaborations. Based on the novel, Tales of the South Pacific by James Michener, the musical boasts such classic songs as Some Enchanted Evening, Honey Bun, Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair, Younger Than Springtime and the haunting Bali Ha’i.

The dashing young Lieutenant Joe Cable and the feisty nurse Nellie Forbush both find themselves dealing with prejudices against the backdrop of World War II. Cable falls in love with a native Tonkinese girl and Nellie discovers that the dashing French plantation owner, Emile Debeque, that she has been dating has two children by a previous marriage to a native island woman.

While Joe struggles with his feelings and fears, Nellie decides to face and conquer her prejudices for a chance at happiness. This dramatic tale also includes a number of colorful characters who provide lots of upbeat comedic moments as well, like the fast-talking Luthor Billis, a seabee with his fingers in several side-lines and Bloody Mary, a native woman who makes a living selling souvenirs to the men stationed on the island. This show is a visual feast as well as a treat for the ears.


The Staff

Executive Producer, Richard Pletcher
Director, Scott Saegesser

Musical Director, Linda Slein
Choreographer, Scott Saegesser
Production Stage Manager, Michelle Bouchard
Assistant Stage Manager, Kristi Knobloch
Company Manager, Kristyn Yoder
Tech Director/Stage Manager, Torger Baland
Audio Designer, Nathan Rux
Lighting Designer, David Castaneda
Costumer, Jan Tobias
Scenic Designer, Richard Pletcher
Scenic Artist, Jeff Stillson
Scenic Carpenter, Alvin Yoder


Songs

Act I

A Cockeyed Optimist
Nellie
Twin Soliloquies
Nellie, Emile
Some Enchanted Evening
Emile
Bloody Mary

Sailors
There is Nothin' Like A Dame
Billis, Sailors
Bali Ha'i
Bloody Mary
I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out-A My Hair
Nellie, Nurses
Some Enchanted Evening Reprise
Emile, Nellie
A Wonderful Guy

Nellie, Nurses
Happy Talk
Bloody Mary
Younger Than Springtime
Cable
Finale Act I
Nellie, Emile

Act II

Honey Bun
Nellie, Billis
You've Got To Be Carefully Taught
Cable
This Nearly Was Mine
Emile
Some Enchanted Evening Reprise
Nellie
Finale Ultimo
Emile, Nellie

Produced by special arrangement with
The Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatre Library


The Cast

Ensign Nellie Forbush Jessica Costa
Emile de Becque Rich Snyder
Henry, his native servant Michael Hartman
Bloody Mary Susan Yoder
Liat, her daughter Jennifer Butler
Luther Billis Jeff Salisbury
Stewpot David Friday
Professor Joshua Rubin
Lt. Joseph Cable, USMC Marty Fox
Capt. George Brackett, USN Scott Peercy
Cmdr. William Harbison, USN

Jeremy Jonet

Radio Operator Bob McCaffrey Jared Lopatin
Sailor Tom O'Brien Michael Hartman
Nurses Tracy Funke
  Erin Martin
  Sara Thogersen
  Asha Stichter
  Lisa Mahaffa


South Pacific
Theme Buffet Menu
July 30, August 6, September 3 and 10, 2004

Paradise Found

Soup
Hot and Sour Soup
Appetizers
Mango Chicken Skewers
Cream Cheese and Crab Wantons

Salad
Garden of Eden Salad

Breads
Honey Buns

Entrees
Coconut Shrimp
Pulitzer Prize Pasta
Veal Oscar Hammerstein II

Vegetables
Polynesian Vegetables
Mango Sticky Rice

Desserts
Bali Ha'I Butter Rum Cheesecake
Guava Chiffon Cake
Chocolate Key Lime Pie
Brenda's Famous Crème Brule'

Beverages
Bloody Mary
Alcohol Free Wines
Sparkling Juices
Iced Tea
Lemonade
Coffees

 


Visit our 2004 Season Productions

Plain and Fancy
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Footloose
South Pacific
The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Seussical

 

 

 

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