Date(s) - Jul 31, 2012 - Aug 5, 2012
Various Times
Location - Wells Fargo Pavilion

Theatre’s musical tribute to the optimism, warmth, stubbornness and innocence of small town America. There’s trouble in River City when traveling salesman Harold Hill comes to town promising to form a children’s marching band to chase away the city’s imagined ills. His plan hits home, but his motives are questioned by the spunky librarian Marian. Features “76 Trombones,” “Goodnight My Someone” and “Til There Was You.”



Director – Glenn Casale
Choreographer – Dan Mojica
Production Stage Manager – Craig A. Horness
Musical Director – Dennis Castellano
Costume Designer – Marcy Froehlich
Scenic Designers – Scott Klier & Jamie Kumpf
Light Designer – Pamila Gray
Sound Designer – Robert Sereno
Assistant Stage Manager – Andrew Haver
Hair, Wig and Makeup Designer – Christine Conklin

Eydie Alyson (Maud Dunlop)
Kim Arnett (Mrs. Squires)
Bradley Benjamin (Zaneeta Shinn)
Brandi Burkhardt (Marian Paroo)
Patrick Cassidy (Harold Hill)
Paula Leggett Chase (Eulalie MacKecknie Shinn)
Kevin Cooney (Mayor Shinn)
J.D. Daw (Jacey Squires)
Michael Dotson (Oliver Hix)
Jack Doyle (Ewart Dunlop)
Jenny Florkowski (Ensemble)
Alexa Glover (Enemble)
Jason Graae (Marcellus Washburn)
Eric Gunhus (Ensemble)
Luke Hawkins (Ensemble)
Michael D. Jablonski (Ensemble)
Shirley Jones (Mrs. Paroo)
Jeff Kuhr (Ensemble)
Scott Leiendecker (Ensemble)
Robin Masella (Ensemble)
Michael McGurk (Tommy Djilas)
Lisa Rohinsky (Ensemble)
Jennie Scott (Alma Hix)
Kristen J. Smith (Ensemble)
Carter Thomas (Winthrop Paroo)
Joseph Torello (Olin Britt)
Diane Vincent (Ethel Toffelmier)
John B. Williford (Ensemble)
Ron Wisniski (Charlie Cowell)


Director – Gail Dartez
Choreographer – Marcy Keyser-Goodnow
Musical Director – Graham Sobelman

Ben Ainley-Zoll
Sam Ainley-Zoll
Bella Bagatelos
Courtney Blanc
Natalie Bourgeois
Lizzy Carey
Michael Carey
Raven Crosby
Camryn Elias
Colleen Gold
Samuel Hall
Elie Kuppermann
Monique Ward Lonergan (Amaryllis)
Salem Macias
Jackson Margolis
Emily Miller
Liam Murdock
Arianna Punter
Emily Schofield
Noa Solorio (Gracie Shinn)
Logan Tiley
Casey Wathen


Content Guide: The Music Man is recommended for ages 4 and over.