Date(s) - Jul 19, 2011 - Jul 24, 2011
Various Times
Location - Wells Fargo Pavilion

The dramatic musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel about the orphan who dared to ask for more. Oliver’s adventure takes him through London’s underworld of pickpockets and ruffians and to the truth about his past. The Tony-winning score features beloved classic songs “Food, Glorious Food,” “Consider Yourself (at Home)” and “I’d Do Anything.” First time at Music Circus in 14 years!

 

COMPANY

Director/Choreographer – Richard Stafford
Production Stage Manager – Jill Gold
Musical Director – Craig Barna
Costume Designer – David F. Draper
Scenic Designers – Scott Klier & Jamie Kumpf
Lighting Designer – Pamila Gray
Sound Designer – Robert Sereno
Assistant Stage Manager – Andrew Haver
Hair, Wig and Makeup Designer – Christine Conklin

Bradley Benjamin (Ensemble)
Lauren Blackman (Ensemble)
Christopher Bones (Oliver Twist)
Karen Culliver (Widow Corney)
J.D. Daw (Ensemble)
Jacquelyn Piro Donovan (Nancy)
Cynthia Ferrer (Mrs. Sowerberry/Mrs. Bedwin)
Lisa Ferris (Ensemble)
Gordon Goodman (Mr. Brownlow)
Matthew Gumley (The Artful Dodger)
Michael McGurk (Ensemble)
Natalie Ross (Ensemble)
Roland Rusinek (Mr. Bumble)
Aaron Serotsky (Bill Sykes)
Paige Silvester (Ensemble)
Jonathan Stahl (Ensemble)
Shannon Stoeke (Mr. Sowerberry/Dr. Grimwig)
Joseph Torello (Ensemble)
Ron Wisniski (Fagin)

JUNIOR COMPANY

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

Sam Ainley-Zoll
Jose Arcineda
Jack Baer
Bella Bagatelos
Makenna Ballard
Zac Ballard
Jonna Batten
Kristin Burns
Lizzy Carey
Ani Carrera
Jesse Cassani
Javen Crosby
Raven Crosby
Riley Edwards
Tyler Fagan
Haley Finerman
Rachel Finerman
Colleen Gold
Hailey Gold
Alex Greenlee
Samuel Hall
Michelina Hanlon
Emma Kehr
Nick Kennedy
Eli Kwong
Salem Macias
Emily Miller
Jimin Moon
Liam Murdock
Jake Randle
Campbell Salmon
Christian Salmon
Emily Schofield
Declan Smith
Logan Tiley
Alexandra Tomlinson
Shawn Waldie
Casey Wathan

 

Content Guide: "Oliver!" is recommended for theatregoers 8 and over.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSCGw9fc4zs