Date(s) - Jul 22, 2014 - Jul 27, 2014
Various Times
Location - Wells Fargo Pavilion

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This show is now closed.

This Rodgers and Hammerstein classic features some of the most beautiful music ever composed for theatre.  Love transcends both the harsh realities of war and social stereotypes in this sweeping tale that won a Pulitzer Prize and 10 Tonys. With “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Bali Ha’i,” “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair.”


Director – Glenn Casale
Choreographer – John MacInnis
Production Stage Manager – Craig A. Horness
Musical Director – James May
Costume Designer – Gabriella Nance
Scenic Designers – Scott Klier & Jamie Kumpf
Lighting Designer – Pamila Gray
Sound Designer – Robert Sereno
Assistant Stage Manager – Katherine Cannon
Hair, Wig and Makeup Designer – Christine Conklin

Kim Arnett (Ensemble)
John Cudia (Emile de Becque)
Matthew Feniger (Jerome)
Danielle Hansen (Ensemble)
Luke Hawkins (Ensemble)
Karen Hyland (Ensemble)
Courtney Iventosch (Ensemble)
Eric Anthony Johnson (Ensemble)
Eric Kunze (Lt. Joseph Cable)
Beth Malone (Ensign Nellie Forbush)
Armelia McQueen (Bloody Mary)
Mark Bradley Miller (Stewpot)
Pilar Millhollen (Ensemble)
Ayanna Navarro (Ngana)
Ray A. Rochelle (Ensemble)
Lisa Rohinsky (Ensemble)
Steve Schepis (Ensemble)
Brian Steven Shaw (Ensemble)
Jeff Skowron (Luther Billis)
Michael Stevenson (Cmdr. William Harbison)
Shannon Stoeke (Professor)
John B. Williford (Ensemble)
Ron Wisniski (Capt. George Brackett)
Briahna Yee (Liat)

Run Time: 2 hours and 40 minutes with an intermission

Content Guide: Recommended for ages 8 and over. This story takes place against the harsh backdrop of WWII. The show contains mature situations and mild profanity, and depicts some of the social stereotypes of the era, including racism.

  • Sign Interpreted Performances
  • Disabled and Wheelchair Seating
  • Audio Described Performances
  • Open Captioned Performances
  • Assisted Listening Devices