THE MUSICAL -
* In two parts *
Book by Jules Vernes
Lyrics by Dale Gutzman
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All of this and more for a mere $30 dollars! Only through the good graces of Off The Wall Theatre Director Dale Gutzman, and his band of intrepid performers can such an offer be made possible.
Each part of the show may be view separately on Wed, Thurs. or Fri. evenings over the course of two weeks. And the entire show (with supper break between halves) may be seen on Saturdays and Sundays for three weekends. The weekend performances are already filling up, so order your tickets now. With a steller cast of 18 who change accents and characters as quickly as they don new costumes, the show features Robert Hirschi, one of Milwaukee's finest thespians as Mr. Philias Fogg who wagers that he can circumnavigate the globe in 80 days. Accompanying him is his courageous valet Passpartout, play with facile skill by Jeremy Welter. Mr. Robert Zimmerman of some local theatrical prominence plays the private detective Fix, who follows Fogg on his journey and does everything in his power to stop him. The mysterious Indian princess, Aouda, who falls in love with Fogg will be portrayed on stage by Miss Heather Reynolds. And playing everyone in the world are: Marilyn White, Kristen Pagenkopf, Chris Elst, Jeff Grygny, Lawrence J. Lukasavage, Thomas Welcenbach, Paul Pfannenstiel, David Kaye, Natasha Mortazavi, Barb Zafros, Marcee Doherty, Nancy Visintainer-Armstrong, Michael Davis, Mark Ninneman, Donna Lobacz, Roger Uscila, and Sandy Lewis. Choreographing and assisting Mr. Gutzman's directing will be the lovely and talented Sharon Rise.
The book and lyrics for this mad extravaganza have been written by Mr. Dale Gutzman, while the music is taken from beloved operetta and music hall favorites. Mr. Ernest Brusubardis, he of the talented fingers, serves as music director for the show, as well as arranging tunes from around the globe to support the players. The eye-popping set featuring the latest stereo-optican projections and hand decorated scenic marvels is being created by Mr. David Roper.
So what are you waiting for? Do you want to see a Chinese Opium soft-shoe? Do you want to witness a giant elephant made out of old luggage? Do you want to recoil from a locomotive breaking down an ominous wooden barrier, or a steamship being burned to bits even as it tries to reach Liverpool? Do you long to bask in the glory of Queen Victoria, live on our stage?
Get with it! Order your tickets today!
Those attending Part 1
on Oct. 20, 21 or 22
part 1 and part 2
China Gourmet, next door to our theatre, is offering a buffet dinner for $13.95 with a special treat if you show your ticket.
or phone the theatre at (414) 327-3552
with reserved seating
are only $110
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