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"A warm day in the deep South. A robust matron, and her companions, gather in the parlor to calm a delicate young woman. Enter a MAN, and their passions rise to the surface... Tennessee Williams? No, RADIO GALS!"(Playbill.com)

Current, Upcoming and Recent Productions of RADIO GALS: updated Aug. 30, 2017

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purpleba.gif - 924 BytesLCHS Blackbox Theatre, Lloydminster Comprehensive High School, Lloydminster, Alberta, Canada 12/12/2017 -- 12/17/2017
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Chesnut Fine Arts Center, Olathe, KS -- MAY 10 - JUNE 24, 2018
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Sterling Community Theatre, Hutchinson, KS. On Jan-12-15 & 21, & April 22-23, 2017. Featuring Chelsey Juenemann, Piper Harding, Terri Torres, Amy Brownlee, Seth Svaty, Glen Grunwald and Larry Brownlee.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes The Schoolhouse Company, Orange City, IA Aug. 1, 2016 & Aug. 12 at Te Peske Theatre in Sioux Center -- featuring Susan Veltkamp, Joseph Slegers, Katherine Pauls, Anna Karen Pauls, Lois Estell, Erica Davis and Kelsey Reitsma. FMI
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Redlands Footlighters, Redlands, CA. Directed by Mia Mercado. Feb.6-28, 2016 Nice audio preview spot with director Mia Mercado and "Hazel Hunt" (Cathy DeBrule) on KVCR's David Fleming Show. Review in the San Bernardino County Sun
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Chico Theater Company, Chico, CA -- June 6-28, 2015. Directed by Joey Mahoney and featuring Drenia Acosta as Hazel Hunt, Leslie Amani as Gladys Fritts, Christi Harrington as America, Alicia Stolp as Rennebelle, Don Eggert & Rick Anderson as the Swindle Sisters, & Marc Edson as O.B. Abbott. Under the direction of Joshua Hegg, the band includes Michael Bone on drums, Matthew Weiner the fiddle, Gavin Fitzgerals plays upright bass, with Hegg on piano. Assistant director is Wendy Boswell, costumer Jacqui Cooley, props are by Krisjan McDaniel, plus JD Amaral and Dustin Kane. This production is a "return engagement" -- the Chico company also did RADIO GALS back in 2004! production profile
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Venice Theatre, Venice, FL. Encore performance! February 7--March 2, 2014
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Border Line Theater, Kiowa, Kansas. Oct.27--Nov.3, 2013.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Out of Pocket Productions, Rochester, NY. October 11-20, 2013. Directed by Amanda Lobaugh and featuring Deb Tompkins, Jane Fondiller, Bob Osgood, Rochelle Pray, Robin Morris-Gaylord, Charles Palella and Albert Young. (cast photo at the right)
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Cape Playhouse, Dennis, MA. Directed by Pam Hunt, featuring Mary Stout, Guy Strobel, Mike Craver, Joy Franz, Katrina Yaukey, Jessica Tyler Wright, and Michael Brian Dunn. August 2013
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Town and Gown Theatre, Stillwater, OK. This is a reprise production, directed by Jeri Seefeldt, musical direction by Cody Whittenburg -- featuring Linda Thrasher, Vance Clack, Leigh Murray, Shannon DeYong, Valerie Thrasher, Debbie Sutton, Lynette Erwin, Ginger Thomas and Billy McCollom. Show dates are June 5-9 and 12-16, 2013. FMI
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesLanesboro Community Theatre, Lanesboro, MN July 19-28, 2013. Directed by Rita Dalzell, and featuring Sandy Webb, Bonnie Hulsing, Barbara Benson Keith, Kay Wold, Beth Hennessy, Val Tindall, and Kevin Hoeltzle. (cast photo left, by bkeithdesigns)
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Artistic Civic Theatre, Dalton, GA. Jan 18-26, 2013. Directed by Rick Martin and featuring Jessica Brinkley, Ward Satterfield, Lori Etheridge, Spencer McCraven, Tanner Blackton, Jeri Dunn, Susan Hill, Jack Hitchens, Mark Orr and Jim Todd. Performances are scheduled for Jan. 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26 at 8 p.m., and Jan. 20 at 2 p.m., at the ACT Playhouse on Gaston Street. Tickets can be purchased by calling the ACT box office at (706) 278-4796.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesMesquite Community Theatre, Mesquite, NV. Presented by the Virgin Valley Theatre Group. Directed by Larry LeMieux and featuring Sarah Mulloy, Brian Wursten, Felicia Smith, Janet McDonald, Ava LeMieux, Claudia Nichols, and Teri Nehrens. Music is provided by Felicia Smith, Rita Hermie, Doris Points, Robin Smith, Mike Lister and Lawrence Mulloy, and Cathy Petrus. Sept. 2012 - profile in MESQUITE LOCAL NEWS
review and video from THE MESQUITE CITIZEN
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Redbud Theatre, at the Camp Kimtu Cookhouse, Willow Creek, CA -- in beautiful Humboldt County!-- May 2012. Directed by Wendy Curns.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesHolly Theatre, Dahlonega, GA. March/April 2012.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Guymon Community Theatre, Guymon, OK. March 2012. Featuring Leah Hillman, Lisa Schmitt, Olivia Darcy, Caitlyn Christie, Sharon Brockman, LaRie Hillman, and William Heath. Directed by Karen Heath, music direction by Esther Evins.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Georgetown Community Theatre, Georgetown, KY. Feb. 2012.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Venice Theatre, Venice, FL. Nov. 2011. Directed by Allan Kollar Musical Direction by Michelle Kasanofsky. Featuring Dawn Carpenter, Kim Kollar, Rebecca Phippard, Bobbi Eschenbach, David Brown, Cathy Noeth, and Michelle Kasanofsky. YouTube trailer.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesRedlands Theatre Festival -- July-Aug, 2011. Prospect Park Amphitheater, Redlands, CA.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Blue Ridge Dinner Theatre, Ferrum, VA. June 2011, featuring Jody D. Brown, Emily Rose Tucker, Nate Buursma, Kayla Kennedy, Rachel K. Blankenship, Bussy Gower, Susanna Allen, Mary Allison, Richard Jordan Estose, and Ruth Trochim. Review in FRANKLIN NEWS-POST
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Snowmass Chapel, Snowmass Village, CO. Feb. 2011. Directed by Wendy Moore and featuring Nina Gabianelli, Maureen Jackson, Mike Monroney, Lori Andrews, Dory Light, Tom Paxton, and Paul Dankers.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Artists Ensemble Theatre, Rockford, IL. July 2-11, 2010. Encore run. "Better than a triple-decker ice cream cone with a cherry on top, this show is a dose of the kind of ecstasy we all need: pure joy. And that's great theater, folks!" ---ROCKFORD REGISTER STAR (prod. photo below)
Interesting review and profile of Artist's Ensemble from the Sock Monkey. Keep reading -- it gets better!

purpleba.gif - 924 BytesFrost Productions -- Androy Hotel, Hibbing, MN. March 3-14. Featuring Bobbi Sajevic, Susan Michaels, John Michaels, Beth Sajevic, Iris Kolodji, Cory Kolodji, Chris Snyder, and Diana Giombetti. Directed by Rosy Frost Kirk.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Grace College, Winona Lake, IN. April 16-24. Directed by Mike Yocum. In the Little Theatre of Philathea Hall, Grace College campus. FMI: 574-372-5100 x6113 or email yocumm1@grace.edu
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes King's Mountain Little Theatre, JOY PERFORMANCE CENTER, 202 Railroad Ave., Kings Mountain, NC 28016 -- February 26--March 6.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Northland Community & Technical College, Thief River Falls, MN. Sept. 2009. Featuring Regina Goodhall, Diane Drake, Tyson Panek, Vanessa Martell, Mandi Rodahl, Linda Samuelson and Amelia Schmitz. FMI
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Meadowbrook Players, Fort Worth, TX. Aug. 2009. FMI
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Minnewaska Showstoppers, Glenwood, MN, July 2009. Featuring Luan Johnsrud, Anna Jessup, Monica Heller, Mindi Jorgenson, Scott Banta, Mark Halvorson, Curt Bredeson. Directed by Tim Lang, musical direction by Shari Opdahl. Diane Hanse is the Pianist.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Alfred Community Theatre, Alfred, NY, July 2009. Featuring Steve Crandall, Peter O'Connor, Linda Staiger, Amanda Snyder, Mary Hoffman, Jewel Buckwalter, Craig Mix, Pat Gaughan, Jim Porter, and Tamika Gorsky. Directed by Brooke Harris, music director Laurel Buckwalter.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesOhnward Fine Arts Center, Maquoketa, IA. Directed by Laurie Helmers and featuring Pam Crawford. July 2009.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesBacklot Players, in the historic Rose Theatre, on the square in Forsyth, GA. April-May 2009.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesArtists' Ensemble Theatre, Rockford, IL. May 2009. Directed by Richard Raether, and featuring Patte Armato Lund, Margaret Raether, Jodi Lynn Beach, Carolyn Cadigan, Rachel Handlin, Tim Anderson, and Stephen F. Vrtol III. Choreography by Casiena Rather, set design by Steve Burnside, and costumes by Carm Cavallaro Rongere. Artists' Ensemble is a new Equity theater in northern Illinois. AET performs in residence at Rockford College. (above photo of "Edna Jones The Elephant Girl" is from the AE's production.)
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesAlton Little Theatre, Alton, IL. Directed by Kevin Frakes, musical direction by Alison Neace. Featuring Paula Malone, Linda Ferguson, Ron Tanner, Julia Bellitto, Jean Heil, Ian Hardin, Lief Anderson, Carol Griffith and Ken Link. May 2009. At the 11th annual "Best Performance Awards", honoring and celebrating the talents in Community Theater in the Metro St. Louis Area, Alton Little Theater received nine nominations for performances and took home top honors for Ian Thomas Hardin as Actor in a Comedic Role and Allison Neace for Best Achievement in Musical Direction. Both Awardees came from ALT's popular production of RADIO GALS.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesChestnut Fine Arts Center, Olathe, KS. Feb./March, 2009. Directed by Brad Zimmerman and featuring Directed by Brad Zimmerman, featuring Jeannette Bonjour, Christina Brewer, Stasha Case, Curt Crespino, Vicky DeLaughder, Pam Haskin and Licia Watson. (photo right)
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesShowcase Productions @ Trinity-St. Stephen's United Church, Amherst, Nova Scotia. Produced by Carol and Ed MacKay. Directed by Linda Chapman and featuring Beth Weatherbee, Freda Sears, Julie Tune, Catherine March, Debbie Ryan, Janice Melanson, Ardie Eaton and Tony McArthur. March, 2009.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Clague Playhouse, Westlake, Ohio. Directed by Bernice Bolek, Musical Director Jayne Kacik. Featuring Paige Reich, Barbara Brown, Nicole Lublin, Jenifer Warren, Eloise Elikofer, Peter Toomey and Jayne Kacik. Nov--Dec. 2008
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesBrevard Little Theatre, Brevard, NC. August, 2008. Morrison Playhouse, Paul Porter Center for the Performing Arts, Brevard College. Directed by Al Edick. Produced by Maureen Edick, Musical Direction: Patti Black. Choreography by Christen Pangel. Featuring Cheryl Walkup, Rebecca Gill, Emilia Thompson, Kathy Kitahata, Marvin Barg, Bob Stacy, Richard Seiler, and Jim Phillips. Musicians include Patti Black, Diana Zerby, and David Fox.review. BLT's production of RADIO GALS also won Annual Theatre awards for Best Play, and also for Cheryl Walkup, Dick Seiler and Rebecca Gill.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Impromptu Players, Deridder, LA. October 2008.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Raleigh Little Theatre, Raleigh, North Carolina. Directed by Haskell Fitz-Simons and featuring Jo Brown, Susan Burcham, Katherine Hennenlotter, Rose Martin, Greg Dixon, Brent Wilson, and Don Smith. June 2008. --fmi--
"The songs in Radio Gals are pitch-perfect little nuggets of Americana, lovingly crafted to sound like long ago, delivered here with full fidelity by folks who care enough to do them justice." ---INDEPENDENT WEEKLY full review

purpleba.gif - 924 BytesCutter Theatre, Metalline Falls, Washington. July--Aug, 2008. Directed by Jeanne Law.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Red Barn Theatre, "Home of the Hardscrabble Players", Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Summer 2008
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Mighty Richland Players, Orangeville, IL. April 2008. Featuring Lori Grinnell, Kimberly Haynes, Heidi Spotts-Manthey, Gwenn Fischer, Jean Adler, Paula Fulton, and John Buford. Bonnie Heckman Foust directed, A.J. Adams did sound and lights. Kevin Sullivan was assistant director.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesSt. Croix Valley Summer Theatre, University of Wisconsin at River Ralls. Directed by Rosy Kirk, choreographed and costumed by Denise Baker. With Sarah Parks, Jeanne Voigt, Chelsea Gartner, Carolyn Strauss, Justin DeLong, Jon Stiff, and Paul McMillan. Michael Norman, Managing Director. Davis Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, July, 2007.(photo by Jens Gurelson)
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesFlatwoods Productions, Flatwoods, PA. July 2007. Directed by Ernie Watson, featuring Laurie Watson and Rob Ross.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesSavannah Community Theatre. May/June 2007. Directed by Tom Coleman and featuring Kim Albright Shabi, Suzanne Cone, Mickey Dodge, Sandra Nix, Nicole Koplik, Mark Rand and Grace Diaz Tootle. review in Connect Savannah
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Royal Theatre Productions, Archer City, TX. Summer, 2007. The Royal Theatre was made famous by the 1971 Academy Award winning film, "The Last Picture Show," based on the novel by Archer City's own Larry McMurtry.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Cactus Theatre, Lubbock, TX. Throughout June 2007. Featuring Jane Prince Jones, Camille Powe, Cami Caldwell, Chris Bohannon, Van Chapman, David Guidice, Glenda Kitten, Dena Sautter, Andi Kitten, Madeline Powell, Blaire Elbert, Tatum Lowe, & Bailee Barrett. Musicians include Marilyn Arland, Toby Caldwell, Billy McClaran,and Terri Caldwell.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Denton Community Theatre, Denton, TX. August, 2007.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesRialto Community Players, Rialto, CA. April - May, 2007. Directed by Diana Combs, featuring Mary Carruthers, Gail Walker, Sam Nisbett, Lorraine Jorgenson, Bob Fraley, Beverly Crowe, Joey Mercado and Karen Sendt. This is an encore production to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the RCT.review
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesOff 380 Players, Bridgeport, TX. Directed by Craig Wills, musical direction by Carol Reynolds. Featuring Donna Sims, Ruth Kimbrough, Judi Conger, Carolyn Prestidge, Stan Baker and Jerry St. John. Choreography by Nicole Ingram. Russell Blanton, Hank Reynolds, Andrea Burton and Carol Reynolds provide musical accompaniment. Feb., 2007. "Why are all those people grinning? They've been to see Radio Gals, Off 380 Players first musical production. Opening weekend drew record attendance for the community theater group's staging of the tale of Hazel Hunt and the Hazelnuts and their search for a clear channel." -- wcmessesnger.com
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytesrgcct.jpg - 33299 BytesCalifornia Conservatory Theatre, San Leandro, CA. September 14--Oct. 8, 2006. Directed by Michael Ryken, and featuring Linda Piccone, Diana Torres Koss, Tania Johnson, Suzanne Ochs, Michael O'Dell (who also musical directs), Mark Enea, and Brian Couch. (Koss, Johnson and Couch pictured right).
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesHedgerow Theatre, Media, PA. Return engagement of Hedgerow's production of RADIO GALS. January 4-28, 2007. Directed by Penelope Reed, Hulaweb.jpg - 22277 Bytesfeaturing Susan Wefel, Marilien Modendorff, Gabrielle Enriquez, Daniel Frost, Maggie Flynn, Helen Clark, Micki Sharpe, and Newton Buchanan (pictured at left).
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesGranbury Opera House, Granbury, TX. Sept. 2006
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesTheatre Lac Brome, Knowlton, Quebec. Directed by Corey Castle. July 6 --Aug 26, 2006.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Open Air Theatre, Washington Crossing State Park, Titusville, NJ -- Aug. 17-26, 2006. Hedgerow Theatre's production moves to the Open Air. Runs through Aug. 26. 609-737-1826. review from TIME OFF, Princeton.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesWest T. Hill Community Theatre, 117 Larrimore Lane, Danville, Ky. July, 2006.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesHedgerow Theatre, Media, PA. Directed by Penny Reed and featuring Micki Sharpe, Susan Wefel, Gabrielle Enriques, Marilien Mogendorff, Newton Buchanan, Helen Clark, Pam Monaco and Daniel Frost. Costumes by Cathie Miglionico, lights by Jared Reed, sets by Zoran Kovcic Summer 2006.
purpleba.gif - 924 Byteswhidbey.jpg - 11520 BytesWhidbey Playhouse, Oak Harbor, WA. Directed by Sandy O'Brien, and featuring Marilyn Pinquoch, Gaye Litka, Jim Harker, Dulcey White, Sue Riney, Robert Sneed, Allen Young, Pat Stengel Felger, Jennifer Weaver, Melanya Materne & Karis Mills. June 2-24th, 2006.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesBay Tree Council for the Performing Arts, Red Bay, AL. April, 2006.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Showboat Majestic, Cincinnati, OH. April 19-May 7, 2006. "The Majestic, a National Historic landmark built in 1923 and now docked on the Ohio River, is America's last original intact showboat."
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesMurray's Dinner Theatre, Little Rock, AR. March 21-April 23, 2006
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesWetumpka Depot Players Wetumpka, AL. July 21-Aug 6, 2005. Directed by Kristy Meanor, and featuring Lavera Brown, Terry Brown, Nina Frankle, JJ Martin, Cindy Veazey, Sally Blackwell, and Mary Jim Kelley. Musical Direction by Marilyn Swears.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesTheatre of Gadsden, Gadsden, Alabama. July 7-10, 2005. Directed by Red Yates. "All performances at the historic Ritz Theatre on Wall Street in Alabama City." fmi: (256) 547-SHOW -- pictured at right: center Scarlett Yates, 2d row Jason Bozeman, 3d row Traci Howard, Mary Nell Bozeman, Amy Bennett, back row Zane Smith, Rick Gwin
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesThe Green Room Community Theatre, Newton, NC -- May 20-29th, 2005
RGmoonlight.jpg - 23287 Bytes purpleba.gif - 924 BytesMoonlight Stage, January 27-Feb 20, 2005, Vista, CA. Directed and choreographed by Bonnie and Don Ward, with musical direction by Don LeMaster, featuring Gail Wolford-Beall, Cheryl Swem, Daniel Doerfler, Dagmar Fields, John Nettles, Bettina Warren, and Marci Anne Wuebben.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesSpotlight Theatre, Bakersfield, CA. With the original cast of the Spotlight Theatre's 2000 production rejoining director Cathy Henry, who writes: "When I was offered the chance to direct Proof this season, I had already decided I wanted to suggest Radio Gals again instead and had contacted the same cast to see if they were interested. They were and the owner/producer was interested and we open September 17 for eight performances through October 2." Featuring Lee Carson, Therese Muller, Jennifer Fritsche, Brenda Baldwin, Bob Anderson, Jim Page, and Mike Bensusen, with musical direction by Greg Lapp.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesTheatre at the Mount, Gardner, MA, Oct. 8-17, 2004. Directed by Craig Cormier, Music Directed by David Twiss, Choreographed by Sandie Couture. Featuring Pattie Pichette, Jennifer Williams, Elizabeth Ann Hughes, Debbie Moylan, Scott Hebert, David Twiss and David Baer
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesCamden Area Players, St. Marys, GA. Oct. 2004.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesBarn Swallow Theatre, Cassopolis, MI. Aug. 2004 - with Cheryl Steele, Larry Kling, Janet Pietrzak, Aanika Jaggi, James Jones, Barbara Croci, Jan Merrill, Tony Leininger, and Melinda Parks
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes The Barn Playhouse, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Aug. 25-29, 2004. "The Barn Playhouse is a community theatre. For twelve years now we have produced shows that celebrate rural life, farming and family."
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesLe Petit Theatre de Terrebonne, Houma, LA
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesIngersoll Dinner Theater, Des Moines, IA, June 4 through July 17, 2004. fmi:515-274-4686
asheville.jpg - 26717 Bytes purpleba.gif - 924 BytesAsheville Community Theatre, Asheville, NC. April 16-May 2, 2004. Directed by Bill Gregg, musical direction DeWitt Tipton. (pictured at left, l-r: Liz Aiello, Pem Price-Medlin, Bradshaw Call, Celeste Burnum and Laura Michaels. Photo by Bill Sanders)
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesChico Theatre Company, Chico, CA thru May 8th. Featuring Drema Acosta, Pam Thornton, Linda Burchett, Grace Johnston, Crystal Cook, Brian Holderman, and Andrew Burchett. Directed by Brian Holderman.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesRuskin High School, Kansas City, MO. Produced in November 2003 and featuring Staci Hall, Ashkea Murrell, Jamie Sanders, Stephanie Cleave, Melissa Gigol, Angelique Hilsinger, and Kevin Linn.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesPacific High School, Pacific, Missouri. January 16-18th, 2004
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesThe Harper Joy Theatre, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA, featuring Alden Ford, Florinda Larkin, Nathan LeRud, Max Reichlin, Teri Swartz, Libby Winters, and Laura Worley.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Redbud Theatre, Texas Woman's University Theatre Department, Denton campus. Featuring Brista Hurst, Dennis Sloan, Maranda Mang Camille Thompson Jennifer Ehrhart, Les Huey, & Joe Pinson. Directed by Dr. Tony Medlin, Ruth Engel assistant director. Designers included Jerry Dawson, Mary Lou Hoyle, Kari Schouveller, & Stefanie Glenn.
brochure.jpg - 29001 Bytes purpleba.gif - 924 BytesGrand Theatre, Salt Lake City, UT. Directed by Klea Blackhurst and featuring Winnifred Tedesco Horman, Rebecca Hemple, Amy May, Nola Campbell, Barbara TerraNova and Ron Ljunber.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesAmelia Community Theatre, Fernandino Beach, FL. Directed by Alan & Tullye Ralph, Jennifer Altman, Stage Manager. Featuring Karen Antworth, Lexi Alvarez, Grace Lipman, Stacy Kilgore, Don Keith, Mike Hendrix, and Tullye Ralph.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Johnson County Community College Department of Theatre, Overland Park, KS directed by Brad Zimmerman. This was the third production of the show in the Kansas City area. Zimmerman had directed the show at Chestnut Fine Arts Center. "RADIO GALS is one my favorite shows," Zimmerman said. "It has good music, a good script and a lot of nonsense. The characters are colorful and bigger than life."
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesAmerican Heartland Theatre, Kansas City, Missouri. Directed by Paul Hough, musical direction by Anthony Edwards. Featuring Debra Bluford, JoCatherine Payne, Stephanie Schweitzer, Lori Blalock, Anthony Edwards, Steve Lenhert, and Dean Vivian. KANSAS CITY INFOZINE review by Frank Siraguso
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesPort Hope Theatre Festival, Peterborough, Ontario
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesAcademy Theatre, Lindsay, Ontario
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesPort Polson Players, at the John Dowdall Theatre, Polson, Montana.
"We had a wonderful time with "Radio Gals." It was our biggest seller of the season. -- Neal Lewing, PPPlayers
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesCentennial High School, Roswell, GA
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesLake City Playhouse, Coeur D'Alene, ID
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesMinnewaska Area High School, Glenwood, MN
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesCorinth Theatre-Arts, Corinth, MS
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesPine Hills Lodge Dinner Theatre, Julian, CA -- brochure at right>
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesSouthern Appalachian Repertory Theatre, Mars Hill, NC. Directed by Pem Price Medlin, and featuring Liz Aiello, David Barbour, Celeste Burnham, Bradshaw Call, Pam Crowhurst, Bruce Lang, Laura Michaels, Rebecca Phippard, Pat Snoyer and Guy Strobel. Set design by Ed Zuckerman. "A splendid production!" -- ASHEVILLE CITIZEN-TIMES.
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytes Uxbridge Musical Theatre, Uxbridge, Ontario. Directed by Conrad Boyce, featuring Ann Gage, Karen Jess, Rita Gould, Alida Wesselo, Sabrina Roberts, Liz Auston, David Cardinal, and Conrad Boyce as O.B. Tamara Saringer will once again be on the piano, with the Silver Birch Band (a four-person "pit" playing the "WGAL Radio Orchestra").
purpleba.gif - 924 Bytesrgbunbury.gif - 26779 BytesBunbury Theatre, Louisville, KY. Juergen K. Tossmann, Artistic Director. (playbill pictured at left)
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesJacksonville Theatre Guild, Jacksonville, IL. With Bobbie Gooden, Mary Mullgardt, Dorothy "Dodi" Raines, Lindsey Erickson-Ninmer, Eric A. Thomas, Brian Novak and Derry D. Dalby. Directed by George Brizendine, music directors: Stephanie Smith-Jarrett and Ann Marie Britton.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesClague Playhouse, Westlake, OH. Directed by Don Squires.
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesCommunity Council of the Arts, Kinston, NC. Directed by Lyndon Fuller, featuring Shanda Smith, Valerie Cox, Amanda Jackson, Anne Johnson, Amanda Chastain, and John Paul Andrews.
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purpleba.gif - 924 BytesPeninsula Players, Fish Creek, Wisconsin, featuring Sharon Carlson, Greg Vinkler, Tammy Bednash, Kelly Cronin, Regina Leslie, Jerry Post and Fred Tessler. Directed by Shawn Stengel. "RADIO GALS captures a bygone era." -- GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE. (Pictured at right: Kelly Cronin and Greg Vinkler)
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesWindsor Theatre Festival, Windsor, Ontario
purpleba.gif - 924 BytesCape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, featuring Dody Goodman, with Klea Blackhurst, Mike Craver, Joy Franz, Bill Kocis, Emily Mikesell & Guy Strobel. Directed by Pam Hunt, musical direction by Emily Mikesell. "RADIO GALS salutes the core American value of individual initiative. And while it has fun with the absurd side of earlier styles of popular entertainment, it also cherishes their enduring value, and that is not an exercise in nostalgia." ---THE BOSTON GLOBE

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