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Mamma Mia! 7/08 - 8/26
Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson and some songs with Stig Anderson

Book by Catherine Johnson

Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street

July 8 - August 26

The international smash hit comes to Nantucket. Featuring the music of pop superstars ABBA, Mamma Mia! follows soon-to-wed Sophie desperately trying to track down her father by asking three men of her mother’s past to return to the magical Greece island where they met. Nominated for five Tony Awards (including Best Musical and Best Book of A Musical), the whole family will fall in love with this irresistible musical.

“Perhaps the single most ecstatic musical to open on Broadway since A Chorus Line. Mamma Mia! leaves you uplifted, enraptured and feeling like a number one!” — Entertainment Weekly

Direction and Choreography by Justin Cerne

Musical Direction by Jesse Beulke

The Cast (in alphabetical order)

Timothy Booth, Jack Bulger, Addie Doyle, Andrew Flynn, Chad W. Fornwalt, Sarah Fraunfelder, Jenny Gifford, David Glenwright, Jennifer Hemphill, Johannah Johnson,  Pam Murphy, Jack Plozay, Joshua Clifton Powell,  John Michael Rezes, Jon Rose, Nicole Sartor, Pete Sendelbach, Charles Stoop, Libby Veilleux, Paige Winn, Roxy York

Mamma Mia! is made possible by the generous support of Bob Wright in association with Charles and Jane Forman, Jim and Mary Bennett and Judy Seinfeld

Children under the age of 5 will not be permitted.

Run Time 2 Hrs 30 Min; includes 15 Min Intermission

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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 9/06 - 9/30
Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street

Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Starring 4-time Daytime Emmy Award winner Kim Zimmer and 2-time Daytime Emmy Award nominee Robert Newman (also known to fans the world over as Reva and Josh on The Guiding Light)

Direction by Dan Foster

Featuring Olivia Howell and Grant Tambellini

Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street

LIMITED ENGAGEMENT  - September 6-September 30

Winner of the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is a searing, intimate look at the decaying corpse of Martha and George’s long dead marriage. Young couple Honey and Nick get caught in the crossfire at a dinner party that quickly turns twisted. A signature Albee work, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is a hallmark of American theatre. "…a scorching, scalding, revealing and completely engrossing drama." — Women's Wear Daily

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is made possible in part by the generous support of Jill and Stephen Karp, Max N. Berry and Pamela Thomas in association with Jane Condon and Ken Bartells & Cary and Elaine Schwartz.

Warning: This program contains coarse language and contains material parents may find unsuitable for children. For mature audiences only.

Run Time 3 Hours; two includes 10 Min Intermissions

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Amy Stiller in Just Trust 9/11 - 9/19
Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street

Stiller is an actress and comedienne. She has been seen in both film and television, most notably on Inside Amy Schumer, Bored to Death, King of Queens, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and The Cable Guy among others. She has performed in regional theatre and Off-Broadway, credits include I Ought to Be in Pictures, Beau Jest, The Heidi Chronicles, and Down the Garden Paths, written by her late mother, Anne Meara. She also has starred on the Theatre Workshop of Nantucket stage in Born Yesterday and Fully Committed, among others. She is published in two books: No Kidding: Women Writers on Bypassing Parenthood (edited by Henriette Mantel) and Dirty Laundry: Real Life, Real Stories, Real Funny (edited by Maggie Rowe and Andersen Gabrych). When she isn’t making Jerry Stiller laugh in his living room on the Upper West Side, this is what she has been doing...

“Stiller aims for something a bit deeper, more intense and realistic…Stiller convincingly becomes her characters, whether she’s portraying a shallow motivational speaker…a self-absorbed matron… or an anxious insecure Jane Fonda creating a video for actors on how to audition”—The New York Post

September 11-13, 18-19

Run Time: 90 minutes

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The Sound of Music 11/17 - 12/10
Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street

Music by Richard Rodgers and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse

Direction by Justin Cerne

Musical Direction by Jillian Zack

Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street

November 17 - December 3

One of the most popular musicals of all time, the Tony and Academy Award winning The Sound of Music is Broadway legends Rodgers and Hammerstein’s last collaboration. When Maria leaves the  strict convent to become the governess for the Von Trapp family, she has no idea that meeting Captain Von Trapp and his seven children will change all of their lives forever. Featuring some of the most beloved songs of all time, “The Sound of Music,” “My Favorite Things,” “Edelweiss,” “Do-Re-Mi,” and “Climb Ev’ry Mountain,” The Sound of Music is holiday magic for the whole family.

"It's not just the perfect compatibility of music and lyrics that makes audiences flock unremittingly to The Sound of Music. The show can jerk tears from even the driest of eyes. And if that isn't enough, there's the opportunity for a gaggle of children to mesmerise with their talents and charisma. It's a near- perfect recipe.” — Peter Brown, London Theatre

The Sound of Music  is made possible by the generous support of The Livingston Family Fund in association with Gary and Carole Beller. 

Run Time 2 Hrs 45 Min; includes 15 Min Intermission

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