We extend our sincere thanks to the more than 50 auditioners for their time and efforts. Thanks are also due to to the staff for keeping things humming along over two exciting nights of auditions, and to the cast/crew of Into the Woods for sharing the space. Here is the cast of our 2013 Summer Studio Show, Romeo & Juliet:
Lady Capulet – Trish Ambrosio
Romeo – Garrett Ard
Sampson – Eric Faler
Rosaline – Emma Gotter
Paris – Phoenix Heart
Friar Laurence – Jim Hill
Friend to Juliet/Street Performer – Katie Kanturek
Police Officer/Street Performer – Emily Karnick
Fortune Teller – Jessica Keith
Capulet – Rod Kelly
Nurse – Kathy Martin
Gloria – Katheryn Pucillo
Peter/Police Officer/Street Performer – Ish Rios
Balthasar – Dan Stromquist
Mercutio – Andrew Trygstad
Abraham – John Trygstad
Montague – Tom Viskocil
Mayor – Sharon Voss
Tybalt – Eric Waddick
Young Montague – Jake Walker
William – Danny Weber
Benvolia – Lynda Wellhausen
Juliet – Nikki Wilson
Lady Montague – Leah Rae Witt
Performances of Romeo & Juliet will be June 28 at 8pm, June 29 at 8pm, June 30 at 3pm, July 5 at 8pm, July 6 at 8pm, and July 7 at 3pm at Playhouse 111, 111 N. Hale Street in downtown Wheaton. Tickets are $10 each. Seating is General Admission. Show contains mature themes and stage combat.
Wheaton Drama closes the 2012-2013 season with Into the Woods, performed May 17 through June 9. The 2013-2014 season includes Lend Me a Tenor, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, And Then There Were None (Ten Little Indians), Steel Magnolias, and The Music Man. Additional shows include Broadway Gems: Musicals You Might Have Missed – musical cabaret (2013 Summer Fundraiser) and It’s A Wonderful Life – Radio Show (2013 Holiday Fundraiser).
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Cast list updated 6/2/13.
Wheaton Drama announces upcoming shows and directors!
Romeo & Juliet (2013 Summer Studio Show). Performances June 28-30, July 5-7. Directed by Jeni Dees. Tickets: $10 General Admission.
Broadway Gems: Musicals You Might Have Missed musical cabaret (2013 Summer Fundraiser). Performances: August 9-11. Directed by Lisa Schmela. $10 General Admission
Lend Me A Tenor by Ken Ludwig. Performances: September 13 – October 6. Auditions: July 28-29. Directed by Jim Liesz. $13 Thursdays/$16 Fridays-Sundays.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Webber/Rice. Performances: November 8 – December 8. Auditions: September 15-16. Directed by Anthony Berg. $18 Thursday/$21 Fridays-Sundays.
It’s A Wonderful Life – Radio Play (2013 Winter Fundraiser). Performances: December 12-15. Directed by Sean Ogren. $10 General Admission.
And Then There Were None (aka Ten Little Indians) by Agatha Christie. Performances: January 24 – February 16, 2014. Auditions: November 10-11. Directed by Randall W. Knott. $13 Thursdays/$16 Fridays-Sundays.
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling. Performances: March 21 – April 13, 2014. Auditions: January 26-27. Directed by Lisa Dawn Foertsch. $13 Thursdays/$16 Fridays-Sundays.
The Music Man by Meredith Wilson. Performances: May 23 – June 15, 2014. Auditions: March 23-24. Directed by Craig Gustafson. $18 Thursdays/$21 Fridays-Sundays.
Unless otherwise noted, performances are at 8pm Thursdays-Saturdays and 3pm Sundays. Tickets available at this website.
Wheaton Drama Membership renewals are due September 18, 2013.
Please download the below form and submit with your renewal payment to Membership Chair Amy Johnson by 9/18. Thank you!
Juggling, dancing, showcasing stage combat from the upcoming studio show, and playing musical instruments were just some of the activities Wheaton Drama members participated in during the Taste of Wheaton the first Saturday in June. The cast and crew of this summer’s studio show, Romeo & Juliet, entertained audiences and handed out show materials. Here are Steven Merkel’s photos from the day.
Performances of Romeo & Juliet are June 28 at 8pm, June 29 at 8pm, June 30 at 3pm, July 5 at 8pm, July 6 at 8pm, and July 7 at 3pm at Playhouse 111. Tickets are $10 each. Seating is General Admission. This show contains mature themes and stage combat.
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