Theatre at Saint Peter's Church

Todays Date: 12/06/19
Last Update: 03/06/10 04:37:22 PM

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Yank!  | Open: 02/16/10 Close: 04/04/10

Set during World War II, Yank! chronicles the relationship between two servicemen long before “Don’t-ask-don’t-tell” was part of the national discussion.  With a lively score inspired by the pop sounds of the 1940’s, Yank! captures the spirit and exuberance of the era as it explores questions of prejudice, courage and survival. 

Featuring music by Joseph Zellnik and book and lyrics by David Zellnik, Yank! also features music direction by John Baxindine, choreography by Jeffry Denman, set design by Ray Klausen, costume design by Tricia Barsamian and lighting design by Ken Lapham

Yank! is co-produced by Maren Berthelsen, Pamela Koslow, Stuart Wilk, Matt Schicker, Hugh Hayes, Jim Kierstead, Sondra Healy and Shidan Majidi. 

Directed by Igor Goldin, the production features a cast that includes Nancy Anderson (Wonderful Town, A Class Act), Jeffry Denman (White Christmas, The Producers), Ivan Hernandez (Romantic Poetry, The Fantastics) and Bobby Steggert (Ragtime, 110 in the Shade).  Andrew Durand (Spring Awakening), Zak Edwards (Encores! No No Nanette), Todd Faulkner (PBS’ “Wordscape”), Denis Lambert (A Chorus Line), Joseph Medeiros (Guys and Dolls, Grease), David Perlman (Calvin Berger at Barrington Stage), Christopher Ruth (Happy Days at Paper Mill/Goodspeed) and Tally Sessions (South Pacific).

Out Of Orbit  | Open: 05/10/07 Close: 05/13/07
From the minds of two former Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey circus clowns, comes Out of Orbit, a clown show featuring acrobatics, contortion, and, of course, physical comedy. As a meteor careens towards the Earth, an outcast astronomer and his handyman sidekick are the only ones that can stop it. Join them as they blast off on a mission of fanciful flying machines, comic cosmic catastrophe and an oddly attractive alien.

It's fun for all ages, so bring your family and friends.