Thursday-Saturday evenings 7:30 p.m.
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The Fine Arts Center’s restaurant, Amuzé at the FAC, is serving dinner on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, the perfect complement to a night of theatre.
Cory Moosman (Max) and Mark Lively (Leo) will star as the two Broadway producers. Moosman, who directed both Beauty and the Beast and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, was last seen on the FAC stage in last spring's Sweeney Todd. He also starred in FAC productions, The Full Monty, Fuddy Meers and Little Shop of Horrors.
Lively is performing in his first FAC production. A Musical Theatre graduate from the University of Northern Colorado, Lively's credits include John in John & Jen, Mark in Rent, and Eddie in Blood Brothers. In 2007, Lively was nominated for a Denver Post Ovation Award “Best Actor in a Musical” for his work in John & Jen.
The cast features Brantley Scott Haines (Franz Liebkind), Michael Gold (Roger DeBris), Sammy Gleason (Carmen Ghia), and Alannah Moore (Ulla).
Steve Emily makes his FAC directorial debut. He's the co-founder of Springs Ensemble Theatre in Colorado Springs, where he has been seen in Talk Radio and Glengarry Glen Ross. Emily earned the “Best Actor” award in 2010 from the Pikes Peak Arts Council for his work in Talk Radio and the Star Bar production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
The rest of the creative team includes Mary Ripper Baker (Choreographer), who will recreate the Broadway choreography for this show; Nicole Harrison (Costume Design), Breton Parks Christopherson (Sound Design), and Jessica Rose and Brantley Scott Haines (Properties Masters). The production stage manager is Dorothy Heedt.
This is a Mel Brooks production and, as such, is an equal opportunity offender, containing adult language
Watch Video from The Producers