heart led them to Broadway, despite their lack of talent, will be performed at William
Woods University this month.
Iowa barn to Broadway, where their inept acrobatics and tone-deaf caterwauling
continually sold out, bringing them fame—and a barrage of rotten cabbages.
Revisited” by Dan O’Brien, with music by Michael Friedman, at 7:30 p.m. April
25-27, with a matinee performance at 2 p.m. April 28 in Cutlip Auditorium of
the McNutt Campus Center.
Davidson of Roseau, Minn., as Addie; Bailey Campanini of Camdenton, Mo., as
Lizzie; Melissa Williams of St. Louis, Mo., as Ella; Kayla Pulliam of
Bloomington, Ill., as Jessie; and TJ Green of Brandon, Miss., as Pops.
feature shadow interpreters— interpreters in costume, interacting with the
actors. Interpreters will be AJ
Housewright of St. Louis, Mo.; Sharon Mehl of Higginsville, Mo.; and Katherine
Wortmann of Mexico, Mo.
communication, will direct the play.
Alumnus Dustin Z. West will do the scene and lighting design, while Jane
Friedman will do the costume design. The stage manager is Katharine Carney, a
sophomore from St. Peters, Mo.
April 15. Prices are $6 for children (6 -12); $8 for students, faculty and
staff; and $10 for senior citizens ages 62 and up; and $12 for adults.
box office in McNutt Campus Center 1-5 p.m. Monday through Friday at
573-592-4267 or email@example.com. Tickets are also available online
at www.Showtix4u.com (credit/debit card only).
A cast performs “The Cherry Sisters Revisited” in
another theatre. The play will be
performed at William Woods University April 25-28.
A photo of the original Cherry Sisters