The Light in the Piazza

Mainstage



Opening Date: 06/07/2013
Closing Date: 06/23/2013
Performance Times:

Fridays and Saturday at 8:00PM
Sundays at 2:00PM


Ticket Prices:

Reserved seating - $20Adult, $18Senior/Student

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Authors/Playwrights: Craig Lucas
Lyrics By: Adam Guettel
Music By: Adam Guettel

Show Description:

In this elegant story of courtship and of conflict of conscience, set in Tuscany in 1953, Clara, a young, childlike American woman, falls in love with a handsome Florentine, Fabrizio. Clara travels with her mother, middle-aged, middle-class Mrs. Johnson, who opposes the affair for reasons gradually revealed as the story unfolds. Torn between protecting her vulnerable daughter and allowing her the chance for happiness, Mrs. Johnson lovingly navigates her internal conflict. Adam Guettel, grandson of Richard Rodgers, gives us convincingly ordinary characters who find extraordinary self-expression in song. Infusing the tired old woes and wonders of midlife disenchantment and autumnal romance with fresh shadow and light, The Light in the Piazza celebrates young love with sumptuous melodies and richly intelligent lyrics.



Directed by: Tom Martini
Cast:

Margaret Johnson - Erin Kishpaugh
Clara - Melissa McKamie
Signor Naccarelli - Joe Rodriguez
Signora Naccarelli - Elena Chalcraft
Fabrizio Naccarelli - Faisal Sheikh
Giuseppe - Jason Barrameda
Franca - Christine Paccillo
Priest/ensemble - Christopher "CJ" Carter
Ensemble - Jillian Wagner
Ensemble - Jenne Carey
Ensemble - Michaela Jenkins
Ensemble - Jessica Zorn
Ensemble - Kelly Maizenaski
Ensemble - Dylan Coker


Crew:

Producer - Joe Buz
Director - Tom Martini
Musical Director - Timothy Walton
Stage Manager - Jack Tomy
Assistant Director - Alison Bethea
Accompanist - Joe Leskey
Choreographer - Liat Perelman
Set Designer - Ashley Cusack
Costume Designer - Sue Darling Hawley
Dialect Coach - Andre Baldasserini
Prop Master -Christina Buz

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