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At the Schneider Theater...

July 21 - August 19, 2018

DIRECTED BY Angela Timberman

MUSIC DIRECTOR Anita Ruth
CHOREOGRAPHER
Heidi Spesard-Noble
MUSIC AND LYRICS BY
Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin
BOOK BY
Heather Hach
BASED ON THE NOVEL BY
Amanda Brown and the Metro Goldwyn-Mayer Motion Picture

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Don’t judge a blonde by her hair color. Whip-smart sorority sister Elle Woods blasts beyond expectations in this fast-paced, energetic musical based on the hit 2001 movie. After being left by her ambitious boyfriend, Warner, Southern California belle Elle decides to follow him all the way to Harvard Law School. Dead-set on the marriage proposal she thinks she wants, Elle stumbles upon something in Harvard’s halls she never thought she’d discover: her own potential. With a rollicking score that blends traditional musical theater with exuberant pop style, Legally Blonde is the most fun you’ll have in a theater all summer. 


Performance Calendar


Key for Calendar

A GREEN DOT indicates BEST AVAILABILITY. This means that the show has many excellent seats still open.

An ORANGE DOT indicates LIMITED AVAILABILITY. This means that most of the traditionally popular seats have already been taken, but you can still snag a spot for you and your family if you act fast!

A RED DOT indicates SOLD OUT, meaning there are no pairs of tickets left. Occasionally we still have a few (3-4) scattered single seats for these shows, so if you're willing to split up or you're flying solo, go ahead and check online.


CAST
Elle Woods - Angela Steele
Emmett Forrest - Benjamin Rubenstein
Professor Callahan - Paul R. Coate*
Warner Huntington III - Alec Leonard
Paulette Bonafonte - Mary Palazzolo
Brooke Wyndham - Dorian Brooke
Vivienne Kensington - Maggie Mae Sulentic
Margot - Caitlin Featherstone
Serena - Mari Holst**
Pilar - Brittany Marie Wilson
Enid Hoops - Katie O'Halloran
Kate/Chutney - Abigail Rose Sharp
Chad/Dewey/Kyle - Lars Nisswandt
Aaron Schultz/Ens. - Michael Conroy
Nikos/Ens. - Michael Terrell Brown
Judge/Store Manager/Ens. - Deidre Cochran
Elle's Mom/Ens. - Emily Thorkildson
Elle's Dad/Ens. - David Beukema
Leilani (u/s Elle) - Sarah DeYong
Delta Nu - Antonia Perez
Carlos/Padamadan/Ens. - Bryan Garcia
Ensemble - Zach Hays
Ensemble - Nicholas Ohren
Ensemble - Riley Parham
Delta Nu Swing - Elizabeth Cassidy

CREATIVE TEAM
Director
- Angela Timberman
Music Director - Anita Ruth
Choreographer - Heidi Spesard-Noble
Stage Manager - Lee Johnson
Assistant Stage Manger - Topaz Cooks
Scenic Designer - Joel Sass
Costume Designer - Ed Gleeman
Lighting Designer - Karin Olson
Sound Designer - Matt Bombich
Technical Director - Chris Carptenter
Charge Artist - Mary Montogomery
Wig Designer - Benjamin Tremmel
Assistant Music Director - Benjamin Rubenstein
Lead Stitcher - David Cottrell
Deck Crew - Joel Bronson, Christian LaBissoniere
Spot Operators - Wesley Cone, Paran Kashani, Kaeli Melin
A2 - Jose Rodriguez
Wardrobe Technician - Tracy Swenson

ORCHESTRA
Conductor - Anita Ruth
Reeds - Rich Goldman, Matt Krueger
Trumpet - Jeff Katz, Steve Wagner
Trombone - John England
Violin - Teresa Elliott
Synthesizer - Kate Brown, Tony Sofie, Jaclyn Schwartz
Guitar - Gavin Linnehan
Bass - Joan Griffith
Drums - Brian Glenn

* Member, AEA
** Dance Captain


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Ticket Info

ADULTS $43* / $46
SENIORS $41* / $43
NEXT GENERATIONS (30 and UNDER) $15

*Subscriber Discount: Become a subscriber, and gain access to this special single ticket price all year long!

Special Pricing

TICKETED PREVIEW (Friday, July 20, 7:30 p.m.): $15 The ticketed preview takes place one night before opening night, giving actors a chance to see how the show is working for the audience and to further hone their performances. Schneider Theater tickets cost $15 and will go on sale with all single tickets on May 14. You may purchase them online, by phone, or in person at our box office.

PAY WHAT YOU CAN (Monday, July 30, 7:30 p.m.): To help make the arts accessible for all, we offer a Pay What You Can Performance for every production. Audience members attending this performance can purchase tickets for any whole dollar amount they can afford.. Pay What You Can tickets will go on sale roughly six weeks before the show opens. You may purchase them online, by phone, or in person at our box office.

GROUP RATES Groups of 20 or more receive specially priced tickets. Please contact the Box Office for more information.

EXCHANGES All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Season ticket holders may exchange tickets for another performance of the same show (subject to availability). Please call the Box Office for more information.


The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.


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