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At the Schneider Theater...

The Music Man

October 14 - November 5, 2017

Book, Lyrics, and Music by Meredith Willson.

Directed by Angela Timbermann

Music Director: Anita Ruth
Choreographer: Michael Gruber
Featuring Michael Gruber as Harold Hill

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“ . . . warmth, uplift and virtually faultless construction. Here is both popular art and a model of musical theater craft.” (Alvin Klein, NY Times)

A well-woven story of redemption set against a backdrop as American as apple pie makes The Music Man an indisputable classic. Fast-talking con-man Harold Hill creates fanfare in River City, Iowa, when he convinces the town’s parents to pony up for uniforms, instruments, and more for a children’s band he’s going to lead. But there’s one catch: he knows next to nothing about music. Planning to make a speedy departure with money-in-hand before River City gets to the bottom of his plot, Harold is waylaid by an unexpected connection with the town’s young librarian. With a sweeping, unforgettable score, The Music Man asks all of us what we’d be willing to stick around and fight for.


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Harold Hill – Michael Gruber*
Marian Paroo – Jennifer Eckes
Mayor Shinn – Fred Mackaman
Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn – Wendy Short-Hays
Marcellus Washburn – France Roberts
Amarylis – Catie Bair
Mrs. Paroo – Lolly Foy
Winthrop Paroo – Liam Beck O'Sullivan/Brody Nielsen
Zaneeta Shinn – Maddy LaRoche
Gracie Shinn – Madeline Sundheim
Tommy Djilas – Michael Hasenmueller
Charlie Cowell – Paul Reyburn
Ewart Dunlop – Joe McLaughlin
Maud Dunlop – Becca Hart
Oliver Hix – Christian LaBissoniere
Alma Hix – Lauren Drasler
Jacey Squires – Andrew Newman
Mrs Squires – Corey de Danann
Olin Britt – C. Ryan Shipley
Ethel Toffelmeier – Deidre Cochran
Conductor/Constable Locke – Marty Swaden
Salesman/Ensemble – Ryan Halliday
Salesman/Ensemble – Matt Nielsen
Salesman/Ensemble – Lars Nisswandt
Salesman/Ensemble – Benjamin Rubenstein
Salesman/Ensemble – Anthony Sofie
Ensemble – Josh Bagley
Ensemble – Dorian Brooke
Ensemble – Arie Cohen
Ensemble – Vivian Hays
Ensemble – Jillian Jacobson
Ensemble – Elly Stahlke

*appears courtesy of Actor's Equity Association


Performance Calendar and Ticket Availability

sold out 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.

Exclusive Content

An in-depth interview with star and choreographer Michael Gruber.

A sneak-peek at the show with some rehearsal footage.

SPECIAL PRICING:

We are pleased to offer a ticketed preview of The Music Man on Friday, October 13 and a Pay What You Can performance on Monday, October 23. Next Generations 30-and-Under tickets are $12 for any performance.

Ticket Info

Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Box Office Phone: 952-563-8575

Adults: $41
Seniors (62+): $36
Next Generations (30 and Under): $12
($3 off Adult & Senior tickets for Wednesday/Thursday performances)

Ticketed Preview: $12
Pay What You Can : Up to you!

Next Generations Theater Access: Available to all patrons 30 and Under, more information can be found about this pilot program here.

Ticketed Preview (Friday, October 13, 7:30 p.m.): 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 $12 and will go on sale with all single tickets on May 8. You may purchase them online, by phone, or in person at our box office.

Pay What You Can (Monday, October 23, 7:30 PM): 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.