STAGE TUBE: First Look at George Dvorsky, Mamie Parris and More in Highlights of SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is a love-struck comedy taking the Benedum stage tonight, June 11-16, 2013. Audiences are sure to be delighted by the antics of seven brothers and "wannabe" brides living under one roof in 19th century Oregon. Noted Broadway performers including Pittsburgh CLO alumni George Dvorsky and Mamie Parris will take the lead as Adam and Milly, along with an incredibly talented Pittsburgh CLO cast. BroadwayWorld has a first look at highlights of the show below!

When she said her vows, Milly didn't know life with Adam would include six rowdy brothers-in-law as roommates. Now, her plans to marry them off may backfire when the rambunctious bachelors kidnap rather than court their brides-to-be. Based on the MGM blockbuster film, this audience favorite is filled with daredevil dancing and features an exhilarating score including "Wonderful, Wonderful Day," "Love Never Goes Away" and "Sobbin' Women."

The cast also features: Keely Beirne (Ruth), Callan Bergmann (Gideon), Sarah Blodgett (Alice), Scott Brateng (Daniel), Jeff Howell (Mr. Bixby), Ashley Kasunich (Martha), David Paul Kidder (Ephraim), Isabelle McCalla (Sarah), Paul Palmer (Preacher), Jonalyn Saxer (Liza), Brian Steven Shaw (Caleb), Peter Matthew Smith (Mr. Perkins), Gavin Stewart (Frank), Alex Michael Stoll (Benjamin), and Andrea Weinzierl (Dorcas).

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is complete with a talented ensemble, including Jesse Carrey-Beaver, Max Clayton, Lucas Fedele, Mike Greer, Rodney Jackson and Connor McRory. They will be joined by two CLO Academy students, Lucia Williams and Halle Surgil.

The creative team features: Sha Newman (Director/Choreographer), Tom Helm (Music Director), and John McLain (Lighting Designer).

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is a musical based on the 1954 film of the same name, which was directed by Stanley Donen as an adaptation of the short story "Sobbin' Women" by Stephen Vincent Benet. Director Lawrence Kasha brought the story to the stage in a successful U.S. National Tour and then to Broadway for a brief run.

Tickets are available online at pittsburghCLO.org, by calling 412-456-6666 or at the Box Office at Theater Square. Groups of 10 or more enjoy exclusive discounts and specialty packages. Call our Group Sales Hotline at 412-325-1582 for more information. Visit pittsburghCLO.org for further information.

STAGE TUBE: First Look at George Dvorsky, Mamie Parris and More in Highlights of SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS
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