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Patrick Ryan Sullivan to Be Part of Creede Rep Season

Creede Repertory Theater's 2007 summer season will feature a number of New York theatre veterans.

Patrick Ryan Sullivan, best known as "Gaston" in Beauty and the Beast and "Julian Marsh" in 42nd Street, displays his versatility will star as "Officer Lockstock" in Urinetown, "Henry Higgins" in Pygmalion, and "Richard" in Edward Albee's Everything in the Garden. 

Nagle Jackson, the author and director of The Utter Glory of Morrisey Hall, starring Celeste Holm, will direct Edward Albee's Everything in the Garden. Mark Hunter, from the original cast of Stop The World I Want To Get Off starring Anthony Newley, will direct a new production of Urinetown, the Musical. Allison McLemore, having just finished an Off-Broadway run at the Mint Theatre in The Madras House, is slated to portray "Eliza Doolittle" in Shaw's Pygmalion. On the technical side, Managing Director Tristan Wilson has done design, production management, and technical direction for numerous Broadway and regional plays.

Rounding out the season are Leading Ladies by Ken Ludwig, To Fool The Eye by Jeffrey Hatcher, Lullabye Bay by Jeff Carey, and Bad Dates by Theresa Rebeck.

The Creede Repertory Theater is located at 124 N Main St in Creede, CO.  Call 719-658-2540 or visit www.creederep.org for more information.

Photo by Linda Lenzi



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