Photo Flash: First Look at Aurora Theatre's MEN WITH MONEY

Full of dreams, schemes and lavish musical numbers, Men With Money will Raise the Curtain for a world premiere at Aurora Theatre from March 7-April 7! The romantic romp, set in an imagined 1950's Manhattan in which being gay is culturally accepted, follows three young bachelors looking to marry their way from rags to riches. Two gay and one straight, the men might just have what it takes to pull off the gig! Adult and teen audiences will enjoy this old-fashioned, brand-new musical in Aurora Theatre's Peach State Federal Credit Union Signature Series!

"Part of what makes Men With Money such a great show is its timely and inspirational storyline," says Director Justin Anderson. "Inspired by classic Broadway shows, Men With Money encourages people to be themselves, to chase after what they want no matter the hurdles and to learn how to listen to their heart. The show will be sure to leave audiences laughing, singing and dancing all the way home!"

Men With Money tells the tale of Louis, Max and Sonny who set out to make their wild dreams come true - marry their way from rags to riches. How many hurdles will they have to leap as they race towards love and happiness? The possibilities are endless in the gleaming, fabulous and mighty Big Apple! This world premiere production is a must-see, filled with hilarious moments and brilliant musical numbers.

With book and lyrics by Bill Nelson, music and additional lyrics by Joseph Trefler and direction by Justin Anderson, Men With Money stars Sean Doherty as Louis, Marcello Audino as Max and Kenny Tran as Sonny for the leading roles. Other members of the all-star cast include Daniel Wisniewski as Hot Dog, Adrianna Trachell as Thursday, Brian Robinson as Tycoon, Jimi Kocina as Frenchy, Cecil Washington Jr. as Marvatech and Candy McLellan as Mugsten. The song and dance are brought to life with musical direction by Ann-Carol Pence and choreography by Ricardo Aponte.

Men With Money will play at Aurora Theatre March 7-April 7, with discount matinees on Tuesday, March 19 and 26 at 10 a.m. Tickets are currently on sale; single ticket prices start at $30 and may be purchased online at or by calling the Box Office at 678-226-6222. For more information on this production or other programming, please visit

Photo Credit: Casey Gardner and Chris Bartelski

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