Runway Theatre Announces Cast/Crew For SHE LOVES ME

Runway Theatre Announces Cast/Crew For SHE LOVES MERunway Theatre is proud to announce an incredible cast and creative team for the season opening production, She Loves Me! Featuring talented stage veterans from our local theatrical community, the cast and crew are already at work on the production which opens September 28th and runs for four weekends. Tickets for She Loves Me go on sale September 1st

This Tony Award-winning show follows the story of two employees in Hungary during the 1930s. Georg Nowack is a senior clerk at a perfumery and a bachelor who finds himself in love with an anonymous pen pal. Unbeknownst to him, his pen pal is none other than Ms. Amalia Balash, an enthusiastic if not unreliable new clerk in his store. While their in-person work relationship teeters between unpleasant and hostile, their romantic relationship unfolds behind the mask of lonely hearts letters, with neither character realizing it is the other with whom they are corresponding. Book by Joe Masteroff, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, Music by Jerry Bock - Rated PG.

Cast:

Arpad: D. Aaron Bryant
Maraczek: Tom McWhorter
Ladislov Sipos: Evan Faris
Ilona Ritter: Kathryn Taylor Rose
Georg Nowack: Evan Ramos
Steven Kodaly: George Phillips
Amalia Balash: Madison Williams
Waiter: Byron Holder Keller/Ensemble: David Plybon
Busboy/Ensemble: Robert Silva
Ensemble: Haley White, Melissa Feldman, Andrew Beckman, Frances Hackley, Danna Rushing

Creative:

Director: Jenny Tucker
Musical Director: Kelly Schaaf
Choreographer: Amy Cave
Assistant Director: July Carter
Stage Manager: Elaine Plybon
Lighting/Sound Designs: Branson White
Costume Design: Nathan Scott, Sarah Lacy
Properties Design: Elaine Pluton
Set Design: Jenny Tucker
Assistant to the Director: Alex Cassens

The End of the Runway Players (ERP) was created in 1983 when a small group of individuals with a variety of backgrounds, but a common goal, established a community theatre in Grapevine, Texas. They mounted their first full season in 1985 and the next year the ERP became a nonprofit organization, establishing the Runway Theatre in its first permanent home on Dooley Street. Eleven years later the theatre was destroyed in a tragic fire. With the community's support, Runway rebuilt nearby and have since produced hundreds of plays and musicals, recently celebrating its 35th season.

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