BWW Review: LEADER OF THE PACK Zooms Into Downriver Actors Guild

BWW Review: LEADER OF THE PACK Zooms Into Downriver Actors Guild

The Downriver Actors Guild will be taking a step back in time when the tunes were "Outta Site" and "Going Steady" was a teenager's biggest concern. It's the 60's, and Leader of the Pack is sure to please. Leader of the pack celebrates the life and times of Ellie Greenwich, and her doo wop sounds that skyrocketed to the top of the 60's music charts. This high-spirited show sponsored by Biker Bob's Harley Davidson of Taylor will take you down memory lane with some of the sixties most popular hits including, Chapel of Love," "Da Do Ron Ron," "Be My Baby," "Hanky Panky," Do Wah Diddy," "And Then He Kissed Me" and, of course, the title song "Leader of the Pack." Some of the most talented young adults in the downriver area will grace the stage to bring this story to life.

Directed by Lucinda Chavez, of Allen Park, musical direction by Kyle Harwood of Novi and choreographed by Kayla Aue of Novi, this directing dream team could not be more pleased with the cast and the show, Chavez says that "this is a show for all ages, it has a great message, and moves quickly to capture everyone, not just those that grew up in that era, audiences of all ages will recognize these catchy tunes."

Talented cast include Mishana Green of Ypsilanti as Darlene Love; Kayla Nagy of Taylor as Annie Golden, Ashley Gatesy of Westland as Young Ellie Greenwich, Meg Berger of Huntington Woods as older Ellie, Josh Lisiecki of Wixom as Jeff Barry, and David McDonald of Taylor as Gus Sharkey. Other cast members include Jami Krause, Ella Ray, and Austin Charlebois of Wyandotte, Jenna Gadille of South Rockwood, Kelly Klug, David McDonald, Jessalyn Sturm, and Jacob Partrich of Taylor, Kayla Chavez, and Emily Braun of Allen Park, Joshua Primeau, Brianne Rainey, and Nathan Vasquez oF Brownstown. Matt Mayes of Trenton, Dinah Tutein of Rockwood, Sarah Cagle of Dearborn Heights, and Alex Rosen of Lincoln Park.

The show runs weekends from July 29th through August 7th at The Catherine A. Daly Theatre on the Avenue at 2656 Biddle in Wyandotte. shows begin at 7:30pm on Friday and Saturday and 3pm on Sunday. Tickets can be purchased on line at or by calling 734-407-7020

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