Photo Flash: Hale Centre Theatre Presents NO, NO NANETTE

Hale Centre Theatre in Gilbert presents No, No, Nanette, a delightful Broadway musical by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. The lighthearted romp transports us back in time to the roaring 1920's where we meet three couples in the midst of a blackmail scheme. We meet Tom who wants to marry Nanette, Jimmy who is secretly the financial benefactor to 3 single young ladies, unbeknown to his frugal wife, Sue. And finally Billy, who is tasked with cleaning up Jimmy's mess, helping Tom win over Nanette, and keeping his own wife, Lucille, from getting suspicious!

The famous songs Tea for Two, I Want to Be Happy and No, No, Nanette will tempt you to dance and sing along! The Broadway production opened in 1925 both on Broadway and in the West End, running 321 and 665 performances respectively.

Featured players in Hale's production of No, No, Nanette include Holly Payne in the role of Nanette. The talented Jacob Goodman will play the part of Tom Trainer, Nanette's beau. Acclaimed performers Dan Stroud and Sydney Davis play Jimmy and Sue Smith, Nanette's generous guardians. And leading the show as the hilarious and lovable Billy and Lucille Early are Hale Theatre alumni, Nathan Spector and Rochelle Barton. The cast is rounded out by comedic actress Kensey Peotter as Pauline and features a full talent-studded ensemble.

No, No, Nanette plays at Hale Centre Theatre through March 31st. Music directed by Elizabeth Spencer, with multi-ariZoni Award winner Cambrian James as director and choreographer.

Tickets are $32 for adults and $20 for youth ages 5-17. Obtain tickets by calling Hale's box office at 480-497-1181 or online at www.HaleTheatreArizona.com.

A gem of a theatre, Hale is located at 50 West Page Avenue in Gilbert's Heritage District, across the street from the Gilbert Water Tower Park. Several restaurants and ample free parking are located nearby.

No, No, Nanette is a toe tapping musical you won't want to miss. Be sure to catch the rest of Hale Theatre's 2017-2018 season. Life Could Be a Dream, a jukebox musical romp, will be performed on Mondays and Tuesdays through mid-April. The Importance of Being Earnest, the hilarious satire on Victorian manners by Oscar Wilde, appears from April 5th through May 12th. Big Fish, an entertaining big fish story set to music, plays next from mid-May through the end of June. Sister Act, the uproarious musical comedy about a disco queen who takes refuge in a convent, concludes Hale's 15th season. Sister Act plays at the Hale from July 6th through August 18th.

Photo Credit: Nick Woodward-Shaw

Photo Flash: Hale Centre Theatre Presents NO, NO NANETTE
The Cast of NO, NO NANETTE

Photo Flash: Hale Centre Theatre Presents NO, NO NANETTE
The Cast of NO, NO NANETTE

Photo Flash: Hale Centre Theatre Presents NO, NO NANETTE
The Cast of NO, NO NANETTE

Photo Flash: Hale Centre Theatre Presents NO, NO NANETTE
The Cast of NO, NO NANETTE

Photo Flash: Hale Centre Theatre Presents NO, NO NANETTE
The Cast of NO, NO NANETTE

Photo Flash: Hale Centre Theatre Presents NO, NO NANETTE
The Cast of NO, NO NANETTE

Photo Flash: Hale Centre Theatre Presents NO, NO NANETTE
The Cast of NO, NO NANETTE

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