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Julie Andrews’ The Great American Mousical at Legacy Theatre Announces Casting 


 

Performances July 11-28 at The Legacy Theatre in Branford, CT are currently sold-out, but audience hopefuls can join a waiting list 

 


BRANFORD, CT July 3, 2024 – The Legacy Theatre continues their 2024 Mainstage Season with The Great American Mousical directed by Julie Andrews. The production is set to run July 11-28, with performances Thursdays at 7pm, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2pm, and Sundays at 2pm, with additional performances on Saturday, July 13 and Saturday, July 27 at 8pm, and Thursday July 18 and Thursday, July 25 at 2pm. Tickets for the run are currently sold out, but audience hopefuls are welcome to join the waiting list by calling the Box Office at (203) 315-1901. 


Filled with singing, dancing, and show biz lore, The Great American Mousical is a sharp and witty tribute to life in the theatre that celebrates those two glorious words: musical comedy! Below the bright lights of Broadway, in the depths of the historic Sovereign Theatre, an acting troupe of mice rehearses their new musical. When the theatre is threatened by demolition and their diva Adelaide disappears, it will take all paws on deck to fulfill the time-honored tradition: the show must go on! 


The production is set to feature Kelley Alejos (Swing), David Beach (Henry), Thomas Beebe (Hysterium), Will Nash Broyles (Swing), Michelle E. Carter (Rose), Chelsea Dacey (Ensemble), Hayden Elefante (Pippin), David Garrison (Emile/Fausto), Jackson Glenn (Ensemble), Megan Hasse (Toby), Stephen C. Kallas (Curly), Julia Lennon (Wendy), Angeleia Ordoñez (Ping), Josiah Rowe (Harold), Anne Runolfsson (Adelaide), Zach Williams (Sky/Scud). Carter serves as the dance captain for the production under choreographer Christopher Gattelli and associate choreographer Jim Cooney. Andrews’ team also includes Stefanie Anarumo as associate director, Cameron Moncur as music director, Anna Louizos as scenic designer, Jimmy Johansmeyer as costume designer, Michael Gottlieb as lighting designer, Adam Jackson as sound designer, and Colleen Callahan as props designer. The Great American Mousical features music by Zina Goldrich, lyrics by Marcy Heisler, and book by Hunter Bell, and is based on the book by Julie and Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton. 


The Great American Mousical is sponsored by OR&L Construction with generous support from The Rodriguez Family, and Legacy Theatre’s 2024 Mainstage Season is sponsored by Atlas Healthcare. The Legacy Theatre is located in the village of Stony Creek in Branford, CT, at 128 Thimble Islands Road. The Legacy Theatre is committed to providing live theatre and related programming that is accessible to the widest possible audience. Full accessibility and accommodations details can be found on Legacy’s website or by calling the Box Office. 



For more information on upcoming productions, classes, community events, and sponsorship and partner opportunities, please email Kiersten@LegacyTheatreCT.org. 

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