Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
Based on the Novel by Patrick Dennis and the Play AUNTIE MAME by Lawrence and Lee
Original Choreography by Onna White
Original Direction by Gene Saks
Produced for the New York Stage by Fryer, Carr & Harris
is presented by arrangement with
TAMS-WITMARK MUSIC LIBRARY, INC.
560 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York 10022
Directors: Seth McClintock & David Shook
Music Director: Rachel Chase
Choreographer: Mindy Moritz
Stage Manager: Nehemiah Campbell
Thursday, November 1st - 7:30 PM (Doors open at 7 PM)
Friday, November 2nd - 7:30 PM (Doors open at 7 PM)
Saturday, November 3rd - 5:59 PM *Benefit Reception until 7 PM (Special pricing applies|see below)
$15 per seat for seating in row 3 or higher Standard seating is available for all performances
$18 per seat for seating in rows 1&2 Premium seating is available for all performances
$35 per ticket on Saturday, November 3rd which includes a pre-show reception.
This event is for our named Not-for-profit organization, CASA. Information is listed below.
A Special Thank You!
Patrick L. Cooke and Irwin Herrero
Pallet Rack Cheap - Jill and Chuck Mabie
Country Club Bank
Mame's Closest Friends - Even the ones she hasn't met yet!
(Thank you for your generous donation)
|Mame Dennis||Stasha Case|
|Patrick Dennis, age 8||Drew Squire|
|Patrick Dennis, age 19||Alec Bridges|
|Vera Charles||Annette Cook|
|Agnes Gooch||Elaina Smith|
|M. LIndsay Woolsey*||Bill Bergman|
|Luigi/Junior Babcock||Hunter Hawkins|
|Dwight Babcock||Rod Chapin|
|Beauregard Jackson Picket Burnside/Mr. Upson*||James Azeltine
|Gloria Upson*||Valerie Knott|
|Cousin Fan/Featured Dancer/Moon Number*||Tracy Fox|
|Pegeen Ryan/Dance Teacher/Moon Number*||Rachel Reese|
|Peter Dennis/Elevator Boy/Understudy Patrick||Noah Bridges|
|Dance Couple #1-Male||TBD|
|Dance Couple #1-Female||Madison Bragg|
|Dance Couple #2-Male||TBD|
|Dance Couple #2-Female||Zoe Marie Lepper|
|Swing/Artist - Male||Ryan Stevens|
|Swing/Moon Number*||Vanessa Harper|
|Swing/Moon Number*||Kathleen Marx|
SPECIAL BENEFIT PERFORMANCE
(BENEFITINGJACKSON COUNTY CASA)
You, along with many of my closest acquaintances are invited to a reception at 3 Beekman Place, Saturday, November 3rd. My eclectic group of friends will be celebrating with champagne toasts & Bee's Knees gin cocktails (straight from the bathtub-don’t tell a soul), along with some tasty hors-d'oeuvres whipped up by my creative culinary expert, Luigi. Just tell them at the door, Mame sent you.
Don’t be late, the party starts at 5:59 pm, all for $35, you won’t want to miss a minute of the fun.
Your ticket includes a special donation to an organization I’ve been supporting now for several years, Jackson County CASA. It’s a “thank you” you can give life when you live life all the way. Also included is Premium seating which is bound to make you want to dance your shoes off along with a couple of delicious toddies, simply because “It’s today!”. I’ve tuned the grand up, called the cops out and we’re striking the band up so join us!
1- Premium Ticket ($18 value) with first choice seating (1st TWO rows) upon arrival (between the hours of 5:59 - 7 PM)
2-Beverage Tickets for either "4 oz. Spirited" or Non-"Spirited" Beverages (Valid only during BENEFIT reception hour)
Passed hors-d'oeuvres specialties
A donation to Mame's favorite organization, Jackson County CASA
Our featured benefactor for this production is:
Jackson County CASA was founded by the Kansas City chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women to ensure that abused and neglected children in our metropolitan area are given a voice in Court. We have two goals: (1) to secure a safe, permanent home for the child; and, (2) to advocate for appropriate medical, educational, and therapeutic resources while the child is under Court jurisdiction.
CASA’s children are exposed to substance abuse, criminal behavior, violence, unstable housing arrangements, poor support systems, inconsistent health care, and the presence of mental health issues. Most CASA children live in temporary placement facilities, foster homes, with relatives, or in treatment facilities. More than 68% of the children we serve are minorities. Nearly all are indigent.
Since 1983, Jackson County CASA has been providing effective guardian ad litem services to these children by recruiting, training, and supporting CASA Volunteer Advocates. Working as a team with our CASA Case Supervisors and CASA Staff Attorneys, our heroic CASA volunteers help these children navigate the maze of the child welfare and Family Court systems and work to find them a safe, permanent home.