Music by Elton John
Lyrics by Tim Rice
Book by Linda Woolverton and
Robert Falls & David Henry Hwang
Originally Directed on Broadway by Robert Falls
Originally Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions

June 20 - July 7, 2007

Director ~ Jack von Behren
Music Director ~ Carol Wilcox Schein
Producer ~ Mort Butler
Set Design ~ Donna Stafford
Choreographer ~ Erin Rainwater & Britt Richardson
Properties ~ Eveyn Frey and Gennie Frey
Stage Manager ~ Joan Beard
Costume Design ~ Lyn Feinson
Lighting ~ Michael Lay & Kyle Stetson
Sound ~ Courtney DeRienzo
Assistant Stage Manager ~ Olivia DeRienzo

The timeless story of forbidden romance and political intrigue...
with some new twists and an eclectic rock score.

The show opens in the present day, in an Egyptian exhibit at a modern museum. A man and a woman begin to move toward a mystical burial chamber as if they have seen it somewhere before. Their eyes meet as the model of a woman-Pharaoh comes to life and sings “Every Story is a Love Story.

We flash back thousands of years, as Egyptian soldiers celebrate their courage in the song “Fortune Favors the Brave”. Other soldiers enter with four native captives, including Aida, the daughter of the Nubian King. Aida snatches a sword to challenge the soldiers. Their captain, Radames, does not know that she is a princess, but he recognizes something special in her. Aida contemplates her homeland in the song “The Past is Another Land.”

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  • Aida ~ Amanda Brooklyn
    Amneris ~ Renee Myers
    Radames ~ Dirk Rodricks
    Mereb ~ Josh Slade
    Zoser ~ Stephen Whiteley
    Nehebka ~ Meredith Watson
    Pharaoh ~ Robert Brody
    Amonasro ~ John Springer-Miller
  • Members of the Egyptian court and Nubian slaves include Albert Allen, Ian Anderson, Chelsea Brooklyn, Anne Cameron, John DeRienzo, Max DeRienzo, Kaitlyn Dougherty, Anna Harissis, Lyndall Heyer, Melissa LaPorte, Erin O'Brien, Benjamin Sampson, Drew Springer-Miller, Ryan Springer-Miller, John Springer-Miller, Carol VanDyke and Lia VanDyke

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